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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 1, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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WASHINGTON-President Johnson, a recent grandfather on June 21, presented Young
Goes Before America medals to three youths for their bravery and community service, during a White
Among Escapees Trout River JuryA House cermony. Left to right Mathanoil Tyrone Curry 17. of Opa-Locka Fla., who rescued -

a 2-year-old from a burning house In 1985; Gloria CU.ldy, 14, who was born in Dub-
torn Brown 16 of 1230 Wig- .
lin, Ireland but who bow lives in Manhattan, who rescued her then 3-year-old twin brothers
r Jacksonville police are still hunting for three of the seven more St. drowned in Trout afternoon RIver lawsuit against the Erie 0. Simpson and the FLORIDA from a fire in 1965, and DruslUa Chiyono Akamlne, 19, Honolulu who spent some COO hours
women who staged a daring Jail-break from the City Prison onlast Thursday white STAR In which the plaintiff jeeks $10,000 plus for damageswill working as a volunteer to help retarded children In 1965. (UPI TELEPHOTO)
with two
last Sunday after overpowering a matron whom they lockedIn while swimming be heard In Circuit Court. Monday before Judge Roger
a storeroom. youths. Way rigbt.
Arthus Johnson, 17, of 609 E.
'to' Thursday noon police soners who work In the kit- 56th St., said "I Jumped in and The plaintiff it Warren Folks' Inc In the community In which Teenage Girl
hard captured Ella Mae Green, then. tried to grab him." Brown had who has championed the states he lives, and further that Plaintiffs -
j Patricia Seaward (alias Leona She opened:the cell door InR06ETTA been swimming with two white rights ideology and has been a regular customers stopp-

w _Robinean? ).,' Rosetta_WDltamhs. ,-r' ::- .w" ;40.j.-::; ..., .,6'vJ youths near the south end of the frequent marcher and protester Found.Slain
F. r' "' .4UDC [ bridgeJohsnon: said. Johnson,, who has gained a reputation tat jiWi'
t I who had been fishing at a dock his attitude toward the NAACP,, I: AS HWmVILLE, MOr-A Negro
I of Aeree's Marina said Brown Folks'claims that his reputation teenage girl was found slain
Jumped from a dock into the wa' was injred. ,by an article in a wooded area near her
ter and began struggling. This which' appeared ,in the Doe 31, ( .! home early last Sunday Prince jh',tyi effort to reduce facial people of the 'community"'' In
k was when Johnson Jum.pedlnal- 1966 issue under the headline ",' j Georges County! police re, unrest .to'may of'the over the/ terested..
\ ter him but the current forced JAX RACIST FIRES SHOTGUN ': tarp .# !t.S" t.C ported. nation NAACP branches areorcahiline National NAACP headquarters
A H r him to retreat from the water, AT NEGRO"" KLAN t : .... Police refused to divulge the 'special that will is' closely watching the plans
.
.
q I Brown was not seen alive after A sub-title over the story read: ,...:. cause of death, relatives who 'work to offset problems that 'of Fort Myers which requiresa
t "Action of Racist In Aiding P'N. : 'iA'isr. 8L :.".' saw the body said the had been create community 'l unrest and series c of two-hour clinics
Police Stirs Community". "IY.( ": ';; MrNO I' badly beaten and apparently disorder. to register unemployed Negroes
The FLORIDA STAR news : y rlte-t raped. Phillip H. Savage, trl-eWe for existing Job opportunities -
i story dealt with the incident A/S"/ ( Ht"1.aKcyAtt:6 Police Identified the victim field director of the NAACPhas and get them hired.
in which Folks Intervened while ; as Donna Marie Brooks, 15- called on branches In his The community part requires
alp a City policeman was arresting } 'ted years-oM, the daughter of Mr. area to set up units to aide employers the majority of them
a young Negro, Arthur Robinson Rpi :.iIII and Mrs. Cortes Brooks, Jr. In solving racial problems white to come forward and offer
of 1568 West 16th St., on of 6601 Deputy Lane. The flri Mr. Savage is director for Jobs opportunities.
Dec. 25,1966.During I ; l:' had been living with her grand the Pennsylvania, New jerseyand Clyde Washington, 26, said,
LENA WILLIAMS GLORIA J. SMITH the scuffle with the arresting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cortez Delware tri-state area "I don't want any secondrateJob.

'and Patricia King Still at large the dar and five of the 12 officer In to which Folks WARREN FOLKS Brooks Sr., scores the Branch leaders of these areas ." "I want a Job where they
I Tina Levlene Vera intervened Robinson beaten street. ,have been urged by Savage to need a man not Just a blackman
Young was
are women in the cell rushed out, ed coming: by his barber shop "
and Gloria slamming the door against her., with a baseball bat and for a haircut as the Plaintiff Is Reports have it thaI'four or organize unite and conduct Washington is a leader
Miss Smith.wai serving outs One gouged the matron In the suffered several wounds in the a licensed barber under the laws five persons have been questioned weekly ,meetings until school of the biggest segment of rest
q head. of Florida and Plaintiff suffered but here have been no reopens Mr, Savage suggested less youths in the West Side
arrests. that the units be called slum area and his appearanceat
Folk's charges that the pub1Jc.tlOII' an extreme loss of busi '
"was published false- ness." Police: reported receiving a TOPS 'Teen-agers' Organization the schoolhouse meeting was
t1iLi1TOM ly and maliciously, with a Attorney Walter ,C. Shea Is call of a serious accident on, for a Productive Bummer considered a major step toward
'ri lton and reckless disregardas representing Simpson and the Deputy Lane about 1:15 a.m. '" getting the project organized.
to the effect and result of STAR It was not until they arrived "The,Contents of the meeting "He could turn us over to
BROWN such a publication relative to FLOlilDA' on the scene that it was learned would deal with various sub riot in five minutes" Rev, Edwards -

this according to Johnson His the Plaintiffs feelings and re- the girl had been, killed, jects such as recreation,human said. "It took us five
r body was recoverpd by police putation. Negro police said. relations, police,. employmentand weeks to get to him"
Page
and search boats about, two, "That as a direct and proximate A group odpeoplestasding'lessthan education,", Mr. Savage The big question is whether the
hours later. result of the defender's a block from the bouse said "At each meeting an expert city commissioners will Join in

Tom Brown was the son<:Mr. defamatory publication, Plaintiff Eyes Future saw' Donna approach shortly in each of the areas of, and make this project success..
and Mrs. Bob Brown also of 1230 suffered and sustained In- after .1 .am. One of them the concern,would discuss with the One of them ,is the owner of
Wigmore Street.Poell's Jury to his reputation and stand- victims uncle Stanley Ford, d group problems relatingthem." slum property In the ghetto
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-NPI- 507 72nd Place, Seat Pleasant, In conjuction with the announcement area. If they don't meet their,
Censured Tampa Woman At 13, Loam Moncur, remembers from NAACP Executive part of the bargain chances for
Cool Summer"could
Director' Roy WUkins Operation
Jim crow at a Miami ham
Not Shoots Mate "red alert" on June' 15, we go down the drain.
----- Seating LikelyWASHINGTONAdam burger stand but as the firstNegro
note that the Negroes of Fort Also In the spot light of racial
on the floor of the Florida
PATRICIA KING TINA LEVINE Clayton TAMPA-A 43-year-old Tam legislature he's to Myers met last Monday,night turmoil Is the city of Miami

sentence which was soon to expire ,eye with her thumb. Powell's offer to undergo public pa man was gunned down by Us what's ahead."Remember. looking ; in ft muggy schoolroom near Just recently the police department
after which she was to be The matron wu dragged toa censure In return for readmission estranged wife last Saturday what Martin ,a sprawling Negro slum to oN of that city'wu
turned over to the county on storeroom aDd locked: inside. to the House was afternoon following an argument Luther King said. By the time a poise a project called "Ope charged with brutal, vicious
felony warrant for possession The women theaopen! thedoor, flatly snobbed by fellow House between the couple over their my generation grows up,maybewe ration Cool Summer' and unwarranted actions..
J to thellola&QceD: dtklpasedi members."I six children will have a Negro President More than 60 young Negroes The case involved Negroes
certainly don't think be is Milton Harlee, Jr., of 2432 ," said Lofton. He it many ef them hesitant ,to be* young men and women in their
in any position to dlcatate the 18th Ave., was admitted Tam may be him. says lleve; that something was finally late teens and early twenties,
terms under which he would be pa General Hospital with bullet "They may see me sitting in going, to:be done,,.'came many who are drop-outs with
wounds in the left side of his
of minor offenses.
records
seated," said Rep. Vernon back and arm. those seats soon," he said, ,to learn more about the open. : These victims were manhandled -
Thomason, R-Wts., a memberof waving at the ration.
seats of the
the select committee which His wife, Mrs. Lottie, Mae Florida House. :. This project like operation beaten,,\ and gouged with
Harlee. 26, of 2020 Cano Ct., "youth patrol" is designed to guns before being pushed In
.
investigated the Harlem Negro "I want to g all the way up .
-i: preacher-polticlan. was arrested on charge of aggravated President of the United States put Idle Negro, youngsters to paddy wagons Into which gas
assaultHarlee if work to siphon off discontent was tossed.
The special committee Investigated told police that while possible -- Of for some strange
which they predict could explode course
The in his
boy put first
Powell and charged day
visiting his wife, they got into DONNA MARIE BROOKS into violence in,,Florida reason none of Miami's, news
recently as in the House
a
pagd
him with misusing public travel an argument about whether their carried stories of thb
communities. papers
and payroll funds and recommend the first in the history of the
.r children should attend summer Legislature. There said the girl stopped chatted It seems that the youngsterare particular incident.
that he be seated, fined are some
school. He said as he started briefly with the group played an talking about previous A Miami radio maD,Art Gree.
Negroes working the staffsof
140,000 stripped of his 23 years on
: ", ','r; t i ," ,.,.,' VERA'YOtlNG----- seniority, and publicly ceo fire upstairs on him., 'Mrs. Harlee opened senators, but Lofton Is the with a small cat, then vent outbreaks of violence over the has a prgram over. radio station,
WAME 'called "Hot Line" in
on her way. country. Rev leaders Edwards
Tina Levlene.
iiI i sured. first to take the floor of a legislature
Mrs. Hence gave a different A In the neighborhood Baptist pastor and president which people call In their com
fd'.J woman
Two time
for
the
,. ,. women serving Powell, who claims actionis chamber In Florida
previous escapes were then released unconstitutional and Is suing version of the incident.She said since nearly a century ago. said she was waking by the, of the local: NAACP chapter plaints, grievances or Just to
ELLA MA; GREEN from another cell and the the House In federal court to her husband came to the house Appointed by Rep. Kenneth Brooks' home after 1 ,a.m., said, "you ,don't need to take talk.
women left through a back door, force his readmission, broke and threatened to kick the door Myers, Miami Democrat, Lof- when she beard a sound d my word for it,, but, drive, It was through Green's program
of In or shoot it open : beaten in the down Anderson that the truth became,
narcotics. St.
and scaled a 10-foot concrete a long silence yesterday to tell ton is seventh grader at Miami's someone being once;
Arnold 0Quinn' secrity direc wall Meanwhile, Mrs. Rates a news conference at his Blmlnl Describing him as being ill-Negro Brownsville school! bushes. The woman said they're all there hundreds of light to the public's eye.
tor at the prison said two of got out of the storeroom and hideaways"Although "drunk" the young mother who and the son ,of a musician. she was frightened and went them, talking about Tampa, Many Negroes in Miami are
the women ran out of their shoes called for assistance. A guard my conscience is is eight months preganant said !"I' remember when I could walk to notify the Brooks family. Cleveland. Watts and A &Dtit. frustrated, unemployed, discriminated
and another left half of herdress ran to the wall and caught clear and my heart untroubled, when she let him in the house !nto this hamburger place and The body wa* found, by .the, Marvin Caries, state field director against tired of
sealing a barbed wire the' last of the women as she I would nevertheleu accept with ,Harlee of placed a pistol on top hey: would sell me a dough- girl's brother Caries ID, JT, ; for the NAACP, says If ,poor -boosing and high rents
the
fence. ," was scrambling over She was reluctance the same punishment television.She nut and I would sit down at and a friend.Donna you can put dollars in their :I poverty and lack of welfare
Mrs. Mary 'Raines, the only returned to Jan. meted out to Sen. told investigators that he counter and the lady would had Just completed the hands, they won't be picking i assistance.
guard in the.women's section The others ran to the fence (Thomas JJ Dod&" 'I luring! the argument her bus-' ay: I'm sorry"," said the 10th grade at Fairmont Heights up bricks. He calls this a com-' Miami like many other cities
Sunday night, said she was cal and climbed over then dashed The senate censured Dodd on band started towards the pis- 10). As a page boy he makes. High School. She would have munltj project, but his biggest bas I a long not summer ahead
led to a cell .which held pri- into the woods* a 92 to 9 vote last week \Ikeaded|tol but upstairs.changed his mind and J:96, every two week. been 16 on July 4, I problem has been.getting the cl< them.



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THE FLORIDA STAR q4y mmBy


NEWS WHITNEY M. YOUNG; JR

TOGHETTO-"HOT" OR COOI//'?
IN
Published by the Florida Star Publishing\ CompanyMEMBER SUMUEB

Summer need Dot be a period emptineaa. ttMedDtsummer bea

FOa r C/R. time or Yio1ence ao4 racial &ns1ooI. tradition
y of
E(1E
tragic
T We seem to be slipping! into a the
understalld1nl between races
riots and fear. The gulf ID
BEGIRD P TIQlWlIC seems to bdifficult. wtdentng and communication Is becoming more


This is. a very serious situation ud it's I

to take the best efforts of people of
,8. SlWSOtf Muafiof' EdlfirKl.lDA of both races to solve. The first step II
be communication. 1M white majority

WOQTEH( .......CifCBl; 'lioi 1IIIIIIr make the effort to understand and that the the
trations In the ghetto run deep
JvLn.... ..hiii poor have to be
problems W uo- ,
J"th; coDdelDDat1on of the pIo1ta.

' 2323 Hoocriel Road Phil U2\' 7 1alnlIalli. alto Y *I tion The y of must the be ghetto which results In riots, as they are of the


., Ad
tOm who think violence can cure social Ills. It can'tViolence

P.O. Boi 599 Jaclsoiiille, Florida 32201 among only begets more violence, and the Innocent ire the

ones who are usually hurt
MIAMI OFFICE There are some "crash" programs under way In variousrhettos .
temporary recreational facl-
ummer Job programs
lilies and other s which some cities have set up to try to
5018 HI 7th AVI. Phone 751-3879 keep' this summer "cool", But temporary measures don't.solve .

anything/ When ghetto-dwellers see a sudden flurry of
Interest in June and see indifference to their fate return in
r SUBSCRIPTION RATES September they understand that the reason for this Interest is

One Tear $6.00 Half Year $4.00 merely to keep the boiling point low.
Mailed to You. Anywhere In the United states. Racial problems hate to get year-round attention, and the
Subscription payable In advance vast potential of the disadvantaged must be put to use. Govern-

Send Check or Money Order to: mental action to end poverty and discrimination have to be

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 > : joined by private and Individual efforts.
t. Jacksonville I. Florida \ Business will have to change Its hiring practices which
4 made Negroes the last ones hired and the first fired. Some
.IJ companies have set admirable records in hiring minority
= '
: / 't citizens, but others haven't gotten the message yet.
/ l. % '\' group
.
Independence DayThe
: __ Unions will have to shape up on this front too. Citizens groups
: will have to get behind efforts to Improve slum schools
4th of July is upon us again and Needed And Wanted .. NOW! and end segregated housing. Every institution and Individual
there should be a firm rededication to will have to contribute his bit to solving the problem.But .
the principles and ideals that brought that's long range. What about now, this summer?
forth the "great experiment" in human j ---- -- .- .. -- -- -- -- -JIII-" - .. -" ... iiii Well, if we have to do things piecemeal, every city must

liberty-the United States.It 1 put everything got into the ghetto. Public services have to
," be Improved, Jobs created, and some substantial efforts
with
is customary to recall reverence I r I
YOUR made to life in the ghetto.
an immortal remark of one of the nation's Weekly Perhaps visibly the most Improve important means of reducing tensions Is

founders on this most important of dates I for the police to act toward ghetto residents the way they act
but perhaps at this time in our history, 1 toward people in the richest part of town-with respect.
it would be more timely to quote a contemporary J Every major racial riot In recent years began with some

an Instructor in political 'I Guide 1 police action which was Ul-tlmed and ill-advised.
science at Mercy College New York. The I Horoscope In well-to-do suburbs the policeman Is looked upon as the
professor says, 'the.. Constitution is I *,* nice man who helps children across streets. In the ghetto he

,just a piece of paper which can be I I 1I Is too often known as the man who is too quick with an Insult:
I
and who relies too often on the of his billy-club or
power
scrapped if it has outlived its useful. I I
ness., Just like anything else. According I ** By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I II pistol. A minority of policemen harm honest officers activities.by ex-
and Takeoffs from
illegal
fronting money getting
to his remarks as reported in I 1
1I The ,ghetto-dweller resents these abuses. Too often the police
the Portland, Oregon, Journal, the basic I are seen ioore as an occupying force than as protectors.
political and cultural system of the WHICH ARE YOUR, LUCKY DAYS FOR 1n This Is unfair to the majority of policemen who are honest
United States must be revised even if it and who do treat citizens with respect But the tinderboX of

means a revolution culminating in vio I bitterness in the ghetto Is too easily set off to allow officials

lence. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL to take their chances on police abuses going unnoticed

