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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Additional Physical Form:
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 29, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00470

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Reliable sources revealed this

WITH week that Jacksonville Negro,
EMBEZZLEMENT Sam Jones who petitioned GOT.

Claude Kirk not to let the Leg
islature start rewriting the
**** ** State Constitution, threatening

Urhin Renewil : "Griffin a lawsuit,. is ready to make
SCLC Aide Says Ben D. good his threat.

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!I. EHhezzleMent Rap Brown Coming School's-former Just principal Junior High suspended -

DAYTONA BEACH- Urban in May after an alleged

renewal official erf a multi- fund shortage, will ha veto teach, r. .. ... .._ -- --

mllllon dollar project was Use Of Chyrch Not DefiniteAs this coming In the public fall If be school Is to.remain DETROIT-The gutted remains of buildings (left) attest to the destruction caused by three
charged with grand larceny .tsIJ' days of rioting la Detroit's west side A service station continues to burn (right) pouring
embezzlement and accepting smoke and flames onto the structures At least 30 persons have been killed and more than
unauthorised payments. Rev. Chafes! Crosby Ponders a thousand Injured in the three days of violence, most Negroes Several Negroes also saw

James F. Daniels, 43, a relocation their homes go up In flames. (UPITELEPHOTC)

I the program adjustment was charged officer with in Local Law Enforcement Units ,


receiving from$983 In payments allegedklckbacks due- Reported On Alert For ActionThere : :< Dixie Senators MiHlian Named

owners forced to move from .
I
their homes In which five warrants is some doubt as to whether Stokely Carmichael, SAM JONES
Eastern
were issued him, according the "Black Power advocate will be on band for the announced Ii' Hostess a District president of the
to State Attorney Dan rally being sponsored by the Jacksonville Southern Grilling Marshall Florida Voters League Intends
Warren. to file a suit in the UA District -
Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) on August 9. But, ,
Daniels is the former president "1t'. a cur thing"' H. Rap Brown, Stokely fire-brand Court seeking an tnjuction

of the NAACP. side-kick is coming Levy Wilcox, executlvV secretary of .. .\. ,., against convening the legislature -
Warren; who announced July "."'" e\t. for revision of the State
the local SCLC, said "Unless, be added, "they,put him In. (I. ( Reveals Guilt '
13 that "certalnlrregularltla. Jail again,' or something like that." per. : >- ,Constitution.
In the under Investigation Suet petition to die'
program were convene
% The announcement last week WUcoi stated that attempts to 4rieS. .
said' the probe that Carmichael and Brown are reach the preacher proved WAS lINGTO -- PI-TII' grilling of Thurgood Marshall, Constitutional Court would
would continue and that: additional due In Jacksonville for a rally fruitless. BEN !f. GRIFFIN (& Supreme Court appointee, by U.S. Senators from Dixie mean that Jones will 1 be bringingsuit '

charges were to havebeen caused i stir' of, uneasiness When contacted by a reporter tem. has revealed their own feelings of guilt about Southern mistreatment against every member of
filed earlier this week. the Senate member of
did of the Negro every
Crosby said be. not know'ther Ben D. Griffin, a principal ,
The warrants Peace the of
signed .House Representativesas
he permissionfor for 28 was reassigned
years
gave
Justice Charles Luke noted that Marshall to be their of co-defendants with Secretary
was expected more of own feelings
the use of his church for last week by the County School
Daniels was responsible In his the Stokely-Brown-SCLC rally Board. Tbe ruling came after approved by the U.s. Senates Inadequacy and guilt than anything of the State Tom Adams and

Job for computing location or not. He Indicated that be the State Attorney's office reported .. part of a deal that no clvflrights else. GOT. Kirk .
compensation due Individualswhose missing legislation would be pastod Sen. Eastland, who is baron Jones has let It be known that
gave permission without know- finding ho money
homes were taken over of their this year,Dixie Senators of an area of Mississippi where N he feels that the present legislature
log what exactly: the nature during Investigation.
In the federally-financed but the event. His only stipulation, School Superintendent Ray nevertheless, sought to make Negro continue to live under Is unconstitutionally apportioned
city-administered program.It be said, was that the church mood Shelton made the recom- propaganda capital out of their feudal conditions of virtual i and that under the
is alleged that Daniels kept Marshall hearings hard plan which affected in February -
could not be used for healers mendation for Griffin's reas- questioning of slavery and peonage, was was
some of.the money which was of the Senate Judiciary ly the person to ask Marshall Negroes are preventedfrom
and blessers. slgment u a teacher MBS
due to the owners, all of whom Griffin Committee. whether he was prejudiced RUBY GENE WILLIAMS being elected to the leg
Brown was arrested last Tuesday who holds a masters
are Negroes.The _i. by FBI agents on the stepsof degree from the University of But the questions were boom- against whites.Yet AQtBIRD Charming Ruby islature.An .
Investigation was startedat and is eranglng- nd revealing their be asked the question-, Gene Williams who recently unsuccessful candidate for
the federal courthouse b1A1w.ndr1a Michigan certified to
the request of Mayor Owen ...- Va., police on a teach Math, English and Social own feelings of shame about and thus disclosed his feelings completed tralnln at the Eastern the Senate, Jones points to the
Eubank after a routine city REV.. CJ.CROSBY fugitive warrant. Studies, said be was "very Southern treatment of Negro of guilt about his area's own Airlines Stewardess Academy: fact that the legislature com-
audit uncovered is seen bere.GracluaUne. posed of 167 officers does not
Irregularities among Negroes u well u Police said they were bolding happy" with the recommendation. citizens. prejudices
Warren said. whites who are concerned that Brown, 23-year-old direc- He win receive about According to psychologist And Sen. Thurmond, of South with "flyingcolors" have a single Negro among the
A previous federal audit gave the presence of the pair could tor tot the Student Nonviolent $2,000 in back pay. can learn what a man thinks Carolina was hardly in a posl- ,Miss Williams will fly 167 despite the fact that more
the program a.clean bill of incite violence Coordinating Committee, Griffin added that be was supplied about himself from what he routes covering entire East than one-sixth of the State'.

health Civic groups and other Interested (SNCC) for Maryland authorities a list of vacancies at criticizes or questions in ern system population and one seventh of
"We have subpoenaed a number citizens nave reportedly on charge of Incltment several Junior and senior high others. This Is called "trans A former receptionist at Glamour the State's registered votersare

of witnesses and will take, conferred with Mayor Hans to riot and arson. schools, of of which are predominantly ference"-the displacement of Studios In Miami, the of the Negro race
.testimony form others" Warren Tanzler regarding the possibility He was released under$10,000 white "I could retire Intolerable feelings onto someone newly appointed airline stewardess Duval County Is another example .
said. else is a graduate of North- where Negroes art denied
of untoward cltuatlon
an bond hours later now but at reduced pension,
developing Sheriff Dale Carson Brown Is accused of triggering or I could teach at a reduced And thus, the sort of question- western High School.Council representation. Approximately -

Cirnicheil To has expressed concern and has the riot at Cambridge, level of income and retire lug to which Marshall was subjected 38,000 Negro voters
called a meeting with citizens Md., Monday night and the later," Griffin said. can offer a kind of psychoanalysis Seat are swamped by l OOOO.-blte
to discuss methods offsetting of the Senators voters with the result that-
burning of the Pine Street '
Attend Criifl any possible outbreaks. Elementary School and other Riviera Bcb. Lawyer from Dixie. Sought By NegroDELRAY there I is not a single Negro
Reliable sources revealed this buildings. For example: Sen. James 0. among the U-member Duval

week that steps are being takento The Alexandria police dragged Eastland (D.-Mass..), asked BEACH-A Delray delegation
Leftist alert law enforcement the mustached Student Named To JudgeshipRIVIERA Marshall whether Ms years of Beach Negro has filed to be Sam Jones offered as a candidate -
MeetingAccording civil rights advocacy !had prejudiced a candidate for city council for the State Senate in
BEACH, Fla.- \ A Negro j judge was appointed d the South. scheduled for Dec. 5, accord- Planned District of Duval
: to Radio Havana in Riviera Beach, and a Negro Marshall answered that It !had THURGOOD MARSHALL Ing to acting City Manager County leached onto by four #
American Black Power spokesman ; policeman was hired in not-wltt 'one unspecified exception. tlon to question Marshall on Robert Worthing. other counties with a weighted

Stokely Carmichael plant $ Fairfax county, Va. ? fine points of Constitutional w. Ode Franklin Youngblood, 62, white vote and although/ Jonu
to attend the meeting of the Sen. Thurmond of South Caro- The Senator comes from a carried ,.iIof the precincts
EE In Riviera Beach, Arty. Ed- of NW 6tb Ave., a former edu-
Communist Latin American : ward Rodgers became substitute lina sought to play school teacher *- state where educational achievement cator, is the only person to containing Negro voters In concentration
(OLAS .
Solidarity Organization ) both whites
Judge of the municipal u he led Marshall through among have formally filed u a can- the second highestman
The Castrolst Conference willdraw court an hour ct questioning on the and Negroes is exceptionally didate for the post, and is in these districts was ,o
which opens July JL and Rodgers, who recently resign' fine points of Constitutional law. low, perhaps lowest in the coun believed to be the only Negro nominated In tile first piin fry

leftist awl Communist o ,1e ed u assistant prosecutor Even more revealing, Sen. try. to file for an elective post here. u the white tide of votirs
delegate from throughout the the first Thurmond asked Marshall Thurmond, who himself probably He Is contending for one of from the other four voters from
Negro to serve U
hemisphere, Is aimed at did not know the answers the other four-fifth of the five
assistant several times whether be would1ntei'p two seats that will be vacated
solicitor In
spurring guerrilla .. county to his questions, was la effect: seated
Senate district
even Palm Beach County. et the Constitution according by expiration terms of City poured
theme Is that "the duty of his
trying to project state'sown la.
He is a graduate of Howard to the Intent of its Councilman Leroy Croft and
revolutionary Is to make revolution. -
University and the Florida AIM framers, u reflected In their ignorance onto Marshall George Talbot, Ir, Although Jones was successful -
.
But he did not succeed the
u
Law speeches: and wrlt1nr.Manban's The candidate was born in
School. In
Carmichael will attend the an area containinga
Supreme Court appointee answered -
In Fairfax county which borders answer' Legislative Delray Beach and held various one-fifth of tbe five
meeting' u an observer according most of his questions man
.. Washington D. C. Put history U relevant but not educational postion in Florida District's be
to the) Cuban radio. In asking Marshall whether he population caw
Before London Carmichael CINCINNATI Christopher: Stokes, 26, was controlling and the Constitution and elsewhere for 20 years, all five successful candidates
leaving Ohio-V. Rap Brown, national director of(be would Interpret the Constitution
'confirmed Us plans Student non-violent Coordinating Committee, confronts police placed on the county police "living must document be Interpreted" u a according to the intent of its and real is estate presently a barber and without a Negro, to Jones detriment -
to attend the OLAS meeting. and asked them to leave his conference department's 2S7-man force salesman thus making: (the Negro
press June IS, policeohlt Sen. framers, Sen. Thurmond was In
Sam Ervln (D.- the 19301< he
Carmichael London on last d and left Pvt. Stokes has five years'experience J. Jr., perhaps revealing his guilty was a principal voters ballot worthless in that
N.C.) self-consciously asserted at Melbourne Vocational
i Monday for Prague amid reports -inches to coPe with out- as a member of about Dixie's District.
., any Noa- loleot CourdlnaUag Committee the Richmond ed that would have supported feelings own use High School and Boynton Junior
(Va.) department
police -
he would continue on
b..1tI. leader down the stepsof of the Constitution to keep Negroes -
William N. Hustle of High School.
one
Hanoi. His departure after .L Up to last Thursday howaver the federal courthouse after which awarded him in physical bondage and
the
days of speeches In He jro areas the location: of the racy seemeeilndepmue he and a small band of followers 10 commendations Because of Appeals third Vf. Circuit Court Court of economic slavery Fire lomhing Arouses Fear I
his u Supreme I''
experience he will not have
semi-official reports
came u despite the announcement challenged the officersto Justice And the hlgh-nJnded professions -
called for his de.partallc that It would be arrest him lie was in to undergo tralnlsg u rookie. And San of color-blindness by
"We are going to be reunited held at Trinity Baptist Church, the midst of a speech to newsmen ( John L. McCleUanD Sens. Ervln and McClellan A Ore bombing of a local According: to 1Ii-. Warren the r
with yon In 1 Havana becausewe Jefferson and Duval Streets, of to the effect that be no objection that "I have easily disclosed their self-consciousness whiskey store on last Tuesday manager of tbe bar and package I
((to Marshall!) from store stated the bombs
drink the victory is night aroused fears that were
,
Cubes which Rev Charles Crosby Is could not be arrested on federal i the In coming from
M standpoint of his being a tossed the window
through by
our victory and the courage of pastor. property Negro" areas where color distinctions It could have been a forerunner
tilt Cuban people Inspires our Tbe SCLC Levy Wilcox said Some. remain matters of state law. of violence here In unknown parties.
right" the radio quoted Car- that !tter giving permission for, The SNCC leader was taken vent of tile Senators soughtto The Dixie Senators, evidently Jacksonville There wu no one on the scene

mlchael u saying. the :wi of the church,''Hay to the brick colonial Alexandria the Supreme their frustration over thoujW they were standing up The Tip-Top Par, 919 Davis who could give any kind of description -

Delegates/ from 27 countriesand Crosby later suggested ihat they Police Departmentwhich rulings that have Courts dismantledthe liberal for the "Southern way of life"In St., had a plate glass window call of the gnillty parties.The .
wasanswered
territories are expected sit down anddiscusethematter. Is in a predominantly I giving Marshall a hard timeat broken by two fire bombs that by the
legal
edifice Fire
for the .nine-day conference But up to Thursday morning Negro nelpboa'bood.t 4 But essentially segregation.they revealed the hearing were tossed. Marshall la car 39.and police officers nt



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THE FLORIDA STAR To Be Equal


NEWS
,BY WHITNEY U. YOUNG, JR.

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company ANOTHER LONG ROT SUMMER

,
Again, many America cities have been Urn by rioting
?d E"M 1fB" It's the same old story-the Intolerable living conditions lathe
WYVA 0! k, wtov H 11 1e ghettos create a feeling of powerlessness and anger
.w lcb efdpts over an Incident which symbolizes to the ghettodweller
NEGRO1 P 010NAL, how little importance la attached to his needs
".a 'and his dignity.
1 :I'bt' reason 'for riots is noty
M'\ -Jt to obvious to anyone who has

ERIC 0 SIMPSON'-- Miiifiil Editor r e >tlvH:*tth. leadersut th blind hear and with.deaf But when acUators.I

IA tojhe Negro's Just grievances

RILBA IOOTEK CifCililiii Miiifir They say "it can't happen here"
.U does. they blame it on outside
That's 'a lot of nonsense. Little evidence has been produced
to prove that outsiders cause riots, but there is a lot
2323 Moicriif Road .Phil Elfli 4-S7I2 of evidence to prove that every American city 11 a poten,
tlal tlnderbox because of ghetto conditions.
Moiling Address But the "outside agitator" tteory is so strong that Congress
seems to U determined topassablll making it a federal crimeto
P.O. Bn 581 lichiiTlllt, Florida 32211 cross a state line with "intent to Incite street violence and
,rioting" This is one of those medicines that is more poisonous -
than the disease. Besides being cf constitutionality,
MIAMI OFFICE history shows that such laws are usually used against Ilgtti-
mate dissenters. Who 1s to say what constitutes "Intent" or'
SOU NV 7th All. Phon 751-3875 what language "incites" violence? *

But It is far easier to legislate against imaginary causes
SUBSCRIPTION RATES than it is to deal with real ones. The very real problem which

a One Year. $6.00 Half Year. $4.00 cause riots-racial discrimination in Jobs, housing, and otttrareas
can't be ignored. So long as they are, riots win be
Mailed to You. Anywhere in the United states 'I-
a part of American summers
Subscription payable in advance
that riots are When
I have said over and over again wrong
Send check or Money 'order 'to: they occur they must be put down Immediately, but without
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 the indiscriminate shooting of innocent people, as happened

Jacksonville 1, Florida in Newark. The snipers apparently got away, but the woman
at the window and the child in the street were killed.
Throwing a brick and looting a store are criminal acts.

