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Appeals Boycott ROUGE-Wegro employees -
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,' Court last week to grant a f
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: : { : ; :: halting blatant Job discrimination -
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JAX S DIFF N j, I Aluminum and Chemical Corp.
) \rw '
,.&. 'l. J fI1.,) "j '('I'f' ), ),,ff.l'/,) Ii.I";.':, I, Represented by attorneys of
the NAACP Legal Defense and
: ; .1' 11'/1," '
?, !( .< ; Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF),
.' ..".' "\' 'the Negro workers, in a class
; .'. action, also filed identical,,
CONSOLIDATION "'il' charges against the Aluminum
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: .. Workers International Union
.
\ and Local 805 of the Aluminum
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-- Workers.
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*.**** *.*'*,* Through their LDF attorneys,
the workers assert that the
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Drag Overdose Negro Group BacksConsolidation Notice Filed unions, ,"consistently with consent of and the company purposely --


Feired In DeathThe For Appeal Of '.4 Negro workers limited "of and better: deprived pay


cause. d death of a Jacksonville Boycott Riling tAM U RETIREES CI'I'ID-Dr. J. Broward Cilpeppar (center) presents resolutions from' and This advancement.was done, the workers
man is lUll befog the Florida Slate Board of Regents to Dr. N. Manning Efferson leI)and JJRJE. Lee Jr., added, "with the Intent and
probed even though body upon their retirement at Florida AAM University. Dr. Efferson retired u dean of administration to foster and protect
Is being prepared forbin burial Councilwomen Singleton And Mafhis An appela is scheduled for the while Mr. Lee retired u vice president for university. affairs. Dean Effer- the design advantages, security and
by Dallas Graham Funeral Circuit Court order dismissing son served for 44 years while Mr. Lee !bad 43 years. Dr. Culpopper Is chancellor of the advancement of white work
Boms Differ On Need For Consolidation the board's suit towel to, baa State University System of Florida FAMU staff photo bv Earnest FlUvauJOXOB ers."
Negro boycott of public schools
Aa autopsy was performed at
LDF laW'er.ucue .
Specifically, the
Dun Medical Morgue to determine A group of prominent Negroes this week went on record board by the Duval C 01 a t y school Threatens that the Aluminum Workers .
what caused the death u supporting the frequently changed consolidation plan and beret e Suit In WiBtifls DefiesTechniques proposed and Kaiser
of Raymond Alaxander.:: 30. ofRAWORD thereby won the favor of the white dally press which carried Elliot Adams, school board accepted, a series of contract
--- -- ,1 a report of the endorsement under a caption one-half Inch attorney, filed notice of appeal Rewriting Of Constitution amendments in August of 1960
I high proclaiming; "Negro Leaders Endorse Consolidation for from the April n order la which Riot which formalized segregationand
Duval". Judge Roger J. Waybrlght ruledFlorida' Job classifications.
GoY Claude Kirk was asked by a Jacksonville Negro politician ,
.
Chairman-elect d the Duval compulsory school This act the LDF contends
group and County. Of Summer ,
not to let the Legislature rewrite the state's Si-year-
r is Dr. W.W. schell, vice president Target plans are to reach the attendance law was unconstitu sets up a system of discrimination -
l old Constitution and warned of possible court action to force
; of Greater Jacksonville lower income clUznes, particularly Thee at Kaiser that Jeopardizes
..r Economic Opportunity, Inc., those in the Negro districts defendants named In the a constitutional convention Instead. 'roH-'Ibt riot technique their Jobs and tends to

(GJEO), and presldent-emerl- whom Schell said, may suit were four prominent Jacksonville The director of the Florida flclent"r.uOD to Institute legal must not become a fixture of deprive Negro workers of employment ,
ten of the Jacksonville UrbanDR. not be able to interpret properly Negroes and the Voters League, Sam Jones,said action challenging any attempt summer life," said Roy Wilkins opportunities because
the Informatloi given NAACP. a constitution written by the by the Legislature to write anew executive secretary of the of race and color.
them on consolidation by the Also thrown out was the 'Legislature "would constitute constltltutton Intended to NAACP This case (Burrell v. Kaiser)

news media. board's demand for damasju'v'.JrwxL and .imposition,.upon guide, the Florida Negro cltt- Wilkins ,sajdcongressmeawho: .outlines, charges growing out
-
Schell feels that there are which could have tota1eI..4tbaD Florida Negroes" since no Ne- tens' existence to the tpneraUOOI. refuse to .n C11'cblaUOlltuch' separate aentarltTl1ne..lob""
'lit' many issues needed to be $285.000 for cla.l1DecSlOI'' gross are In the Legislature as the civil rights bill. of 196T*-classifications at Kaiser determine -
straightened out, so that voters of state funds stemming from A notice was filed by Jones In his notice to the District 'are creating the atmosphere In the rat.,d pay re
JA, win be able to see the plan 1964 and 1966 racial boycotts with the UJS. District Court in Court, Jones said the Legislature which an outbreak of violence ceived.
1.
without prejudice. He cited the protesting the slow pace of Is "cootemplatlnf convening Promotions from one Job
.. ..... m\ occur.
school desegregation in Dun I.. 'J1ItZ'1'! '..' ,1 session write
ALEXANDER recent complications In the city L .L 1. a special .A call was Issued from the classification to another within
elections, when two Negro County. a new Florida constitution under Negro leader to all civil rights a department normally deemployee's
2134 Yulee street. Dr. Carl councilman faced the possibility : Judge Waybrieht said In the the guise constitutional re- groups to "exploit the breakthroughs -
H. Wells the Medical Examiner 1 of having to run againstDH.H.H.SATTERWHITE ruling the attendance law Invalid vision." that have been opened pendsstanding..
slid Thursday that a pathological was to deny equal protection The proposed constitution bad The, seniority standing of a
report hand not been com- of the laws to any child been drafted by "repudiated UP.Credit was also given to militant worker In part, also determines -
.pleted. of school age. "A child. Negro members of aa unconstitutionally Negro leaders for shaking who, in a given department
Alexander was rushed to Du or white, who enrolls In a composed Legislature," ID some whites and Negroeswho Ix lald-off first.
val Medical Center las Sunday school to which races are not Jones said. "badly needed the treat Negro employees at Kaiser,
July 9, about 320: p.m., suffering -' commingled Is forced to go to The governor was asked by went." the LDF asserts, have always
from what appeared to W.W.SCHELL '\ school!, but a chad who enrolls Jones to call for delegates "In this connection the real been held at the lowest payIng -
be aa overdose of drugs, according In a school In which the race elected specifically for the service of militants should not jobs---which also places
to a police report given League. are commingled need not," the. purposed rewriting the Con .be underestimated," be said. them high on the list of those
by the hospital. Approximately thritypersonsorganised Judge observed of the law. subject to lay-offs.
Police officers W. CRemsonand a committee at a "Segregation of the races isBO Plaintiff A.J. Burrell has
W.L. Harper reported luncheon meeting Tuesday at longer valid as a basis for' worked for Kaiser for 16 years.
taking the man to the hospital the MDTA Building on East .'l classification." the Judge said, SAM JONES Liberal Whites Got He "has sought various pro-
Dun street. "and has not been for some
last Sunday ma semiconsciouscondition : motions but to date has served
Schell, praised consolidation )'e1r'." South Florida of possible court
whereupon be was only as a laborer, a tem-
admitted and treated by Dr. Complaints were filed that the action. The South Florida Court porary utility man and as a
Joseph Haddock until he expired j NAACP and the Negro leaders has continuing Jurisdiction: It On Both SidesOAKLAND permanent utlUtyman" the

at 7.30: a.m., July 10. e each other, as an example. caused three boycotts of the litigation concerning the Leg lowest Jots In the riant. *
According to police reports, "The situation there has .schools by Negro children Dec. islature. Calif.--(NPI))- predominantly white com- Other discriminations cited by
the call for an ambulance came changed" Schell sail "But ,-t 1964 March (-'. 1966>> ; A reapportionment plan was White folks got It coming and munties. LDF attorneys Include:
from TraUnys Bus station. } M many voters still don't know and Oct. z.c, 11168. The school ordered by the District Court .going last week. "They are now trying to stop Negro plaintiffs, who have
Alexander lived with his I board charged that between earlier this year after legislators While 'bIackponr'organ. black power before you get worked for the company for
mother Mrs. .Letha Alexander it. They will go to the polls 7,000 and 19,716 children were failed to produce a plan sation, in effect, gave them the started," Farmer said. more than 12 years, were laid-
thinking this is still unsolved, absent on those dates, costingthe acceptable under the UJS.Supreme beave-ho Meanwhile M. and white
and has a brother, Benny a militant leader accused Whitney Young, off replaced by work
Alexander who resides at 1940 and will vote accordingly school system $3.33 per Courfs one-man, one- them of trylngto break up Jr., took out at whites for ers.
Broadway. s "Certain details! within the consolidation day per absent child In state vote criteria. Negro political power by dispersing another reason: He accused These Negroes bad previously
bill Itself have aid. "Negro clticens of Florida the ghetto, and a more them ofwattlng out on the movement sought promotions which rare
? changed over the months, like find it Intolerable to confront moderate leader censured them never realized.
GJEO Receives ; the alteration from 21 to 19 the prospect of a future existence for walking out on the move Young executive director,National KaketIhas I regularly posted
jL councilmen We plan to explain TeenAgers Pull under a state constitution ment. Urban League, said the bids' for Jobs since July Z, 1965
these changes red their aJ &I'a written soley by the white race
CORE gave its white associates Northern white liberals desert and Negro employees have spilled.
Federal Fends .-- DfflMOH.< Hail without Negro minority representation the boot by simply ed the movement when It spread "However, they wire advised -
SALLY B;MATS I ," Jones advised Kirk. dropping the word "mul outside the South."LJberallsm" by the company that they v

The Greater Jacksonville as, "the best plan for improving Jones feels that there is suf- tiracial" from the section: of he said, would to produce evidence of
Economic Inc. the of Duval Authorities are looking for its constitution descrblng Its "seems to be related to the having graduated from aa accredited -
Opportunities, government Jax Man Victim
has been granted more than County," and that the system two Negro teen-agers who Navy membership distance people are from /the Ugh school and take i
pulled a daring crime of larcency According to Floyd B. problem;. The same people and pus a test
$100,000 In federal funds for' would "provide an opportunity: '
programs to be developed. The for an the people to work together at Jacob's Jewelers,Inc., Of Assault' By Wife' McKisslck, national CORE director who had prided themselves on Negroes were'also' advised
Office of Economic Opportunity to 'achieve' common !& on July 11. the organisation's action sending their religious leaders that all previously seniority
William L. Richardson told William Lee Harris, 21yearold "didn't exclude white down to Mississippi to march
(010) has earmarked goals, and lift Jacksonville to any rights would have to be for
._,," authorities that currently serving in u.s.
r :(' approximate people from CORE. u proof of their commitment feited.
$54 752 for
a special summer
.. ly 2:10 PJB., the two suspects Navy aboard the IBS Chltton,
aimed mainly at But the action, taken atCORE' to literalism were ready to No test had been administeredfor
program, ., J entered the store and asked to docked at Norfolk Vs. was a
,
youth.. The activities will Include ..,. national convention censure these same leaders promotion purposes in any
recreation education cultural look at two men rings. victim of uaautlre.1IlUDcfrom was seen u a more toward aa who discussed what must be Jobs at Kaiser before, LDF
enrichment and employment One of the rings described anagmment all-Negro orpn1 J1oa. CORE done in their own com- attorneys noted.
opportunities. u being yeallow gold, 3 diamonds Sgt Deyo, car 317, answeredthe appeared to be turning into an DlUDlUea. Negroes are excluded from
Fifty-thousand dollars has i .. on an oval crest valued call to the dwelling of Harris organization promoting a black For some reason 'tbeUberai various apprenticeship trainIng -
at 1250.00 and the other was a and the victim told him that
been approved by the: Labor civilization Ia America based does not have much stamina, programs.
Department under the ....- i f diamond cluster ring'valued he and his wife Barbara Jean on black valueiand black power. but the rightist, on the other Negroes are refused full and
power Development Training I I at | 295.00. The total value. Harris got Into an argument Integration was rejected at the ham finds flmf for all, free access to washrooms,

Act to a unit designed by GJEO. i LETOJ.> CARTER, m bossed was $641.00.Richardson over money. convention as a goal for the Ia......" dressing rooms, toilets, water
The' started about also stated that This arngment r.n1tec1lDto a organisation. Young said the rising status fountains, and locker rooms.
project was
fiance In U simple terms u while they were looking at the tussle la which William Harris
three months by city officials White people) I were also the of the Negro had made some LDF attorneys are Murphy
and will ago be conducted possible so all Dual County rings his attention was turned threw his wife on the bed but butt from another side. Long whites Insecure and had spurred Bell of Baton Rouge and Jack
voters will understand them.* for a moment and whan he looked didn't strike her In .
anyway.Whea
in the two neighborhood centers attacked for trying to lock Negroes them to "tun to racist Greenberg director-counsel:
Mrs. Saflye B. Mathis was back towards the suspects: they the victim let his wife "
Oder coosruction' here. It Is hjAEIWhiltrLLL'llGt.18R up lathe"ghetto, they were propaganda. Leroy Clark, and Robert Bel-
designed to help lower-income elected treasurer of this group crabbed the rings and raa out the from the bed she went downstairs blasted by James Farmer;for ton of New York Clty.e .

persons acquire skills that win of Negro leaders.Other officers Laura St, entrance and north to their apartment and mer CORE director, for the MMN1p ..-....../..-.....-...........-----
were Dr. H.H. Sattenrhito, on Laura. got a .22 caliber revolver, and opposite reason. _
enable to obtain better
them. first rice chairman; Lewis J.' The suspects weft described fired the gun twice at him.Only This time, they were accused COMING NEXT WEEK :
Jobs.The first functions w&l I Carter, second: vice chairman u being la their teens. One one of the bullets struck the of trying to disperse the ghetto
Include very interviewing and hiring and Wendell Holmes,secretary. was said to range in age from victim on the right aide of his in aa effort to break up Negro
staff members Mrs. Mary Singleton Third 16-U-years-old. slender built, face. political power. A Special Feature
of to-smice permanent staff training the status it deserves as a Ward CouncflnaB has made It wore a tan hat, bright yellow Mrs Harris stated her husband "Loook out for efforts from '1 An Against Consolidation"Mrs.
of quarters, mlotionof preparation leading dry in the Southeast known that she Is opposed tocauollddfo. neater and.dark pants. The William Lee threw her on racists of the North to move
and admitting a Each member In the group, She has stated: other suspectwUSppraumate- the bed and kicked her'1n the you out 'of the ghetto Into the
small programs number of trainees and pleged to endorse consolidation her views on the Batter In u ly 14-16-years-old, P 5" and stomach causing severe pains suburbs," Farmer warned.He Mary Sla talon
of medical service because. they said they feel the article which wU be published skinny; clothing description was and that she U pregnant said the concentrated voted CoflBcilfltan Third WardCORE
derelqxnent facts are misunderstood la the FLORIDA STAR next unknown at the of report to Both victims taken to ,
by were the hetto: would be lost If Its
'u(referral procedures. some clttxens of Jacksonville week autL rw... CMC and treated. residents were,Integrated Into n.ryea................ r I
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FLORIDA '!STAR' To Be EqualBy

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NEWS:
WHITNEY U YOUNG JR.

Published bv the Florida Star Publishing
THE CHALLENGE OF THE'SURBURBSAmerica's

"MEMBfcRNEGRO suburbs are becoming Increasingly segregate

Chicago's suburbs, for example, have a Negro population
while the city Itself fc over one-fourth
about 3 percent
? p T1ONAc "Negro. The majority of Washington, D.C.'s populaUon Is

Negro but its suburbs are only about 6 percent Negro.
This i. an inferable situation. Negroes are forced into
-

,"ico., ,siirpyi Nanatilg (dirt! in bousing prevents them because from discrimination living else

where. In addition to the damage done to the

....... ir ir/iuiM. Duality of American life by such segregation, i

L -A ,..r.r.._. 0 Yfl' further damage is done to the economic cHportunlties
$au open to Negro cltiiens.
2323 Moocrief Road Phone Elfin 4-:61E' \ \ Mnr. thAn half of- all new industrial and
r x. y > \ riiicecoostr CUon has been outside the cities: putting Jobs

Mailing AddressP.O. > out of reach for the urban poor and the unemployed. If this
trend continue! Negroes will find themselves in an even
\ greater economic crisis than the present one. It makes no
Boi 599 Jacksonville, Florida 322G1 } JrIIu A sense for public housing projects to be built In overcrowdedcity

'A r' s i ghettos when space and land and Jobs are plentiful outsidethe
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OFFICE city boundaries.
,. The walls the suburbs have built to isolate themselves from
5018 HW 7th Ave. Phone 151.3819 the reality of democratic life will nave to crumble from pres-
sures from businesses whose newly relocated plants need
workers, and from government which should no longer

SUBSCRIPTION RATES tolerate housing segregation.While .
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Jacksonville 1. Florida encouraged the use of restrictive covenants to keep minority

groups out of desirable neighborhoods, and throughout the
'30's and 'ID'S, other government agencies sold houses or

Will Negroes Take Technical TrainingFrom backed mortgages on a racist basis.
When these policies were combined with the massive road-

time to time, we have urged Negroesto building which, after the war, made the suburbs accessibleto
be retrained with new skills to place Community most Americans, the result was to freeze racist patternsInto
themselves in a position to earn decent Responsibility suburban life. Although federal policies have been reversed -

wages. But in many localities where such the damage has been done, and 80 percent of all new
training is made available, Negroes are rrlMdf j homes built in America are built in suburbs from which

not motivated, it appears, to take the r 1 Negroes are often excluded.
What has been done can be undone. Negroes must agressive-
training available to them. '
"lITWeekiy"Horoscope ly seek new housing outside the ghetto or become further
For instance, officials'of the Technical I victimized by overpriced and overcrowded housing The Urban
Institute at Fayetteville, North Carolina League's Operation Equality program assists Negroesto
expressed recently great concern over the move to better housing and gives white citizens the opportunity -
fact that so few Negroes were taking L to desegregate their communities by helping Negroes
advantage of the vocational training obtain decent housing on an equal basis.It .
opportunities.Just Guide is heartening that many people are rallying around the
why the situation existed one can I flag of equal housing opportunity. Builder Morris Mllgram

only make a guess. But the fact reportedwas has been a pioneer in housing integration William J. Levitt,
that less than eight per cent of the whose company onece sold homes to whites only, told a
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER Congressional committee that "since we began to sell on
enrollment in the cirriculum last
year ,
an open occupancy basis" its sales had grown five-fold, with
were Negroes. Not only did this 1 complete acceptance by white homeowners _
situation exist at Fayetteville, but was o 1 John Hasselbad past president of the Denver real-estate

evident at all state community colleges 1 WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1 board, which once fought open housing told Congress: "Eco-

and. insltltutes. .1 1 nomically our cities won't survive If they become Island
In 1966, enrollment in state community I ghettos in seas of white suburbs. We have to encourage. Negroes -

colleges reached 13,880, and only 1,460 ,BUSINESS; LOVE TRAVEL; ; to move out and become part of their new communities
were Negroes who made up about 10 per J ..We're discovering things we might have known all along,
cent of the enrollment. /This is reveal- 1 like the fact that a nice Negro family moving into a neighborhood -
,1 usually has no effect on property values."
ing when we note that the population of r rr I
grr.arira.r rrrrrr.rrrr
rrrrrrrrwr..rIIBRA .----------.s This myth of falling property values is a persistent one,
in the state of North Carolina is
Negroes even though countless studies have shown it to be false and
.25 per cent of the total. AirES CANCER CAPRICORN even though realtors like Mr. Hasselbad have testified thatit

