The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 29, 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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Tells Fla. A&M Administration To"Hurry Up" White Recruiting .

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Of 70 StaffTALLAHASSEEFlorida Bishop'' ftMf Ends 94th Conference

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Agricultural and Mechanical 4
University, with Dr.Benjamin B

Perry, Jr., as president, has
been told In no uncommon EPISCOPAL PRIEST
terms by Investigators from
the Atlanta office of Health'' f
Education and Welfare that
its present Integrationprogram -
plan is not sufficientand

not fast enough. KILLED IN.CRASH
The famous school which,
for many years, has been
almost all-black, and has
fought for Its right to survival ** *
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must "do more than it rL. Father Harris'
'is In the oflnteration. o
doing" way -
{ That directive, from, Bishop Names Services Set'
the Investigators who are now Councilman Sees
looking Into the loopholes of Rev. Toston For'Cathedral: (
education in the Deep South, '
simply means that Florida The OIC Managerial Training Program, of which Dr.Leon Sullivan, of{Philadelphia, Is founder The Rev T, Vincent Harris,
A&M must recruit enroll and and director, is forging ahead rapidly and Is expertly preparing executives for training] ,Presiding Elder Vindication At rector of St. Gabriel Episco-
educate, more white students and for service in OIC locals and In those units which will be established in Africa and tf-, pal Church of Jacksonville,
According to Dr. Henry Fin- broad. This program is supported by the Wharton School of Finance and by Temple Univer ''Certatnly'among the'most enthusiastic for many years rector of St.
ley, vice president for administration sity. The executives, in the new class shown above, will undergo a three-month tralnlngper- : history-making Close Of TrialThe Phillips Episcopal Church
the civil rights lod and will receive instruction in seven areas related to OIC. In the picture above are: and of the African,' here, widely known cleric and
checkers found no fault with seated, from left: Rev. Paul Martin, Erie, Pa; Wesley Kirk, Oklahoma City; Alonzo Kit- annual sessions was the respected citizen,died at 8:58
the faculty proportion. About trels, Instructor; Dr.' Leon H. Sullivan and Dr. Lawrence D. Reddick. director Standing Methodist Episcopal Annual Sessionof created by the suspension of Councilman Oscar p.m. Tuesday following car-
one-third of the faculty is. from the left, are: Dr. Marian Z,Kldan, Ethiopia;George Ray, })?lladelphla; Lawrence ,Ninety-Fourth the East Florida Conference Taylor vacancy, Seventh District Councilman, will be the subject of Dis station wagon collslon on Soutel -
Boyd, 'Toledo; Jermon Carter, Philadelphia; Emmett J. Dennis, Omaha; tobert Booker, Drive ,
made up of whites. ; held at the Mt. Zion African trict-wide meeting Friday night at New Stanton Vocational
F AMtJ'. administrators have Knoxville: ; Joseph Gibson, Jacksonville, Herbert J. Coleman, Little Rock;GRobertSmith!! Methodist Episcopal Church, School. 1149 West 13th. At the time of the accident '
,Cinclnnate; Rev. Wrennie Morgan, Philadelphia; S.L. Tucker, Charleston, 'Va.;Rev.Gray
to "do recruiting Harris his
been told more Reverend G.N. A five-member committeehas Father was on way
with the Right "We're
also .J. Stokes* Rocky Mountain N.C.t Wilbur Carmen, New York; Jerome Green, Chicago; and going into the corn'munlty bedside
administer com
Dr. Finley to
set for
prelate. a public meeting
John A. Sabean Roanoke, Va. Not shown are Roscoe Hamby, Nashville and Alvin Holmes,' Collins as presiding to find what the people -
full-time white He
said that 25 Montgomery. --Photo by Jack Franklin. Among outstanding visitors of 8 p.m. This committee met want, to give them a chance munion to a parishioner.
students are in attendance. for '- died on arrival at Duval Medical -
the denomination were Bishop Monday aprelimlaarydiscusslon say who they want to represent -
This Is twice the total of last O.L. Sherman,presiding bishop them District 7 in- Center.
year. He continued "W e of Texas and Bishop F.1.. Councilwoman Mary Singleton clude parts of West Jackson- Father Harris news whose.
I IDelies'H"
have always, kept.,(fo. an open' _w kelnVeStiggatosCheckAreas' ..-..J fJh.J ,ttO .Jordan f"of the flY-! .ifqrnla,- ,dls-" .Q' .H..cha IJ1.II\\...Others' arCouncAwornan ': .,i lle, Me Coys Creek area, unexpected death spread.ta*
,door policy, but they (the investigators 'trlct.I Sallye Mathls, Uckawaima and Murray lull pldly, before coming to Jack-
) want us to go out Jump Bishop Collins is presiding Councilman Earl M. Johnson, .;At an enthusiastic meeting sonville pastored atst.Mary's
.and get white students." According bishop over this, the Eleventh Councilman Johnny Sanders Monday night at Apollo South Episcopal Church in Augusta,
to Dr. Flnley the bait Of Told By Medic Episcopal District, which em: It tias been assumed' that) a Councilman Taylor told bun- Ga., and at St. Luke's Eplscoipal
would possibly have tob$_ braces Florida and the Bahama Negro will be chosen. Recommended dreds of supporters that he': Church in Houston,Texas
scholarship money.He CANTON, Mitts:---The reflections Islands. and mentioned by 'was sure be would be vindi- The late minister cam.taSt. :
said that there is a repugnance Possible of a white mother in Rev.Charles E. Toston was: various Jaxons recently are cated by or before the end Phillips Episcopal in 1953 and :;
Bias .
on the part of white the Rebel State of Mississippimay host at the church, the Mt.,. Rev. R.V. Webster, pastor of of the Investigation which remained until 1964, when h. :
students to attending a black be said to be generally Zion A.M.E. Church, Newnan St. Stephen A.M.E. Church; has begun concerning his 'was appointed to St. Gabriel. :'
school. schools wlllhaveatleast30 Indicative of those thousandsof and Beaver, for the overflow Dr. W.W. Schell, GJEO executive guilt. Father Harris was born In :.
There has been no mentioning All presently predominantly-black whites in Mississippi,about congregations and for the eminent ; Charles Brooks, retired .. Councilman Taylor has been St. Mary's, Ga. He attended :
cent of their faculties staffed by white teachers by September -
of the phaselng-out the per DuvalCounty the new demon called'"Inte- visitors who came. high school,Principal; suspended pending the outcome Fort Valley Normal and Industrial :.
of 1970 accordingtolnformationreleasedfollowinga
institution.The 21. gratlon. Bishop 0. L. Sherman n Otis Speights, teacher; Dr. of the investigation. This I College, Johnson C. ::
School Board meeting Friday November .
investigators made nc This A reporter from an outstanding preached the conference ser 0. W. Mcintosh, physician; meeting Friday night has been Smith University the Bishop :
extension of
.suggestions will be an 10 1,800 teachers will be trained news service reports that mon Sunday morning Rev. Ernest Newman, D r. planned' in order that JaxonsIn Payne Theological Semi, ::
the to desegregate by (
Dr. Flnley again mentioned plan over three years. one white mother, once faced Several outstanding changeswere John Lewis, dentist Editor the district might participate nary ::
that FAMV has made more per cent this school year. At The 70-30() ratio ot school administration with sending her white off- announced by Bishop Freddie Brayboy and Frank In the choosing of a tern-, Survivors of the late rector ::
progress In integration than least 50 per cent, of the teach- will be worked out springs to school with Blacks Collins Williams, Jr. porary or permanent council 'are: Mrs.Edna Harris,widow; C

any other black ,.choolln the ers in the now white all-black the next by 1912. By 1910, according Developed a migraine headacheand ,.ttev-; Charles Toston, host Councilwoman__ : !.Singjetonsaid, Mrs Jessie V.Harris mother, :
southeast. He said he exPects schools will be to the Information released, bad to go to her doctor. ,pastor! is now :Presiding Elder Jacksonville; Mrs. Pearl Powell
a written report later year. there should by one white administrator This new affection appeared of the West Jacksonville Appointed man.Mayor Shows mother-In-law Milieu,
but anticipates no difficulties. Distribution of black teachers in predominantly after the United States Supreme District. Rev. T.E. Shehee, Ga.,
All of Florida's state universities in white schools will be uniform black schools where there are Court, on Octpber 29, former Presiding Elder of the And: Children Faye,teacherIn
are undergoing a Wendell Holmes, who' two administrators. The re-, of this year,told Sovereign East Jacksonville District,has Md. City How the Robert E. Lee High
routine check. State schools takes office as the newest verse applies for pre ml-, State of Mississippi, School been transferred to the pastor """."."I.. daughter; Sons: T.
in Mississippi, Georgia,and member of the !board in December nantly white schools. Superintendent D.C.McLaurin, ship of Mt. Zion A.M.E. To Keep Calm Ii

Alabama have been checked said he did not feel The superintendent said,that Governor John Bell Williams, Rev. R. King pastor of Payne o, .
for: Student admissions; the plan will satisfy< the court's It has been suggested that and a host of hopeful antago- Chapel, Melbourne, Is now I i :,!
Scholarships; Placement services ruling on m pitting dese- principals and persons assigned nists of equality of education, pastor of Payne Chapel ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Mayor \ ;'
and Assignment of gregation. He also felt major responsibility In the. .that Mississippi been"Too Appoints otherwise are as' Roger W. Moyer, returned to i ;.(1 "1\'
.rooms. the plan has failed in the desegregating area of discipline should be. low on the totem pole." follows: East Jacksonville office for a second term, has .
Paul of students. of the in student-:- This white mother In Canton with a ., .
According to RUling, trans- major race District: Rev. Y.B. Bruce, "OTIS l POLLARD,. been credited being
Civil Rights Director in Atlanta In-service training bodies 'maybe suffering the shocks Mt. Olive Jacksonville; Rev. major factor in the maintenance .
the checking should verify ferees is a must. Superin- The board recommended the, that others experienced, Thomas DeSue, St. Paul, St. Otis Pollard, shown above, of a cool atmosphere :
that all students are equ- tendent Cecil Hardesty spokeof continuance of the well-defined Mississippi has 29 districts Augustine; Rev. Levy Lennon, is now national promotion director within this Maryland town.
it "an enormously com-
ally treated. Compliance is as instructional vocational education programIn which have been slg-zagging, Mt. Zion Hastings;Rev.Mortis for RAB, subsidiary of Mayor Moyer chose as his Vincent Harris, Jr., student ;
emphasized with Title Six of plicated More pro-than. the Interest of black stu" playing elusive hopscotch and .Brown, Bethel, Ormond Mercury Record Corporation. greatest problem the raaln- at New Stanton High; Edward
the Civil Rights Act of 1964. mm to develop. .dents. The board report also crying to their national representatives -' Beach; Rev. S.E. Felder, St. Pollard, a veteran of 20 years tence of peace between the DeWltt, Savannah,Ga.,George
Investigators also check HEW Jacksonville Wac recorded that area boundaries to do something Luke, St. Augustine;Rev.A.L. In the music business,is highly races' It was with this in E., St. hry'., Ga., Shirley
violations, which violations have been drafted without'con- Esau, Hurst Chapel, St. Augustine esteemed Pollard once mind, then, that be walked C, Washington, ,D.C., R.W.
would be involved In employ- sideration of race. A white physician in Natchez ; Rev. Curtis Paris, worked for the late KlngCole. through the black sections, Harris, Albany, Ga., Calvin.C.
ment. has reported a sharp Increase Allen Chapel, Bayard; Rev. ,He has since been'associated shaking hands and conversing ., St. Mary's, Ga.
Civil Rights In birth control apparatus for Ernest Brounner, Mt. Mori- ,with outstanding musical or- with residents.As Sisters surviving are Mrs
white women. He said that, ah, Bunnell; Rev. Maucus ganizations.KenyaHa a result Annapolis excaped, Hazel Maugham Carter,Jacksonville -.
Black Party apparently the white mothers Burke, Mt. Plsgah, Federal maximum violence 0 Mrs. Jessie Bryant,.
Checking {Is don't intend to have any more Point; Rev. Ruby McFadden Although the mayoralty was St. Mary's, Ca. and Mrs.Lila '.
of their little ones rubbing elbows Mt. Morlah, Sun Beam; Rev. Gets Whites considered apart-time Job because -. Robinson Raleigh N.C. '
Not Sun By Routine TaskTALLAHASSEEFlve with the formerly-se B.C. Williams, Bell Chapel of the salary, the young Three aunts survive,namely:' .'
.gregated blacks. Circuit, East Palatka; Rev. teacher raised its importance Mrs. Frances Lyles, Mrs.
: pre There have been other repercussions Anthony Jackson, St. Mary, ,Fold J' About Prejudice and was at his desk whenever' Lillle S. Harris and Mrs Leo
Julia Bond dominantly-white colleges,all following the directive. Armstrong; Rev. V. Joseph possible. He spent consider Harris.Slstersinlawstirvivlngare. '.'
of national prominence, are Voters .of Jackson Sanchez Mt. Olive, East Pa- able time where people were ;
on a list for "routine"check have defeated a S7-mlllion latka. Rev. R.A. King is Pre ''NAIROBI Kenya-PresMent engaged in activities He Mrs 'Ernestine Harris, Mrs
TALLAHASSEEau1faa tips investigators from the bond issue White school officials siding Elder. Jomo Kenyatta, told ral played ping pon with the Lillian Harris and Mrs.Aileen "
United States Office of Civil feel that this foretells District youngsters and appeared frequently .
Bond, a Georgia State representative West Jacksonville : ly here Monday that the Afri- Harris.
Rights' regional office in At- the.Implementation of huge at gatherings He bu Brothers-in-law
in attendance at !the Rev. E. Jones, New Bethel can is "boss" in Independent survivingare
black elected officials confabIn lanta. network of private schools. Jacksonville: ; Rev FW.Jones, Kenya. even sat In on the drums In a : Lewis W. Carter and Dr.
Tallahassee Thursday and Florida A&",predominantly- Governor John J.McKelthan, New St. James, Jacksonville; The veteran fighter reminded rock-and-roll performance. Prezell Robinson president of
Friday November 14 and 15, black, received visits an a* Louisiana, Is said to have , said that the time has not come' MISS TERLELA WASHINGTON checking on November 12 and added fat to the fire by saying 'Jacksonville; Rev. Ulysses refusal to this pattern community theater groups and The funeral will be held at
when a black man will,be elected Miss Tends Mae Washington 13. -.' that his state may not approve Clark,St. Luke,Alachua;Rev. .will lead! to accept their ,even appeared on stage 10 a.m. Saturday at St. John's
to a major political above, daughter of Mrs. Mae, Dr. Hugh Brimm, acting dl- more school bonds. Along Nathaniel Jones, Mt. Tabor 'He said disrespect deportation.for Kenyans + The city now has its first 'Cathedral. The Right Reverend -
office'in the South. Etta Mazyck, 812 West First'street rector of the Atlanta office: with that announcement baa and Grant Chapel, Lake City;' will swimming pool. .More than Bishop Hamilton West will
by foreigners
o Bond said that there will be Jacksonville completed -. emphasized that these checkups -> been the setting up of school Rev. W.R. KilllngsSt.James, the to takeactlcn.cause' 400 units of public housing officiate during a candidate for the presidency recently 10 weeks of are In order wittt Important plan' by the white Baptist: Lake Butler; Rev W.M.T. government have been built. The t'Jght,Venerable Arch-
within the decade ahead. How- basic training at the Recruit matters of education and churches, the organizing of; Merritt, Allen Chapel, Mac Mayor Moyer is popular with deacon James Taylor will officiate -
ever, be said, he will not be Training Command for Women are, not based on or the results -' a system of private schools Clenny; Rev George E.Young, Alachua Students the black population.The at the graveside
at the Naval Training Center of for Adams. -aDCUhe of the chief Interment for
that candidate legislator complaints : County, Mt. PisgahStarkeRer.Davld; salary executive Father Harris
said that the strength of tII, la Balnbridge, Md. She Announcement was:jnade of pledging of large sums of Mathis, Allen Chapel Jacksonville ProtestGAlNESVILLEAlachua Is now $12,000.Teachers( ). will be in the Oak Grove Ce-
black man will He in his get tog Into political. offices at' review held on NWem- State University at t Tallahassee federates.." Chapel, Starke; Rev James : Holmes-West Funeral HomeIs
all levels. ber 14. The local Wave, Monday and Tuesday of Public school attendance, Gllyard, Mt. Zion, Lawtey; County School Supt. WjS. Tal- In charge of arrangements
When asked about black lead- former student at New Stanton tills week.. Findings will be perhaps due to this"scourge," ,Rev James Gllyard, Asbury, bott stood In the rain here to HftOCALAFlorida The i no'
ershlpAep.Bcodsatd that there Senior High School spent a revealed later,;not to the, has fallen to 575,598a drop of. Jacksonville Rev It Gundy,. explain why Lincoln High flowers by sent Anyone desiring
win be, and should be, more 14-day leave with her family Areas 0 ., 6.Q98 students from last eyar.. Bethel, Callahan; Rev. D. A.' School was going to be changed : school, to send flowers may
local leaders. lie did not feel before reporting to the Naval to be explored are Some years before, when 'RusseU, Jr., Ward Chapel, to a vocational training center teachers, on the average, ,send a' contribution, to the
that there will 4 black leaderIn Training Center In GreatLakes those of housing work scholarship 'blacks dare not.enter white ,Edward Waters College Rev The 1,200 black .arent as aggressive as they Episcopal Day Care Center.
the sense that the late Mar- Illinois for the Hospital and athletic scholar: schools the state enr. ilment.i! students didn't like what they should be, Florida Education 1913 Laura Street} Jacksonville
,tin Luther King Jr.. was. Corps School ships.- was more than 800.!f. CONTINUED ON PAGE 12 heard Association report Indicated -
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R/GHT8DF NEGRO CHILDREN 1 Long knives are now being sharpened to hack away at the War

ERIC 0.' SIMPSON..MANACING EDITDi 'HOW AND HEREAFTER? R I OiS.Vsen. : as the major thrust of anaU-encwnpasstojattaciion;

H.Vo TIMES the roots,of poverty, the QfI1ce 01 Economic CWortW11ty has led
IILDA IOOHN..CUCOUTIOH MANAGER., ,c 1 perilous existenc It was or&1nal11 planned that OEO would be
vehicle for about $10 billion worth of new programs by now, but
: the war to Vietnam and a general cooling off of Washing
concern for the poor has resulted In much less effort
NAILING ADDRESS e Q In recent years the OEO budget has been held to Just under the
JACKSONVILLE % I $2 billion mark, and Administration has asked tor somewhat
P.O. BOX 593 f FLORIDA "
J220)) more this year. But the long "" """

NONCRIEF knives will be used less to trim
dollars from the War on Poverty
PHONE than to cut the guts out of it by
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giving the states greater control ,
: over OEO projects. .
THERE S fvuk
MIAMI, OFFICE 501B NJ J7II AnT, SCHOOL OVEN The first knife was plunged Into b'r
the Legal Services Program.
THEREI, This is a program that supplies
PHONE H1-387S. 4 ,legal help to people too poor to
afford lawyers. Many people
were attracted to the program
SUBSCRIPTION RATE because they thought only In
One Year, J12,00 Half Yeart $7,00 Killed To Too t WUISIANA'SCHOICE'/ terms of helping out poor man

Anywhere In The'EoUcd States ,' r fR&AM Of who has to go to court or wbc

Is being sued.
Subscription Payable in Advance But this kind of social service

approach doesn't begin to deal
end Check Of Money.(Order"To.FLORIDA: STA1.P.O.BOX 589 Nr with the real issues -- the institutional -
arrangements In our
'f h society that keep people poor. WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, 32201. q\ Lawyers In the program realized their main Job was to make

laws work for the poor, rather than making the poor victims of
the law.
COMPLIANCE..NO SUBTERFUGE! So they became activists In many areas, bringlngcourt actionto
-Stedy" Disease stop acts that further brutalized poor people as a class. In

some states they got court orders halting importation of scab
Takes Hold In Jacksonville axxmxxxxc 'r -- labor, enjoining one governor from cutting Medicaid funds,
--. and ordering counties to begin food stamp programs.