I Need For Escapefroof Prisons SELF-DEVELOPMENT But they must be seen in the context of the more subtle
crimes which dally victimize Negro citizens locked into

racial ghettos
Three men, probably with mental prob rI ---------------------------- ---. These are the crimes of rent gouging by slumlords, consumer

lems, recently set fire to a locked prison I fradus, deliberate mlseducatton of ghetto youth, exclusion -
barrack killing themselves 35 other from decent housing on the basis of race, refusalto
allow Negroes Into Jobs, unions, and training: programs,
inmates. One of the Earl Hoffman
men. YOUR Weekly I II unwarranted police roughness, and countless others.
was serving a two-year sentence for rob- I I These are the crimes wile the Negro feels and suffers from

bing his Tallahassee employer last fall. every day, but which the larger society seems willing to ignore
I
One of the alleged arsonists was Joseph I II We might almost say that the greatest crime of all is indifference -

Wynder 31, a.first offender sentencedfor -not caring that millions are condemned to poverty
I and discrimination due to race,in spite of the ideals of equality.
three counts of grand oarceny. I I Horoscope Guide i which America professes

Two of the three men had escaped from Until these causes of ghetto misery are eliminated, we seed

prison at one time or another. :**** ****, condemned to violent outbursts In the ghetto. After the Watts!
Earl Hoffman it is alleged, was aggres- riots in 1965, the McCone Commission said that"revolufioary'change"
sive and belligerent toward authority and I\ By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I is needed the ghetto. But that hasn't happened The*
problem today Is that the ghetto dweller sees no change aEail
to
quick
According to
anger. testimony, I in his condition.
toilet tissue was used to start the bar- t The riots are being used as an excuse to continue the discriminatory -
rack fire. t "i. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR practices which really cause them. This makes

With such dangerous prisoners as the I II no sense America must come to realize that riots are the

three men described anyone who can devise I acts of relatively few people driven to desperation and anger

better means of preventing the escape off .1 BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I by The miserable overwhelming living conditions.masses of Negro citizens who have, borne

e 1 o'n s will be rendering a distinct I the evils of discrimination: with patience and loyalty should

service. a.. not be made to suffer for the acts of handful who have
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The periodic escape of criminals constitute .faith In a system which has continually exploited them. The
a volatile and dangerous situation : CAREER LIBRA WRICK* challenge.' to'America:.. not to see how quickly the National
ARKS ; .. .
( ,. .
.Guard ,can th&streetaof.ourcltieebutto
bemobilizedJn
in Florida and anywhere ';eI8e. Some* ". : ijfiuv ;;: -' BORN'DEt: "
BORN JUNE "SEPT.23.0CT. see how quickly we can mobilize ttw Institution! our society!
BORN
of these :; .
people break in stores, steal BORN MARCH to effect changes in intolerable living conditions and bring

automobiles and kill or kidnap citizens 23rd 22od-JAN. .))9tl fresh hope and advances to those so long denied a fair share dour
in their efforts to escape. 2Ith:APRIL IJtfc. 22. JULY 22 national life.
You must ask Something the
Meet Do not missa ,
Maybe, we should'not employ the term We live only once. While Can- everybody.
The moment Is now If as opening to meet some- best way to obtain quick answers
single
"felon" The respected banker can pleased with occupation as can cerlans as a whole are con- one who could assume a role is to go right othe source.
sidered models of
become a felon by diverting to his own possibly be, and equally con- they possess a strong domesticity urge to, of importance in the unfoldingof Your friends and associates THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy
tent with the remuneration then also quite capable of
appear
use a certain quantity of the bank's travel and to see strange destiny. At the start, this
funds. This is very reprehensible on nothing but the nature or demands places This adds to the plea- may be Important in view of enlightening one regarding
of duties should keep one travel, religion social amenities -
and activities
his part but he is not the kind to kill sure of going back home some career gainful
from going ahead with vacation since this is the natural Llbrans may somehow be placed or anything else that he CLANZEL BROWN, JR.
to escape and to become a cheap bandit projects. But should the contrary day in contact with individuals or or she might like to know
once he is at liberty.On be the case, this maybe carving of left many their who have previously ha- groups enabling you to accepta Distant interests are under;ood This week's column is dedicated to one of the sincere,
the the propitious moment to original of and to auspices as well. The Capri- dedicated and qualified men who worked in the Jacksonville
other position Importance
hand this
can hardly be intensify the search for something bitat. Perhaps It would be preferable add to earned income. The possibility cornlans who already are located community for approximately four years In the area of human
said 'of the felon and
to consider short
who has been convicted better. Allans who have of a strong and lasting In or touring foreign lands development The entire community suffered a great loss
of wounding' another person in an armed exceptional skills shouts have delightful trips rather than friendship developing also should certainly find what they when Lewis J. Carter, in accepted a more demanding position
robbery or of shooting a policeman trying no qualms about finding organization others distances.that take one to great in the picture and it should not are after and even more. Some with the Justice Department.

to arrest him on a minor charge.In willing and anxious to be dismissed as an Idle dream, who now are under the impression Carter was one of the most resourceful me
other words there secure their services 11068-15-318 even if already having established that it may 'be time to in Jacksonville in the social work area. IDa
are dangerous 68-13 598 ties. come back home, especially ability to plan programs, articulate and assess
felons $ 10- -
and non-dangerous felons, and it to protect vital Interests,should the needs of the community sociologically In [I
makes sense to increase security which TAURUS LEO'BORN 8-20-77-15-954 take up the question after the my estimation, is unequaled. As I think d his

separates dangerous felons from the 5th. awareness, his communicative skills and his I

general public. BORN APRIL JULY.23r'.AUS. ., {-80 -89-18-381 exceptionally humane perceptiveness, I shudderat
SCORPIO the terrlc loss to this cltv.
22id
Just to mention a few db1a contributions to Jacksonville.
'2Ot h MAT 20th It's up to you. Whatever Is BORN OCT. 'AQUARIUS 1) A rebirth of the Urban League movement under his administration

SNCC's Counsel Doesn't Hold WaterA Directions change. It Is In the done in the way of buying or as Executive Director; 2) Under Carter's ad-
nature d Taureans In generalto selling should not be publicized Mh.NOT. 22nd IOn.JAR.. ministration the Urban League sponsored an Anti-Poverty
student chapter of Just now. There are some Conference in Jacksonville to dramatize the to
SNCC civil rights establish a base, a program Love and be loved. There is poverty and
organization kn PAMU'' campus, is sending of activity, and a slate of ambitious who may try to make capitalout little doubt! that when showingan 20thFEB.. 18th help marshall this community into a total effort to erradlcate
letters protesting the University's objectives to which they of gains by questioning mo interest in some one that the Nothing's easy All should poverty in this city This Conference was one of the eanslUve -
pro
tires for reasons that seem factors that led to the birth ol the Greater Jacksonville
can adhere to the letter. While feeling is reciprocated. There ceed
to
mandatory Reserve according plan for the
officer's Training clouded Intentionally or other- Economic Opportunity Inc. (better (known 0.3.EOour
u
this has its advantages, there fore, shoud Scorpios
genuinely of this
greater part first
Program to Governor Kirk state wise. The point is that !If quarter local
legis- are times when greater flexibility one be attracted to someone in There seems to be plenty anti-poverty program), Carter also served as Deputy
lators, and the Board of Regents.The may be required to keepup an carry out his projects as social circles, the natural thing d constructive work for Director for this program after leaving the Urban League.
FAMU chapter of SNCC feels that the with fast-moving world and profitably as planned or desired to do seems to let the person Aquarians to do, with the many rewards But If we are to really pay tribute to the man, we must look
this may enable him know at him U one of the new breed of Negro who has some de
social Those who in
should be developments. writing
J program elective on the grounds or her to set the for or, preferably coming in the forms of finite
up stage feelings and !
self worth
that love, or who are associated In person. This is especially a higher status and an
it teaches us to kill our brothersin future achievements of note. a stronger <- feelings about his relationshiptomankind as be attempts to
with In be cogent In the
one anyway, may case of financial position.This could
Asia Africa and Make use of collaborators help
Latin America in who reshape our social system
trying to impress the oece.s1tJof any who are to
traveling' and also give one's shot in the
their struggles for self-determination. revision whole outlook and have proven themselves capable from distant points. Many will arm and instill ego ideas These are a few of his beliefs about social changes It

Before giving the SNCC chapter a sup- adapting self to the pace and organizers, administrators probably have to be back in bead that could be on the lnyour ambitious relates to the Negro: He has said to me many times that the'
and practical-minded In- first task !In
demands of modern existence. the saddle action to equalize the life chances of the Negro
porting yell, let us examine the position One by or shortly after side The one precaution -,
dividuals. can take first and other
disadvantaged minorities must be the moUllzatlon !-
of the -77-14-893 the 3th., While at first sight that should -
FAMU chapter.A ;, -80 not fail to
place as a leader or knight In this of constructive social power. Secondly, the Negro must
loyal citizen Is duty-bound to supporthis shining armor for this !is the appealing may it not should appear not exactly take be taken is to consider all engage in a program of economic development the ability,

nation's military efforts no matter GEMINI part many Leos prefer and can lODger than ever before. projects important cane's chosen plans and ute to get Jobs; to become dispersed throughout the occupational

how he feels about fighting war. No male handle to perfection or business partner before hazarding structure with mobility in each occupational class; the ability -
citizen is BORN MAY 5-70-22-17-338: 3-40-44-19-755 to Influence vital centers of decision in regard to a more
more despicable than the one even the first step. equitable
allocation of economic resources, and a fair return
who refuses to shoulder arms .for his 1605418206''PISCU on the monies spent by Negroes
2lstJUNE 21st
country SUITTIlIUS Strengthening Negro family life is a prime need that Carter
However we are objecting to these Iflss nothing. This could be VIRGO has definite ideas on such u: the family can provide a con,

letters of petition for 'another sound just the right season, in cer- BORN AK.23rd filM MY.JJrMEC. tinuity of resources over a period of generations;2) the family
tain fields, to discover the right BORN FEB.UthMAR. ( ,provides the discipline in Negro families that sets up long
reason. Mandatory requriements that all opening one has been looking 21stIt's term
-SEPT, ;22id goats when sacrifices and hardships are necessary to'help
freshmen and sophomore males take ROTC for. Whether what one is after family members break the poverty cycle 3) the family
Inevitable Status in name ;
t'h'e'best is in the d housing or Be friendly. There may be 20th provides the
is one of 'things that way alone is not enough It simply channel for social adjustment and motivation
could happen to some Negro youths. The a new position, the planetary friends repeated with opportunities someone to who make is' costs money to uphold it in away Enjoy yourself This is by Carter expressed the critical need for political development
indications are equally favorable far the best quarter for the on a broad and massive scale to help the Negro close the
that convinces other that
makes them
training men who stand for unique and exciting It could
especially from the financial enjoyment of the seasonal activities cap that exists between Negro and white citizens. This can be
is its so-called
something, who can be counted upon to point of view The thing be a person to whom/ one can one enjoying at home or in vacation accomplished by voter registration campaigns constructiveuse
and Those ;
obey authority, to report to classes to do is to list whatever comesto offer much, and from whom be' who blessings are well-off privileges.enough not to re !-ts. The fun should of the ballot; disciplined 'use d elected official's InnDenc. -

promptly, to give respect wherever it is attention and to embark on or she deterred may sine learn. Do note have to prove their claims to it be doubled when it shared by .; the procurement of key Jobs in government; and wide
.a campaign of investigation to- because of fears,. the one to whom devotion may spread study of local and national issues the
due, to keep one's person clean and neat that this to every Tom, Dick and Harry by masses..
come with the best of lot may hamper future have been pledged for life In Ms new
up the who orb Job, Carter will work for the eradication of racial
really only ones
to are
pass inspection. There seems to be no particular development, for the contrary the rating. And ) other members of the familyIn 'discrimination.. Our best wishes to Lewis J. Carter in his;
Never for a moment should the ROTC pro- hurry about becoming appears to be the case There truly enjoy instances of many who are future endeavors.
others who can Just pack
committed irrevocably to are moments when you believe up aWl unwed. The lunar
gram be elective, because too many male'st'udents phase
suitcase and take departuresfor
would miss an opportunity that anyone or thing until after the that you should spend less and a distant points without that begins after the 5th fires
5th when the Moon will be save more. Listen to the suggestion the/aignal for the resumption '
!cannot' be matched anywhere. waxlang *pin. Cemlnlans four when the facts Justify having to render fortunate an account indeed.to d work for many Flscians. 'THIS WEEK. IN NEGRO HISTORYJuly
are
have a helpmate should ask following such a course, but anyone, If you are going back to an '
not when there U no Some sort of accounting may betaking 30, 1863 llenr Ford father of '
?
apparent
and accept advice that win aid old Job make it urgent business assembly line in the
BUY U.S. SAVING IONDS in arriving at sound decisionsor need for It. The best of qualities place In the lives of many to stick with it sine it manufacture of automobiles, and CM of the first to pay Negro
mating the proper ,choice.34077169M when carried to ezportl s. Saglttarlans. has the most to offer. workers equal: salaries for commensurate work; was bora.

'- -' 4.70-88-13-592 '2-50-88-17-; July 11, 1881 Slavery was abolished in Egypt.'ACE .

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last Mr.Frt and ky Mrs.night far Willie Upson Jr. (Willie left the c1tJ NOVAS CLUB People who are getting closeto Blat anniversary ANGELES-NPO convention of
Upsou a two week vacation TO MEET age 65 are asking bow and Alpha Phi -Alpha Fraternity,
Brn. N.Y are visiting Mr. and 1Ir. Palmer Jol nsoy The Nova S Social and Saving when to get Medicare. The Inc, will bi held Aug. 5-10( ,
the
sister and brotber-In-law of Mr. Upson Club will bold their regular
first part of the question is easy in the Statler-Hllton Hotel,with
weekly meeting In the home of to get In Medicare you mustmake Dr. Lionel B. Newsom, Atlanta
MISS RUBY THOMPSON VISITED BY BROTHERMr. Mr. David Way on Monday, an application. Unless the general president, presiding.
July Sl.Bentr. application is made there 1s no He will be assisted by vice
George Nobel Thompson and family of Philadelphia ftu, Richardson Is toe pre protection. This application not president Frank J. Ellis, Eastern -
were the house guest of his sister, Miss Ruby Thompson and silent only enrolls you in Medicare, ; W. Dewey Brazil, Southern -
family recently. CIVIC CLUB but is also a application for ; Billy Jones, Midwestern;
While here they were entertained by many old class matesof SPONSORS TEA ak retirement benefits. So when Ernest Wallace, Southwestern;
George Mr. Marie Wilson and Mr. Caspers Braham were I? retirement comes around, all and Oscar V. Little, Western
among them. The S-I Lincoln Civic Club the paper work is over,and Just The convention theme Is
Beach trips and sightseeing tours were made throughout the will sponsor an anniversary notify us and the monthly benefits "Quality Education for Responsible
state while they were here. tea Sunday July 30, at Joe are started. Remember Leadership./ "
returned by Jet to Philadelphia on last James Center, from 4-8 p.m. though, you don't have to retire Among the keynote addresses
evening declaring they had an enjoyable visit Leading talent of the city has AW to be under Medicare. members-of the nation's oldest -
been programmed to participate The second part of the question college Greek Letter fraternity -
..- In this gala affair, headed Is not so easy. The right organized by Negroeswill ..
by Mrs Sallye B. Uathis, City time to enroll Is In one of the hear will be from the
MRS. W.L. PRICHETTE AND SONS VISITS HERE Councilman of Ward 3. three months before your sixty Jonorable John W.E. Bowen,
Mrs Dora Brown Is the pre fifth birthday. This will insure of Columbus, Ohio, who will
Mrs. Walter 1.. Prltchette and sons of Atlanta, Ga, spent sldent.OWENS. your protection with the first deliver the anniversary address -
the past two weeks visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank day of your sixty-fifth birthday at the first business
F. Donaldson, Sr., and other relatives. 1LLINOIS LADIES CLUE month. Of course, you can signup session on Aug. 7; Dean Mar-
Wesley Mitchell, grand-son of Mr. and MM. Donaldson The Owens-Illinois Ladles ,, u the month you are sixty- tin Harvey, Southern University -
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has been here all summer with his grandparents and Mrs. Club will present their annual --'1- ------ -"- five, or in one of the three Baton Rouge, La.,who will

Wanda D. Mitchell d,Washington, D.C., the mother of young spiritual tea, Sunday, 3-6 p.m., months after your birthday, but conduct the memorial service
Mitchell, spent the past weekend here to Join in with the family In the Springfield Women Club, Uadora Smith presents actor Ronnie Eckstine with a life membership in popular L.A. by waiting you would lose from Raymond W. Cannon, a past
reunion 344 W. 17th St. night spot, Maverick's Flat, u Barbara Rhoades, star of "The Shakiest Gun In the West," one to six months protection.This general president the
.Tfaey were entertained by the Frank F. Donaldson's Jr., and A program has been arranged looks on.WEDDING. problem of when to enroll Founders' speaker; and Judge
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Alston aunt and uncle of Mrs. for entertainment and all is a little easier for folks who Myles A. Paige, a past gen
Prltchette and Mrs. Mitchell your start drawing benefits before eral president, will deliver the
clubs in the city are invited. .1] BELLS Retired AME Church Leader
they are 65. These would be fraternal address.A .
MRS CLAUDELL P. GAFFNEY AND DAUGHTER people who retired early and highlight will be the 61st
RETURNS TO NEW YORK DUNN'S TEMPLE PRAYEK BAND Woodrow John Clement Kaplan Succumbs In Atlanta Ga.. disabled people, for, two ex- anniversary banquet at which
The Dunn's Temple Prayer La.,21 and RocheUa Trotter amples. These folks will receive Dr. James E. Cheek, presi-
Urs. Claudell Polite Gatmey and daughter, Robin left the Band is holding a two weeks 811 Court D., 18. Funeral services will be held for at.Rev. Sherman L. Greeny, a enrollment card well dent, Shaw University, will be
city Sunday returning to New York after visiting her mother revival service at the Dunn's of Atlanta, at 1 p.m., Monday at the Big Bethel AME Church In before they are 65.They simply .the speaker, '
Urs. Mamie Polite, 1353 W. 23 St. Temple Prayer House, 1019 Benjamin Jerome Anthony 385 Atlanta. The Rt. Rev.H.nomu Primm,presiding AMI Bishopof complete the card indicating ,. ,11.1 .
Several barbecue cookouts and luncheons were given her by Brady St. Spruce St., 21 and Betty Webb California will deliver the eulogy.An whether they want Medical Insurance -
relatives, high school and college friends during her short All services will begin at 8JO 1220 W. 4th St., 16. additional service will be .. and send the card back Calendar EventsThe
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,stay in the city. p.m., and the speakers are held at Bethel AME Churchin Council of Churches of Christ; to .oc1a1.eeurit,.
Urs. Gaffney reported having had an enjoyable time. Bishop Everlena Dunn and Rev Willie Fred Coleman, 610 Lee Little Rock, Ark., at 11 a.m., Survivors Include his widow, For help In making your application -
Georgia Bell Jones. St., 21 and Sanda Jean Robinson Wednesday. The Rt Rev E. Mrs Callie Logan Greene of for any social security Rose of Sharon Bible Club
LPN,CONVENTION TO CONVENE An Ocean prayer service is 1122 Van Buren St., 17. C. Hatcher, present bishop of Atlanta; a daughter, Miss our office is at 400 W. will meet Sunday July 30 at 9
scheduled for July 30 at New Florida district, will give the Lillian Greene of Atlanta; and Ashley St, In Jacksonville. We p.m., in the home of Mrs.
Mrs Bernlta Sundar Miss Elizabeth UlUedge and Mrs Smyrna Beach. The bus will John Chandler, Jr., 312 Jefferson eulogy. Burial will be in Little a son Sherman L. GreeneJr are open weekdays from 8:30 Jennett Jurdon, 1740 W. 11th
Berneatha Perry win motor to St. Petersburg Fla., to attend leave from the followlngpolnts: St., 22 and Betty Jean Rock. of Washington, D.C., secretaryof a.m., to 4:30 p.m. We are open St.
the Seventeenth Annual Convention of Licensed Practical Kings Rd and Myrtle Ave, 8:30 Walker, 1225 W, 8th St., 19. Bishop Greene, a native of the church department of Saturday mornings'from 9:00 The president has asked all
Nurses u delegates. a.m., Kings Rd and Davis St, Mississippi, served as presidIng education. a.m., to noon. members to please be present.
Mrs. Terry and Miss! Ullledge are members of the Board of 8.45: a.m., and Welford Rd and Frederick Glenn Davis, 215 bishop of the llth Episcopal ****
Directors and Urs.Sundar serves as chaplain.The Carmichael Ave (Southslde), Park St., 20 and Delores Hudson District of the African
convention win be hosted by the Princess Martha Hotel. 9 am. Prince, 1467 Davis St, 18. Methodist Episcopal Church,
The public has been invited to which embraces Florida and the
ANNOUNCEMENT attend. Richard Emathew Stanglish, Bahamas, from 1957 until 1962.
TEA TIMEDistrict 2120 Run St., 33 and Faustlne His successor was Rev.
USHER BOARDTO Delols Gibson, 2120 Run St., William F. Ball, who became a'
MEET 19. presiding bishop of the Miss

8 of Zion Hope Baptist Usher Board 1 of Second Bap- issippi-Louisiana district In
will celebrate their annl tist Church will meet Thursday Louis Ross, 1064 Troyan St., 1964, when Bishop Hatcher was

verslty tea, Sunday, at Joe night August 3, at ( p.m., Van 25 and Buren Betty Mae Davis, 1220 named to the Florida eplcopate. NOTICEIn
James Community Center, 4-6 In the basement of the church. St., 26. Educatted at Morris Brown
p.m. Urs. Mary K. Heard is the College and Wilberforce University -
Some of the participants In- president. Freddie Lee Smith, 2216 Bishop Greene was
eludes Mrs Taft Cummings, Placeda St., 19 and Virginia consecrated bishop in 1930.
Mrs Sadie Rodes, Mrs Ruby MACEO TEMPLE 186 Copeland 2237 W. 1st St., 18. Prior to his death, he was In
Lewis 'and Urs. Drewuella TO MEET retirement.
Uostey. MURRIA WALLACE The Pride tf Maceo Temple Randy Jackson, 710 Venus During his stay .la Jacksonville the course of humanevents, !men !are. normallyInclined :
The: Mars St., 21 and Phyllis Denise he was chairman of the to avoid cpntroyersalpissues} However
public Is invited to at- slat:Mr*. Bill Wallace 186 will meet Thursday, August : ,
;Ur.
Sumpter, 2226 Whltner St. 17. board of trustees Edward
of
tend this gala affair' of Arlington; Georgia'announce 3rd. ; there tomes a time when every ,musttelhrm"stand ,
Waters and vice
College i
the engagement of their daughter The Daughter Ruler Mrs Willie Nick Barnes, 1702 W. silent of the World on some important issue. .Consolidation merits
Chase Morris to Rev Alvin Battle L James Is asking all 16th St., 39 and Delorls Ue- Conference At one time this kind of consideration. We. the undersigned

their annual fashion sponsor lawt- Leonard Jones, the son of Rev of will daughters be business to be present of vital as there Importance llnda Hampton, 1435 W. 33rd was a member of the pre-I. :feel that endorsement of Consolidation; is best for
F.W. Jones Sr..minster| SL, 36.WUUe. tive committee of the
tea at t the home of Ur.and Urs. the Historic Fountain Chapel dlcussed. every man.CONSOLIDATION.