'Officials' believe, there are two reasons is not true. One such study was made in Oakland, Calif.,

for> this situation. First there 'Is BORN MARCH21tbAPRfL_ 'BORN ,JUNE BQR }; EPi. BURN DEC. and found that property values in every area, Including some
great pressure on Negro youth to go to 1lb areas where Negroes located for the first time, rose. The
college and obtain degrees' perhaps to 1 '22ndHILY 2>OCJ. 23rd; .deJIN. 19(1( average rise In property values for the city was 45 per-
attain identity. 0 The second major reason Change the scene. Those who 22 cent, but it wa less for section which barred Negroes.
"for their slowness in entering the techni- are privileged to take an extended A few knocks won't hurt. It Pwas ever thus It u a pity Blast them. The notions that So the myth that property values decline when Negro families -
cal field is that they feel that it is vacUon may find it beneficial is quite beneficial to get knocked that a person cannot enjoy a the other person is really the enter a neighborhood is Just that-a myth. The real
for skill to enjoy a long cruise or around or to be subjected to little splash without some envious one at fault for a lact of harmony danger to homeowners resisting Integrated housing is the
useless to themselves
prepare a to seek a spot not yet over- discipline now and then. This or jealous person trying in the home and else- loss of the diversity which enlivens a neighborhood and makes
for which they cannot find a job. run by noisy tourists. This is how one learns the ropesin to take all the fun out of It. where are not necessarily or it interesting and the loss of the democratic values their
The industrial world and municipalities would beurapeciallybenficialto a not-always-friendly world Those who have a partner who always the correct ones. There families need la order to endure in a world of many races
'must convince Negroes that there is the Ariahs who have been sad- and how to make use of them is on the severe side may discover could be something that goes and backgrounds!
Justification in taking skilled training. dened by a depressing eventin so as to reach the coveted that it is hard to bask In deeper or which also is keeping -
and Negroes must motivate themselves to their lives or surroundings. pinnacle. Those to whom every the glare of success or general the other partner off balance -
higher achievement and success in the .This would also be in interest thing is being handed on a silver favor without being condemnedfor and, perhaps, unable to THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY'By
work-a-day world. ing way to meet new and enticing platter consequenUy grow it. This could be one cause reach one. It may require the
people especially if free soft and are easily swept aside for a sepataUon or a showdown assistance of an outside or Clanzel Brown, Jr.
let_ Gets and have been harboring romantic when the first gales of adversity that is not altogether pleasant, professional counselor to unearth -
College .Grant( notions of late. Be sure start blowing The solid On the other hand, life has valid reasons and to suggest As this half way Juncture in our '
our thoughts
to have all arrangements con- support of a partner who is compensations to offer in effective remedies It program year,
It has been our observation that Bethune- many turn to some recent statements of our National Executive
cluded before the 21st to Insure. stable and wlsened is a great the way of adulation from admirers seems to be in one's own Interest Whitney Jr.
Cookman College at Daytona Beach, Florida, Young ou the direction our struggle seems to
their success. Being indecisivemay asset and it imperiled loved ones and the not to act hastily or arbitrarily -
should be or be taking. I submit them for
is alert to the opportunities for getting your consideration:
cause one to miss the boat through dark moods monetary returns that result and to place the case
or "If there is
anything with the "
and war on poverty
federal privates for enriching its wrong
altogether. In the hands who
uncontrolled emotions. from outstanding talents or ac- of those are "it is that it has not reached
educational programs.The 1 .50 88 11 256 8 %0- 33 -16 -550' C ,discerning and Impartial. yet enough
0 .! people has not
5.80 en55 reached all of those whom -
Ford Foundation recently awarded the. lf- 981 6 40 22 18 672
the words of the
President
when
TAURUS be launched -
college $20,000 to be used in providing IJI
110BORN the war on poverty-'live in the outskirts
college faculty members with funds to ,
SCORPIO AQUARIUS. of hope, some because of their poverty, andsome
study toward more advanced degrees.In lOaf APRIL, JULY. because_ of their color, and all to many
addition this grant, Bethune- t 'BURNOCT.UW.N01' BORN (JAN.20thFEB. Because of both.. -

Cookman received a workshop grant of .,ZUt.:MAY 20tb 23rd-AUG., 221d< : 22id Citing examples of OEO progress Young said that poverty

$16,000'' which Bethune-Cookman Edward Have it out. Many of your Pay attention. The world is 18th"Fear programs were In operation In more than 3,000 of the
Waters College, and Florida Manorial: could be having a time of it divided into two major camps, It takes endurance. Do not 3,133 counties of the Nation. It has made more than 10,000
College will consider priorities and plan wrestling it out with doubts the pessimists and optimists. tackle tasks that are above is negative, You havean community action agencies. Head Start alone he said, has
activities which enable their to qualifyfor and emotions Whether this Each side has its Inning and they ''your strength or for which the Inclination, on occasion to reached an estimated 1.3 million young children 900000
federal aid funds Bethune-Cookaan will be of any avail is a moot both share a proportionate essential skills are lacking. resort to worry or to fear the, have been served by the Neighborhood Youth Corps; 60,000
College will serve as workshop host. question Inasmuch u the Impelling share of accuracy or vice versa. Also avoid sowing the seeds of consequences of your decisions have received vocational training in Job Corps centers;
These of proof that sextile aspect between This is the quarter for the hope In bamnand sterile fields This is something that should 150,000 adults have received training through Work Experience -
types grants
,are where they would only wither Programs; 33,700 Rural Loans have been
made
Uranus and Neptune may Indicate wearers of the dark-colored be overcome without undue delay -
without the assistance of the private that the last word is glasses and they no doubt will and die While friends may have before it becomes a habit to the isolated rural poor; and some 22,400 students have

foundations" Negro institutions of higher not yours to utter. And with make capital of the troubles succeeded in some field or enterprise that you may never be able, participated in Upward Bound College programs.
'learning would not be what they Mercury resuming its nor that are plaguing people in gaseralandtheworldlnparucular- it does not necessarily to break in the days tocome.The In sum, the reports Indicate that the results achieved
'are today, In 'the earlier years of the mal forward course once again, indicate that it Is necessary to one who is Joined to you may in relieving poverty, while notable in many cases, consti -
Negro state colleges, were it not for you should find yourself better You more optimisticminded do likewise. Evaluate your own be much more optimistic and tute only a beginning. Unless this nation Is committed to
private support, nearly one half of them disposed to come straight the Leos are apt to sense that capacities and chances and be confident regarding what Is to an all out effort over an extended period of ten to fifteen
uld have had to fold up. point instead of floundering a- neither extreme should be accepted ruled by them rather than by happen. This is where you years, at minimum, with top priorities established for antipoverty -
round. The emphasis definitely as the truth nor disbelieved anything others may have to say should go for comfort and reassurance programs, the war on poverty will not succeed.
on your heart Interests, altogether. This would The 23rd is the one day when whenever you feel In fact, the results may well be disastrous beyond our worstexpectations. .
Starvation Plight In MississippiTwo close associations and the de- aid in maintaining a nice balance a few could come up with an that you are In need of them. .
velopment your outstanding that will keep one enJoying answer of formula that couldbe 4705516123BORN. !i To arouse the hopes of the poor for an escape from poverty
weeks ago a television network gave I talents. life and a certain measure termed fateful or .a stroke of to set in motion programs ostensibly designed to en-
the nation a report of the Negroes in '3.80.44.15.932 of material ease .genius.. chance their dignity, to create an experience whereby they
Mississippi and the sight of the povertywas 2 7088' 18694, 990 44 19 550 -.1S begin to develop leadership capabilities, and then to cutoff
sickening. Then a team of physicians J$ or refuse to expand, such programs and services
toured the state and concluded that the GEMINI rflUO' ,1UliTUIISUli a matter of sheer cruelty It can only be perceived as punt

living conditions of Negroes werea NAY ': FEB.fstYHAR. .. tire measure on the part of a nation turning its back on the
national'disgrace. BORN, MAY sufferings of the poor toft on their hopes for dimity and
,BORN AUG.j : 20th result in inevitable fury by those thus twice schrned.
The doctors reported they found thousandsof 23rd"-ic. 21st .
children in a six-county area of 21st; JUNE 21st 33 dSEPT.:22d: : In a sense" we toTe encouraged the poor to became"middeclass
: to
Time for analysis. The time assert themselves, to petition for redress -
Mississippi literally in starvation Faith conquers, undoubtedly Use elbow There Is
grease.
Geminlans Don't spoil It, Second thoughts has come to wlgh chances in along the historically established lines known to the
You may say that this seems inconceivablein again are belngsub- BO lack of enthusiasm in connection middle class to mobilize to
regarding the advisability of the scale They will be all for increase their voices within
a nation which is taxing itself heavilyin those Jected to pressures applied by dipping further Into basic reserves the better for Sagittarlans who with duties. But the the corridors of power. At the same time, we become frigh
support of a. "great society program," the fact who that still refuse to accept may Induce one to make have not hesitated to take the' fact that the remuneration may toned when they become "militant" and we may even go so
the best
and certainly in a nation which seeks to u' readily can be the decisions that lean moreon hard road when they realized !,fall short of your needs or expectations far u to misinterpret their every plea for dignity as a plot
expected as the could
provide the minimal necessities of life worst. It would be too bad to the detrimental side. hatter that it was the only one leading damper nevertheless serve Uany as who a for destruction. -
..food, shelder and clothing.The be Influenced such something especially! worth- to riches or success Others,
by people, are discerning recognize
while, or hankering for the person who were under the( misapprehension may THIS WEEK IN. NEGRO
total sum of money said one official no matter how old or experienced of this situation as beneficial Insofar HISTORY
your dreams do not that&e would
short cuts
which we Americans pour into they may be. Age after u It teaches self and those
welfare at all levels is enough to banish all, is not an absolute guaranty figure in terms of dollars and get them there sooner, and with dearest the value livugwlih-- 1ulylo.18'lS'Mary McLeod Bethune educator, women's !lead .
cents. Be especially: guraded much less effort are due to er and founder of<< Bethune-Cookman
,against the commission College at Daytona
the spectre of starvation from statein of errors in an established budget. It's
every
occulonally. against grave errors of Judge come to a dead-end There are Beach, Fla., was born in MayesvUle, S.C.
Nothing and It will be
the necessary, even
Union.Administrative ment the
. on 18th-22nd.The 23rd nothing but headaches in store
mismanagement and divertof tate should has interfere in store with in the whatever way of could be the day when one could for those who believe that more the so in wasteful the future, to of unlearn July II, 1905 A meeting of Negro leaders resulted In Niagra
U1'pr.rloUA
funds by parents are m 0 r all 1 .where and bow and rise to any occasion, no matter speculation provides the safe ways Movement for Justice
live
you and
Inexcusable, and the conscience of the the type of gainful endeavors bow grand the scale. Fail to do guard against monetary lacks.If. and to present them generations with-
replace
'nation must require that they be eradi- which you should pursue. so, and one may not get another ,this .lesson is driven home and be( superior; qualities of economy July 13, 1863 Anti-slavery riot in New York City.
cated. chance for. along, long time 're males for good that In itself

But ; 4 -w iti see te l >:'' this;1f'Pdo ,? 'I.. Sq .13 :l4.-191 If. ever.9-80.5$ 19.843t "maybe'7-90-88-17-055 worth a barrel of gold. and Z..frugality.80 -,11..191. July students.r 14,. 1881 Tuskegee Insutute(Alabama enrolls first'



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JULY 15, 1967& STAR PAPERS PAK i I


WEDDING BELL; Calendar Events-wy NOTES NcrmanUatthf Matthews Nuptials Performed Fashions. At A 'Glance

James Bush Walker Jr.. 4174 CLUB _'!;,'<-b.. -; .--...... .. .r
LACKAWANA SOCIAL CLUB
Old St Augustine Ri, 22 and
Ws
Rattle Mae Ballard, 514 Park PLANS FOR OUTING An now..MINUlt.Jong, long skirts that stop about the ankles

Are, Jaz Bct4,19. and evening coats the same sength..Jacqnes: Meat wants
The GATEWAY BARRACKS 3131 ?
Lackawanna Social and
.. all covered uptll
women to go to the theatre
Marvin Donald Shaw, 752 W. Saving Club is sponsoring abut Gateway Barracks 313L Veterans -
Church SL, 28 and Evelyn ride to New Smyrna Beach, of World War L USA., "Covered look" at St. Trap-long cotton t-shlrts with low
30 1967. -
Haynes, 152-A W. Church St, Sunday All clubs July and, well wishers will meet on Saturday July 15 M 1 belts in every and any vivid color I

19. are cordially invited to go with at Joseph H. James Center at( ......
Zoo: p.m.
William Moion ,1126 Cleveland us.Mrs. All officers and members are
Ford is
St, 68 and Ollle Henry Georglanna preaident requested to be present and on Happenlng..thongs for !haads..reptlles for legal Van Raab"Strappls"
and Mrs Eloulse Under
1126 Cleveland St, 50. Is the clubs time. Plans for the building .: .' are short, vinyl, have the appearance of leather..
secretary :
L. J. Crier, 25S8 Edison Ave. drive and new membership will can be worn over the bare hand or glovesLJShades, sandstone,

26 and Constance Swan 1471 ** **, be discussed at that time. brown, black and powdery pales.
Crotbe Sf. ZOo Members of the firing squad : The "now 'Gator" reptiles grace legs for FaD..HIdaoo
SEMINOLE CULTURE and color bearers are also I al handscreens alligator print on sheer hosiery...Scales at front,
around the back outlined on gold or sliver
small ,
graduating
Welton Elmo Coffey, 1280 E. CLUB PLANS TOUR asked to be present. ,
5th SL, 25 and Cheryl Alfreda Last they wish to remind all in black!
DaIse 1138 Florida Ave. 18. Plans are being formulatedfor brothers to remember the sick
Scenic Tour to ......
a Cypress and shut-in

Fred Huffman 1482 W. Union Gardens and other points by Elegance: in the raln..hlgh fashion
brown-dyed Norwegian
the Seminole Culture Club raw .
St, 43 and Leila Mae Ellis,1529 on %; Ww iLt hair Raincoat-Fur specially treated to repel rain.. Mr.
Tickets
W. Union St, 49. August 19, 1967. are CAMILlA LAmES CLUB \- 5* John Furs; Chambers Sherwin..
into the hands of <
being placed ? At Alezlan and MINK in
Sons..pieced of
: a variety shades
: ,
the members of the club for The Camella Ladles Club win ,
"
Shevy Chlco Flowers 1861 W. ? is attractively designed into culottes, mlal-skirted suits and
asked to take 20 t
sale. Friends are meet Tuesday July p.m.,
44th St, 20 and Betty Jean Tood, pants.wOutstndlng..sUrt in white and black abstract mink
in this tour. in the home of Mrs. Marie B
part
3340 Japonlca Rd. 21. ovals, with solid black pants I
,
The trip will be made by Mitchell, 716 Vanburan St.
New York Fall fashions are the
Chartered Bus, completelyalrconditioned All members are asked to be Lyf running gamut..going in
y .
Arthur Long 2328 SouthernAve. every dlrectlon.no particular direction.! cuddlecoat by
and affording other and on time at the request .
., 42 and Ethel Mae Jenkins, present Jorls ...Beige wool midi, belted high, jumbo borders of wild
comforts. Mrs Maybelle T. of Mrs. A.M. Hartzog
1350 Brldler for for the collar -
St. 36. cuffs, hemline and a tall striking hat.
Parker Is Tour Chairman. For president.Our .
Contrast..0scar De La Rent's bright blue wool mldl..out-
further information call Mrs. held in
Freddie Lee Wade, 1026 Tro- last meeting was f t ,r lined in lack leather.undereath..more; blue wool for the
Parker. the home of Mrs Louise Hagen
JIll St, 21 and Rosa Lee Mathis, overblouse, and short pants that meet snug-fitted skin-tight.
H Frailer
1121 Odessa St, 18. with Mrs Bonnie 1 boots of black leather...
Ronnie James Wilson 741 serving as co-hostess ..1'"r,,\
.......
Court B and Cathyern Elizabeth CHRISTIAN TWELVE CLUB '* *
IUn, 1938 W. 20 St., 18.
Ronnie James Wilson 721 PLANS.SUPPER SALE MACEO TEMPLE 186 Another status perfume? Lentheric 12..debuts September...

Court B, 19 and Cathyorn The Twelve Christian Club 'Pride Maceo VWEDSp4 reputed to be second: highest priced scent..an ounce: $30..
of 186
Temple
A Melee of Rose Patchoulll and
will a banquet Vertivert and Hyacinth: ,
Elizabeth H11L 1938 W. 20th sponsor supper
I.B.P.O.E. of W. will meet July
Muguet. Roses and Orange blossoms...
15th 7:30
Saturday night July
Sl 18.James. ,
ZO 112 W. Duval St at
lp.m.
p.m., In the home of Mrs. ; .. Think COOL with Ski Cosmetlcs..Bonhle Bells SNOW Tan

Evans Harrison, 341 Alvarez Mack, 1492 W. 30th I.The James Daughter asking Ruler<
W. 18th St, 20 and Qayrushe Street. to be present at this meeting at > iJIft/NiI. High Boots..contlnue to make Fashion News..Anne Fogarth's
Collins 554 W. 19th St., 19. Orders will be taken by phone; collection..red: and
which time election of officers gold rocade string waisted dress
Call 7659032. George Howard Norman m, and Mrs. Norman who were Joined In matrimony bit
will be held. held in Tabernacle Church with full coat, boots of same fabric..ABOUT .
recently are shown here following the ceremony Royal ,
John WUcox 1145 W.
24th Sl Baptist, 22 and Grade, Mae ** meeting The P.D.R.at 7,p.m.wJll also bold their Rev. W.M. Smith officiating (Photo By Bob Smith)

Smith, 1062 W. Duval Sl, 2L SUTTON PRAYER BAND
SPONSORING TRIP Miss Lenora Matthews
** First.Baptist Church Betty PEOPLE
Sinner Classes The Sutton Prayer Band Is .