Fortunately, the professor is protectedby J Ghetto patrolmen should get intensive training in human relations
the very constitution he belittles. 1I and should be picked for their sensitivity to the feelingof
the people In the district. And police commanders should
Like anyother citizen, he may speak his wear 1.------q,- -- --- -- -- -.- rne .-.....-.... -- -- -- -- ---- follow the lead of more enlightened police chiefs by not
mind without fear, which in Itself shows
massing large groins of their men when an incident occurs,
that we have kept faith with the foundersof ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORNBORN Often a small Incident which could have been handled by a few

our nation. Because of this faith, patrolmen, gets out of hand and develops into a full fledged

the professor may speak with intem- BORN MARCH21th.APRIL BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. DEC. ,riot wbea masses of police are,sent (a the scene. Restraint
perance. Our detractors.notwithstanding, and common sense are prime vlrtures which should be drilled
the 4th of July has a deep meaning for 19th' t y) ;23-OCT..1; 23rd' '' 22ad-)JAN. 19th :into our law enforcement officer.;:$J *niv! r;** "
f
most American'Citizens, and'it'will' be So '221d-JULY 22 I'd like to see summer become a Ume of peace again, and
has'been Make yourself scare. Whether Look up for guidance. The I'hope that the Irresponsible people who start these Incidents,
commemorated this year as it always Which shall It be? No matter See all sides.Being the glare occupying a place of minor or home or or economic ties that both whites and Negroes, keep this summer cool
in the past. what the circumstances may be of the spotlight once again,plans major importance, it would be one may be thinking of break-
In the case of each Allan,there for the present as well as for the better part of prudence to Ing off could be more solid than
are very few who will find the the future may need a thoroughgoing be somewhere else than in or realized. That Is why one should
Need More Negro Doctors month dull and lacking In something over to fit them In with around the seat of authority. consult the true inner self or THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY
interesting to do. Some the times. There should be no 'Real talentsshouldnotbefortbe the Higher Powers, when It is

While there is an urgent need for may have to change Jobs or hesitancy about Jumping from public to see or criticize, especially possible, before making a decision -
doctors'in general the need for more addresses, and this should one extreme to the other in when is of the that could be bitterly

Negro coctors is more serious. Percentage not pose any Insuperable pro- keeping with the circumstances that some one time will regretted during the coming By CWZEL BROWN, JR.

-wise. Negro youth does not have blems. Professionals or Industr1a11sta that may dictate such a course. have opinion>> to before you can years. Be especially in full The need for strengthening police relationships with the com
may also have to ad- It is that the pass self-control on the Fouth of
through four possible choice munities
the finances to see them declare yourself satisfied that they serve is critical today in the Nation's large
Just to rahter restrictive conditions not be to make July when one Is more apt than
followed by an may even yours to within cities. The Negro and other
years of medical school they have been brought minority groups are taking action
over which they haveno making It much more desirableto not to see things too darkly to
It acquire rights and services which
internship.The an ace of perfection. maybe have teen historically
control. This may even require be flexible and adaptable. or to lose possession altogether
denied
official them. As the most visible
wiser to shun representative of the
need for doctors was recently a sort of any society
Negro stepplng-downln Those who payyouforservicesprofessional of emotional stability.One must
pointed up by the Josiah Macy Jr. Founda- order to obtain a fres start up or otherwise, willexpect functions: rod to go off and to some dear' lever! forget that there is a from treatment which and,these equal groups are demanding fair ,
with friends opportunity law
John Z. Bowers told graduatesof the ladder of success.Prudenceon ;distance deeper meaning to life than the ,
tion. Dr. the rules ment
conformity to the Fourth of July. agencies are faced with
Medical College in Philadelphia the part of everyone, Including ones on pursuit of selfish or material
Women's that they set down. Marriage situations on the street which require 1
recently that Negroes would do better to guiding: oneself factor, should be the partners may also have the 3-70-66-15-137 Interests. develop>> policies and practices enforcei

have women doctors, because Negro society traditional Fourth accompanying of cele- same notions, making it difficult SCORPIO 4-50-77-19-185 actions when dealing with minority i
follows the maternalistic one of West brations.85099M300. July for you to enjoy complete AQUARIUS other citizens. f
Africa.It liberty of action when and where BORN OCT. Even if fairer treatment of mlnoirlty groups were the sole

is felt that the young Negro woman you choose BORN JAN. consideration, police departments would have an obligation to
1.30-33-19-523 24'' .NOY. 22nd attempt to achieve and maintain good policeman-community
of responsibilities
has qualities TAURUS relations. In fact: however, much more Is at stake Police-
dedication, personal warmth and .sympathy LEO What Is a friend? Much bas 2Oth-FEB. 18thBe community relationships have a direct bearing on character
have been associated with the true teens clad and written about of life in
which cities
APRIL our and
BORN on problems At the same time,
the difficulties of choosing the amenable. There is something they
physician of years past. BORN JULY police department's capacity to deal with crima depends to'
right mate,let alone finding one. to be done In the way of
However, if a young man or woman has the a large extent upon Its relationship with the citizenry. Indeed
20th-NAT 20th Friendship Is Jus as hard to duty, health Improvement, or
motivated to 23rd-AUG. 22nl no lasting Improvement in law
is enforcement is
in this
intellectual capacity likely
cultivate the kind: that is gen helping the other half to conquer -
succeed in spire pf handicaps, he can Why be afraid? It does not Pin it down. There Is some uine and steadfast In the face a problem that Is havinga improved.country unless. police-community relations are substantially

become a doctor. The trouble is partlyan necessarily hold true that mar thing cooking and It may be of of all obstacles. It is consequently depressing effect. Call upon
Hostility
unwillingness on the part of youth riage and the pursuit of material great Interest to find out whatit just as Important to powers of perception to aid in 01 the public, or has even lack confidence of a significant portion

1 to dig as required in medical schools. advantages cannot be undertaken is. Don't be hasty, however, guard amicable and matrimonial discovering the causes and a ,These attitudes, extremely with serious Implications for the police
simultaneously Andit about accepting the first terms ties with the utmost remedial measure that will do men which since able younr
should hot be takenfor grant offered. The chances of obtaining 'of vigilance so as not to invite good Instead of harm. If lacking generally seek occupations are not inordinately
Must Reduce CrimeAs ed that previous unhappy union dangerous and wb1ch have the respect and
or
Negroes Petty support their
better ones during the an Irrevocable loss. Many this power, no one is likely relatives! and friends.
Indicates that subsequent ones* next quarter are far brighter should feel quite confident and to tell you, complicating your Public
racial other people like to will follow the same pattern. since It be Matters hostility affects morale and makes police officers
a group, may conditions optimistic In these respects task to a great extent. less enthusiastic about
point fingers at us. The fingerpointingacusses The possibility of harboring that will then be the deciding up till after mldmonth when related to vocation and economic officers leaving the foree doing to their jobweujt may lead to some

us of poor oral language, of 'such block fears to would the be fulfillment the principal of- factors. There Is a rather depressing certain strains could start interests should give a demanding employment. accept more prestigious or less

lacking in ability in standardized note in evidence on developing.5x02217136. brilliant performancethatcould Poor
pass police-community relations
your mission on earth. Be especially the adversely affect the ability
glorious Fourth
of
tests of week partiotism fighting in July overshadow fallings In other 01 *the crime and
when
take to the &
you holiday, and it could be sounded directions.5f0t217987. police PPrehendcrimtaals. People>>
Viet Nam war---largely, ,r, ;.he last in; highways along with practically by adverse developments>> on SAGITTARIUSBORN hostile to are not so likely to report violations
stance, because of the action of prize the rest of the nation the highways, in the air and law, even when they are the victims. They are even less likely

fighter Cassius Clay aid the speeches of 5-90-77-15-754 perhaps almost everywhere NOV.23rdDEC. PISCES to report susplclouspersons or incidents,to testify as witnesses
Carmichael. voluntarily, or to come forward and prov1de 1nformaUon. Public
Stokely
GEMINI' 7.30-44-13-187 hostility can, and does
influence
21st ,
One has only to rp.a the newspaper weekly For example, It may mate officers "M toSSS
to observe the 1' rge number of crimes- VIRGO BORN FEB. also Induce the of
petty and capital-. committed by Negroes in BORN MAY Be on the spot. There maybe other use unnecessary force, verbal abuse, or
Improper>> practices. The
danger
uDder
series of wonderful 20th which the
a opportunities Uth-MAR." policeman -
Miami Tampa, Jacksonville, Charlottee, AUG. must work
BORN to develop may make him "less Judicious, Indeed less
North Carolina, and Raleigh, North Caro- 2lst- JUNE 21st -making potentials>>your pro- Have a program. ICs the t-ek discreet, In the exercise 01 his uory'" When unfriendly

Tina, to name a few places. You decide. Gemlnlans run 23rd-SEPT. 22nd one Is not hasty ,or provided Im back home for many of the crowds begin to gather, officers will necessarily :

Last week in the Florida Sentinel- Into all sorts of people>> seeing Show Interested. 'patient In the face of delays younger members of the family. can for reinforcements. and use greater force Jo sSre
that humans could be subject you're And IPs also the season the offender and control the onlookers Even
Bulletin, it was noted that four Individ- is not or deliberate stalling. The application If not excessive,
Friendship a
one-way
were Involved in larceny, three in petty of your greatest interest. Some street. Both sides have to do of gentle but steady of announcements regarding engagements such force!! will often k1 to Increased police Public tensions
and marri
project On the other hand
are happy some are sad.Others "tte cooperation of
the
six will keep the door open>> PUbUc..d1m1nJshe.,
theft, three in murders, in some intensive cultivating for pressure
are good, many are bad. Andso ages. The greatest obstacles, proportionately, the necessity of the use of
until eventually one can march physical force and
burglaries four in cuttings two in It to bloom in it s most vivid In Instances be a
on through the gamut follbles, in triumphantly. While cele- some may compulsion for achieving police objectives" Hostility by
stabbings, etc. emotions and character. This and lasting hues. As soon as brating the traditional .Fourth shortage of cash to carry out racial minorities or otters may also provoke police officers

Fifty per cent of these crimes could have Is what makes life interesting anyone be starts counting recleved how of July U Is customary, do not Intentions Many Plsclans who and therefore Increase the likelihood that they will dls-
much she has
been with considerable fore- especially for the curious or wish to raise the money for Eliminate in exercising their descretion.
prevented as compared to what has been expect everything to come out additional educational Consequently, poor
courses
thought. 'A'man will never be sorry, if Cemlaians. And being Inclined to your liking The youngsters DoUce-communlty relations tend to perpetuate enwebW
given, the relationship had Just simply to get married win The
or new push to for
to favor the new as against community Turban
should be programs in
of the family closely large
before
he looks leaping.
well be terminated then
u right themselves forced to workto
find centers that
the old, you may be willing to have a large minority
population
supervised to keep them out of to order to
Make certain that
and
be up to date in dress, thinking there. harm's way. And It is far from provide for their requirements cootron tensions and cI1scord and to han checks and balances on
and the way you decorate and dear ones, especially: among the make This no doubt will raise mobs and riots.
ideal day to or accept -
manage the home. Chances ttf younger crop, are not exposedto 'an declarations of affection havoc with previous plans drawn The Urban i League has an interest in

Keep 'your home beautiful-/ express yourself In novel ways. dangerous practices utilized ;/'or proposals of marriage. op for the cummer's diver because of Its involvement and Intent In comiunMalr,.
In this connection, should not to mark our glorious Fourth of stOOl; but one cannot have We continue to sera a resource center for all
keep America beautiful be lacking. July., I h g-50-77.13-946 everything, problems community

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,SATURDAY JULY ,i., mi STAR PAPERS 'ULI,


Unica Baptist AnnoBiices Representatives- AI.Embark. On Trip Second .Baptist Revelation, Baptist


a Plans Co..lol(I Sunday services at Revelation
Baptist Church will begin win
Activities
For The WeekHoly the Sunday School lessons at

Holy Communion will be held '::45 s.m Miss Evelyn D. Muter '
I at Second Baptist Church Sunday win be in charge The lesson

Eucharist will be administered during the evening at 6 p.m., Rtr. J.C Suns, Topic: The Gospel For The
worship at West Union Baptist Church Rev. Admlal F. 4i + h the pastor, assisted< by the asoclate world. The pastor Rev C. L,
Cummings, pastor. 1 v ministers and deacons Telfair will review the lesson
will administer the rites. The Morning worship will begin ai
Sunday School begins at 9.30: W. 2nd Street. combined choirs will sing for. 11 a.m., with Deacon Charlie
a.m., with the Beginners department Sunday School Teachers the services. Tunsein in charge of devotion
is charge of the ac- Council will meet Wednesday Activities for the day will The C. L. Telfair chorus will
.. The lesson, "The at 6:30: p.m. Preview of the begin with Sunday School at serve throughout the day
Church Reaches Out" will be lesson will be given during the i a r 9:30 a.m. L.G. Chester assist Afternoon worship will begin at
reviewed by the pastor. session ed by the assistant central 3 p.m. During this service: Holy
Morning worship is scheduled The Missionary: Society will and departmental superintendents Communion will be administered -
to begin at U a.m. with choir meet Thursday at 6. p.m., in
win be la charge. The, with the pastor and officers -
No. } and the Male Chorus their weekly meeting with the pastor will review the lesson In charge.
rendering music, directed by president, Mrs. Dollle Ford, and deliver the sermon for the District No. 1 of Revelation
:
Mrs Ruth Solomon and Mrs. presiding. jT Morning worship. Baptist win sponsor the Austin
Catherine 'Baucom. Usher Choir No. 2 will hold its business
Consecration rites lor toe deacons Twins in a recital on July 9th,
Board No. I will serve. TIle meeting Thursday beginning deaconesses, ushers and .at 7:45 p.m., in the auditoriumof
sermon will be delivered b> at 7.30: p.m., and Choir k4d nti choir will be held at 10:45: a.m. the church. They will be accompanied
the pastor. No. I will meet Friday at 7:30 and Morning worship begins by Bra Robert Bla-
District No. 12 and the trustee all members are requested at U a.m.Baptist. lock
board will meet following the to be present and on tralnlor'union win be Mrs. Thomas and the Thorns

morning worship time. t\ held at 4:45: with Mrs. R. H. gospel singers will render a
jntist Training Union will The Junior Missionary Groups Morrlssette assisted by Alex program July 16th at 7.30: p.m.
begin with the president pre- will hold their meeting Saturday .ander Heard In charge Other groups are scheduled to
ddb' & at 5 p.m. Weekly actlvttes will Includethe appear along with the Thomas
Evening worship at 8.30 The Vacation Bible School will
begins continuation of the Vacation singers on this program Miss
p.m. with choirs No. 1 and 2 begin July 3rd thru July 7th, Bible Schoo. The pour Evelyn Miller Is sponsoring
furnishing music directed by each day from 9 a.m. to 12
r are from 9-12:15 p.m. The program. The public: is cordially -
Mrs. EDt Mae Rate and Mrs. school Is to the Invited.
The open community : -'
Catherine Baucom. Usher Districts Sunday School
Board No. I will Sermon Auxiliary and children from all areas I HcwMf.! Olive
serve and B.T.U Congress of the city art invitee Age .Yoath
Mme pastor, Rev A.F. of the St. James Baptist rf 4-18 years of age. Selected