C.C. Fossett on Magnolia St., AME Church of Jacksonville, Douglas Colley, Day YWCA Sponsors Arts '
Sunday 4-6 p.m., July 30. Florida. ton, Ohio, 30 and Doretha 't ,.
Narrator for this affair will The bride to be received her CHRISTIAN OBSERVES AID ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY Frances Walton, 543 Minnie And Crafts Program MEANS; n,<: I.r"" '
be Urs. Corlne Waters. education from Washington High St., 30.David.
The latest !in brlda, street School of Blakely, Coy and The Christian Aid Society 9 The A.L. Lewis Branch YWCAlIspoosor1nranArt.andCrafta
evening, back to school ant the groom to be attended Mat- of St. Stephens AME will observe 1. Eliminating duplication of services and helping
sports wear will be shown. thew W. Gilbert Jacksonville. their anniverslty Moo- Harvey, 3138 Brldler Program beginning July 31,1967 to close the gaps in services. ? :t';.
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Soloist for this affair will be The wedding will be an eventat day night at 8 p.m. St., 69 and Mary Frances San continuing through August 11, t -

Miss Junell Watklns. Fountain Chapel AME The speaker for the occasion ders, 1117 Steele Ct, 59. 1967. The program will be from 2. ,More efficient government.. \u/ ,,,
The public Is Invited to at- Church, Saturday, September will be Urs. Louise Genwrlghtand 9:00 a.m. to 12.00 noon daily. ,'
Cleve-
Cox 1309
James Jr. ,
tend. 16, 1967, at 6:45 p.m. a cordial Invitation has been There will be a fee of $1.00 buck '
land St. 35 and Juanlta Smith, 3. It stops passing.
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'I extended to the public.PALLBEARERS for the purchasing of crafts.
1309 Cleveland St. 26.
-- I I I The Program la open to child 4. Uniformity of administration in all departmentsof
SOCIETYTO Henry Lee ChappelL 2114 Cal- ren from 6-12 years of age government. I
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1? L John Rd., 27 and Mary Louise I I

< Urs.The Pallbearer Ella Rush Society will meet 18, McGriff, 1704 Wright Ave., 25. MOTEl 5. A dollar value for a dollar spent in taxes. ,I

ANNUAL Monday night at 7:30 p.m., at Johnny Thomas, 754W.Adams SUMMER RATES "
I Mt Olive Primitive Baptist St., 36 and Annie Ruth Hanker-' 12 rooms, Private bath $5.00 6. Better health and sanitation services.
Church basement sons 1544 W. Sod St., 26. 18 rooms, SemiprivateJ4.00
ClearanceSale The president has asked that 1/2 Day Rate $3.00 7. Provides for a guarantee of
all members be present and on Glenn LaVerne Sullivan, 1216 equal representation
for all ,
time. Tyler St, 20 and Vera Jean 5911 UJS.,Cor.;Edgewood Ave citizens, : "
Plckens, 1523 W. 31st St., 18. Phone 1640003Alway.Open I. ** *"f

OBSERVES SPIRITUAL YOUTH TEMPLE NIGHT We all -th.'I''I
AUgUr
urge voters to vote YES on,
The Peace Community Spiritual ,
CONSOLIDATION means PROGRESS., .
$ 788 and $088 Temple, 819 W. ChurchSt. ; :

., Elder Moss Davis pastor,
will observe Youth nlghtSunday
'July SO, at 8 p.m.CHRlSTWf.
215 LAURA "

SETS PROGRAMThe CLUB 7AE f', ,

United Christian Club VOIUe'5FINAL'
"WEED A PROFESSIONAL of Callahan is sponsoring a R.L.C. Williams Mrs 1'. Giniard C.B. McIntosh
spiritual program at the Pine Sam Jones Mrs W.W ScheU, Jr. Earl M. Johnson
Forest Community School on Mrs. Willie 1.. Dennis J.T.. Collier Launder J. Shaw
PHOTOGRAPHER"CALL the 5th Sunday night, July 30, Charles Simmons Ralph TIsdale Robert Ingram
at 7 p.m. Edward Barnes ,Emerson Jones O.LHlllmanMarion I
ONE OF FLORIDA* FORMOST The welcome address will Mrs. Carolyn Pollard Lewis J. Carter V. Young
come from Urs. G. White and Walter White H.H. Satterwhlte Mrs. SaHye Uathis
I Mrs E. Sheffield will respond Urs. Janette Johnson W.W SCMU, Jr. Rev. A.C. Chandler
PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR QUICK & Urs. Essie M. Thomas, a Rev. R.L. Rogers Joseph Gibson Rev. J.S. Johnson
member of Ut. Ararat Is scheduled Claniell T. Brown Rev. C.B.DaIler
EXPERT SERVICE. to be guest soloist; the
speaker programmed Is Ur.

LOW DISCOUNT RATES THESE MONTHSNews James B. Bryant principalof SUMMER
Bryant Academy, Yulee, Fla. Paid for by.CITIZENS FOR BETTER,GOVERNMENT Claude Yates, President
The public Is cordially Invitedto .,."
attend
Paper Coverage

Family Pictures FILM SHOWING SLATEDAT
Weddings & Reception UT. UORIAH CLEARANCE
Club Group Pictures

Deacon William Toombs will
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HUT( II THI III1111X6 Saturday July 29, at 8 p.m. SALE
The main feature is entitled
HIM) "Lincoln and Mercury New
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HIM CILII salem Baptist Church Mortgage
Burning" and a trip to Lake
t la I u Wales, Fla." 1/2 OFF
'0 Mrs Minerva York Is program
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I Annual Women's Day Celebration Scheduled ,For Mount Canaan BaptistWomen's I




Observance Masonic Celebration

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Set For Mt. Canaan Baptist a dL t 4 r CURCEWSST
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lit. Canaan Baptist'Church will observe their Annual Wo '
men's Day on Sunday, July 30, throughout the day, Rev.
J.M. Hatelton, pastor.

The services will get under Moss. She will be assisted In ; LUKE'BAPTIST
way with Sunday school beginning the service by Mrs. Betty Sunday services for St Luke will get underway with Sunday
at 9:30 a.m., with Mrs Blnkney and Gloria Stalllngs. school at 9:30 a.m. with the superintendent, Mr. Percy
Odessa Burgess guest superIntendent The Morning Star Prayer Baud Clarett and teachers in charge Rev. M.J. Trowell will review -
assisted by Mrs will lead the devotional hourat the lesson. '
Patsy Johnson and Mrs. Anna 7 p.m. The ushers from Mt. Morning worship is scheduled for 11 a.m., with devotional
Wells. Tabor and Redeem along with services led by the deacons. The Junior choir*and usher
,Eleven o'clock service will the choir from Varich will serve board will serve and the pastor will bring the message.
find the acting pastor in chargeof during the evening service. District 1 win observe it's anniversary at 4 p.m.Someot
the proceedings. Devotional Mrs. B.W. Williams is the the city's best talent has been programmed to entertain you.
service will be led by Mrs. scheduled speaker and *111 be Mr. Jimmie Weston is the president and will be assisted by
Mary Mobley and Mrs. E.M. Introduced by Mrs Josephine Deacon Walter Jackson.
Clark. Fields.
Mt. Salem Baptist Is sche- Fuest soloist for the evening FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST
duled to be the guest choir along will be Mlvlan Cherry. Services for Sunday will begin at 9:30: a.m., with the superintendent -
with Mrs. DruneUa Mosley ser The event will be chaired by in charge. .
I ving as guest soloist. The wel- Mrs. Willie Mae Foster and Morning worship Is scheduled to begin at 11:15: a.m.. with the
come address will come from Mrs. Mary Slater assisted by young people in charge of devotion, assisted by Deacon Slmms.
Mrs. IDes Wright respond to by Mrs. Inez Wright.Planners There will be an afterservlce program Sunday night In behalf -
Mrs. Ronnie Singleton. of Dual Day observance, sponsored by Mrs. Deborah
The speaker for the hour in Davis '
the person of Mrs. Helen Law- At 6:45 evening worship will begin with choir 2, gospel
rence will be introduced by Mrs. NamedTo chorus and usher board 3 serving The message will be
Alzeva McQueen. delivered by the pastor or his appointee. M
At 3 p.m., the speaker is NCCJ PostNEW Prayer meeting is scheduled for Tuesday night beginning
sched'pled to be Miss Harriett at 7:30 p.m.

YORK- Dr. J. Oscar
Antioch Baptist Lee, a long-time official 0( MT.OUVE PRIMITIVE BAPTISTMt.
Church services will begin with
the National Council of Olive Primitive Baptist
Hosts Meeting Churches and a member of Sunday school at 9:30: a.m., with Mrs. A.M. Frazier in charge,
New York City's Board of and the Rev. L.C. Rogers is the acting-pastor.
Antioch Baptist Church is Higher Education, was named On the fifth Sunday, the Deacon's Union will convene, all the
hosting the Ministers and Dea- national director of education members are asked to attend.
cons Union with the Duval County by the National Conference of Prayer meeting is scheduled for Tuesday night 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School and BYPU
He will 7 s
Christians and Jews.
b 9Y
,
Convention and the Women l
r BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
Auxiliary, this week. 1.assume his new post on Oct. v 1'1 .. ...goT Sunday School is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., with superIntendent
The session opened on last Director for program plann- CLEBRANTS-Members of Temple Lodge 340, Free and Jackson, Junior deacon, Lloyd Pearson, secretary and Charles Deacon Eugene Sawyer In charge along with Mrs.
Wednesday night and will continue ing of the NCC's Division of Accepted Masons who will celebrate the 61st Anniversaryof A. Smith, warden. Standing are Glen Peek, Willie Allen, Sadie Fedd and Mrs. Llllie Webbert
through Sunday, July 30. Christian Life and Mission the lodge Sunday, July 30 at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church James Brundage, Claron Jackson, R.C.Lewis,Leroy Williams, Morning worship will get underway at II a.m., with the pastorIn
Sunday services will find Sun- -...11"I,., I are shown here. Seated from left are: Eddie Brown, senior William Jackson, John T. Ward, Thedore Smoak, Jr., Willie charge of eervlce.
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day School beginning at 9:30: J "!>!<<' ; .I I steward; Allen James, Junior steward; Harold Copeland, Solomon, Wilbur Holsey, Dixie Cibbs, Lloyd Bush,John Gordon The senior choir will serve at the union to convene at St.
a.m., with the president Morris (: I treasurer; Charles Clsero, Jr., senior warden; Ulice Anderson and William Cuyler. The program Is scheduled to start at Paul Baptist at 2:45 p.m., following this Bible school will be
H. Mann in charge There will senior deacon; Ernest fierce, Worshipful Master; James 3 p.m. held at S p.m.
be a prize for the teacher raising \ .' The Junior ushers ,and senior choir will serve throughoutthe
the most money above a set : day and evening service which will begin at 6:00 p.m.
amount. Master Masons Homecoming Set Temple Lodge 340 F.A.M. Deacon and Mrs. Hollis Brunson will be in charge of the
Morning worship is slated for \jr' I music. Rev. Ernest Williams will be in charge of the evening
11.00 a.m., with the host pastor, ,. ;: For Zion Hope service assisted by the pastor Rev. A. Anderson.
Rev. J.J. Jones in charge 1 To Meet Observes 61st AnniversaryTemple On August 5, the Pastor Aid Club will sponsor a trip to
At 2 p.m., the women will be Homecoming will be cele- Daytona Beach and the following Saturday Aug. 12 usher board
In charge of the services, with ---.-.... All free and accept Master, brated at Zion Hope Baptist Lodge 340, F.&A.M. will observe their Sixty-first 3 is sponsoring a trip to Daytona Beach also.
song services being rendered by DR. J. OSCAR LEE Masons of Duval County will Church on Sunday, July 30, anniversary on Sunday afternoon, 3 p.m., at Mt. Ararat Baptist -
the women chorus,Mrs.Juanita since 1965, Dr. Lee has served meet Saturday night at 8 p.m., all day. Church. MT. TABOR BAPTIST *
Reynolds in charge. the NCC and the formed .in the Masonic Temple, 410 Sunday school will begin at The master of cermonies in extended to the public witness Sunday services at Mt. Tabor will get underway with Sunday
Mrs. Ethel Carnelgle, Little Federal Council of ChurchesIn Broad St 9:30 a.m., with Mrs.,S.M. this grand affair.Buckman school beginning at 9:30 ajn., with the superintendent and
Rock Baptist, is scheduled to the field of intergroup and This is their quarterly meeting Mann Acting at supertendentThe teachers in charge. The lesson in review will be given by the
speak briefly on "The Prlvi- race relations since 1946. He and Joining invitations will teachers are as follows: a pastor Rev. H.T. Overstreet
ledge of Prayer.;' has been a member of the be extended.Mr. Rev. J.C. Burney, Mrs. Emma 4 Singers At 10:45 consecration of the serving auxiliaries followedby
Rev. E.R. Simpson, Zion Hope. faculty at Howard University: Windell P. Holmes will Watkins, Mrs. W.B. Murray, morning worship at 11.00 a.m. The pastor and associated
Baptist will bring the afternoon School of Religion Washington be present to give some facts Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Observes Anniversary ,minister, Rev. George Cherry will be in charge -
message at 3 p.m. He will be D.fJ., Hampton (Va.}'In-\ pertaining to the consolidation Christine Campbell, Mrs. Lillian 'Choir 4 will serve throughout\ the day. rr(
accompanied; the' choir' and stltute-'V.an: Virginia UnIon'Vnlversltjin > issue lacing voters on August Baisden, Mrs. Julia Long- i The BuckmanSpirltual singers ,'BTU hour u scheduled, for 9:30,p.m., with Mr.,Theodore
ushers from Zion Hope. 1U hmo ld. : 8. worth Mrs: Rosa Lee Rlgglns, will celebrate their dannU I Smith presiding. "
Deacon Binnett Gee,Elder Sam versify Sunday night 8:30 p.m., Evening worship will begin at 7 p.m., with the pastor again
uel P. Small, Deacon Bishop at the Holy Church of the Living in charge of the service.
Robinson and Mrs. Annie Huff, God. The Pastor's Aide Club is sponsoring a trip to Magnolia
Second Baptist will review the A very delightful program has Lake, July 29. Mrs. Nellie M. Smith Is president.
lesson. been prepared the enjoymentof The bus will leave from the following points at the times
the bottle with the Morning worship is scheduledto the public, according to reLiable indicated: McMllllan and College Circle 8:15: a.m.; Mt. Tabor.
begin at 11 a.m., with Mrs sources. Baptist Church 8:30; 5th and Mt Herman Sts., 8:45 and 4th
Ellen Jones Mt. Olive Primitive dREW '
Some of the participates are: and Illinois Sts.TABERNACLE.
Baptist and Mrs. Essie Minister Shangle and the Flora-
M. Turner, ZIon Hpe in charge dale Community Prayer Band; BAPTIST INSTITUTE
of devotion, assisted by the Evangelist Sneed, Evangelist 1.., Sunday School is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m., with Supt
buih-in I pastor Rev. E.R. Simpson. Baker; the Excelsor Gospel Singers C.A. Laurence in charge. All delegates will make their reports -
I spare The mistress of ceremony is ; Traveling Stars; United at that hour. -

scheduled: to be Mrs. Mary W. W. WHITEHEAD Baptist Choirs I, Z and 3; SingIng Morning worship will begin II a.m., with the Rev.
Lue Hayes, First Baptist Wonders; Gospel Echos; W.E. Young bringing the message. All adult choirs, bten1ormale
Church, Jacksonville Beach;the the person of Mr. w.Il. James Alice Boston and the Boston- chorus and usher board Z will serve.
male and female choruses of Hamilton will be Introduced by ettes; and many more. Evening: service. is set for 7:00 p.m. every Sunday night
., Zion Hope will serve. the Grand Treasurer Robert The public Is Invited to attend according to the reporter.
a Programed to I've the wel Pettiford, followed by the wel- District 13 will sell dinners in the church's dining room
come address is Mrs. Atte- come address coming from ,Plans DiscussedFir Saturday beginning at 12 noon. Deacon Sylvester Warthen is
mese G. Hargrove, with the Deacon George Baker. the leader.
response coming from Mrs. Past Grand Treasurer James Women's All youth choirs win meet Wednesday afternoon at 5.30:
Loraine Allen. The morning Hawkins is programmed to give Day un., for rehearsal and prayer meeting will follow at 7:30: ,
speaker for the occasion is
the Mrs. Willie Daniels p.m
"'" occasion, after which the ,chair man
scheduled to
be Mrs Gussie
called a meeting after
esteemed pastor of Mt Ararat, morning
Paige Gray, Mt. Calvary Baptist services last FIRST BORN TEMPLE
Rev Dallas Graham will Introduce on Sunday to make
dot h Church. the speaker, the Rev. the final plans for their annual Youth Day will be observed on Sunday at First Born Temple
The youth program scheduled W.W. Whitehead, of Savannah observance, set for October Elder /A. Hill Is pastor, and Elder LevIe Smith is the Youth.
for 3 p.m., will find Miss Shirley president.
Georgia 29, 1967, at Union Community.