The "Do-A-Study;i Disease" is about to'reach eplderalc ro- They've filed suits against landlords, collection agencies,and
poratlons in the city of Jacksonville and as usual the Back and welfare departments and in the process, they've angered many
poor communities of the town are on the receiving! end. who still see their function as one of passively assisting in-
The usually astute Wendell Holmes, recently elected to the WEEKLY *; divlduals in minor suits that don't threaten the system.,
YOUR amendement to the OEO bill
School Now the Senate has passed an
Board, seems to have caught the disease In asking that
that would give state the right to veto legal services
the City Council do a study to determine the causes of the recent governors
Florida Street disturbances. We credit Mr. Holmes with a prefects. The present law says the OEO director can overridea

great deal of Intelligence does he really need to be told why r governor's veto.
the Black ..- The dangers of such change are enormous.A governor wouldbe
people were involved in the Florida Street disturb- HOROSCOPE GUIDE
ance? Is a study necessary to convince the businessmen of this \ allowed to kill a suit against a state agency that discriminatesor
town that Black people are charged higher prices for shoddier : even kill a suit against a friend political contributor. The
merchandises In all the stores that serve the ghetto?A ten- legal rights of the poor would vanish under such circumstances.
cent, phone call to the Legal Aid Bureau will give the"CouncUac : J :I The Administration is officially against any such changes that
ess' to many complaints from Blacks about the credit BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER I would weaken OEO's legal services. In fact, the program's
y; budget has been increased. ,
practices of merchants In the ghetto. A thirty-cent bus ride .
to any ghetto grocery store would make apparent that meats, 7' Donald Rumsfeld, head of OEO, rightly pointed out that it is
vegetables and canned goods are not of the same quality in the ., !'I Important for the poor to continue to get the kind of legal help
ghetto stores as they are in white supermarkets.The W'Hlctf ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS the program has offered so that grievances can be resolved
reasons for violence In the ghetto were first outlined in "through the courts rather than in the streets."
the 1940's In the classic study of the race problem written by FOR BUSINESS' -, LOVEr' TRAVEL ? \ And the American Bar Association the voice of the legal
the Swedish author Gunnar Myrdal and in the 1950's they were I Establishment, said that giving governors such veto powers
outlined In the works of Langston Hughes and James Baldwin would constitute "oppressive interference with the freedom of
The Kerner Report done after the violence Detroit and Watts the lawyer and the citizen."
also details the reasons. A card for the public library Is free The assualt on the Legal Service Program Is only the first

>tnd'member9-of'' the City Council can choose from a dozen ARIES: : LIIRL ', ;::rj rrjPCaPlICD" blow in the effort to cripple the anti-poverty program. When
: CANCER v I the bill to the House there will be amendments
comes probably other
that ,
books tell :
the causes of violence In the Black ghetto The .... ... _
books will also tell how It with better .BORN'MARCH; "' :" : :}"', ''' _.... "... affecting other valuable programs.CEO's ., .
same tosolve Jobs, 'BORN j l BdRN t "'SEPT:'\... ; "0 R'n' l(C' --
critics object to a Washington-based organizing
better schools, better housing and fair treatment. Every agajcy
thinking person In this country, bpUr Black and white knows 27th APRIL IStfc 221. JULY 22ii 23rd OCT. 23rd" ... 22.d '-: IAN. IStl\. and. defending the poor In opposition to many. local power
what the causes are what we need re solutions. structures. By placing programs under greater state control, I
The GJEO seems to have been bitten'by the DOAStudybug.We Judge the trend. It may de- Come closer. Having an old Do what's called for. Th e Show how you feel Secrecy they are In effect asking the federal government to take a back
have the utmost respect for the staff of GJEO and we are pend greatly on the type of influences friend Is precious asset.Befog problem that seems to be has .its place, naturally, but seat and let local politicos manipulate and control the poor with
certain: that to a man, they know the problems of Black and to which the life or married to one makes the weighing most heavily onyour it can be overdone. Friends federal dollars..Mr. Young is the author of the newly pub
poor people In this town. They may not know how to attack business partner is responding realatlonship priceless. While mind could be a monetary one. may misunderstand this t 0 lisped book, Beyond Racism.Fayette's .
to determine what line of
them, but if that is true why are they being paid to run a pro reasoning will have to be the circumstances may not be There seems to be only,two mean that you do not trust
gram? entirely favorable because of ways to alleviate It, One is to them or that you have something -'
adopted. If there is a serious
We are not opposed to the development of new skills and lapse in the Joint a previous tie,or forany other take up a gainful occupation If to hide. Loved ones, Mayor Speaks
techniques but until there is some demonstration that these way
funds reason whatsoever,the matter you possess the necessary too, may be somewhat per .
and economic Interestsare
people have some skills at community organization and betterment being handled by either will not be dismissed Just like skills, that will boost the In- plexed and left in doubt as to
.. "we wonder if the public isn't paying double? that. One must always figure real feelings or intentions -, evaluation
come. The other is to tighten your Tin following of
partner, it may be up to the Fayette, Miss., and Its environs
Are we paying for teachers, who must be taught, while they. other to take the reins and on the unforeseeable to ac- up on the personal or partner (lst-3rd). You may be described by the"mayor; Charles Evers, has been received by
are being paid to teach? do the driving for a while helve what one cannot accom- ship budget severely enough to Justified remaining discreet the Florida Star. It is a sincere plea for help and for consld r-
The Arlan capacity to earn plish alone. Whatever appear- plug up the leaks that may be regarding financial status and 'atlon by all Americans of the plight In which the city now finds
THE DEATH OF SEVEN JAXONS IN FAMILY may be somewhat limited by ances amy be, keep fond hopes mainly responsible (lst-3rd). operations, for this is where Itself: .
circumstances which cannotbe alive In your heart along with This can be done quietly some may try to take advan- It is four months since our new administration was'Inaugurated.
CALLS FOR POSITIVE CORRECTIVE ACTIONThe helped. the affections that have led up through the liberal use of tact, tage of whatever they can learn In Fayette, Miss. Since we settled down to the hard work of
to them/ (lst,2nd). ingenuity and persuasion. in this respect (Srd,4th building a new society there I
death of any human Is tragic and the death of seven found that it is going, to be

persons at one time Is more tragic. We Join with the entire .4-10-16-66-78-323; 8-80-18-44-88-789: 9-30-15-55-56-756 140137732.718 so even meager.harder than imagined because our local resources are
Jacksonville community in extending our condolences to the
surviving relatives office Shirley family. We know the eyes of the nation are on us, and we know that in

We feel compelled,however, to raise some questions about six months or a year the skeptics will be back to Fayette. to see
this tragedgy. We,are certain that no one In his right mind ,TAURUS LEO SCORPIO AQUARIUS what "miracles".we have performed '
But It Is
would purposely allow I this tragedy to occur If they could APRIL BORN clear from our preliminary surveys that the folk
have prevented It. We therefore feel compelled to raise these BORN JULY BORN OCT. BORN JAN of Fayette and Jefferson County.-white and black..are Just tOO'
questions: If, as Mr. Shirley's brother reports, someone from 2011 MAT 20tJt 23rd AUG.. llii "poor to expect us to bcrable to reverse almost four centuries: of
the Gas company had placed an O.K. sign on the furnace, why '241k HOY' 22il 20tl FEB.: till I deprivation So, unless we can get substantial help from our

was this done? If, as relatives tell us, the Shirley family was ...Act as you feel. The freedom Don't go by looks. There are Be hard please. Choosinga cles"friends in across Fayette.the nation there are not going to be any "mira-

granted permission to move into the house before the heating to do, think and believe quite a few Leos who may be Hake It real. There Is a prevailing goal to life Is not always as That is why my,sLster in-hw .
arrangements were completed, why didn't the builder or real as you please is as much the basking In the sun of success indication to take such easy as It first may appear.When ., ,Medgar Evers Fund.. It-Is Myrile, and I have formed the
estate agent arrange for temporary heating facilities and finally right of those who clingto old these days. This may also highsoundlng expressions as we have no clear-cut a living tribute to our hope that the Fund will serve as
why did no member of the Building code department inspect the values as to those whowouldlike draw countless numbers of offers "Good will toward all men" notions in our minds, nor unmistakable the march to freedom Medgar In, who more than anyone else started
premises before the / Mississippi We think that the best
Shirleys moved 10We to overthrow them. Intolerance from1nd1vldualswhohave within -
signs ourselves
purely as advertising slogans tribute
we can mount is
hope that there are sound and true answers to all of is the whetherit to to undertake the peaceful transformation
same something sell. Property Instead of as fine Ideals to as to what we are best of Fayette and Jefferson
these questions'We know that the public should receive these is practiced by the extre- that may seem like an excel which we should all dedicate fitted for, It Is a mistake to all of us County Into the I kind of place Medgarand
answers and In a very short time. The answers can be of little mists of this or that side. lent buy could turn-out to be ourselves. When Scorpios pick a career or profession .material and always technical dreamed. To do this, we will need funds,

solace to the Shlrleys and their relatives, but we will feel a. Taureans, in Increasing numbers far too expensive to maintain take up a cause, they are the Just because we like the sound Service has granted the skills Fund Fortunately tai' ,the Internal Revenue
measure of comfort in knowing that the probability of a recurrence are likely to stand by when the golden flow becomes most sincereandardentwork- of the looks of it (Ist-3rd). soon apply to foundations and deductible status, so we can-
of this kind of tragedy is small. those who venerate ancient Institutions a dribble. The Leos ers in its behalf There shouldbe We have several alternativesto corporations for help. We shall
It seems particularly sad to us that on the day seven people law and order, and who are fortunate in baring excellent openings for many aid us in making a wise Uafortngtelysofarrwitfewexceptlons project aid.
,Ire burled because of the malfunctioning of a simple heating the creation of a solid socie- a mate who possesses,excellent to play some sort altruistic choice. '!'here are professloD- -our friends around'the
country have not
system while the United States has able to get us the:kind of help we needespecially ;
three men In the air bead- ty. The more active ones Judgement could do no role this 1 al advisers whocandetermlne
yuletide season n funds and
Ing toward a landing on the moon. may aspire to become, the better than to be guided by which they would be receiving where our talents amiabilities ,.save Fayette from permanent Industry.despair.In the long rim. only Jobs cant
Theblggestbeln have,
heads of movements formed this sterling advl>er before lie. Or we can wait for circumstances we *
strong planetary received far is
encouragement so from SEDFRE
Black Leader with these ends in view((1st- ,, final (Scholarship, Education and
A Speaks: making decisions((1st-' (Jst-3rd). to 1a1 oat a course Defense Fund for Racial Equality) which has helped train our
4th). 3rd).
and provide the Jessarye1e- *
government, provided us with technical assistance staff and an
in Today, NEA's Impressive release is the following evaluation meats to place us on the right economic survey. When the Fayette budget for '
of the matter of equality In education seen through the-eyes i-40-U-99-23-U4 3.20.1577.66.222VIICO. : 5-50-17-55-98-111 track (4th-8t)) lions was almost bankrupt, thousands of Americans general responded opera-,

: black William E.Adams,classroom teacher of the Franklin Elementary to a TV appeal that enabled us to carry on our City government

;.' School, Baltimore,and chairman of the NEA Committee ,'GEIIINI' SAGITTARIUSBORN 2-20-L4-6&9-709 :jThe black police of Philadelphia have given us a new and fully
on Citizenship Mr. Adams speaks courageously and forcefully equipped police car. 'The Josephite Fathers have assigned a
for several Issues which seem to be, to national leaders, not BORN.MAY21st BORN AUG. NOV. PlSC'Utill wonderful human being--Sister Ellce-to head our cultural,
good for the black We have chosen to as a caption to ; "
: race. give program. But to date, we have had no luck attraeing.industry
this "A Black Leader Speaks." IJJE 21st 23r SEPT. 22H 23r.-.DEC. 21st FEB 'of substantial funds. We hope things will change now that the
i Black Americans, like certain other ethnic groups, han been Be Impressive. lis sail 1.I : Medgar Evers Fund is In operation. '
too long the inequities in the established institutions of our Follow the signs It is generally One must decide. To make that the first impassion! t. I know there Is not much timeto prove that blacks aod whites
country. Now the entire black community feels that it must understood that things the right decision is a cause 011 people estab11sbes yotmake the Gather 'the threads. While .even In Mississippi, can work together to share Justly In the,
I take an Interest and have an active voice in demanding that follow the path of least resis- for selfcongraulatlon. T o way they are going to Judge you there are many favorable Indicators ;fruits of freedom. But I am determined to give:it the fullest
blacks get an education equal to any. tance. Consequently, when make the wrong one Is still for the rest of your and their In view, this is a period possible test because I believe In what Americans are counting
Black communities have Inherited dilapidated school buildings. they arrive at their final destination better than to remain Impaledon lives. That Is a potent reason for correcting, reviewing us In Fayette to prove that we can all work together.'
some 100-years-old, while the handsome new structures can they usually end up the horns of a dilemma. why one should try to be at revising and preparing rather (I Ion I cannot do It alone. need the help of every decent Ame-
be found in suburban areas. Blacks realize their school need the way it was Intended in the The reason is that it provides one's best when meeting Individuals than for decisive actions.Con rican who believes with us that the ,Fayette. experiment must
new buildings; fresh, dynamic curriculums; and new policies. first place (Ist-Srd). It's good us witbavaluablelessonwhlcb for the first time(lat- suit with mate associates, work
; :.Such changes are taking place, but at afrustrat1nc1y.lowpace. to know many, people whose sooner or later, may preventus SrdX) We all know that each fill In what may be gaps or
ir' Parents of black children are painfully aware of the inequities pioneering Instincts have from making an even more
in '
and everyone of us lias a handicap vague passages longrangeplans
school system and to be left out In serious error. Instead of ** ***
4 w la be they no longer mean taken them almost everywhere or shortcoming, but it 11DOt. and go quietly tboot obtaining
I the destiny of their children. ,They are calling for de feeling confused or blameworthy
11' shaping They can be excellent sourcesof .D8CtSSl.r", and certainly official of Influential VITALITY
;orbar Information for Geminians adopt the positive point not wise, to let strangers know ,.support (lst. rd.), If something FOR. VIETNAM. ,I'
art view that have added "
; t who have literary aspirations you about them. There are some confidential leaks out t
,.' school system of 200 or more schools from one central office, or who, themselves, feel adventurous something of value to your who may even try to take advantage prematurely, it could place ,{' Freparipg for peace, Catholic Relief Service is conduct. ,
decentralization and community control are a must. If sug- enough! to see the knowledge nC experience of the knowledge to competitors at an advantage (big a Refugee Services Program in South Vietnam It rW
.; '..... or complaints about the schools have to filter through world (4th). ,(IsMthX our detriments. (4th-7thX been recruiting social workers, mines and community del
passive bureaucracy, parents and other Interested citizens ."' .'.. j yelorment leaden from around the world to serve there. ,
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.0::; Offers Service Mrs.' Augustus Big' Sisters Unit The New' Black Businessman Azalea Holds Emotion. Packed Stadiaiw

Johnson Calls Organized In Jax lode MeetiegNovember And Players Join HilarityTALLAHASSEE

., Do you have a college education
or equivalent experience Special MeetingMrs.
A Big Sisters 'of Greater ;
or in you a potential gradu-. 21 Fla.-FAMU--The game In which Florida

ate? It so, why not take the'Federal Augusta Johnson,president Jacksonville program has AIM'S Jake Galttier recorded his 200th football victory head
been launched here and If
Service Entrance Examination of the Friendly Ladies coach of toe Rattlers
bore all
the resemblance of
Azalea 214 something
the initial response and inter- Lodge No. Auxiliary -
? TIlls examination Is the following from
Club asking a Hollywood movie scrlj ,
est is Indication No. 1 of the Brotherhoodof 'and
any success I felt pretty sure that eventually -
Is the of
avenue entry ladles to be present Sunday Actually, the curtains openedon
It could soon be one of the Maintenance and of Way we would score a
Into the Federal Career afternoon November 30( at this drama three weeks
largest of Its kind In the nation. Employees will meet, in the ago touchdown"
Service and offers you the opportunity 4 p.m, at the home of Mrs. at Nashville, when Galther's
'home of the president) Mrs. And the Rattlers
to be considered for H Crews 1942 West did score a
'Maggie w thirty-sixth lifetime loss in
200 In Inaugurated\ by members of Willie Mae Shipp, Friday November touchdown, although It came in
over Occupations: some Seventy: tryth set the stage for one of
North Jacksonville Junior 21, at 8 p.m. Mrs. a most unorthodox and
50 Federal agencies aU over Mrs Pearl Clayton, Mrs. the most dramatic momentsIn
Women's Club along the stand shipp resides at 1663 West Angling way.Southern's.
the Lear-
countryprimarily Washington Mrs.
Ruby college football.
ards established for Big Bro- 33rd. Business of Importance 9.4 Louis
managerial and general administrative tls Savage, Mrs. Willie Mae Going back to.October 25
Examinations Bessie thers, Inc., the kickoff campaign will be transacted.. Porter had returned the kickoff -
Davis Cherry let's
careers. Mrs. trace the developmentsthat
was held this week with The Champion S sad Charity following Lovett's field
are to be given on the Mrs. Henry M. Bell, Mrs. were climaxed Saturday
Mrs. Hans Tanzler,Jr.,taking Club will celebrate Itsan- goal 89 yards for a TD and
third Saturday of each month Lillie May Brindon Mrs.! night in the Rattlers' 10.7
w charge of the recruitment program airerslty November 23, at after Mark Samples booted the
except December. As a public Ella Ellerson, Mrs. Lea exciting emotion-packed victory
the Acorn Community Cen- point after the Jaguars took a
Wynn, Mrs. Nancy Sermon, over Southern University.COACH .
i Mrs. Nathaniel Shipp. The croup already has match- ter. Appearing on program 7-3 lead that lasted until waning

And: Mrs. Ethel Gates, Mrs. id up seven girls with Big twill be Mrs. Mattle Blunt, moments of the third1

Mamie Anderson, Mrs.Emma Jisters and applications are Miss Elizabeth Best, Mrs. quarter. .
r .
i Ai Crumely, Mrs Annie Jones, pouring In, according to Big Gray, Miss Joan Mathis,Mrs. Taking over on their own 42

Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Brothers Executive Director ana Myrlck, Mrs. Janie Jack after a 21-yard Southern punt,'

Bernice Hill Lemons'Mrs. Gussie Tom Poston who Is helping son, Mr. Walter Hunter, ,Mr.. the Rattlers drove 54 yards in

., get the program on its feet. Ruby Young, Mrs. Mary Hal- seven plays to the Jaguar four.,
r .Hawkins. vital "But there Is a great need A black man is grossing approximately f 1,000,11uu ann back, Mrs.Pearl George,Mrs. It was a thlrd-and-two situation -
Business importance for case workers to interviewthe That man is Carl Brown, above, entrepreneur supreme, the E, West,Mrs. Bonnie Frazier, and halfback Hubert Gina

will be discussed. girls," Poston said. "The most successful merchant of greeting cards. His Integrated Mrs. Eva Jordan, Mrs. Edna i got the call. He took the handoff -

j to'William entire program relies on volunteer companies are In Palisades, New Jersey. Recently he visited Mae Thomas,Mrs.Marguerite from quarterback Steve
Raines Hosts help--In recruiting, In Berkeley, He met Cleavon Goodal, a west coast artist Dennis. Mrs.Martha Williams Scruggs and started out to the

w assigning, transportation and who had Innovated the black greeting card concept and ilstrl-. is president. right faked to the inside but

Nutrition Conference secretarial chores--and we buted them In California Brown bought' out his business. He Holsey C.M.E. Sunday School sUe to the outside where be

\ can use any women's free has since bought out a white company. Brown has encountered begins at 9:30( with Mrs.BIr- picked up first down yardageto

teem to good advantage. no marketing problems. Only his cards are nationally dIs- tha Griffen and teachers 1 n M- the two. At that point the

.., William Raines High School Poston said the goal is to tributed. The most popular card shows Madonna and a child. charge. Rev. M.H. Barnes, ball: squirted out of his hands

service, the Jacksonville Opportunities will be host to the Youth Power -, bring together!' 300 girls and Brown believes that many Blacks have not overcome their fear presiding elder, will preachat 1 Into the end zone Rattler

Industrialization,. Nutrition. Conference on 300 Big Sisters, which would and awe of white businessmen. His vice president Is a white 11 a.m. All boards are tight end Benny Johnson,who

Center will offer gaining January 26. make it equal in scope to the man and former owner of a greeting card company. He holdsa asked to make their reports. i r had Just thrown a block for

classes to help you preparefor "Miss Teen"and"Mr.Teen" Flint, Mich., program, one of master's In mathematics and one inxphyslcs. Sunday, November 30, Is Missionary JAKE GAITHE Ginn, pounced on the ball for

the Federal Service Entrance will be named only four chartered groups Day. Missionary Day the winning score, althoughthe
Galther went into the Tennessee
Examination For Information Mrs. Judy Jackson,chairmanof In the nation 1 wW be held Sunday,November game wasn't over by a
with 198
about the training Duval's Nutrition Commit 30. Mrs. Sarah Coley will be game victories. long shot.

classes, contact Mr. E. L. tee, made the announcement ,in charge A win him of course, would have There was the fourth quarter

Wilson Director Operations at a seminar at the school. The Ford-Roundfable At Atlanta U. given The Rattlers'199. next was yet. The Rattlers opened it

JOIC. 625 Julia Street, Jack- Dr. Andrew Robinson, principal game up with their second of three
s-- : T' jJ"; 1I'W' two weeks after an
away, open
sonville, Florida or call 354- was host. magnificent goal line stands.
date at North Carolina ALIT
7891 or 355-9057 for information The had flrst-and-
Among other speakers was Jaguars a
Gaither win then
about completion In the Maurice Williams of Eugene i', ot picked up a goal at the Rattler 10. Three
o II and if he had the
Federal Service Entrance Butler "Mr. Teen." ... ,,'1' '"" won game plays and a delay of the gamepenalty
present ,7
; Tennessee State the A&T victory
Examination contact the Civil e f. > l ... rN !I .. ';; r; would've been No. 200- later, a samples firM
Service Examiner charge' goal sailed wide to the left
;T !\; '' .t-! Instead of 199. .and the us.Ion's .
,the Downtown Post Office,375 -< r' r'f! wlnnlngest coach wouldve and the Rattlers took over.
West Monroe Street Jacksonville in
Homes Have They got eight yards three
.' 0 \ ___ 1 ___, J reached that magic milestone -
t Florida. .. r tries and had to punt. Southern -
500 miles from
"" away took but Rattler
Traffic Jam ">" ,, ........ ,fl' -- .. bI.or: Rattlers'Tallahassee performance, and although theri the 'Safetyman over Charles Sasser

Rev. John Farmer I fi't'j ,,' = : win over A&T was nothing spoiled that drive with an In

Chicago (NFS) Municipal ... terception. This time FAMU'
\ short it
magnificent was no
traffic problems may be serious' I I drove to the Southern five but
>> ...-..- match for the battle(waged in
Named To
Mayor s these days, but more urgent tot ,. the Jaguars put up a goal line
Bragg Stadium)to hand Galther
many homemaken is \ 't' stand of their own and took
I' domestic variety posed by ai( No. 200.
0 over on downs at their nine..
CommissionRev. awkward floorplan. : :_ "- Again, as fate would have It,
: : Z Thirteen plays, aided by a
Unfortunatelythere are iifr
It was a decision by Gaither
John Farmer, director more difficult floorplans than : himself that decided the ultimate key Interference penalty against -

f of the West Side Youg Life- ideal ones to be found in small, ':< :' /: ; 'II ; outcome of the win over FAMU, and the Jaguars
homes and apartments built ere threatening to pull it out.
Inner City, has been appointed 'AI .. Southern, taking nothing away
since World War II, according The clock showed 18 seconds
to the Community from Horace Lovett's field
major's to interior design consultant .... : :, ; .... and they had a fourth and coal
Relations Commission He Mary Ann Wills. I .fJ goal and three brilliant defensive
at the Rattler two Porter
gill J.C. Sams :j ; .'.. efforts turned in
replace Rev. "All too often, for instance, by who bad picked up 112 yards
f whose term has expired. a'front door opens smack into : ,. ,the Rattlers already the logical
j Rev. Farmer Is a founder the living room, without benefit With the Rattlers In posses-
choice fro the
of Jacksonville's .Afro-Ame- of,an entrance foyer" she sion on the Southern nine In all-or-nothing
declared., a fourth-and-two play since rookie Coach Alva
"rlcan Cultural ""
Development situation Tabor chose to fer the win
"And In many"split.levellInd go
Center, a graduate of Edward'i 1 Gaither elected to go for a ,
I rather than a tie.
houses bathroom
ranch ,
O' Waters College and u ordained ;;1' field goal instead of tryingfora
and bedroom doors are visible Porter raced to the rlgtttry-
minister in the Afrl- first down. Lovett the
from practically any point in split I Log to outrace the Rattler defenders -
fcan Methodist Episcopal uprights from 26 yards out
the living room., > ; 1 to the corner. Ht
Church An and effective with 2:42 left la the first half k
easy everybody'there exceptHarry
remedy is the decorative ', for the three points that provided -' II Passmore who had
Better Garden Club divider, suggested Miss Wills, A the margin of victory. J just come' into the game on
divi "I felt the field
who advises the Galway goal would
Meets Dec. 4 sion of Burwood Products ,..,,.. be the difference," said I'' his t play for the shaken upasser.
Company, Traverse City,Mich. 'ATLANTA-: tudents In the DYe colleges of Atlanta university You" was the theme of the three day series of meetings the smiling Galther later as he 3 Passmore dropped

The Better Garden Circle The kind that's composedof Center here virtually surrounded executives of Ford Motor Corn-)' executives, students and educators,The Atlanta sessions followed relaxed in his home. "We, the ball and the game as the

held the last meeting at the filigree panels and floor-to-' pany and peppered them with questions about the corporation and by two weeks a visit of a dozen students and faculty members to' were .moving the ball on them lock: showed 11 seconds! re-

home of Mrs. Nellie Grooms, ceiling spring tension poles is Its business and hiring practices during a Ford College Round- the Michigan headquarters of Ford Motor Company. m naming'w
431 West 16th with Mrs: J. good for people I .
particularly knoV
"able program concluded on the campus today "Getting to r n'
P. Patterson as hostess. living in rented quarters, sinceit o. '

The next meeting will be will not mar walls or ceilings. ,

Thursday, .December 4, aUto A delight to the do-it- THE
yourself enthusiast, Galway ELDERLY Set For Tournament
at the home of Mrs.
p.m., dividers may be installed in an Not long ago mention 'of ,, '
Ruby Washington, 344 West ,evening with only a screwdriver jrandpa or great aunt Min con. -A- }" ', UnfairHousing