No Association will convene at the e Instructors are In ,charge of, Plans AnniversaryThe
District 3 will meet Monday church, July 12-16. Rev. A.F. DELEGATION-Members of teamsters local 512 who composed son, Mrs. Virginia Meddock and Mrs Dora Mae West, Trustee. each class ,
at 800pm., In the home of Cummings, host pastor; Rev the delegation representing DRIVE (Democrat, Republican Second row: Thomas Richardson, J.R. Grlner, DRIVE direc- The Prayer of Faith' Hour Youth Department of the,
Mrs Ola.Bell WUltehurst 1625 ,D.B. Barnes, ,president; Rev and Independent Voters Education) visited Washingtonto tor, John Turner, President and business manager, teamster win be held Tuesday at 1 I p.m. New MU Olive Baptist Church,
C.,. Watkins is moderator. confer with Florida's Representatives and Senators are local 512; W.E. Devereaux, president local 512 DRIVE. The pastor will be In charge winobserve thelythlydanntversary
shown as they embarked the Mrs. Montene Williams beginning July.17th through\
on trip.In and Mrs. Hattie Benjamin, trustees. of the Bible period. ,
,
Baptist Britier.g.11Mietiif the front row, from left are: Mrs Geneva Mitchell, vice Back row: Mrs Juanita Grlner, secretary; Mrs.Mary Margin. The Sunday School officersand the 21st.
Bethlehem Baptist president; Mrs. Bessie Stapleton, trustee; Mrs.Cor ia Richard- president, D.L.A. Local Ill!. Teachers Council will meet Varlouaauth departments
from churches in the
TDISTRICT city art
Friday night at 7p.m.
invited to share in the celebration.
Bethlehem their Baptist Church announces Mt. Zlon A.M.E. Bannister NEWS. REV; ISAAC SCOTTTO .
Ministers Sunday services E.
The Baptist Brotherhood I Mrs. MT.'ARARAT BAPTIST: PREACH SERVICE Speakers scheduled for, the
with Sunday School
at
of Jacksonvlll, Duval beginning District Ito 2 of the Ml. Ararat Baptist Church will meet week are as follow!":Miss Queen
and will hold 9.30: am. Morning service is Rev, Isaac Scott will
adjacent counties scheduled to begin at 11.00 Weekly Calendar Slates AnniversarySunday Wednesday night July Sth. The meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m., preach Esther Jenkins; Mrs Mary-
its' regular weekly meeting a.m. at the church. in a special service at Cihbs Hampton, Mrs. Clotee JUdgeD;
Monday at n.OO: a.m., In the DaySpring with the pastor Re v.A.Anderson ,Chapel AME Church on,Sunday
Mrs. Rachel Brooks and
9 8.45 Juanita Brown is the president and Come Clark Is the rt* Mrs
at
the July : p.m.,
; Baptist Church.: bringing Dinners will message.be served at the Sunday morning at 9.30 a.m, The Church, of ,Godcorner of porter. The Rev D J. Grahm is the esteemed pastor? afternoon, July 9, at 3:30: ,Ruth Solomon.
The Reverend George A. .
school will with p.m.
church will
begin The fun program be print
Price, pastor of Saint Matthew church Immediately after Morning Mr. Wade In charge Teachers Steele and Blue), will be the, ST. LUKE BAPTIST The Public Is Invited to hear ed upon completion. The public
Baptist Church will be the Or- service. 'are asked to bring suggestions scene of a Super Spectacular Davdnpari District No. 2 of St, Luke Baptist Church will meet Sunday this wonderful preacher The is Invited to come out and hear
derof the Day. The Bible Exposition At 3 o'clock communion ser on how to keep the summer when Mrs. Ethel ) at the District Mother's home, Mrs Mary Jones, S57 W. 17th church Is located at 7049 Dekle these outstanding speakers, of
wlllbe given by Rev. vice will take place. The pastor attendance up. The report d Bannister, Jacksonville's First St, at4pm ',Ave. The program is being whom are connected' with the
C. B. Dalley, pastor of First and officers in charge A 11 the contest ''winner will be an Lady of Gospel Songs,wlllcele- Mr. Moses Armstead the leader of District No. 2 and sponsored by Mrs.., Mary L. County School System.
Baptist Church. The president choirs and ushers will serve nounced.At brate her anniversary. Mrs. M.Stills Is the pr.sldentRey. MJ Trowell Is the pastorof ,Moran. Rev. E.G. Peterson
Baptist! Church, the president. throughout the day. There will 10:30 a.m., Mr. Arthur Many events have been care. St. Luke Baptist Church pastor. '
not be fully planned. Mrs. Mar Ion --
an
Reverend R. Leander Jones evening service. Glass win be In charge of the
asking all members to be pre. Usher Board No. 3 of Bethle- prayer service In the prayer Whitehead, Jars Gsopel Queen HOME DEMONSTRATIONSTO
sent and on time. hem wlllsponsor a trip to Day- will serve u Mistress of Cer FREE
tona Beach Saturday, July 15. room.Eleven o'clock service will emony. She wlllbe Introducedby QUALIFIED APPLICANTS
Mr. Johnny Shaw and Mrs.
with the back In
begin pastor Gussle Paige Grey will give the
'the Rev. C.E. Tooton
will pulpit.preach a special sermon. occasion.Two of Jacksonvllles newly elected -
WRITE WRHC TODAY AU members in good standing \
cltyofflcials. Mrs. Mary
are asked to be present for holy Ma- S\\\\\\\\st
L. Singleton and Mrs.Sally S\\\\\\\\st
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the 11 o'clock and 6 p.m.
Win ,$25.00 For Your Church. services willrecelvt Citations wlllbe plaques.given to Mr. .

Cat out t the below' end Usher Stewardess'Board Board No.' 1 No.and 2 both and Adraln Ken KnIght, Johnny ,' .
!
coupon
Shav, John Pulllns, Rev.; R.L. )rd

write your question, then mail ward choirs Tuesday Board will, 7.00 serve.:will p.m.meet, the with Ste-the Herod Mr.. Theodore and Mrs Marlon Lawrence Whitehead will- REPEA'T OF ASIELLOUT'Admiral


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Box 2467 classes.Wednesday at 4.00; p.m., the Mills of the American Cancer' Color
Jacksonville, Flu. Young People will meet for Society tons will make presenta Special

RHONE 389-1111 their regular weekly rehearsal. The Voices of Faith of t h e
: at 7:30
Friday evening : p.m.,
church win be the hosts of this
r.'3 :BUCTIONS: The WRHC "Mall Box" will attempt to get all the choirs will rehearse We affair. Other participants win : for
Mable
with Mrs. OUphant.
an a,jxer to any question you may have on any subject, such all members of bet The Two Mary's (Mary Ne-
as schools, rents, taxes, city and county government and so strongly urge sly and Mary Goodman) Anita

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Jackson Carter I Primitive Baptist Announces Activities .. MI. Salem Baptist Allen Chapel Holmes Cofer Vows


Exchanges Vows Church Mt Olive Till Primitive begin iff Baptist weeks prayer On our service.sick list for the week vice.The Female Gospel Chorus Lists Adivities Slates Activities Miss Jeannette Cuter, daughter of \
activities with Sunday School are sisters, Battle Motley,1240 will hold their regular rehearsal Sunday School will begin at Cary Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
getting underlay at ISO: a.m., W. 4th St, Annie Bell Smith, on Tuesday night at 8:00 ISO: a.m., withSupt.Jack Green According to announcements married June lo, 1967' at Jerusalem
Mr. and MM.Edward E.Cope- with A.M. Frailer in charge 3235 Gilmore. Eller Fulcer, p.m. in charge. The ReacbeaOut"wiitfie lesson topic made by Rev. J.W. Jones, pas- Rep R.W.. Jackson-- officiated.
land! announce the marriageof Morning worship will begin lilt W. 5th St We urge the "The Church tor of Allen Chapel the followIng Given' in marriage by Mr. ington. D.C., the grooms brother -
their daughter Vivian Copeland at 11:00 a.m. and the Rev. members of Primitive Bap- related by the pastor Rev. activities will take place Nathaniel a friend was best man and Arthur
Washington,
Carter, to Mr.Peter Lloyd J.m. dlzon our pastor will tist to visit the sick and shut- ATOMIC PROclJJ.S.Russia' W.O. Rogers. over the weekend. of the the bride worea Lovett,of Daytona Beach, Fla.,
Is scheduled family,
devotion
Jackson on last April, 1967, Morning Bernard
the Usher Bryant
bring sermon. Friday at 800 p.m., Love Willie Carley
I. Jn New York City. Board 1 in.We thermonuclear fusion for U ajn., with Deacons Jack white taffeta and organza Nash served as ushers.
No. and Choir No. I regret announce the pass Feast will be administered. sheath with appliques of Henry
Mr. Jackson Is the son of win serve throughout the day. ing of dearly beloved Sister program costs $40 million eyears Green and Eugene Calhoun in Mrs. Adraln Tyner's groupIs gown Her Tell They wore full\ dress attire.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L.Jackson that of the U. S, $20 charge. Choirs Nos. 1 and 3 lace and sequences.
Prayer Meeting will begin at Bertha Ferrell who deputed sponsoring A trip to Little held by a The rUC'bearer was master
long time residents of '7:30 p.m. on Tuesday night. this life on June 24th. million, the Catholic Digest reports will usher render board song No. service 1 will serve; also Tolbert Island, Saturday. The was nose of gay nylon of pearls net and rhine- Gregory; Gray and flower girl,
,Jacksonville. We are asking all membersand District Nos. 10 and 1 will Russian fusion scientists bus will leave the church located stones. Her cascade bouquet Anita Brooklns.
After the ceremony,the couple our many friends to come hold A short meeting immediately outnumber those in the u.- S. throughout the day. at Myrtle Ave. & Swan The bride's mother chosepink
of white
Chrysanthemums.Mrs.
administered -
Communion will be was
left for an eight day trip to out and worship with us in our after the by ten to Holy at 9:00 aDd
San Juan, Peurto Rica' morning ser jpne at I p.m.. St. : a.m. 5th UfngleSte. Evelyn C.JacltsoD,sister, lace sheath with matching ac
: ., at 9:30 a.m. The public of the bride, was matron of. o cessorles. The groom's mother
has been cordially invited to honor. The bride's maids were sleeted turquoise with matching
come along on this trip. Misses Joyce Williams, Peggy accessories.The .
Sunday at 1.00 p.m., in an Rice, Linda Malpress and RosaIt reception was held in the
after service the SouthlandSln-: .church's annex. The bride's
: gets will render a recital in table was beautifully decorated
the interest of Men's Day with an Italian Organza em-
Volues r Mrs. Wilhemeana King and broidered white table cloth with
Mrs L.G. Jones groups will a pink underskirt The annex
! sponsor a trip to Magnolia lake was decorated with running
Tuesday, July 4. The bus will greens and baskets of white
0 An cleave Claude and Forest Sts, gladiolas andChrysanthemems.Keeping .
at 9:00 a.m.. Myrtle Ave and the bride's book was
Swan St., at 9.30 and 11th and Miss Alice Nixon.
Fairfax Sts. at 10 a.m. Out of town guest were: Mr.
; Sunday morning,Sunday school \ ; ,,,j{ and Mrs. Harvey Cofer and
.will begin at 8:45 with Mrs e"\bA '" 1 Family, Forsyth, Georgia Mr.L .
Amanda Gay, superintendent in David Cofer and guest, Macon,
charge. "J 1 Ga., Miss Carolyn Hunt,Brook-
Morning worship win begin | lyn, N.Y. Miss Cleopatra Sul-
at 11 a.m., and at that hour' ,|I llns, Bronx, N.Y., Mr. Eric
; th Holy Communion will be, ad ? 4'Lee' Williams Tallahassee, Fla.,
iig 9 :
,ministered. I 'ffiIQ Mr. and Mrs. Otha Lovett and
1 Evening service will begin at f j.I Mrs. Kate Brown Daytona

6:30 p.m., with Holy Commuters ..- Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs Joe
continued for those not able to Fowler They wore pastel Rivers of Albany, Ga.
attend morning service colors of equal and pink sheath After a honeymoon trip to the
On July 9 the men'of Allen the couple will reside
I wilt gowns with the sleeve and yoke Bahamas
Chapel observe their An-
made of Imported lace Their in Jacksonville.
nual Men's Day.A .
beads adornedwith matching
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were
cordial invitation is extended
to all the churches and tulle net.
friends. Mr. Ray Holmes, of Was Macedonia Baptist


Officers Reseated Reasons For Slates Services

Tampa's CalmTAMPA Sunday services in the Macedonia
In Recent MeetingAll Baptist Church win begin
) s Negroes ere..still at 9:30 with the Sunday School.
% s+ t s about the efforts of
officers of the District! talking Deacon John Singleton and his
\ tN Q Sunday School and Baptist Coaches Jim Williams and Oscar staff will be In fun charge.
Union Convention Jonson. They were among The lesson's review' will be
auxiliary Training to the East Florida, the many unsung heroes of the given by the pastor Rev J.C.
Association riots in Tampa recently, along Rogers
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and Bethany were re-elected Baptist: to office with one white Lt. on the police Morning worship will begin

recently in their meeting host force. at 11 a.m., with Deacon James
The idea of the Youth Patrol
Melton in charge of devotion
ed Baptist Cbflrch.
a Reseated by Friendly were, W.G. Patter- 'was born in the mind of Dr. service. Choirs Nos. 1 and Sand
J.O. Brooklns.who was assisted Usher Board No.' 1 wills
President of the Sunday
School son Department and Alex- by Jetie B. Q11ds, Sr., Adrian lead the processional. Mrs.
ander Heard. President of the Shaw, Attorney Delano Stewart Hattie Bess will be at the con
Union Division. They LInnell Dupree, Henry Stroud sole.
Training observing their 15th and Bishoo George It. O'Neal. Both sermons of the day will
are service. yearof The wile officer was Lt.Robert be delivered by the Rev.Rogers.,,

Mrs. A.L. Plnder, the vice- Harris formerly oversured details At 6 p.m. Holy Communion will:
president of the Sunday Schoolwas at Negro football games, be administered by the pastor)
and known for his fair-dealing
and his officers.
recognized for her outstanding -
,,, record having been a with,Degrees., "Negroes thinkbe' Tuesday night devotional ser-
one of the finest officers vices and Bible study will beheld
of the beginning body 64
part .
h \ on the force," JeUe Wild, Sr,
years'ago.Others 'lb, pufijor.iiwilj gve( highlights
.: of long records of service said. on the 'school I lesson.
I'" The Negro officers up for Wednesday night choirs Nos.
% in office Include Mrs. R.
.., 4 B. Aaron the Treasurer; Mrs. accolades from theNegropopu-' 1 and S will meet for their
: i lf Doretha Smith, Morris Mann latlon were Cpl.Sam Jones,Officers regualar weekly rehearsals.
r h," It's our 17th Anniversary! And our way of celebrating and the Rev. C. L. Culver. Romeo Cole,Sr.,and Jr., Noonday prayer service is set'f
Sammy Lee Phllmore and Deputy
for Thursday and we are asking -
Mentioned is A. Smith of
K' 4 is to offer you wonderful values after all you have .Green Cove Springs who has Sherrlff Bratelton. All of all to come out and worship. .,

, ii ,presided over the finance committee -, these officers are extremely with us at that time.
.. made our continuing popular with the \
, growth possible. So come take for many years. Negro Friday night choirs Nos. Sand
I population and listened to them 4 will have their regular rehearsal -
s i Mr. Mann is the vice president
advantage of real
savings they're yours now at The d Jhe Baptist Training Union during the crisis. for the week. .

Vogue because Mrs Smith Is the Recording Garland V. Stewart, county o
A we care. school official talked tocrowds BRING YOUR NEWS
Secretary and Rev. Culver Is
,//i/ Y4 l the chairman of the Executive of youths gathered in the 22nd ARTICLESTO
: \ Street area. He gotatemporarypeace
4: > I Board.Others are Miss Margrett after promise to get the THE FLORIDAThere's ,
mayor to the area.
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Merrette Financial Secretaryof
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:' DRESSES 1/4/ the Sunday School Miss De-
4 to 1/2/ OFF lorls Suggs, Financial Secretary A Great lineup 01 I

of the Baptist Training
r, A fabulous collection of styles and fabrics to fill your wardrobe with glamourl' Union. Miss Audrey Dale Smith, SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT

y F For daytime and evening. new shapes of fashion at the greatest savings pianist and the Rev.A.J.Hughes'Music

: ; In townl) One, two and tree piece-sleeved and sleeveless styles A-line, Director. al
t session moved forward
The
tent, sheath, skirts, blousons soaring to endless in progress in all areas anda ('"
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fashion horizons. Missies, Juniors, Petites and Half Sizes. large contribution was madeto ;

the cause. .
The 1968 session will be hosted u. 7

a SPORTSWEAR 1/3/ to 1/2/ OFF by Friendship-Church at MissionaryBaptist Atlantic .

0 r': When you're vacation-bound with our great sportswear, all you do Beach, Florida during the
.n s- Is'pack 'up and go, go, gol It's the carefree way of life In shifts, month of June. Rev. G. Curry EDGEWOOD'LOUNGE'
will be the host pastor
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culotte dresses, skirts, blouses, shorts, pants, T.tops. coordinates

wn; end sets. Choose from ell the leading sportswear names In the Muhammad s Mosque ; Mo.
i a 'latest styles, fabrics and colors. d Ij- LADIES NITS Free Champagne:

Plans DiscussionThere
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will be a panel discussion : Live Broadcast- Station WRHC .- '
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Be quick to take advantage of these eye-opening valuesl! Nylon tricot and cotton at Muhammad's Mosque, 43S WecflISdIY

I blend waltz and shift gowns, baby-doll and classic pajamas t lavished with lace, W. State Street JAM SESSION Great Fun for Everyone

embroidery, appliques end trims. In i spectrum of pastel and [jewel toneseslmi The topics of the discussionis ThursdayTHE
"The Place in this JOHNNY SHAW
i-tm.r, 3238.SLIPS Negro SHOW
Changing World?'