CoitiflDi At YWCA sponsoring a trip to American EARLE CHAPTER 36 Has Day Care Center,I Weds Sp/4 George Howard Norman

,Beach on July 29th. The members of Earle Chap
The Math and Reading clauses The bus will Ieavels28 Louis- ter 36 are asked to meet with A Day Care Center Is currently Mr. and Mrs Charlie Matthews have announced the mar- TEACHERS DO SUMMER WORK

are still in progress. Parents ana St at 8:00: a.m., and Davis Worthy Matron on Saturday, in operation at First riage of their daughter, Betty Lenora Matthews, to Sp/4 Mrs. Dora S. Thompson,' wife of Emerson R. Thompson,
are urged to send their children St, at 8:30: a.m. July 15, at 4 p.m., at the homed Baptist Church, 1025 Jessie St., George Howard Norman in, son of Mr. and Mrs. George both public school teachers, engaged in tutoring this summerin
to take advantage of the The public is Invited partici Lady Clara Johnson 2822 and will continue through the Howard Norman, Jr. the Reading Laboratory at the University of Florida,
special tutorial service avail pate. Tickets can be obtained Davis St. summer. The couple was united in Holy man Sidney Hardy, ushers, Gainesville '
able. the bus stops.HEROINES. Each member has been asked An educational program designed Matrimony July 3, at 6 pjn., James Sapp and Russell Robinson Others from Duval County away in summer school Include
recreation is a part to bring a covered dish for to improve the skills in Royal Tabernacle Baptist Jr. and Charles Francis
;
Supervised ** Mrs. Tiny Thomas at FSU, Mrs. Carolyn W. Palmer, afiv
of the program. The Instructors the dinner party and don't for- and mentality of youngsters is Church The Rev. W.M. Smith ring bearer P.Donehue Fran- John Monroe Mrs Estella Burden at FAMU; Mr. Henry Hart

are Mrs. Cora Macon, OF JERICHO get to bring your guest along. being offered by a staff of ofOcated.! cis.The and sister Mrs.Para Lee Davis,Mrs.Lorraine Daniels are also
Miss Josephine Holmes Miss PLANS BUS OUTINGThe efficient workers under the The bride wore a lovely silk reception was held In the martlculatlng at the University of Florida in Gainesville,

Nadine Williams and Wood- Paul Lawrence Dunbar *** supervision of Mrs.R.A.Robin gown embroidered in decorative home of the bride. Friends wish all of these and others much success In their
son. pearls with matching veil Mrs. Betty Norman is a 1966 '
studies
Lumpkins. Heroine
row 'Court 175, of Jerlchc
WASHINGTON COURT The cirrulculum: includes and satin shoes. She carrieda graduate of New Stanton and
Classes begin at 9:30 a.m. will sponsor a trip to Little
SPONSORS TRIP story-telling artsandcrafts white flower bouquet. The attended Tennessee Ail State BEAUTICIANS TO,MEET,
Talbot Island, July 20th.
The bus will stop at 916 W. and other activities. Pick- Maid of Honor wore torquolseand University Leaving soon for the National Institution and Convention'
It Covers Gray Hair Washington Court 206 will up-and-delivery service is white, the bride's maid Mr. George H. Norman Is a
30th Street, at 8:15: a.m., and for Beauticians in Atlanta, Ga., are: Mrs Callle Cone; Mrs.
the Masonic Hall 915 Jefferson sponsor a trip to Magnolia Lake, available. Persons desiring wore yellow and white. 1965 graduate, of New Stanton Ethel Lee'Jones, Mrs. Val Mitchell Jones, Mrs; Clementine
Win:;. Brandt's Liquid Street,at 9:00 a.m. July 20. The bus will leave the further information may call The Maid of Honor was Miss and Is presently stationed at Wiggins, Mrs. Essie.Mae; Pryor Mrs. Bessie Carter, Miss
invited to temple at 410 Broad St., at the church' for further infor Catherine Johnson, the bride's Ft Braggs, North Carolina. EJ. Brookins and many others are. expected to attend.
is
The public go 9 a.m. matlon. maids were: Misses Rosemary The couple will reside In These students will leave the city on July 28 and rerun
EAU DENNA along for a day of fun. Rev. C.B. Dlley is pastor of Sapp and Linda Maxwell,flower Washington, D.C. on August 4.
** the church. girl Carolyn Murphy. The best
*
HAIR COIORER The Ladles Auxiliary Lodge
ROYAL COURT LODGE 214 of the Brotherhood of the
Atkins To Wed
Entire Stock For
Will cover gray hair in 10 SLATES MEETING SCL win meet Friday, July

to 20 minutes No pack. No On Monday at 7 p.m., Royal 14, at 8 p.m., at 1663 W. 33 Clem Johnson Jr. ,
mess. Anyone can put' it on at Court 173 will meet in the St., for our 3rd quarter meet- Slits Reduced
home. lower unit of Grant Memorial Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simsof 7J -0
C
Church and at 8:00: pjn., Lily Tampa, Florida announcesthe ,
WILL NOT TURN HAIR, White Lodge 173 will meet also engagement of their daughter 1U'S Tnis Season Swin
REDDISHIt In the lower unit of Grant ** Miss Bertha R. Atkins to

Memorial Church All members SPEEDWAY COMMUNITY CLUB A/2c Clem E. Johnson Jr..
will not rub off, it stays on are asked to attend as this

several months.' Shampooing, Is Burial Month. 'Speedway Community Club willsponsor .

sea bathing, ,sun, permanent a trip to Magnolia Late
waving, curling straightening ST. PAUL USHERS July 15. The bus will leave 31.tand
iroo-nothing takes it off. You BOARD TO MEET I It
Myrtle Ave. at 8:30: a.m.;
can cover any gray hair no Usner Board 2 of St Pam 20th and Myrtle; 3rd and Davis;
matter how stubborn or how AME Church of which Rev and 6th and Tyler. I 7SWIMSUIT
cau ed. BLACKSTAYS A.C. Chandler is pastor will Further information andtlckets '

WONDERFUL. FOR (in meet the Wednesday church M.C.night Chambers at 9 p.m., call can be 7684951.obtained from Mrs.Hill; .: n_

.roVCHINt4VPDOES president of the organization

announced that business of importance .
NOT INTERFERE WITH will be taken at the -.v" .

Permanent Waving meeting SOCIAL SAVING CLUB .
CAUTION: Use as directed on .
labeL Colors: Black,' Dark FASffiONETTE CLUB The Jolly Group SjS. Club will
Brown, Medium, brown. HOLDS SPIRITUAL TEA bold their annual tea in the home

Price per box $7.38 plus The Fashionette Host and Hostess of Mrs.Amy Livingston,1707 W. f
.Federal Club will hold a SpiritualTea 10th St, on Monday night at 8:00: ,

TaxDIXIE Sunday July 16, in the p.m.
home of Mrs. Martha Briton, son d Mrs. Ethel Johnsofi of
427 West 18th Sl, from 4 to Jacksonville, Florida.

6p.m. CLUB The bride-elect is a 1967
ROSETTE
PHARMACY Madame Naomi Frazer will SETS EVENT graduate of Howard Blake Sen
be the speaker for the cent ior High SchooL

1305 Kills Hi. J u. fla which will feature an InterestIng The Rosette Social and Saving The groom-elect graudated .
program. Club will observe their anniversary from New Stanton Senior High
on Sunday July Wbeglnnlngat School. He is presently serving
"HEED A PROFESSIONAL 6:00 p.m. with 836th Security Police
at MacDUl Air Force ..
We are asking all friends and Squadron

other clubs and groups to be Base at Tampa. .
PHOTOGRAPHER"CALL present for a very enjoyable The wedding will be on August

evening of song and words of inspiration. 20, In the First Baptist Churchof SALE ,

ONE OF FLORID A 5 FORMOST Refreshments. will be served College, Florida.Park in Jacksonville -


PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR QUICK & after the program.



EXPERT SBYICE. HEAVENLY FIVE SINGERS Practical Norm


LOW DISCOUNT RATES THESE MONTHS SLATE ANNIVERSARY Alumnae Meet Set

The Heavenly Five Singers,

Helping Hand Prays Band will The Duval County and Stanton

News Paper Coverage observe its 22nd anniversaryon Vocational Licensed Practical
Family Pictures Sunday, July 16 at Mt Ararat Nurse Alumnae will meet

t Weddings & Reception Baptist Church annex Thursday night July 20 at 8 p.m.,
A program featuring several in the home of Mrs. Loll' OFF !
Club Group Pictures
gospel singing groups and Tremble, 4324 Bessie Circle.
prayer bands will be presented The president Mrs. Estelb
with Rev. R. L. Lambert of Wilson urges an member to be
(liCiT T IX Till III the Gospel Express serving as present u business of Importance -

I master of ceremonies. win be discuss.
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Boys State Representative

inn. CILIR Sherwood PIaaprudential
Walter Lee McNeal.. appointed Boys .

IRIlUK Representative 'from American: Legion ] Bldg.-Can Marco's: Village Vojue-Lakewood San 'l>
197 recently. lose I'lara-l'lllllps Highway Plaza-outhgate-outhlde OWltOWIEstat
HUE McNeal is a student of New Stanton t Arlington-Jacksonville.Beach-
Town Country
AMR Stattl ,
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School and. a member of Abyssinia '
Church. Roosevelt Mall Cdgewood Ave.... c'mYd.IIaJa.'GlteWIY

CALL TODAY I 761-3200' Cnmmlngs.He Is the son of Deacon and Mrs., Stree4.34elbaune--0cala-Winter Merrlnlsland-Yeldasta-&muwkk-Regexy Park-Sanford SquareSATUIDAY -*alatka-






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IYouth I Day Observance Slated For New Redeem Baptist Church Sunday .1|.1IUSSI"ISI



RUSSINfiSHM Hew Mt. Olive Slates Missionary Society Sponsors Program New Redeem Sets Youth Day


man bon with the gift Rev Youth AnniversaryNew -" .- -- ,,,- ; {. '', 16th I

Roosevelt Franklin d Macon, Mt. Olive Baptist! youth :\ -: : r''I Activities For Sunday July
God that I
Georgia. It Js through
department will begin their anniversary at New Redeem
all clay Sunday
conditions will be observed
I can remove all evil Youth Day .
some questions you may wish 16 on Monday, July 17, .peghuning _SSchool..lth Mlss ErnesBaptisthcerca
All de-
through the 21. youth :
Edwards In charge.
know. tine
I partments the city have been ,
Invited to participate.An ,res Teachers assigned to the various -,.;.morning speaker In the person
DO YOU NEED MONEY? outstanding !have :' classes are: Miss Porsha! of Mr. Herman Cummings will
program I'
NATURAL? 1 from Miss LlllinWiniams.
IS MY SICKNESS come
Class I Miss Linda
been prepared for this Speights, ;
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP The offering win be
Miss Wil-
Simmons Class 2
,
occasion. The speakers programmed ;
DRINKING? for each night respectively bemlna Smith, Class 3; Alonza accepted by Kemard Dennardand
CAN MY LOVE'ONES BE Dix Class 4 Norman, Miss Pat Smith. Words
are: Miss Queen ; Larry
RETURNED? Esther Jenkins, introduced by Class 5; John Quarterman, of appreciation and acknow-
Class 6 and 7 will be taught by ledgement of visitors will come
Mrs Sulvla Leavy; Mrs Mary
They call me the (Rootman). Miss Patricia Winiams. The from Miss Pat Hamilton and
will be the speakerfor
Hampton
But I am only a.,,"ant of God. Tuesday night with the Introduction lesson will be reviewed by Miss Miss Lillian Williams respec-
la the toW
Because God answer tively.
coming from Mrs Beverly McNalr.
We' problem. I a m t h t scheduled Evening worship will begin
Helen Martin Williams. Wednesday Morning worship
fOng of all Day Prophets. Send night speaker will be b to begin at U a.m., with the at 6:00 p.m., with SprtnghlU
for my special selected Bible in Miss Youth Choir In charge Miss
Mrs Clotee Prldgen Introducedby young people charge.
Verses. To be readonSPECIALDAYS. Miss Rosa Lee Pridgen. Patricia Ward will extend words Patricia Ward wW extend worels
On Thursday night Mrs. Alls of welcome to all visitors. of welcome followed by a short
self-addressed stamped,
Bend a Atawaters will introduce tot Guest soloist for the occassion program.
envelope and, $2.00 for Bible Is chaired Miss
/ speaker In the person of Mrs will be Miss Rosemary This event by
'verses and spiritual Message. and Master
LIUlam Williams
Rachel Brooks Mrs Ruth Baldwin Introduction of the
Yon will receive Bible verses
Larry Norman.
Solomon will be the speaker on
by return mail.Send ,
TO: ,Friday DigbtbelncintroducedbJ
lit... Roosevelt Franklin Mrs. Martha Cummlngs.
ISO Morrow Avenue Invitations yt been extended : SUMMER SALE SPECIAL!
to the entire city.
Macon, Georgia 31201
The mothers of the church

1 specialise: in all case work will sponsor refreshments at
7t-J6475 the close of the anniversaryon
Aon reaeode 91Z-
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I BUSINESS CARDS _._
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The Junior Missionary Society of Second Baptist Church speaker for the hour will be Rev. George A. Price. All Junior I. A
Is sponsoring a program on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. A women from the churches In the city are invited to participate

C If'I' p A PER program has been prepared for your enjoyment. The guest in this program.

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Day Spring Schedules Tabernacle Baptist

( INCLUDED) Order Of

OFFER GOOD DURING JULY ONLY Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver Worship will deliver Plans Activities: [ /o
CHURENS
the messages at both
morning and evening serviceson Tabernacle Baptist Church
PRESS
EVERGREEN
Sunday July 18, at 11:00: a.m., will begin it'l Sunday services
with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.,
and 7 00
: p.m., respectively
.
OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA The Junior Choir, Ushers, with Superintendent C....Lau- BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Trustees and Deacons will rence In charge. The lesson services will
ser Sunday get underway with Sunday School beginning -
ve In morning worship with will be reviewed by Miss Brenda at 9:30: a.m., with superintendents Deacon Eugene REGULAR
H. LEO BENTON James Kerchln at the Instru Sistrunk%. teacher of class No. Sawyer, Mrs Llllle Webbert.and Mrs. Sadie Fedd In charge. $1.99
ment. Morning worship Is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. Dinner will
Owner and Operator Since 1946 The Male Chorus will serve In Morning service will get underway be served Immediately following morning service SLIPS
at where
evening worship with .L.Davis 11.00 a.m. The Senior Choir and Usher Board 1 will accompany the
at the organ.Sunday the pastor, Rev. W,&. Young, pastor, Rev. A. Anderson to Lone Star to render serviceat
1820 EVERGREEN AVE. PH. 355-7880 School begins at 9:30: will deliver the message. The 3:00 p.m. HALF SLIPS $

a.m., the lesson topic "The adult choir,senior male chours, At 6 p.m., evening service is scheduled; followed by a repeat -
and Usher Board 3 will
Council Jerusalem" will be No. performance of "Mtdget: Wedding" at 7:30: p.m. J47
reviewed by the pastor, Rev. serve. Usher Board I will sponsor a trip to Magnolia Lake on .PAJAMAS'GOWNS
All choirs will rehearse,
Weaver. youth July 22nd. ,\ -, ,.
JOBS ARE OPEN BTU Is scheduled 5:45: p.m. .. Saturday evening at 6 p.m.,.
with Mrs. Gladys Crapps pre- teachers meeting will be held, MT. OLIVE, PRIMITIVE".BAPTIST "
FOR TRAINED PEOPLE siding. all teachers are encouraged to Sunday School Is scheduled for 9:30 a.m., with superintendent
Afternoon activities scheduled attend. A.M. Frailer In charge.
for Sunday are as follows: District The W.E. Young and Willing Eleven o'clock service with Rev J.M. Dixon, the pastor
Workers clubs will
29 will have tea in the observe bringing the message Usher Board 3 has been asked to
I.I.M. Key Fuck dining area of the church from their anniversary Jointly on serve. SIZZLING BUYS
4-6 p.m.DIstrict.. Sunday, July 24, at 3:30: p.m. Immediately following morning service Home Mission will
8 and 17 will meet An Inspiring spiritual program' hold their meeting with Mother Hall presiding. The gosepl
In store for all. Mrs PirlDinlfield -
after morning worship.On choir will serve
July 23, Districts 16 and and Mrs Ida King are Prayer meeting will be held on Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m.,
Nurses-Aire I t. Cashier Checker 28 will hold their fellowship the presidents with Rev. Roger bringing the message.
hour at the church. PEDAL
July 29, buses will leave the JERUSALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Southside)
church for atrip to Slx-Gun Rev H. Wright To Deacon William Toombs Captain of Group 5 will presenta

Territory.On special film showing, Friday, July 14 at 8 p.m., In the PUSHERS
I Clerk Typist I II July' 16 District 12 will Speak For CentralCentral church's educational building.The .
hold their anniversary tea In title of the film is "Lincoln-Mercury New Car Assembly -
the dining area of the church. Baptist Church's Line" Along with this special film other short edu-
August 13 will find Districts Baptist Training Union will cational subjects and "Church Mortgage Building" will be
Medical Assistant ,I, 2, 5, 7, D, 13 and 20 celebrating present the Honorable Rev H., shown.
I I their anniversary Joint- H. Wright and his churches in This program Is to benefit their annual men's day. BLOUSES
service In support of their MidSummer 71
ly.New drive on Monday night. MT. MORIAH AME CHURCH
Mt. Olive Plans July 17, at 8:00: p.m Presiding Elder W.F. Foster will hold his third quarter C
High School Not Required. No Age Limit, Rev Wright is pastor of the Sunday and preach at both major services, according to the
Communion Service First Baptist Church at Jacksonville pastor Rev. J.C. Bannerman. All borads have been asked POLOS
Beach and Evergreen to have their written and financial reports ready for the
J
Day or Evening Classes. Holy communion service Is Baptist here in the city Sunday evening quarterly business meeting. .1 1
slated for 6.30 p.m., during Rev Fred Williams of Sweet- The Sunday School Is observing Its anniversary the fourth
Student Loans "rutEMBT the evening service at New tater will serve as host pastor Sunday In August. Mrs. Pauline Bryant, superintendent, announces .
__ Mt. Olive for the occassion. : a very interesting program Is being planned. A
Available i' .go\ p\ ASSISUOCE" The pastor Rev.Robert Brooks The welcome address will financial rally among the classes has been launched. HALTERS
will brine the sermon with the come from Miss E. Johnson, Mrs Llllle Mae Hall has been named a stewardess and
music being furnished by choirL along with her will be many appointed to Board 1 by the pastor.

CALL 3568301JacksoBvjlle Mrs W.M. Davis will preside more on this great program. Choir No. 2 Is sponsoring a trip to Atlanta, Ga., to the
at the console. The collection will be acceptedby Atlanta Braves baseball game on August 12. Tickets may
"' Other services for day will Deacon A. L. Alston. be purchased from any choir member.
Training his?. begin with Sunday School at Miss Elnor Yattes and Rev.
9.30 am., with the superintendent ;Wright's pianist will share the ST. MARK BAPTIST
Deacon Rafus Cambridge console duties District 1 will render services on Tuesday night, July 18,
218 W.. Adams Street In charge. } at 8 p.m., to help reach goal set In the upcoming anniversary! NEW SUMMER STYLES '
Bishop Everlean Dunn will be the sneaker aeenmnaniAH with the
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Dunn's prayer band.
friends and visitors are invited to attend.
DRESSESREGULAR

I, MT. TABOR BAPTIST
The service at Mt Tabor Missionary Baptist Church will
begin with Sunday School, at 9.30 a.m., with Superintendent
Deacon Jason Ban In charge. The pastor will review the
lesson topic.

Morning worship will begin at 11 a.m., with the Sunday TO $12.99
School department In charge! celebrating their anniversary.
District 1 and 7 will render a program at 3 p.m.
B.T.U., Is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., followed by evening
+D '00o sloes' worship at 7 Rev. II. T. Overstreet and associated
minister Rev George Cherry presiding.

the Choir day.1 will sing and Usher Board 3 will serve throughout J. $4 $5 $6


'MT. ZION AME: CHURCH

ts Sunday services will get underway with a special service
\ # at message.S a.m., with the pastor Rev C.E. Toston bringing the

Sunday School will begin at 9:30 a.m., with Mrs. Charlotte A selection
; Steward presiding great In prints, solids,

\ At 10-30 a.m., Mr. Arthur Glass will conduct the prayer service floral,, stripes and geometries. Choose
all members are asked to be on time for this service. from
all the
new styles and colors. .
? w During the morning worship hour the finance committee will
be In charge of the services Choir 1,Stewardess Board 3 and Misses and women's sizes.
Ushers Board 3 win serve.
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SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH

1 .Vacation Bible School win be held at Simpson Methodis
Church (Kings Road and Cleveland St.) beginning Monday
1..1 July 17 through Friday July ?L -, ,
Beef at its Best Very capable teachers have volunteered their services. '. MAIN
AND
FORSYTH
.
The school win be supervised by Mrs Manrynne Jenkins,
Superintendent of ne Church School: .. PAXON CENTER .
ARLINGTON PLAZA
Classes will be held from 9:30 ajn. ntU. 1UO pjn., dally
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Progressive Baptist State Sunday SchoolTo the boUle with thebuiftinspare





Hold Annual Convention July 18-23 j !