16th, with Mrs. Lenora Davis, ; the consultant said. jured up vision of bent figure f i ,
as hostess and Mrs. Washington ,searching the,ground afoot for ._ "'
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1, A ( ; New Year's Day In Pasadena California, the South Carolina

t a. State College Garnet and Blue Marching 101 Band has achieved''

60 per cent of its goal. Andrew Hugine (right), president of It'sIllegal. i

aye a the S.C. State Student Government ''Association, presents a''

ti ;check for $900 to band director Clifford Watkins on behalf of!

r 0' the SGA. Sixty per cent represents more than 15000. Per-'

I 'sons who wish to may send contributions to Band Fund-Rals->

a c4u Ing' Campaign, South Carolina State College, Orangeburg)' .
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I Rust College Given $250,000 By Methodist Board In Accreditation Move 'I

Black Staff Task Force Peace Missionary '
For Tfcoji Sacred Precincts
I Successful I In Requests Alliance Host Sun '. Religion And Race

HOLLY SPRINGS; Mlss.-Ru: :st College, noted school of the U- Peace Missionary Baptist I INTERlUTIOhAL.
oiled Methodist Church, locaticlplent >d in Holly Springs,will be the re- Church, Van Buren and JessIe i u BY KEGRO PRESS
during the next flv e i years, of a grant of $250,000'. Rev. D.B. Barnes pastor, ,
This allocation followed report BSTF Is Rev Isaac Blvens, will host the Ministers and
of the United Methodist 'associate secretary of the Deacons' Union Sunday : REBIRTH NEEDED
Board of Missions In Boston. Joint Committee on Missionary Rev R.L. Smith is president. NEW YORK- American church is
The board did not accept all Personnel of the General A welcome program was pre needed if it is to survive in the present day world, declared
of the proposals of the Black Board, of MIssIons, ; It was he sented Thursday night at the the Rev. Thomas KUgore Jr., first Black! president of the
{ Convention. "The
Staff Task Force of the church, who presented the report at church by preachers, congregations 1.3 -million member American Baptist
the sponsoring and official groups. church, as we know It today, must die. The true Christian
group. the Boston confab, with tonguein
Of the $1,3000,000 to be given cheek. Rev. Barnes is asking all aA church !is the movement of God, the revolutionary movement
to school of the denomination The only major request not members of Peace Missionary of God to free His people (but) the church possesses too much
to follow with r foray that it does not neeC."
more than $550,000 has through ,
accepted was for 150,000 reparation
I' Ft
been earmarked for black In and renewal money their regular financial procedures ,P'i I t j
stitutions. for the Black Economic Development throughout the day.
Rust College Is the sole Conference. Three Trustee: Herbert Grant,chair BASICALLY CHRISTIAN
school not accredited. The man of the trustee: board, Is KINGSTON> Jamaica-((VPi)-Black power, as seen by its
years ago,$300,000 were given "
given will lend toward rural asking the follwlng to remain ; a thoughtful advocates, Is "basically Christian, declared a
money to a group for organization
making such improvements after the afternoon service: statement Issued by the Catholic bishops from 12 West Indian
projects. Herbert nations the recent conference of the Bishops of An
Brown, Alto Ferrell attending
and i innovations as may well The Board of Missions wW t
Mrs. Viola Tate, Mrs. Rosie ,d tales The bishops viewed Black Power as "a force meant to
be needed tor accreditation.
black colleges
raise $2,000,000 for ,
to ,
Clark University Atlanta, on Race Relations Sunday Lee Grant, Mrs Mattie Pol 9' lead toward the eradication of racism and all its social, cultural
wW receive$15,000.. A mass A study will be made u lock, Mrs. Carrie Armstrongand d' and economic adjuncts." }
communications center wW to a j350-mUllaa, sixyearfund Mrs. Doris Gray 4 'f I yi '
be set up there Paine, Hus- raising drive for black
a build and
CREENSBURG, PaCNPIA drive to develop
ton-Tillostson and Bennett schools ,
will receive $50,000 each. New Pastor Black Catholic leadership on all levels has been undertaken
Other actions will be taken ,
by the Rev. Augustus Taylor, 29-year-old Black priest newly"
The BSTF has 14 black staff in the January meeting of'be ((1
a to direct an Interdlocesaa
assigned to the Pittsburgh area
members. ,
Board .y .ark ,
A prominent person in the S'9j + Black Catholic ministries program. His work will cover y
the five dioceses of Pittsburgh, Greensburg, Youngstown,
: i Steubenvllle and Wheeling, with the approval of the bishop
. Rev. R.V. Webster Remains At Churcl h ; r of each diocese.

Rev. R.V. Webster, pastor of The officers and members r NEW YORK-NPI When the American Jewish Congress
St. Stephen A.M.E. Church, feted Rev: Webster and the M held its annual awards dinner at the Waldort-Aatoria hotel, 1
was returned to pastorate family with a testimonial recently, among the the three award recipients was Roy
by Bishop George N. Collins vice and, hatwuet recently. v, .r, Wilklns, NAACP executive director. Wilkins received the 18th waanualStephenSWlseawardtor"advaaclagdumantreedom R
at the 94th conference this ." ,,
week. David Bryant, who expresses his moods ttnmgh the clothes he designs, bas here Incorporated
Dr. A.CI: Madry and his staff St. Stephen A.M.E. an idea for church The robe above Is called the Golden Fleece. David "ear.1t when in an RACIAL JUSTICE ,,
of officers will open the Sun attitude of prayer. David Is a recording artist. He enjoys designing clothes that are Just: la. NASHVlLLE-NP-Top! Item on the agenda tor the recent .
day School Monday at 930. taste. staff meeting of the United Methodist Board of Evangelism ,
Consecration Is administered Ushers' No.1.1 1.In was racial Justice and communication among races. A task ,
at 1045.: The morning worship force of the,staft was urged to be established. to'"alert the
begins at 11 a.m. Mt. Moriah Baptist Westside Choir Union AnnualIs staff to,Issues relating to these priorities." "
At 3:30 p.m. the United Choir fellowship..Tea REV. J.C. HIGHTOWER ,vt
and Boards 1 and .
Usher No. December 28
No. 2 will celebrate their Announces Aliici/ fir JM 1.11. Yiterii' .
anniversary in the auditorium Rev. J.C. Hightower, atove, The Friendly Westside Choirs p.m., with Senior Choir No. 1 :/
Mrs Maggie Simms and her Usher Board 'No. 1 of St. has been called to the pasta Youth Day Union mass revival was held in charge. If a veteran !is unable to*' number '("C" number) or"' sd::
coworkers have planned an Stephen AME Church it rate of the Mt. Canaan Baptist Youth Day'will be observed in the main unit of the M t. The fourteenth anniversary provide( the number that Us service' number and
interesting program. Mrs. sponsoring a Fellowship Tea Church of East Jackson Ararat Missionary Baptist celebration will be Sunday, .will identify his G.I. inbranch of service (as well* !I
Eartha McGowan will serveas Sunday, November 30, at the ville. Rev. Hlghtower >is an Sunday Moriah! November 1953 30, at West Mt. church. The Arthur Goodman December 28, at 2:30: p. m.. surance policy, he !is ad- as bis full name) in cor- !tl
mistress of ceremonies. church, from 4 to 6 p.m. associate minister of Second Ninth Baptist, tax Community/ Choir was the In toe auditorium of M t. vised to Include his file respondence with the VA.I os
The A.C.E. League meetsat All who are scheduled to Missionary Baptist, the Rev. host gruop. The Gospel chorus Pleasant Baptist, Callahan "
645.: Consecration takes participate are urged to be J.C. Sams pastor. Rev.High- A The day will begin at 10 will:45. of Mr. Olive Primitive Baptist Rev. W.C. Whltten is pastor, ", )

place at 7 p.m. On Tuesday present and on time. The tower has attended Edward be well-planned presented program, and the Combined Usher ....,...... .. .......... .......... .................
public Is invited Waters College and is a stu
night at 7.30: class meeting is Afford Jones associate Boards of Mt. Ararat served \ 1
Mrs. Willie J. Stephens is dent at the Luther Rice Seminary. Rev 4
held The United Choirs rehearse minister at Fountain Chapel Mrs Ruby Allen Stewart is t. I
Thursday at 7:30. The chairman of the program com a.m.e. will be the speaker. president. Rev Lee McQueenis ,01
mittee. Mrs. Maggie Slmms"is ,
male chorus rehearses Saturday Miss Zelma spiritual advisor.
at 4 p.m. The Junior president Rev. R.V.Webster wW be the guest Smalley soloist.McRoy Miss The Trl-State Rally Contest ..tI
choir rehearses Saturday at is pastor. The churchis Jones >is and program will be December I
president. Rev ,
located at Fifth and Davis .
730. 19 at 7:45 in the main unit
Herod Is
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1320 West 21st. S.U, M'A ", :r
The last quarterly meetingof .4
the year and the banquet '
win be held in the main audi STORE LOCA tJONS UANTIt'Y tiGHTS RESERVED : I,
torium of the Mt.Canaan Baptist EDGEWOOD AVENUE B. 814 DAVIS -1944 ATLANTICr8LVD. .I t
Church, 1055 Van Buren, KINGS RD AND MYRTlE AVE 308 BROAD 21st and MONCRI RD, it
Monday, December 15, at 7.30 EMERSON SPRING PARK RDS 9th' AVE at 3rd ST,JAX BEACH

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Rev. R.L. Jones And Staff CHURCH ON FIRE Three Bishops At Conference Calendar EventsOn

Take Lead In .Aiding Unit The an Chicago account several newspapers' years carried ago

of' I 'large church burned to the Saturday, November 29, the Master Mason of Duval and
ground at a loll of about halfa Adjacent Counties, will bold their quarterly district meeting.

The Eartha M.M. White Nursing Home, a convalescent unit million dollars. Our sympathywent ,The third degree will be conferred, with Worshipful Mastre
and a home for out to the pastor and con Easnest Pierce In charg On Sunday, November 30, at 1:30:
who have of
many allingaged no means support
gregatlon who at best had to p.m., cars will leave tht Temple for Callahan, Fla., where
or little
support,has received from .
strong backllll leading( Bap-
net Ministers ot Jacksonville ; carry on for a time. under makeshift the Lodge will worship with Champion Lodge No.2 in its annual -
The Baptist Ministers' Brotherhood for those who had no other arrangements.But Thanksgiving service at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church J.
with place to turn. Pursuelng this the account reminded me McKnight Is Worthy Master Henry Simmons District Deputy. -
R.L.Jonesas of the story of another churchon t '
president, several weeks benevolent ambition, she was fire The crowds had gathered + 4 ..
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ago beard the plea of the of- granted matching funds to see the fire engines pour
federal t 0 Pride of Maceo Temple No.186,IBPOE of V, will meet Decem-
ficlals! of the home,and of Miss the government water on the burning building,
Eartha M.M. White, founder build this present 121-bedfa- when one man spotted a friendin I ber 4 at 712 West Duval at 8 p.m. All daughters are requestedto '
The ministers immediately cWty. But beca\iseof mod the crowd. "HI Bob!" he i! be present. Mrs. Hattie t James is Duaghter Ruler. Mrs \

pledged to take action and ern equipment, the high standards shouted: ."This Is the first time Queen B. Williams Is reporter.
"I've *********
implement a program for the it maintains and the extensive seen you at church!I" "Well,
further assistance service It renders, responded the other. "This Is the *
and financial
support of the home this nursing home finds thatit first"time I've seen a church on The Lackawanna Social and Saving Club will have a spiritualtea
The borne no longer can continue to fire. Sunday, November 30, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
which has received operate on the payments received We write this as a special appeal Fannie Pollack, 2558 Summit Street, with Bishop Willa Webb ss
national acclaim
and from welfare agencies. to true -again Chris speaker. The club meeting November Z 8 at thehome of Mrs.
Miss White, nationally knownas tians. Isn't It true that If believerswere
Upon hearing the plea' for Fonzie Thorton, 3411, Penton. Birthdays for those born In November
a social worker and a worker more "on fire" ,for Christ
will be celebrated. All members are asked to be -
the preset
help and investigating
whose heart and soul have more completely sold out to Him,
been part of the developrpent nursing home situation, the those who are now disinterested Mr. Georglanna Ford Is President, Mrs. Eloise Linder

of the Institution, needs the Baptist Ministers Brother- would be more apt to become secretary
hood has endorsed an appeal
support of Jaxons and of others Interested and come to know Him ,
program to assist the Institution as their Savior We lose
if it's budget is to be so soon
to maintain its service to
successfully handled and met. Interest or become discouraged
This beautiful building, with the community. and quit. This Is why the Apostle Murchison Temple Fifth Sunday Union
many of the latest Innovationsof It will need total community Paul, that tireless ambassador
in order to for Christ wrote:
support overcome
modern science provided, this !eficit. This deficit is "Therefore my beloved breth History was made recently when,at the 94th Annual Conference of the East Florida Conferenceof His Missionary Day At Queen Esther
is located at 5377 Moncrief, caused because the nursing. ren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, the A.M.E. Church, three bishops were present. In the center is Bishop George N. Collins, s
Jacksonville. Rev Jones and home has, rendered In the always abounding In the work of presiding prelate of this district Bishop O.L. Sherman stands on the left. Bishop f"J). Jor- Missionary Day will be observed A Fifth Sunday union wll be
the many Baptist ministers past two years service to the Lord forasmuch as ye know dan is on the right., More than 2,000 persons were at the annual conferncce, reportedly onf at Murchison Temple held at Queen Esther Church
who have offered assistanceasks patients In which 40% of the that your labor Is not In vain In of the largest in the history of the district.--Photo by Jet. C.M.E. Church Sunday, No- of God in Unity Sunday November
that Jacksonville take an the Lord" Q I Cor 15:58).
.( ; ) vember 30, beginning with the
cost had to be written off as 30, all day, beginning J
interest. Schoolat 11
Sunday Mrs
This nursing home was built uncollectable accounts. : I Rosa Stephen will be the with the Sunday School. Elder

In 1967 because of the urgent This is a non-profit all organization federal 'I..I..........I .............. morning speaker Other partl- J. Braswell is presiding elder.

need for a first rate facility, state and approved local J :J eipats will be Mrs. Colman, Elder A. Burke is host.pastor

to and care medically for senior indigent citizens citl- Is Rev.asking R.L.that Jones any,and president allper-, 1......... H. 'D" ......... Mrs.Sanderson Lukes, ,Mrs Mrs Johnson James,Mrs.and Garden Circles r'

a .
lens of this city. Because of J Mrs Wilcox
sons, organizations and businesses Plan
the nobility of its purpose it share in this effort to The Youngpeople meet at Cape TripThe

was granted government keep this noble dream alive 3 p.m. Participants will be Federated Garden Cir-

matching funds for the con- Checks can be made payableto SWEETFIELD BAPTIST EMANUEL BAPTISTThe Mrs Baldwin, Mrs. Gelsey, cles Incorporated will sponsora

struction of an J803,000-dol Eartha M.M. White Nursing Sunday School will begin at 9:30: amwlth Deacon R. McKlnnon teachers meeting and the prayer meeting will be held at Mrs. Taylor,' Mrs Williams, trip to Cape Kennedy Satur-
lar vital
institution to fill a Miss Pooler Miss Baldwin 13
at 7
day December a.m.
Home. 5377 Moncrief Road, In charge. The mornlngservlceswUlbeginat 11 a.m. with Dea- the usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge The ,
community need S. Baldwin W.H. Jackson from the 2 G Center 29th and
home Jacksonville, Florida 32209. con Luke Stephens and Deacon Elijah Holmes in charge of devo- Thanksgiving service will be held Jointly at Mt. Calvary The ,
It is a nursing that
Mrs Jackson Mrs Plckett Chase Get In touch with
stands in the tions. Choir No 4 and the Young Adult Choir will serve. Rev service, will begin at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:30: any
unique community and Mrs. E. Williams Mrs. member of the club or call
for the California Delta J.A. Oliver will deliver the message. The evening service will with the Young people in charge The lesson will be reviewedby
following reasons: A.K. Williams Is president MRS Sadie Alexander 355-.
s! ,
1. It has of begin at 5:30 with Deacon Freddie Carrol and Deacon D.D. GrantIn an appointee. Consecration is held at 10:50 a.m. with the
a policy accept- Rev. Odom pastor 7451 Mrs. Delorius Rattan
of charge of devotions. Choir No.1 and Choir No. 2 will serve, Junior deacons In charge Holy Communion be observed In
ing patients irregardless is public relations reporter
his or her ability to pay Push ProgramFor Rev J.A. Ollvef will speak. Prayer meeting is Tuesday at 1:30 the morning service B.Y.U.begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon James
it p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m. Choir No. 2 rehearses. On Thurs- Phillips in charge The District Mass meetlngwill be at 3 p.m. : -
2. Although serves a predominately -
black community, day at 8 p.m. Choir No.1 rehearses. On Saturday at 5:30 p. m, The evening worship begins at 6:30.: Youth Day will be all day "Til: DON'T'WE. TO.'Jo TO JIM TO GET

its policy is toserve membersof Readlna Aid d I Choir No 4 rehearses On Saturday at 6 p.m. the Young Adult' Sunday The church is located 2221 Forest Rev S.L. BadgerIs

all races, creeds and Color, Choir meets pastor :
and maintains standards sec- LOS ANGELES:-Delta Sigma LOW PRICEDRUG
ond to no other nursing home Theta sorors here have TRINITY. BAPTISTThe MACEDONIA BAPTISTThe .
in the city.Ninetyeight. launched Into a program designed >. regular order of service will be followed. The testimonial Ministers and Deacons Union, the Duval County Sunday
per cent of its to make more effec- service begins at 11 a.m. Holy communion be administeredat School and the B.Y.P.U. Convention, along with the Women's STORE NEEDS
patients are welfare recipients tive their participation In 4 p.m., beginning with the devotional service On Tuesday Auxiliary, will close Its session Sunday bgglnning with eht
These people are too community life. night prayer meeting Is held at 7 1 p.m. On November 30 Homecoming Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent Morris Mann
sick and feeble to be cared For that reason the Deltas Day will be observed. Barara Robinson is clerk and reporter In charge. The review will be given by the pastor or an appointee Trade With Your Neighborhood
Is The church is located at consecration of the ushers deacons drug Store WE WILL
brought to Los Angeles the Rev W.C. Murray pastor. The ,
for in a private home, and cboirsl 19.45 MEET ANY PRICES ADV.. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS.
105 West Duval.YCOLOSSIANS deaconesses and members will : a.m. Devo-
Voices Their
Inc. presencewas
have no place turnbecause of We deliver We also nil all Doctors,Prescriptions. .
their low financial status, designedtoralsemoneyforf tional service begins at 11a.m. Music will be furnished by
most of them bWe.trery few the pr ejects for-}p'uthinwhith'- BAPTIST Choir No. 4 with .Wallace Mlms and Deacon James Bryantat
tlves to Delta Is'tnt.resfe4.i Sunday School,begins at 9:30: a.m.: with the superintendent, the Instruments. The Usher Board No 2 and No. 3 will
re oathecan' -
., wJl!:.?.: ..... .: ::.t'IO. T r:flot"'fthesf pr Jectrre-4 1 ,Shirley Hammond, in charge, assisted by the teachers The HOLY TABERNACLE Dixie'Pharmacy
portedly'most effective, I Is mornig worship begins at 11 a.m. The evening worship begins -
This nursing home is a most The church will observe Bishop's Day Sunday November 30.
vital asset to this poverty the Delta Reading Improvement at 6 p.ra. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor, will speak. Choir Mr, O.L. Meadows will be in charge A regular meeting is'
1 and Choir No 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve during
stricken community, without program. Tuesday night. Bible study is at 8 p.m. Sunday Bible School
which its senior citizens would Charlyle Fayton,club report- the day. Prayer service begins Tuesday at 7:30. The churchis begins at 10 a.m. Themorning service begins at 1130; a.m. 1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRUEPbin

be'robbed of the privilege of er, said Delta became aware, located at 1154 West 31st and .thenlght service at 8 p.m. Mrs. B. Goldson M. Goldsmith -

living their later years with and concerned about the problems is reporter 3535597PIC ,
which should involved the tolerat-
the dignity by Veterans who do not want
to ing of bad habits
belong everyone. reading long further education or train-

founder Miss Eartha of this M.M.nursing White home, before an Interest.the general public took In Ing finding are provided Job at assistance Veterans Doing The Thing N' SAVE; ; DAILY DISCOUNT I DRUGS

bad a dream several years This unique program stresses Assistance Centers in 21
of for the underprivileged and motor
ago caring phonics perceptual
large cities, as well as at
She home skills and is toward 'dvai hbb
geared ar '
VA offices locations of
for the aged known as the improving the child's self Image which are in the white pages HEJERVEO PRICES GOOD THRU WED. DEC .3 in MostStores

Mercy Hospital which cared and cultural background. of telephone directories. .
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60 INTO 870 VITALIS '4sSl I' 3 FOR 87o6tt

Q' N.ow, Want to, Go Into'

:,. ., fneiry. lisiiiss Although the Hickman, Ky. citizen shown above appears to be $$1 49 MOUTHWASH t
lonesome, he is intent on getting enough deadwood together CEPACOL
:. < from the river banks to provide himself with wood to heat the 20 OUNCE ,
Dry Cliiiiif Bisiiess Jenant bouse in which he lives. Farm loborers can now affordto I
burn coal purchased cooperatively at low cost. The Episcopal F

Church has helped. -Episcopal Photo .
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: 'Clittiii. BisiussRistirut '

Mrs. Gavin Dies .
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IU'IIII't'lll ,Death claimed Mrs. Maggie health gym Furneral services "" !iI"q'

Gavin, above, of 11(1 Logan will be Saturday at 2 p. HEAD
lisiim Street, November 24 at her m. In the Chapel of Wbittlng- WILKINSON '

lulirskip. residence, following a brief ton-Roger. Burial will be in J AND .
, "
illness. Mrs. Gavin, a native Greenwood Cemetary Sur- :'
viving relatives are(5)Daugh-:( ) .
ters: Mrs,Ruthle Mae Dorsey, ,R .
For Yourself Mrs. Nola M. Jones and Miss STEEL $fF x:
Business SHAMPOO
You Can Go Into' Bertha Hayes of this city, and : {x4i ,

Mrs. Lottie *N. Simmons, N, 'BLADES { Ra [
With As little As $S0000Fir : Y.C., Mrs. Ernestine cross FAMILY
(2)) Sons: Sgt: Freddie Gavin ,

... and Mr, Robin Gavin, Several
$111 Yn Cn Bi I Part Maser II A grandchildren, including:Mrs. 57C If: 97C

... Elizabeth Willis, Greatgrand;' fs .1'
Bisinss Cirpiritin (2)) Brothers: Mr, George and .
Slack ACT
A $1,1I.aDl Fred Jamison, City; Son-in- '

r .................................I.........r. law Mr.,Fred Mr Simmon Henry ,Dorsey City,Other and WHIT RAIN, $1.00 CHEi MYDlWY'/

relatives and sorrowing HAIR SPRAY BATH POWDER
NAME ---- friends. Whlttlngton-Rogers, DRY SKIN
E of Green Cove Samuel C, Rogers Director., oo!
j ADDRESS Springs, Fla., t'
lived in this city for a num- 63Ca.C IAOSIIE.
: CITY ---- ZIP CODE :I ber of years.' She was member 1301.
'I .. I of the Sunshine Sprlrtual ** *
'. Church, Mother Sarah E.Jones

j BLACK BUSINESS CONSULTANTS. : :, I .pastor- and served until her CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS
FL*. 32201 ; ;' McGinnis MissionanesnnouecesXmas CANDY