: The program will feature a Great Entertainment

j I : : and HALF SLIPS 188.288.388Slips variety These: urill of religious be free leaders.food and frlday & SafurdayLeo -

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.'",ett ase'.2X gar"' models.1b0 1152 om my nig7M, 18 and EliBeauty Consultants To Meet In Atlanta I I'Th. THE 4 :
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9+ REPRESENTS
\ Robert James Tolen,6116 Dun- meet on'Monday t-ioo; p.m., meeting in Atlanta, Ga., on the w
t r mire Ave, 18 and Ruvenla at the Eutopla, 815 West Church I are asked to please get la .
Calendar EventsHOLY Stokes, 4104 Santee Road, 19. St Mrs Cone is the presidentand touch with Miss EJ. Brookins.
has asked each member to You can reach her a the Orchid
It Covers Hair West be Beauty shop located at 606 W.
Gray Gamma Omega Samuel James Kelly, 443 present.
18th St., 34 and HattIe Maria Mrs Aretha Davis is very Ashely St. July 26 has been st, 9
Wm. J. Brandt's Liquid TABERNACLE EVERGREEN BAPTIST Love, 517W. 18th St., 33., 111. All members and friends, as the departure date for this' Wi I
Sponsors ClinicGamma ANNOUNCES EVENISMissloniry SPONSORS OUTING C; ',' are asked to visit with her in trip to Atlanta, and the meeting

board ,and ,adult ,Dletrlc 10 of Evergreen $ *:*} Floyd' ferkins/ :8WB,Owens. .thU time of Incapacity' *,...flU get,underway on the 27th..
EAU DFNNA'THAIR
> Rho Omega Chapterof choir of Holy Tabernacle list Churcbwlll sponsor a tripto Ave., 21 and JuanlU Louise Nel All,persons Interested in &'

Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityInc. Church will sell fish dinners Daytona Beach, July 4. ,'son, 3630 Owens Ave, 18. ,.,-- -- ... 4",:,,!
., is sponsoring Its Second and sandwichs at the home of The bus will leave 26th and ----
CObORER) Annual Testing-Study skills Charles Wade Finn, 4936 Mississippi ,
Moncrlef
Mrs Lydia Diggs, 96S AcornSt. at 7 o'clock' j
Will clinic for seniors in the:local Saturday, July I, 1967 beginning -. Moncrlef at 7 o'clock Kings Court, 18 and Mamie
cover hair In 10
,to 20 minutes.gray No pack. Momess. high schools. at U:00 a.m. Road and Myrtle at 8 o'clock; .Elnora Hodge, Deland, Fla., ,I
The objectives of the clinic Evergreen Baptist Church 8 30 ,;9
Anyone can put It on at : For extra fun
home. are: to improve study habits, The Gospel Crusaders rill o'clock. Deacon Thomas Kelly
to develop skills in success render a program Sunday night and Bro. Fender are the sponsors Ivey Daniels, Jr., 1437 East
34 and Velma Yvonne ,
tully passing standardized test, July 2,1967 at the Holy Tabernacle 22nd St.,
WILL NOT 'TURN HAIR 1051 Florida Ave
Holzendorf ,
to acquaint students with scholarship Church 9th and pearce ,
REDDISHIt opportunities, and to Sts. at 8 p.m. Mrs. Louise NEW ST. JAMES AME: 23.
assist them in applying for Meadows ix the take
Till not rub off, it stays OB scholarships. sponsor. SPONSORS OUTING Samuel Bernard Caswell, 1122 more

several months.' Shampooing, Through this clinic' the The Sunday School of New St. Franklin St. 22 and Edna Maria ,
sea bathing, ,sun, permanent sorority hopes to assist more GOLDEN DREAM CLUB James A. M. E. Church will Clark, 1321 Pasco St., 18. ,<
waving curling: straightening students in qualifying for admission SLATES OUTING sponsor tnier! annual outlngSat-
Iron-nothing takes it off. You to colleges of their urday July 1st to Little Talbot Nolan Wesley Butler, 2522 W. than
the Golden Dream Social and
hair 43rd St. 30 and Am Ruth one.
can' cover any gray no choice, and well-paying jobs. Island. ,
matter how stubborn or how Assisting members of the Savings Club is sponsoring a The bus will leave the church: Bostlck, 1546 W. 36th St., 20

csusedBLACKSTAYSBLACK.WONDERFUL. chapter will be undergraduateAKA trip June to 30.American Beach Friday, 2128 Forest Street at 9 o'clock Isaiah Nixon Jr., 1458 W. ....W-..,.. ww----...-..-....---

'FOR' members, members of the The bus will stop at Kings Road a.m., and make various stops. 9th St.; 19, and Jo Ann Irving,'
: Pledge Club and Interest Clubs, and Rev. A. D. Harris is the pas 1913 N. Circle
TOUCHING i UP Tyler at 7.30: pjn.; Kings College 20.
and recent who attended
: graduates tor.
Road and Myrtle at 7.4S p.m.;
the clinks last year. 26th and Moncrlef Road at 8:00 Jacob 'Lamar Love 2043
DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH The clinic will be held each
p.m. and First and Florida Ave. Morehouse Rd., 22 and Lorene
EXCELSIOR SINGERS
Permanent Waving Take extra
from 79 at the
Monday
CAUTION: Use as directed on Bethel Baptist Institutional p.m. at t 20 p.m. ON MUSICAL PROGRAM Levy, 2377 C St., Lane 17. an I
label. Colors: Black, Dark Mr. J. W. Sparrow and Mrs.
Church.
The Excelsior Gospel Singerswill Brooks 1454 Fran-
Don Montford arethe Sylvester ,
sponsors
Brown, Medium, brown. Mrs. Capers Thompson,clinic of this outing. The public has be featured on program vis St, 22 and Deborah Ann
Price per box $2.98 plus director: reports that more been invited togo along for an In Jasper Florida. Saturday Smith, 1331 Florida Ave., 17.

Federal Tax first than sixty session students last week.attended Student the evening of fun.CiOOPEL July auditorium 8. at of 7.30 the p.m.New, In Bethel the James Ralph Greene, 6166 carton of Coke :

DIXIE from all local high schools are 'AME Church. Bagley Rd., 29 and Patricia
invited to attend. TRAVELING The program is under the Anne Sharpe, 1404 W. 32nd St., I5A01 MARK.
PHARMACY Mrs. Dennis Stewart Is clinic STARS IN RECITAL sponsorship of Mrs. Linnle 28. '
assistant Director and Mrs.Gilbert Hale. Bernard Smith, Neptune, N J. .s
Solomon U Basileus of the The Gospel Traveling Start, Invitations have been extended 36 and Lynette Anita Maxwell, ,M I
1305 KillS ,E.. Jss. Fig local chapter. will render a recital on Sun- to the public to attend. 1424 W. 14th SL, 24. Y a a A

day, July 2 beginning at 8,30Church: 'otstttttttt i. Tommy'Brown, Jr., '735 East ?11111 I
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"NEED A PROFESSIONAL pjn.the Livinat g the God Holy, No. 2, located of PRIMARY END cyt Ashley: 1330 St.24andKathleenSear-Clark St., .17.. / ,

i at 1933 Yulee Street. Henry V38 Kings!' IIII
OF MARRIAGE D. Motley
jd jde
I On July 12, Elder M. Bennettof
30 and Richerdean Perry,
I PHOTOGRAPHER"CALL Church of God in Unity of "The truth is that roar .
938 Kings Rd., 21. I
Maivine, Fla., will conduct: riage al a natural institution
ONE OF flORIDA fORMOST services at the church of which it not ordered by the Arthur Lee Rlcbburg, 7 45
Elder JJS. Collins Is pastor. will of the Creator towards Court B, 20 and Jeanette Parks,

PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR QUICK & MT.SINAI USHERS'ANNIVERSARY the personal husband perfectionof and wife J566W.24tnSt.18.Andrew Collier,Jr.,islO Fairfax -

EVENT a* iu primary end; but to' St., 24 and Joann Cherry,
EXPERT SERVICE. the procreation and education 1544 W. 31st st., 22. I
Usher Board 12 of Mr Sinai of a new life [the
Baptist Church: will observe procreation and educationof 4th Ciltbntiti e
LOW DISCOUNT RATES THESE MONTHS ther J3rd anniversary Wednesday the child as a human 'Ill) e

night, July 12th at 8 p.m., person]. The other ends Gateway Barracks 3131 Veterans '
r' in the main auditorium of !the of marriage, although part of World War I will hold
News Paper Coverage church. of natures plan, are not of there regular meeting Saturdayat
Family pictures The will be Mrs. AI- All and
speaker the same importance a* 2 p.m. officers members I
Weddings & ReceptionsClub son W. Truer of Secon Baptist the firit. Still lets are they are requested to be present
Group Pictures Church. Guest Board Is Usher superior. On the contrary, and on time.
Board t 2 of Second Baptist they are essentially sub The Auxiliary win sponsor a
F Church, Serving Board is Usher ordinate to it. This principle special celebration on !the 4th of
(RICH IX Till HIWHS Board 13 of First New Zion holda good for all, July at the Home of Mr. and
I Baptist Church. Choir 12 from marriages, even if they are Mrs. Ira Hemby.Dinners will be
Mt. Sinai Baptist will render unfruitful." served throughout the day. is
t And in Half-Quarts a
buying Coca-Cola
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selections.Mrs. Pope Putt XII. There will be plenty of funfor
a, I. Mary Wlndley is the president Catholic Digut all; Watermelon outing and good to keep plentyof
I 'LlflXfi Mill and Rev. V.L.Thompson games of all kinds. way
.1 U the pastor. The Public Invited to come Coke hand.
i II BRING YOUR NEWS and Join with us tbIIc.lebn- on
I PRIDE OF MAYFRIELD 'tion. This' Is to benefit our building -
i TEMPLE TO MEET TO THE FLORIDA STAR fund. Mrs. IDea Wright Is e
lUCK All VIITE Coca Cola has the taste you
I The Pride of Mayfleld TempleNo. 2323 HONCRIEF RD. chair oanof the Ways and Mean ,
i 188 will meet Tuesday July Committee. Dinner tickets are never get tired of.
CAll TODAYI 1(I.32OO IS, ':00 p.m., at 712 W. !Suva! MUST'BE IN In the hands of the committee ISITO1DIY
Street. BY 4 P,if. TUES. members Bottled under.tilt authority of Tilt Coca.Cola Company Jacksonville) Coca-Cola Bottling Company.



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O.G.Snltfc, Jr. Sic.intWAiHNaTON :' Essie MM ThomasTo Bivens Specials Jn_Night Of Spirtuals r.ewsraeswrswrIMR __ Virginia MH iTAR-SPANGLED Fi1FrAL SAVINGS A FRICAN PLAN 1 ,

Odie G. RRINN W I
Render RecitalJacksonville's
Smith Jr., u Instructor In undergraduate err, :,,dp r prat Gets 40 Years
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mathematics at : ulsv t ar uav Cabs Inc.HB.BBCCS .
Howard Unt"rll1t141edrecent- popular gospel ,, '+ewt r eau: tas ALEXANDRIA, Va.-James Community ,
singer, Essie Mae Thomas who
Wilson Jones lab-
6-year-old
ly in Trenton, N.J. has thrilled gospel music lovers
i I The MUM of death was then with her moving renditions of orer whose attacks on housewives is for
u collapse of the poncreai. He terrorized the Springfield that it triaiizetf
I spirituals will be prtlentedlna are of Fairfax County .
was 36. recital on ,Sunday July 2 during the summer of 1963
Smith lived at 336110th
St.Mr.N.W. An Instructor at p.m. at St. Mary's Road.Baptist. pleaded guilty for attemptedrape the p.rpcsi of operatiii a Taxi Cab
Church 3948 Amy
Howard since 1963, Mr. Smith Serving as narrator for the and breaking and enter-
held a Master's degree la program featuring a wide ing. service 11th metropolitan Jacksonville area.Uioi .
Circuit Judge Albert V. Bryan
science from Fisk University, \ LYj
will be
variety favorite songs Jr., sentenced Jones io 30 years
He !had
in Nashville, Tenn.
taught at Grumbling(La.)Col- Ararat Ernest Thomas Baptist,Church deacon at Mrs Mt. in prison for the attemptedrape toe issoaoce of operative Permits tie

lege prior to coming (o Howard. Rutha Mae Dof; the Fashlonettes of a 28-year-old woman
Host and Hostess Modeling on the same bed where her public will .it able.' to purchase 49 percent!
He is survived by his\ wife, Club will function in the j t I young baby lay crying, and to

and Marjorie Carol; two; a daughterJudith sister, Merlene capacity of event hostess for the gos ? 10 years the for home breaking another and entering If the shares of the corporation at $25.00
pel-song as ei'
Edwards, and a brother,Donald woman with the Intent to rape
James M. Bryant *
Rev pastor
both of Chicago, and his par- announced, that Mrs. Nancy Jier. All tberee sentences will per share.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Odie S. Bryant U the sponsor of pro- run concurrently.Jones .
Smith, Sr., of El Dorado, Ark was convicted in 1963 on
.' gram. all three counts He was given William Bernard Langley, President
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retrials all three be-
The Bivens Specials win present a night of Spiritual Inspiration at the Elks Auditorium, I cause a higher on court ruled cases Jones Solomon McClendon, vice President
JOBS ARE OPEN Duval Street Other are invited to attend
712 West groups should have been given a Constance N. Williams, Secy.
Tbe Trinity Baptist Church Choir win be special guest and Mrs.Mary Blake will be the 'i pretrial
FOR TRAINED PEOPLE mistress of ceremonies. Tbe Divans Specials will be accompanied by the Instruments of Before the mental retrials examination.he was examined .- Henry I L. Williams Treas.
will at 7 00 Tbe public is invited to attend. offer to sell)
Faith. The program begin ; p.m. I I and found competent. (This notice is not an



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i( ; 'Cashier Checker SAM ANTONIO Airman graduate of Matthew W. Gilbert
iNurse5a1de James E. Wallace, son of Mr. High School. Lt
and Mrs. Junper A. Wallace
o( 637 Kentucky Lane, Jacksonville WICHITA FALLS, Tex- Air- _
Fla.,has received his man Third Class Jane Smith, _
first UJ5. Air Force duty assignment daughter of Mrs. E. Smith _
I Clerk TypistMedical I II after completing basic Bowen of 1770 W. 10th St.,
training Jacksonville, Fla., has been
He has beeoasslgnedtoTravisAFB graduated form the U.s. Air

CallL, for training and Fore technical training scftool
I Assistant [ duty U an air policeman. He at Sheppard AFB, Tex. C e es s e
becomes a member of the Mill- She completed the course for
UJS. Air Force medical service :

specialists conducted by CLAUDE I NOLAN
the Air :Training Command INC
High ,School Not Required. No Age Limit. which provides technical and
specialized education programs
Classes. I for the nation's aerospace iI.
Day or Evening force.

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1, 1961: STAR PAPERS Pie 7. !

Senate Confirmation Seen SCLC To Organize Outstanding Salesman For The Year

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For Marshall's AppointmentWASfflNGTOlMNPlMenate Nationwide Drive Gin & Tonic?