52nd Annual Training Union


Convenes In TampaThe I ALTAR CALL I _


Progressive Baptist State Sunday School and Baptist

Training Union Convention auxiliary to the Progressive BY EMORY G. DAVIS, DD.
Baptist State Convention of Florida will convene In iff52nd NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Annual Session hosted by St. John Missionary Baptist -

Church of Tampa. July 18-23., Rev. F.G. Hilton, host REVEREND: GET TO WORK!

pastor. Thanks to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference,

Rev. James C. Sams, of Jacksonville School Department. Mr. Scott there is a new job available for every living Negro ministerin

Rev. W. R. Lovelace, Is the president of the Sunay the nation.
I of Lakeland,Rev Leon T.Free'', School Division and Rev. Freeman Operation Breadbasket, successfully working In 12 cities
man of Bartow and G.W. Scott is the leader of the Baptist in the U.s., is, at the outset, a minister's project. This kind
Training Union Department. of mobilised "black power" needs to be at work in hundredsof e
communities whereever Negro people reside.
These officers will be; assisted
.. --. -- First of all, a team of ministers calls on the management (wry bottJ of ccke fib
of a business In a community to get the facts on the total
D number of employes, the number of Negro employes, the departments HallQoBesyoutesniulpiassesovericen.!

v. located, and or the Job salary classifications ranges for each in which categroy.all employes are ...& a j spare!

r After evaluation this data, recommendations are made con'. r J
cerning the number of new and upgraded Jobs that shouldbe m .
requested for Negroes. The team makes it request to the 1
meanagement to hire or upgrade a specific number of quail*. / /I v
fable Negroes within a reasonable period of time. I r

Should negotiations break down, then the ministers call upon
their congregations community at large-to withdraw
their patronage of the company's product. If this does not
bring about the desired negotiations, the next step is for orderly !
As i.pAw4.ryy i. non-violent demonstrations. d

Recently a Chicago supermarket In a predominantly Negro
area-where at a given time on Saturday you have to look
for a parking place-the lot had only three or four cars and
hardly any shoppers In the store. Needliss to say, the com- E DI.
pany is trying hard to negotiate.
Ministerial leadership In this type of project can be most .
effective because ministers confront more potential Negro ;
we buyers on Sunday morning than anyone else. Just a word form s Mve,
I Rev. J. C.Sams ,Rev. W. R. Lovelace' the pulpit will put people Into action. .'

The sons and aughters of many a minister's church mem-
bers are the very ones who need the employment that results -
from such a well-organized crusade. !II
Even if the reverend wants to consider his own selfInterestand
r' that of his particular church, Operation Breadbasket has t*
merit. If the Income of the church's member can be raised, .
the churcS's income Increases.
Lef face it. Praying for God to give Jobs to those employable ;
young Negro boys and girls graduating from schools and

colleges is not where if s at. The power of the selective dollar Count'em.You get 16 ounces-3 store or refrigerator. More Coke thI....go
can bring about more Job opportunities and Job advancementsthan full glasses over IceIn evtr'beClull this Is the bottle with the bet
all the bemoaning that characterizes the average midweek Half Quart bottle of Coca-Cola 1
: More bul It-ln spare-every Half Quart bottle WI
prayer meeting. economy, more convenience, more gives you not two, but three full
The Altar of Bread in the Basket be versionof CoKe
can a modern-day Coke
More economy because In this glasses of Coke over Ice. Its
what the Man from Nazareth did with the Loaves and fishes.. -_.
new size you get more CocaColafor unmistakable taste gives a lift to your
provide enough for all, with plenty of leavings
your money. More convenience spirits, a boost to your energy.. .

..- Rev. J. C. Sons because you make fewer trips to the pick up several cartons tomorrow!

TWO Bottled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company b>': BOTTLER'S NAME HERE.

Rev. G. W.Scott Rev. L.T. Freemanby To Preach At. "MM.MUM ..ft.f.t........"...... _........._._....... ........_. .... _.., or ... ---. _.

are among the leaders of the many outstanding ministers Ktogsferry Fla.
body. and lay workers from all MINUTES ,
Dr. Sams is the General Pre section of the state. Rev. J.C. Sams, will preach. I t. '..

sident of the state organization The convention will focus its .at Mt. Olive Missionary.Bap- .. I + ,
and Rev. Lovelace is the fad' attention upon the key elementsof UM THE BIBLE list Church at Kingsferry,Fla., M
vice president of the Sunday better social relations along n CORNIIIU I. IVAN PHIS.MIIAN Sunday at 3 p.m. r'r
with its major factors of mission ilill 1OCIITV The choirs and ushers of the at
Grant Memorial Sets CHICAGO, ILLINOIS goals
evangelism and Christian Second Baptist Church, Jack,
education.The LIGHT FOR THE SOULA son yule will serve for the
Annual Fashion Tea
flnancil: phase will be centered occasion.
Christian believer talking to .
e
Choir No. 2 of Grant Memorial around the relocation pro Services for Sunday at Second t s e 1t9t
atheistic evolutionist one time r
an
Church will hold its Fashion gram of Florida Memorial Col- Baptist Church will begin with
took his Match out of his pocket
Tea, August 20th, at the Gar- Ige. noted the lime and put it back in the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. I
din Center, W.l'7thSt.from The two direct presidents will his friend "This L.C. Chester, assisted by the'
again raying to : I
4.6 p.m.Leading. will deliver their annual assistant general and departmental
in wonderful watch never mimeia
talent of the city will addresses on Friday morning.Rev. a ; superintendents will be ?
participate In this program.The Sams will preside and also wcoml. I never have to do anything in charge.
it, it keep perfect
narrator for the occasslon officiate during the election "to yet Consecration rites for the deacons
will be Mrs. Thelma Argrettand period. time. ushers and
deaconesses,
it asked the
\\hat make i" I A
Mrs. E.M. Richardson will The session will close with choir will be held at 10:43 a.m. t
furnish the music at the con- the Mission Hour Sunday afternoon evolutionist. 0, no make wanthe with morning worship at 11a.m. cPtr'y ;

sole. reply.Vllwhomanufactured Baptist Training Union will 45sk1 ,
il?" "0, no one. It just put itself
he held at 5:45: p.m., with Mrs.R. .
somehow V
together H. Morrlssette assisted by
""Nonsense I," uid the atheist. pt 'ta
Alexand Heard in charge.
'A watch can't just come into f
NOTES- at
-CHURCH Evening worship begins
existence. Somolxxly tint to manu-
7 1 p.m., at which time a guest, : s I
it.
Continued From Page 4 facture minister will be the speaker. '
Other actlvltes includes the
Dedication Rites Set
NEW HOPE AME of Faith Hour" Tuesday -
AME Church services are as follows:Sunday School "Prayer J.t.
New Hope
at 7 Rev. Hall,
p.m.
Allendale Baptist
Brewer presiding. Morning
9:30 with the asst. supt. James For assisted by the associate mini-
worship 11 a.m., with pastor R. Z.L. 'Tyrus In charge At Dedication rites for Allen- sters will conduct the service
5 p.m., the regular league hour services. At 6:30: p.m. evening dale Baptist Church, located The Sunday School officers and .
worship with pastor also presiding. The pastor will deliver Streets will L \
Criminal and 24th teachers council will meet Friday
for the day. Choir No. 1 and Ushers Board No. 3
both sermons be held Sunday July 16 at 3p.m. night at 7 p.m. -
will serve throughout the day. rev. W. J. Tilley is the pas All regular and assistant I I
On Monday Choir No. 1 will hold its regular rehearsal. to be .
requested
On Tuesday at 7 1 p.m., teachers meeting and at 8 p.m. class tor.Rev.. H.T. Overstreet, pastorof present teachers and are bring Bibles.

meeting Mt. -Tabor Baptist Church
On Saturday the youth choir will hold rehearsal will conduct the Impressive I
Sunday, July 23, Ushers Board No. 2 will observe its fourth dedication rites. ssrrurtaww.rwx
anniversary during the evening service at 6:30 p.m.. A pro- Others ministers who are

gram has been planned scheduled to participate In the 0 van a'

ceremony Include: Rev. W.M. w
RIST BORN TEMPLE Lavant, pastor of St. Marks
Sunday is Pastorlal Day at First Born Temple, 825 W. Monroe, Baptist Church, Rev. H. H.

St., where Elder A. Hill is pastor. Wright, pastor of Evergreen Send .
Sunday School begins at 10:00 a.m., with Deacon M. McQueen Baptist Church and Rev. A.

superintendent In charge. Garvin pastor of Good Shepherd George Washington / ,
Morning worship will be held at 11 a.m., and Y.P.C.W. at Baptist Church.

5:30 p.m., with Sister Margaret Johnson, president, in charge The public is invited to witness to Viet Nam.
Evening service will be held at 8 p.m., with a special sermon the( dedicatory xltes. Wards ceramic-fortified

by the pastor. IN MEKOIUHla
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I M KEMOEUM j
MT. SINAI HOLY CHURCH
Mt. Sinai Holy Church will begin Its day worship with Sunday !
School at 10:30: t.m., followd by morning service at 11:43 a.m. 3-tab roofing-installed
H.P.H.A. services will be held at 7 1 p.m., and the evening

service at 8 p.m.
Services are held on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 8 p.m. PROTECTION
Missionary Services are held on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. 18-YEAR GUARANTEED ALL-WEATHER

On Sunday July 16,the youth will conduct the afternoon services AS LOW AS

which will begin at 3:30 pjn. LJI. Sparks is pastor Make roof stands to nature's punishment
sure your up
MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH install Wards quality 3-tab roofing now I Fortified
Sunday service will begin at Mt. Salem Baptist Church at $
9:30: a.m., with Sunday School with Supt. Jack Green In charge asphalt shingles are deeply imbedded with mineral 1 2 8

and will be followed with Morning Devotion at U a.m., at which treated ceramic granules to insure longer life. Self-

time Deacons Eugene Calhoun and Jack Green will be In Our loving mother, stepmother -' and hurricane-test roofing also available. _
sealing
.
charge of devotions.The and Cod-mother, lira; ,0"24x
pastor, Rev. H.G. Rogers will deliver the main sermons Viola Serena Williams, who departed o-f.. reel with 4/U pitch.
with Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 will be serving throughoutthe (his life July 13, 1350,. Or TO S YEARS TO PAY ON WARDS HOME IMPROVEMENTS NO MONEY DOWN
of loving
loving memory my
day. 17 ata.
years
Fellowship Hour will be held at 4 pjn., at which time a Your smiles, affection, guidance daughter and neice, Mrs.

program The Evening will be Devotion presented.at 6 p.m., will conducted by Deacons but ,the and memory consolation lingers Is ended on. Mearle departed 0,this Murray life July Wilson 12,1966, who, Philips Hiway 'Plaza 5121 Normandy Blvd. Gateway CenterOpen

Cornelius Calhoun and Acie Hilbert. Signed: one year ago. 10 ..m..' p.m.-Sun. 1.6 p.m. Open 10 a,m.-9 p.m.-Sun. 1-6 p.m. Open 10 o.m.-9 p.m.-Ctottd Sunday
Celebration of the church's anniversary as wellas the pastor's V. J. Williams, son; Helen Sleep on dear, and take your Phone 3'S9:2711' Phone 7IT-2J70 "Phone 74-2361 ''

anniversary will begin on Sunday July 16 and terminate on July B. Williams, daughter; Henri rest we loved you but. God, 130,000 items In Wards Catalog
Shop by phone over
24. Various minister and their congregations will participate Lee Williams, step-son; loved you best
Mother ,
nightly.' William Qeorge Clayton, God Hannah Murray, ; '
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James Aunt.
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Civil Rights Roundu n Presiding in Mayor's Absence_ .EntertalMient Hues And Cries ;
"
," 1,' ': i! e tt7 tlJ'r '''I BY NEGRo PRESS INTERNATIONAL

: :
WRONG FACTSCHICAGONPITbe '
,.f .I I ,
) reported withdrawal of the local NAACP 'I j BASE SCORES:
from Chicago Freedom Movement beaded Jointly by Dr.Martin J CKCAGO-NPI>-Count Basle and his swinging orchestralast
Luther King, Jr., and Albert Raby, convernor, Coordinating week scoredablg hit with nlgttclubpatrons in a one-night
'Committee: of Community Organilatlon, was termed"mislead- I Ix stud at the Club (formerly the Club DeLlsa). The Basle group'
]of* by Sidney Flnley, NAACP regional director,recently.Finley II, was billed as "The Most Explosive Force in Jazz" and It
= said the NAACP was never a member of the CFM, but rater lived up to the billing with a Jau program that kept fans on,
:} of the parent CCCO. ft noted,however, that since last Jan. the edge of their seats.
=bit NAACP bad not been active with the CCCO, and the question
:of Its resumption of affiliation has not yet been considered. FATS ROCKS
CHICAGO {(NPI}-Fats Domino found his rollicking piano
OPPOSITION style to be still In demand as be drew sizeable crowds Into
WASfflNGTON-NPr >-OpposUlon to the D. C. Crime bill reported the Scotch Mist Night Club for his three-nightly stand last
out recently by the House District commltteehas been week. Fats rocked, rolled ((011 the keyboard) and even got the
registered by the Washington Bar association because of Its audience to Join him In singing his popular times.
"faults. Among these said association chairman Alexander ..
L. Benton are the provision "taking away a basic constitution HOLLYWOOD-NPI-) -
al right of an arrested person by not requiring he be taken satlle BID Cosby, star of the
without delay before a Judicial officer,"and OB detention of any series, "I Spy", and I top
-
persons by a police officer who believe such person Is committing I artist In
or has committed a crime. {orry Ing field

CONVICTEDNEW career.on a The

YORK-(NPI-Followlng in the footsteps of Black Muslim I Cosby will
minister Muhammad All (Cassius Clay) John ((31)) starring
Johnson, 22-year-old truck driver, refused induction Into the ""* Holiday"
army. Recently be, like All, was convicted of draft evasion r duced by
charges, and Is now free pending sentencing on July 25. If s about a i
n who
CANTO-ETAS LAW takes off
BALTIMORE-.(NPI)-Next year, CoY.Spiro T.Agnew proposs I company's
to sponsor legislation to bring taverns within the provisions
it the state's accommodations law. The move follows the failure I II NEWPORT
of the Baltimore City council to adopt an ordinance banning NEWPORT Festival ((1967)) paraded
racial bias in every establlshement serving liquor. a of wide range and variety -

While Dayttiua Siactfs Mayor Owen W. Eubank was away Meeting. The ."nt' was historical and significant because for a last week. Among,
'from the area on business, the City's First Negro Com,it occurred July !..5 with more than 100,000$ tourists visiting those were Count Basle, '
missioner James E. Huger presided during an agenda meet- the Auto Races and the Famous 20- Mile White Sand Beaches, Lionel Herman orchestras,
1 log ,and two days later, at the regular Commissioner's.'Huger is also the Business Manager at Bethune-Cookman the Modern Miles Davis,
VETERANSTHE College Ditzle Montgomery, Roy ,
(Little Jaxs) Williams, and Sarah
Vaughn, who appearance since

JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC, James E. linger RUBS George C. Wallace FEATURED 1963.



Of 630 DAVIS ST.:, Is Now Taking City In Mayor's Absence Plans Strategy proved FOREST that entertainer Johnny ,MatUs as he
was featured Festival last week.
CLEVELAND-(NPI-Carl B. Stokes Is stoking up the fires Assisted by singing group, Mathis
DAYTONA BEACH-4f the question bad been asked of residents for his second bid to become the city's mayor. At the same swooned the sometime dreamy"
Applications For Ifs in the city of Daytona a few years ago, whether they time, George C. Wallace was stoking up the fires of racial mode of .
thought a Negro would occupy the Mayor's chair at tills early. discord as he swaggered across the country b his Presidential
date, there would have been a small number giving a positive campaign.

Veteran Class. "newer- Rep. Launched For(
But 11 t happened only a few A few months ago Huger Stokes, who came within 2,143 Albany State College fie was
days ago, in the absence of showed through actions how important votes In 1954 of becoming the named to the Dean's List. He Anti Journeymen
Mayor Owen Eubank, James matters were to him on' first Negro mayor of a large Is an outstanding athlete and
E. Juger, the first Negro to the commission's 'agenda.*He U.s. City declined tosay was a Y.M.C.A. summer camp YORK-In a massive as-j i
The Size 0'-? Our ClassesIs be elected to the Daytona Beach was hospitalized so he hiredan whether he would run indepen- counselor. discriminatory hiring
City Commission, presided as ambulance and attended the dent or as a Democrat.As Senator Scott's staff is one of Claude ) In the construction In-
acting mayor at the commis- meeting In a wheel chair. an Independent, he guarantees the best Integrated In the Sen- to an the National Association
sion meeting and id an out- The Negro population In Day- : himself a place In the ate."I permits the Advancement: Colored
standing Job. tona Is large but the relation- November election. As a Democratic hire solely on merit,"Senator ment to "buy : has called upon Ik more
Limited By Law. Since being elected to the post ship with whites Is In good he must defeat Mayor Scott said, "and thereforeI program evenings"Y branches throughout
Huger has gained the respect standing. have one of the best staffs In prohibits it to initiate programs
of his fellow commissioners, a There have been riots tied in Ralph Locher and other De- the Nation's Capitol." lights for halt an estimated
Enroll Now To Be Sure Of good segment of the public and with the Influx of frolicking morcratlc candldtated in the "I was In Federal and
I the press. His actions ahve reelected collegians and motocycle gangs Oct. 3 election cover," In the next
e I sincerity, honesty,abil there have been on race riots. "I'm proud of my Negro heritage Office of : unless Job opport
-Place r ity. He Is also the Business Daytona also boast as being but I am not running u World Of looksTHE does not have are' provided Negro
Manager at Bethune-Cookman. among the first cities in Florida the candidate of the Negro coanmunity does not want and apprentices

... .-. .. ',. .,.. College. I to Integrate Its lunch counters, or, any other special DEATH' OF' A 'PRESIDENT ,help provide, of the dismal fail'
Hnger exemplified hIs leader.:"restaurants And other facilities, ,, he said,:,as ba an*., grounds for antt-dlscrlmlnat-'
BY ;
trounced WILLIAM MAN ,
ship ability and a thorough concept 'along' with being one of the first his mayoral campaign. CHESTER Published HARPER ::.' .crowded. Into ., ,executive orders ind
CALL: :355-9874 parlimentary procedure, cities In Florida to form an Stokes is now in Ms thire term AND by "I was Negores nave been

J wring the course of the meet- Interracial advisory board. Stokes-for-Mayor In the Ohio legislature headquarters The- The Jubilant ROW publishers, New York.of this, log with riots an the in only for the public crumbs construe of ex-

controversial
has place petitions in cir- historical narrative and curbing Direc-
culation for the primaries and printing.have announced a second quency, nothing Wllklnstold a news con-
for open up our
an Independent candidacy.
Meanwhile Wallace The largest first printing in night." here, recently, man-
was making -
plans to seek Im-
the trade book publishing his
Presidential plans-or at Pepper said he
least seeking to foment as much tory, 600,000 copies, has beet legislation to of a "landmark
the NAACPin
entirely sold out. The second won by
discord as be could ifically that
Just by run-
District Court In Ohio.
Ing in 1968.Wallace printing will be 25,000 copies. court be used
SUPER MARKET The book, published first In "construction decision won by the
was running,all right.
1 April continues In first placeIn ation In Columbus, Federal
,. He was running off to Wisconsin systems
I and national best seller lists. reational areas. P.Kinneary ruled,
Michigan, receiving
Over million that the State of Ohio
one Including
(
copies ,
The
THESE PRICES ;{ODD THROUGH ISOUIjU AT EDGEWOOD JfVE. In friendly rural receptions areas, and, denying especially he Book of the Month Club) pointed out Foorlds that enter Into contracts'
was a racist. have been sold to readers. In Tampa and contractors for const
Manchester has made 18 of a $l2.8-millionbuild-
FRESH As occurred at
FLA. GRADE A Negroes upper Michigan and no has race almostno pro- corrections babe new account, grounds are Ohio State University

blem, his appeal could not be the majority of which are to the day when I discriminatory hiring
racist there, he Intoned, as be correct misspellings and typographical its programs" were premttted by the
However The building was to
HENS 11.21C denounced "big government"and errors. ,one in asking
other bugaboos. major change deals with the lion for special by state and Federal
Kennedy aides who
Other states he was visiting were present grams for
and thriving on controversy at the swearing in of Lyndon these additional )' also ruled that
Johnson as President.The bad the primary re-
were Ohio and Arkansas. He help cities and ;;
FANCY TENDER SLICED J has gone to some 14 states In sentence, "Despite the ies to keep thier for Insuring that
width of the Hasselbad nave equal
lens Job opport
,
ries
recent months to promote his and !
Presidential campaign. the photographers did not record ',swimming pools all public works con-
In California the presence of a single ial remedial
be has tentatively ,
BEEF LIVER '' 11.35C decided to enter a.slate of major Kennedy aide," has been for children, the ruling applies to '4'
delegates In the California removed from the book. basketball Wilkins said, "It Is .:
for
,orlmarr in June 1968.- He is dlamobds In the every state and' t.'
Government Inall
basing his hopes on the discord of Its "
building
within that state's programs.
Democratic
DIXIE CRYSTAL THE CARROLL SHELBY

CIIgAD .victory Republican la the Party Ronald gubernatorial resulting Rodgna's from ele STORYBCARROLLSHELBYPubUsbed by POCKET BOOKS, ANYTHING IN CONCRETE ..