: Gentlemen;' ," q .'.. ',I.. PageantThe WALLETS 2 POUNDS$ i
:s H 5'-51
;: Sarah McGinnis Missionary Society of New Bethel A.M.E.

i 'I want (to invest. ., t ''' ,. .. ... "I Church, Rev, Elisha Jones pastor, will present a Christmas BROCHSJJ90vrnAiT.v I

: : ,, I Mj pageant at,6:30.Committee"The, Pageant of Light," Sunday' ; in the church auditorium 'NO. ONLY( '$1 1 ,4-4 XR.4 ,

Q To go into business : I = leaders are Mrs Elnora McBride, Mrs. Gertruce

1\ I Morse, Mrs. Beatrice Zelgler and Mrs Birdie Malbory,' DISCOUNT I DRUGS 1
C To be apart owner Ip a Black Business Corporation The with r 1 I
I........ .tI......................UUUIUU., will bo Young In People's of Department, Mrs Zelgler Incharge. .
charge the Sunday mornlngservice. ,.. ,.. H

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14! lbs chicken livers Into bite-size pieces.
1 i: rw ,with every bltp.DATENUT. three tablespoons flour 'i teaspoon salt H teaspoon
LOAF jepper and '* teaspoon garlic powder. Melt 2 tablespoons but- 1
': 1 cup sugar &he/o *t in skillet, brown livers on all side,. Remove from pan. with <:IpkiA :.t
1: !" cup .hortrnlnft 3tlr in 1 teaspoon flour, gradually add 1 cup sherry wine and
cook, stirring In brown bits from bottom and sides. Add liters
t I 1 Jar eggs Cerise Junior SquuhIti and heat to serving temperature. Delicious on rice or toast. When the climate outside b .I":
If.. a trifled Seer Serves 4. bright and warm try matching r,.
cups| 4 '
U iMwpoon .hiking powder CootergF.U your family's springtime mood
I Iruipoon smliM Make A Mince Meat CobblerSpicy by making dinner a festive event,
ItMpoon pelt Cook an elegant new dish, try ,
H teaspoon rlnnimon by Eth.l Moor -- serving a buffet,Instead of i iii|
'4 Irupoon rlmrt down dinner and .,
'4 cup chopped nut and winter gatherings are sometimes planned and r
H cup cat-up rfilra sometimes ipontaneous and with football icason, you might the dinner table with paper napkins ,', .
Cream nhorlrninf and sugar be having a group In before during or after the game. Hen folded in fancy shapo.. ;,(
until light and fluff?. Add rift art tome quick I and easy skillet recipes to have on the ready Instead of laying a rectangu- .;.....
r one *l a dime brallng. 'well and add to your collection of ideas for family or company lar-folded napkin next to the ,a'
Chicken Ii, of popular standby and this
after rich addition Blend In entertaining. course a silverware, tie dinner
in The Skillet Shrimp and the r napkin .1;"
..... Sift together flour, Oriental dish is a change taste.
q Stroganoff also sure to favorites into "Unsquare Knots" to i ,
Hamburger are prove In ;
baking* salt and .
'plen.. fleece '1 cup of theflour ORIENTAL CHICKEN on top plates.To
0 : mixture and combine U margarine w'il'h make open a Klecnei 'J'
expertl morning and have it ready to, with (he At\tt\ anil null. Add. 1 cup( '.- :) yer,quartered dinner napkin. Then bring. .;,.
you re tn )' flour mixture lo squash mixlure. i.4 juice thetwooppositecomerstogetha ...
baler novice in the, .* v hot and hearty atkitchen cup orange +as "
or a Stir dues and mils Into
snack time, 1 teaspoon ground ginger at the center. Fold this figure '
diM I'1.
you'll no
r iMlltr.Turn baltrr Into greased salt
J culty at all with thin quick. Flavored with null and 9x5x3,Inch loaf Preheat %1 teaspoon teaspoon garlic salt I in half lengthwise and again ill ..l; .r
Date Nut Loaf, Bake dates, thin appetizing loaf In; pan. thirds. Then tie a knot.
and eaiy oven lo 350 F. Bike for about 1 (S'4-ounce! << ) can pitted ripe olives,
it at your convenience. in the rite the taster with Iti richwwna ,on* hour or until bread Is done. t drained: and sliced Kleenex dinner napkins come'J';
j and confirm his delight 1 (5-ounce) can water chestnuts, in avocado green, Persian blue, v'':,"
drained and sliced and .,
1 white wine antique gold snow whitt :. :
2 tablespoons corn itarch to let you change springtime .:Pr
Kortkern Maxwell HOISI 2 tablespoons water color schemes at will

Heat margarine In 10-inch skillet over medium heat. Add
chicken and cook about 15 minutes turning as needed, until mince meat has been used In holiday fare since the fif.
Tissue Coffee brown on all sides; reduce heat. Stir together orange juice, teenth century. Though most commonly baked in traditional CUseyourWoodJePasta .\:
u"r around chicken add olive.,
salt. Pour
ginger salt garlic mince meat pies, it fits equally well in desserts like Mince Meat
low heat about 30
chestnuts and wine. Cover and cook over from the Borden Kitchen smartly combineaconvenience is popular whether ,
Cobbler. The recipe -it
chicken is tender, then place chicken pieces :
Roll ,lb. lag minutes or until foods for old-time flavor and modern day speed. tend toward
starch and you spaghetti.
on serving dish and keep warm Mix corn water of combining cannedreadymade I'":'
the cobbler Is merely a matter
blended; stir into mixture I In skillet. Cook, stirringconstantly orgoodoldfashionednoodles
until well c rind and brandy with II
until mixture comes to a boil and boils I one minute. apple pie-filling,grated orange from the jar. and here is .
Is" ;
I ready-to-use mince. meat which can be used "a a recipe ;I
10c 69c Spoon little sauce over chicken.. Serve remaining sauce sep The top of the cobbler is then crowned with spirals of dough that turns those old fashioned nncr:
arately. Makes 4 servings.HAMBURGER formed from refrigerated flaky rolls The final touch is a glaze, noodles" into new (fangled .sI I I
STROGANOFF brushed on the spirals when the dish emerges from the oven.
t UIIIt goodness! Cook one :,
1 Plnu' with eight r:>:
i "i" Corn 2 Ibs ground beet Mince Meat Cobbler ounce package of finely
cut ;'I
stick butter margarine (Makes about teriingi)
4 ( ) or
I Peas" QuanlltyRlght..rv.d f$5.otOr Mere 2 cup( i-oz.) cans sliced mushrooms, drained 1 ((1-lb. 9-oz.) can apple 2% cups (one 28-oz.jar) egg noodles according to pack ).',,'
Food 1 cup chopped onion pie-filling None Such Ready-to-Use age directions Drain. Mn "w
I N 303 Can 1 clove garjic} ,minced 1H teaspoons grated orange Mince Meat noodles with 1/2 cup butter and 'It''
STRUT mDOMsmtr 2 teaspoons salt rind 8 to 4 tablespoons brandy 1 cup firmly packed brown .wrv
) FLOAnA AviNtl FIlCiMSugar. '4 teaspoon pepper 1 ((9-oz.) package ButterCrelc.nt ,
LOJl.310llUCkMU lr6 until both
MIIW,I2IHSTMETJt ,. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Flaky Rolls sugar, are melted : ':r.
Bin Plate I \ EtT I8SIW,JIIHITPHTW ..5 iBS..49$ (. '4 cup flour Combine pie-fllling I with orange rind; spread. on bottom of buttered Add one eight-ounce package s. :.:
:; | illHIT. ) I101hONUAONITAEITss2MON0111EPA0A1IOaPOWNATTAN : 'n cup chili sauce 2-quart (12 x 7tt x 2-inch i ) shallow baking I dish. Combinemince of Bordo imported diced dates, ..,'"'
Mayonnaise / '.'liiit 1 ileise, iitk l'i! .cups dairy sour creamNoodles meat with brandy; spoon over apple lajer. Bake in moderate one tablespoon \lemon |juice car.'
or spaghetti ((376*F.) oven 10 to 15 minutes or until hot and bubbly. Open and one beaten egg, and mn :1'': I
Qt. !it' $5.00 ,fool fercbisesNeck Brown ground beef in a skillet In half of the butter. Addremaining rolls according to package directions Unroll and separate dough well. Bake in greased '
.. butter, mushrooms, onion, garlic I salt and pepper. Into triangles. Cut each triangle in half through its shorter one-quart '"jl':
V Yslda Fli. Saute until onions are golden and tender Add Worcestershiresauce dimension I ; twist each piece Into spiral shape.' Place spirals point .casserole at 350 for 30 minutes 'jr.1
Carriage Cub Brads A stir in flour, then chili sauce Just before serving blendin up, on hot mince meat mixture. Bake in moderate ((85'F.I)) ovenabout Serves six as a delicious ;.\.,
\ sour cream. Serve hot over cooked noodles or spaghetti. 12 to 14 minutes longer or until spirals are golden brown. side dish!
\ lee Cream litter Milk Makes servings.: Combine one cup confectioner sugar, one tablespoon each of
Fryers This orange juice and brandy; mix until smooth Brush on spirals.

Cal. SOS 'Ot. 25. I. '29t $ 2 pounds law SKILLET shrimp,SHRIMP cleaned and deveined Serve warm with orange garnish. ' JfARTfP OUT !.

'4 cup ( 4-pound) butter LOW SLUNG DOG E 'f f' IN ANCIENT
2 cloves garlic, finely minced ;'}sEGYPTIAN
t Smoted Short[ 11n'lfOfttll.t .: Slllct Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste tree YOU with Can youngsters bark up the and right help One cord runs up Into top can // WlZ.lflNG ASA :.
Tabasco sauce to taste'a to hold head In pla<'8. Jam ball
\ teaopoonWorceeterahlresauce keep America beautiful, by (In pouring hole for nose and'telchln PICTURE *I IM Va
Sausage. ChIck Roast Beef Liver 2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley children how to make .',Iue. Attach wheel.. using nail OF A. HOUl '.
Lemon wedgesIn things Cram Canada Dry Can> axle' Place washer between
medium-sized skillet heat butter and add the garlic and For Spar4acus, the low-slung wheel and board. Add tail '.jJ
: gait{ and cook the dog you need, three empty ._. _. _
lb. 5ge ,lb& 59 I.. 44. shrimp Sprinkle with pepper and parsley : j j J- J
shrimp turning frequently until they are white on the Inside cam wooden spools (eight
and red outside, about five minutes Add the Worcestershire small or four large), four Instant SEAFOOD CENTER
and Tabasco sauces to the butter In the skillet and spoon over coffee,jar tops, a small
the shrimp. Serve hot, over rice. and garnish with lemon rubber ball, a '6x12 'inch 13NMYRTLEAVE
Bones $1 OO wedges....Yield T( ;V.Four,!, : servings: '-vk ... ..,.. .",'board, one inch of plast.e\ tape, '
5 I lbs. :. '- ... A"SapiMiiiht" sgms eight1 cord washers, four nails and. FRESH FLAB GREEN LOBSTER
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coming Increasingly popular. horse the blower motor I SHADES OF IMAGINATION: NE W IDEAS!
They add a tailored finish to a operates efficiently and quietly -
L.fGJIT makes difference CONSUMER TALK about bed and eliminate bulky foldsat throughout the winter. log the shades. Their&
a the bottom which are the Most basic of motor maintenance scalloped teems were treated to
by Nancy Evans Resldentlal Lighting Specialist ELECTRIC usual cause of unwanted heat. U lubrication says I deep green trimming, acholn
General Electric, Nela Park BLANKETS : I As with all electric equipment General Electric's General the emerald of the sore and
look for the Underwriters Purpose Motor Department, ; ( piping on the white chain. For
by J. C. Penn fs Laboratories (X7L) seal a leading producer of furnace : : living-dining, room the fab-
c Home Economists when selecting an electric blower motors. Most blower : "r' tie was laminated to tmnalu-
blanket. The seal Indicates thatit motors, direct drive or belt- ..:' ; J \ cent ihad cloth to liter light
) f.
Control of environment for has been checked and certified .
drive, have sleeve bearings requiring without glare. They
man's comfort is a goal of to for safety. Also be eer. no re-oiling during the .... 'reverse-roll, at I"Jb't1;
day's scientist, and highly sophisticated tain that the blanket is guaranteed first three years of use. After ( : / t. ,' ;o as not to Interfere with the
solutions are being for a reasonable length I.
this, they should be oiled an
sliding doors to the terrace
planned. Excitement over such of time nually. Follow manufacturer's ir: 11,). ...
developments can overshadowthe directions or use just a few ji"I"t) I : "; : ,
environmental controls already Prepare For Winter drops of SAB 10 motor oil. ":" '
available such as the Remember overoiUng can be I(
electric blanket. as dangerous to the motor's .
The electric blanket Is engineered life as underoiling.Other "
to maintain constant .
... ,
throughout the ,
are: Clear the motor's ventilating "
night. Single or dual controls openings of dirt with a ..
at the head of the bed set the vacuum cleaner to prevent overheatlng. -'
desired temperature and regulate Tighten all bolts .1
the flow of electric current and mounting brackets to
F4#., through strong waterproof vibration and noise. reduce If ,Laminated thailea continue a fresh, prdea look at the windows
plastla Insulated wires threaded Ift the motor U belt-driven, ad- ._ Ilvingdining room.
through channels In the Just tension of fan belt so it Laminated window shades, partment stores everywhere.
Graceful fabric valances concealing fluorescent tubes behind blanket. Thermostats placed at
them demonstrate how easily toda)'. lighting Ideas can be dap-' Intervals along the wiring automatically gives slightly. made of decorative fabric Robert Houseman, well
: U additional is
ted to any design period. Table lamps are well scaled and prop cut oft the current required bonded to regular shade cloth, known designer and laminated
F A .
rrl.T located for reading.. bed. U the blanket becomes too contact a qualified make it possible to coordinatewindow chief of Modern B<(editor.ill.\\ tttti ".I. a.
warm. shop with experience and a treatment with virtually them for a Iremp roll look for a. bed.
equipment to provide fast dependable room window will
Most of us will spend at Many teenagers use their Host of today's electric any decorating scheme. scaled contemporary
least a third of our lives In our bedrooms for study areas. blankets,are soft light acrylic. ,authorized service Electric such Motor as Service GE: Originally, laminated shades In a compact city apartment I I I 1 Conversely, designer John"
bedrooms and In terms of dec These should have portable They machine wash well and ,I were custom order only. Now Having papered the ceiling with Hayden used a striped pattern
oration and liGht. table lamps, advisedly those should not be dry cleaned; im L .nearest The is listed repair In shop the thanks to Improved techniques, a canopy of luscious green and | laminated to room-darkening
; '., Ing. these rooms recommended by the Better proper dry cleaning fluids may Yellow of telephone costs have been rut considerably white cabbage roses he r. (had. cloth In a amall,'traditional '
'f Pages your
a are among the Light Better Sight Bureau. corrode the Insulation. Fitted >The heating season is here: and they are available peated the handsome point at bedroom. .
most commonly They- are designed to provide electric blankets are also be Make sure your furnace work directory through shade thorn and de- eye level by laminating match I _L _
\ overlooked. light over a generous area, .. u
/ Probably this while eliminating the harsh
.-... is because darkness transition from a very darkto
1. is so necessary a very well,lighted area, a SAVE qTg
*\ for restful common cause of eye strain. Fsg efJfJK- fJUT: t'OO /E. .
and relaxing sleep but well. General room Illuminationused .
planned lighting Is equally Important in conjunction with '
for other activities study lamps will also help "' Family fun Begins At Home
such as dressing studying avoid harsh "poolsT! of light. .
gropmlng and reading. e tig: ..

Today's combination of Shielded fluorescent lamps I =' NO MATTER WHETHER yOU PREfER FONDUE HltACHI 0* JUST
smaller bedrooms and larger can be installed underneath nTS i 'A GOOD OLD pAmoue wr HOME COOKING/ IN o. OUT is INI
beds requires lighting that ,
shelves to provide illumination
will "push back" the walls and
on a work surface. To
make the rooms appear large avoid having the light reflect o Of THE FAMILY JOIN -IN THI FIXING AS WELL AS THE FEEDING
er. Simple, but effective! wall directly into the eyes of the L t 1 '., JUST REMEMBER WHEN YOU Off YOUR MENU HEADY...
Illumination will do this as person seated at the study 1I '
well as provide general, overall area, mount.. the tubes at the 1.1 s WINN-DIXIE IS THE ,PLACE TO START!
lighting. front of the shelf not
e against the wall. f QES '
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If You Hate a draperled For dressers or dressing D St ,
window, consider Installing a tables use a pair of portable
lighted cornice of valance for lamps one for each side of PRICES GOOD ALL WIIK..NOV 31-DIC. 3 '
adding drama and beauty to the face The lamps shouldbe .1 1"rlrawr
the room. tall enough so the centerof ltlt week
Several solutions are available the shades are even with w1 LN Ne wsupon. 1
for your cheeks. Highly translucent "
reading Individual "
swing away lamps can be white shades are a FREE BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED MM ""'N.f.,
mounted on either side of the "must" to insure ample lightof "'
x <
bed to provide light for readIng the right color for make.up. 5 PRINT !

In conjunction with gener Want to know more about
al room lighting. lighting the bedroom Write
Lighted fluorescent wall for "Light Makes the Difference 5'M
brackets mounted on the wall Bedroom", a colorful,
behind the headboard can well.Illustrated booklet filled ._..... {
produce the same effect! and with lighting tips and suggestions. AMERICAN:'CHEES E mop
can provide light on the wall Single copies are avail :
and celling. Remember to able from the Inquiry Bureau 'SWISTCHIESE . 55PiMENtb .
specify Deluxe Warm White 230-5524. General Electric Com- s 420". LB. t Btw ,
whenever buying fluorescent pany, Nela Park Cleveland CHEESE. .69
lamps. Ohio 44112.
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Affluence Raises Budget'For All BEEF FRANKS.79' LfAN/oIEATYPORIC


Added Wall Decor FISH STICKS . . 99* . .

' ; 'Chicago';(NFS)' u The dcsirlKb ,i chooses arc likely to be'larger in .

/,men Jittcfult'IU'ludovsor'. size: $q,they,na tl/raUX c9st more. ROUND STEAK.98' asP -
or' ''ttyrfjOHjOftrispMng) "Americani I. "In- J 964. for instance the ,
to spend a :record amount ol homemaker in search of s good I
money In decorating their homes,,, plate (lass mirror, with an attractive w D GRAND USDA CHOICE CORN FED BEN NEW roar DRINKS/
according to interior design con, frame for her entrance foyer 1 $ 1.
sultant Mary Ann wills usually planned on paying around STEAKS -.
In explaining recent changes in S35," the consultant recalled. AH FIAVO S- I
family spending patterns, Miss "In 1969 the average expend!. t
Wills noted that in 1964, she ture for a hall mirror ls closer to 1I
suggested budgeting about $822 $60, and some go to $100 or U I11 I CHASE AND SANBORN ALL GRINDS -., $!
. to be spent over 1 10.year periodon more for heavily ornamented I ous

.: home.wall decor for the average period The styles.woman" who admired a I'fl'I I1 ,

Today with s greater variety pair of $fj or $20 candle sconces
: of wall accessories available to s few years back may now prefer, of fee ft $

match growing family affluence, a massive multi-arm sconce and [ z>
\. she predicts that some families think little of spending from $40 I
. may spend closer to $1,000 and to over $100 I to get the effect she

4 possibly more.' wants for I dining room wall,' LiMIt 11 C"M 01 tK.i. ,.../.,00 tf.wt rYNf.N tMMl..v' ilf-rtHM p H 5w=i it
"While it's still possible to doa according to Miss Wills. .- ; '
.. good wall decorating job with a And then there are additional ASTOR All ..IIND'COFFEE m H H I SmV efftcii*WOt IMAM C'ACMM NW, C"BIN INN.IW Ore
limited budget the fact 4s that rooms to be considered in arriving .f.W *
more families want to do more at a total budget. The 1964 estimate PORK & BEANS 411 (. ywr 49' 1 StfSJfFBAWflSSUE" .3/89

with their walls, and arc willing to Included wall decor for the bAIBY r OOD . . .9 ::;. CAN:: WM& I1 CAKE. . ..1 ,
spend more for accessories that typical reception foyer living 1 I '
weren't available until now," Miss room dining room,bedroom area
Wills. said. hallway three bedrooms, and s .l! /

This trend Is clearly reflected family room. W.I/a* .T7.7T.: : : 41./ CHILI \w/BEANS/ e 3/M./ DINNER ROLLS .2/39' H
in MIX
the more elaborate designs Introduced The 1969 budget also takes ,. . 0iO1O"-'
each year by such corn- into account the kitchen bath 10' I CATSUP0' 6/M./ } ,2/69'
panics as Arabesque of Traverse rooms and powder room, which . PAPlRTdWELS . 4/n./ . e . 'D-iEO'DORANT ; ; ; 1 Ib
Mich whom she have emerged as real showplaces CJQRNCAKE-MIX..43' br C..t/NV OAlOIN
City serves as 301 c. !H'"rrMio N.
. decorating consultant. in many homes and apartments \ |ALA OIL' ... . 69' APPLE SAUCE . */$!. SWEET PEAS . . 5l./ l.' \ aJjRAYS '10D ,
today'shomemaker "Regardless of how much
Generally speaking you
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9 N.' 101 c. '.0.
Is buying fewer items spend enjoyment should! be the t.ORN OIL CKETBElNS 6//$1 l. "
COCKTAIL 5/'l./ . .
for some rooms than she would key factor In your selection and 4 PEANUT BUTTER 79e Il fRUIT . RESERVES . . 390W
have five years ago, according to use of decorative accessories" 46. iN01rIr M.'D' 10 CAI "' $
Miss Wills. Out the pieces she Miss Wills emphasized. kW ORANGE DRINK . 4/'l. . 5

What's Afoot tnetut i/i M .4 Decorating turn AA tu.s Dimmn I THRIFTY MAID ,

By Mirth Svkn 1

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.H: -. : here's the "how" to meal planning and creative cookery. = ,

:: us Cut l"i Ibs, chicken livers Into bite-she pieces Sprinkle
.with every bite. with three tablespoons flour/ 4 teaspoon salt, V* teaspoon
!; DATE-NUT LOAF epper and >* teaspoon garlic powder Melt 2 tablespoon but with I
I tap sugar Gl ttthle/; ;er in skillet brown livers on all sides Remove from pan. P2<:Ipki & l' c
:: '4 eup shortening Stir in 1 teaspoon /flour gradually add 1 cup sherry wine and
> raga cook, stirring In brown bits from bottom and aide. Add liNers
I Jar Gerber Junior Squash and neat to serving temperature. Delicious on rice or toast. When the climate outside k 'I''
1)4 tap. .Iflml. flour Serves 4. bright and warm, try matchw. 'r.
!1 teaspoon baking powderI Cooterg u 4 your family's springtime mOOd

teaspoon soda Make A Mince Meat Cobbler by making dinner a festive even
li teaspoon salty Cook an elegant new dish, \try .
teaspoon cinnamon by Ethel Moor serving a buffc(instead of a tit
!< teaspoon cloves down dinner and .
!i cup chopped null'i Fall and winter gathering are sometimes planned and decorate ,"-
I cup cut-up dun sometimes spontaneous and with football In season, you mightbe the dinner table with paper nap ,".
Cream shortening soil sugar having a group In before during or after the game. Her kins folded in fancy shape ,;,t
1I"IIIII.hl and fluffy. Add eggs are some quick i and easy aklllet recipe* to have on the ready b fly Instead of laying a rectangu.larfolded "'.
r one al a Jinte, beating well and add to your collection of idea for family or company napkin next to the i'"
after each addition. Blend. IN entertaining Chicken li, of course, a popular standby and this silverware, tie dinner ;
Is in The Skillet and the I napkin .u.
squash. Sift together Hour, Oriental dish a change taite. Shrimp
baking powder, coda, ..It. andpiers. Hamburger Stroganotf are also sure to prove favorite into "Unsquare Knots" to 1 IIJ ,;
;. Rnerre U sup of the ORIENTAL CHICKEN on top of plates