ATLANTA, Ga.-Tbe South- L31
) codflrmaUoo of Solicitor-Gen era Christian Leadership Conference -
eral Tburgood Marshall appointment to the u.s.Supnme cow t announced recently thatit
appeared likely as Southern Senators COE r
$ expressed DO opposition has called a national
to it and Northern legislators balled the action. .
conference of outstanding Negro a
President Johnson, in naming Marshall to the high post, noted ministers to plan econo .. j 1ar
that it was "the right time to do It." An Administration official mic-development: action for .
stressed that Marshall was chosenbecuase ofhaconcern about .Negroes in the nation's largest k k.ve
advancing<< tile rights of all people"through process of lav. cities. .
the Administration, Joined by Northern Senators and even Dixie Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., #
legllsators, appeared to agree that Marshall was'the right SCLC president, said the agenda -
man for the Job. will include discussion of
Even though his appearances as a lawyer before the U. S.Supreme a nationwide campaign for Negro .
court wrecked the legal structure of segregation is regarded employment and Job pro- ,
as an exponent of the respect for"law and order" which motions at a large, undisclosed { r a r
many officials are concerned about. company which sells products,
The administration aide's remarks appeared to Indicate this throughout the United States.
Even the Presidents statement hinted at the possibility that The ministers, meeting July L

Marshals appointment would be a stabilizing, moderating influence 10 to 12 In Chicago, .wai also __
on the nation's racial problems. confer on civil rights'and related _
Marshall has a long background as a foe of legally-imposed issues. SCLC officialsand
discrimination, but be has increasingly become Identified with economic experts will hold
the moderate, established Negro leadership In recent years. workshops on organizing for "
He thus could win wide acceptability in the Senate as an opponent economic development: through
of anti-legal measures, at a time of mooting disorder, and "Operation Breadbasket," an,
.could stand a a symbol and bop of racial calm. SCLC departmentwhichhaswon s
Winning Senate confirmation is an old story to Marshall, who thousands of new and upgraded
is expected to breeze through on this newest appointment. He Jobs for Negroes and made -- -oq
was first confirmed u a federal Judge, and then a s solicitor- other economic breakthroughs STAR LUNCHEON-Guest at the annual Ret-together of the Western Life Insurance Company

general. in Negro communities throughout of America In the Millionaires Club, Chicago, last month, was Marvin C. Bridge-
While Southern Senators were mum about his appointment, Sen. the South and Chicago.Dr. forth, MLU, president, Employee Security program of Illinois, Inc, who won Western's r14 ; I
Everett McKinley Dlrkson (R-Q1), minority leader and ranking King and Dr. Ralph D. Multi-Million Dollar award for outstanding sales during the years 1965-60. Bridgeforth
GOP member of the Judiciary committee, speculated that Abernathy, SCLC vice presi- (seated second from left) amassed a sales total of more than $30 million His agency
.his appointment might cool racial tensions and reduce riots. dent who Is co-ordlnator of the also took an award for "outstanding group development In the field of mass-marketing
Dlrksen caw the appointment being confirmed "without undue conference, have invited delegation insurance for various employee groups throughout Illinois." Others (seated from left)
difficulty or delay," stressing that Marshall was a "good of leading Negro are Fred Rice, secretary and Roger Moore, president, both of Western Life; and George :
lawyer" and the "fact of color should make no difference." clergymen in the 25 UjS.cltles: Champman, general manager Western's south agency Standing (from left) are Fred Man- Makeitperfect.k.L.tfl t
Sen. Sam J. Erwin of North Carolina, ranking Democratic with the highest Negro popula- del, general agent; Lloyd R. Downard, CLU, Western's executive vice president; DiDo .
member of the committee, said he would reserve Judgment until tion. Individual ministers from Leventls, president, and A. Gold blatt, vice-president-general manager, both of Leventls
Marshall's record as a* federal official had been studied some smaller cities will also agency, representatives for Western Life. (NPI! PHOTOS)
Sen. James 0. Eastland of Mississippi, committee chairman, attend the meeting at Chicago
had no comment on the appointment. Theological Seminary.In ,
Tbe silence by Southern Senators was a far cry from several a letter of Invitation to the New look For Emory University Medgar n rs' Widow
years ago,when any appointment of a Negro to federal office was conference, Dr. King and Dr.
signal for a hue and cry from Dixie legislators over a '"pos Abernathy said: "Tbe priority Graduates 1st Negro'
sible threat" to the old status quo. item on the agenda is SCLCs Dr. M.L. King Defends Article '
It seems to be a different story now. Southern Senators ap- Operation Breadbasket pro- ATLANTANPIHamU [
pearantly reasoned that Marshall could hardly be any more liberal gum. We feel very stronglythat ton Earl Holmes,integrated JACKSON, Miss.- Mrs. i .
than the Justices whose decisions recent years struck the new thrust in the civil NEW YORK-Harper & Row the University of Georgia six Medgar Evers the widow of
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down almost all the bastions of discrimination published Martin Luther King'snew murdered civil leader
legalized rights movement is, to a grant years ago, this month will become rights
book "Where Do We Go
,cluding the ban on interracial marriages. degree, economic development. the first Negro graduateof Medgar Evers says in the cur-
Besides, they noted the unexpected developments that could Therefore, we must concern From" Here: Chaos or Community Emory University medical rent issue of McCalls magazine -
come about when an official takes high office. ourselves with programmatic / on June 19. school. that shequesttonedwhether
President Johsnon, they recalled, voted against almost every planning which will secure Jobs In his first book since winning Holmes endured racial Insults NAACP officials "really cared
civil rights measure in Congress before attaining national prominence for the Jobless of our nation.. the Nobel Prize in 1964, Dr. while at the Universityof about Medgar's life as much as
in the mid-SO's, when he moved in an opposite: dir A look at the racial disorder in King discusses the present Georgia, but they failed to they obviously cared about his 4
position of the Negro In America ,
ection. work.
so many'of our major cities at make him a bitter man. of
President John F. Kennedy Catholic, turned out to be much this time clearly points up the and looks back into the status past "It wasn't too bad," he said. "I saw the fear in the facesof
stricter about church-separation than many other Presidents, need for a conference of this to find bow the current "It was good education and it many of the national office SO
despite apprehensions about his religious background. nature." was reached. helped me to mature an awful staff when they came to Mississippi i eL
Likewise, the reasoning is that It may be with Marshall, a Operation Breadbasket began He examines the black power lot. The big drawback was the ," Mrs. Evers stated in 4
long-time foe of Jim Crow-having fought one of his first battles live years ago in Atlanta and movement, tells how it came social life It nonexistent." her memoirs "Yet it seemedto !

against segregation of the University of Maryland in has since spread through the .the about figures, and discusses associated some with it.of Holmes said be plans to Intern me that the only times the ..-. ag am
1935-that moderation be national office warned Midget
a can expected. South and to Chicago, obtaining at Detroit General Hospital
It is being forecast that Marshallmay turn out to actually be a from hundreds of companies In a chapter'titled "Racismand beginning July 1. to be careful were times whena s?"
Backlash be
influence the bench that could become the White 1 member of the New York
moderating on hardly thousands of new and better looks at the movements which He said he was going North 'rx
more liberal. Jobs worth millions of dollars to have stood in the way of Begro for medical training because of staff was with him.
Mrs. Evers was contacted and
High Court Decision HARYOU.ACT To Negro Breadbasket families has In addition stimulate progress and attempts to the "different perspective" be said the article reflected "how +lWuiWSeagram's
Stop helped account for them. expected to find. I felt at that time..since that i. (its

I Could Wreck Carrying Poverty load,'businesses the growth and services of Negro-owned is Dr.like King to writes be a Negro about what in this It beTh e who 26-year-old was born graduate-to-in the South' time and I have worked closely very with hard the i Extra Drythe/ perfect martini gin

MovementATLANTANplDr. The.. CLC program Is.brpgcy .United .States today.and discusses attended Morebouse College, very
leadership of the NAACP and I
lied around Negro clergymenwho the ""dilemma of N8gTO ( University of Georgia, andthe lUIMM Jiattll, COKMKf,II.f.I.If laoor.arltttatoili. HOS AMHICM
Marta NEW YORK -(NPI) enlist the support of Negro Americans! Methodist .affiliated Emory have the greatest respect for

Luther King, Jr., has warn HARYOU-ACT, Harlem's controversial consumers and white persons His chapter "Where We are .. University.1 them. 1tA1"I
ed that a U.s. Supreme' Court anti-poverty agency, of good will. They begin with Going" concerns future Negro -
decision upholding his Alabama is planning to stop administering the premise that Negroes need expectations and goals. I
conviction for parading withouta its own programs and not contribute to the sales and His concluding section, "TheI I
permit could "break the back will instead coordinate the antipoverty profits of any firm which practices World House," is about the International -
of the nonviolent movement. efforts of local groups. racial discrimination.The society in which s sU
The high court, in a 5-4 vote, The agency which now administers minister approach such racism, militarism andpvoertyare I
'had ruled that Dr. King and most of Harlem's companies and seek out information still rampant I

seven other Negro ministershad anti-poverty programs, will on the number oi An Appendix to the book summarizes ''A R
no right to'disotey a Birmingham spin off its existing programsto white and Negro employees Job Negro programs and P.E
(Ala.)court order they, other agencies. Among those descriptions, pay rates, fringe prospects In the fields of edu-'
considered unjust. activities are youth training, benefits and and
training promotion cation employment rights and
,
"No man can be Judge of his pre-school, and narcotics pro- opportunities. Bread housing. THESE PRICES GOOD WOU6H SIIJUAY AT EDGEIOOD 'AYE.
however exalted his how has
own case, grams. HARYOU-ACT: basket ministers then present J
station, however righteous his a $5 million a year budget. specific demands for the hiring,
motives, and irrespective of The agency will become a training and promotion of Negroes. BelhuneCookman'sFaculty
his race, color or religion," community corporation, under If the company refusesto DIXIE CRYSTAL '
the courts majority opinion guidelines established by the negotiate or fails to reach Bolstered
said Council Against Poverty. an agreement Inbargalnlngwlth
Dr. King shot back that "the "This is a new kind of organization the ministers, Breadbaskettakes
full impact of this rule is thatIt belonging to the the final step of direct Seven new Instructors have SUGAR 6L8.PG. 10
is license to racists and reactionaries people: Central Harlem,"said action-usually selective buy. been added to the faculty of ,
of all types to the Rev; H.Carl McCalL,chairman ing-against the product Involved Bethune-Cookman College for
attempt to turn back the clock Council Against Poverty, the 1967 Summer Session now
of history at a time when the a yoiuntar, board which formulates Operation Breadbaskets underway through August S.
Just demands and grievances of the cltys antlpoverrypolicy. I Southern and Northern Directors Sister Mary Mathew Donovan U. S. #1 1POTATOES
and Miss Eleanor R.Peters
Negroes desperately,in need Rev. Fred C. Bennette, I
of orderly channels for redress In its earlier days, HARYOU- Jr., and Rev. Jesse Jackson, will be assinged to teach regular -
." ACT was criticized by federal will tell ministers how to establish Summer School.
TIle rights leader called the officials for supposedly misappropriating the program in their cities. Sister Donovan, a Houston, FO29c
courts ruling "a sinister precedent : funds. This resulted Dr. King, other top SCLC Texas native, is a graduate of UNIT I
." in its reorganizationand I officials, and economic experts Rosemont College She received MORE '
Tbe court opinion continued the retirement of its for- will participate and a news conference her masters degree in .
a trend throughout the last two mer director. And now will be held to announce Education from Vlllanova University -
terms in which the high court HARYOU-ACT is in foranother .1.1reorpnlzatloo. decisions of the ministers and the Doctorate of SMALL BAR-B-QUE
has tightened the powers of Education and Mathematics,
Southern police to control racial from University of Houston.
demonstrations. Rights Leaders Fight She has held positions as Instructor -
of St. Anthony's High SPARE RIBSLB.59C
School and St. Agnes Academy,
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A LIKE NEW AIR CONDITIONED. ONLY.M.MI. fessor of Sacred Heart Dominican ;
64 Cadillac Sedan DeVille...;.$2695 BALTIMORE-Negro leaders College. Sister Dononvan
AIR CONDITION W'W.VIREI. AND JUIT LIKI A N1W CAR' will teach mathematics
64 Pontiac 2+2. It'l Almost New .$1595 called a meeting in a Baptist of CENTER CUTPORK G
Church following the third night Miss Peters a graduate
64 Ford V-8 ...$1095 Morgan State College of Baltimore :
of consecutive demonstrating
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66 Dart 270 4-Door .$1795 to start a drive to desegregate Maryland has done further t

66 Valiant 200 4-Door ....... ..$1795 taverns here in this city. Wisconsin.study at A the native University of Baltimore of- CHOPS 69?
AND Meanwhile, political maneuvering \ LB.
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lfrt.rrNI-.oJt.rl continued in the City she has taught at Ala
65 T Bird Super, Clean.$2795 Council over efforts to get reconsideration bama AIM College, Normal
AIR, CONDITIONED, LOADED. Alabama and the University of
65 Buick LeSabre.... .......Si.. .$2195 of an opentavernbill. Wisconsin. .,

65 Pontlac AIR' CONDITIONED.! CHAM..* $1995AIR During. the demonstrations Assigned to the Summer Read FLA. GRADE A FRYERS U. 29*
and Study Program are:
CONDITIONED.! leaflets were banded,out with ing
66 Falcon Futura .$1695 this message: "We will not Charles L. Marlow, Joe Ashby
AUTOMATIC THANK KIN. allow the white man tocome into Polar Roy Steven Turner, All MEAT FRANKS 3 .I!, IK M*
12395 Joel
,i 64 Riviera Buick. our neighborhood\ and get rich Mrs. Moore, and Sister .
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671Viustan,. Aur IM tic; :iOWEC'$Te eaINO.; :'PACT.:WAR then Insult us by refusing us Local Instructors who will assist BANQUET FROZEN MEAT 1 15
65 AIRCONDIIIONIG1aIKIN l .$2195 the right to sit in their bars."' In the Summer Readlngand CliCKER, nun, REEF ..i OI'PtG.;
V* ?W.MAW. There was one incident when Study Skills Program include: ,',
64 Chevrolet Imp. H'top, Air Cond ....$1295 a car equipped with a loudspeaker Mrs. Pbannye B. Huger, Guidance :": I..: '' .. I ?: fi { {
DIM. AUTOMATIC f*. I39S driven by Joseph Carroll Counselor at Campbell FRESH PEACHES ; ,: .f 1S$

.WMustane RADIO HEATER., I i'EEDIflOnr $ State youth leader of the Senior High School, Daytona .. .... ... .

: ; : .: l =:: : : :: ::I3; National States Rights Party, Beach; Mrs. JoespblAe Bethune-Cook-Decker, ROYAl RICE '.. :, ". ': ,'t'' 2'$
v :.:::..:::.: ::..B 5K:._.......... passed through the area. Psycbometrist, / .r3'r. 1e
From the loudspeaker came man College; William Koro- .
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Asst. Prof of Mathematics : ; '
such statements as "White egay, \ : 4'*
Power" and "Down with the and Scelenct.B-CC;and IAUARD FLOUR u/ NOx
R.S.'EVANSSid CommunistInspired CORE Jack McClalren. Head Football : ;
Movement" Demonstrators Coach and Instructor of WE., : ;1' '
rushed the car from both sides B-CC. HUE. PLATE MAYONNAISE ,,. .. :, 4|. '.t. ,. : 43t
& MAIN of the street and punded on itwith Q' ." ;. .

EL 4-$382 their dsU. The' auto left JEWEL SHORTENING : > k." 01 49tUTnDAYJUlY
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SATURDAY JULY 1, _

Education Roundup SNCC Chairmen; Summer- Jobs |III Demand

PrattvilleWASHINGTON _, Religion And RaceBy

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By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL H. Rap p,l ,r ,' NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL

Brown, SNCC, national chairman -
LITTLE CHANGE
will "TOP POSTNEW
said that the Negroes
CKCAOMNPlMntegratloQ of school faculties of the first Negro top
elementary get borne rule In Washington, YOR )-The honor being
haschanged very little during the past year, according to a "and if if It must be gottenby administrator of New York City Presbytery- umberlng l18
surrey conducted by school principals. A racial head-count going into the streets, that churches, 300 ministers and 44,000 communicants in five
of local public school teachers showed that 45 per cent still win be dictated by Llndon boroughs-went to the Rev Robert P. Johnson, 53, an expert -
ban all-white faculties with Increases in 1 of 15th Street Presbyterian
only slight Negro Daises Johnson" on big city problems. Currently pastor
teacbert-ftom S2-3S per cent of the total- in numbers of In angry remarks during a church, Washington D. C., Rev. Johnson was elcet-
integrated faculties conference Brown asserted v. ed to his new post recently and will formally take over his
press ,
DEMAND repeatedly that If violence duties at an Installation "ceremony of worship" () Oct.1.

HARTFORD, Conn,...(NPD-Connectlcufs 19 NAACP branches erupts it will be the fault
hate demanded that a state law be passed to banscbool segrega of the white communIty "The SERVE TO LIVE
tion. The branches urged GoY John Dempsey to"call a special white man won't get off outback, MIAMI BEACH NPI--An exhortation to Southern Baptist
emergency session of the general assembly to consider an act so we're going to knock him ,ministers to serveall people or be doome4 to extinction, was:
schools" made by the Rev. Buckner Fanning pastor, Trinity Baptist
to eliminate racial balance in the state's public un- off he said.
lesstbe state legislature considers such an act before Its session Brown, dressed in the usual Church, San Antonio, recently.Speaking before the conference
closes this month. SNCC denim Jacket and open of ministers, be said that "unless we experience a change of
collar, spoke at SNCCs local attitude and direction-open out doors to all races and become
UPHELD headquarters at 1234 U St. He great springs of life flowing from our sanctuaries into the hot,

BOSTON-((NH>)-\ state law requiring racial Imbalance in did not say how his orgaolutlon rae parched prairies of human need-, too, will pass Into the

public schools be overcome has been upheld by the Supreme will seek to achieve home r graveyard od denominations."