Ev rY b UI C k In ,welcome Griggs address presiding coming and from the Acknowledgements will be and made announcements by co-chairman She was ably, assisted Mrs. Tommie by the ,superintendent Sunday School In will charge.begin 10 a.m'with Deacon M. McQueen

Na11QeartsohieSyoutw0MplassesoMarice. '. Miss Jacquelyn Travis. A delightful Lee Wilder. Morning worship Is scheduled to begin al 11.45 a.m., ,
program has been pre- Mr. Lloyd Pearson, Jr., and Sister Margrett Johnson
I The following were selectedto president of YPCW is asking all
: .1 a spare pared for enjoyment Mr. Henry Simmons re- members to
your
come out to YPCW
... : .. spectively.Mr. serve as captains: Mrs. meeting at 5:30 p.m.
At 5:30: p.m., BTU hour is Willie Daniels, Mrs Tommie Evening worship will begin at 8:00: p.m., at which time a
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scheduled with Mrs. Cora W.M.E. Pierce is pro special
sermon win be
Lee delivered
Wilder, Mrs. oWe by an appointee of the
; the Moore servke., Directress charge of grammed adjournment.An to give. remarks priorto Worth, Juanita Green, Mrs. The public j
/ Vernel Porter, Mrs. Lilly Ben is cordially Invited to attend our services throughout -
Evening worship will begin at cordial Invltlatlon has been and Mrs. Estella Jones. th1 cia,. .r
i 6:30' p.m., with the deacons, ,
I 1'e'I male and female chorus serve
I ing. 1

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I -i as master of cermony during Ji
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I Youth Day Observance Slated For Greater Bethany Baptist Church Sunday




Brazilian Minister Participants In Gilorlagd, Music Clinic Greater Bethany Baptist. I

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Preadies At Session Plans Youth Celebration

\i"JNTO THE CHURCH" During ConventionThe m tsR. y .nr ry ,i awl_ Youth Day' will be observed Sunday, July 30, at Greater
"To the angel of the church in Philadelphia. know what :i a Bethany Baptist Church, Rev Landon Williams, pastor.

:you are doing," go wrote a spiritual refuge some centuries Progressive Baptist State Officers for the day are: the morning will be Miss Brenda
.ago on an island called Pataos.Today there are some "kigels": Sunday School and Baptist Sharon weeks, chairman;Debra Jackson.
in Philadelphia who are indeed doing something! about "the Training Union Convention, Jones co-chairman; Denise At 5 p.m., afternoon hour anda
,open door" that is before them. auxiliary to the Progressive Taylor, secretary; and Yolanda musical is scheduled to get
When President Johnson went to Philadelphia to sign the Baptist State Convention of Williams, pastor for the day.' ,underway Mistress of cere-
Teachers Corps ($910 million) bill, he visited two of the Florida, closed a successful ;: Services will! begin with Sunday mony for that session will be
Opportunities Industrialization centers founded by the Rev. annual session at Tampa, last school at 9:30 a.m., with Miss Norma Jean Porter. A
Leon H. Sullivan, a Negro Baptist mlJ 1ster. This was a glowing Sunday afternoon. ,Sharon Weeks acting superintendent program has been prepared for
tribute paid to an "angel" of the church by the Nation's Heading the visitors list was in charge. Guest teachers ''your enjoyment, after which
chief executive. the Rev. Rebuens Lopes of Sao are: Miss Graylon Scwil- remarks will be given by various -
I recall Rev. Sullivan's beginning efforts He sent materials Paulo, Brasll who delivered a ley, Emanuel Baptist; Edith people and the pastor.
-on his project to other ministers throughout country, hoping sermon entirely Portuguese.The .. Joyce Reed, St. Paul Baptist;
they would do as be did. Perhaps some tried and failed. Most Rev. Nathan Porter of the John Wayne Mannings, Holy Marvin B. CollinsTo
undoubtedly, never tried.Lef shrpe others tried and succeeded.A Southern Baptist Convention Church of the Living God; and
few days before this event, I received a great letter from served u interpreter for the Fred Brown, Jr., also of Holy
"the Church in Philadelphia" specifically.Jones Tabernacle minister. Church of the Living God. Miss Be Heard SundayThe

AME.-informing me of their "open door"policy to gan-bangers Rev Lopes Is the foremost Faye Parker Greater Bethanywill Friendly West Side Union
operating since 1947. This came in response to one of my Baptist leader of Brazil, and Is glvt the lesson in review. Male Chorus, Mt. Bethel Baptist -
columns raising the issue of whether or npt the doors of the In America to set forth plans Eleven o'clock worship will Church Male Chorus and ,
churches were open FOR gangs-the victims of the ghetto for the 3rd American Evangelical be called to order by Yolanda the Saint Ambrose Singers will i
apathy. program which is to be Williams. Miss Andrea be presented in Songs with a
Recreation Director John J. Green writes, 'True some of held in South America during It Williams is programmed as Message, at Mt. Sinai Baptist
them continue on along the path of crime and anti-social 1969. guest soloist and the speaker for Church, 1551 Lee Street,.Sun
behavior, but I am happy to report that most of them, in Dr. Greggs an official of the MUSICMAKERS of the seven recent graduates Darnell-Cookman Junior High day at 6:45: p.m., in the main
spite of our complex society of today, are decent law-ublding Home Mission Board of the School who left last Sunday to participate in the Gatorland Music Clinic at the University SECOND BAPTIST auditorium of the Church, with .
citizens and I feel that they are so because Jones Tabernacle Southern Baptist Convention, of Florida bere as they prepared to leave for Gainesville. Mrs. Mary Hellen Bellamy,and
AME Church opened their faculties to alL" Mrs. Beatrice Lewis, of Clear- Included in the group are Angeletta Bullard who served as Clarinet Section of the Cook- Baptism'will be held Second Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes in
These are the ways the institutional'church of today can water and the Rev. W.A. Smith mind Band and the All-County Honors Band and participated In the All-State Honors Band. Baptist Church, Tuesday at charge of music.
become relevant; by being involved with those who need the of St. Petersburg, also appeared Calvin Mitchell in the County Honors Band. Orion Karrell Johnson who served as Cornet 7 p.m. The pastor, Rev. J.C. Special guest will be one of
basic skills of reading, writing and technical training; by on the program. Section Leader and participated in the County Honors Band. Vincent Harris, Band Cap- Sams, will administer the rites, the worlds greatest and Jack-
being Involved with those yet salvageable boys and glib who Rev. -J.C. Sams presided dur- tain and Frederic Pinkney who served as Saxophone Section Leader. and conduct the Bible period. sonville's own Gospel Musicianon
need a meaningful identity and foundation for productive sur ing the election, and the Pre The other participants are Deborah Robinson, County Honors Band participant and Richie The business meeting win be leave from the Far West
vival. sidents Hour. Reddlck who served as Bass Horn Section Leader of the Cookman Band and the County held at 8:15 p.m. European Theatres, Mr. Mar-
The approbation and promises, made by the first century G.W. Scott of Jacksonville,was Honors Band and participated in the All-State Honors Band. The group was accompanied Activities for Sunday, July 30,. vin B. Collins at the console.
prophet is relevant today for the church in Philadelphia New re-seated to his 20th term as by the Band Director, Mrs. Norma S. White. will begin with the Sunday Mrs. Ruby B. Allen Stewart
York, Chicago, Los Angels, Atlanta, or any and all of our president of the Sunday School 1 School at 9:30 a.m., L.C.Cnes- will serve as Mistress of Cere-
cities. The Altar of Promise is open to those churches who Department and Rev. Leon T. ter assisted by the assistant .mony for the occasion. Rev.
will help fulfill the unrealized promise of thousands of dark- Freeman of Bartow, was reseated New St. James AME Sweetfield Baptist Rev E. C, Peterson general and departmental Vernal L. Thompson, host pas
skinned youth. to his 10th year as lead- superintendents will be in tor.
What John Wrote on Patmos is pertinent to those churches er of the Baptist Training Union charge, the pastor will reviewthe
,of this century that becomes Altars of Promise: "I will keep Division.All Plans Mission Hour Plans Activities Gives Special, Sermon lesson. District No. I
you safe in the time of testing that is going to come upon! other officers were re- Consecration rites for the deacons -
the whole world..keep bold of what you have so that no one elected with the exception of Sweetfield Baptist Church will The Sunday morning service deaconesses, ushers, and Sponsors ProgramDistrict
Hour will be observed AME Church
may deprive you of y<5ur crown..J write on him who is victorious Miss Margret Dawson of Tampa Missionary bold baptismal rites during at Gibbs Chapel choLr will be held at 10:45 a.m.
the name of my Cod and the name of the city of my who succeeds Mrs. Bettye Sunday morning at 11 morning service on Sunday July Atlantic Beach will be highlighted Morning worship will begin at 1 of the Ephesian Baptist
God-the new Jerusalem"ACCEPTABILITY Battles of St. Petersburg, u a.m., in New St. James AME 30.Services with a special sermon 11 a.m., Rev. Suns will deliver Church will sponsor a pro-
the recording secretary of the Church, Rev. A.D. Harrlspastor. will begin with Sun- by the pastor, Rev. E.C.Peter- the sermon. gram Sunday, July 30, 8 p.m
VIA CHURCH OR CHAOS Sunday School Department. day school beginning at 9.30; son. BTU will be held at 5:45 p.m., The title chosen for this pro-
The Negro must face not only the open, direct and sometimes Progress was made in each The guest speaker for the occasion a.m., with R. McKlnnon super- Rev. Peterson who has gained with Mr. R.H. Morrisette assisted gram is "Songs of Songs."
hostile acts of prejudice aimed towards him, but be area of the convention, which will be Mr. Ronald intendent in charge. a reputation for his inspiring by Alexander Heard in Some of the leading talent of
Is also faced with the effects of having his humanity and gave increased donations to McCleod, a student in senior The consecration period is sermons will base his messageon the city is scheduled to appear
existence ignored by the majority and dominant white race. Mission, Christian Educationand class at Jacksonville University scheduled begin at 11 a.m., the topic of "Card Playing charge.Evening worship is scheduledto and the public is Invited to at-
The two-world existence Negro and white operating In Benevolent cause. the son of Mrs. Essie B. in the prayer room for the and Gambling." at 7 tend.
society continues to reinforce the failure on the part of, The St.. John Progressive McCleod, a member of New choirs, and ushers, Rev D. Members of the Church Board begin p.m. .
white society to recognize the existence of the minority Baptist Church served u host. St. James Am:. He was also a Easton presiding.The are urging all members to be --r
soclty. The Zion Hope Missionary former Y.P. O'er., D.B. Barnes Choir choir in attendance at July 30 ser- ANYTHING IN CONCRETE
There's nothing more crushing than, for example, to get Baptist Church of Jacksonville, The services will begin with 4 and usher board 4 wilt{serve vice. They have extended an
well groomed and all, dressed up and have no one recognizethe the Rev. EJt. Simpson, mini- devotional hour at 10:45: a.m., during the morning service;' invitation to residents of Atlantic DRIVEWAYS.: PATIOS, I1DIWALKS. SLAIS. ITC. I
transformation with either a complimentary word or ster will be the host to the conducted by Mrs. Mary Cruel, choirs and ushers 1 and 2 will Beach and surrounding
smile. This Is the Mrs. Mamie Campbell Mrs. territory to share In the wor- DRIVEWAYS 119"
Negro's plight. 1968 annual session serve during the evening service '?'.,-
Thousands of Negroes are grooming themselves in them- Joyce Jones and Mrs. Estelle at 5:30 p.m.. ship service and what Is expected -
selves intellectually and "getting all dressed up" In middle- Porter, followed by a programto Rev. D.B. Barnes is scheduledto to be a highly interesting Quality Mdoct-Cunifteil lirtmiiiJliliH-Cctiiner Jithfactiti
class mannerisms, clothing and bousing. Yet, hardly anyone Missionary Day Set be presented by the Young deliver the message at both sermon. GET THE VERY BEST FOR LESS
white, that Is. is recognizing the tr f lSformaUon.j' People's Missionary Society, services.
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j' Even 'worse'''It the plight of"thbsle'Negfoes' locked in'the For New Bethel AME with Misi Meredith P erry,,president District 3 will celebrate their I J JACK PARSONS ,CONCRETE CONTRACTING

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1 assistance of the majority race. -- Services are scheduled to begin Miss Gwendolyn Bryant is the church, 3 p.m. Deacon R. Kingis
,Recently one of the more conservative Protestant denominations Sunday at 9.30: a.m., with scheduled speaker for the the leader and Mrs. Viola TUESDAY 4 P, lot. All Type Financing Available ,
I I, in the country the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Superintendent Donaldson in morning, followed by a short Tate is the president.
-spent some time at its 47 th regular convention taking a charge. The pastor will give talk "Better Schools, Your
,look at the Negro. the review of the lesson. Child Only Chance", by a representative -
Less than one per cent of its ministry is Negro. One of the Morning worship will begin from the Duval
I delegates, appealing to the convention to take some positive at 11 a.m., with theSaraMcGin- County Teachers Association.The .
I action against racial discrimination, said: "We want to be nls Missionary Society in officers of the Young ATTENTION JAXONS
accepted as human belngs..please." charge of the services. Senior People's Missionary Societyare
Pleas frequently heard from the riotous battlefield in New choir and Usher board 1 will : Miss Meredith Perrypre-
I Jersey were for recognition of existence. People seem to serve throughout the day. Mrs. sident; Miss Patricia Jones,
I be saying, "Hey, you, look over here at us." Winifred Williams will preside.at first vice-president; Miss
I And, like the delegate in the convention, these too were the console. Majorle Perry,secretary;Nena
saying "We want to be accepted as human beings." Braggs, Treasurer; Augustus
The reluctance on the part of white society to accpet Negro New Mt. Olive .Slates Asbell, devotional leader; Mrs. The Florida Star Will Publish
humanity, particularly ghe ghetto Negro, is supported by their Battle Perry, Y.P.D. director; :
excuse that requires the Negro, of himself, to achieve a cer- Mrs. Lynette Braggs, assist-
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of the most vicious subterfuges at work today. Harris, supervisor; Rev A. D, !
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The fact is whites continue ;Hurts! pastor.
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HAVE achelved a dimension of status and sophistication that
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ought to be acceptable in
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cannot be condoned, but when thousands of Negroes have used lesson.
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Your Good HealthY National Funeral Roy WilkiNs Woolworth. Aids UNCf" -Rioting SpreadsTo Housing Authorities '

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Defends Negroes :!ti Other AreasNEWARK ..

SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN, MJ, ".P.R. CHICAGONPI'lb.. 30th N.J. -NPI- The 'free Choice" Rule
annual convention d the National -
HUMPS/ Funeral Directors and BOSTON-Speaking in Boston rioting that has plagued this
Mumps Is a virus disease that Is characterized by a painful Morticians Association, Inc., Roy Wllklns said the Negro predominantly Negro city reflects WASHINGTON- The Depart
swelling of the parotid salivary gland. Because no one will be held AU(. 13-17 at the resents' "the Implication that' two recent changes In ment of Housing and Urban Development
has a natural immunity to this disease, person usually gets Sherman House. be and he alone U responsiblefor Y the nature of recent outbursts.For (HUD) formally ordered
It on his first exposure early In ilfe. The Immunity thus acquired Host at the convention Is the riots and the Implication the first time In recent local housing authoritiesto
lasts a lifetime in most disturbances, rioting was not replace the old"free choice"
persons. nilnoU Selected Morticians Association that he could stop the riots
The virus Is spread by means of minute droplets discharged which elected U only he would" contained within Negro area rule governing tenant selection
Into the air when a person with mumps talks, coughs; sneezes William 78111)(( ) ProweU,Chlcaeo He aid (the responsibility for but spread all over the city in public housing with new regulations -
or laughs. Eating utensils that are contaminated with the virus Heights COL) funeral director, riots like those In Newark N.J, .F and even to outlying common designed. to promote
may also spread the disease. as its president at its recent must be hid to city administrations ties desegregation.With
Although mumps Is considered by most people to be a annual state meeting which are too slowIn And there was something else the free choice role applicants -
harmless disease, this is not strictly hire. It may cause Proven who served u treasurer responding to the needs of the comparatively new: The riotinghad for public housing had
"uch complications as meningitis, brain fever, deafness- In boys who are over 15, it may cause inflammation of the Illinois association for several] During a news conference Wilkins The fighting was not between choose a place to live In practice
testicles. white and Negro residents as this meant that white applicants -
years, also is member of the told reporters; "Those
Inflammation of the ovaries In girls may also occur but is national group's board of di- municipalities who go along In riots of previous decades, regularly turned down
i rare. It does not, however, cause sterility in either sex. rectors.He postponing a solution to the Ne- but between Negroes and vacancies in predomlnantlyNe-
A mumps vaccine Is available, but because: the immunity and his wife, Mrs Callie gro problem until 1972 or until authority figures such as policemen gro projects while waiting for
it confers last only about two years, it is rarely given to Prowell, operate the Hammondand they have time or get some and National Guardsmen vacancies in white projects.The .
children. Its greatest usefulness Is In the protection of Prowell Funeral Home, money whatever are putting rule had tended to reInforce -
adults in a home where a child has the disease.To along with Mr.and Mrs.Andrew money In the bank for trouble." The riots were regarded as i segregated public housing
accomplish this it must be given at the first sign of Hammond "I don't mean all the troubleIs battle between Negroes and the patterns that began when
the disease in the child. This is especially important if thereis At the national convention, on the mayors and city council : iM ) "establishment's" policemen the program was authorized
a chance that the child's mother may be in the early stage three prominent businessmenare ," he said. "Some of It Is on 'f representatives addition to by Congress In 1937 and had
of pregnancy \ to address the mortician's the Congress." Interracial conflict, as before. led, 30 years later, to what
For a child or an adult, the best way to prevent the complications educational program. The Negro leader said the Summer rioting In recent civil rights groups called a
of mumps is to observe strict bed rest during Atty. George Whitehead, Cin- NAACP "not the peacekeeperof .. L- years has generally remained "separate but equal" system
the acute phase. In order to accomplish this, it may be necessary cinnati, will talk on"Morticians the United States." ', within the community. But ma- of public bousing.
for a mother to spend much of ther time with the and the Law." Wilkins said he sensed at the STratA} GIFT Ttte F.W. Woolworth Company's contribution jor downtown stores were the Cities will be given the opportunity -
sick child. "Progressive Mortuary Man- convention held recently In Boston of $7,000 to the United Negro College Fund is handed by targets of riot attacks during to choose bethenont'(
When she must be away from him for short time, she agement" will be the topic of "a struggle between youngpeople Robert W. Young (left), the company's vice president for recent disturbances in Newark. of three alternative schemes to
should see that he well provided with books or toys. As soon Earl T. Newcomer, president who feel things are not personnel, to Dr. Stephen Wright VNCF president. The And the violence poured Into produce desegregation, under
as the hard swelling in the affected gland begins to soften, Professional Securities Corporation going fast enough and the people check included an extra gift of $2.000 in addition to the neighboring town of Plains- the new requirements. *
the sick child should be allowed to be more active. Kansas City, Mo. who feel they are pressing company*! regular annual contribution. field Irvlngton, Orange, East First the local authority may
Robert F. Gelsler. cerlfied things with all the.vigor at their Orange, where hit-and-run elect a plan under which public
public accountant, will addressthe command." raiders damaged several lousing applicants must accept