I ............... -T 0 I floor mixture and..combine. U 1- cup margarine dinner To make open Then a Kleen ',1'
napkin .
with the lilies and .Ia Add ', bring
Whether an expert horning and haw it ready to 1 ((2 4-pound))fry r,quartered ;
you re flour mixture to squash mix JuiceI ( i--rw the twooppositecomers ,
baker novice in thekitrhen serve hot and hearty at 4 cup orange togetha rat "
or a lure. Stir dales and null Into teaspoon ground ginger the center. Fold this
you'll have no difficulty snack time figure .
I' b.uer.Turn bailer Into greased9z5x8 1 teaspoon salt
Flavored'with 1 Iin half
and lengthwise and
nut ,
i at all with this quick- Inch loaf Preheatoven U garlic salt again ill a 1 I
Loaf, Bake date. this appetizing loaf In.; pan. teaspoon thirds. Then tie knot Dal..Nut lo ISO F. Bake for about 1 (3'i-ounce? ) can pitted ripe olives, a
it at your convenience In the vile the taster with its rich drained and diced Kleenex dinner napkins
: .on* hour until! bread Is done. come ';+I'J
aroma and confirms his delight 1 S-ounce) can water chestnuts, $ w in avocado green, Persian blue, .r'':"

1 drained whit wine and l sliced .. antique gold, and snow white .;,.:,
2 cup tablespoon corn starch 1 to let you change springtime ..,,:,
'North Unwell InuTissue 2 tablespoons water .,- :;' E3 color schemes at will

Heat margarine In 10-inch skillet over medium heat. Add
chicken and cook about 15 minute, turning* needed, until fare since the fif-
Coffee all sides reduce heat Stir together orange juice, Spicy mine meat has been used in CUse \\
brown on ; teenth century. Though most commonly baked in traditional yOur Woodle }=
salt and garlic salt Pour around chicken; add olive,
1 ginger dessert like Mince Meat
well In
mince meat pies, It fits equally
low heat about
cook 30
and wine Cover and over
chestnuts Cobbler. The recipe from the Borden Kitchen smartly combines Pasta is popular whether ,oil;
f III minute until chicken II I tender, then place chicken piece
Roll It or flavor and modem day apeed
food for old-tim.
convenience tend toward
on serving dish and keep warm Mix corn starch and water canned you spaghetti "!+;
stir into mixture in skillet Cook, stirring Making the cobbler is merely a matter of combining macaronlorgoodoldfashionet ,
until well blended; rind and brandy\\ith. "11r
f constantly until mixture comes to a boil and boil one minute. readymade apple pie-filling,grated orange oodles and here
ready-to-us*mince meat,which can be used"a*is" from the Jar. ; is a recipe r::
10c 69eLimit little l sauce over chicken Serve remaining sauce sep
: Spoon a Th top of the cobbler i II then crowned with spirals of dough that turns those "old fashioned "I' '
arately. Makes 4 servings formed from refrigerated /flaky rolls. The final touch Is a glaze, noodles" into new (angled yl I;.
t. HAMBURGER STROGANOFF brushed on the spiral when the dish emerge from the oven.
I Please' 'II goodness one eight. fit:
Aral Corn 2 lbs, ground beefi Mince Meat Cobbler ounce package of finely
cut :'J
Makes about 8 servings)
cup ((1 stick) butter or margarine (
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No. 303 Cm 1 clove garjic, minced 1H teaspoons grated orange Meat 'I"
2 teaspoons salt 3 to 4 tablespoon brandy
3701 IDOKMiN ITMIT TlUO "T"UT. rind 1 cup firmly packed brown .'i','
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Worcestershire Rolls
1 111 UIT Hit TMIT IOIIW 'IJlklTMEf : 1 teaspoon lauceU Crescent Flaky
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Mayonnaise I ';Ulit.1 iris titfc l'i cupadairysour cream meat with brandy, spoon over apple la>'er.Bake in moderate one tablespoon) lemon juice. ',',
Noodles or spaghetti until hot and bubbly. Open
((375'F) oven 10 to 15 minutes or and one beaten egg and mm '!tr
it 49t 5.00 food prelawfc Brown ground beef In a skillet in half of the butter Add rolls according to package directions Unroll and separate dough well. Bake in
__ _. remaining butter, mushrooms, onion, garlic I salt and pepper. Into triangles Cut each triangle in half through its shorter one-quart 've'
!\ ViNe fla. Saute until onions are golden and tender, Add Worcestershire dimension 1 ; twist each piece into spiral\shape. Place spirals, point casserole at 350 for 30 minutes 'iri
Carriage Club Grade A sauce, stir in /flour, then chili sauce. Just before serving, blendIn up,on hot mince meat mixture. Bake in moderate ((3 5'F.) ovenabout Serves six as a delicious .;.,;
sour cream Serve hot over cooked noodles or spaghetti.! 12 to 14 minutes longer or until spirals are golden brown. side dish I
\ lie CreaM litter Milk Uelo Makes 8 servings" Combine one cup confectioneis' sugar, one tablespoon each of
Fryers orange juice and brandy; mix until smooth Brush on spirals.

Cal. 50 at. 25 It '29 2 pounds raw SKILLET shrimp,SHRIMP cleaned and develned Serve warm with orange garnish TIIE TARftP OUT !.'.

!'i cup ( '*pound) butter LOW SLUNG DOG I0 fP IH AMC.IEMT
2 cloves garlic, /finely minced P'T'I ""IWlZlflNG
Slated Short(f LlD11Jfftlllt... Select Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste You can bark up the right One cord runs up Into top canto t'tJ ,, AsA
tree with and
youngster help.
Tabasco sauce to taste hold head in place. Jam ball
I' '4 teaspoon Worcestershire keep America beautiful, by in pouring hole for nose and rl'TUZE! : fiGN \I

Sausage Chuik Roast Beef liverlb. 2 tablespoons Lemon wedge finely chopped parsley thing teaching from children Canada how Dry to make cans. .a glue* axle, Attach Place wheels washer, using between nail OF A flOU L f 1V

In medium-sized skillet, heat butter and add the garlic and For Sparjacui, the low-slung wheel and board Add tail
59 ::1.. 59c .. It .4ge' shrimp Sprinkle with salt, and parsley and cook the dog, you need three .mpty..L.- __ -
: until:
shrimp, turning frequently, they are white on the Inside cans. wooden spools (eight
and red outside, about five minutes Add the Worcestershire small or four large), four instant SEAFOOD CENTER
and Tabasco sauces to the butter In the skillet and spoon over coffee,jar tops, a small !
)the shrimp Serve shot, over rice. and garnish with lemon rubber ball a '6x12 }f inch!

Neck -Bones $1 OO" :wedges. yfeld;..Four.. servings' \ *. J.. '.'board, one inch of plastic tape,' '
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less : r' \ eight nails sndsgm
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tap two cans together. LIVE CRABS .,........................................Ib. $1.50
Woston Beef Special! Line up seams.Leave one lid ROE MULLET IXT."FANCY .......................,., IB. 45'
with hole exposed for tail

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lunar aubatitute e*-chew* the
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bills and IAllKAMfWlCM;;; .
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COFFEE discourage their children from f
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-, coming Increasingly popular. horse the blower motor SHADES OF IMAGINATION NE'! IDEAS!

LtGHTmakes differenceby {CONSUMER TALK about They and add eliminate a tailored bulky finish foldsat to abed operates ly throughout efficiently the winter.and quiet fist fabric ;th shades.

a the bottom which are the Moat basic of motor maintenance walloped hem were ,..
Nancy Evans Residential Lighting Specialist ELECTRIC usual cause of unwanted heat. is lubrication, says deep green irlnunlnf, :
General Electric Nela Park BLANKETS : I As with all electric equipment General Electric's General the emerald of the sofa
look for the Underwriters Purpose Motor Department, : ,rat piping on the white TMlI
by J. C. Penn y.s m* Laboratories (tILl seal a leading producer of furnace ':' ; :;, this saving-dining room,
. Home Economists ifl when selecting an electric blower motors Most blower r ric! WM laminated to
blanket. Th seal indicate thatIt motors direct drive or belt- ..: ... : : If ant thud doth to Alter
Control of environment for ha been checked and certified drive have sleeve bearings requiring .:' without (lira. They were
,. man's comfort Is a goal of today's for safety. Also be cer. no re-oiling during the l" 'reverse-roll, at ailing
scientists, and highly sophisticated tain that the blanket Is guaranteed
\. Bret three years of use After 1 9I ;a it not to interfere with the
solutions being for a reasonable length '
are this they should be oiled annually sliding doors to the terrace.
planned. Excitement over such of time. .
Follow manufacturer's '
I' '
overshadow J ". I liming' I !|
'I development can directions or use Just t few I :
the environmental controls already Prepare For WinterL drops of SAB 10 motor oil ,
available such as the Remember overtoiling can be .
electric blanket. as dangerous to the motor'slife ..
blanket Is
The electric engineered as under-oiling .Y
to maintain a constant Other maintenance steps : ... '
temperature throughout the are: Clear the motor's ventil ,. uII :'
night Single or dual controls sting openings of dirt with a
. at the head of the bed set the vacuum cleaner to prevent orerheatlng. -' ,
desired temperature and regu Tighten all bolts It
Ie late the now of electrlo current and mounting brackets to
," rr through strong waterproof vibration and noise. If laminated bades continue a fresh, garden look al alas windows
i' plastic Insulated wire threaded the motor II' belt-driven, adJust In aliving-dining room. .
through channels in the tension of fan belt so it Laminated window shades stores everywhere
laGraceful fabric partment
valances concealing fluorescent tubes behind blanket. Thermostats placed at
thorn demonstrate how easily today's lighting Ideas can be adap intervals along the wiring automatically gives slightly. made of decorative fabric Robert Houseman well
ted to any design period. Table lamps are well scaled and proprrly cut off the currentif It additional service is required bonded to regular shade cloth, known designer and Umlmled
located for contact a qualified coordinatewindow chief of Modern A ttodo males a
reading In bed. the blanket becomes too hake it possible to .
J' shop with experience and a treatment with virtually them for a editor.ln'l tromps Torll look far a bml
warm. .
equipment to provide fast dependable room window walk
Most of us will spend at Many teenagers use their Most of today's electric any decorating scheme scaled contemporary
I' least a third of our lives In our bedrooms for study areas. blankets.are soft light acrylic service such at OSauthorised Originally laminated shades In a compact city I, Conversely, designer John
Electric Motor Service 1
.1', bedrooms and In terms of decoration These should have portable They machine wash well and j were custom order only. Now, Having papered the ceiling witha Hayden used a itrlped pattern
Station. The
"I and lightIng table lamps, advisedly those should not be dry cleaned; improper L nearest you is listed repair in shop the thanks to Improved techniques, canopy luscious green and | laminated to room-darkening
these rooms recommended by the Better dry cleaning fluids may Yellow Pages of your telephone cost have been cut considerably white cabbage roses he repeated sjiadt cloth: in a assail,'iradlo,
are among the Light Better Sight Bureau corrode the insulation Fitted heating season II here: and they are available the handsome point at tional bedroom.COOKOUT. .
I'J most commonly They are designed to provide electric blankets are also be Make sure your furnace work. directory through shade shops! and d.I .- eye level by laminating match I
Iph',: I' 'overlooked light over a generous area, ', .I I I -
I':" Probably this while eliminating the harsh
.I:r I Is because dark. transition from a very darkto
L ;5 'nesa Is' neces a very well-lighted area, a SAVE qr
sary for restful common cause of eye strain : COOK-lN.
and relaxing sleep, but well. General room Illuminationused % 'ffl\ .
planned lighting Is Important in with I
equally conjunction _
.Vb: for other activities study lamps will also help .. fyml/y Fun Begins At ffomeNO /
such as dressing, studying, avoid harsh "pools'( of light.
\h\ : grooming and reading o Vtbjtv\; \ "' 1

.,_,,., To d a y'1 combination of Shielded fluorescent lampscan NO MATH WHETHER YOU PEEPER FONDUE HIIACW O* JUST
smaller bedrooms and larger'I't. be installed underneath I' l A GOOD OLD lAMfQUE W, HOME COOKING 'IN OR OUT IS INI'
beds !
requires lighting
shelves to
provide Illumination
,i: will "push back" the walls and on a work surface To
+ifij make the rooms appear largo avoid having the light reflect e o + Of THE FAMILY JOIN IN' THE flXING AS WELL AS THE FEEDING?
JII'| ,, er. Simple, but effective, wall directly Into the eyes of the i JUST RfMfMIU WHEN YOU GET YOUR MENU READY.
.:f. illumination will do this as person seated at the study
''.' well as provide general overall area, mount the tubes at the IS THE PLACE TO STARTI!
.> lighting front of the shelf not ___4.l: /
'',' ., against the wall. F '
( '
/ If You Hate a draperled For dressers or dressing on ,
v r window consider installing a tables use a pair of portable
vo< lighted cornice of valance for lamps one for each side of' PliCES000DALLW1IK".NOYl/
'.,,,;, adding drama and beauty to the face. The lamps should / ill I III \ I r
? .. the room., be tall enough so the center 111''h w t'k 1 +
,;'.", Several solutions are available of the shades are even with wlnlNS
' for your cheeks Highly translucent
reading. Individual. ""'
'-,''i' swing away lamps can be white shades are a FJREE i BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED .N,
!i' I mounted on either aide of the "must" to insure ample light ,( ONE i
':VJIi bed to provide light for reading of the right color for makeup N Ji'iyipgwr ;

,. in conjunction with generirl Want to know more about NLwI MY+. I
'.Isjr al room lighting.Lighted lighting the bedroom Write : 9c BACONAMERTCAN
fluorescent wall for "Light Makes the Differ .
brackets mounted on the wall ence, Bedroom", a colorful,
behind the headboard can well.Illustrated booklet filled / aLJCgfO
-- produce the same effect and with lighting tips and suggestions. nu .59c
.r... ,
can provide light on the wall Single copies are available
'! and celling Remember to from the Inquiry Bureau SWiSS'CH'lESE . 55plMTNtb .
specify Deluxe Warm Whites 80-5524. General Electric Company I Slit Z O' LB.
whenever buying fluorescent Nela Park Cleveland, CHEESE. .1 .6rtc
lamps. Ohio 44112.

I Affluence Budget' ,. "..,,,..,",,.. W-BRAND
COCKTAIL .1.1 3/89'/ SAVI 5CJc 3
,. .{ ., ,:. SPARE'RIBS 20 La GR. BEEF
tl For Added Wall Decor FISHSTICKS.99c . .

i. #.''Chicago iNfS), The desire chooses arc likely' to be'larger in

.:" Tor,more'-tasteful! I, twiurious! jur\ -1 jize: ?o.t(hey naturally c9l more. ...... ROUND STEAK. I 31 AVI 98'
it Nhtidl7jJ t J ii6pu'lng;'Americans ''In-! 1964, for instance, 'the .1 *
to spend ,record amount of homlmakcr in search of I good '
money In decorating their homes, plate glass mirror with an attractive q ,
according to interior design consultant frame for her entrance foyer \ STRIP stlAKS. $PCHASE
Mary Ann Wills, usually planned on paying around I | sitvvl is
In explaining recent changes In $35," the consultant recalled. ?

family. spending patterns Miss "In 1969, the average expend!
Wills noted that in 1964 she lure for a hall mirror Is closer to 1 ri1
suggested budgeting about $822to $60, and some go to $100 or I AND SANBORN ALL GRINDSoffee
be spent over a 10.year periodon more for heavily ornamented
wall decor for the average period styles."
The woman who admired a
home.Today, with a greater variety pair of $ft or $20 candle sconces
of wall accessories available to a few years back may now prefer, car 1
match growing family affluence, a massive multi-arm sconce and
she predicts that some families think little of spending from $40to
may spend closer to $1,000 and over $100 I to get the effect she

t possibly more, wants for a dining room wall, .. 59.
1MII MlM W llKKM/ 00 a"1 IAITOI nMwIpAeeip..n
"While it'astlD possible to doa according to Miss Wills. I

good wall decorating job with* And then there are additional 1l All OejNDI aaM.w.oawM.,,.,Y..1wW1MWnpMIMWINwK.101 a.enNa tYla ea
limited budget, the fact 4s that rooms to be considered in arriving { ,
more families want to do more al a total budget. The 1964 esti >PORK& BEANS. 4/1.4/ i',+'.. '4r COFFEE L,, 4ge tau. S CCAD' NAFER
with their walls, and arc willing to mate Included wall decor for the -''> CAN CAN 1 3I81,9

spend weren't more available for until accessories now," Miss that room typical dining reception room, bedroom foyer, living area I IitD.v.::: / r. t i ROIt l l CAKE',1/1,1 i

Wills. said hallway three bedrooms and a 4/39'/ 2 YriV R5 ftKlj.' 1 ,
TwivtwHut .w.ii
saran iV"w:
This trend Is clearly reflected family room. Z pin /W Twr. Con .iV>i.i<><>o4 1 : /nratir /$ ROLLS
4/$1./ CHILI i. 12139
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In the more elaborate designs Introduced The 1969 budget also takes BROWNIE MIX 11. e ..
each year by such companies into account the kitchen, bathrooms u xw.'j 'Tiiy La'Kr'ii'j's.' : I'" '" "'" .10 I )HONEY BUNS II2169

'b as Arabesque of Traverse and powder room, which ,? S PAPERTOWEIS II 11..4/$1./ CATSUP . II 6/1. g DES"DORANT 1
City Mich., whom, she serves as have emerged as real showplaces ORNCAKE MIX N1 IOJ c..'HI""...''D No>r0/ee 11111 OA'O' 1.1.11
decorating consultant. in many homes and apartments .691 APPLE SAUCE . 6/$1./ SWEET PEAS a . 5/$1./ IIN V d,BRAYS '111 111 '10 1

Generally speaking today's "Regardless of how much you AtNoil a 1 N. sore..AlTO' ''N. 161<..,".,,'"""Aiocu'' HAIR SPRAY , ,49 e
homemaker is buying fewer items spend enjoyment should be the FRUIT COCKTAIL .5/$1./ GREEN BEANSccMilk a 6j1/ ).
for some rooms than she would key factor In your selection and PFANUT BUTTER 79 a a e a e e PRESERVES/ .
11. '""" '0110
have five according to use of decorative accessories" .... "."" (
years ago
._ Miss Wills. But the pieces she Miss Wills emphasized, ORANGE DRINK e e 4/$1./ KIDNEY BEANS . .6/$1./

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I Black Heritage "Programs Received Acclaim In ,Many Major Cities I

Pfytshrgb# Festival Drew Memphis Black ; Will Help Minorities, Tennessee State Gets SAM

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7 ,OOO Dlrlll Gall Shows Firm Joins In t Foundation Award

WASHINGTON Programs dealing with black heritage and culture Merger Setll'MEMPHISPoweU NASHVILLE:-The S4H Foundation lectures. I I

were developed in many cities as apart of youth programs :, Inc, of New YorkClty, The theme of the 1969-70 .t\

offered In the summer of 1969, a class on the role oIl blackIn > Communion has awarded Tennessee State series Is "Some Imperativesin
and black University a $2,000 grant for Contemporary Higher Edu
St. Paul the Inner City women In society a In Memphis
a pioneer -
Youth, League developed a drama group. Youth Unlimited Inc. the academic year 1969-70 cation", according. to Dr.At-
black entrepreneurship l
black history program which sponsored several direct- .Inaugurating: the StHFoun- chison. .
and a recently became a wholly- dation OLectureshlp Series. Other speakers and their
utilized community people action activities including
owned subsidiary of theM-T
visiting lecturers from local consumers' attain project.Los I Tennessee State is one of topics are Dr. Robert Blake-
Co. here
colleges and universities. Angeles sponsored the Manufacturing The M-T Manufacturing, Co. .more than 200 colleges and I". Professor of Education,

Youth participated! drama People-Venice, a community' was organized in August of j ;,universities across the country Syracuse University, "The

sessions featuring events In arts center. Students were 1969 to acquire the assests participating in the lectureship Butterfly," January 20, and .'1

I the history of blacks in America taught .African ,dance and ,of Powell, Communion andthenoffer program. Dr. Frederick D. Patterson, i
and Tainted portraits of drums, produced a Lanston 65,000 shares of common Established 1960 u a part''of President Pbelps-Stokes '".
black heroes inside the ICYL Hughes play, and wrote original r the Sperrr and Hutchison Fund, Inc, New York City,
stock to the public.
University r' 'Aid to Education Program President of Tuske-
building.In playa The formerly
"The stockholders of'M-T 3F 1 1
San Antonio Project FREE,', of the Streets program In are those who 1 ''these lectures are in the fields gee Institute, "Imperatives in

a family service program, Venice employed College held Manufacturing stock In Powell Communion L I. of Public:affairs and the social the Black Colleges Today",'.

sponsored stow featurlngtheblack Work-Study students to teach explained Lee Vlckey sciences. April 14. 'i
and Spanish speaking black and brown students firm Dual in purpose, they are All lectures will be held In .
founder of the
cultures la long and dance. In Washington a program of which Powell bears his name. "In (1)) to enrich established undergraduate .the Auditorium of the AdmI- .l

A, Pittsburgh youth group African drum and dance was' order to secure enough equity and graduate cur nistratlon Building on Cen- :.;
call TOGETHER, Inc. planned offered at the Kenyon Back- the two scholarship public and tennis Boulevard at 8:00 p. iy
and" a blackarts Black Drama we merged liTr experts Into direct .,
'coordinated yard Center. panies to facilitate our plansto F : m. ;
festival attended by ,70,000. Inc., wrote produced and public." and informal contact with, Dr. Vallen who formerly -&

Simultaneous stage shows .presented its own plays. Powell go Communion, which faculties and students; and taught at Fisk University, has ,1
were 'presented. The unit Philadelphia's Recreation will retain its product lden-v ((2)) to extend and strengthenthe been Acting Associate Com- :"

sponsors a youth-run bookstore Department sponsored the Arthur makes dispos- Influence of the sponsoring missioner since September, ,:,1;
Hararcbee, which features Hall Dancers. Workshopsdrew able), communion plasltc with peel- Robert Shaw (Center) Director of Equal Employment Programs in the New,YorF school through its constituency having been Deputy Associate 'h

black-oriented materials. more than 6,500 young off for religious cup services. vision of Human RllIlts bids goodbye to Commissioner Robert Mangum (RIght),, a", after and the nearby community Commissioner last year, He ,,;
people. Identical to the gates almost 10 years with the Division is Joining Anthony Kane Associates?:Multi-City: Exe of Education i
The Martin Luther King Teen New York? 'City sponsored a The cup used In churches cutive Placement Company as Manager of its General Corporate Division. AnUiojiy Kane, The first of the series In1965 ling In the Bureau '')