Judicial Court of Massachusetts. As only three per cent of the rule, execept to say it will form
state's population is Negro, the law primarily affects Bosgon, "freedom organizations"to apply DEFINITIONDE
which has 41 schools with more than 50 per cent Negro student -. pressure on Congress. KALB, DLr-NPI)-Tbe recent Rock River Methodist annual
body Asked If be would encourage conference produced a new interpretation of the term
Negroes to resort to arms, he "black power" giving It a positive stance and Christian re-
CLEARDOXFORD said: lationship. It affirmed "the appropriateness of clergy and lay

Miss,-(NPI)-Elght men, said to have Interfered "If It comes to the point that Jim Mclftntrt.s WwhlutM Fort efforts to Join and support the Negro labia quest for the powerto

with school desegregation last fall in Grenada, Miss., were black people must have guns, WE WANT JOBS-Fred Retzel, left, is surrounded by young people who yesterday demanded confront the powers which oppose him; and the goals for,
found not guilty by an all-white Jury in U$. District court. we will have means and ways summer Jobs. He is the director of the UjS. Employment Service. which thlspower willbe used. she rightly Interpreted "black
The eight, including Justice of the Peace James R. Ayers, has 'to obtain those arms." He did power is a: movement: which Is basically a noqvlolent quest of
been accused of aprtlclpating Inmob violence that followed desegregation not say from what source. the Negro'to secure economic and politicalpower.

of schools, inthat they attacked Negro children with Each reference to force by Negro Youth Demands Negroes Build McNamara Speaks Out't
BIAS CHARGES
clubs and cabins. Brown was"{ couched in termsof
CmCAGO-}-A charge that the Lutheran Church in America -
needed
defense against
TOO WELL what a he called the "esclatlng Summer EmploymentWASHINGTON Textile PlaNt Against SegregationWASHINGTON is discriminating against its Negro congregants, was

MEMPHIS .(NPO-JEighry) pupils at predominantly Negro Melrose genocide" of Negroes by the made recently by the Rev Vernon E. Carter, pastor All
high school took a Spanish test and did to well that the "white power structure of the? -Tbe District CRAWFORD VTLLE, <; .- Saints' Lutheran Church, Boston. Speaking at O'Hare airport
school board refused to release their report cards. The first- Nation." He said genocide is UjS. Employment Service Office '(NPI)- In Tallaferro County, Segregated be said the cburchleaders have failed to provide sufficient
within
year students all scored 99 per cent or better on a third-year evidenced, by the death of Negro was stormed by hundreds of,, Negroes were told it couldn'tbe half housing mile radius a of three Andrews and one Air funds to predominantly Negro churches in the nation's largest

test, making school officials suspicious. The NAACP said itwould soldiers Vietnam Negro angry teen-agera demanding done but they set out nevertheless Force Base will be off-limits cltlespreferrlng Instead to give the bulk (80 per cent) to

take court action, it necessary, to force the board to release citizens in riots like those in summer Jobs and protestingwhat to build a textile plant July 1 for incoming militaryfamiles affluent suburbia.
they called false promisesof of materials and unskilled
tile report cards. Atlanta and Cincinnati, and the
Jobs that do not exist. hands the Defense Depart- NOW S THE TIME
starvation of under tho
Negroes
NEGRITUDENEW economic system of the south During the 2 1bour They wanted to prove something ment said recently. It was the NEW .(NPI.4ccording to the Rev Marshall L.Scott,
first time 'the has
Pentagon
YORK-NPI).-"The Negro student doesn't lave to sit demonstration an embarrassed to themselves and to chairman United Presbyterian Commission onRellglon and
next to a white student to learn,"Herbert Ottley, Youth in Action aide to Vice President Hubert people in similar poverty poc- issued in such a directive anywhere Race, "The real test in race relations work is Just now com
leader, told Negro teachers at a Negro Teachers association Fisk Graduate hi. Humphrey explained to the kets through the rural South- the Nation ing." Addressing the commission's executive committee,he no-'
conference "Negroes can learn with Negro," he said facing youngsters that the Job that they can become self-sus Defense Secretary Robert S. ted, "It was no distinction tobe Involved inraclal work four
"Nowhere In this world Is anybody going to take car of yourI recrultln g drive drew an unexpectedly taining.I McNamara said the directivewas years ago, but It takes commentment to stay in it now."
another
t kids better than you." Echoing this, Dr, Alvin Possalnt, Tufts To SuperviseNEW high response with Their "plant" is an old,hand- national step In his Department's -
campaign
Medical college, declard, ""There no reason why we should swamped the employment of- hewn log building nearby that
to end the
have to Join thewhite community to achieve our goals in educa YORJC-(NPI)- GeorgeH. flees. was built before the federal "humiliating discrimination" -
tion. Being black is exclusive." Adams, of North Babylon, Bruce Terris, an assistant to government told them they could against Negro ser'- VUU Professor Meredith Continues
vicemen. The demonstrated
L.I., has been named supervisor the Vice Presldentworklngwlththe go to the white school. move -
of Humble Oil and Refining Presidents Councl1 Youth The project got under way last the Pentagon is now willIng -
company's oil heat seals Opportunity said the Council fall to use sanctions as well Earns DegreeRICHMOND
-.r NEWS BRIEF ,.... through grants from the March Against Fear
for the greater part of New had tried to call of recruitingof Southern Rural Action Project as persuasion to achieve that

York youthful Job applicants by part of citizen's Crusade goal. Va-Mrs.'Dorothy
-
DON'T LIKEINDIANAPOLB The promotion closely follows UFO neighborhood workers on Against Poverty,a group headedby There are 8,495 servicemen Norris Cowling Associate BATESVILLE, Miss.-James
{(-Formatlon of a Citizens Patriotic another honor for the after the workers' based at Andrews, Including ,
37yearold Monday church, civic and labor of- Professor of Education at H. Meredith, tired and wearyfrom
Police Council and Patrol-patterned after a unit which grew graduate of Fisk University weekend efforts had brought in ficials. An earlier project, begun 866 Negroes NcNamara said Virginia Union University his 19 miles trudged on
out of the Leonard Deadwyler slaying incident in Los Angeleswas It came shortly after he more youngsters than the Job with grants from the South that while 52 per cent of the awarded the Doctor of Educa-was Sunday, his birthday, was
roundly scored by the local NAACP last week as being was selected as this year's centers could handle ern Christian Leadership Conference white families live within S11miles tion degree at Lehlgh University taunted by whltd teen-agers
"not along the lines of police-community relations" discussed No. 1 oil heat salesman in the "It was our fault and I'm will.log limped along for about In Bethlehem Pennsylvania, singing "Nigger, nigger, black
,
with the police department. "We don't need vigilante-type eight-state northeastern regionof to take the responsibility," six months before it collapsed. during the recent commence- u coal," came to the end of
protection," NAACP leaders said "We want a stronger police Humble Oil. Terrls said. "We got more kids A Roswell (Ga.) textile industry to ment exercises. his second day of marching

department with more training, not a citizens group with un- In his new post, Adams will than anybody thought." veteran Van Bible, bad Mrs. Cowling the daughter of against fear.
marked cars tear and that sort of be In direct of the staffof Terris maintained that there been
thing ,
gas I charge hired as consultant-di- Mr. and Mrs Georgia Norris As Meredith sagged beneatha
professional Esso marketers would be 20,000 Jobs for the rector for the undertaking.. \ _. was born In Lancaster County sprawling oak where Highway -
,nRST 'ro 1JSSENTIACISN; that Is responsible for. sales needy teen-agers here tMj a The only white person Involved : Virginia. She attended elementary 51 enters Batesvllle,stated
*v MlsNPI)-Tbe first Negro to step forward and off.: heating 'oil' and related summer but said that they were Blbltf:! said his! first 'reaction: ,. ... and id -'' "P11bebaAt* the road at
'register his refusal to be inducted in the armed forces, until equipment in Brooklyn, Queen not all available now. About in. seeing the facilities available ,. .. same county.secfoodarytchool In 1942 she obtained the 8 o'clock in the morning.This
local drift boards are desegregated is Morris C. Davis, Jr and near all of Manhattan. 12,000 teen-agers have already for the non-profit operation ; the BJ5. from- march is the renewal of his
.
His refusal is in line with local civil rights leaders' urging Adams was a member of the been hired and the Council isr, was dismay. Virginia State College Degree with Mississippi march that was Interrupted -

that Negroes of military age reject military services unless Fisk Jubilee Singers while in negotiating with Federalagen "We'll never set up a plant major In Elementary Education a by a sniper a year

some Negroes are placed on the draft boards. college. He toured Europe with des for more summer Job open' here," he said then.However and a minor In Library: ago.Meredith
the group .inKS Bible said he did 'Science. was met by a half'

not. not account for one actor Her professional experience dozen white teen-agers led by

-determination-: and that of the center of the base,; Includes teaching in the elementary a red-headed guitar picker.The

made the difference. only 1 per cent of the Negro school on all grade levels, youths sang "Going to Jackson,
ATTENTION JAXONS "Pretty soon the place was all families do. principal of an elementary going to get our freedom,

fixed up," he said. "Ever since The Washington area Is not the school and librarian and teacher nigger, nigger, black as coal."
then it has been kept so clean only problem that will be studiedby of social studies on the secon Bruce Mitchell, the 17-,..ar014 -

you could eat off the floor.. the Pentagon Military ses level In Lancaster County. guitar player,Jokingly asked
I have never seen such enthusiasm She the Meredith if be could join and
In California Florida and Joined faculty of Virginia
Half of them won't quit march with him, Meredith replied -
State
Dllnois College In 1947 u
will
be discussed
when time for a coffee break also. Instructor and demonstration "come on"II1tcbell'h1-
The. Florida Pentagon officials plan to discuss ed but later
Star Will Publish comes" segregated housing near teacher in the Campus Laboratory away got Mere-
dith's
autograph.
Bible's; Job was to teach l unskilled the Great Lakes Naval Training School. After one year,
The whites watched
Negroes to operate sewing she stonily as
Center outside Chicago late in became principal of the
'
Meredith
machines. He reported school passed alongthe highway -
July and director of the student -
One woman, whose car
after three weeks of training,
teaching
The Andrews program
action
l the plant was able to fill small;1 brought In 1955 she Invited to displayed a sign saying "Go
J 'J' 'Your '. !* tt results in at least one case was Home-Who Needs Yon" told
.,f : /. i\ ; .orders of shlrM. within hours after NrNamara Join the facultydYtrgintaUnionUniversity newsmen "This march Is
going
I All of the trainees were unemployed -
;
where she Is presently -
announced his
.
crackdown. An
I to start a bloody "
war.
.
.. = when the plant got attorney for Andrews Manor associated professor of ,
: ; : Church Hews Cluh Hews started. Many of them had lost 1 Associates said the 411 apart- Education In charge of Elementary -
.
their Jobs during the 1965 integration ment units at Andrews Manor Education student-
', dispute when white 1 would be teachers.She .
A open to all military
students were transferred to was married to G.L. "V gsuyu'H: uq
personnel from now
Social Holes Wedding Announcements all-white schools neighboring Fifteen apartment houses on. and Xavier Cowling who, at his ..NOIlDNIiSId: :JOH3J.N3D

I. ,r counties and Negroes boycottedthe four trailer courts in the Andrews 'death June 4, 1964, was supervisor : MAIS 1H1SJLVQ3AVW-,
all-Negro high school protest area will be placed off- of Secondary Educationin
'
: c ; ., 'aw''e limits unless they desegregate the State Department of Education -
FREE OF CHARGE One of the trainees is Calvin Before the Andrews Manor decision of Vir&lnfa.PAINTING Sia MON ntV A3H1 ',S.Ipool
-
I :Turner, head of the local Negro : of late the put tXKl,|> Jllljl| Jon
Pentagon said
Movement, who was fired during only the Allentowne, iy d*' Xq Ainonsi| | !|.u4 p.|M|
., apartments
racial unrest -M A4nt 'iJtuiJ00
Uq AIH q |q
near the base had
|t The director,Randolph an open POINTERSome 'a, 10 'dup.Ao)IIeM K'yl
occupancy policy an* therefore
We'll Publish Your Pictures ,T. Blackwell, Atlanta, said the 1 would not be off limits homeowner may like to aldJ.slIII U"
plant is aimed at helping Negroes The big reason for Negroes I chang the color of the aluminum | ) jo Xtdnp| / | nwiun itouiui

L. '" as well u the entire being dissatisfied with the bous- siding on their hornet. You can 'jooJ tuo J'pun pMiil
.
; > ( Except Color. Photos ) community. Blackwell says he|. log they do have, NcNamara paint aluminum tiding with cither "4 TIV/YV iaV WOiSfOAiMiitJdx
I dopes similar projects will be said,, Is that it Is too far from conventional oil modified or acrylic ] ell{ 9 -" 'started in other poverty-ridden the base. A latex-type howe paints according 'H )0 colt! *uqul| j( '..IV3THANOSH3VI
I canvass of 22,000 The Aluminum Auocla on. A
;'communities of which Is to
-white in North Georgia apartment units "within a rea- brute or spray paint equipment maybe NI
I .
: fall sonable commuting distance
Ji. I of uied For direction on food tur-
Andrews" showed that less than face preparation, follow the recommendation '
DNIIIy3WOSYoqDnn't
ti < : Do You Want A Photographer To Cover 1\\ Senate Approves DillWASI@iGTVN to 3 per Negro cent families of the units are open of your paint pplier.. M3M

,. r "1.1 I Such conditions McNamara
said Have To Go To ToWD''I'o Get

'; ." "' .: ',' 1 ... i -,..(NPb- Tbe question, "demonstrate that housing discrimination beyond '

: House of Representatives win is producing problems LOW PRICES'
: TeasBanquets soon take up a bill draftedby which are detrimental to the
Weddings Social I Events?
: : Rep. John Conyers lr.O>- morale and welfare of the ma- '

.. Mich.) and Sen. Edward Kennedy jority of.. our Negro military DRUG STOlE NEFJSTra'de
5'. (D.-Mass) that upholds families In the Andrews AFB
I Call 354-6782 the "one man, one vote" prln- area, and thus to the operational .: with Tour Neighborhood Drug Store
ciple. The Senate voted 42-38 effectiveness of the base." WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCALPapers.
to approve>> the bbl "I am, We deliver We also fill*U Doctors Prescriptions..
( Vf now going to work to gain approval .
: by the House for the Roosiif Ail Far Nifrns

: DEADLINE FOR NEWS: TUESDAY 4. P. M. Senate substitute proposal Dixie
which I had introduced as a Housing integration Is galnlug Pharmacy

separate bill," said Rep Con- in D.C. Suburbs, the Suburban :

i :;r Bring' 'News To yers, hailing the Senate for Us Maryland Fair Housing organization -
.. : Mail News To: action on behalf of voting has found, Some 380 Negro "

equality for all Americans.The families now live In predominantly 1302 Kiifs Rni At Hjrtli

j;{ : Florida Star Florida Star bill would districts require to all com Congressional or apartments white In Montgomery subdivisions ,


close to having the same population. county, compared to 90 two flues (Ida 5.5597.98
,
years ago, It was disclosed
2323 Moncrief Rd. P.O. Box 599 I : In Prince George's County, OO

tr 150 Negro familes were said PAY YOUR LIGHT, IATEI AND
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I The Annual Emphasis Award Presentation, Moon Over MiamiMIAMI Mrs. Marie Brown Re-EJected Clay Takes Vacation


To Executive Council Of UCOG Then Speaks In Slums


BEACH Visitors in' Miami Beach this summer CHICAGO Cassias Clay and

from inland and northern areas might well have a goat CINCINNATI, OHIO,-Mrs. John 0. (Marie) Brown 1100 his manager, Herbert Muhammad -
the fishing here, which is totally different from.the trout N.W. 61st St, Miami, was re-elected Monday to the national are to talk over fight DialbUltles -
streams and lakes elsewhere and in sharp contrast to ocean Executive councU of the United Church of Christ today but nothing definite -
angling in most United States waters. the Congregational' Christianand Is expected to develop.
The election to
M a fix-year and Reformed Clay (Muhammad A.l1))was sentenced
the Evangelical -
One outstanding feature locally 'tertainment and recreation. term took place at the meeting to five years In Jail
celebrating
Churches is
is variety. Scientist have Room prices begin around of the denomination's General ,
44 ,. its tenth anniversary this and fined $10,000 Tuesday in a
counted more than (00 species $5 or $6 a day for two and Synod, the representative body VS. District Court In Houston
around Miami Beach, but more apartments at less than $100! of the two-million member year.Its 21-memtr Elective for refusing to be Inducted Into
importan from the sports trophy class. United Church of Christ. The
lye { ..5u + Council, composed of ministers the military service. He is
standpoint Is the tact some Outboards enabling the use
,
free bond
on $5,000 pendlngap-
:-\'WI and lay men and women, conducts -
three dozen be classed tackle be rentedfor '
can of
light may business for the denomination peal of his case.
U very worthwhile gamesters. about $15 a day, or a guide in the interim between. Clay's attorneys said it pro-
L, Starting in blue offshore with such a boat for about the biennial meeting of the Gen bably will be 18 to 24 months
waters and working into the $40 half-day In outside waters eral Synod.A before all appeals are settled
bays and inlets, the angler in an eye must be kept on the native of Atlanta. Georgia, and a final Judgment Is made.
/ -N summer can go for blue martin weather of course. Mrs. Brown attended Flsk University Clay arrived smiling and
sailfish dolphin, bonltoand Fishing in the bays and Nashville Tenn., and steadfast In his belief be made
ling mackerel; snapper, channels leading to the ocean is a graduate of toe University the right choice of refusing
grouper, amberjack and cobla; usually is done from out- of Wisconsin induction on grounds of religious -
spotted weakfish, snook, tar- boards, with a guide for those Sher hand her husband, Dr. belief. But he became

POD, bonefish and permit. Obviously month,. John 0. Brown,an ophthalmologist ruffled when asked his plans
this list is not completebut Golf courses and beaches are have four children, John with the Black Muslims
it Includes the major speciesthat withlng a few blocks of aU Jr., William, Gala Marie, and "We are not Black Muslims,"
probably will compose most lodgings, as' are playgrounds Lawrence be fumed. "Ton wouldn't go up
of the average catch. and tennis centers. Sightseeing The 743 delegates attending the to a Catholic and ask if he wu
Leave the fishing to the skip- buses may be taken toall major General Synod sessions, of the a black or white Catholic, or a
AWARD TO HUMBLE Howard per unless you want to special- attractions. There is a choice denomination at the Netnerland black of white Protestant.
B. Woods above chairman
right, of NAMD-s (National
lie; on blue marlin example of restaurants, sandwich shops,- "We Muslims andIt'
Assn. of Market Hilton Notelherearedlactsaingprapoeala are Just
Developers) awards committee the
presents association's annual Empbaala
or sails with light tackle. In
Award to William W. Bryan senior vice cafeterias and of night clubs. on peace, poverty, really not what I can do
president and director of Humble. The the latter case the
I National Association of Market Developers is a professional organltatlon composed chiefly tackle. Otherwise the supply captain Greyhound racing Is featuredat Synod is meeting here June and racial Justice. Some 1,%00 for me. I would be lost with-
the Miami Beach Kennel "
of executive and management people in the sales and public relations fields. Mr. Woods, will do his best to see you catch I club each even. Z2-29. associate delegates, alternatesand out them.
'a former associated director of the United, .States' Information Agency, is now edItor-ln- something, preferably in the The United Church, a union of visitors are also attending.
chief of Sengstacke Publications.i) u i
not familiar with the areas..