511. 11. 1 10 ction. New This York Is the; .75.story. of a color- OlIYIWATS PATIOS SIDEWALKS, SLAV ITC. t
Wallace bragged that he
,win if he decides to enter may ful figure whose love for cars I DRIVEWAYS '119"finlitf
the
LIMIT 1 r flTJT $$10.00 .OR MORE fOOD ORDER race as a third-party candidate made him a driver who became -: 40'.4' t'
a champion among champions Pntet-Curaftiil lfauisifh-tetaMr| Sitbrxtin
for President In 1968. : o ..
WESSON
Leaders of political parties and the creator of an; CET THE VERY BEST FOR LESSr' ,:

I were about his not winning particularly but worried '' American-made Shelby started dream racing car.cars at:;: JACK PARSONS CONCRETE CONTRACTING .
were coo
O.Il 1 LIMIT 1 WITH 29'cFLA. 'cerned about the effect his on-' the late age of 29, and qua'prematurely 518 Woodruff Avenue 384-3536
OZ. BOTTLE at 37 because of
2.
: $5-M "' "m lm ma candidacy announced-could-have announced on tb 19$8- t his "bum ticker", He has never g All Types Financing AvailabU

Presidential elections. forgotten his bard climb to the,
Wallace top, the lean'days when only
GRADE was siphoning offanf"underdoc" faith and persistence pulled Kim ''YotLDonrt Have To Go to Town To-Ge.t!
"A"
SMALL EGGS ;69 support a Republican .
through.A
,
,3 DOZEN IN ,CARTON ; ( candidate might get. At the determined
same time, Wallace, a nominal man, he said. LOW PRICES
U.S. #1 POTATOES Democrat, was spearheading "I want to produce the fastest,; .
son of a for the least
10 IB. BAG ;35 .defection within Democratic gun
money, and I don't think
any NEEDS
ranks. The result could be a JIRUG STORE

PlllSBURY OR BALLARD BISCUITS ,3 CANS 25t Into Presidential the House,election of Representa-thrown country ns now"in the world can stop Vrrtdt*' ,, 'with 'four Neighborhood Drug Stork

fives should no candidate have Re tells how the Cobra was WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL :
,created, built, tested, retested We deliver We also 01111 Doctors Prescriptions.
.a majority of the electoral Papers :
i -
CABIN HOME MEAL and bow it amazed the racing
5 39 votes.
IB. PKG. $
: Because of his emotional world. by beating the unbeatable
appeal on a field that for
years was
to white backlash voters

Grade. "A" SLICED BREAKFAST BACON : CELLO PKG 5'iC and CO'efomentWallac.to others afraid.of was"big a ::dominated by Europeans. > Dixie 'Pharmacy

:dangerous factor to be reckoned -
;., '!j'i with In the 1968 Presidential '

lOYAL RICE .";;: 3 LI.. liS', ,35rr. elections.A 1964 graduate. of German- buy U.S.; 1302 Klus lid At Hjrtli ,;' "

:<" fd' 4 tfr 1 I town (Pa.) IDp School,he holds,

HUE < many awards. Among them are Pints Elfii S-SS1I.31
'
PLATE 43 SAVINGSBONDS
MAYONNAISE Onion
QT.: the League Awardfor outstanding .
citizenship. and the
I Leopold F. Zwarg Award. He ''PAY YOUR LICIT, WATER AND
Jewel l Shortening l 49y was Blast S"nctor ado school
311. rte government. Representative. At
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our" Good Keaffl1 III.,Open Housing Arthur Teele Jr., Gets Gold Bar Delta Sigma Theta!

.,. _._ '_,' ..-..d.,-. ____ World News DigestMONUMENT
law Spawns Protest '. ( : ': Sponsors "Teen-lIft"

BY SAMUEL L.ANDELMAN, MJ>..M.P.H. WESTON.IlKP'1)"Tea( "I :

CHICAGO COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH tin in Tonight" could well be {", A group of 35 Negro teenagers -,

the latest rights protest-a tent will enter a new world MULUNGUSKI, Zambia-(NPI)-Tbe ruling United National
CANCER (Put 2)) In-Jauncned: tqr the Chicago when they Join the Delta Sigma Independence: party has selected this village as the site for
Since the various predisposing causes at cancer art still Freedom Movement In protestto Theta "Teen-Lift" in Knox- the establishment of a permanent educational Institution, to

not well understood, early recognition of the disease and the failure of the state legislature 1 vllle, Tennessee.Dr. be called the "President's Citizenship College," that win
prompt removal are advisable. To accomplish this, it Is to come up>> with a tit Geraldine P. Woods of be a "memorial and symbol of respect the nation has far
wise to bare periodic health cbecn nps and to report to your fair housing blU. Los Angeles, national president the site;. The town, 14 miles north of Broken Hill has been
doctor any painless skin nicer that refuses to heal or pathless Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., of Delta Sigma Theta, has announced the scene of the UNIP Annual Conference for 1955,1964 and

lamps that have been present for more than three weeks. Joined the civil! rights workersin that the participant 1966, and will again host the UMP meetings this coming
Also report any unusual blending from any part of the body Warrenvine not far from will include 28 girls and 7 boys, Aug. 14.

any persistent change in your usual bowel habits, and any Weston, where the Atomic Energy all eleventh and twelfth graders
other bodily changes for which yon have no ready explanation.In Commission proposes to from the Cumberland Gap area DETNETIONABIDJAN

the treatment of cancer your doctor may use drugs build a $375 million atom Nn a of Tennessee Kentucky: West Ivory Coast-(NPlMn) what is called an attemptto
irradiation, surgical removal or a combination of these. smuner.HoVever. Virginia, Virginia, and North force neighboring Guinea to discuss: differences between

Frequently after a cancer is removed, a course of X-ray the state legislature ::7 Carolina. two countries, The Ivory Coast has detained a high level
treatments is given to kill any tumor cells that may have has failed to pass q>enoceupanclectslaUootbatwould : : They will assemble at Knox- Guinean delegation, which: arrived via plane enroute to Cona-
established themselves beyond the area removed. vllle College, Knoxville kry from the UN General Assembly session on the Mid-east
In some persons unfortunately the cancer has spreadto enable prospective Negro employees Tennessee, for an orientation crisis The differences between the two countries, dating
distant organs before the operation but hs not grown to of the nuclear Installation session before leaving for an back 19S8 Include Guinea's break and Ivory Coasts retention
a ala that can be detected. When such secondary tumorsare to live close to their 11-day 5-state bus tour that of ties with the French Community and pro-end antifeelingrespectively

found, your doctor must fight a delaying action with drugs place of employment. s sp will take them to historic Industrial attics over Ghana's dethroned Kwane Nkrumah,
and more X-ray treatments Dr. King denounced federal t i cultural events and

Much research is being done on a group of drugs that interfere plans to build the smasher plants in U cities. CANBERRA, Australia-(NPI>-Aslan countries presently
with cell reproduction. Ideally such a drug must without accompanying open Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is afflicted with food shortages face something like 30 years

control the disorderly growth of the cancer without seriously housing guarantees. a national service organisation before a solution to the problem will come, according to
damaging the normal cells. Meanwhile, the chief"enemy" .J '',1 whose membership is predominantly Prof. John R. McMillan, director Australian freedom from
to women with advanced cancer d the breast, removal of for the moment of the "tent- Negro. It has sponsored Hunger Campaign. As be sees it, the problem can be licked

the. adrenal gland Just above the kidneys or the pituitary at inners" is not angry residentsor rQlI J "Teen-Lifts" for the past five by the year t 000 U underdeveloped countries can solve
at the base of the brain delays the progress of the cancer. club-wielding policemen '- summers as a part outs career their present fertilizer deficiency and at the same time .

These delicate operations can now be avoided by giving but flies and mosquitoes killed motivation program. effect a stabilization of the rising birth rate.
drugs that neutralize or eliminate the hormonal secretions In "cold" blood by the other- I ., '" : Dr. Woods said that moat 01 the
of the adrenal or pituitary. Other means of obliteratingthe wise nonviolent civil rlghters. .- .. 'fjr.J young people chose for this BACK TO NORMAL??? of
action of these glands are being studied. It seemed the freedom- \ year's tour have never been ACCRA (NPI)-The return of civilians to the Ghana government -
Another method of treatment uses the atom reactor. This IIgbter- fighting pests didn't .J : outside the area in which: they last week is being viewed as a raters to normalcy dad
-
device bathes the tumor cells with neutrons which destroys care about the race, creed, SISTER 'PINS' BROTHER-Mlss Cynltha F. Teele pins a' ,live, visited a museum factoryor : the possible beginning of the end of the military rule in the
the Invaders. color or national origin of their gold bar on the shoulder of her brother Arthur E. Teals Jr. university, seen live theater, country. Fourteen special commissioners have been picked
Although progress the conquest of,cancer is slow, important victims. during the ROTC ceremony In which he was commissioneda nor been encouraged to thinkin to cabinet membership with seven army and police officers.:
advances are being made and refinements in treat- The insects notwithstanding second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Infantry at FloridaAIM terms of vocational goals The Joint military-police: Junta has ruled the country since: the.overthrow ,

ment methods give added )'eullDd added comfort to thous- the "tent-in" is gaining nation University, Tallahassee Fla., U. Teele, who completedwork The "Teen.Lift"programlnittated of President Kwame Nkrumah in February 196*.
ands of victims of this dese.... wide prominence A for the BJS. degree In political science, with a minor in 1963, is aimed at

"mission to Washington Is in history,,at FAMU in June and has piano for a legal career raising the aspiration level of "RIGHTS" ISSUE
planned and efforts will be Nameulto the economically deprived BONN (NPQ))-The "rights" issue has cropped up in West
Seti Hew Moral Cusiii will report for duty on July 15, at Fort Bearing, r.. -
direst Nit made to get Congress to veto "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and youngster. According to Dr. Germany with the wording of the federal constitution conflicting -
the atom smasher plans, or Woods, the tours have motivated' with that of actual practices However the. IIL'lUtll
Unvlversltles for 1967 and "the most Outstanding Male Sen-
For tfasiitfton D. C. ROME-(NPI hi)-J ope Paul"new vr withhold action sufficiently long ior" by the FAMU Men's Senate, he Is a member of Kappa many participants to seek college and not along racial lines, but sex lines. Women, who make up
reportedly approved enough to get the Illinois leg Alpha Psi Fraternity and a congressional intern to UJ5. and technical: .training one third of the country's laboring force, claim that while the

WASHINGTON housing.As are discriminated against when it comes to
women
Inembryology
cum laude from Florida A&M. received the MJS. degree ,
mer outbreaks are unlikely in people" Whitney M.Young,Ir., now becoming Increasingly ,
John A. McDermott, executive holding governmental office.
on June 9 at Howard University Washington,
the nation's capital, according National Urban League executive director. Catholic inter- available to Negro youth.
to the Rev. E. Franklin Jackson director who met with the it "Con- D.C. "Teen-Lift" is only one of
racial
Council put :
pastor John Wesley AME Zion Pope, said he asked that the struction of the, nuclear installation many public service projects Federal Grant RenewH Marylail ads Bar *ias
Church. The District Democratic churches take the lead in will the end sponsored each year by Delta
mean BALTIMORE! -(NPI)- The
Rational Committeeman said the crusade to change (racial) of Title C of the Civil Rights Memphis Sound Sigma Theta, a 45,000-member Real Estate Commission
threats of violence "are from attitudes. The Pope "ac- Act." organization with 315 undergraduate NEW YORK {(NPIX-A) federal Maryland -

outside the city and do not represent cepted and agreed,"Young said. As the "tent-in" 'continues, and alumnae chapters grant of $164,000 last week was acting under pressure
the feelings of Washington Captures Coast In the United States and abroad,. given to a group of East Harlem from the legislature, recently
in the
mada
citizens" He cited the ****** efforts are being residents to plan community adopted a code of ethics prohibiting -
state legislature to revive fair Like Caesar before them they came, they saw and they racial discrimination in
role of the Opportunities Industrialization Rights Stand renewal after the group had
center In training ARMY housing legislation that has all conquered. The being Otis Redding and the Double DynamiteDuo blocked city plans six years the sale or rentalofhouslngun-f
but been killed of Sam and Dave and their conquest was of California to the East Harlem less specifically requested by
and placing the unemployed ago renew
House Democrats made token when the hitax-Vo1t recording artists recently property owners. Violators of
audiences TaheRByCatholic 14-block
in Jobs and thus preventing sum RESERVEJacksonville's Triangle a neighborhood -
gesture to bring an open occupancy brought the "Menphis Sound" to the West Coast where It it into industrial the code, which means realtors
mer frustrations. by turning an -
measure to the floor its highest praise and ovation otdate.Otis cannot take it upon themselvesto
rec.lved..ome of
.
*** **** park. The group,known
but It appeared to be doomed.It Redding kicked things off many fans of the Memphis Pries U the Community Association discriminate, will be subject

Dealer was the same story in Del- 'when he was overwhelmingly Sound" who weren't able toper- of East Harlem Triangle wantsto to suspension or revocation ittheir
Most Recommended aware, where a fair housing ,acclaimed u the sensation ol sonally witness the magnetic INDANAPOUS, IND.-Born: in nelghborhooi residential licenses.
DeVille .. .. .. .. ,. ,$2695 bill defeated in the state Catholic keep the -
64 Cadillac Sedan was the first annual Monterey Pap>> performance of an evening with ,Harlem now a Roman and sought to bring in
.
CONDITION, W.' AND JUST LIKE ANEW CAR for the second time this NEWS
Aid senate Lucas
Rev. Lawrence E.
64 Pontiac 2+2. It's' Almost New ,......$1595 of Festival. He was the only performer Otis at Monterey The ABC television priest new Industries and boost present Bring
session despite the backing: '
to receive a ten minute network will present a 33-year-old NegrofromteNewYork ones through private and FLORIDA STAR
the influential DuPont companyand standing ovation from the special documentary: on the, Archdiocese says his federal hid Deadline Tues. NoGinootherocks
I io Bishop Mlcheal W.,Byte oi Pere Johnson writing Music Festival- church "has not, and Is still .
io 1J : 't.t'u; .. :, 5 crowd ; Monterey Pop
.JtJ Wilmington. H .' .. .1a1bf'W Angeles Times of: 'fearuring'OUs Reddlng-durlng, unwilling tot ,throw the full
T1Pontiac;; r 'Catalina Coupe ..".'.'$3295" Meanwhile, the;; Defense, Department June 19th saw ',It this way: Weir new season this fall. weight of ber prestige, or her

AIM CONO FACTORY WARRANTY moved, considerably "Otis stirred the crows to its The latest word from Los Angeles economic and political power
67 Rambler Rebel 770 .. .$2695 more successfully, to combat greatest excitement of the first is that the West Coast debut behind the legitimate goals of
RAN, POWER EU. POWER "AKE" "
1 AUTOMATIC Secretary
discrimination. -
Ala COND. PACtoev WARRANTY. housing two days. The paths between engagement of Sam and Negro America. ?
57 Camaro .. .. .. .. $2495 of Defense RobertS. rows of chain were Jammed Dave at The WhiskyA3oGo The priest says church lead-
AUTOMATIC WAcTO.1.W R t T .ONLY _Mll.il.ftf Me Namara declared off with bobbing spectators, some confirms the complete triumph ers settle for token reforms

Valiant 200 4-Door ..$1795 limits all segregated housing of whom leaped onto the flanks of the "Memphis Sound". Among "usually when they are initiated -
AUTOMATIC. RADIO, MCATFR, FOWtR ITKRINO. AND near the A ndrews Air Force of the clapping and shoutIng of stars welcoming by others or the courts of
IUIT LIKI NEW, WITH FACTORY WARRANTY. stage the galaxy "
base in Maryland along as Otis walled through"Shake" Sam and Dave on thier government
Whites-only housing near the Ordained 1959 Father Lucas
comedian
,65 T. Bird ,Super, Clean D ..$2795 naval training center at Great Loving, "Respect"I'veBeen You Too Long". opening Bill Cosby night, vocalist were LouRawIs, describes htmsell as a"Catholic -
AIR
I 165 Pontiac Catalina......,..............$1995 Lakes Hi, appeared to be the "Satisfaction", and "Try A Greg Morris (of TVs "Miss priest not a Negro priest."
AIM' CONDitiONED. next target of the "off limits" Little Tenderness". ion Impossible") and former Rev Lucas Is summer communications
66 Falcon Futura 4-Dour.$1695 order. But there's good news for the football great and now motion Intern at Indiana- RMh
A AUTOMATIC IRANI RAH. The Defense Department is radio-television station
67 Mustang .. . .$2395 picture star; Jim Brown. polls ,
.said to be planning the Issuance WFBM the church seems
RAIL AUTOMATIC, FOWER, ITEERINO FACT WARRANTY. Undoubtedly, the highlight of says
: of similar "off limit" Dave's West Coast "satisfied to settle for timid
Sam an4
orders at other bases in an A&T College Become: occured when they reforms"
63 Chevrolet.AUTOMATICa.Imp..Hardtop, Air Cond. ..$1295RIH. effort to end housing discrimination conquest were presented with the seventh "For a black: man to be accepted -
I against Negro servicemen in white American society -
.$1395 :annual "Youth On Parade"
65 Mustang and he has to be someone who
MADIO ft HEATER. I NEED employees State University award by Reve Glpson,Youth
The is said to be breaks the besays.
FROM department Los stereotypes
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE Editor of The AngelesSen-
especially sensitive about the Y'hen this is accomplished -
GREENSBORO, N.C. Dr. tine!. ,
housing bias issue because Negroes of the Negro Is labeled an exception
Lewis C. Dowdy president
EVANS \
R. are represented in the

armed forces in a greater pro- oUT College to learn was pleased that his last Institution Protest Win Fight ,I, The priest traded his clerical J lY
Thursday ,
portion than they art In the collar for a sports shirt this
had been accepted as
3rd & MAINEL general population one of the four state Institutions 'summer and is working on a "

EL.4-8382 In the General Assembly's For Job Training master's degree in communications
4-8381 OPEN TILL 1:30 P.M. l and sociology at Butler ,
. universities bilL
Leaders regional '
Negro
University Father Lucas plans
The amendment to the Henly ,
ALT ROCHESTER NY-(NP1)-) to direct or teach a closed-
Bill which would include:
WRITE VVRHC TODAYWin Plan College had been defeated on the FIGHT finally won its fight circuit television course in his
Hope For floor of the Senate. The House against the Eastman Kodak 'archdiocese.