Center in Denver was the decentralized Title iprogram variety with many Juice, President of the employment service ,Joins. the two men. Shaw will help Industry,attract brought Dr.Preston E.Vallen of Higher Education In the V
is pre-fiUed
scene of teaching by volunteer based on local needs and in with a wafer (or bread grape)placed skilled minorities for executive posts. :.. J. Acting Associate Commis- division of graduate programs. H

school teachers in the area of, :terests. Ideal'for I. :rt I sioner fro Higher Education, He. had been In FederalGov'eminent .v
in the lid. military
black history.On In St. Louis the West S t. use -- the largest customer fC !.(. '., UJS Office of Education, : service previously. r,
August weekends more Louis Ecumenical Parish Program communion will keep "Through. Washington, D.C., his topic He has served in the Uj5. "w

than 1,000 loner-city youth was a glorious success. for the 18 months without cup reIn- Miss. Get B was "Renewal and change: Army(European Theater),and ),II l
attended festival activities featuring This program started youth Must We Change Merely for has taught at Columbia University

the "Soul) Taking Over" businesses. One group of 20 geration.One of a growing number of the Sake of Change; and Brooklyn College.He .
rock and roll group a varietyof Inner-city youth manufactured formed In The presentation of tl.e grant has also served with the
African tribal dances performed signs and license plates bearing Negro umbrella was made to the University Driver Research Center of
by the Afro-Heritage such slogans as "Black of Memphis the city's, under$4-mUlIooGred- Medgar Evers Fund District Representative E.A. N.Y. State and has served in :

Dancers and the Black,Work Power" Orders were solicited the Pollard of tire Sperry and projects in India and Nigeria.The :
er MemnMs Prograpi,
shop Dancers. The African Youth employees received Hutchison Company. AccordIng author of books and :
Cultural Center an Inner- commissions for sales largest Chamber of Commerce of Its to TSU Development DI- pamphlets and a frequent con- :
development Former General
city arts program, provided made. \The St; Marks Church kind In the nation progaam M-T Manufacturing Attorney Clare h rector Calvin 0. Atchison tributor to Journals, encyclopaedias
Instruction In music, art and held classes in black historyfor Nashville alumni chapter o t and other reference .,
also plastic
from to 18. Named To \4 alpha Kappa MuNatlonalHon- his :
dance. persons eight blisters for tooth brush pack Committee works, one of writings ,
The Milwaukee Youth Council Those Interested in black his-, orders cantor or Society, through its president is Race Relations: Problems t
Current .
of Fellowship'CommunItJ tory and who want to secure ages.1.5 million to be produced this Seventeen prominent Americans, including former Attorney General Rams'ey Clark amd ex- Miss 'Christine Alexander and Theory (J It uI chi i

Church sponsored a black awareness books brochures, records, White House aide Theodore C. Sorensen have Joinedwitn Mayor Charles. Evers to form a new started the project. Alumni Mascuoka co-author), published .

program, and orga writings, etc., should contact year.Under its own brand name, county.. Mayor Evers: announced on November, t, and undergraduate In 1961.. :
nixed a black book and record the President's Council on members will assist with the :
store. The Youth Involvement Youth Opportunity Washington M-T has a commitment to The new organization--The Internal Revenue Service 'mer ADA PWstdent Joseph 1.. "

Program of Resurrection Lutheran '. ,' D.C..20006, 801 19th supply 200,000 cases to Con- Medgar Evers Fund Inc.--is granted deductible status to Tauh, Jr.; Mrs i Edward M.M. San Fenaido I
Church sponsored a Street. Vice-President Spiro way Co. of Chicago. named alter Mayor Evers'late the Fund for all contributions Warburg; Mrs.Arthur Logan; Alabama Stile
Located in a one-time cotton brother who was slain on June received. Stanley Kaplan, owner of radio ,
black vnlfos is chairman.OES .
..... .: .-writing- --'course.- Agnew gin showroom at 318 S. Park 12, 1963, in Mississippi,while The Fund will maintain two stations in Charlotte, N.C.: College Gets !
Office II way W., Powell Communion leading a campaign to register offices: a program center In and Father William J. Morrissey Hornets Launch !

Washington started operation in June,1969, Negro voters. He was 1mmedlateljisucceededas -, Fayette and a fund raising, a; Roman Catholic NAACP Boot
I Discrimination with the aid of the Memphis NAACP public relations and development Priest from Natchez, Miss. Oat December I
Scored For Area Chamber of Commerce State Field Secretary for MIssissippi office, at 150 East 52nd Mrj Sorensen has served as 4

National Business League,and by Charles Evers,who ,Street New York, N.Y. 10022. the Fund, Counsel. NEW YORK-The National ,
WASHINGTON:-More than 50 ,ter approached were the director -. Small Business Administra continued the campaign which The principal thrust of the In announcing the Fund at an The Basketball Hornets Ala Association for the Advancement t

black and brown attorneys descended from a minority group, tion. ultimately witnessed the registration .Fund will be to develop comprehensive toQWWHt: Press Club newsconference bama State University will of Colored People will :
on national offices such an Individual should be of almost 250,000 programs to be"I Mayor Evers launch,me 1969-70 season December continue its efforts in behalf

.of the Office of Economic Security .appointed. black Mississippi voters. funded by foundations, corporations issued a plea for funds and 4;to theGeorlga Tou-;" of the 20 San Fernando Valley i
here on November 7 On November 7 about 100 One consequence of their civil and Federal grants support from sympathizers:- na theft brJltlaJft&, 4 "f1'' State College students convicted
,and accused the director, black and brown attorneys and Gen. Benjamie'Davis Toe Hornets will sport anew and felony
rights efforts has been the The Fund will assign techni cross the nation. on conspiracy .
Terry Lenzner,with failure on students of Howard went to election of more than 80 Negroes cal experts to make surveys, "Since our Inauguration on look during the 1969-70,which charges in confection with

his part as leader of the Legal ,the OES Office and demanded to public office in Mississippi provide planning and draft applications ,July '7th" Evers said, "we will Include Lawernce Lilly the seizure a year ago, o f I
Services there to direct himself -' that Lenzner revamp his pro- SchoolIs In the past four years for grants. ProJects have settled down to the hard a 7 foot two buildings on the college'sLos

and his agency toward the gram. Lenzner and David Including Charles Evers' e- with Immediate priority i Work of building a new society vallo. lie has been considered Angeles campus. e

problems of providing more Rumsfleld, the lattter director Dedicated lection on May 13 as Mayor relate to a broad-scale health (,there It is goingto be even one of the most sought after The pledge of continued support

aggressive and effective legal of OEO, had 29 attorney and of Fayette. system, municipal sanitation 'harder than I Imagined because ,basketball players in the history vas made by NAACP Executive

services for the nation's poor law students arrested on Evers Is the first black man recreation t facilities Vocation the local resources are of Alabama High school Director Roy Wilklns

many of whom are non-white. charges of "unlawful entry." to be elected mayor of a mul al training and the attraction so!! meager"he acknowledged."I basketball. here, November 19, following
They specifically,criticized The Brown and Black Lawyers LCS ANGELES-L1eutenant ti-racial town In Mississippisince of private industry for Jobs.In know there is not much Other changes and highlights the verdict banded down by
his apparent failure to refund Caucus made three de General Benjamin 0. Davis, Reconstruction. the long run the Fund will time to prove that blacks and Include a new coach Bernard Superior Court Judge Mark

and reconstruct the Reginald'' mands. That legal services Jr., Deputy Commander-ln- The Town of Fayette second support projects for the aged I[whites, even in Mississippi, Boozer, who comes to Alaba- Brandler! In Los Angeles the

Heber Smith Community Lawyer become genuinely responsiveand Chief of the United States oldest in the state, is located child day-care, literacy, upgrading I can work together to share ma from Paul Quinn Collegeof day before. Twenty-one students

Fellowship program presented relevant to the needs and Command, Macdlll AFB, Florida In Jefferson County,the fourth of education, improved Justly In the fruits of free- Waco Texas charged with 1.1oofe-
some weeks ago at the problems of the black and' highest ranking black poorest county In America. housing cultural deve dom. But lam determined o The loss of Willie Scott, the lonies, had stood trial before
University of ,' brown people 2. That the director officer in the armed forces, three time All-
Pennsylvania ; Two-thirds of the county's lopmerdandcooperatives. The give it the fullest possibletest American,will Judge Brandler without Jury
The program Isdeslgnedtoattract of the service Terry spoke at the dedication of a population of 10.000(and of the Fund will not engage in political because, believe in what be felt according the new for two months beglnningSep-
capable efficient Lenzner, break up his segregated newly-built$2,000,000 school, coach but the strength of the
young town's 1,700 citizens) are or voter actlvitees nor will our nation stands for, even if tember 18.
lawyers suggested transferring all-white legal staff the General Benjamin Davis black. Almost one-fourth of the it be Involved In any profit- tit! sometimes falls behind In team lies within the fact that Only one of the 21 young men

the Smith program to Ho- In the national office; 3. That Junior High School named remainder are unemployed;,' making enterprises.In f practice," he observed. four starters will return this and women on,trial,Miss Frida

ward University. The Black, he change the area of opera- for him. The average education of the addition to Mr. Evers who .. "Unless we can get substantial year, along with the resultsof .Jamison, 22, was quitted of
Puerto Rican and Mexlcan- tion to Howard University and Speaking from the steps of a very successful recriut-' ?
Negro population is slightly also serves as President of help from our friends all 67 charges against her.
Americas lawyers argued fur that he appoint Glenn Carr,, the Compton City Hall the log seuon.Boozer .
over fifth grade level. Only the Fund, The Board of trus- ,across the nation, there are .Thirteen of the group were
ther that, since most at the black attorney,as the director. honoree said, in part; "The two doctors serve the county. tees Includes Mrs. Myrtle not going to be any 'miracles'In realizing the loss of found guilty of conspiracy to

.minority groups might be bet historians among us will recall Social services of almost every Evers, Messrs. Clark andso-- Fayette. I cannot do It a- Scott, who was drafted l by the commit kidnapping 12.of kidnapping

I Ge rg"i.'Urged.tql Integrate Books' that it was armistice 51 years ago kind are absent. There. rensen, Walter Reuther, UAW lone. I need the help of every Dallas Chapparals of the American and 29 counts of felony
that the was
today virtually Industry. Agriculture President, Louis StulbergJ decent American who believes Basketball Association false arrest, and seven
ATLAMTA-Ia testimony before "If we are to move finally, signed", ending the first World is all but dead. Ladles Garment Workers UnIon that the Fayette experiment made this comment: "A of 23 counts of false impri

the History of the AmerIcan at this late date, toward the War. To mobilize national support president, Joseph Curran, must work"conclud large load of our offense will sonment. To defend the predominantly
Negro Study Committeeof brotherhood we have sopous- General Davis continued including funds material and National Maritime Union pre ed. have to be carried by our All- Negro group of

the Georgia House of Representatives ly talked about,'and if we are, "The followlngyear President, technical aid, for the econo- sident; former U.s. Sentor''' The Fund is seeking $ 148, American candidates, Danny students, the NAACP retained
W.W. Law, to seek the Intellectual tools Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation mic and social development of Paul H. Douglas; former Assistant 000 for its firstyear'sbudget, Crehshaw, and "Big John" I the new and youthful law

president of the Savannah to solve our racial crisis,then declaring November Fayette and its environs Mayor Attorney General John as well as'specific project Davis, who also Gave to play firm of Miller and Miller consisting

NAACP Branch said that a study of the Negro's past and 11 a national holiday,.says and Evers and Mrs. Myrlle Doar, Dr. Aaron E. Henry, grants. larger role in scoring and re of Loren Miller, Jr.,
in schools
"neither the Negro's face nor Its relevance to American his log "Here our Evers. the widow of Medgar president of the MississippiNAACP bounding Halvor Thomas Miller, Jr.,
his contributions has found a tory must light our path toward colleges our youngsters see, organized The Medgar Evers ; actress Shirley MacLalne. Our offense will probably and Morgan Moten.
place In our history texts." Imperfections of our society Robert L. Carter for- look a little erratic until our
'one nation, under God,Indivisible Fund. On September 30 the ,
He said that there, is an urgent with and become higher in priority older boys start clicking with
liberty Justicefor '
need l "for exposing all.'". to suffering and tyranny Pride Celebrates some help from promising ,'Any Way You. Look AlIt

Georgia youth,Mack and white, Law, testifying: before) the our' men see imposed on I freshman guard, Aubrey Cur Firms That Advertise In
to the people of Vietnam by their With
an integrated history. ry. our added bench THE
committee on November 17, FLORlDTSTAJir ,
The House History Committee -' Communist oppressors. Here strength and height we could
said that an examination of Are Saying They
they protest the expulsion of a .
Law said, "should reject be SIAC crown contenders.
the state ,boot list revealed
the notion that Negro" student from the classroom, .PATRONAGE, .
one' text-
only comprehensive '
history should be taught only the lack of meaningful courses I --
book on the ,development of I
to Negroes While Negroes on current problems and discrimination
the United l That book
need to know their own heritage Is not in general use, be said In all Its forms PATJOU' LJEITULfS '! A :'. IUEI p .
from "I cannot see a future which
Judging bitter experience
and "all of the other textbooks -i; -
as a dare will not require of the younger i-- '
the state list JWEWHENYOU
need on were completely .
day that whites even generation the same kind of ;
more." undesirable.- dedication which has been de-

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Is for those to A Home that black mayor of Compton, and f
grtM designed' people buy Richard Davis ..J., > &COMPUTE UNI OFCesmetiesRi -
have not; beet able\lo afford one in the past. principal of -" aber Goods-Candles
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f" AND KEEP second anniversary open house at the' Pride Headquarters.: At left is Vice Chairman : ,

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Veterans A: Your brother's pension tide to attend school or take Veterans Administration as
and their families are asking check from VA was reduced on-the-Job training soon as possible Failure to
thousands of questions con because of a law llmltingpen- Q: After application complete and return this form
cernlng the benefits their Gov. sions to this amount for veterans for VA educational alv will bar you from future ed-
eminent provides for them without dependents after lowance, now long would It ucational assistance.
through the Veterans Administration. two full calendar months of take to receive an assignment. ,. Q: Last year I attended the i ir
Below are some representative hospitalization at VA expense.His of a VA claim number? state university under the 0.1.
queries. Additional full pension will be restored A: You should receive your Bill t want to enroll there
Information may be ob- upon his discharge assignment of a VA' claim again.. Must I have authorisation -
tained at any VA office.Q from the VA hospital.Q number in approximately two papers from the VA to doA :J
: I am attending business : In the event that both my weeks.Q .so?
school under the G.I. hill wife and I should die .- say : 1 am A student going to : Assuming you have not
Recently, I received a month- in an automobile or air accident school below college level. attended school anywhere else
ly attendance certification -- what would the VAin Does the law require that I under the 0,. Bill during the .
card to fill out. I.was under ( about mv G.I. Insurance? submit a monthly certificateof intervening period and providing I }
the Impression that these My children are continent attendance? you are taking the same 6 -
cards were discontinued. 'beneficiaries but they are too At Yes, you must completeand course, you do not need further I I it itq
A: No. Monthly certification young to handle their affairs.A submit to VA a certificate approval from the VA. Simply ; I
cards are still required from : The VA legal division of attendance each month. Inform the registrar that you
those veteranstralnlnjtlnpro- would work with the court to You fill out Section A. SectionB 'are re-enrolling u veteran 4,
grams' other than .la college.The appoint a guardian to handle is certified, and signed by The -university will Inform
cards must be submitted this as well as any VA pen a school official and returned VA of your re-enrollment and a
promptly to Inter- sion rights which the children to VA. Only after receipt of assuming you have remaining
ruption of allowance checks might have. You may, if you this information can the VA eligibility, you will be paid
Q:. Row do I apply for an increase wish, name another "person pay you. from the date of readmission.If
In my compensation? such as a close relative to Q: I have heard the maximum you have a question, bow-
A: A letter to the VA stat- recelve: the Insurance in trust loan guaranty is now $12,500. ever, contact your ,nearestVA
ing why you believe you should for your children. This would My certificate of eligibility office
have an increase, accompanied avoid the expense of having a shows $7,500. Should I bring It, Q: I am a World War 0 '\" .
by your doctor's report on guardian appointed.Q in to have it changed?; veteran rated 100 per cent
his medical findings pertaining : 'will be released from A: That is notsecessary.The disabled due to a servlce-in- :;
to your disability, will service this month. How soon'must increase cover all certificates. i curred disability. My sonage 6'
generally accomplish the desired 1 begin training under You will be automatically 21, has served in the army r .
consideration. Be cer- the G.I. Bill? covered under the new during the past two years and
tain to include your full name A: A veteran released from limits. la now enrolled full-time In
address and file or "C" num- active duty after June I, 1966 Q: I am a veteran attending college under the G.L Bill ..
ber in any communication to. has eight years from the date college. Does the law require Will I be entitled to the $40 i ._-'"'
the VA.. of release' from active duty that submit-a monthly certificate additional compenstalon for GAiNESVILLE William Arthur (second from left), editor of ceremonies recenuy were (left to right) Mike Earnhardt,Will- I
Q: My brother has been in a in which to take advantage of of attendance? this son? Look maglzlne and national president of Sigma Delta Chi, men's lam Ransom and Edward Coker. Earnhardt is the son of Mrs '
VA hospital for three months. his entitlement under the GJ. A: No. But during the last A: Yes. You will be entitled, Journalism society, congratulates three of the 25 new members- Adrienne Earndhardt of Rocklegge. Ranosm is the son of A.J.
His last pension check was Bill. It is advisable, however full month of your quarter to the additional $40 compensation of the University of Florida's student chapter. Among those Ransom of Panama City Coker is the'.OD of Mrs. M.J. Simmons '
reduced to $30. Why? Can it to immediately apply to your semester or term, you will until your son's 23rd initiated by Arthur during the University's Journalism Day of Jacksonville University of Florida ] r
.be Increased to the amount he nearest VA office for your receive a certificate of attendance birthday, If he remains In
received before entering the Certificate of Eligibility to which must be completed school and does not marry. t
hospital? avoid delay should you de- and returned to the 'a 12 I

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fortunes. Despite the lost of from the floor. In leading the / I
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All American Wilbert prepped at Okmulgee Okla/s week. r I
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has to be regarded as the three years ago in Syracuse,
college's "most prized catch becomes eligible for varsity Oi TRADING STAMP:7: 1? ',y'S 6 i :
ever." Add to this quarter play after sitting out a year ; i
"KanfCeroo-Jumplnt'! Kennle as a transfer. "Here Is truly a r < ;'
'Lewis and you have a talented one of the most Accurate with ragcadlne.llu'pt i
starting unit; while not shooters anywhere' from 25 ,I *'> t t "
big as standards go, but one feet out," one observer remarked .at V cmyparUc1 attngEnco station. A

that can pour in tne points. after watching Red ,. .
Mow the problem facing dick drill them In during a Good until December 31,1969.umbleOU& ,
iUlney_Is who to play behind practice session. With Harlow j'

tills/ group Marlon Harden, ReddIck gives the Rams as .

Gene llymim, Bobby AaronandKuril potent abackcourtduouthere '
Williams, a freshman, is anywhere among the coleglat. !- ',J' ; .. I IIt.
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will prijlMbly all get the caD "
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eruup. two ingredients are -Oliver, Mel and Wll. tENcQoW
missing. height and muscle.iMttWiwiry bert ,1 Company
:- Into the Rams' fold ,
to give the"running '" .; "
will carry the hopes of t eRams' '. i);
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I A&T Blows Cold Then Rallies To Down Virginia State 21-2 Before Thousands I

A&T Pushed Across Three Dodge Honors Nets Clendenon Meharry Plans Designed

I Touchdowns To Victory -1'Jf1f' To Ease Medic ShortageAt

PETERSBURG. VA.-N.C.AlTpropelled itselfIntoapossible I. .;d' .
)..CIAA camplonshlp showdown with North Carolina Central b jr .. I ,- '1 "'"" least one medical school peases, the students receive
'I';' .'1' has detailed to relieve $500 each as a stipend which
,* downing Dunchless VlrriniaState,ZI.8,hereSaturlSa afternoon. a plan ,
'The Aggies,now 5-1 In league The Aggies' second score 1 w. the acute shortage of Negro is about the amount they might
t to the ..;.- physicians in the United Statesa have made working during the
play, moved nearer came early in the second period .
shortage which was pointed ) summer, accordlngto the dean.
crown when the Eagles after the Trojans puntedto
.. out in the October Journal The other program,the Master
j'suprlsed, 19-12, In Durham AliT on Virginia State's .
Unlonfor of the American Medical Association of Medical Science Degree
Saturday by Virginia
North Carolina Central's first 45.Charles Middleton threw 13 which stated '{/hat Program, accepts college
only 2 per cent of the nation's graduates with high aptitudes
lose In,eight games. yards to end Gene Harrison,
q physicians are black. for medicine and dentistry
7 Under the Dickinson rating halfback Bill Henderson pick.
That school Meharry Medical but with Insufficient science
which the CIAA uses three yards then
system, ed up more ,
College InNashvUle whcih backgrounds, into a course
to determine a champion,A&T JJ. Davis took a pltchout from
already had graduated almost which can take from 15 monthsto
can win the crown by beating Middleton and scored form
half of the black physicians three years,depending upon
the two teams
the Eagles when 22 yards out. John Guys'Placement M1n Frp
in the student. If a student
and dentists now practicing can
afternoon 13.0 In
meet next Saturday made It
the country. complete the program in 15
In Greensboro Memorial Sta- favor of the Aggies.
r Meharry, the country's only months he may enter medical
dium. At 126 before halftime
: private, predominantly black or dental school at the sophomore -
Against Virginia State AJ.T AkT picked up tow more points
1 medical school three year level at Meharry.
pushed across three touch-l when tackle Billy Gaines nailed
downs and! added! a safety all Virginia State's Wlnslow :ago set about reorganizing I He can alternatively continue
half for their vie.lory. teaching: methods and course three years In the programand
In the first the end tone with the ball '

.' The wln, 1nedln 34 de- End Daryle Cherry took the : : .material to attract students.prop'es.lvem1n.ded As part- before receive entering an MMS professionalschool degree;; !

gree weather,upped the Aggles ensuing kickoff from Ala T'.
set as a Junior. When he
of its revision, Meharry
mark to 6-2.
i season 30 to the Trojans' 48.
up two programs specifically reaches the desired level of
Virginia State managedto get .Aggie quarterback Stan Jacobs
Its only licks In the second then threw a 48-yard designed to attract more college proficiency (at and point .
mediclneanddentistry 15 months) he can transfer
students into
when quarterback to Middleton
,,quarter touchdown pass ,
whether Meharry from special to regular status -
Winslow scored ona nine-yard who had gone into the game ,
run and the Trojans tackled for one play as flanker. The "TIle amazing Dons Clendenon, named by the New York Metals winner of the award for his timely slugging against the Baltl- or elsewhere' in professional school If

Ail's Turner In the end cone Aggles were unable to mustera the most valuable player of the 1969 World Series, was award- more Orioles, set three Individual records for the fivegameed One program, the College after being In the MMS pro-

for a safety. serious scoring threat In the a 1970 Dodge by Sport Magazine for his historic and out- series. They Include: 1. Most Home Runs;' 2. Most Total Biomedical Science Program, gram he does not want to become

Fof most of the game, the second half.Jacobs' standing performance. The'presentation was made at a press Basses,3.; Most Extra Bases, 10.Dodge Photo administered by Dean of Re- a physician or dentist,

Trojans had more points than strike to Middletonwas luncheon in New York's Mama Leone's Restaurant..Clendenon, search and Graduate Studies he can work toward a Ph. D.,

yards, ending the game witha his 13th touchdown pass Dr. C.W. Johnson, gives col- degree in one of the blomedl
lege students and intensive cal sciences or fill any number -'
total offense of 55 yards. of the season. Although sittingout
A&T got Its first touchdownof most of the first period Tampa -Florida Humble Hostess Checks summer course In subjects related of posts where a strong
to those encounter background in biomedical
afternoon when they may
the chilly Jacobs finished wlth.99 yardsen
first la medical sciences is needed .for Instance
the year -
Jerome Turner, six completions. Senior
,&M Will Make school. Twenty students in laboratories, research
quarterback, took Stanley Jacobs running back Tommy Blue was ii
*?' pitchout and raced 10 AiT's leading rusher with 43 Y' rtpm { from five Tennessee colleges posts and so on. The

9 'yards to paydlrt at 6:26 of the yards In 15 carries. enrolled Inthe 10-weekcourse emphasis, of course is 0 n

1"first quarter. The score cllmazed College HistoryThe last summer. They are being medical or dental careers.
a 76-yard drive. counseled during the academic The Master of Medical

s year in what subjects to study, Science Program is in its

bFAMU game between Tampa outside reading to supplementtheir second year at Meharry with
Wallops BCC Team. Spartans and the FAMU '.< biomedical preparation, 12 students enrolled. The
I Rattlers bids well to be a sell and are being encouraged to numbers in each program represent -

h' To 60-16 out. Monday, Dennis Wells, pursue health careers only a small percentage
: 'Score tlckey manager, for Tampawas One Immediate expectation of the total enrollment

*. optimistic to the hilt Monday of the biomedical students is hoped for by college officials
TALLAHASSEE-Florlda A& Morgan State, 28, Petersburg 17,000 tickets had been that they will score higher on because Meharry, probably_
M ,left nothing to be desired State, 20; North Carolina A&T sold for the west side, the the medical or dental college .more than many other meot"

In Its walloping of Bethune- 28 North Carolina Central, Tampa side, with fewer than : aptitude tests after havlngbeen cal schools, faces a financial

": Cookman Saturday night. 28; South Carolina State, 28, 10,000 available. In the program olrom one to crisis.