Casting used, so tackle here is of the all chance types to is LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO IUY A CAR? SEE DESIRE AT PILL AUSTIN

EntertaiwneHt Hues,, And CriesBY Easy To Create try the old spinning, plug or '
FORD FOR THAT 60 60 LOOK OF 67 60
fly rod on new quarry. Blscayne ALL THE WAY!

Picnic DessertsInto Bay, incidentally, pro-
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL duced a world permit last year. ITIUA'2Ilt7 T
Anglers, like all other summer I ,

PLAYBOY STAR the picnic basket on balmy vacationers in Miami Beach
LOS ANGELES-NPI-Swlnging( DamIta Jo hit the Playboy Bummer days go the favorite picnic have bargln hotel and apartment t
Room with a bang last week, sing a wide variety of jail itenu-hot dog and hamburfen, rates for their holidays here ;
tunes ranging from up-tempoe to gospel-tinged ballads. The buns, potato chips, etttup, mu.tard U well as many forma of en-
versatile entertainer embellished and animated her songs and pickle. But what ihould you
with gestures and dancing while rendering such selections pack for deiiertf
as "The Thunder of You In My Heart," "Up a Lazy River," Why not top off/ your outdoor Beach
meal with a flouriih by bringing out
"Don't Go Away' and "Our Love I Here to Stay." She was I lurpriie treat that' I bit out of i x r, 4a
t'A Caner." thr -ordinary. Such detwrti u v

Brownie Kabob, Quick Shortcakeand
TAGS "Y" BIASATLANTA all-butter pound cake with I Shorts
-(NPI>-At a recent news conference at which) ,variety of topping will be gobbled
be'was' surrounded by SNCC members)Jazz pianist Lea McCann' ,en
fefiarged tM flowatovn Atlanta YMCAwh; clMtagJt n eJUOi,,itA,t'r1h y'rel: ,ysadr* to serve '!'_ f''method, of ;fisklng toff ..Miami
club facilities to''him' because he' is a Negro. Later,.Jack Beach,, especially in summerIs
B. Roof,' YMCA executive secretary, said "We are IIU percent Tt taw for each of the a quick "deep-Jigging." Bait or
Integrated" but he admitted the health club section deuerti: la a frozen deuert cake or
artificial lures are fished La.--
frozen brownie on -
like thorn from .
"is not Integrated because it has a limited capacity.." Sara' Lee. They come from your and close to the bottom from Imo, Cna

grocery tore completely baked in a drifting boat in water 100
REUNIONLOS their own foil pani and go right to 150 feet deep. While sailfish -I
ANGELES-Qm)>-Atter a three-year lapse South from your freezer to the picnic site.Here's have been taken by this I
African songstress Miriam Uaktba will J Join the Harry Bela-' the how-to for the easy mean, grouper, king macereV
fonte troupe for a Joint appearance Aug. 15-Sept.. S, in concertat deiiert preparation: African pompano and snapperare
the Greek threatre which they last played together in 1964 Brownit Kabobs/ : Tuck a packageof more usual catches
Belafonte will also utilize a 12-nun folk grop featuring lingers popular all-butter Chocolate
tr Marrow. Brownies, a package of Urge-fin eeveea
marshmallow, and colored tooth-
pick into your picnic baiket At
OWES AIRLINE
mealtime, cut the browniet Into Park department crews are
CmCAGO-NPl-A community newspaper reported last busy the year around in Miami .
week that comedian''' and civil rights advocate Dick Gre- 1-inch tquarei, spear with a tooth. Beach, planting flower seeds
gory owes American airlines $7,947 for air travels charged pick and pop I manhmallow on and setting young plants in beds
to credit cards. The News Clarion said its information on top. The Brownie Kabotn will be along street and parkways
Gregory's arrearage was based on a complaint filed in delicioui and fun to eat, and they Nearly 1,000,000
seedlings are
circuit court. There was no immediate reply from Gregory fit right into Shortcake the picnic theme. handled this way annually
who was taken to task in the Clarion's report as a. Quick : Bring along one
pound cake, fresh fruit and a can
"civil extraordinary" and "galloping troublemaker
rights agitator
ol Instant whipped cream (carriedin rwrrvr mvw w r.etiaO
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and top with fruit and whipped
HOSTS ANTMCNBTREL SHOW 'cream. Delectable tervingi of ihort- ,.,, ra- EOrr
LOS ANGELES- (NP1)-The Watts community, scene of violent cake are ready to please any pic
racial disorders last year, recently played host to an nicker.
anU-ministrel play called "The Super Spook Show," presented Pound Cab Tepfinin Pound
by the Watts Repertory Theatre Company. The play cake b great served plain, but it
Send
starring Earl Cook U "Super Spook" centered on the exploitation alto deliclouily adapt to many pic.
IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGEST TRADITION OF
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Walt Frazie---- Game Of The WeekNEW Playground. Director f CongratulatedUJWUKATULATOJNS Annual All-Star Tilt Pittsburgh Pirates

With KnicksNEW "'tt'j'(,: I'. A,:L/tlwtllh:CRd..I. St. ,w1- ''m'. ..,. u..IiIif7 '(___.,,__-"- ""
Signs '". ; :;. (' ': -' .
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Calif.NEW Signs Taylor
YORK Walt Frailer, a YORK The Cincinnati }' \; ,. .
standout, basketball star this Reds currentlyln a see-saw ; ; ; "
:: TALLAHASSEE-
:, YORK-The 38th .Major Taylor
past season at Southern Illinois battle with the St. Louis Cardinals aka 1p J;'' All-Star Baseball Florida AIM University third
League
r
'signed to for (be .
play tor the National League 1H
Game baseman has signed a baseball -
the Summer
one-game
New York National '
Kolcks of the \
lead will meet the Chicago .
classic that pits a team of Rational contract with the Pillsa -
Basketball Association. Cubs, baseball's surprise team VI' I'/ League stars against burg h Pirates of the National
"We're got the best player' In' la NBC's game of the week. : I team American League stars, League Taylor has been assigned -
ball last said
college year/ this will be telecasted
game gets prime-time coverage when to the Pirates' Class
Coach Dick McGuire
happily in color nationally by the NBC A
the NBC Television and Radio ball team in Salem, N.C.
after the signing. Not long ago Television Network Saturday A native of Miami
.
Networks broadcast the action Taylor
Bill Bradley signed also toplay )f.
July starting at approximately had been
a consistent
for the Knicks and with Frailer r. p from Anaheim (Calif.) Stadium spark
1:15: p.m plug on the Rattler nine sine
at 7 p.m., Tuesday July 1.The
Joining bin they should really curt Gowdy Sandy Ko fax and
t NBC telecast will be In color his freshman season FAMU
move. Pee Wee Reese will do the NBC- Coach
.., Hank Bauer, manager of the Costa Kitties sees a
McGuire Is a man of few
very TV sportscasters for the national ,, 'world chamlon Baltimore Orioles great future for Taylor In professional
words. To say as many as he colorcast from '
Chicago's will fill that role for the baseball.
did of Frazier indicates bow J..ltt. ,
Wrigley Field, which will immediately \
.
American League all stars, a. ahar
follow "The Sandy'Koufax t... :iI squad of 25 players picked t ,;
Show" at Z p.m. ( the honor by American League- 4aflonal
The Cincinnati-Chicago game : .. 4X players, managera and coaches,
will see a sharp, young man- "..f". h
__ waiter Alston, who led his LosAngeles
ager, 33-year-old Dave Bristol, r," Dodgers totheNLeaguh
In his first full season as the 9r
.
pennant in 1966, will
R'eds' skipper in a head-to-head \. (
"
manage toe team selected from
confrontation with one of hNgame's t. t the 10 ball clubs In his league
'!
wisest veterans Leo d\f\ -
The All-Star classic has been
Durocher of the Cubs. r"t p. ., ,
carried regularly on the NBC

as The well Reds as have good scoring pitching punch with I. : J a X 1 r' Television Network since 1950 1 1"There's
,the year the National Leaguewon
outfielder Pete Rose
among the in 14
innings, 4-3, and has
league's batting leaders and been televised in color since
first baseman Tony Peres among -, I 1959. NBC Radio has broadcastthe
the leaders in home
runs _, .
--
game every year since 1957. .. _
__
WALT FRAZIER: and runs-baRed-In. NBC Radio also broadcast the vor-
highly be'regards the Little On the pitching side Gerry AT-: first game In the series in no doubt In my mind
All-America and of Ted of his record
spark the rlgo AbernathyMelQueeiv 1933 from Chicago which the Taylor's ability?
national small 'college champion Jim Maloney and 19 year-old, American League won 4-2. speaks for Itself. He baa! all the
Salukis sensation Gary Nolan have kept The last Connie Mack man- 'talent necessary for a careerin
General Ed the Reds in basebalL He
While
Manager pennant contention. professional
that AI
aged team which Included -
Donovan did not disclose con- Other Cincinnati players with ,. such all-time stars has great speed, an excellent
as
tract terms offensive 'S ,,, ,, i and is of the best
it was believed the strength include:Vada .,. 1 Rick Ferrell, Klmmy Dymes glove: one
t-foot-4 Plnson Deron Johnson __ bitters to this In
22-year-old guard ,Don Pavlettch % come way
signed a three-year pact calling Tommy Helms and Leo ; cmanuel Thomas, second from left is member and Fred Marjenhoff, Recreation Department supervisor Lou Gehrig AI Simmons, Lefty a long time," Kittles said.
Laczerl
for a total of about $90,000.For Cardenas. seen congratulating Slmond Johnson playground director,Carl- who were on hand for the Emmett"Chip" Reed Memorial Gomez, Tony Bave Taylor led the Rattlers six
yean the Knicks have been The Cubs, last-place finishers ton Bryant for the splendid Job he is doing with the Little League Basketball Little League outing The trophies seen in the background more.Ruth Jimmy Foe and many categories this past season,

looking for a take-charge guy. last season, are in the thick of teams. Looking on are I.H. Burney (OaR) Recreation Board were donated bytheAfroMnerlcanlnsurunceCompany.Learning The National League squad was hitting 368, stealing 16 bases

Now they appear to nave two in the pennant race this year.Called -. led by John McGraw and feat 22 runs, 26 bits, five doubles,

the 6-foot-S, Bradley and the best No.8hitter in baseball FIGHT CANCER t IUT.I t ;Southern Repeats As ured Tony Cucclnello: Gabby and 21 runs batted In.
Frailer last March when he led exciting Adolfo Phillips To Swim Hartnett, Lon Warneke Carl
the Salukis to the NIT title and has 'become the hero 'of the Hubbell Lefty O'Doul, Hal Sch- Lee May Finds
was named the most Valuable Wrigley Field tans CHECK{ UP'l \ NAIA Track King umacher: Bill Terry, Chuck

Player. In our next phase of operation NOD we will take up artificial Klein, Pie Traynor and! Hack Home In Rightfield
BATON ROUGENPIThey,. respiration. When we speak of artificial respiration, we think; Wilson
said it couldn't be done- tat of the manual method supplying the body with air. The American League trails
Southern University's stout L When to give artificial respiration? In the series 17-19, with one CINCINNATI Almost everyday
hearted track and field Jaguars Artificial respiration should be given as soon u possible tie, in 1961, clalled because of during spring training,Dave
made believers out of a lot when breathing has ceased. Such accidents as drowing duet rain tt the end of nine innings, Bristol Red's Manager was asked -
of people by scooping up 77 trical shock, poisoning by mouth and Inhalation of carbon with the score I-l Last year what be was going eliminate -
points to win their third straight monoxide, and over dose of sleeping drugs may cause stoppageof the National League won in the the problem of having two
NAIA championship last week, breathing bottom of the 10th inning, 2-L rlghthanded-hltting first base
4 rendering Texas Southern University 2. Methods of Artificial respiration: when Tim McCarver (St.Louls) men like Tony Perez and Lee

an also-ran In the pro- There are many methods of artlfical respiration but, we will singled, took second on a sacrifice May?
cess. be concerned with only two methods The back pressure arm bunt by Ron Hunt (New May had indicated he was ready -
p. And more attention will be paid lift method and the mouth-to-mouth method. The mouth-to York), and scored on a singleto to cope with majorleague
'OAAY to statement Issued by South- mouth method Is the most practical and has proven to be the right field by Wills pitching by batting at a.345 clip
ern's track Coach Dick Rill .most effective: method. 9Los Angeles). The game was the las six weeks of the 1966
At least two weeks before going* 3. Position of victim played in record 100-plus degree season with the Reds, after his
into the NAIA. championship ,Place the victim in a face-down position. Bend his elbows beat at Busch Stadium, St. recall: from Buffalo (InternatIonal
meet, Hill emphatically stated and place the hands one upon the other. Turn his face to one Louis. ) farm club.
that his Jaguars would "win side, placing the cheek upon Us hands Be sure nothing is Who's on first today? Deron
the nationals this year" Coach blocking the air passage In the mouth. You should always ,Johnson. Where's Perez? He's
Hill's statement came after check the victims mouth before administering artificial re Negro Soccer Star on third and Judging from the
Texas Southern had stopped a spiration.4y way he has been hitting and

!Jaguar, domination of SWAC Position of the operator: Weds Countess1':'Agusfa fielding, he apparently !is thereto ..j
titles at three straights la Houston JKneel at the bead of the subject on either the right or left stay.
M have a safe vacation on one of these Tex last month. :knee or both. One one each side of the subject's head Place: Now that leaves May; He's the

"We'll win the nationals because ""our handsbelow anflat of the victims back The palms should LIEGE Belgulm -Brazilian Red's new right fielder. At
for the most part: the lie line running between the arm Negro Soccer; Star Jose Ger- least,, Bristol plans to play him
points we scored la the SVAC I pits. The tips of the thumbs should be touching or nearly so. DaDo was finally united with there whena lefthander is facing
BFG lire meet are solid ones, and we'll. Be sure to spread the fingers Italian Countess Glovanna the Reds. Floyd Robinson will
[ bargains score that on any given day", 5. Compression phase/ : Agusta after winning a four- play against righthanders.
Coach Hill in qualifying his After placing your hands In position, rock forward until month legal battle against the May made his debit as a right
contendtton that his Jaguars the arms are Ina vertical postlon, you are now forcing the girl's millionaire parents who fielder with the Reds on June 11,
would go on to their nnpre- bad air out or going through the exhalation phase Your bitterly opposed the match. in a doubleheader at t Crosley
cendented third straight NAIA elbows should be kept straight and the pressure exerted Leagl hurdles preventing the Field with the Astros. And he
crown. slowly on the back. 21-year-old heiress to a motor- handled without a flaw the four
I --I The Jaguars mentor's words 6. The Inhalation phase cycle fortune marrying the 25- fly balls which were belted ovMs
Huny and get your hands on our were proved to be more fact After you have forced the air out of the lungs with a slow year-old athlete were cleared way.
rJ.f. i .. Tire Value Calculator.Answer 7 simple than fiction downward pressure, you begin to release the pressure and only last week.Germano A.weak throwing arm has always
;;;....;: questions about the kind of driving you But the Jaguars banded Coach commence to rock slowly backward. Place your hands upon signed away all legal been the rap against Mayas
::,=T:1: do-speeds, roads, loads.The CalculatorWill Rill something to crow about. the subjects arm Just above the elbows, draw both arms rights to the Agusta an outfielder. "My arm was
tell you which of these tough, They upended Texas Southern upward and toward you. Apply Just enough lift to feel some millions. "This is a love always tight,"saidtbemuscular
:.T;:;E ":' dependable BFG Tires will suit best, 77-63 last Saturday giving; resistance Do not bend your elbows as you rock backward.,, match," the bride told reporters May who was a .standout Men'
:.':'.:;.=- :': cost least and you their coach a laughing point Then lower the arms to the ground this completes the full "not a money match." school fullback I In Birmingham!
:::::;:'i'- you give you safer, -.;the one point better winning cycle. The arm left expands the chest by pulling on the chest No members ofGloYlDlt.fam- Ala. "Ifs much better anoteew:
more care-free vacation driving. than Texas Southern's SWAC musles. ily were present at either the pretty locse'no'nthouh.

margin The cycle should be repeated about 12 times per minute civil or the religious ceremony.But .
fli Wonderous Willie Davenport at a stady pace. The compression and inhalation phase hundreds of Belgians lined --- --
without question the best hurd- should, take about equal time up to see the couple European Bring your news to the
ler in the world today, roared Remember, you should continue to give artificial respiration newspapers have described u FLORIDA STAR NEWS
to a new NAIA record for the until the victim Is revived or pronounced dead by a physician "the sweethearts of the year." 2323 Moncrief Road.
120-yard high hurdles posting And don't watt to ask questions begin artificial respiration Count Demenlco Agusta, the
a 13.S time to erase the 1957 immedlatley. bride's father told an appeals
record of 13.6 by Lee Calhoun Next week we will take up the Mouth-to-mouth method of court last week be wanted his

p t' ( { which he (Davenport) tied last artificial respiration. only daughter to wait a while
year. longer before marrying He said
Running second to the AAU YOUR GOOD HEALTH his opposition was not based on
champion was Leon Coleman of racial rejudlce.
Wlnston-Salem, Roger Mann of
t! a Northeast Louisiana and Hal RELATED TO ITCHING Them "MIVETERANS
Rouschee of Northern Arizona. only U YOU CAREt

And the Jaguar sophmoreused BY SAMUEL ANDELMAN, MJ., M.P.H.
COMMANDER LONG MILER CUSTOM LONG MILER his Jet speed to team up with CHICAGO COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH
COOD; VALUE it low Grunday Harris, Oiler Ford and
cost BETTER VALUE
Increased BEST VALUE.Strong nylon cord
Bill Miller to gun Southern to
Cool running nylon cart llil",.. Tough nylon cord. BIG EDGE had longer Inn",..,, victory In the 440-yard relay ITCHING
Itching Is closely related to pain, and in some persons, it
with a 40.0 clocking over Texas Is even harder to bear. Like pain, it has many causes.
$1195 $1545 $1895 Southern, Arkansas AMAN and Historians tell that Napoleon itched so Intensely especially:
Prairie
Robert View.Johnson won the half during the excitment of battle that at times he would turnover THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC.