Rev. Isador of Representatives passed the Company, when the to film cooperate manufacturer Eiterrraen! Hies And Cries!
FORT MYERS agreed
bill vote of 81-29. Then
Your Church by a
$25.00 For Edwards president cube local the Senate concurred Ins House in finding Jobs and developing PRESERVING FOOTPRINT

chapter of the NAACP, and amendment to give AftTCollege .training programs for local LOS ANGELEs-NPI-1bt
Cat oft .the coupon below and Marvin Davies, field director: in regional university status. non-skilled Negroes! footprint of Academy Award-

Florida for the NAACP, said Dr. Dowdy said "I am extremely : The civil rights organization winner actor Sidney Poitier wax
write your question. } then mil they epected reports from Negroes delighted that the N.C. has been at odds with Kodak imprinted and preserved for :
who applied for jobs under General Assembly saw fit to over repudiation of a Job training posterity In the forecourt of
station the pilot NAACP project. to ALT program for Negroes Demonstrations Hollywood's famous Grauman'sChinese
due recognition
to radio WRHC, P.L 0. This is the first of reports on College give by Including it along resulted Proxies theater in a ceremony

the success of "operation cool with the other three five-year were withheld by church groups recently. The distinct honor for
: at the firm's annual sharehold marked the first time
Box 2467 Jacksonville Fla. summer colleges the regional univer Peltier
'
,, This project "operation cool sities' bull. ers' meeting last April 15. a Negrohas been so honored in

summer" is especially designed "We strongly believe that At T Finally, Dr. Louis K. Ellers, the ceremony which has seen
PHONE: 389.1111 to get more Jobs for Negroes. College is deserving of this Kodak president telegraphed 153 previous actors and act- ,

DSrRUCTIONS. The WRHC "Mall Box" will attempt to get Edwards said be would ask the recognition the Rev Franklin D.R. Florence ressesrecord their footprints

an answer to any question yon may have on any subject, such City Council: to appoint qualified "While we are grateful to all FIGHT leader, agreeing the theater's cement.
Negroes to all boards even In the state and to the programs FOR PRESIDENT
u schools, rents, taxes, city and county government and so our supporters
on. if it means dumping a white la the General Assembly we "There now appears to be WASHINGTON D.C/-NPI

Write your questions below and mail at once. Your question member or an act of the legislature extend special thanks for the an opportunity to create better Comedlan-cmsader: Dick Gregory -

and the answer, along with your name and address win be, to enlarge the board. leadership and superb support understanding and to work declared recently that he
broadcast from time to time on WRHC so please print your Rev. Edwards and some more provided by the Guilford and in mutual respect" Dr. Ellers will be a "peace candidate"for
name and address. Write u often u yon like and listen for civil rlghtsleadersweretome Randolph delegations. said, In agreeing to these areas the U.S. presidency: in 1968, to

four answer on WRHC,1400 on your radio your total community with the county boards to de- "Furthermore, we shall attempt of cooperation: protest tending American ( /
station, on the air 24 hours a day. mandsweeping reforms" In city to strengthen our existing Kodak will employment youths to Vietnam "under false ; C 'lay4I
For the best question each week during this mailing, Radio I ,and county government, hous academic programs rather interviewers' into Negro areas pats tism" Gregory who poled
Station WRHC will award $25.00 to the church of your choice, log Jobs and Job training. than seeking to establish new .to seek new employees 22,000 votes In an 1 unsuccessful -
afT QUESTION: Along with the demands pertaining ones However an attempt win -FIGHT will assist Kodak bid for mayor of Chicago -
to the government Ed- be made to continue to improvethe In seeking the hard-core un- last year, also announced
,wards said be would make requests academic status and research employed thatbe would alunch his presidential
for the immediate enforcement and service functions of -Both groups will get together campaign in September -
of the mlnifflnn housing the institutions." periodically to discus: la a cross-country series

code, a cleanup of litter in "Very pleased" to hear of the the Negro community's economic of college lectures: __ / $cttaftIk
Negro areas, the assignment of General Assembly's action was needs RACISMCHICAGOQtPIThe
Negro policmen to desk duty I -Kodak wiU develop a slide PROGRAM AIRS ,
Robert H. .Frailer chairman alter- _
EAfl1I'ia
the hiring otNegroesatcltytWlIn of the ALT Trustee or mote presentation designedto !
PLEASE PRINT College .. 'native to the dilemma racism in
motivate the hard-core -
trr NAME B -- -- clerical portions and the Board. He said be was glad Urban America was discussed __ '1
,cur's cooperation with the employed.
to learn that the Legislature the program
last Sunday on
MY ADDRESS BIt county in the training of up to had seen fit to give ALT the "Metrotalkf over television 1 I'
my question is Judged; best, please send $25.00 to the church 150 Negro youths In federally status it deserved, with other station WBD-TY.1befullsub-

of my choice, which Is i ,financed programs Youth Corps like the neighborhood 'institutions-of similar--levels buy U.S., Ject: was "What is Our Alternative Seagram's Extra Dry/the perfect martini g5nIUII1N

to Racism-4he Church'sDilemma.
FIGHT CANCER WITH IONDS ] ." IIITIUCII' COHUrf. M.0.If Hal.IlltllUI lit III HOI IMUICtJI Illll.
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Something Different For The Outdoor Grill

MOON OVER MIAMI( Ready For Voyage

Tangy Barbecued Lamb Chops are delicious

q, :. when grilled "to a turn" over glowing
MIAMI BEACH-ln another few weeks the 100-odd *
species ( p coals. It's an appetizingly differentidea
of ragweed found In the United States wUl begin releasingsome r / .
for
outdoor
cookery. .one to help
250,000 tons of pollen In the atmosphere. For thousands :
of hay fever sufferers the worst two months of the year .c/' : you vary your summer menu
will be at IwIc!. ,, :"1 iv 4"N C Cti' and
."if..1 Barbecue season is returning again,
Many will stay at home with nearby, either in hotel pool or "';: } "1 millions of Americans will take to the
along the beach. Visitors may '
medication and handkerchelfsbandy. fresh outdoors to stage culinary spectaculars
two 18-hole- '
the city's
play '
Others will have planned ,
'
golf courses in summer for a ;" on tbe charcoal grill.
ahead for a vacation In some
bay fever refuge like Miami greens fee of$3, the par-three .. .',,' After many seasons of steaks, hamburgersand
Beach course for $1.50. Courts also occasional roast done on the rotisserie -
g
rented in the two municipal _
This. Island city of hotels, may be '". why not become a bit
, tennis centers for 25 cents I
apartment buildings, golf, fishIng adventuresome? Strike out and grill some,
and other holiday ameni- per person per hour. t
ties Is one of the comparative* Numerous sightseeing attractions different meat cuts, use various bastirifc

ly few east of the Rockies and in the area may be sauces and marinades, design unusual
south of Canada to draw an visited by bus, boat or private kabob combinations, and cook a whole meal
"excellent" rating as a nay automobile and both water the coals.
fever refuge from Research skiing and skin diving nave L..! W
? One meat cut that's delicious when
devotees, esspeclally 1 19fl
Council of the American Academy many '
of Allergy. among the younger set. barbecued, yet rarely prepared that way,
The Council's assessment Is Early August visitors also is lamb sirloin chops. And here's a
on the basis of of should see the orchid show In _
prevalence
tasty to cook them..with
ragweed greatest offender pollen, as by a far cause the one Miami of the Beach largest auditorium ever staged, to be //p1/ marinade way which is also brushed over a tangy the
1Lr
for hay fever. the South. The dates are Aug.3- I % meat as it grills.

Miami Beach's freedom from e., :i i It's quickly made by mixing convenient

ragweed pollen Is due to the bottled lemon Juice, salad oil chopped
city's location some three miles MIAMI BEACH SHORTS parsley plus few like
a seasonings

across mainland Blscayne, prevailing bay off-ocean from the MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Brown __ : ,. marjoram, garlic, and instant onion.
breezes and tile fact there Is no- pelicans may be seen the year r (' This basic marinade is one to remember,
agricultural activity within 12 around at Miami Beach. The for It can be used on other barbecue
to 15 In big bird? plunge from flight
miles. other words, 'f
ragweed doesn't In the Into the ocean for fish, some- specialities as well. Try it on beef
water in grow times diving as deep as 15 feet :;" /if. lamb kabobs on lamb rib or shoulder
well maintained
;
or
..,
; ..
: ; t, ,..
for their quarry. ,, 1 chicken
chops
and trimmed lawns. ,",. on or even on beef steak.
The atmosphere, as attestedto .... _- '. ,'-, :/ .rta ,;:s.. Use it for cooking indoors, too .

by the almost universallywhite r-- .., <" ,1\),., ,jI.A :"' ,., As you know, the cooking times given in

buildings, Is unusually One of the most popular palms ALL ABOARD -- A prize-winning essay is boat slip In Dearborn, ,Mich. Fri- this recipe can only be approximate.
free of all
pollution Including Is taking Debra Daniels ( cehter) and her (June 30)) for four-day roundtripto
smoke, dust and chemical Irritants for Miami Beach plantings day a Much will de lend upon intensity of heat
from manufacturing. a native,of the Philippines.HereIt father, Norman Daniels, of 211 I Fox Street, Duluth Minn. More than 1,000 high from your coals, wind conditions and the,

Happily for the bay fever sufferer is sometimes called the Buffalo NL Y. on a Great Lakes trip schools participated in the National other variables of outdoor cooking.

as well as for all whose clusters Christmas of palm bright because red seeds its aboard the S.S. Will lam Clay Ford. Ford Marine Essay Contest which was coordinatedby Lamb steaks may be grilled to either rare,

vacation this weeks is the occur in sum mature during the Christmas Motor Company provided the trip as one propeller C I u b s in 25 major medium or well-done.
mer, season for
the lowest prices for accommodations season of the top rrlzes in a national essay port cities. Debra who will I I be a senior -'

In Miami Beach., contest sponsored by the Propeller Club this i fall I I at Sacred Heart Academy ,

Air-conditioned hotel rooms of the United States. Captain Donald EggertsvlIle, N.Y. used "The American

and apartments provide a wide Fromer MiamianOn E. Erickson welcombed Debra aboard the Merchant Marlen -- Key to Defense and

selections of lodgings. Room Ford .ore carrier which left the Ford Rouoh Trade" as her essay theme. i
prices begin around $6 a day
double, with oceanfront luxury Vietnam Duty

and swimming pool starting at, Dade Classroom Teachers Assn. t
Hurricane Season Is At :
less than $10. Apartment rentals Airman First Class Timothy Hand
furnished of course, begin Duncan Jr. son of Mrs.
'at Entertainment less than $100 and recreation a month. Virginia, Duncan, of 125 W. 137th Probing Violations Of Sanction Here Are Some Helpful' Hints

St., New York, is on duty at
Is almost around-the-
on an
clock basis. Night clubs, theaters Da Nang An, Vietnam. The Dade County Classroom Teachers' Association has Initiated The State Board of Health has advised all concerned that
and greyhound racing are Airman' Duncan an airpoilceman an Investlagtion into allegations from teachers with the hurricane season at hand, the effectiveness of public
among afterdark diversions, isjt member of the that officials of the Dade County Personnel Department have water and sewage facilities should be checked Immediately
plus Sunday evening concerts Pacific Air Force, America'soverseas violated FEA and NEA sanctions. David B. Lee, director of the Bureau of Sanitary Engineering
air in Southeast
in the Miami Beach auditoriumand arm adlvsed city manager, utilities directors, water and sewage
Saturday night concerts: In Asia, the Far East and the, It Is charged that the officials and NEA bring Immediate superintendents, and other that
the Marine stadium. Pacific. have been encouraging pros- charges against the officials Regular mechanical, auxiliary and standby equipment shouldbe
Daytime fishing Includes deep- Before his arrival in Viet prective teachers to accept involved." kept in good repair with adequate supplies of critical
sea trolling light tackle cast- nam, he was assigned to an positions, neglecting to properly Tornillo added "In my opinion parts on hand; a 10-14 day fuel supply and a 10-M day supplyof
Air Force unit In New York. Inform them of sanc- member of the profession chlorine
Ing and drift fishing over the any and other necessary chemicals should be on hand;
The airman Is a 1962 graduate 'tion be he teacher or administrator -
offshore reefs. Extensive dlrft conditions. waste streams from Inoperative lift stations should be chlorinated
of NorthwesternSenlor High Telling prospective teachersnot -who does not adhere ,' YM
also is
fishing done at night
when many specise Including School of Miami, Fla. to worry about possible to sanction guidelines is Establish emergency communications with operation personnel .
snapper, yellowtail and grouper His father, O.C. Duncan, resides charges of unethical conduct gllity of unprofessional conduct ; keep an water storage reservoirs and elevated tanks
bite the best.Swimming at 1734 Tyler St., Jack- which may be brought against and Is endangering the In full status, and notify the county health department these
of course always is sonville, Fla. them. profession's efforts to Improve' things have been done. ,
Pat L. Tornlllo, Jr., CTA the educational climate for After a hurricane, any damage should be surveyed immediately -
Executive Secretary, said Florida's children and to achieve and an assistance needed should be reported. t
Madam Day Palm ReaderShe flU, after conductl ng a preliminary adequate financing of ... o .
Investigation, we find Florida's educational pro TANGY BARBECUED LAMB STEAKS
these allegations to be factual, gram."
Will Help You CTA will request that FEA Miamian Studying At Yale
4 to 6 lamb sirloiri chops, cut 3/4

With All Problems U.S. Seeking Officers to 1' inch thick (or shoulder

chops)

Of Life For Forfifan Sarvica % cup ReaLeanon bottled lemon juice
--
l. ft cup salad oil

\. The Department of State is Officers must be willing to 1 tablespoon instant minced onion ',.

10920 Biscaju Bill. currently seeking candidates accept assignments made on a % cup chopped parsley I \
for the Foreign Service Staff world-wide basis as dictatedby '
1 clove garlic splitft
,
Officer Corps.The StaUOtr.1cer the needs of the Service.
Call 759-9362 Corps Is a career component Candidates sought for appoint ) teaspoon salt
of the Foreign Service and its ment must have been U$. Citizens I % teaspoon pepper
ranks are filled by persons for at least five years I % teaspoon marjoram
Your Interested In Administrative and between the ages of 21 and ": '
professional beautician and Consular fields Service 31. They must have passed both 1 ,"
knows the answer... in this Corps offers interestingand the Federal Service Entrance : I Place lamb chops in shallow pan. Com-

rewarding careers, as well Examination (FSEE) at the CS-7 .{ .. I bine remaining ingredients and pour over
as the opportunity to travel, level with a score of 80 or bet- meat. Allow meat to marinate in the

to understand and to appreciate ter, and an Oral Examination I refrigerator for at least 4 hours or
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different cultures. designed to measure the candidates' -- -
overnight. Start fire far enough in
Candidates accepted as Staff suitability and qualifications SELECTEESTwo Florida A&M Uni-
to officially representthe advance so that coals are covered with
versity students were selected by the
Should every woman Rachel United States abroad. committee of the HarvardYaleColumbiaIntensive ligh gray ash when cooking begins.
Madam. Entrance salaries range from Place chops on grill about 3 Inches from
be a blonde? $6,614 to )7,922 per annum for Summer Study Program to attend the coals. Use remaining marinade for
Class 7 Staff Officers and, depending Yale University this summer are shown -
basting meat during cooking. Lamb chops
on the age, experience here. Marva Harris, an English major
and qulifications of the can- cut X to 1 inch thick will require about
from Orlando and Roscoe Ellis, a mathe-
Blonde hair Is beautiful for those women whose natural color. didate, $7,201 to $8, 161 per matics major from Miami were among the 12 minutes for medium doneness; chops
Ing It flatters. But not everyone should be a blonde. annum for Class ( Officers. cut 114 inches thick require about 18
Expert beauticians know that complexion and hair color must Spiritual Reader Housing and other allowancesare 200 students chosen out of 650 applI- minutes for medium. Makes to
4 6
complement each other also cations. The committee selects students .
to glamorize and bring cut all the nat provided during over-
ural beauty that was meant to be. They also know that very And Advisor seas tours of duty. whose records indicate potential for servings.
coarse and dark hair often is resistant to drastic color changes. All persons Interested In being rigorous graduate study. The, program
.However, there's no doubt about slightly lighter hair adding ex- Past Pmeit considered for appointment as -Rev. Laura
began on June at and lasts until.
citement to a woman's appearance. And hairdressers know a Foreign Service Staff Officer
there Is no better product to add a whole new appeal to every Ail FitinOi should write to the Civil August 19. Miss Harris and Mr. Ellis Known Throughout 'The State
'woman's look than Miss Clairol1 halrcoloring-extra rich Creme should write to the Civil Service are both seniors at FAMI. for her
Formula or new extra easy Shampoo Formula. All Affairs Regional Office 0/EP
Both Miss Clairol products lighten and color at once, combining Room 7332 N$.; Departmealof ''
vibrant new color with the natural pigment of the hair.So Of lift State, Washington, D.C.. Dhrit Spiritual Healiij Anil Blessings Of Lift!
ORANGE WINE! SAUCE FOR CAKE
even those shades that look blonde on white hair (as shown on 20520. (Make about I/ cap)
most color? selection charts) give a variety of flattering red-to- Fruity pale toll In color and easy to prepare this utica will Ski Will Help Yog Solvi Yoar Problems Of
golden brown shades on women whose hair was black to begin Open 7 Days A Week mat an uninteresting piece of olaln cake* turn into the life of
DURING HIS win's '

with.Beauty salons are equipped to answer questions and help 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. stay in a hospital, her three-week husband y the cop party.sugar H cup Lake Niagara wine LOVE, MARRIAGE i BUSINESSOne

with hair color selection. Depend on your hairdresser to have hired a woman to take care of S Ubletpoona eoreatareh 1 cap (}y, pint) heavy cream
\their Visit
the professional skills and the total family of fine Clairol prod- Call 947-9676 family. They were a Lit l'eaa (S ounce) tram concentrated Will Convince You.
ucts to make every woman's experience with haircolorlng com- prehensive about it, especially orange Jules Where Others Have Failed

pletely personal and glamorous. Should you be a blonde? If you 18320 Biscayii Bid: before mealtime. Much to their Mix auger and oornitarch. Stir In orange Juice and water Cook DONATIONS ONLY CALL 757-9784
don't know ask lurpnae, every evening a famil over low beat stirring constantly until sauce thlckena Cook and
really expert hairdresser.
your iar and favorite meal than chill. Just before serving whip cream and fold Into orange
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I ___ Celebrate S4fh Anniversary Your Social to Biz rive bold color buttons accent are to being chitdrvn'i used RAPIDTV

summer clothes Sudubl. mate.
1 1 rids predominate In these fash SERVICE
SecurityWhen I Ions, and frills Service Calls $2.
I I facilitate laundering are eliminated and touch-up to M........A........
ironing. Mione 724-1167
a husband or working
wife dies the need for money, I
'fit y to replace lost income,becomes I
very important to the survivors.
Most of the time this money FREE COLORFULBEACH
via come in the form of surt'Tors -
benefits Iran Social