The score was 60-16. Savannah State, 7; Virginia Tickets will be on sale in the three summers addition

3'FAMU*' waded in and in the Union, 42, Hampton Institute stadium ticket office, off to an allowance of $500 for

'first 17 seconds made ascore. 7; West Kentucky 56, Murray Rimes avenue tomorrow. room, boatf, and, other ex-
t Gaither's Rattlers scored in State, 14.Among East Side offices for the eq r

all quarters. Gaither got his others were: Michigan FAMU team are the Grogan

I "' 201st victory. State at Ann Arbor 24; Enterprises, Benny Sbuman .M1 1 North Car. Central Clears

', : George Gordon fumbled the Ohio State 12; Tennessee,31, Ball Bond Office,Moses White a I

opening kickoff on the BCCf Kentucky 26; Vanderbilt, 63, Restaurant, College Hill Pharmacy a
*: Wildcats, 14 in the opening. Davidson, 8; Colorado State U, Suncoast Shoe Repair Deficit For N. Carol. Tie

Fred Warren recovered the 45, Kansas State U., 32; Penn Florida A&M Alumni office .
ball. Quarter Steve Scruggs State, 27, Pittsburgh,7;South and Webb City In St. Petersburg GREENSBORO, N.C..-Bowl- the one, 13:57 minutes Into the

b'/'sc0re4'bn the,first play. form ern California, 14, UCLA, li; Tickets are selling at ,bound North Carolina Central third period. ,
J scrimmage..'' Columbia, 18 Brown,3;Tampa, $2.00, .$5.00 and at $3.00. P a7J 'd ,.:, battled .back from a, The J Awes ,stretched their
4 'Scruggs scored again Gins 53, ; California State, 0.' FAMU bottled BCC In a "deficit In the fourth quarter to lead to 28-8 to open the final
**tallied twice. Five other Local: Lincoln High,Gainesville box 60-16 Saturday YDJi deadlock North Carolina A&T quarter when Jacobs, playing

FAMU men scored,once each 20 Raines,Jacksonville, Tampa won, 53-8 over California 28-28 before 19,000 fans last: one of the finest games of his

*" Scores in other areas were: at Gainesville. State at Los Angeles.SaturdaY" Saturday. career, hit senior end Gene
Is Sparked by their fancy dan Harrison in the end zone and
game seen as
the most exciting In the history quarterback HermanUatthews Guy kicked his fourth straight
Your beautician
professional and speedy end Julian Martin PAT.
of football In the South.
I knows the answer. Coach Curd of Tampa says l the Eagles punched across Four plays later, Eagle
three touchdowns within a
that Tampa has had its best Humble Hostesses, one of whom is shown, are employed by the company to help the service nine-minute period in the final an quarterback 18-yard scoring Matthews toss theev to

season, the record book of stations keep In apple pie shape. Miss Ernestine Smith, above, hands a housekeeping reportto 'quarter. They clinched a tie Martin This proved to be the

t individual and team achievements a dealer in Brooklyn. Miss Smith assists 217 dealers in'the five boroughs of New York' with 4:41 left In the game when fuse. At 8.35:,the spunky Matthews -
t. will be rewritten, it City In maintaining good appearance in their service stations 'A ppeclal uniform is providedfor Martin grabbed Matthews'pass connected for a29-uard

is a historic first in that a the charming young ladles. The car bears the title "Humble Hostess" on its door These for a two-point PAT touchdown pass to Junior halfback -

r white college is playing a young ladles assist at grand openings They check on 25 points, especially on those things The Aggies, trying to gain Ollls Carson. Matthews
black college, It is a battle a woman customer might observe. Miss Smith joined Humble as a typist and later bacame a the Central Intercollegiate
does hair raced into the end cone for the
Why between two of America's
[ some top switchboard operator. Later she attended a company-sponsored school asn was schosen by Athletic Association (CIAA) PAT to cut the Aggies' mar-
small college teams, promotes the company to go on a speaking tour before ladies organizations She is a graduate of the championship, threatened to ,gin to 28-20.

break off when combing? a field day for pro- A.B. Davis High School in Mt. Vernon and a former student at Hunter College. Mrs. and Mr. run away with NCC before the A minute later, defensive
scouts, is a battle between ..
Smith have a nine-year-old girl Humble Photo. their fourth
( two top scoring teams and is Eagles staged back Greg,Richardson pickedoff

a clash between teams with I With blitz. Stan Jacobs' pass for the
CYour hair is precious'and delicate,.and none of us like to see the best records In Florida. senior quarter back Staa Eagles on Mrs 19. Carson

|lit break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use Tampa has averaged 36 Alabama I State Star Congratulations Jacobs at me helm,A&T struck running helped move the ball

,of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often points per game, FAMU 33. paydlrt the first play they ran. to the one, and at 4.41, Matthrews -

are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage But Tamra was ranked eighth in 'yww Jacobs hit end Willie Wright sneaked for his second

I hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks the Associated Press polling Undergoes Surgery x with a 29-yard scoring toss touchdown. The PAT toss by

off In everyday combing. Notice how Irritated your scalp becomes before scorclng California. with just 31 seconds expired. -Matthews to Martin threw the

:when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does?' FAMU was 18 before licking ALBANY, GA-Frank Mob- a' Three minutes later, Jacobs game into a deadlock.

.. Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and BCC ley, the heralded freshman'' sneaked one-yard for another An Aggie fumble on t h e'Eagles'

tangles' so easily that it should be softened before combing i footballer from Madison,Flo- ; :Aggie score and John Guy's four at 4:00 was their

,Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to:, rida's Suwannee River High second PAT made it 140. last scoring chance. NCC
the shaft and ends of 0 Matthews put the Eagles on muffed a field goal attempt
the hair occurs. To achieve this needed fZ' CP crARTW OUT School, underwent surgery ,
the Scoreboard at 3:44 of !the from the 11 with five seconds
,softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage ?
""t IN I1NGgNrE&yPTIAN' here at Phoebe Putney Hos ,-
A ,
I" r first period when,he scampered left In the
on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely pital earlier last week for r game.
11& 1V 10 yards for a touchdown.. The left A&T and North
on Clairol" Hair-50-New" spray-on creme rinse. For combing'ease WRITING ,, A$' removal of torn iatilege and game
and for beautifying your hair in many other ways trained A : tfkSM bone chips in his knee. ; The Eagles placement attempt Carolina\ Central with identical -

beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for rpuaz The 8-4, 190-pound grldder, $ failed.' 6-2-1 records. The Eagles
your specific needs. OF'A POOX.'' probably the most heralded a }&T continued its point bar- met Delaware in the Boardwalk -

_... Visit your expert hairdresser/ who cares about your hair care'' football player over recanted rage at the opening halfback of the Tommy second .= Bow)December 13 past.

and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems,, at Albany State College, '- half.Senior
only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. r- damaged the knee in fall drills. plue punched_across,from .

ci" Cl lrol Inc,1967 Court.ty of q
Dr. Charles B. Gillesple, who 6' PRICKSi ,
also performed the operation I

EARN-ANp-lEARNi. PROGRAM. FOR WOMEN! surtery the was injury.necessary to repair QUALITY WORK

Mobley, who caught 86 passes "SINE OF Oil PUT' UCIIITJ"

Offers A course lit'GRAPHIC' in his senior season for,Phil I .. H. ,.-r'.'
Acton's Suwannee River TIgers -. "*' '
Park $ .
Grand Elem School : ,
"T1; !'!> } *'; 23 In one game against Fla Star News' 'jii.'
: AW Qulncy's (FlaJ Carter-Parre-
Carter G. 'Woodson School
more, was expected achieve Geo W. Carver School
41 star status In his first season
Forest Park School
,. .,Yarhypleg Tape Pinch for Bobby Lee's Rams. lEphesns Jr. Academy g

-1' ."to rflfJ Treasury Secretary David M. Kennedy(left)congratulates new. Edward Water College

;! : ly ,appointed, Treasury Guard, Captain William,L. Christian! Over 75 Weddings (color;; Composition R.V. Daniel Elem SchoolSt.

Delta Sorors loin Emmett Paul A.M.E. Church .
Grambling Is Tops
4J I Mt. Ararat Church :,

er; PART TIME Di lOYMElJT Reedtis Sports Enthusiasts Astro Gents Men Club I IJoe .
At Game Box OfficeThe Baker And Assoc.
\ for Those Who Qualify Brayboy And Assoc.

Jacksonville Alumnae Playing will begin December 'GRAMBLING;'LA.: --.- I ISPECIALGrambUnc' Jaxville Recording Co.

chapter of Delta Sigma Theta 8 at 8p.m., ( Col. : (OUT OF SPACE' ) ,Bob Raa.
Sorority will ,
# participate the Activities Include ,
1: billiards lege has enjoyed phenomenal .'.flwnetA.M.E. ,
..; FULL .TIME 'EMPLOYMENT Greek-Letter Sports and Recreation *.' checkers, table-tennis,bridge ,success at the box office this Church; AJP. U :Alpha Delta Sigma' Theta-
League '
; InDecember. and paddle-tennis. season with an assertive and Over 50 private Clubs Campus ,Towers Leonard
After Training' PeriodMUSItm.x League is composed of",' Representing the Jackson. ;entertaining program that has Studio Royal Diplomats Club Ron and LoG CampbellSt.
sorority members in the grad "vtll Alumnae Chapter of Delta ,
uate and 'lured, fans -with binoculars, School Bethnne EIe, School Roosevelt_Hid School,
htsOCumEMKN18: undergraduate divis are blankets and thermos bottles Shore School '
u ; > woius H..U: MINUTE, oven 19 YM; ions. The Department will M rs. Margaret Stokes and '
., "'" Into stadiums. from coast to .
I sponsor and .conduct the Mrs.Sadie TUlls.bridge Mrs. r ; mom'
| HMllim nfliurlif ; coast: SMITH .u-blo,
STIR, : Id'. Near }13th St. ?, All Willie F. Dennis and Mrs *The normadio Tigers have '
: : r activity will take place at ,Delores Washington, paddle, ,played before 189,220 spectators 32N.
.' t!;" the elKtilwrfowd' beautlfulnewEmmett! Reed tennis. ; Mrs Sallye! Mathls **, In six games for an average 'l5tfc 7 All, NYIUE \;lit. EIEIMIS I TN' .

j Sixth and' Uiyne.! Service, Center,' and billiard, Mrs' Gwendola Jones',. << of 28,233 fans per contest. I ., ,' .L ?4 .Inr liifftrlH Strrki9! '

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t1: ::: NOVEMBER 2!. : STAR PAPERS :.:: 11: I

I Hampton Pirate Basketball Team Faces Morgan On:' December 1 : I

Sports, Writers Pick Top Vir. State Lose lops At Emmett! Reed Coach Mooretiead I Hopes

For Setter Record: For 70
Colleges For Centennial .
21.8 To NC Aftl T r I'

'GRAMBLING HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Kompton l, Va.-With the first game of
LA. (SPECIAL-.Louisiana State ,
and the first scrimmage
the season little less than to. j weeks away
Grambling College and Tulane dominated the 22-
University PETERSBURG VAn-N. C.
game scheduled for this week, Hampton Institute
,man All-Time Louisiana Football Team selected
Collegiate ALIT propelled itself into a
Isaac Uoorebead does not hesitate insaylng he is anxious to see
as part of the state's observance of the College FootballCen- possible CIAA championship '
how the Pirate basketball team"Ultueduringth. 196970season -
teiuuai. Grambling, 1963;Cal Hubbard, showdown with North Carolina hoping for abetterrecordthlsyear over last year's 13-14.
The team was a project o I Centenary, 1924; Ernie ,.Ladd Central by downing punchless Meanwhile, SSG Ronald Hawkins Is pleased with his rifle team's

the Louisiana Sports Information Gratnbttng, 1962;Fred Miller, Virginia State, 21-8, here recently. 3-1 .record and latest victory over North Carolina AtT.
Directors Association Louisiana State, 1962. Facing Morgan State onMon-
Coach Moorehead also feels
mlnatlons, and compiled conducted the balloting no- Guards: Garland Boyette, The Antes,now 5-1 league day, December'' 1, 8.00: p. m. that HI has a "real blue chip
Grambling, 1963; Tommy 0'- play, moved nearer to the In HI new gymnasiumthe winner" In William Hudgins a
by members of the Tulane 1940 Mike t when the were
Boyle, ; ; crown Eagles ;Hampton basketball team has transfer student from SanDle-
Louisiana Sports Writers As- Reed Louisiana Tech 1947.. surprised 19-12 In Durham.
; looked promising la preseason igo State. Hudgins, a southpaw -
Tony Sardisco, Tulane,1955.CenterLinebackers Saturday by Virginia Union drills. Coach Moorehead sharpshooter, specializes -
Nominations were restricted ,
Max for North Carolina Central's
: feels that this'year's' squad
in hitting long-range
to' players completing their Fugler, Louisiana State,1959; first lose in eight games has depth'than last year'steairi 'lump shots
college careers before 1965. Joe Sanford Louisiana Tech State A4T
Against especially at the guard
In its first scrimmage gamejf
Louisiana State placed eight x ; w
1950. pushed across three touch-
+ position. He also sal4 "We'resmaller .
the season the Pirates
players on the all-time team, Quarterbacks: Richie Petit- downs and' added a safety, all than last year's, but aosted Christopher, Newport
while Crambllng and Tulane bon, Tulane, 1958; Y.A. Tit In the first half for their 'we'll replace height with
College on Wednesday November -
'had five each Two Louisiana tie, Louisiana State, 1947. victory. The win, gained In hustle and a good defense." 19.Hampton's. ,

Tech players were selected Backs: Paul"Tank"Younger, 34 degree weather, upped the Whenever the word bustle is rifle team, runnerup ,
with Centenary and the Uni- 4
mark to &-z.
GrambUng,1948. Aggles season mentioned one name stands to Howard UniversityIn
versity of Southwestern placing The second team listing follows Virginia State managed to
out above all the rest--Gary the 1968-69 championship
one each on the dream : Ends: Bernard Callendar get Its only licks in the second Anderson. A second year has also managed victoriesover
squad. Louisiana College Paul quarter when quarterback Joe 1
; Pirate Anderson was lastyear'
Virginia State and Morgan
rambling players named included Gelsler, Centenary; Jackie Winslow scored ona nine-yard playmaker and one of State. In the victory over
lengendary halfback"Tank" Smith, Northwestern; Hugh run and the Trojans tackled the better defensive players
r ALIT, Tom Davis, a senior
Younger, tackles "Bones" Taylor, Northeast., A&T's Turner in the end zone : LVtAbove r Also drawing defensive plaudits -. from Philadelphia, led all
Ernie Ladd and Buck Buchanan -
Tackles: Ernie Baldwin, Tulane for a safety from Coach Moorehead'
shooters with a score of 257.
end Willie Davis and guard ; Sid Fournet, Louisiana For most of the game, the Bob Kornegay Harold
were HI won by 1219.I1j7yFort ; _
Carlan: Boyette. State; Tommy Hinton,:louisiana Trojans had more points than are two members of the Gulf Life Phantoms basketball squad who will see a lot of James, and Pernell Hamlin.
Roosevelt Taylor, a star defensive Tech; Paul Lea, Tulane. yards, ending the game with a action at the Emmett Reed Center On the.left is John Jackson, on the right John Lames
back, earned second Guards: J.W. Goree, Louisiana total offense of 55 yards. Larosa Is a former Howard University student He was one of the top players in last year's '
team honors. State; Garland Gregory, A&T got its first touchdownof summer basketball league at the Center The Senior Men's League begins play at the Center valley Wildcats End
Ex-Louls1ana State stalwarts! Louisiana Tech; John "Baby the chilly afternoon when on December 9. All games will be played Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning at 7 p.m.
plckes were Ken :Kavanaugh, Grand" Scafide, Tulane; Bob Jerome Turner, a converted Julius Gulnyard of the Jacksonville Recreation Department Is Director.
Caynell Tlnsley, Fred Miller, Tatum, Northwestern. quarterback, took Stanley Jacobs Season 'With 52-36 UpsetFORT
Mike Reed, Max Fugler, Y.A. Center-Linebackers: Stewart pitchout and raced 10

Tittle, Billy Cannon, Jimmy "Smokey" Stover, Northeast; yards to paydlrt at 6:26 of the Willie McCovey Dr. McIntosh Is'
Taylor and Steve Van Buren. George "Terrible"Terasovic first quarter. The score climaxed VALLEY, GA.-Tfae Fort Valley State College Wildcats
Tulane was represented by Louisiana State; Quarterback. a 76-yard drive. HC Add Three ended their, '$9 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

Jerry Dalrymple, Tommy Quarterbacks: Ray Porta, The Aggies' second score Is Hi's Pick Cherokee Chrlli. season with a 52-36 victory over adetermined University
O'Boyle, Tony Sardisco,Rich Southeastern; Mickey Slaughter came early In the second Bulldog team on a wind-blown, cold day that saw the thermo-

ie Petltbon and Eddie Price. Louisiana Tech. period after the Trojans Dr. Charles B. Mclntosh, Teams To -Two ,meter at about 30 degrees .1 I lams 1i yard kick that slipped

Mike Reed and Leo Sanford Backs: Tommy Mason, Tulane punted to ALT on Virginia For 1969 Pliyer, prominent medic, has been:) Most of scoring took place In off the side of his foot landing
headed up the Louisiana Tech ; Abe Mickal, Louisiana State's 45.Charles elected the new chairman of the first half of play as Fort 'on the Wildcat 45 yard line
delegation, with Cal Hubbard, State; Claude "Monk" Simon, Mlddleton threw 13 the Cherokee District of the Month Plan Valley Jumped off to a quick Seven plays later, Coure coo- ,
Centenary, and Chris Cagle, Tulane; Jerry Stovall,Louisiana yards to end Gene Harrison, NEW YORK:4V1ll1e I4cCpvey North Florida Council of the 8.0 lead on their initial drive nected with halfback William
University of Southwestern, State; Charlie Tolar, halfback Bill Henderson picked of the San Francisco Gtanta'lull Boy Scouts of America., covering &yards with tailback -' Puckett on a 5 yard controversial -
rounding out the squad. Northwestern; Bill Banker up three more yards, then been named the National The new leader wu Installed GREENSBORO, N.C.:--- Frank Redding taking TO call as Wildcat:
The complete team selectedby Tulane; Doc Fenton, Louisiana !- J.J. Davis took a pitchout from League's most Valuable Player with other officials, at a The addition of three new opponents and Edmonds handoff at the fenders declared Puckett came

the Louisiana SportsWriters State; Rossevelt Taylor, Middleton and scored from 22 of the year.IdcCovey .banquet in the Gulf Life Toweron w I n highlight the six and carrying the ball In down out of bounds. Court's
Association follows: Grambling. yards out. John Guy's Place- termed this a fit- November 19., 1969-70 baskettball scheduleat for the score. An Edmondsto PAT failed

Ends: Jerry Dalrymple,'Tu- Banker, Fenton and Taylor ment made it 13-0 in favor of fish touch to his "greatest Other officials are Dr. William North Carolina AIT. Redding pass completedthe At this Juncture, Fort Valley
land, final season 1931Willie tied for sixth backfield posi the Aggies. year". B. Smith, Charles E, Aggie Athletic Director Albert two-point conversion hopes look bleak for retaining
Davis, Grambling, 1955; Ken tion. At 1:26 before halftlme.AiiT The great athlete batted.520 Simmons, Jr., and Frank Smith, said ABET has a It was a see saw battle of their top spot In the conference
Kavanaugh, Louisiana State, The team was selected by picked up two more points and led the NL with 45 home Courtney, as well as Israel pair of games scheduled with the offenses as Fisk QB u Flak seemed unstoppable
1939; Gaynell Tlnsley, Louisiana the Louisiana Sports Writers when tackle Billy GaInes nail- runs and 126 runs batted In. Berry, district commissioner. nearby ElonCollegeandslngle Richard Coure Immediately It was Frock tailback
State, 1936. Association, ed Virginia State's Winslow In He has led the NL In both Awards were presented for games with Virginia State and took to the air completing 5 Gleen Jackson ov Price High
Tackles: Buck Buchanan, the end zone with the ball. homers and RBP two straight outstanding service Scout Lincoln University (Pa.). of 7 1 passes In their initial of Atlanta and Jr.flanker Ronnie -
End Daryle Cherry took the seasons He received 265 master Alexander Stewart of The Aggies will also parti- drive coupled with a pass Lowe along with QB Robert

Nine Local SchoolNine i Bands Rate Honors ,ensuing kickoff from A&Ts 30 points In the balloting by 24 Troop 79, sponsored by St. cipate In the Jaycees Tlpoff interference call that put Edmonds who came on to play
Tournament at the Greens-
to the Trojans' 48. members of the Baseball Paul A.M.E. Church, received Flsk deep Into Fort Valley super football to give the Wildcats -
Jacksonville! high school 13 from Jacksonville. Aggie quarterback Stan Jacobs Writers Association of America a special plaque. boro Coliseum December 3-4 territory. Court hit end HUman the punch they seeded A

bands received ratings of"su I Winners are: Stanton, GUt : then threw a 48-vard<< to beat Tom Seaver. of ,Club Scouts Anthony Lander with' Winston Salem State, Lindsey for ,a 25 yard ,Fisk drive was finally stopped
perior" In the recent Florida bert, Raines Butler,Wolfson, touchdown bomb to Mlddleton the New York Mets., and Darrell 'Thomas of Pack Guilford College and the University TO play and thetwo-polntcOll- and the Wildcats took over on