Menu fore Sll.Down Six / rolls He said the convention,attended Medical stores. whatever vacancy Is offered or
Individual Scholarships The death toll was reaching be moved immediately to the
Chilled tomato-beef by 2,000 votlngdelegatesand
soup 8 toward the 34 killed in the of the list. This
Roast beef and baked potatoes molded laladi other representatives, reaffirmed bottom waiting
Vegetable Medley (recipe fol Sherbet with the NAACP traditional Awarded Negro Students; Watts rioting of 1965. More Is the most stringent of the three
toast> fruit, coffee program on housing schoolsand than a thousand were injured, ilternatlves.
s jobs. and another thousand were arrested Second, the local authority may
You,Don't Have To Go to Town To Get e The convention adopted overwhelmingly Ten outstanding< negro college students have been awardec in the Newark riots. elect a plan under which public
an emergency resolution four-year medical scholarships with awards averaging $6,000 Damaged was In the millions housing applicants would be
LOW PRICESDRUG placing much of the each under a program designed to stimulate Interest in the of dollars. limited to a maximum of three
blame for the Newark rioting study of medicine. Shocked by the apparently choices. The applicant would
senseless oubreak, both Negroes have to take one of the first
on city officials. Winners of the National Medical ,panics Foundation of hew Cork
STORE NEEDS The resolution, written by New Sloan Foundation Scholar- City;" the l 'OR e a d e r's Digest and whites asked: Why? three units offered him or be
According toDr.Kennth Clark bottom of the list.
moved the
to
York City Human Rights Com- ships for 1967-71 will study at Foundation of Pleasantville,
Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store mission Chairman William H. the University of California at N.Y. and the Robert R. noted pyschologlst the seem- Finally, cities may keep their
Wg!: WILL MEET'ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL Booth, said the Newark City San Francisco, the University McCormick; Foundation o f ingly "sudicldal" riots by Negroes present plans if they can proveto
Papers. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions morticians administration failed "to take ofChicagoColumbiaUniversity Chicago Illinois. In their own areas were the Department of Housing
on "Financial attempts to show that they want and Urban Development that
Policies and Business Management corrective action to meet manyof Duke University, National Medical.Fellowships,
Problems of the Funeral the grave social ills of the Emory University, George Inc. of 3935 Elm Street, their ghettoes destroyed. such plans have resulted In
As a psychologist! he added, "substantial of
Dixie Directors" Negro community' Washington University. Downers Grove, Illinois, is a desegregation"
Pharmacy "I would suggest the hypothesisthat low-rent
Gutsier is a tax consultantof The NAACP also adopted a resolution Harvard n v rslty/'InclIana non-profit organization which housing.
in some unconscious, or The memorandum defines
National Selected Morticiansand keeping the organization University, Louslana State University provides assistance to Negroes
maybe not so unconscious, Incoherent "substantial desegregation" as
lecturer at the National from siding with either and the University of for education and training in
Foundation of Funeral Services hawks or doves in the Vietnamwar North Carolina. medicine. Since its organi- way the rioting people meaning 'that "at least two
1302 Kings Road At Myrtle School of Management. controversy. Through this program, whichis zation In 1946, it has awarded ire saying" 'We want this destroyed' thirds of the housing projectsof
desegregated
the local are
authority -
The morticians' educational administered by National $1,679,884 assist 538 Negroeswith
Medical Fellowships Inc. and their medical educator They apparently were "tryingto on more than a token
commission Is chaired by Arthur YOUR ,
get some sense of their basis." However, the word
H. Anderson NEWS financed by grants which nave and
careers
Phones Elgin! 5-5597-91 New Brunswick "
NJ.Commission. exceeded $500,000 from the Ower to do something he "token" Is not defined, and win
members TO ,THE FLORIDA STAR .Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; 87 mid The "horror" of the riots be left presumable to administrative -
are
PAY YOUR LIGHT, HATER AND Walter J. Baker, St. Louis; 2323 MONfRIEF RD. students have entered U. S. Maryland Senators arranged was that that society"the only was way so oousing interpretation at.the
Mrs Elizabeth Pierce medical schools since 1060. Of agency.
Copeland -
MUST BE IN these student 39 have successfully they could seem to get some
TELEPHONE BILLS, AT 'OUR S10RLi' "" ,. Pierce, ,Cincinnati Atlanta. and S.H. BY 4 PM, TUES.: completed, the medical Speaker For thrill out."of living was by destruction EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
school program and have been

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of California (San Francisco Maryland Sen. Verde F. Welcome Congressmen who THE WANT ADS LATELY?
ATPICN' ) -3, University Chicago (Baltimore) will be the were expected to register their
2; Columbia University: 1; banquet speaker at Southern anger over the rioting by speedIng ra.wrSPECIAL
Cornell University I; Crelgnton Beauty Congress, which con the passage of anti-riot
University 3, Duke University venes Aug. 609 at the Masonir legislation. :
PAY -1;Albert Einstein University Temple building.Sen. Meanwhile, Negro residentsof GOOD THOROUGH'
Newark reacted to the
1; Emory University Welcome one of 41 women riot- ROACH
-I. 1; Harvard University 1, state senators elected In the Ing by blaming it on police TREATMENT

LOLA TIAPP GEOIGE GRANT Howard University; Johns United States, is author of several brutality, unemployment, exorbitant H. c..,.... '".!>"
] bills in the rents, and callous politicians -
Hopkins University 1; UnI- Maryland leg- s900aeaOOM
MANAGER (Ouirf ly Furls Bros.) MXT. 'STORJ MANAGER versity of Kentucky 1; Loma islature, among which is a bill S IIOROOM. 'I 000 .
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FRYERS 88CiIIE 48C study in 1967-68 were awardedto for three years or more, will
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Opposition To Anti Conyers Terms Anti "Astro-Gents Banquet' Planners Area' Servicemen

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Riot Bill Affirmed Riot' Bill A Fraud' WICHITA FALLS TM.-Air
man Third Class Russell E,
"'!be anU.rlot bin Is a frond Thomas, whose parents are NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
upon the American people/ Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lawson.of
17 Congressmen to d a > \ LEGISLATIVE BOW
declared
Congressman John
2421 Lincoln Court East
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the expressed strong opposition to Conyers (Dem-Ukhigan) in a Jacksonville, Fbv, has been COLUMBUS, Ofaio- anti-riot bill to be debatedin
to the Project Equality operating in Ohio
speech prepared for delivery graduated from the UjJ. Air program
the House, In a letter seat during debate on the bill this Force technical training school for what was termed "an effective ecumenical program"
every member of the House. afternoon "1\- bill rests on at Sheppard AFB Tex. In operation since last September the Ohio acttvlry-Mrnicb
The crOUP stressed that they the assumption that riots are He completed the pavements seeks to require of its suppliers complete equality in the
opposed rioting, looting,vandalism caused by professionals traveling specialist course conducted by hiring and'upgrading of emplyes 4s the first to have been
but and Tlolence of every kind, from state to state. This the Air Training Command formed on interchurch basis from its inception
charged that the bill is
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assumption Is simply not true. 1 e y 7yf 1 r which
: provides technical and
based 1 '
upon a "m1a-t a k D Riots are caused by the b i f 1 INTERNAL WARWASHINCTONNPIThe
prob- h specialized education
theory" and could bar*no effect lems that have arisen from for the nation's programs South African Republic is being
on the occurrence: of rtota. The generations of slum life-f roar force. aerospace ticketed as the next spot In the world to break out into an
real causes of riots, tbe slum housing, unemployment Re is being reassigned It Internal conflict-all because of its repressive raciatpollefes.This .
Congressmen declared WIlt poor education Inadequate Duluth International prediction was made by the Rt, Rev Clarence Edward
Airport. I
"the explosive frustration and. Crowttier, recently expelled bishop of the .
largest Anglican
training programs and all the Minn., as a member of the I
impatience of those who suffer -rest of the deprivations which Air Defense Command .diocese in South Africa. He saw a "massive conflagration '
from the slam housing, are characteristic of the Negro Airman Thomas was graduated (which) once Ignited will make Vietnam look like a kindergarten 'I
unemployment inadequate education "
ghetto." war.
from New
Stanton Senior
and training programs, Nothing the broad ambiguitiesIn r High School
and all the other
deprivationswhich the bill, the Congressmanwarned BACK JOB CORm
are so characteristic of "it amounts to an open VTETNAM-itaff Sergeant NEW YORK-NPI)-leaders of two women's church groups
the urban ghetto." Attorney invitation to arrest those who Ed- view the Job Corps centers for women as bringing not only
General Ramsey Clark, onSun- seek to encourage voting and COMMITTEE-An set and ready to disperse tickets are members of the Aatro- day took the same position as free exercise of civil rights.At Club which is sponsoring the annual end-of-the-season Little League Banquet on August Mrs Mary Leavy lives at 3013 wan of life" Giving unqualified support to the Administra
the Congressional group, regarding best, it offers no workable 12, 6 p.m., at William Raines High School Members of the planning committee seen here W. 45th St., Jacksonville, Fla. tion's anti-poverty program were Mrs John D. Shields,
both the causes of riots limits to wholesale harassment from left are: "Joe" Bailey B, Hoffman, J. Thomas and R. PaschalL on duty at Tuy Hoe AB. Viet president National Council of Catholic Women, and Mrs.
and the bill's ineffectiveness. and denial of the freedom to --- nam. Sergeant Walker a medical George Martin,president, Church Women United
Increased supply supervisor is a
public awareness of "
speak and to travel. Mr.
the grave; consequences of this* Conyers questioned if it was Retired Army Chaplain Invisible Ink Solves member of the Pacific Air, NON-RELIGIOUS ACT
bill has developed during the LUSAKA Zamb1a-NPI-amblans .
wise to pay such a high price were reminded last week,
past few days," Congressman for "a measure which might by Minister for Presidential Affairs M.M. Chona, that the
John Conyers, Jr. (Dem- afford some people the psychic Launches One-Man Effort Case or Missing Beel singing of the national anthem and saluting of the flag, are
Michigan), who originated the satisfaction of seeing a few not regarded by law as religious,acts but sole, u secular .
letter, said yesterday "The :olorful figures arrested but LOUISVILLE KyA retired white Army chaplain from CHICAGO)- It was acts. He made this explanation ip/proposing that the cabinet
entire labor movement, including rhlch most certainly would have Atlanta, Georgia has launch a one-man effort to encourage cloak-and-dagger all the way levy some type of punishment on Watchtower (Jehovah Wit
the AFL-CIO the Team 10 effect upon the occurrence Negro men and women to consider the Christian ministry,, as police used invisible ink to ness) parents who refuse to let their children sing the national
sters, and the United Mine rids" And -a major seminary operated by the largest Protestant solve the case of the missingbeef. anthem, in addition to ordering their children suspended
Workers and also the "It is unseemly for this Congress denomination in the United States is backing; his crusade. ,
Leadership Conference on Civil to hurriedly fasten to a Robert B. Herndon, for 28 meet the spiritual needs of the Six persons including two Negroes r
Rights are all strongly opposed. mythical scapegoat merely because rears a chaplain a native of natlons's 20,000,000 Negroes.: were arrested on charges EARLY DATE
One of their concerns is that the road to effective jeorgla and graduate of Furman There are more than 15,001 of running off with $100,000 Forces which provides offen CHICAGO-NPI-Registration day for the fall quarter class
this bill might Interfere with, solution appears long and University and the Universityof Negro Baptist churches in the worth of meat. sive-defensive alrpower for the es at Chicago Baptist Institute has been moved up to Aug. 1, to
their' legitimate activities no difficult," charged Conyers,the Georgia, has long been a United States alone, plus count. The incident started when an VS. and its allies In the Pac enable prospective students to matriculate before leaving for
matter what language only Negro member of the Judiciary champion of Negro rights. When less churches of other; denomi official of the Ed Uinlat whole tic Far East and Southeast the various meetings of the National Baptist conventions
specifically exempting them Committee which sent the he entered Southern B a p tlsl nations. sale incite distributing firm Asia. throughout the country. The fall term is scheduled to begin
might be included." bill to the House Floor. The Theological Seminary Louisville Herndon's procedure is to visit beefed to police about the disappearance Before his arrival In Southeast on Sept. 9.
' In the statement publicly releasing Detroit Congressman, in '1935, he gave his pn the campuses of the 129 of high-grade beef Asia, he was assigned to the
the 17 Congressmen's who opposed the bin in Committee objective as "working for the predominantly Negro college in from the company's freezers. 855th Medical Group at Barks- ttlttitl ,
letter opposint the bill, pointed out that evidence betterment of Negroes In the Amer 1 capublicizing the Police sleuths came up with dale AFB, La. YOU WON'T GET TOMORROW JOBS
Congressman Conyers quoted from the President's Commis- South" After his retirement availability of scholarships offered a cool solution to the firm's The sergeant Is a graduate WITH YESTEROAr SKILLSammsmslaser.mam.ml.
Attorney General Clark's statement sion on Law Enforcement shows from the Army (Ole is a Lieutenant by various mission freezer woes. They marked the of Washington High School,.
made on Sunday on the that riots result from the problems colonel),, he sought outa boards, foundations and beef left in the freezers,with Blakely, Ga. ..
national ABC-TV program of slum life. long time friend and class theological schools. Although .an Invisible, non-toxic ink. WE ARE NOW
Issues and Answers "I thinkIt "It would be a happy situation mate, President Duke K.McCall lie is officially an "assistantto Tailing the company's trucks, .
also important that the/. If the problem were as simpleas of the Southern Baptist the president" of Southern they noticed that one driver, NOME OPEN FOR BUSINESS
American people not believe the proponents of the bill Seminary After hearing Baptist Seminary Louisville, Gerald E. Walsh, made an unscheduled '
that a piece of legislation before believe it to be. Unfortunatelyit Herndon's vision and seeing the he will seek to attract Negro stop. iMiTh urI uiiiuif'Kha.e. SWIFT'S' "PROTEND BEEF
Congress directed at empowering is not. Urgency is indeed shocking statistics on Negro students for all seminaries. Police closed in on the firm PREMIUMCut
federal prosectuionof required in dealing with urban seminary students President counseling each student on the and used a chemical to bring
people moving In interstate slums and all 'their problems McCall pledgeed the large basis of the student's individual out the ink marking. and Wrapped fij O> i c
commerce to cause riots could but we cannot let this urgency Baptist seminary to help in needs and abilities. Among those arrested was
really reduce riots in the United lead us to precipltlous action the effort. Until a financial backer can Morgan O'Brien, president of Free!
States. It will have very little which will, in the end, retard Currently only 32S Negro men be located to underwrite his the R. O'Brien t Sons Com UNCONDITIONALLY CUARANTIID
impact in that area." 'the progress of civil rights." and women are enrolled In accredited work, Herndon is doing it without pany He and other, accused
theological schools in men were out on bond 1 but they
The seminary seek.
pay.
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America There should be a must have beefed about being .. Btthrooml N.w
funds for Herndon's salary
ing '
WHEN; YOU ARE ILLYou minimum of 10,000 Negro ministerial and is furnishing his travel! thrown In the cooler for putting R... Additl.ni fir Ci .|n.Cwtomlullt / / '
students to a load of "hot" beef in the Kitchen C.M- A
adequately expenses. MM ft ..th,*.", V'tle.' ,
freezer. .
Seek The Best Doc wrong ... ,....
Southern Baptist Seminary has "" u Flit Woo4. ''iTOl HOU MON: THRU lAt I AM "Tit r.f.tt,
tor, When Your Doctor NEW STOKI HOURS been fully integrated for almost i )f .l A M tit vf.M;
Get OMMNICHTir twenty years, having been one e WHEN ASKED why he had not Selph Cabinet Shop, .h...
Prescribes. Ejif st Iti V 1a' /. 1923 L m turned R* iPh ISUPER 4 9614
the first educational brushed his teeth the confused
perlenced Pharmacists x til 9 of very 764.9073 H1GH1' ;
DAY
IUNDAYIHARIRI /, institutions in the S o a t b to, boy explained, "/ can't My bat'
According to Your 1.5V voluntarily desegregateits ttry it dead" Catholic Dieest-
Doctor's orders we student body before t be'
Use Only The Best Supreme Court decision 0 f .
Quality Drugs. 1954. Most of the Negropaltors
C. E. BLACK. Proprietor In the Louslvllle area received
DGES their theological training at the 'I IH
3 Registered Pharmacists To serve You l SUPERMARKET large ((1,191 students) school,
.. ....... .A COMPLETE LINE OF.------- second largest seminary in the ,
for United States. MARK6T5
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries -
BuildingMoreriols "The fast-rising educational
standards of the N err o community
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's at large will make the,

Negro church powerless in the' THESE PRICES'. GOOD J.HgOUSH SOKDAT AT EOGEWOOD( ''lYE.I .
future If its ministersare
Dr. Store near
s not well trained," President -:
McCall said. WESTERN CENTER CUT
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St. Albws Day Care Cento; Entertainment Hues And Cries
KIAUI DEATH NOTICES ____ _. l_ _
Former FAMU Law School Dean BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALJAZZ

Mrs. Lydia L. Corbin of 2241 s a!: "i'r
:To Bo CoRitaoncemont SpeakerTALLAHASSEE N.W. 61st Street passed away i off MOURNS COLTRANE
Monday, July 24. She is survived -, HUNTINGTON K.Y.r-
Fla. President Thomas Miller Jenkins of by her husband, Mr. "Modern Set," last week was Jolted and saddened by
Albany State College will deliver the summer commence- Beresford Corbin, four brot- the almost sudden death of innovating tenor saxophonist
ment address at Florida A&M University Saturday, August hers; James Joe, Benjaminand : < I John Coltrane, 41, who succombed to what was described
12. The exercises will be held at 9 a.m., in Lee Hall Audis Wilfred Hall, several ; u a liver infection. One of the leading exponents of the'
_._. such modernists as tram-
which
torlum. nelces, nephew and other re- ----- de '< -J. "Modern School" spawned
Dr. Jenkins served as dean Positions held by the Albany latives. Funeral arrangementsare f petlst Miles Davis and "Cannonball" Adderly, Coltrane died
Incomplete. only a few hours after entering Huntington Hospital. The
of the Florida A4M University State College president :
College of Law from 1953 deputy research director, "Trane" was featured in the Jazz groups of Davis, Dizzy
to 1965. He was appointed pre- Massachusetts Re-Codification Harvey Reese, Sr., of 1535 I Clllespie, Johnny Hodges and Earl Bostic, before successfully -

sident Albany State to 1965.A Commission, Boston, law librarian N.W. 58th Terrace, Friday,July forming his own quartet.
native of Hot Springs, Va., and assistant professor 21. He is survived by three
be was graduated from English of law, Texas Southern Uni- daughters, Mesdames CalUe..., I JACKIE WILSON SCORES
Hope School,Boston,Mass.,and versity; dean and professor of Buford, Willie Mae Riley and CHICAGO; ...(NPI>-fiock W Roll singer Jackie Wilson (last
received his bachelor of arts law, FAMU, special consultant, Louise Kelly, four sons, Harvey week closed a successful engagement at the WhiskyAGoCo
United Department of Labor; Jr., Olden, Willie James, nightclub, where be was billed u "The Original King of
t member, the Florida Supreme and Will Reese; one brother, Soul." Wilson, who was backed by the Bunky Green Orchestra
Court Committee on Legal Edu- John Reese, two sisters, Mary captivated the nightclub clientele the same as he
cation and Admission to the Jackson and Emma Ware. does with theater audiences throughout the nation.