Security. ,
Having the proper papers will BALL
help speed the processing oft I
survivors claim. This meanswe Stw411, aide .. Iells.elp ...... asep slept .Usel. dw
4 : will get the first check out the beech, fockriri, slams, se M e alto
'faster. One of our basic objectives -
Is to pay claims $25
rapidly and accurately.I WITH
hope none of my readers
will ever be In the position ANY
of mating a survivors claim,
but commons sense tells me ORDER OF DRY CLEANINGFIRST
that some of will have to
; .. take on this Job.you It Is not complicated 1500 CUSTOMERS
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: i and does not take much
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6.J' :' time. If the family is young
\J' one and the mother or fatherIs
." Two Week Special
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.., .. nuking the application will
V;; 1. "'\, 'r \ want a death certificate, their 3 PLAIN DRESSES
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: certificates of the children under OR
'i 9 :'. ,hV age 18, or students betweenthe 3 MEN'S SUITSMIX'EM $330
.. ages of 18 and 22. We will ,
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employed, the tax return for the
past year. If a widow age 60, Offer Good Thru July 22
or over, is applying we will
still need the death certificate,
I. marriage cerlflcate and will
also need proof of ace of the

KING MEETS PRESIDENT--At beginning of moderates heated panel, talK( between-- keep widow in When mind proving that the your oldest age NEW YORK LAUNDRYPLANT

Capital Dross Club's 2Mth anniversary Republican leader Carl Shipley ( I. ) and evidence Is often the best. Don
celebration in Washington, club president James Jones of Equal Employment Opportunity forget to bring the Social 400 E. FORSYTH
Larry A. Still I ( I. ) introduces Martin Commission after Shipley urged Security number of the deceased PHONE EL 57595CLEANERS
Luther King Jr. and Episcopal Bishop Paul, work camps for those refusing jobs. In yourself and the child
Moore Jr. ( r. ) to Dr. H. Kamuzu Banda, center, awards chairman Harold Keith ren. It is amazing bow many :RQtt)
president of the Republic of Malawi presents Community Service Award to Miss people come to mate a claim 4l
at right "I Spy" television stars E. Josephine Lowery, club treasurer and and! do not bring this number.: Robert Gulp( ( I.) and Bill Cosby (r. ) join at far right award winner Dr. James M. Our office in Jacksonville Is ZOK/C
at 400 W. Street
Bay We
are
Nabrit, president of Howard
D.C. anti-poverty worker Petey Greene University,
((2nd from I. ) and District Commissioner and Mrs. Nabrit, exchange point with Dr. open week from, 8.30 and: to open 4.30 Saturday throughthe FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY BY RADIO DISPATCHED TRUCKS

John B. Duncan; Below (left, former D.C. King at reception Of gala affair attendedby mornings from 9.00: to Noon ATLANTIC PLAZA Shopping Ctr. 1130 ROOERO ROAD
anti-poverty chief James (a. Banks (c. ) Hotel.nearly I 800 guests at Sheraton Park BEAUCLERC SHOPPING CTR. 5535 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
BRING YOUR NEWS CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING erR JAMMES and 103rd STREET
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CD.CINNATI-(NPI>-A commission which will tee to it OMMRA.-NPI)>The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha PAXON SHOPPINB CENTER 1819 DEAN ROAD
thri fair employment practice are adhered to throughout last week became the 87th Judicatory to launch a Project MUST BE IN 6999 UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD 843 SOUTH LANE AVENUE
the two-milllon-member United Church at Christ wu organ Equality program to require equal employment in its many'' BY 4 P.M.* ,TUBS .
lied during the closing: days of the recent eight-day general institutions, and require such practices as a condition of .
synod of the denomination lie new unit is charged with"seek sale in all general and contract purchasing. Known as Pro- DOLLAR,
lag out" qualified Negroes to serve on church boards, recommending ject Equality of Nebraska, Inc., It Is part of the growing move- "YOUR
qualified Negro clerics for every available pulpit ment in 10 states in which the Eastern Orthodox, Jewish,
and staff position; and the institution and upgrading of an Protestant, Roman Catholic, and UnItarian.UnIversalist have ,BUYS MOREAT
educational program for those Negro ministers who have thrown their resources behind the national Intorreltglous
not "enjoyed the benefits of formal education" program for merit employment practleces. 1 I I / YOUR 1ANHER

HEADS INTER-BEUGICIB, CROUP VETO
:.'NEWYORKC-NPl.1henewlytormedlnter-R.UgioaaFoun-" PADUCAH.: Ky.- dation'for Community'Oranlzatlon (IFCO),'a non-profit cor- '(Negro Presbyterian 'church '' with the ''white. _
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portion to assist community development and organization of" Cumberland Presbyterian church failed to occur last week, SAT .J
the nation-wide poor, has selected the Rev Lucius Walker when the Negro!>> congregation failed to approve the merger QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD.THRU SATUII
,Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., u it first executive director. Rev. plan by the three-tooth majority vote of the 16 presbyteriesof
Walker, a Shaw University (B). degree) alumnus has been the Second Church. Formerly called the Colored Cumber- bweEr7SUGAR'
I, executive director, since 1961, of the Northcott Neighborhood land Presbyterian Church, Second has approximately 20,000
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Floyd Patterson To Appointed To Post I Cha Cha Sets Tempo Madeline Manning Sets Record Hot Weather Helps


Compete In Tourney At Afro Insurance While Birds ChirpST Cardenal Light Fire

ANAHEIM, CAUFWose Car
NEW YQRK-Two-time heavyweight PROMOTED Clarence J. LOUIS, Mo.-last season Red Schoendlensf men denal is a lover of hot weather

champion of the boxing DaValt was recently appointedby were hanging around fourth place late In the season, even one of the reasons why be balbeen

world Floyd Patterson agreed the Afro-American Life Insurance though the wound up last in the league in run scoring and Instrumental in the Ore

compete in the World Boxing Company as Agency totaled fewer runs than any Cardinal Club since 1919. And that seem to have engulfed the
Association: elimination tournament Secretary which is a segmentof that year the Bird played only 138 pans Angels. t.

to determine a successor the Agency Department be Timely bitting has been the and Just six short of his entries "}he cold weather kin me,"

to CassIa Clay. Prior to this appointment, difference this year. This was and Just six short of his entire Jose,said smiling. "Last year

i The J2-year-old New Yorker served as Agency Assistant, being exemplled by many, but production in I960. j'Q. hitting only J67 een June
two and
and for the past a
will probable meet 22-year-old ihlefly by Orlando Cepeda and Fattening up with seven RBIs tile I finish! the season at .276.
I Jerry Quarry of Los Angeles half years was Miami In charge of Tim VcCarver. for three games and 13 for ten Not too bad. I like Vices weather
office
In toe fourth quarterfinal at the Company's contests in the ."
The Cardinals won eight out of Blrts' June
either Los Angeles or Oakland, DaValt is a native Jason, having Moody? Temperamental? Jose
ten games on a Juant recently surge Baby Bull had amassed
received his early training
Calif., Oct. 2 I. Plus Catholic School that carried them to the Pirates 48 RBIs by June 25, a better .1 Domec Cardenal hasn't stopped
St
at the ,
The promoter for the Patter Giants, Astros and the Dodgers. than IDO-per-year pace. That smiling since summer arrived.
son-Quarry fight will probablybe and Edward Waters College, "Pm hitting better now than I total might have higher if Ce The weather reduces his 155-

either Mrs. Alleen Eaton of ever did," Cepeda said as his peda hadn't missed four games pound frame to the bone,but his

the Olympic Boxing Club of Los batting average soared aroundthe because of Illness. bat does grow fat.It was greatly

Angeles or Dan Chargln of the .350 mark The Baby Bullas As Cepeda picked up at bat, responsible for a threeoutoffour -

Bonanza Boxing Club of Oak. be is sometimes called: be continued to stand out In harvest in Baltimore and

land Mrs. Eaton promoted the wasn't talklngabout home runs the field. He is becoming an two day later, in Detroit, Car

first fight between Quarry and of course, even though his total expert at scooping up throws denal made the catch of the'ear. ,

Patterson which ended In a draw of then can't be ignored. 10 the dirt at firatbase From his position in stralgh-

a month ago. .. "Pve been hitting more line "Pm going for the Gold Glove to away center, Jose sprinted deep
AU of the -round quarterfinals drivers than I ever did," Orlando award," the Baby Bull keeps j. i ... nni mil ':ymvifrrri: : -m TT J --.* vn Into left field to make a diving,

the IS-round semifinalsand said. Many of the hardliners insisting. Gibson, an old Gold LOS ANGELES: BRITISH-AMERICAN TRACK: Madeline Manning USA ( R) sliding steal of Don Werfs wallop
final will be shown on home have been in Glover himself ran down the on the warning track.
showing up beats out Australia's Judy Pollock to set a new American recordIn
television lath.UnitedSUtes by June 25 National current "Thafs great a catch as Pve
form of doubles. By League's crop
ABCTV.The his two-bagger harvest had of gateway guardians and could the 800 meter run for women, with a mark of 2:01.6.: Miss Pollackset ever seen," praised Manager

final projected for Januaryor receiving a Bjs. Degree in reached 20, tops in the league come up with only Bill White the present World record of 2:01.0 at Helsinki last June Bill Rlgney. "Thafs a catch I

February of 1968, will be Science from Florida AIM as superior to Cepeda. 28th. The old American record was held by Charlette Cooke. of even Willie Mays might pot. ,.

shown on prime evening time. University. While at Florida, Little Maury Wills Cepeda's teammates emphasize Los Angeles who set a July 1066 mark of 2:03.8.: mate" tRlgney

be was named All-Ameri that the statlstices are UP I TELEPHOTO ch/jb paused, then.addedp'lf I

can Football team, as center, not the only area where the Baby Continued On Page 12 I

YOU WON'T GET in 1935. Swinging For Fences Bull has been a stlckout.
TOMORROW JOBS DaValt carries with him a Said Gibson, "Cha Cha (which Cincinnati's Tony Perez Crashes Alou's Bat Is More The BernGroomedMenUieMURRAY'S

WITH YESTERDAYS diversification of experiences PITTSBURGH, Pa.-Maury is also often called) has a lot

SKILL having been associated with a Wills is finding new power with of spirit and if s rubbed off on 334 Foot Homer Pace Nationals Like Vengeance Stick

number of outstanding orjan- the bat now days for the Pirates. the other guys, on the field, PITTSBURGH-The piece of Superior Hair Pomade
rations. The on the bench,and in the club-
one player on the whole
b Cincinnati Reds crasheda lumber that looks like a bat
Peres of t e
DaValt Is ANAHEIMTony
currently a member "
house Orlando
squad of the Pirates to drivea Thusly Cepeda '
of the State Distributive ball has become the Redbirds' No.l 380-foot home run in the 15th inning of the longest played and is a bat, used by Matty
HONDA! HONDA! completely over the left
Education Advisory committee All-Star game ever to again give the National League the Alou has been looking more
field wall man
would
one never .
See the which is a part of the State guess Maury Wills. Wills gave Ed Bressoud, a teammate of sweet taste taste of victory over the American League. like a magic wand than Louisville

ALL NEWCL77 of Florida Department of Education the Sues a "-5 win over the Cepeda on pie Giants years ago, The game was completely run off Minnesota's Dean Aloe Slugger the defending lately. champion

NOW ON DISPLAY Cardinals with a shot beard said, "Orlando always had great dominated by superb pitching Chance, in the second Inning (at-bat) in the National League' E1?
'round desire. But he was playing in
the National
League.It which
from both leagues broke isn't ready to conceded thisyear's
AT Honor Interracial came with the Pirates leadIng the shadown of Willie Mays all records for strikeouts In to send the National's out in title to anybody.

the Cards, 4-1 two outs in San Francisco. With th*Cardinals front, but, Brooks Robinson of
JACK KULAN All-Star play with a total of He suddenly came alive and
and two aboard in the sixth he is No. land his teammates 30. Baltimore evened matters with, bits with a
ProducerNEW spraying
MOTORCYCLES Movie inning and:Steve Carlton ptlch- respect and accept him Jim Catfish Hunter of the a homer off Ferguson Kenklns began vengeance and after nine games
431 fillip IWT. tog Wills drilled the ball almost u such. of the Chicago Cubs in the sixth
Kansas City A'. was the victim Jumped from .283 to .332 on
YORKNPIStanley" 400 feet Just to the rightof of Perei's blast. Hunter inning for the only scoring until. 22 hits in 38 times at tat

398.4200 Kramer who produced several the Scoreboard. When it had been sailing along prettywell Perec's blast. It all started against the Pills
movies either with 'Cleveland Hurlers This the fifth M
extrainninggame
"'W. Gin saw provocative sailed out of sight, the most 1 when he uncorked the"gopher" was meD he went four-for-five and
inn fl.mp"also racial themes or starring of the 38-game series 1
surprised person was Wills
that sailed into the the next day. Returning
repeated
Negroes In key roles last himself. and. the National League bold
Swing Timber bleachers in left field. to Forbes against the
week was the recipient of the American "When I hit It, I knew it hada Rich Allen of the Philadelphia -: the edge 20-17-1, including Cubs, Alou collected three hits -

HONDA of JACKSONVILLE Jeslsji Committee'sentertainment chance because it was high CLEVELAND-Five Cleveland Phillies.smashed a home all five extra inning games In four times at bat and next Kinky, Stubborn Hair
NORWOOD AVE. division's fourth enough Frankly, I was Just try Walt Alston, managing the
6425 starting pitchers are sub- two
human relations award. The award Nationals used his entire roster night gathered more Responds "As If By Magic"Now
fog to hit the ball well hoping First Annual.Singles
denly hitting the ball out of He had a single In his final .
which was presented by It would fall in and drive home with the exception of Claude you tin hiv til diy confident I
the park as well as getting the trip before ending the streak, your hilr li neatly pronmrd If you >p-
last year's winner Sidney Pol- arun." "But I apparently hit comers of the Osteen one of his starting pitchers ply deb of MURRAY: S /u/wtor
plate. Proves but the 14-hit was something -
(6 blocks north of tier, cited the producerdirector the ball Just right. Thatwhat Successful with the Los Angeles to behold.spree HAIR I DRESSING. No nutter' If POMADE you war II In long lhmornlni I

Gateway Shopping Center) for "...pointing th e way it takes for me to get one out. This might seem strange, butnobodt. Luclous Albertle and Miss Dodgers, and woo the game Manager Gene Mauch was Impressed .nd MURRAY tlkrk or doe abort It for bell cool Contain comfort I
through the film medium, to This Wills with Don Drysdile getting the ,. moor
was second hocne complaining: except Hester Austin, were the winners by Alou's eight hits in "" .,.lunh Irritants, utf-ttl'YoullniioMU
greater understanding among run for the Pirates the credit for the win. aaanareA
The
other opposition.
in the first annual Wilder Philadelphia and it's difficultfor .
I : *
men." HIs films included such one The most dramatic After the Nationals had gone
II was an inslde-the-park Job round- RAYS Surrrlor
Mauch to opponents
Park Men and Women's Hard praise
I Polter flicks as "The Defiant against the Braves at Forbes tripper struck by a Cleveland out in front, to put the topping two ".have INO HAIR rOMADB DRESS. I
Court tennis after
764-2419 singles championship losing games
I Ones," and"Guess Who's Coming Field on May 12. The Pirateswon hurler belonged to Steve on the pie Alston brought in to take bat off to Alou OIl. win. *l your 'l anus Y

to Dinner.." it in tea innings. Hargan, who belted one out of Albertle recently.defeated Frank S. Tom Seaver a rookie, of the Maucb. sail my "I don't believe, I counter( rail/* coimtllc If your MURRA]' _

I Municipal Stadium on June ((9, Emanuel a Junior at Florida New ,York Meta to pitch the ever saw'a hltterj.iulte Ilk how.do.ter .don..".c DOl.. .: I
f fl
Old Taylor Presents: ]ngeriio Americans It came with two out in the1 MM University in the final! last inning Seaver fine walked a him. He has exceptionally good ,1II'om.de wlcy h. en for WGI tilt UIAL 2"
Nth of man but finished in glory
a scoreless duel with bat control When would oar or send sl.rd.' lll I ntae
., 6.3 6-4 and Miss Austin defeated we

,. : ;
-
t Chuck Dobson and Steve by striking out pinch hitter a II.nl"i Pam.dr IdsullArs
gave infield holes he hits
the
Miss Barbara Banner plug ,
t
IUPIIIOI Paoouc1s.ONPANV'
,S1''Ar' his eighth victory, 2-0 over Ken Berry of the Chicago ,. .
A in the finals 75. White up the middle. .Ut UIf"ItI p. alirt1. !I.IC Mtli-
the Athletics Sox.Roberto .
-- -
.
In semi-finals matches Al

.
On the Clemente of the Pittsburgh
very next night
r "i ,
c. ,', against the A's Jim Nash, bertle won by default over Pirates, considered one Get In The Swim With...
Preston Moman and Miss
". over
', ; ', U Tight Joined the club with a Austin defeated of the best men with a bat in
club with a solo shot in the Mrs Mary all baseball, set a record by

seventh himself Hlghtower,6-4. striking out four straight times
helping to a The Wilder Park Tennis Club
8-3 triumph. after opening the game with an
bi-monthly ratings are as follows
infield Several
single. playershad
tan ODonoghue's was a grand-
slammer in Detroit off Dennis : 1 willed three times in an
Men's
Luclous
!
Y singles ,
McLain All-Star contest but Clemente
Y f June L The Tribe won
Albertle 2 Frank Emanuel
that ; ; topped previous record. '
any
M night, 8-2. a l a /1
3
Harcourt G
Porter 4
,
., : Me Dowell blasted his homerin Preston ; Mickey Mantle of the New York
"fir, iI Boston against Darrel Bran- Moman; 8, Henry Yankees, received a tremendous
Daniels
6
don on May 21. It wasn't enough, ; Jimmy Walter; standing ovation when he
7 Earl Davis 8 Ernest
,
however and the Red Sox went wander pinch hit in the fifth inning but
'
Wilson 9
; ; Kemp
: he too was called out on strikes
on to win, -2.. and Robert A.
I Taylor. Wille Mays of San Francisco
Sleberf homer was tworunner Women's
singles, Hester was sent into the to pinch
in Cleveland,May against game
Austin; 2, Barbara Bomber; bit in the sixth-Inning went
heled the
and
Dave McNally
i 3, Mary Hightower; 4, Maria I
Indians to win, 5-1. hitless in four trips to the
Austin 5
; Josephine Kite;
plate.
Only Bargain's four-bagger 6 Louvenia L:/ T
Kite 7 Mo-
,
1, was his glrst in the major ; Tomy Conlgliaro of the Boston R
i 3
I + e 'j'ji leagues. In fact: it was his first zelle Thomas; 8, Joan Meeks; Red Sox contributed: the two .- '
9 Rometa .
Porter 10
; Mary
of the
spectular fielding plays .
i since his youthful Pony League' Helen
Rapley 11 Banter and
; long day. In the 10th inning, be
days back in Fort Wayne, lad, 12, Jonette McIntelU ;.
I : and he was quick to pass along Other tennis events scheduledat ran into right center to make 1 "DO-IT-YOURSELF" ,
'''j the credit for it to coach Pat a one-handed stab on Orlando
Wilder Park are July 18, Cepeda of St. Louis and raced

I I: Mullln.As reporters gathered around 19 Men's, men senior and singles women, and mixed July back to the wall to grab Cepeda's I. 3-WAY POOL

him in the locker room after doubles long drive in the 15th, moments:
J. before Perez end to the
put an
his winning smash "t 1k
jtii*Una game Tennis classes are held at
marathon. 1. "ON-THE-GROUND" 2. "HAIMN-THE-GROUND"
to him"
was Hargan's reply. Wilder Park
j Before did this every Monday Manager Hank Bauer of Baltimore 3. "INTHEGROUND"ITIEI
they someone Wednesday and from
Friday
Matthew Alexander Henson
((18664955)) the American League
asked him be knew that the 8:00 to 9:30: p.m., for adults
ball out of the skipper said, "They had some ,
was going park and children classes
"How could I know?" be Tuesday and Thursday every from good ptichlng thrown at them. iit t'
Peres Just caught the ball-
thought aloud. "Pd never hit 4:00: to 5:00: p.m. 'JP.' .