'1..Bandmaster' J Association .L'IJackaohEn: ; &ewpoq,'Fl. pst, who had gone lntUMl' ne. i McCovey" received' 11 first 56 .atrJerusalem; :"Baptist1 received of.,North Carolina at 1tersloa'to'Oe'' the score all .jtbeir! own! 45 yard line.' Three
contest In ,the Jaycee Bowl at Lee':and'.Terry',Parker. ; :*ndRibault. for one play as a flanker. The plac' votes, nine for'second awards foe, heroism. Asheville within four minutes of play. plays later,Edmonds hit Jack
will Lincoln
Neptune Beach. ."' Aggies were unable to muster 'andtwo each for third and Receiving camping and lead- AiiT play on The Wildcats came back to son with a 45 yard TO pass
fourth. He was the only player January 3, 1970 as part of t score twice more In the first
Twenty bands participated, :a serious scoring threat in the ership certificates were: W. play and completed a two-point
I second half.Jacobs' named on all 24 ballots. D. Sweet, James M. Sloan benefit doubleheader In New quarter on a 35 yard TO pass pass conversion with Frank.
'66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVIUE -:..'$27?? strike to Middleton Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Israel Berry, Junlus B. Jones York City's Madison Square from QB Robert Edmonds to Redding
COMfOHI CONTROL AIR CONDITIONED,t WAY SEMS,tUCIKIC' WIN. was his 13th touchdown pass Braves was third with 188 Mrs J.E. Meuse Miss Edith Garden. flanker Ronnie Lowe and a' The Wildcat defense caraea-
VOWS,ELECTRIC tlCHT DIMMER. points. Tommie Agee and The Aggies, coached by Cal
In the season. Although sitting Gammage JullaetteGammage gallant 56 yard run by Frosh llve for the second time In the
Cleon Jones were among the Irvin, are expected to have tailback Glenn Jackson. Edmonds to Flsk threat with
out most of the first period) Ernest L. Wilson, Chester R. game stop a
67 EL DORADO 4595 Jacobs finished with 99 yardson top 10. Cowart Bruce R.SeldonWil- one of their finest teams In connected with end cornerback Willie Vickers
TILT STEEIINO W:tff I.C UIS(CONTHOU WAY SEATS,CLIMATE. CO-, six completions. Senior The honoree was born In Mo-' liam R.,Davis, Grover C. Ha- recent years Four returnlnc.tarters,1ncludlne&7Vernon Willie George for a 2-polnt coming up with a timely Inter

TROt.AIRCONDITION running back Tommy Blue was bile. He bad a batting instructor n Mrs. L. H. Sweet conversion and the next attempt ception., With 2 minutes and
pos, ,
2595 AfcTs leading rusher with 43 Lefty O'Doul, former NL Mrs. G.P.Sloan Frank Courtney Walker and 6-0 guard Daryle failed. Flsk was equalto 40 seconds remaining In the
69 batting champion, who showed Cherry, both AU-CIAA selections the task as QB Coure continued half, Edmonds took to the air
,VI TION, AUTOMATIC. ACIOAY WA.RANTY.LON TRANSMISSION LOW MM,MILES fOW(' STEEIINO, AIR CONDU..*..,' him !how tons.his full strengthIn and James Seeley. will form the nucleousof to bombared the Wild hitting flanker Ronnie Lowe

following through with the ...******. the squad. cat secondary with passes hit who made an off balance catch

68 CHEVY II NOVA .-.................... $179' bat.For Schools, months of sched- ting end Jolla Lumpkln for two at the Fisk, 30. Lefthanded
'The estimates
VA that
KH,AUTOMATIC,POWER STEEPING IACIO.V W"IRANt some years he was considered ules and locations,followDecemberElora TO passes of 12 and 25 yards. ,throwing Frosh QB David

68 BUICK IE SABRE .............--..........-..,......... M9?S a secondary star on the some 50,000 men now In' College, Coure connected with tailback, Hamilton of Cordele replaced
1 OK.,H,TOf,AIR COMB,HIM,POWER,AUTOMATIC:,It't A MAIJ+11 Giants' team. He came Into service are attending Greensboro; Jaycees Tlpoff, James Watkln for 2-polnt Edmonds and promptly hit

,68 CHEVELLI MALIBU ............-........................ $17M his own after Mays slowed school this fall under the Greensboro; Virginia State,' conversion and failed on a- Lowe who went high into the
AUTOMATIC,RiH,ONE OF OUR IESI lUfS.HURRY down and Cepeda was traded. G.L. Bill, compared to 36, 'Greensboro; St. Augustine's nother but managed to knot the air a t the Flsk 9 yard line
e 1 h Pi No other pitchers were namedon 382 in 1968 and 22,847 In College Raleigh; Fayettevllle score at 22-22 at the end of to snatch one away from three

68 PONTIAC} NRANLDIPRIX! 2995l the ballots. '967.roWatch. State, Greensboro. the first period defenders. Edmodds returnedto
"IAC l UP THI GRAND McCovey Is 31 years of age. 1 January: Lincoln University, In the second period Fort the game on fourth and tow
: Ht came to the Giants 1n1955 Pa., Madison Square Garden; ''Valley was stopped on their faking a handoff up the middle

67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.CPE. .................... $1995 after graduation from high This Claw,: NCCU, Greensboro; Winston- first drive but had Flsk backed and gave to Lowe on an end
VI AurOMATIC.UH,'OWfUTER1NO.AIICONOIlION, \ 6 school in Mobile. The Giants Salem, Greensboro; Livingston -' up on their own tow yard line around for a six pointer. 'The
61 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT. COUPE ............... $219 1 J sent him bus fare to their Greensboro; Shaw Uni- Speedster Sr. tailback James P.A.T by Edmonds was no good
,VI.RtH,AUTOMATIC,POWMSIEERINO iiCaprkon rookie camp In Melbourne. 4517 67- versity, Greensboro; J. C. Watkins took a Court handoff
61 FORD GALA XII 500 .................................... $1 179tAIR They signed him after trying Smith, Charlotte; St. Augustine' the middle brushing aside and the score was deadlockedat
** 20 39 up
..'.'... $2095 ( ; J>ec. 2Wa.. 20) him out. Greensboro; Elizabeth two tacklers and out ran Wild- With less than a minute to
CUSTTOM.AUAOMAEICrAANSMISSION.. .fowEI t STEERING./ (IH Holly U the flower of Urn lie'led this year with 36 City, Elizabeth City; NCCU, cate secondary on a brilliant play in the half, Fort Valley
Refuse born under the sign Capricorn, homers. He Is the second 1 6 Durham. 98 yard run for a TO. Coure got the ball once more. I n
We Take Peals Where Others white onyx their birthstone, player to win two leads back February: J. C. Smith, ,hit end Emanuel Ross for the Just two plays, QB Edmonds

Credit Approved,on Spot, and The perfection children their or ,Capricorn oa1. to back. The Giants finished 2'' .1..1.I' Greensboro; Wlnston-Salem'' 2-point conversion. Fisk extended had hit Jackson for a 30-yard,
have high for second in the league. Wlnston-Salem; Shaw Unlversity their lead as Fort Val- pass play and connected with
orfiniutkm -
R. S. EVANS3rd and are constantly Among past winners are: 3. : Raleigh; Livingston, ley was stopped again taking tom for a 35-yard TO pass
'their-fold. 1949;Roy Campanella,Brooklyn -? is' : Greensboro; E Ion College,
&MAIN Tlaugl'somewhat; renerved 1951; Roy Campanella, 22.14.1 ', Greensboro; Fayettevllle, ,:
they will generally conform U> "''''-
Brooklyn, 1953; Hank Aaron, Fayettevllle. :
'TruJO',0.44312 IOClet,', more for .the commonal 15 : 32' "
Milwaukee 1957 Ernie Banks 54-
., ; ,
wellhelmTONIGHT< Chicago, 1958 and 1959;Maury t:: If you want a better whiskeyTeigfaih's .

Wills, Los Angeles, 1962; Sometimes He's Up, Sometimes ; .1f' > '''' rr ht t the top i ;}"' ;r
Willie 'Mays, San Francisco, He's down. He Adds, Kennedy Recr j '' q..g ? ,
.; 19tS; Orlando Cepeda, St. I Substracts around. ", He works it all" t ;1!<,.,-. ') 'S '7,Crown.*:! }Y.

New Louis Louis York,, 1967 1968, 1954;;Bob Willie; Robert Gibson Mays,Cle-St., ''''5.G.i It' Ill, Center, Lists I: ,;t'W', : .,Say Seagram's' .., ." ... 'and--.t\':Be"" ".S.',.\vr"J1it.'' e 1l'i 1'

mente Pittsburgh 1966. Attraction ;( "r.1> : ;, .,\
: Coming "
; ,,'11.4; ..,.,.. $,4. '
55 71 It
I'lall Tourney]
2 0
Leroy Kelly Scores MAH'S AYSNUMIERED ,

The Eagles won the Junior
I boys two-man basketball tou-
Against NY ,GiantsCLEVELANDLeroy "Man's Days are Number nament at the R.F. Kennedy
ed. Health and Fortune can Gymnasium and Center.

be Yoar's'wten you know They defeated the Bullets by

I! rI Kelly your Lucky Days. ILucky 20 to 13.Donald. '

/ Ir ) scored three touchdowns during Colors, Set. Love'led the Eagles
the first 16 minutes of play Send ..00 for your with 24 points. Larry Barrow
and gained 124 yards In 18 Horoscope Guide for of the Bullets was high scorer r.
In the tournament, with 33 I
!A carries during the game here
which brought defeat, .28-17, ?DECEMBER;: points. 'r"k" !
men's and'
to me New Giants The senior ((18

Kelly Is the defending National :Fill la !the blank below and up), two-man basketball tour
Football League ,rushing mall to ZODIAC, Post nament will be held at Ken- .

champion. He scored first Ofifct Box JacksonTilMria. vnedy,. Center on Wednesday,
quarter touchdowns on right mIL December 23, at 7 p.m. All r'A Y
'_act", .. of 30 and 23 yards,. : Interested teams and players
lUll should register from November
then went one yard Into the i
P end cone on the first play of ,, ,24 through December' 1. .
; second Quarter. Attending 'STREET Activities are sponsored by
: Jacksonville Recreation I .
the '
were 8,595 fan. .1UIIUII."IUIICOIfM.lLt. msanefaeefwlfE enff.rt
VDATI OF BISTB. Department.
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R.C. Cola Sponsors Gala Yates On Pane'lFor Bishop Congratulates Appointee Bishop Names Rev. Black Jackson

Toston Presiding Eldei

Affair For Pigskinnors Baha/i i Program CONTINUED FROM PA&K'I Boycott Hurts

,Charles Tostoigls Presiding
MIAMI:-Presentation of specially Inscribed watches toplay- Alton W.Yates,Executive Director .4d Elder.
ers and coaches In the 1969 Orange Blossom Classic and of the Office of Economic law",1 North Jacksonville District: White StoresJACKSON
Festival football game will be but one of the major contribu- Opportunity will be one ; r Rev A.C. Chandler, St. Paul
tions made by Royal Crown Cola Company of Columbus Ga. of five panelists appearing on Jacksonville; Rev. R.V. Web-
The "Classic" !game Is scheduled for Miami's famed Orange the program sponsored by the ster, St.Stephen,Jacksonville; Miss.-The: effectof
Bowl Stadium Saturday I night, December 6betweenhost, Florida Baha'I Community of Jackson- Rev B.H. Martin, PayneCha- black boycotts has provento
A.. and *..... \1 i,..i....ers.ti.y .....iil.. y,,.--..'_be_named opponnd. will commemorating Human pel Jacksonville; Rev Z.L. be most effective In Jack-
Royal Crown Cola Co.'s a awards;; will be spotlighted In Rights Day. Tyrus, New Hope, Jacksonville son.
contribution of OBC watches the "RC Trophy Car" which The program open to the pub- it I, ; Rev Waterford,Macedonia The boycott has been so effective -
began In 1962 and marked the in recent years has developedinto lic free of charge, to be presented 1 r Fernandlna Rev. J. that beleaguered white
first time that a major cor one of the top crowd at the Gulf Life Building Y ;W. Watkins, St. James, Jacksonville merchants have filed a suit
poratlon had made a contri- pleasers by parade viewersand Cafeteria on December 5, Rev Richard Bethel, lor $3.500,000 against the'
bution of this kind to minority those who witness the 'at 8:00: will Include In addition Henry Gordon, Jacksonville; :NAACP whom. ,they considera
athletics. The Columbus- pre-game festivities at the to Mr. Yates who will k M. Rev. E. 1.. Green, Prince chief support oTfbTboycott. -
based International soft drink Orange Bowl Stadium. speak on Economics In Human .
Chapel, Nassauville; Rev. C.
firm Inaugurated another key Royal Crown Bottling Com- Rights, Dr. A.T. Searcy Atli S. McFarland Gregg Temple. This suit, filed In the chanc-
"Classic" activity In 1963 ... pany of Miami, now a unit of a well-known Baha'I from r t I Jacksonville Rev.R.E.Lamp.,;, ery court, charges the defend-
the annual Players and Royal Crown Cola Co., will Agusta, Georgia, who will Church of the Master, Jacksonville ants with "wrong, injuries
Coaches dinner. be the principal sponsor of a speak on Human Rights are ; Rev. J.C. Banner loss and damages." The merchants -
The 1969 dinner vlll be held post-parade record hop for Cod-Given Rights. The themeof man, Lewis Memorial, Jacksonville also want an injunction
Friday evening, December 5, youthful parade participants. this year's discussion will ; Rev. S.J. McKnight,' against further activity
at the Barcelona Hotel on This event, initiated In 1964, be "Human Rights The Job Gibbs Chapel, Jacksonville More than two and one-half
Miami Beach. Joining RC as annually attracts some 1500- To Be Done." Rev. James Thomas, New years ago the black populace
hosts will be Clark Gum, New 2000 youngsters and Is held Human Rights Day this year Berlin Mission, New Berlin, started its program. Recently
York City, Chrysler Corpora ,at Washington Junior High marks the 21st anniversary Rev. A.R. Richardson,is Pre- they extended their programso
tion, Detroit. Greyhound Cor School, parade headquartersfor the adoption by the United Nations siding Elder. as Include all merchants.
poration, Chicago; and Gulf out-of-town schools. of the Universal Declaration South Jacksonville District: According to press releases,
Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh. The record hop has gained of Human Rights Baha'I Rev. A.J. Reddick, Grant Memorial 13 stores had. to close their
Royal Crown Coal Co, will the support of the town's communities In over 2,000 Rev Charles E. Toston left, pastor of Mt. Zion A.M.E. for the past five years,receives con- Jacksonville; Rev. F.- doors.
also present trophies to the citizenry: and other businesses cities will Join In the obser- gratulations from Bishop F.D. Jordan, right, for his election to the position of presiding elderof R. Satchel, Bethel, Palatka; Blacks have used only one-
competing teams --a, championship who contributions pro- vance of the day. the West Jacksonville District. Bishop O.L.Sherman of Texas looks on approvingly.Photoby Rev. R.J. Franklin, Mother fourth ($40,000)) ,of thelrfood
troph and a runnerup vice "Classic" youth participants In 1968 the North American Jet., Midway, Jacksonville. Rev A. stamps. A one per cent sales
trophy. This Innovative with an opportunityfor Baha'I Office for Human Rights D. Harris, Fountain CahpeL; ,tax In Port Gibson dropped
"Classic" feature was inaugurated wholesome supervised received the Silver Anvil Award Jacksonville Rev. E. L, by one thousand dollars.
by RC la 1964. The :reatlon and entertainment.Jones from the Public Relations Santa In Bahamas O'Neal Mt. Zion, Green Cove Individuals named in the suit
Society of America for its Springs; Rev. Willie D.Young,' include Dr. Aaron Shirley
Leaders Honor Mrs. Jones 1 program on behalf of International NAACP leader
Mt. Zion, South Jacksonville; Fayette Mayor -
I Human Rights Year. ; 7 Rev. B.J. Ballard, Wayman Charles Evers, Alderman
Of Corinth Bapt.An Chapel, South Jacksonville; Fred Allen, and NAACP President -
Love And Charity S c-; Rev J.W. Jones, Mt. Morlah, Aaron Henry.
appreclillonprogram by Mrs. Erma Lewis Jacksonville; Rev. Nathaniel Nor date has been set for the
given in honor of Mrs. W.L. Mrs. Jones is a former directress Union court case.
Jones for 39 years of service and founder of the' Temple Has UnionThe t( Jacksonville ,
4" at First Corinth Baptist First Corinth Baptist kinder-
Church, as a pastor's wife and garden and founder of the Baptist Fifth Sunday Union lie
as a member of the church. Ministers'Wlves' lUance. Love and Charity Spiritual :t
The celebration was largely ,She was Instrumental the Temple, Inc., will be held at FOR SALE BY' DINER (QOTHACHE
attended. Mrs. D.B. Barnesof organization of several auxi- St. Martin Temple with tbe Dont sumo -relieve
Peace Missionary Baptist, liaries of the church and has president In charge. 3 Bedrooms-2 Car Garage. vain in seconds it millions do with
,narrated the program. She launched several successful Sunday School begins at 10 Owener ,will finance after IRA.JFI. Many dentists recommend
was introduced by Mrs W.E. projects in the developmentand a.m., morning worship at 11 small down payment. Call professional utmf ORA Jfl treatment until you |X et *_wSorajel .*

Young, first lady of Tabernacle beautification of .t tbe ,a.m., with Elder Barbara A. 3546746. *
Baptist. church. Rosier and Deacon George ni eq =.>
Mrs. C.A.Weaver presented Visiting ministers were Rev. Stephens In dual sermons.At.
gifts and made presentations, A.F. Cummings and Rev.Kill- 3 p.m. Evangelist Ruby Warren .
representing Day Springs Bap- lard. Both spoke.
will speak. At7:30Evan-:
tist. The honoree received many gelist Elizabeth Griner will Deposit. .110.00li e, Your Fitin .
Other representatives were lovely gifts.Chairman. speak. All are welcome. Din- NOW "
present from organizations were Mrs. AggieB. ner will be served. Mrs. A. TRAIN NURSES AID".
with which the honoree is affiliated. Bishop and Mrs Patsy B. Hagans is president. A.B. Pay Balance litlf'
4 Mrs.A.F.Cummings Johnson. Assistants were Hagans Is presiding elder.. ,
represented the Baptist Mini Mrs. T.B. McCall and Mrs. Mrs. H.M. Frazier is bishop. ,
ster's Wives Alliance, Mrs. Mary Slmm The church was ,-- JACKSONVIUETRAINING --
CHILDREN In evidence the Christmas-time Junkanoo In the
are everywhere during sunny
Edna Gordon of West Union attractively decorated. Mrs.LllUa.n .
Tabernacle' Bapt.' Bahamas. Here, marching along Nassau's Bay Street, costumed kids herald the holidays .
the Citywide Deaconess Union, Brlsden and !the Pulpit .- .
I Mrs Amanda Lark of Day Aide Board were responsi musically Boxing Day, the day after Chrlstman, is an occasion for parades, fun, and general
the Bahama Islands
I Spring the Union St. James ble. Sunday School begins at 9:30 festivity throughout
Association and Mrs. B. W. Mrs. Horne, mother of the a.m. Mrs. H. Solomon, superintendent 210' y. Adams Street 35BJ301that's .

Williams, president of the Un- honoree, was present, from will be in charge.At Florida State, =-, I ,
Jon St. James Association,the Abbeville Ga.,Mrs.Margaret 11 a.m. the ,morning ser ;
:Association Itself. Sommons, sister, and M r a.' vice begins. Rev. W.E.Young Conference HeldThe I
., Mrs. Gussle Page Gray sang, Albert Mungin, sister, were pastor will deliver the mess
',representing Mt. Calvary,accompanied present, as was Mr. Mungln. age. All youth choirs and ush- Florida State Conference
: by Cecil Fisher..A The Baptist Ministers Alliancewas er board No. 2 will serve. will meet at Temple No. 1,
.. summary was given on Mrs. a special guest. Sunday night service begins 1916 Meharry, Friday night, t'' ;
I at 7 p.m. On Wednesday at November 28, at 7:30.: Ser- "
DM7Ni1COfME1Mi1MiMM 16JlewIMM 1ri74f MTW1MWM nn: ,. "c'
vices will be held all day "
5:30 all
youth meet.
It's rmore to shop of Jas I The teachers meeting Is at Saturday, Sabbath, November :

LOW 6:45.730.Prayer meeting will beat 29 with, beginning th devotional at 10:30: Busch? baby

nG i The '*4on for today 1 s S ,. .
"Examples of Personal Evangelism "And I'm telling it like it is. People today are moving
[*; PRICES: Swan Silverlones ." The afternoon wor- .
:1 .
ship will be at 3 p.m. Bishop on up-reaching out for the best And the best is Busch.

i Go To Brunswick Dothan Faulk is host pastor -' ,'',,.!' Premium brewed with costly barley, virgin hops. The

Ever j and state superintendentof 'x9.' only popular-priced beer in America with in-brewed car-
y Florida. '
Guest are expected from loti ,. bonation (our own special way of putting fine bubbles
i The Swan SUvertones f
h Pennsylvania and the Fantastic 0 Clearwater.On Tampa, St.. Petersburg n d :,' in beer). The best popular-priced beer in America? That's

.y I Vlollnaires of Michigan Busch, baby. And it."
t Sunday, November 30,the we can prove
:I 'Prices Good Thru Wed. Dec. 3rd will appear Tuesday, December deacon board will preside at'
I 9, at Selden Park at 8pm. \ Look for the special Rosko display wherever buy beer.
7:30: p.m. on December 6 the you
Only At .....Kints Rd. & Rushing : in Brunswick, Ga. youth will preside throughout '. !

8thlDafis..Ediewood Ave. At the day, beginning at, 10:30: I :':
am : ,: BUSCH .from r-Butcrt, Inc, St. Louis Mo.
Cleveland Rd..33rd&Moncrief,..

ZlstlMyrtle SINGER :MODEL '600_ UNFURL HOUSE r >
WE In-'walnut
Repossessed con-
master charge N BAHKAMERICABO.If sole. Just dial to any fancy 515 Copeland St. 2 Bdrms. "
: HONOR stitches and buttonholes.; Sole Llv. Rm., Nit, Bath iiPorch.
new for over $400.. Balance Conv. to bus, close In $16.50wk.
M 1a47WRA1iNiS1i7NE1aIf liRSaiAiJMf 14*; i $91.20 or $8 mOo payments Call 388-6472 or 384-

*I 'lltgant, 10 yr. old WhiskeyJ. Bankamericard and Master- 6112
charge welcomed. Call for
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Charcoal Perfected z Dealer
: Come in today and shop at the
Old Style WHISKEY new Fuller's Cosmetic and
Boutique Shop at 703 Broad iiw
t LISTING OF HOMES Street. Place your orders ; -I
ro i iT4Jf5"CASE oft Xmas now or purchase _4
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the shelf. Shop now or call
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A Unique Table Wine ,you.Non-Yetera4ls Both Veterans can qualify and, I FOR SALE If ii.

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