""' 'us,.......,....1willi........ ....'us,...................,... Nellpr.aewl. ......ehl.la mile run with a blistering 1:50 and the roll command on a straw-covered to one of Ms floor generals take all his his clothesoff
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to scratch
shot put leader NAIA ranking him sometimes until he bled-ell the while, urging Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking
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MONEY[ DOWN Flit INSTALLATION second.most of Ford the and season Harris, finished finish- Since such heroic treatment is not recommended, it behooves
us to learn the proper technique of scratching for maximum
ed two and three behind James.
relelf and minimum damage to the skin Applications For Ifs
Hines the
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In. 22o-yard
; To this end learn
to locate the point of most Intense Itching.
William McClellan third and
The straighttalktire This may be the center of an Insect bite, a small blister or
fifth place: in the high Jump
people. r i r and triple Jump respectively; raised area of an allergic reaction cuch as hives. Veteran Class.
Scratching the focal point releases certain chemicals lathe
Willie Owen, third place in the
NNP88 skin that cause the itching to Increase. Therefore, leave
Priced at shown at B.F.Goodrlch: store. competntory/ priced it 0.F.Goodrich dialers! triple Jump.buy. the, central point alone and rob the surrounding area gently
j I preferably through a single layer of clothing Or, rub the
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I __ U.S.: toothbrush. .
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/ JULY 1, 1961 SUI PAPERS' PACE 11



I University Of Florida May Be Pressured To Sign Negroes Next Year I




I Gets Ole Miss. Granted I

Negroes Are Blocked From Horace Clarke Is Silent But ConfidentNEW Hayes Reveals Secret Of Reaching.Stardom


; ; second YORK-Horac baseman for the'Clarke New second With all baseman.his options used up, PETERSBURG who Va.Bob day as a flanker- back Hayes
Hayes, sparkled for the
'
.: 1 U. F.'s Athletic Program York Yankees has been given Clarke became a Yankee to stay Dallas Cowboys in 1968, was caught six passes from aerial
; Richardson him: to assist in a S2-7 rout of theNew
.r : i\ the handle of"silent Partner"as In 1966, but kept interviewed recently at FortLee '
nothing seem to shake him on the bench. After tbeAHStar where he was completing York Giants.
Hayes biggest thrill in
at all. Game Manager Ralph Bout a
GAINESVILLE-Eddie McAshan was only 10-years-old when six months of Army Reserve Florida AIM
.. Bobby Richardson guarded that moved Clarke In as the regular uniform came la
.. he used Florida
: to gain free admission into the University of duty. 1964 Orange Blossom
Classic
stadium, back in 1960 to sell soft drinks. spot efficiently and quietly for shortstop and the silent man Hayes revealed that his bols- The Rattler's
won overGramb-
ten Now Horace Clarke eased into a regular
:years
\ fly coming into a pro grid star
line College 42-15 with
McAshan whose 1960 heroes bers of the has assumed the Job almost as was no fluke and be had an Hayes
were quarterbacks traditionally segregated :.7t there hadn't been a change At the end of the 1966 season intensive background In foot- catching a 30 yard pass and
Larry
Southeastern Con-
all. The spot is still manned by Richardson retired and finally running 20 yards for a touch-
Libertore and Bobby Dodd Jr, ference Kentucky Tennessee ball before he entered the down. He
also added
.a strong, silent man with only Clarke was the Yankees regular a cowl
crew up to become a starting Mississippi and Vanderbilt nave scholastic all-state team twice of two-point conversions
.he name changed secon baseman. Whe he cane to OIL'runs
quarterback himself last tall recruited Negroes makes the while attending Matthew W. with the
at Gainesville High School His Gators' position precarious. Clarke wasn't even noticed by spring training this year he had, Gilbert High School in Jacksonville pigskin
coach, Kim Nttlack predicts the Yankees until 1962 at Am- a rejular Job but his problemswere Florida, and I also play
,the honor roll Junior will develop football Athletic Director and head arlUo (Texas). Hb moved from still not completely sol ed at Florida AIM University, Buy U.S.
Into "the best quarter coach Ray Graves,said shortstop to secon base and ved. Horace had a Job but be where I was Introduced to
"For
..wiij back In the state." some time we have been proved that was his natural spot didn't have a regular partner at tract

Eddie Is already planning We attempting have to recruit Negroes. but he also hit 300. His path shortstop. His efficiency. has been supported SAVINGSBONDS I
ahead. "U I go up North to high schools gone to all the Negro wasn't eased by the fact that Ruben Amaro and Dick Howser by his performance asa
in
college be stated "1 might the slate Richardson, one of the most both played short during spring Cowboy. In 1968 he tallied
have a better chance at pro' rugged of the Yanks, was the training but neither did well. 13 touchdowns In his biggest
ball But if I stay home, I, Late In the exhibition season.

might have a better chance at
starting"

The University of Florida is I 8 I'P I I I
home for Eddie MeAshan where
he was introduced to college

sl football. He has stated that be
would rather stay at home, but,
he knows it isn't as simple as.
that.He is a Negro.

No Negro athlete has ever,

-..,. v .,..,......... sport.worn a Although Gator uniform Negroes in have any'

HERNANDO, Mlss. Jlmmy Isora (right), 18, a tternando attended the University of
Central High School sprinter who became the first Negro Florida for more than seven
athlete signed to a grant-ln-ald scholarship at the Univer- years
I sity of Mississippi at Oxford listens as his high school coach, One hundred-forty scholarships -
George Dobbins, talks on telephone June 22nd. Isom runs the were available for next
100-yard dash in 09.9 seconds without starting blocks. year most of them have been,
9upltelephotoO assigned Thusly Florida probably
won't sign a Negro until
at least 1968.Florida .
Negro Leaders Allen Crashes State and Miami will

suit Negroes next fall, thereby

Demands SafetyMON'1GOMERYAIaNPl Longest Ever ,placing segregated pressure Florida.athletically The fact

that four of its fellow mem- -
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-Richie
>
-
Allen has hit another one of
Negro leaders demanded that Watch.
his tape measure home runs. \
Lurlean
Gov. B.Wallace"make
Alabama safe for Negroes to June 6th, Allen hit one that may This. Clown
traveled 600 feet.
live 'In," as civil rights work- well have over *
The ball have been the
ers'continued to lead protest might 91- 38-51
longest ever hit out of the anl-
marches stemming from the
cent Connie Mack Stadium
arrest of Stokely Carmichael. ,
65 59 32
which opened if s doors in 1909.
According to the Rev Richard
This home run by Allen only
Boone an SCLC official, the
his sixth of the season, was hit 1 .1
marchers were demanding an
iff Cub's rookie Joe Nlekro In
end to police brutality well
as
the fifth inning with one in and 4 5
as promises of equal employ.
two out. It was part of a Phil ::
ment better education and +
rally that beat the Cubs, 9-8. I 2

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1HIGBEE ;Apply: FLORIDA STAR 2323 Barber Lounge 622 Ashley St.
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IUSSIUSI ILESSINRS1The '1UIDS-.TOR..IEW YOU FIRST CLASS

man born with the gift Rev MACHINE I UP, TO $15 WEEK CABINET MAKERSFIRST

(Roosevelt. Franklin of Macon, 'Responsible party assume' k Top jobs NOWI Best homes InN.Y k
Georgia. It is through God thai i8 per month payments or pa,' City New Jersey.Friendly CLASSWELDERS
1 can remove all evil conditions, off cash balance of $54. This faml es. Fare sent, rush re -_.- -
some questions you may wish W, machine makes buttonholes,' ferences. FREE GIFT. YOUNG MODELS-Modeling children apparel were: Vanessa Coles Yvonne Coles, Virginia
know, sews"a buttons blind stitches, MISS DIXIE AGENCY 1- Aim' Williams Cassanda Solomon Rodney Solomon, Bernadlne Solomon and Carlyn
fond stitches and monograms 300 W.4Q St N.Y.C. Dept.. 21t Colon (Photos By Bob Smith) FIRST CLASS
DO YOU NEED MONEY? 'without attachments. Guaran
IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL? teed. Must see to appreciate:, FOR MEN AND WOMEN AN UNSUCCESSFUL POET SIGN PAINTERS

CAN MY HUSBAND STOP CaU 353.1946 Anytime ask for All AGES married a rich wife. At the APPLYSOUTHSIDI
DRINKING? Credit Manager. Will deliver, OF WEDDIKGANNOUNCEMENT Methodists Wedding when the clergyman DIVISION
Georgia Youths
TAN MY LOVE ONES ECRETURNED : nq obligation. Take New IMPROVED NATURE 5 White read out the traditional words, IT. HINMICKI AVtMAIN
? TABLETS for that tired run
SA 'I MONETMIRACIE TOO down feeling that keeps yon Naps" IntegrationATLANTA IMdlctedFor Rape the" poet tried goodly to repeat word them.1 01 YARD
,They call me the (Qtootman from enjoying life. Mr. and Mrs. Nalton G. Darby, endowmy (44 L Sue II.An .
But I am only a servant of GedJpeciuse CAN CIIE'TO YOU S'J 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets have announced the marriage. the he (aid. .cwhp4icDi Ural OwMtmltv lo.bys.
And KidnapingGIFF1N
of their daughter Elizabeth tat-
God is the answer to. $5.00. $1.00 deposits on The North
fell life's problem 1 a m t h e Join this new Prosperity C.O>>.'sempire Roslland to Sp-4 Eddie Phillip Georgia Methodist Conferencevoted
lung of all Day Prophets. Send Movement! Write today for free products 7 sales Baggs Jr. overwhelmingly to createa Ga. -A grand jury WHEN YOU ARE Ili" '
(for my special selected Bible information. An Individual Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway Sp-4 Baggs recently returned fully Integrated church In a handed down indictment for five .
verses. To be readonSPECIAL :-You-may be energized, Chicago m. 60626 from Vietnam where he served changing neighborhood near De- white youths on charges of robbing -
DAYS magnetized and polarized to with the 173rd Airborne Brigade catur. the congregation of a Negro -
Send a addressed,ItIIIpedlenvelq attract the flow of money. Pro- He Is the son of Mr. and The church will have a minis. church and kidnapping and You Seek The 'Best'Doctor,
( >e and $2.00 fort Bible perly magnetized, any human KEIP WANTED Mrs. Eddie Phillip Baggs Sr. ter and a Negro associate: raping two choir members. 'When Your Doctor Prescribes. Mt
verses and spiritual Message. The couple exchanged vows on Indictments returned jGet Experienced Pharmacists
being can summon a MoneyMiracle. pastor. Bishop>> John Owen Smith. were ( II'
LYOQ will receive Bible verses Write for details about Sins PEOPLELAen'and April 11, 1966. called the action "one of against Wlntred Johnny Par According To Your Doctor's :
'!ay return mall. The Bride is a graduate of ham 19 18 Orders. We UseOnly The Best
;this new Prosperity Movement. women to sell adver. Georgia Methodism's finest ; Joseph Anthony ; ,
Send TO: Write to: Matthew Gilbert High School hours" William Lamar Clontz, 18; Robert Quality Drum
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin .Using. Liberal draw llveral, and a recent graduate of Smith 20 and Jackie
Smith L.
OBADIAH'8MONEY Bishop>> said he was gladdened ,
p30 Morrow Avenue ,MAGNET conftnlsslon sales. You ,earn easy$75 work to,$15011 quick Bethune-Cookman College. | to see people "stop running Martin, 17, all Spalding ;t'c*. 1.3LACIC\tropiMor
and Mrs. P. )
Sp-4 Eddie. Baggs
Macon Georgia 31201 and getting down to doing County Ga. The five were
INFORMATION you're keen. Fringe benefits. Jr., are residing In Augusta, the work of Jesus Christ." denied bails and remainedin Registered Pharmacists To Serve 'You
9204 S. Commercial Ave Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 232S Ga. for the .
I specialize in all case work summer.
Phone trot code 911-74-56475: Chicago m. 60617 moncrief Rd.. cor.. 13th. agreed The 1000 to conference help oay operational
expenses of the church, which Grove Church near here during
SHOP AT YOUR AlP' will attempt to develop>> a full- Sunday night services April 23 tosmetl: Rubber Goods -. Carries '.,Sundries

scale ,racially integrated pro taking $75 from the collection 'PRESCRIPTIONS'CALLED FOR AND'DELIVERED. -
:
,WAREHOUSE '-stoit. gram In East Lake, a transitional plate and the congregation.Two :

3000' w. 45th ST. About area.75 white members of were 18-year-old taken at choir gunpoint members as- 'Lilly's Drug Store

the Church petitioned the con. hostages. They said they were '

; : PRICES IN THIS AD ference. free.raped before they were set !19JJ7 JINGS.( ,ROAD EM-1276: ,,

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aR, ; $.,> ARE GOOD THROUGH I I Shriners_ Slate Annual Meeting. r SISTER BESSIE:

SATURDAY IULY 1 More than"20,000 persons will At a Cleveland press con '
,FREEjCANfiLE WITH EVERY REAPINQfhe
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converge on Cleveland August Terence, Potentate Washington J
EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE! SPECIAL VALUE! WHITE or Blllil 20, for the week-long 74th annual explained that Prince Hall
convention;of the Prince Shrledom Is a benevolent and will read your entire We-past,present and
ASSORTED DELICIOUS FLAVORS SAILDETERGENT Hall Shriners second largest charitable organization,making future. She asks no questions but will tell you
YUKON CLUBBEVERAGES group within UjS. masonry. a variety of medical and educational I That you want to know, giving date and t.&ci'd
Roscoe C. Washington, Imperial financial grants in-- ,business love, health and family atblrs. Will
potentate of the Ancient eluding substantial aid' to the :help you find lost art TELL you whom you will
Egyptian Arabic Order of Legal Research Foundation of marry and when. tt the one you love is true, what !
,Nolbes of the Mystic Shrine the NAACP. One of Its most .to do'to be successful Will reunite separated,
announced that he and other ambitious present plans is to 'locate absent friends and relatives and cause ,
shrine officials already have raise funds to enlarge its program happiness between man and wife. Make up
1C JHI. SCANS GIANT 39 been In Cleveland, working out of scholarships for young :lover's quarrels. Tells.if ItckDesS or baclluck"
1 ; Li' convention details. men and women. natural enemines, evil Influence and bad luck Does not tell,
,
111 I flli. Paul L. Wordrlng, Sr., illustrious to please you, but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you for
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potentate of El Hasa disappointments in ill others I not only read your life like an,
Temple, No. 26, the host templefor '!open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Com *;
Asst. .H teriltU e the Cleveland convention, and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems to g o
''wrong. WHY be sad downhearted,sick and worried when yon,
FRESH has Issued invitation
ARMOUR m RIPE a warm ,
;'can be helped and everything made clear consulting. THIS
said to shrine
Washington ,
VIENNA.SAUSAGE ..-. nobles their familes and their (GIFTED MEDIUMI! Everybody welcome. NOIolAILAliSWERED.1make
II WATERMELONS friends.He 1 no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER,
5-OZ. added that the general pub- ,BESSI2; is located north of Callahan on UJS. IL1/2 mile from

CANS W lic. also Is Invited to attend a .City of CALLAHAN. Florida. Phone 8792250. )
WATCH FOR KER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE,
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