The first to set footon one before, so I didn't know All persons must bring their boom. ConlgUaro's catches ;,{fO' .'. "" ......
man were great and maybe saved -
how it felt," was his honest own Tennis rackets, balls will SIZES _. uAOeP .*. -' I
the at the time. :'
reply be furnished by the sponsoring game irurtrar If132' -... .
the of the world.The Alston said "Possibly It was
,
top Then Mullins took up the story Jacksonville Recreation Department mir
,
of his pitcher-coaching. over all the best pitching in :

"Yes, I've been taking to them The officers of the Wilder any All-Star games Pve ever
a little bit" Pat said modest seen. You'd nave a hard time
signs of a true adventurer showed to the Pole, and fast since a number of Park Tennis Club are: President picking the best one today."
ly "but them the
give credit
up early in the life of Matthew Henson. nations were vying for the claim. for, staying with it all." L. Albertle; vice president Peres, whose wife and M- ,29500 1
At the ripe old of thirteen Henson Matt Henson the Mrs. Rometa Porter;
age was man. Trudging However, it mooth-qld son, Victor were in
shipped out as cabin boy on a schooner the last painful miles, recording observations dividends even simple if ,Margin paid big secretary Mrs. Carol Rogers; the stands said, "When I hit
bound for China. and never treasurer Jimmy Walker; and "
calculating a true course, hits another it I.knew it was out
homer
When he returned to Washington, Matthew Alexander Henson became the Steve kidded a that Reporter Miss Barlar Bonner. & NO.MONEf DOWN' UP70* HIRiTO j ; PIT' :

D.C., he met the man who helped make first man to locate and stand on the homer reporter
-hlttlog pitchers should TNI TROJAN ALUMINUM POOL KIT
him famous.The then Lt Robert Peary North Pole. Peary arrived forty-five min drive Jaguars and, the next WHEN YOU Air ILL 1 Tv. .Inch hid Imvblnl _hMMm* w..IH. INCLUDES: ..
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discovered Matt Henson working In a uteslaterandtogether.themenplantedWa.hlngton day, he proceeded to purchaseone. ..... c..I cu.f, ref"warp. Now Offering '.
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t 111.11Cavalcade e111 11 the Willie Davenport Jesus Aloo SparklesAs

of HATS Bob Veale j stars in making

Hurdler AGoGo1Jat00 Giants' No. 1 Man
Through the yean, famous Sure-FIre WinnerPITTSBURGH

the men hal have they been wore.associated And with too, Pa.-After a total of six In a row and by Cincinnati reds Rouge, La.-(NPI).-For the next month find or rest 10, SAN FRANCBCO-In the ten

some hats are closely linked late June a record of9-2, Bob Veale Is still not satisfied : Southern University hurdler Willie Davenport win afford. years the Giants have made
ill
with history-making events to be commodities which be cane homo
that changed the: course of all with his performance.True tFtCDtCDINATIThe and leisure San Francisco their base

our lives. See if you can recognize he had Just two complete behind Koufax and now Vale Cincinnati Reds have found for themselves Davenport is less than two Flowers were among Us they have tried a number with of
I I the following "headline I that and 1 now" Ira his victims. The listing is the best players as leadoff hitters
games in span is the No. southpaw Harper a aggressive weeks removed winning
in
t hltt." selected by the research hadn't finished one of his last' King asserted a real competitor Tommy third 1Ira1&btAU 120-yard In the world this year and one little or no success, except tdyear
I of the John B. Stetson slick fielding ball player. second the world's the Giants woo tbe pennant
institute tenth over
Isn'tthat he's 31
be '' though and
hurdles
U starts but won. "But Yule La. bats and throws right high championship ,
Oak Grove ,
Company. (See answers below Harper a native of record. and came close to taking
be main idea? has not yet reached his peakor his to the timber-sklmmerlng Jaguar
in 1966 that he is well on way
) but I also He'll bet. handed, demonstrated domestic While each track and field set the World Series, Jose Pagan
"I want to win. his potential. lilt for him. Tommy batted Is faced with competition-
predicted
for the 1 start. major league stardom often will be riddled with top cal led off for them.
Famous walking want to finish what ter. exceptionally and foreign-in three
1 1966 and
Side of the Street" .278 In 149 games for the Reds in played ibre competition the Comm Now the task rest on the
"Sunny of and
If 1 could complete more Veale can throw hard can to be a terror on the meets between now and Aug. 5.
with his hat and cane : in the outfield while continuing the toughest of Jesus MOIl,U.the
was; the games 1 started. I mightbe throw several different pitches, good When a selected W.track and onwealth till looms as shoulders

....-:: a) Danny satisfied. There always notable a fast ball, a slider and base paths. hitting streak that began field team engages a squad from Alous.
be started a 17-game campaign
Last is in the ,
season sprinter-turn
Davenport a Early
Kaye be something that the British Commonwealth In a
to a curve.
seems "I Til have to change
b) Jack Smith doesn't work out. The perfect: "I 're come to the conclusion 8 and extended through the"21st.said Harper guess as the streak came dual meet July 8-9 in Los Angeles ed-hurdler who preped at How- Manager Herman Franks
88
c) tame for a pitcher is to be that rhythm and deception: are my uniform number to Coliseum Davenport will land High School Warren Ohio. thumbed through the avallables
is 17.
IJ Howard ahead of every batter, in com- the main ingredients pitching to a halt. His uniform number the Red organization on May 28, 1960. bead this country's I10meterhurdlescorps were be "accidentally" launched

d) Ted Lewis mind of all of his pitches," Veale pointed out. "The secretIs Harper was signed by where be hit .254 In 79 games, draw- which also IncludeU his timber-topping because n
to Topeka hurdler
He reported the regular was
related the lefthander. coordinating rhythm and deception the 1967 NCAAchamplon Earl
Clyde King, who coaches the and putting the ball McCnUough and Richmond 111 during a meet.

This red hat Pirate pitchers, regards Veale where you want to." ; Flowers Jr. As a paratrooper in the VS. r
by a
worn
,
2 Card I mal of the RomanCath- u the No U lefthander in the Although Yule has had an oddrecord irplMlT HARPEl: q. When the UJS. Pan American Army, he started on his Junket

olio Church is called aa : league now that Koufaz has game trials are held In Minneapolis which was the beginning of his
C retired. July 15-16 the Southern ending up tops among world-: J
)) Miter class hurdlers He was a soldier
puap' "He was the No. 2 lefthander U star-tailed as the
b) Sombreroc "world's best hurdler" l when be won his first AAU

) Galero Red Birds See Tolaa bejolned by teammate Oliver title and sewed up a berth on

fI1' d) Pontiff Ci Ford in trying for a berth on the '64 UJ5. Olympic team. As .
t the American team which will a Southern freshman, he woo
t As Complete PlayerST. i participate In the games JulyUAuc.5 his second straight 120-yard

1. at Winnipeg, Canada. AAU high hurdles crown in 13.3,

LOUIS-tt appears that Ford, who has the nation's and followed In his sophomore

3 This sultan with the fez on the Cardinals are again grateful third best time in the 220-yard year with an identical clocking. A
top is King Farouk ofr"gfWfl : to the Pittsburgh Piratesfor dash this year ((20.5), has been There's a lot of regular hard

Trans. another fine deal, in Bob invited to the Pan Am trials fora work coming up for the star,but
a) mind It bit. What
be doesn't a
Jordan Tolan. run in the 220-meter dash.
1 Tolan, grabbed by the Redbirds Davenport has back-to-back counts most Is the path to Mexico --
b Saudi
)
we Arabia in the draft after the 13.3 clacking to his credit in City for the 1968 Olympicsand Jesus Aloo
.
speedster played the 1963 season his last two outlnp.Co11Jeumr.lay. a gold medal a distinction and with
C) Egyptd came up a guy nobody -
him in 1964 In
) Israel at Reno, hasn't bloomed -i7 and the AAU championships which escaped ever before would have

fully but the 21-year-old I with, and both McCullough and Tokyo because of an Injury .chosen as a leadoff batter.
the last three years
well that batting
shapes up so Alou.Alou.
coach Dick: Sisler regards Urn the Pirates, winning 18, then
4 CenteV\ fielder, Willie Mays. as a good shot for the super 17, then 16, he still is the fire- Banks Could Get had been hitting in the
No. t until
who often loses his cap "A b tier and the big gun in the spot the change.At .
player.
making the big ply, is a: rating: complete Pirates' rotation as they make Honors various times, he was penciled -
A rare-breed, being a complete Comeback in as the sixth or seventh
San FranCisco but Tolan hits for their run for the pennant this ,
a) player,
hitter in the Giants
Ernie Banks line-up.
regarded u
CHICAGO 1966 some people
Giant
power, hits for good average Writers hard t hill and to hang 'em His credentials in no way
have found It an aging athlete who was over the ready
b) New York well Celdawellatdthrows
Yankee runs to interview Veale sometimesbecause up. But when the comparlslons of the 1968 and 1967 National qualified him for leadoff He

. it c) Atlanta ,excellently.Sisler isn't. at' all concernedwith he prefers to talk about S' League season, Banks will be regarded as one of most aggressive is a badball hitter and be regards

Brave Tolan's speed for be continually Vernon Law. He looks upon Law and active oldsters the game has ever known. getting on base by walking
as sort of Indecent. In 110
d) Cleveland ran wild on the bases as his personal hero. finish in 1968U of rookies playing very wen
I After his last
strong games season, Jesus
IndianANSWERSj for the Cardinals' Jacksonville "Law is the finest inspiration _1'I I { PIng and 50 but players like Banks, Ron ,
and ( of his 15 homers, walked only nine times, for
and Tulsa farm clubs Pre ever" had as a man an 7ft walks and stealing 26 bases He played second base. of the 75 RBIs came in the second Santo and Billy Williams provide example. To go further Into

"Bob has exceptionally good athlete, Veale emphasised.known In 1961 Tommy trained with the Reds ((00 the Varsity roster) half of the season), Banks the right blend ob balance history, Alou, up to that fateful

I I r(e-; : ) : ) ;( ) Judgement on the bases,"Slsler, "As an athlete, he has possible before going to Topeka His .324 batting mark, 15 homers and sought absolutely nothing outside from their vast experience. May 14, 196'7, bad performed
said. Fielding has been no problem the highest success what its a league-leading 136 walks were instrumental in his being of total victory for himself Ernie,has proved that he still in 410 major leagues contests
1 I either.Slgnedforamodestci and be also knows of named "The Most Valuable Player in the Three-Eye League In 1967. belongs;: and there is no finerfeeling and waled 42 times

I Watch '-" .1 like to be" at the bottom for 1961." He led the league In runs ((131)), triples (00) and On paper, it didn't figure to be for a veteran because "I feel! more comfortable leading

: / : the ladder with a lame stolen bases ((31)). He was second: batting and topped second: an easy assignment. Especiallywhen 1 know what Pm talking about. ; off," ,Aloe sail "I don't f;

\ This Clown Veale In pitched his June 25 over the sackers in fielding with a mark of .963. his almost dally reading Pre been in that boat myself." have to try to hit behind a runner '

I ,.I elbow Wal- Despite only one full season in pro baseball, Harper openedup and listening displeasure nominated or bunt or all those things
96-73-57 Reds, but Manager Harry u the Reds' third baseman in 1962 after Gene Freese Bill Roberts
/ 'i' ker spotted it and took him Just about everybody a man lower In the order must

13-16-6S' I .. .... out in the seventh Inning.Early suffered his ankle injury In spring training. but Mayor Richard Daley as the do to help."
; .. Veale beat the However when Manager Hutchinson felt the youngster was Cubs' new first baseman There was deep thinking behind -
',. 1'lIIt spring twohitternone pressing a little he was sent to San'Diego on Z4-bourrcI Many others have tried, but Picks Wiwr the move that placed Alou ,

'" l 4', : Chicago come CUDS after with the a third inning 'on'April: 15 after Lei apart ed in only six games. nobody ever has,1*enable to 'I f' DAYTONA BEACH''CaleYarbourough's at the (op'of the lineup cud '
Tommy tore the Coast with a ,333 bat figure. sincere i
1' trim Texan's There
the third and match the in the were others the startIng -
between
3' 6-1. Yet, Veale was having He hit 26 homers, stole 22 bases had 24 doubles and eight regard and respect for baseball victory International nine who had led cif, Hal
1 9 : fourth Innings, triples along with 84 runs-batted-ln. Harper led the Coast Cubs in Firecracker 400 at Daytona
So he went to the bullpen in general and the July LanIer, Fuentes and occasionally :
trouble. in field and with league in scoring runs (020)) and bases on balls ((105)) and was particular. Ernie always has Speedway the on Pure Davenport But LanIer and
in
211-73'-51 out right 4 first place
, elected to the All-Star team as the third baseman treated the bat boy with the gave Fuentes hadn't quite made it
his side
I King standing by Oil Racelng Panel of Experts
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cethis same courtesy he has extended and Davenport wasn't playing
663235Saidetl started pitching again to poll on the rich stock car event
rhythm restored."I Hank Aaron Bid Phil Wrigley the Cubs' owner to Bill Roberta every day.

proud of what and Banks' foremost supporter. of eight As leadoff Jesus
was more Roberts was one a man re
ies Hes Up,Sometimes lobby Tolan Veale did that day then any, For Triple Crown Last March, when the Cubs Panelists who had picked Yarborough laxedandswingingfreelyaveraged ,I

He's Down, He Adds,Subtract!, other time. King said later. announced Banks had been givena to win but his estimate sea in his first 19
fie works It all around, bonus by the Pirate as a first "He had Less stuff than in ATLANTA-The Atlanta Braves have for themselves a new player-coach contract, of the winning speed games After his first 27 games I'I'I
baseman-pitcher Tolan already In Henry (Hank) Aaron. His bat has been sizzling they were merely respecUneWrlrleY'
super-star
three years, but be used evertpUcblne 149.111 m.pjt, was the closest at the top of the card his batting
88 49 1290MlNG'1'TRAC110NS. I has proved himself at the trick be knew to bring hot in their lineup the past two or three weeks. worlds that Ernie to Cale's true speed of 143. average was at .347 and now '
of
initial sack. Ne'sprogressedsofar assured
In the outfield that there'sno himself through." Denis Menke was asking about Hlatt. should always be within i 583 m.pji. Forty-three of the 484 over the season where
? "maximum security"
Veale said he sometimes get 160 were run under the before he was changed in the
laps
hesitation In playing him in Aaron a'few days ago. He was Over an 11-game stretch recently Bruin' family.
worked up at himself Then curious he collected 23 hits for caution flag which accountedfor lineup be was hitting at a .244
53 91-13 center field. He also has good to know what his Just what did the famous Mr.
arm. he starts firing don't bullets.like it Opposing but- average was at the time.Someone 46 at-bats while hitting safely Cub do to key his sensational the low speed. clip.insb'rance. ,
teams ,
MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED Tolan is a good man to send to do. "When I get told him Hank was hitting in every game. That's fantastic comeback of 1967 which produced
Pirates
the plate to pinch-hit. In his the Veale "only .335." Menke went on to .500 clip and gave Hank the 14 home runs,42 RBIs anda

first 15 at-bats in th e tough upset, I throw"I refer harder to, It as state that be would settle for' club hitting lead at .335. .315 average in hU first 61 With, .. -I

r, role of pinch -hitter he delivered explains ball.' an average like this for a sea Included among his hits was games? it's having every available policy
five times, twice with 'angry .son. the 2,500th of his career, a First of all Banks switched

I, '!'Mari'i Dayi are Numbered?-. doubles, for a .333 pace. Just ask the Giants'Juan Marl- single off the Phillies' Dick to using a 36-inch bat weighing then picking the one

Health and Fortune Can Tolan's power potential Is chal if Aaron Is running In a Farrell, June 12. 36 ounces: He reasoned this client best."' '
Bursitis--- that suits
,Yours When You Know good, too. In his first 77 at-bats game against the Giants, Junel1 "I'd say he has a good chance lighter weapon provided starter ,your ,
Bt.1
Lucky Days this season, he clicked at a Aaron had four bits and at the Triple Crown," said and fuller swing.

.321 pace with nine extra-base Joints Need stole three bases. Billy Hitchcock "But I know "I wanted to speed up my

iLucky: Colors, etc. I Il blows among his 23 nits. And According to his code of "1 one thing,Hank's play has really swing and I figured the Ugtber
%nd $2.00 for your '** be had driven In 17 runs. don't steal bases Just to be given the club a shot in the arm. model would be helpful," Banks, e With gins..U's what

l, Horoscope, Guide for Slsler and Manager Red stealing a base," Aaron's He has done evarthlng a man said after his No. 9 999 declaration suits taste best. I pickedGordon's
, JULYFill Schoendlenst have been especially Special Care thefts were timely and, Indeed, can do these last few days." that "the dubs are I your

Impressed by Tolan's meant the difference In the It seems he does better when going to win the pennant. I find it smoother

In -the blank below and determination. The lefthanded game particularly his third' goaded, intentionally or otherwise Banks never played a better mixer.99rrC&Ta
and
mall to ZODIAC, Post Office swinger regularly gets to the one. first base, and his productive drier a great
Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fin part at 3 p.m. when the team Sometimes It's "houscmsld's That happened in the tenth For example, there was that hitting keyed his fastest start
is at home He has Dave knee." Or "pollcerosn's heel.* inning of the pitching duel between thing where Braves' announcer since be won successive MVP

r NAME 1 Rlcketts throw in batting practice By any other name ire still Maricbal and the Brave's Milo Hamilton compared Aaron awards in'1958 and 1959. i msodaw vra's.sarsae"e.,1"naryAta, .. p+pahorsnn o'ewmeN
STREET 1 until a couple of basketsof bunitis and It U one of manktnd'emore Danny Lemaster.The score was'' and the Pirates' Roberto Cle- Dodger coach JImGllllamUld ._n..In-av' as r Ana Sans'Cones.n-c.w.Ay Mnp."w.....,w.......... .c

DATE OF BIRTH- baseball containing about painful and disabling ail tied at 3-3 when Aaron led off. mente and mentioned passing during a recent trip to Wrigley

Mo. Diy I 50 baseballs each, are ended menU.BunitII, says the American ;with a angle.Immediately. that Clemente was the All-Star Field, '1 dislike talking about e ......,' + t" .
Medial Association, means inflammation be swiped! second right !fielder: last season, with the enemy, but one must give :.". r. ,11"s s.re. ",\" I
of a lubricating sac base easily Then, an out and a ,Aaron shifting to left. credit where credit Is due and "

about a Joint The sac, called a ,walk later, be scored as a. Aaron tooL U u a personalaffront this has to be Ernie's most : i;.;: !
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