Bar and the Selective Service Funeral services were conducted '
Local Board No. 48. Thursday, July 27 in the MALCOLM 1'. THEME
His professional membership Range Funeral Home Chapel. MUMMNPI( } --'Requlem for Brother 1" a show drawIng -
its theme from the assassination of ex-Black Muslim
Included the American Bar Association
Alpha Kappa Mu National Mrs. Anna Ruth Miller of 1232 and nationalist Malcolm X, Is due for a Broadway show-

Honor Society, and the N.W. 58th Street died Friday, ,TOT CARE-: Three 'Miami youngster are about to partake of a tasty meal provided for casing. "Requiem", the drama of a black family living in'
Kappa Epsilon Legal Frater- July 21. She is survived by a them at the St. Albans Day Care Center where plans are afoot to Institute a tutorial pro- the shadows of X"s slaying, and written by Mlamlan William

nity. The Alpha Zeta Boule; husband, Mr. Thomas Miller, gram for the, youngsters. The center which is under the joint direction of Mrs.Sally Walker V. Mackey, was optioned to Broadway along with "Family
Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, her parents Mr and Mrs. Cap and Mrs. Joyce Gorman Is supported by federal funds under the anti-poverty program. Meeting.. Mackey also wrote "Family Meeting.
Knights of Pythias, and Kappa tain Phillips, sister and y
Alpha Psi Fraternity are listed brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. WATTS TEACHER-EARTHA
as his social organizations.He Raymond Smith and Mr. and White Bahamas LOS! ANGELES-(NPI)}-toternatlonally famous singer and
has been cited by all of Mrs. Shedrick Wright, a grand- Moon Over Miami dancer Eartha Kltt is doing ner share to help lift the hopes

his alma maters-English High mother, Mrs Ella Maddox 'of I underprivileged children of Watts by going there weekly
THOMAS M. JENKINS School, West Virginia State, Funeral services will be con- Negro For Office to teach them dancing. Miss Kilt, herself once victim of
and Boston University. He received ducted on Saturday, July 29, MIAMI BEACH, FLAIf younsters figure In family vaca- NASSAU BalnmasNPIApredominantly : ghetto living, even brings In her associates dancers Walter
degree from West Virginia State the LL.D., degree from at 1 p.m, in the Bethelehem tion plans, and unique is the family which they don't, there white party Is Painter and Chuck Thompson and drummer Modesto
College summa cum laude. Virginia State and Bethune- Baptist Church. are few resorts anywhere offering the fascinating fun of black Duran-nd they all "have a ball" with the children. Miss
running a man as a candidate -
Whe attending West Virginia, Cookman Colleges.The Miami Beach. in an effort to offset its Kltt is donating her services
be was president of the Student speaker is married to the Ralph W. Clayton-of 579 N.W. >rom bargain summer hotel exotic tropical plants. In the declining popularity.The '
'.. Government Association and former Miss Evelyn Keys, a 22nd Street passed away, July and apartment prices to Inland city-operated>> Bass Museum of candidate is Cleophas Ad-
was listed in Who's Who Among graduate of Florida AIM University 22. He Is survived by his wife, and seaside playgrounds, Art are treasures dating backto derley, an electrician, who J
Students in American Colleges and they have one son, Mrs. Doris Clayton,eight children this city offers a multitude of the 14th century.A seeks the United Bahamian ,5a'. c !!!!!a 'Ucmmm.s: .Uldl.sj

and Universities. Thomas Miller Jenkins III. two sisters, three advantages for the family holi stroll along Lincoln Mall party House seat to be vacatedby AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE 15% Dowrr
brothers, and a host of other reveals a wealth of palms,
Sir Stafford L. Sands, said .
day.Within SHELL'S CITY .wI.t. )
relatives. Funeral arrange- the eight square miles shrubs and flowers as well as to be the most powerful man I N.., roll. AVE, a Seta. ST. .
Fashions At Glance ments are Incomplete. of land area making up Miami tempting fashions In the smart on the Islands. j L-. --II PHONE.1U.9St,
Beach are 13 parks with super shops lining this mid-town pro- The party has become Increasingly -
Roosevelt B. Brown of 2169 vised play for teen and pre- menade. demoralized during the
One of Scott Barrio's new "fits" dubbed the sweater "fit" N.W. 57th Street was a victim teenagers, in addition to com- On the mainland are numerous last six months since it lost -
( closer to the ) A with of accident. He is sur- attraction reached
pulling garments body beige jersey munity centers with special Indoor sightseeing control of the government to the
white inset between the bosom and the walst..belts at the vived by his widow, Mrs Sallle programs. Obviously all either in the family automobileor predominantly black Pro

natural waistline in a white stitched belt, buckled in gold. Brown; a daughter Patricia; lodgings must be within a few by tour buses that leave gressive Liberal Party Rev. Abraham
.
.
.. Funeral
four sisters brother. Miami
blocks of at least one play- from Beach. Black representatives In the
saes.f services were Mondy July 24, ground. Lodged in tanks of circulating House d Assembly have the

in the Christian Community Municipally conducted activities sea water, many of the color- to kill white-spon IH HE
power any PRAY FOR YOU I
'the.vending Paree soft In Church. of this be at ;
;Making scene are skinny pantsuits include swimming, tennis, ful fish may seen sored measure they want. .I .. .
clinging jersey and crepe ...trousers almost cover booted table tennis, archery, roller ,the Seaquarlum, along with a As the Islands as a whole are < k .r.VMf I W I. .*** V '<
fitted shirts Mrs. Lillie Mae Lewis of 2105 show of trained At ,M
feeUUghtly porpoise.
softball
skating, baseball and
85 per cent black, the PLP has
f N.W. 74th Terrace passed away basketball and, for the young- the Parrot Jungle and Tropical a ready source of support. Wbalerer Your ProblemI
For Laura Boutique, Sonia Rapheldijesanexcitlngand on July 18. She is survived bya est, swings and other equip- Paradise are exhibits of The UBP largely draws tJ
i Ing pantsuit silver-striped navy jersey silver buttoned over a daughter Mrs Evelyn Lewis, ment designed for childhood jungle birds and well as lush main support in Nassau, where
1t silver polo shirt. two sons, Sylvester and Charles enjoyment. landscaping. The Monkey Jungle It outpolls the PLP 3 to L. I Have The Answer
Lewis, a sister; and uncle. and the Serpentarlum will be
Visitors desiring to enroll PLP leaders have not
yet come
.....
1. Funeral service were held July experiences. The kids
new
their children in any or all < up with an answer to the opposition
26 in the New Jerusalem Disciple will love it all.
city-supervised functions can party's attempt to born WHAT GOD HAS DONE
Mink ?? mlnlsult..three tones of Mink Church of Christ.
geometric tiny tweed obtain detailed Informationfrom In on its negritude. The predominantly
appearing checks..Kotuk and Ackerman."Elegance recreation headquartersin black recently
Venn's party -
Mrs. Alice Matthews of 3291 A Priritiu
33-acre Flamingo park. Day lost an election and could not FOR OTHERS
N.W. 52nd Street died July 21.
camps and the teen-age dances Next to watching a hen stand the demoralization of losing -
She is survived by her husband -
will be of special Interest to. try to hatch a billiard ball, another. '
I In Men's Wear it hews,, Mr.a Lawrence daughter S.Denzella Matt those of high school age. The there's nothing (funnier than AdderleY's candidacy is said to Hell Do For You

t Denise Burnside and other re- camps, however, are suspended watching a woman trying to symbolize the changes in party
during the school year. furniture attitudes during the last six
---------- latives. Funeral services were rearrange They
The beaches provide relaxation months. LET ME PRAY FOR YOU I
held July 26, in the Church of pick up a chair they've had .
for parents while the for years move it across the He would represent an area
the Door.
I j Open younger set expends surplus room, then stare: at it in total of Bay StreehherethecolonY' Write Today!
1 FREE = All are watched by business life centers
I Joe Lee Atkins of 427 N.W. energy. bafflement as if they'd never

: II I \ I Il 10th Street,Apartment,passed exposure lifeguards.during Oils the and first judicious days seen It before.

Pair Of Socks away on Friday, July 21. He will prevent sunburns. Other-
.
.l is survived by his widow, Mrs. wise, hours in and beside the REV. ABRAHAMP.O.

Daisy Atkins, two daughters, are carefree. BURGER FARM
Val. 1.00 Julia Lee and Eloulse Atkins,
'te Alluring to parents and child-
: two James and Joe At-
I sons, Box
I kins. Funeral services were ren alike are the opportunitieshere ale But Plici 1233

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World News Digest NAACP Philadelphia Suspend S Brothers Adderly".5. In Hollywood Artists' Circle f.



PIPE-fiAIL LINKS! By EARL CALLOWAY

'DAR ES SALAAM-(NPI> Two'links between Tananla and Branch Proxy ANDRE WATTS SCORES AGAIN
Zambia are presently In varying stage of being forged to Nine mU1100 teled.loa ylewerl heard the younl Yirtuoaop1an1lt
brlnf about a better atmosphere of economic growth for the Andre Watts perform Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2 In B-Flat
two East African Independent nations. One, currently UDderlJlltrucUon. BOSTON Acting on chargesthat Cecil major at the "Alumni Reunion" of the New York Philharmonic
Is the first cross-country: pipeline in Oats area controversial lawyer Young People's>> Concert this spring under the direction Leo-
of Africa,, which will link Dar Es Salaam with Ndola on Zam B. Moore is causing the NAACP"irreparable : 7WjfW. oared Bernstein.
bia's northern border. The other Is the proposed construction harm and damage r In four years, Watts has become one of the most dynamic pianIst -
of a railway line to provide access to the Indian ocean for to its reputation" good name on the international scene. This month be will debut with
Zambia. and Integrity, Roy Wilkins has Berlin Symphony orchestra in Germany to celevrate his 21st
ordered the Philadelphia \
birthday. His meterorlc rise and entrance Into the realm of the
FEW= CAPITAL NAACP branch president sus distinguished artists began when be,on short notice,substltctetf
ELAMBAD, Pakistan-(NPI--Paklstan by 1970 will be a country pended. been in constant demand performing with orchestras and in con,
with two Islamabad and The latter NAACP exectuve director Roy
capital*- : Avubnager. cert.
three miles from Dacca, present capital of East Pakistan, is Wilkins ordered the suspension Columbia Masterworks recently released an album which contains -
named after President Mahammed Ayub Khan. Islamabad will Friday July 14,after five members the planlsf historic performance of the Liszt Piano con-
of the Associations'Northwest
replace Rawalpindi as the seat of government. Philadelphia branch cert and an exquisite and electrifying rendition of Chopin's>> Con
certo No. 2 In F minor, COL-MS 6955 and ML 6355.
TWO-LAND ROAD appealed to Mr. Wilkins to IUS- This phenomenal young genius of the piano tosses off the ar-
McKENZIE, Cuyana-(NPI)-By 1968, a two-lane 50-mile pend and ultimately expel Mr. duous technical virtuoso demands of Liszt's concerto as easyas
long highway will be In operation between this bauxite mining Moore from the organization. a young boy tosses a basketball. There Is ever present in
Moore with
center on the Demerara river,and the nation's capital, George They charged Mr. r his playing of the work the depth of his innate musical perceptibility -
town, which will provide easy transport bauxite and alumnlna "using the Philadelphia office In the subtly subtle beauty of the Second Movement.
shipments to the coast for transhipment by boat to Trini for his personal gain" and Then turning to the romantic lyricism of Chopin>> ,the pianist renders ,
dad. This mining town, with a population of 20,000 is about "using rile, abusive, threatening It with a placid sensitivity gliding through Its phrases with
90 miles up the Demerara river. The new road will connect and profane language..to-" -ri: complete authority Whenever It is necessary Watts provides a
McKenzie with the Atkinson field, the International airport ward the public generally. S profusion of expressions for contrast.
Mr. Wilkins in his letter to ,.
27 miles upstream. ....
used the --
Mr. Moore authority
vested in him u executive director Actor Brock Peters (right) received a surprise visit from Jazz greats Mate and) "Cannon- IIIIIIf1
SPORT' FETE to Mr. Moore ball" Adderly on the set of Brock's recent movie "New Face In Hell" The brothers Ad-
TUNBNPIFlfteen( ) countries bordering the Medlteranean suspend of the North Philadelphia derly were in Hollywood for a recording sejslon at Capitol Records. VERDI "Un Ballo Maschers "with Leontyne Rrlce as Amelia,
will be represented In an international sports competition to as president Carlo Bergonzl as Riccardo, Robert Merrill as Renato,Shirley
,be held In the Tunisian capital Sept. 817. Called the Mediterranean !- Branch, pending a full Ulrlce Rerl Grist as Oscar, Edo FlaceUoand Ferrucc10 Mat-
Games, It will feature competition in track, volly- bearing as required by constitution. the civil Virginia State College Florida Receives 3 toll as the conspirators, and the RCA Italians orchestra and

ball, handball, basketball' football, boxing swimming tennis, rights. Mr.organisation's Moore has l5daysto- Anti. Grants chorus conducted by Enrich Lelnsdorf has been released ,on
cycling and gymnastics. Among the countries entered will be PoYorerty Victor LSC-6179.

Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco Egypt Libya. with appeal the the NAACP charges national in writing office. Revamps Honor Program For the first time In history three Negro artists are featured
Moore's. troubles with the Florida has received three together in a major operatic recording the Misses Price,
Mr.
I THIRD' TOUR the nation's oldest and While most students are at home enjoying the leisure of new anti-poverty grants this Verrett and Grist.
WASHINGTOIMNPI) third U.s. Canadian tour of Lea NAACP civil sanitation their summer vacation, a group of administrators at Virginia week, according to Frank K. With the exception of Bergontl,the other principals are Amer-
Ballets Africans-the 45 dancer-singer-actor-musicfan troupe largest rights State is hours Sloan Southeast Regional DIrector icans and the action of "Masked Hal Is centered in Boston.
started when the Association's College Petersburg spending many long
.from the Republic of Guinea-Jus started with a three week honors of the Office of Econo- Another significant fact it the Lelnsdorf who has been sleected
national board of directors ordered preparing a revamped program to go into operation
engagement at the National theatre. The troupe led by Mr. Moore's branch split when classes open in the fall.The mic Opportunity. for several American operatic releases,is the musical director
Sakbo Sekou. Putnam County Community of the Boston Symphony orchestra
into five units as has been done program is designed to honors program as Dr. Wal- Action Program Inc., has been There is consistent dramatic momentum which underlines
Ford Grant To CORE Could in other major cities Moore throughout expand and improve courses lace sees them are to spread awarded $19,681 for the establishment suspense entangled with love and murder. Lelnsdorf also provides
the Mr. -
rejected
country. offered to bright students. honors beyond general education of three multipurpose a wonderful musical resilience his performers which
the plan and went to "Our purpose is to try to offer to departmental programs Neighborhood Service makes singing a pleasure!and with greater dramatic expression.Miss .
Elect To Miyorship court with He lost
Negro Help an appeal. work of such depth and to establish interdisciplinarycourses Centers. One such center will Crist' clear resonant voice Impeccable pliable gave
the court battle. In Philadelphia breadth that it will be challenging in general education. also be built In Orlando with' charm and witty delight to her role. Miss Verrett who, in my,
CLEVELANDNPI'lb1I bent Mayor Ralph S. Locber and later sought and received to the abler students and various departments, and a $14, 105 grant given to the book. Is one of the finest singers of the new generation, wrap-
city's 40-member CORE chap- in the Oct. 3 Democratic mayoral an injunction: from the that we're able to identify" to begin programs of Independent Orange County Economic Opportunity ped her tones in a submerged velvet texture. She could shrill In
New York courts.Commenting .
ter has received a $175,000 primary. said Dr. Joel Wallace, a professor study partlculary where Inc. agonizing terror at impending danger
The local CORE will use the on Mr. Moore'srefusal there not enough studentsto
are
Ford Foundation grant, to be of English who Is serving -
used chiefly In a voter registration Ford Foundation money to improve NAACPs to national adhere policy to the on as chairman of the honors create Interdisciplinary Fight' Cuter lit JKIeck U| ui I Click
drive that could put punning among civil committee. courses.
Carl B..Stokes Into office as right s groups and to train multi-branch operations Mr. In order to offer students the
the city's first Negro mayor, youth and adult community Wilkins told newsmen that the most challenging and stimulating -
Stokes lost a 1965 race workers as well as to conduct Philadelphia unit was too big type of courses, the College "YOUR DOLLAR
for one man to handle even if
for mayor by less than 3,000 I tba voter registration drive. has found It necessary to I -
votes The city* Increased: Negro It was the first time the Ford l> was a saint make periodic evaluations Its 'BUYS
MORE
population-combined with ,Foundation had given moneyto program followed by adjustments -
the Ford Foundationfinancedvoter : a "black power" group "Black Power' MeetIn and improvements in its
registration drive-could Large sums have been given offerings.The AT YOUR BANNER
put him over the top>> in his in the past to the National, current honors program
1967 mayoral campaign. Urban League and the NAACP. Riot Torn City according to Dr. Wallace, 1. ;

Stokes will oppose incum newart-NP1)-M III tents an out growth of a decision 01 1 FOOD STORE"QUANTITY .
the English and mathematics
leaders got together at black a departments to offer sections ,RiGHt J'RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU. SATUKO"A
national conference on
for student of high ability. The
power last Thursday July 20 sections were designated "c" S
in the wake, of racial rioting
SEAFOOD sections and
were comparable
that, affected, all. areas. of the ', ., .
In and
," "- > nature intent objec a uA "ybdlup alp h Y '
CENTER city. Uve"to 'honors' courses now c
Avenue Ttbe conference was billed asa offered.' SUGAR WITH
Myrtle move to get moderate and $5.00 ORMORE .39
Around 1962, a committee was
t $he l ROE ,
ORDER
militant leaderstogetherIn FOOD
r EL 4 14 an effort Negro to achieve black created to organize and Implement S LAS,
honors offering
an program -
unity. But militants far outnumbered -
courses for superior

",Ipckso>trjlle'i t.-rsr ert and'6'ea; tnoteR conference moderates participants.among students However while Dr. the Wallace committeeset said. WITH $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER .s, IB. m 19C

NAACP and the National Urban
up the equivalent of an hon
THE BIG 4 League officials were not among ors program It never secured sim IIKJITFLOUR

SPOT $I S? scheduled According speakers.to the Rev. Nathan its official program.honors recognition for LIMIT ONE PLEASE :

SHEEPSHEADSALTWATER Wright conference chairman, The first official honors TIDE I 5 9C
WITH $5.00 OR 39C
the meeting is "an assembly courses at the college were GIANT 5 LB BAGGRISCO
39 .
I BRIM of black Americans" designedto offered In the spring semes- MORE FOOD ORDER
i "set our own house in order ter of the 1965-66 academic
I' BOAT'' WHITING and to work for the unity of year in English and mathe-
black people>> and the greatest the 1966-67
matics. During NESCAFE INSTANTCOFFEE
good for all Americans." school year, honors courseswere I
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The meeting is being held in
offered in English,mathematics 24
SELECT'OYSTERS for FRYING pti. $1.65 a city where the National Guard and history of western
had to be called to put down
69'
STANDARD MANGROVE for SNAPPER STEWING. ....ptt.. .Ib.$1.25 59c the rioting city.that spread all over civilization.As the program is envisioned LIMIT ONE PLEASE E WITH $5.00$ OR MORE 01. IU

URGE SHRIMP .Ib. $1.10 Hundreds of persons among for the 1967-68 academic year FOOD ORDER
honors courses will be offered
FRESH MULLET Ib. 35e them 25 policemen, were in English general mathematicsand :
SPECKLED TROUT lb. 65e injured, and hundreds others mathematics analysis ,"DOLLAR SPECIALS" .
The disturbancewas
POMPANO ,-. ,' lb. $1.10 were attested during the fall semester, and

CATFISH Ib. 65c delegates sure a to rallying give point.conference in United States history history .HI-C DRINKS 3 U II.
of western civilization, m rums
and music and art appreciation
Adam Clayton Powell, who during the spring semester.All
conceived of the idea of a"black, PEAS 4' *#I 3D $1
power conference," was named are designated courses, general which are education designed -- GREEN GIANT TENDER SWEET ,

honorary co-charlman of the to give a broad foundation '
JOBS ARE OPEN
meeting. Currently "in exile"in
Kmlni Powell says he first,'' To of supplement general Information.the classroom SUNSHINE TURNIP GREENS Ilfl ROOTS 7 #a I 3D3? .

,FOR TRAINED PEOPLE proclaimed, although the "black power"idea stokely portion of the program the r. . . .r . 1. . . .
honors committee has arranged
Carmichael is more generally to' nave set aside an honors MORTON
Identified with its origination seminar and an honors lounge ,
UM., Key hitchNursesAideCoshler for the exclusive use of participants -

Boston NAACP The seminar In the honors room program., located POT PIES I BEEFRI 5 89'C

Checker in Memorial the college's Library is Johnston to serveas I\\TURKEY" 8 .OZ.FLA. ..

Starts ,Ghetto a, center for study research '" . . . . . t I I .
and discussion: students '
.In honors courses. Dr. GRADE A 'MNOLEFRYERS
Uplift Program Wallace said. It win include a

; ] Clerk Typist : ::1 BOSTON-Kenneth I. Guscott, basic scholarly reference and learned collection journals and '

president of the local branch In Foster Hall, the student li.29C
of the NAACP has announced center on the Virginia State
:t $250,000 program to be developed campus the honors committee :: '

] "Im.1 Assistant I to help solve over the Negro next ghetto two years pro- lounge Is establishing where students an honors In the .', ,0. , ,'. . . f .

blems in Boston. honors program will be able SWIFT'S PREMIUMSLICED
Mr. Guscott unveiled the plan to meet informally for relaxation -
at a luncheon meeting here on and discussion, It will include '
High, School Not Required. No Age 'limit July n during the 58th annual an extensive paperback !

c convention of the NAACP. library, high quality American BACON .i'c. 69FIORJDA -

BaT or Evening' Classes, the He said NAACP that Boston under! the Branch plan and British and newspapers other recreational, magazines : !.

I
would retain professionals to and leisure-time facilities. ,_ ,,_ s
I Student t loans'PLACEMENT, 1 :: serve u coordinators in the This room is also designed .
: general fields of education, to be used as a center for the .HADE .A' MEDIUM SWIFT'S PREMIUMCHUCK I I.SIIFT'S
:
Available ASSISTANCE"[ rater registration Job opportunities collection and display of Information STEAK:58C"
I leadership develop pertaining to graduate -
meat, Negro history and communications and professional schools

CALL ..356-8301 I including public and to the scholarships fellowships EGGS
relations. and loans available
I Mr. Guscott stressed, however for further study. On display fAEMItlYSHUCK
Jacksonville Traiitag list.iu I that large corps cf also will be Information '
I volunteers would be needed to regarding the Honors Program 3 $1 1 .ROAST 48 G
i carry out the programs they and Honors Activities. Rot
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Yea Can't Afford Vacation Missile Instructor To Be LEARNING TO SWIM ltttitt .

To Asia Pilot Opeiatlon NOD Is a project started In June b1 the Duval in by accident. Had they been able to swim, most of them could
From Safe Driving Says FHP Rcsssigaed Duty County chapter of the American Red Cross with the cooperationof 'lave saved themselves.
the Jacksonville Pilot Club Since we are now In the middle of our summer program and
TALLAHASSEE-Motorlsts were cautioned by the Florida CHANUTE AIR FORCE BASE, propeller-driven aircraft. As William H. Shearla safety services director for the local we are still having some drownlngs, we should all be emphasizing
Highway Patrol not to start vacation relaxation while till Red Cross and Miss Flo Hyman, safety services chairmanfor .
be
m. -(NPI)- Capt. Elsa B. technology Instructor Instructed more water safety.In
behind the wheel Prlngle 87,a missile technology students In control and the Pilot Club are directors of the project. 1965, 414 people drowned In the Ytate of Florida. In Dun
"A vacation trip should mean a holiday from the cares and Instructor, will be reassigned maintenance of the Minuteman Since we had a 6 per cent increase In drownings last year, County alone there were 23 drownlngs.
writes of everyday We," said Public Safety Director, Colonel next January to duty as a pilotof Intercontinental Ballistics Mis from 6,800 to 7,200 the American Red Cross decided to emphasize Through out the remainder of the summer,we should stress
afford to takea
H.N. Klrknan. "But as a driver you can never a C-123 troop transport plane silo new safety precautions that will lessen the chance of "learning to swim". The local Red Cross chapter aloof with
vacation from safe drlvlDCI"JC1rkman !
In Southeast Asia. Capt. Pringle Is a senior\ missile tragedy In the water. the Jacksonville Recreation Department are sponsoring the
marred accidents
said many vacations are by Currently on missile duty at officer understands the Last year was the third successive year In which there was "Learn To Swim program at Jefferson Street Pool and
caused by careless drivers who allow summer fun to be Chanute Field, he will leave Intricacies of the ICBM system an In the drowning rate. It was the first year since the early Southslde Pool, so get In on the program It may save your
carried over Into their driving habits. 19308 that water fatalities have
exceeded 7,000. life.
the United
of States'firstline
Nov. 8 for Elgin Air Force -one
Although the average driver while on vacation Is carefulIn Since the Red Cross and other
organizations became active IP
defenses
Base, Fla., where he will take against enemy
the traffic of recreational areas, congestion adds
heavy water Instruction
safety half
attack. a century ago, drovnlngs have
accident the a two-and-one half month refresher missile FOREST FIRES HURT OUR FOREST FRIENDS
to the potential ob being involved In an during declined from when
His reassignment will meana 10,000 a year only a few people particle
In the
course
vacation opera- Always hold matches till cold. Be drownall
summer season. sure to
pated. To last year's 7,200 with some
shift In duty status. The 100,000,000 people
tion of the C-123 troop trans
As a final caution, KIrkman asked drivers to park their Involved. That record Is good, but not good stir ashes and drown
port.A specific duties he will have In enough. campfires, the. thejn
vehicles in a safe place, not to block other traffic, and to be A.B. Murphy, National director of Red Cross
Asia have not safety services
Southeast
sure to lock their cars. He also gave a reminder that drinking senior Air Force pilot, yet reports that 60 cent of th again. Crush all smokes dead out.
and been divulged. per e people who drown do so became
and driving is Just as deadly ona vacation as any other time. Capt. Pringle flies jets they are in the water Involuntarily, have fallen Please! Only ys! can prevent forest. fires





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Dr. Nikrit Quits Over Chess Recording Stars Feet Finding Detection ..


I 'Black Power' Unrest 4 ; To Probe Mework's Unrest

CHICAGO The Executive Board of the United Packinghouse -
VASHINGTON-(' HM>r. James M. Nabrlt reversed Urn- Workers of America AFL-CIO, has voted to senda
self When be declared that Clack power" unrest bad Induced fact-finding delegation to Newark, N.J., scene massive
him to quit u president of Howard University. protect demonstrations recent days

He at first maintained that Us But Dr. Clark scoffed at the The commission, to b e "condemns those who would
surprise resignation had Idea. appointed by UPWA President answer protest with more r.pressloa" .-
nothing to do with campus tur- "I am in complete sympathywith Ralph Helsteln, will meet with and adds that nation
moil at Howard. He Insisted President Nabrlt," said members of the Negro community that can! put half a million
that at age 66, he was past Clark, a Howard graduate. "To and with governmental and men, trained and fully equipped
the age when he could retire cast aspersions on him 1s to civic leaders In the New Jersey with t the military
and that in order to technology, into the field of
was what tie wantedto cast aspersions on me. urban area, bring
do. "If Nabrlt Is not acceptable, back to UPWA members a first- battle '7.COO miles away in Viet
He spoke of traveling extensively I am not acceptable; noreuon- hand and accurate reportof Nam, can somehow find the
to South America and able man would be." events leading to and duringthe dol a r s, the materials, the
other places and relaxing. Dr. Clark said Howard shouldbe it! Newark demonstrations. techniques and the will to provide -
Then, in u unexpected change. a .'Doo-raclallnstltuUoo," ; Alengthy statement adopted by our fellow citizens with
Dr. Nabrlt declared he had rather than the black identified the UPWA board charged that their fair share of the opportunity -
decided that he would not preside university militants wantit _.j ,, ,I "The people> of the city ghettos to enjoy the American way
over "black power to be.John have been crying out, and for of life."
turmoil on Us campus. too long America has not heard The UPWA statement pledged
Charging that "blackpower" their voices" the union to renew "the dynamics --
forces were trying to take over J. Perry Heads Like the Bostonians colonial of the crusade for full
Howard University, he accused times who dumped British tea rights for all Americans."
then seeking to remove Vital Post At NASA -ii iil into the harbor, the UPWA "We shall use all our good
whites from the university'sboard I a statement said, "Our fellow Influences to Insist that the
administration, faculty, John J. Perry Is bead of the citizens In the ghettos have hid whole American trade union
and student body. flight simulator section at the to resort to dramatic actionto movement take greater
"When black power attemptsto National Aeronautics-and Space make their protest heardas responsibility than it has in the
make this a black institution Administration's Flight Research they seek redress of grlev- past for practical and realistic
," he asserted,"it ceases Center, Edwards, anves." programs to aid the people of
to be a group In the civil rights Calif. Stating that the cost of our the inner cities. ..
struggle and becomes an Institution He Is responsible for the past neglect is shamefully "We must, with them, find the
trying to set up controlof operation of the computer-. high" in terms of lives and pro- way to break doft the economic
Howard University." driven simulators used to perty lost In the demonstra- and social barriers that lock so ,
On the other band, he refusedto train the pilots of the rocket l tions, the Union reminded Us many millions of our follow
powered Z-15 research air- members that "the cost of the Americans Into lives poverty
attack the
black Concept -
power
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or Its adherents. Controversial craft and the wingless lifting u city ghetto-in terms of health and degradation In the shameful
bodies. PNCSt RELATION' I slums of the cities of America."
Issurs, be said, are LEE DALE ASSOCIAT S and human dignityIsaleohigh.
the essence of a university." Perry first Joined NASA in 1400 W. MAD liON .T.CHICA30 .
But be drew the line,he added, 1959. '" ILLINOIS 06U All Town Plans
short of violence, threats, and A native of Jacksonville, Fla., (lit) ele.Iaae.e4account Negro
destruction of property.He where be was born Sept. 22, THEIR DARNEDEST keep their minds on the' executive for Galaxy Artist Management( Inc.; Marvin
may have been referring 1939, Perry attended local publicity campaign devised for them by Lee Dale Associates, Junior lead singer for the group; Verne Allison, second Fete For AnniversarySergeant
to a recent incident in which schools. His parents, Mr. and the Chess recording Dells pose with two member.' 01 the tenor, and Chuck Barksdale, bass. Miss Terry is In charge of
Selective Service Direc Mrs. Alvin Perry, still reside Chicago-based public relations firm From left are: Johnny radio and television appearance for the group and handles the Willie Anderson is shown receiving the Bronze
tor Lewis B. Hershey was in Jacksonville. Carter, lead tenor; Marlene O'Reilly, Director of Newspaper account of other Galaxy Artists Little Milton Campbell, Wily Star.Medal with "V" Device for heroic action against hostile -
hooted down as he tried to Perry graduated with distinction Services, LDA;; Michael McGllI!, baritone; Norma Terry, Collier, The Radiants and Billy Stewart. force, in Vietnam.
from Florida AIM Univer-
deliver a scheduled speech. HOBSON CITY Ala.-(NPI)- last compact will be awardedthe
sity In 1959. He has since done
faculty Fifteen members students were and five dis- graduate studies at the University Hampton Holds 2nd Results In Arrest ....... HEWS BRIEF Hobson City will be celebratingIts holder of a lucky numberas
of Southern California and 68th anniversary with a a climatic feature of the
missed as a result. Among the University of California HOUSTON-(NPI) Two bouts, matching No. 4 heavyweight series of sparkling activities celebration. .
those fired was Dr. Hathan Los Angeles. Alumni Institute Running Gun BattleA contender Ernest Terrell against Thad Spencer, the No. 5 Saturday, July 22, according to In conjunction with the birth-.
Hare, sociology professor and challenger and No. 8 ranked Jimmy Ellis againstLeotis'Martin
The author of several technical INSTITUTE Va.- 'Mayor Joseph R. StrlpUn. day celebration, the mayor disclosed -
"black power" advocate.Dr. HAMPTON No. 9 will complete a boxing doubleheader programto The chief executive Indicated
Perry is a member Jacksonville youth was arrested city's that the city is In line
NabrlFs resignation was of papers the Simulation, Council, From July 23 through 29,second Hampton in connection with the be presented in the Houston Astrodome, Aug. 5. The "first that this all-Negro for 40 new low-rent homes
Its
held
hailed as a victory by the chair Institute which is robbery of a "-U store and round" matches are to supposedly determine a world heavyweight town of approximately 2,000 He said construction of the
man of Operation Student Inc.He is married to the,former Alumni Institute dimension assault to murder after fighting boxing champion. The World Boxing Association and persons was 68 years old bomes was made possible by
Power, a militant student group Austin M. Hunter, Tallahassee heralded as Institute's a new a running gun battle witha New York Boxing Commission have withdrawn title recogfnltlon Thursday, July 20. The anni- the approval last July 5 o)
on the campus. In Hampton program. from Muhammad AU (Clay) for refusing Induction .
Fla. The couple now city patrolman. versary celebration will be a $581,000 loan by the Department
The College Is preparing for Its
"We don't want Nabrlt lives In Lancaster, California. centennial celebration. The Sylvester Newman, 19, of 1038 into the Army. held In the town's 12-acre of Housing and Ur.
replaced with Kwame Nkrumah, alumni will discuss W. 23 St., was being held In park, with swimming and a ban Development> The loan ap
deposed Ghana president,or Dr. visiting charges of robbery and assaultto HALL OF AYERS baseball game among the entertainment proval was announced fly Sena
Kenneth B. Clark, aweU-known NMA To launch Drive their possible contributions Cen-to murder. Bond was set at NEW YORK-NPI>-Former heavyweight and middleweight features., tor John J.SparkmanandListe
psychologist. the College during will the $15,000.! champions Joe Louis and Sugar Ray Robinson last week were All churches and communityQrplD1r.aUon. Hill, and Rep. Bill Nichols
For NAACP MembersNEW tennial Year which begin According to reports description voted to Madison Square Garden Hall of Fame in boxing,, have been urged Six of the units will be deSigned
Honorable l Peace when school opens next September. of suspects get-away car winning second and third places respectively. Louis was. to choose July 22 at the date for the elderly, sal
.
YORK.- An expanded Alumni Institute was being broadcasted on DCP nosed out by another ex-heavyweight champion, JackDempsej- for their picnics In the Hobson James D. Snow, director, Hob
drive to enlist the entire membership .is The Hampton selected of. Network, unit 206, a one man by one point, 44-43, for first place, while Robinson outpollel'former City Park. The mayor also too City: Housing authority!]
group
Urged Iy NAACP of the NAACP will be alumni open who to.I are willing to spend car manned by County officer lightweight( champion Benny Leonard. announced that a Chrysler Val-

kicked-off at the medical group the week of July 23-29 on the Stephen K. Powell, who was
BOSTON-The NAACP, In its first civil rights lunheon In St. while engaged In a directed parked near 1-95 overpass on
58th annual convention here, ,> iLoBlspAoguEty,!Dr. Jolui Hoi-. campus program of studies sup> ,Golfalr Blvd..spotted a. similar
called for "a peaceful and !oman, Jr., NMA president,announced plemented by participation In described vehicle being
honorable" determination of the her this week. the other ongoing programs at driven by a Negro man. WHILE THE FURORE RAGES OVER
United States Involvement In The luncheon which will be that time. The alumni partici- Officer Powell pulled the suspect -
the Southeast Asia crisis. addressed by NAACP President pants will be enrolled In two and vehicle over at gunpoint
The resolution, the first Klvle Kaplan, will be held at seminar type courses to be and ordered suspect to
NAACP statement dealing directly St. Louis' Chas Park Hotel offered In the mornings. The hold his hands out the window CONSOLIDA TION AND YOU WEIGH
with the war in VietNam during the four-day NMA national seminars will be oriented while he was getting out of his ?
urged "the Administration convention.In around general topics of cur car to approach suspects vehicle. -
to continue to reexamineand announcing his organiza rent educational and national .
pursue with vigor all ave- tion's pledge, the New ,York Interest. They will be exposedto As Powell proceeded to get YOUR CONSCIENTIOUS CHOICE.
nuei which will lead to a just physician called upon the medical Hampton's unique pre-col- out of his car Newman sped .
and honorable peace." profession, Negro and white lege programs u well as to off. While the suspect was attempting -
The convention also reaffirmed to support the nation's oldest the regular undergraduate program to make an escape In
and civil rights organi his car Powell fired a shot
support of the Boardof largest graduate program, and ,
Directors'resolution April sation through pruchaslng special programs In various struck one of the rear tires, WE HOPE YOU HAVE ALREADY DECIDED TO
10 which warned that It was "a NAACP life membership at disciplines.The but, the vehicle continued toward -
serious tactical mistake..to attempt $500 each. Institute will refresh the 32nd and Moncrlef where
to merge the civil rights The luncheon, which will bring minds of Hampton's alumni suspects vehicle made a 90 JOIN US AND GIVE OUR SCHOOL BOARD
movement with the peace movement together leading doctors through exposure to the academic degree turn to the right and
or to assume that one is trough out the country, will be climate of the college of Powell pulled his vehicle up
dependent upon the other." chaired by Dr. William E. today and attempt to strengthenand to suspects car at a perpendicular FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The resolution on the war was Allen, Jr., of StLouls. Co- refashion the link between angle.
one of a series of policy statements chairman of the affair will be what they learned In their college When Newman's car came to
adopted by the delegates Dr. Bernard C. Randolph, also days and what they may a halt he Jumped out and start-
covering the complete of St. Louis. be learning In today's com- ed running Immediately followed -
range of Association programand In attendance at the Luncheonwill plex society.About by Powell. /
activity in such areas as be Dr. B.J. Grant, life >forty ((40)) alumni are When the officer began chasIng VOTE YES ON
dousing, employment, education membership chairman of the expected to participate in the the suspect, a volley of
legislation, health and Cary, lad., lUCPchapter Institute. shots were fired from the suspect's
social welfare,political action, Lionel Swam, stalwart workerin gun.Powell then returnedto
economic advancement, and the Detroit NAACP chapter; NAACP Urges his car for cover and managed QUESTION\ NUMBER TWO
consumer protection. The resolutions and Mrs. IDea Long, president to fire off one shot at the suspect -
like the convention of the National Medical As.oclaUan' before be disappeared behind -
program were geared to the '. Womens Auxiliary. FBI ProbeIn a building.By DuVal Is the only county in Florida where a Budget ..Commission
needs of the ghetto and the this time there were four
poc-
Bombing has absolute and final control over school finances._
kets of rural poverty. to six city patrol cars in the

DOSToN (NH>- The FBI. general area. School Board Fiscal Independence will still leave the Board
There's A Great Lineup Of bas been asked to probe the The chase ended in the 1200 the most restricted in Duval County in its limitations, to
bUck of W. 26 St when Pat E. '
of the
bombing of the home Jefferson of car 24, arrested spend tax money.Help ,
Rev. Milton A. Williams, pre
SUMMER ENTERTAINMENTat sident, Buffalo NAACP b.anch. suspect as he came from undera your teachers pinpoint responsibility as we move along

The NAACP, at Its 58th annual house. the road to re-accreditation of our high schools.VOTE .
convention unanimously
called for the FBI investigation -

the and Bufflo condemned police and inactionby fire Federal Judge

departments for allowing the YESAUGUST

tragedy to happen.As Orders IntegrationNEW a"\x:
a result of the arson attempt -
both Rev. Williams and !
.his wife were hospitalized. ORLEANS -(NFl)-
juries he suffered in tryingto Federal Judge Frederick J.R.. 8th .
extinguish a Ore at his house Hebe last week orkered the
EDGEWOOD LOUNGE before the arrival of the Fire 400 member Louisiana High
Department necessitated sur- School Athletic Association,'
cer'. heretofore all white, to integrate "BETTER SCHOOLS YOURCHILD'S
The effect of shock upon Mrs and to cease from discrimination -
MOl d.,- LADIES MTE free Champagne Williams caused the premature on a basis of race.
.birth of a daughter.! The action was the result of ONLY CHANCE"
RevvWilliams told the NAACP a suit filed in February, 1066
T.lsl.JOHN STANBERRY tRee. Artist) that he had received threatening by St. Augustine Catholic High ,

Live Broadcast- Station WRHC phone calls. "Your house School and twof Negrolndlvldual
will be next" one caller said. against the association and the,
"We're gong kill you, n--," State Board of Education St. WHY ? ?

WednesdayJAM SESSION treat Fun for Everyone) another said. Augustine bas produced some should
For a brief message en why yen vote "YES" en the
"I believe this fire was a of the best athletic teams in
follow-up of these phone calls. the section and bad been admitted School Board Question, telephone 3981617. Please five a
.T'.rsdrTHE' JOHNNY SHAW SHOW I request police protection for to the Integrated Catholic -
friend the number to call.
my family until this situation Athletic Association.
Great Entertainment is cleared Rev. Williams The decision affects all Ugh
said. school of the state.
:Friday & SalirdayLeo President Johnson had been

Dorsey; Doe Sanders expected to appear at the PAID FOR IT THI DUVAL TIACHUS ASSOCIATION
NAACP convention but the White '.
., "S Hawkins .
.* John Sanders WIUY IOWIU MBIDINTI ;
Rouse the Pre-
".Bubb&" McCrader. .... -.,+ % Sid, Clam 1'7 Ty sident's expressed regrets at not being BUT U.8.SAVING BONDS J .,' ".,

.Plus GUEST STABS able to attend. ,



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Redskins' Bobby Mitchell A Reminder Switch Recorded'ln'Southern's stars in the making r Oilers Expect Brilliant.


ScheduleBATON ..

I Will Not Ran For Fm To Fla. Fishermen ROUGE, La-(NPI)_ Year From Their Giant

WASHINGTON-The Washington Redskins might be faced TALLAHASSEE-Fresh water Morris Brown College notified ;The Cincinnati reds;! kERRVILLE, TEXAS-Ernie Land football, mammoth at Grambling Houston Oiler will
with a slight problem in getting Hanker Bobby Mitchell to Southern University athletic officials lineman who played his college
fishermen reminded W.
run and catch the pigskin this coming season. are by Just last week that it probably remember 1966 as the year he became Just another
T. Me Broom Chairman
had to withdraw from !the Sept. professional gridder, which can be compared roughly with
Mitchell has made it known running and flanker back last Florida Game and Fresh Water 30, football game scheduled with reducing Mount Everest to rubblA
that he wlU be seeking more season Mitchell dropped to No. Fish Commission that the need the Jaguars on the Southern
6 for license is Ernie played well at times, conclude 1 "Ifs all uP to Ernie'boy.
money for his services or he receiver in the NFL, the a fishing dependent University campus. ,
will just remain a Hacker first time being below No. upon three things where But within 24 boors a two- even brilliantly at times, like ." The play gained nothing.
5 fish how fish and in the second New York game time to tIlDe, Big Ern'
"There is safety and rah-rah since coming to Washington you you year pact with Mississippi Val From
at flanker Mitchellsald."Butyou your age. There were, untortuantely, will fix the quarterback with I
ley State College to fin the
,
It leave the which other in which smallermen leopard's eyes of ,his
when you county games those
are something special
Daniel.Austin Team void in the slate was announced that
you are a good running back; you reside, or fish in one of by Southern's athletic director of inferior strength and jxl dare him to throw '
there are very few of them. the established fish management ability sawed away at his legs meat to me." Ernie considers
U.S. Jones.Considerable. .
Takes
I was a good one." Nixed DoublesHenry areas, you need license had and caused the flailing Culli- a runner only so much beet,,. I'
been
If fish In home count concern iver to crash to earth. The man kneaded and pounded and r
"I did not like the Idea of Daniels head of the Art you your ) expressed over the bowing out to be .
by method other than witha who bad been four times all- to hamburger.
running the ball at first last any reduced
department and Tennis Coach at of Morris Brown, but that end-
the this 1967
cane pole for AFL failed to make even players on
noncommercial There are
year, after a four-year layoff Eugene J. Butler High School ed when Jones .confirmed taft!
I Iri Ladd
But I was thrilled when I Hester purposes, you need a second team. Oiler team who approach
teamed with Austin one of Vbsksiifl o
replacement i
r. behemothwho sticks
license.If Ernie is a prideful size. He no longer
found out I could still do it. I xor
of his players at Butler to win
under the Valley.He likes his work. When the Gulliver the
you are ol Ute among
back age out
am essentially a running
the first annual Wilder I'
and I like It, but it will cost doubles tennis Park'mixed fifteen or a resident over the said, "We gained a ctru-ger jr 'vain Oilers obtained him altar he Lilliputians. Still, there is only
the Redskins more U they want championship Ice of sixty-five, regardless of opponent than we lost because a I played out his option at San one Ernie Ladd, and he is respected

me to be a runner instead of Daniels, last and Sunday.Miss Austin eliminated where or how you fish, you do a year fine in football and year team.out"MVS fields ,H) Diego, he was expected to be and admired and imitated

a flanker. You get the bumps Preston Moman and not need a license. that i .the leader of a refurbished by the younger players.
He explained "Mississippi
All non-residents except } front four which was potentially d his
on every play when you are a Mrs. Mozelle Thomas in the Valley and Southern will be Because sizeand
children under the age of fifteen the equal of any In the ability he is
funning back. Charley Taylor
finals 6-3. 2-6. 63. .. pitted against each other on
knows need a license to fish In.Florlda" league. leader's role. This year, be
how much nicer it is to Harcourt Pol-
defeated
be a receiver." They fresh waters. Sept. 30, in University stadium, HIlt was the Big Daddy," said has apparently accepted It. '
tier and Miss Louvenla Kite and that the Southern-
Don Klosterman, who was instrumental sporty'he'll Ml
Accustomed to around "Let' get
a salary
in the first round and beat foothill
Mississippi Valley
in singing him originally "Just once, left
the neighborhood of$35,000per Willie Smith. Soccer Classes the defense.
and
Rometa
Mrs. game will be played Sept. 28,
San "but he
for stcp'em.'SAnd
Diego, Stop'em,
season, Mitchell Is also giving Porter in the semi-finals. get sporty.
1968 In Itta Bena Miss.
,
didn't like the Big Daddy.He rookie lie'cbid8
his play when a errs,
thought to future with "old-
Moman and Mrs. Thomas eliminated schedule
The addition to the
man-time" Scheduled Here played like the Little Sisters him gently with, "00 mistakes -
lending a helping
Ernest Wilson and Mrs. of MVS brings to three the Miss "
hand toward his decision."If of the Poor. man; no mistakes now.
Joan Meeks in a first round issippi teams on the Jaguars'schedule
Ray McDonald is as good The Florida State Soccer Association "Ernie never got himself menially The Oiler coaching staff Is
match and defeated LuclOUl
Al-
the number
he has announced that aspec1a.1 equaling prepared to play,"Koster- and guardedly'.latedover
as to be said quietly
appears ,
bertha
and Marie Austin in the of Texan teams which Southern
Mitchell of the Redskins' No.1 two-day clinic of instruction man added. "He understandsnow both Ladd early arrival
semi-finals. in the game of soccer faces. what Wally Lemm wants and the he has performed. -
draft choice, "it will be a lot It here way
was the second championship will be held in Jacksonville on Jackson State and Alcorn Colleges and, of him. I think it '
better to be in the backfield for Miss Austin. A mil v.... Pimm*. expects .
with him than it has been. coupleof July 29 and 30, between the -both members of the is a tribute to Wally and his Ernie's attitude has been real
.weeks ago she won the first Southwestern Athletic Con.Terencebave Outfielder Vada Edward PInson is married has three
hours of 10:00 and 3:00 staff that Ernie to "He
Before being traded from : a.m. : came camp good Lemm tells you'
,
annual Wilder Park daughters and and makes
Women's been Southern'sfoes son his off-season home in Oak-
each The clinic will
Cleveland p.ra. day. early. out there. When wesend
Mitchell bustles
tht
.
was Hand Court land California.
singles champion in all conference ,
sports.
be conducted by the Florida "It the Oilers' field
trlckest running back in tht amues me. him over to catch goals,
ship. State Coaching Committee at Texan opposition-also mem- Vada Plnson,28-year-oldfleet son for ids major league career admitted "to
NFL for the four season with general manager he runs. He is a good Influence
the Browns. The tournament was sponsored the Jacksonville University bers of SWAG-are Texas footed centerflelder, played his sports a liftlme batting 'see him come in early like If he maintains his present at-

Coach Bill McPeak switchedhim by the Jacksonville Recreation gymnasium and will be open Southern, Prairie View and eighth straight full season with average of .301 which ranks this. I know he's ashamed of titude. be can be tremendously

to flanker after Ms arrival Department. to both coaches and students of Wiley College. the Cincinnati Reds in 1966 among the elite in baseball 'his performance last year... important to us.
Other participants were; Yank Morris Brown withdrew because He also of For the eighth consecutive "
at Washington and he won the sport. played a part a and rightfully so. "Ernie Ladd can be the best
!the league receiving title in his S. Emanuel, Josephine Kite, Frans Lerch, captain of the of a rotating schedule ninth season with the Rhine- year PInson went to bat over White Klosterman talked, the tackle in pro football" Lemir
freshman year with the Red- Earl Davis and Barbara Bonner. Jacksonville Spyders soccer among league schools. landers ((27 games In .1958)).. 600-or-more-at bate However Oilers were engaged in some- "
skins. Julius Gulnyard, tennis coach team, has been appointed coordinator Speculation is that MVS will PInson continued to establish Vada's are consecutive. thing that closely resembled a Ladd.

In dividing his time between at Wilder, was tournament di for the cllncl,the first be the next school to becomea himself as one of the outstanding Pinson batted .288 in 1966 with scrimmage, except tackling Klosterman fellow and believes Is rooting he'll for the
big play
rector. ever to be held in this area. SWAC member. stars in baseball.PIn'I' 16 home runs and 76 RBIs In wasn't allowed. You could
all his
156 games. He hit safely in his hear Ladffs resonant voice up to potential.
"He be
can as good as he
first four games of the seasonto
from time to time entreating
"
wants to be he "Ask
I said.
make it 31 straight he had
.the offense to throw a little him about 1966 and he'll tell
I hit in. Vada had finished up the business his way.
you, "I had a lousy season
1965 season wit h 27 straight
Johnny Brunson, the super- with "
capital letters One thing
I 1 which ties Edd Roush for the
swift running back, tooka hand- he works toward is respect,
All-time Reds mark (In one
I off and searches vainly for an from coaches
season) and bis 31 straight which escape route up the middle.As teammates players and

season) and his 31 straight be slammed into the line, "He's
very prideful and be
the Reds record for most con-
Ladd bedeviled
you could bear has always been a competitorwhen
secutive. by a pair of double-
him to I
you put a test.
Against Philadelphia pitching teaming blockers greet Brun- .
,
-> *"
T1 m ce Wben ie was
Pinson batted .456 in 1966, get son with, OD'. on in tore

ting 31 for 68, including four ..... Com, on page 13
homers and )15 RBIs. ..... .._ -----;-J.-. ".1.1"" a111.) .iy '. .
I Vada now has posted full season

batting figures of.316;.%87]; .
.288..343; .292; .313; .266; .305 an! Tom Collins ?

On four different occasions

Pinson has made over 200 hits _
for the Reds and twice has __

driven In 100 or more runs. ,
The lefthander hit a grand- 1 t

slam home run off Bill Henry
of San Francisco on August
.X-L- Air Cushion 24 and this was his sixth u a

'I' Red, the most any Cincinnati
batter ever had.

Finest Tubeless Retread Brand New 4 ply Nylon In 1959, his first full season
I with the Reds, Vada led the

Tubeless Blackwall Tubeless Blackwall Cincinnati club in' batting with

.316; led the majors in doubles
6.50-13 7.50.14 8.2514 6.50.13 PLUS 1.80F.E.T.. ((47)) and runs 031)); tied a major .
league record for making
7.00-14 7.75-14 8.50-14
I 7.50.14PLUS2.21FLY. "200-or-more bits" in first full

{ 7.35.14 8.00.14 8.55-14 6.70.15PLUS2.23F.E.T. season in majors ((205)) and was

J' .Wr.00_010..tWo.oI.",.M",., I....d.,WII/Io....et"- named to the N.L. All-Star
,..1Ho.i 'widbd.dnWr.erw.wwuM.aarllMeplr/r game team.In .
1960 he was on the All-Star

Game Team again as he batted.
i \ 287. f
He greatly aided the Reds

pennant club In 1961 with a

/I .343 eague.average, runner-up In the

Rnferside In 1965 PInson batted .305 in

NWMN L1 159 games with 204 bits, 97
....r w..+rNIM .
runs scored, 34 doubles, the

.rY.rM W/rr.d ..rI longest batting streak of the
season in the N.L.21 straight= :.
games and led the outfielders

N In fielding with a mark of .981.

Before missing the May 31,
..ri111NY.MMt' 1962, Vada played in 508 consecutive Make it

i :7 .. ........"+.+. games for the Reds perfect.


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i il A&M Rattlers To Open '67 Grid Season Against Allen Univ.'s YellowjacketsCoach I


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j, Gaither's TargetFor Shaw Bears Coach Defensive Specialist Oilers Expect

Spotlight On SportsCurtis
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Releases ScheduleRALEIGH '.
L Coot from page 12
67 Is I i '
ConsistencyTALLAHASSEE N.Or-tNH)-- at GrambUne and they were W. Gentry the Chicago Bears' 25-year-old sophomore

Flir Tie Florida Atll University Rat- Dennis Jefferson 32-year-old going to play Mississippi Vocational half-back form" Maryland State, is an ambitious young

tiers will den practice shoes on Thursday August SI In former grid great of the Floirda which bad Deacoo'Jone. man who has set some pretty rugged and demanding goals

preparation for their season opener against the Allen Ifci- AIM University Rattlers in \ .! who is now with the for himself within a crowded schedule

versify Yellowjackets in Columbia S.C. njrty-sli returning Tallahassee, and an All-State ,., Los Angeles Rams. One of the He Iff the ype of fellow who'll tell you, "Loot I see something

lettermen, the most ever for F FAMU Till lead football and basketball star coaches told hlaw that Jones I want and PU get it." And when he starts to outlinehis

host of returning players and determined freshmen back under the tutelage of veteran had said be was going to take goals you've got to believe he's dead serious.

to the gridiron to begin the twenty-third bead coaching mentor AS. "Jake" Caliber,Is care of him. He knocked out Last week as Gentry was shipping off to the Chicago Bears

season of Jake Calther. the new football coach for the Jones four times. during the training site at Rensselaer lot, along with the rest of the

Coacuiaither is looking forward Shaw University Bears.Ke succeeds game." "Papa Bear" brood, he outlined his objectives-all to be
ing. Some of the factors accounting -' doesn't
Lea A. Royster.The The name of the game
achieved In 1967.
to the first day of prac- for the Rattlers turning
exAllCFFC (Central matter to Ernie. Nosterman
First and foremost Gentry wants to crash the Bears start"
tice and cites consistency as a ,
to the air in 1968 included
Florida Football Conference) remembers a time Chargers "
major problem In '67. "Last ing backfield lineup. And, be says barring injuries, Iw111
injuries to key backfield personnel quarterback at FAMU Is a were flying back to San Diego "
year we were a seesaw team, and the emergence of graduate of the Demonstration and Don took Ernie forward to ,
for business
Secondly be wants to lay the groundwork
literally one week and down ,
up John Eason of Ocala who accounted High School of FAMU and received Introduce him to the pilot a
which to Us financial coat when
the next. However the last career; something on peg
for more than one- a degree in health and personal friend.Ladd mentioned -
three his grid days are over. And, unlike most athletes Gentry
garnet we displayed remarkable -
third of the Rattlers'total -
passIng physical education at the university he liked to play checkers.
poise and confidence.I is not fooling around waiting to see bow successful he'll be
yardage In 1957. He also holds "So do 1," said the PUot "Infact
can' that it will in pro football.
only hops
Key bacfcfleld injuries include the M.E. degree from the sam I I like to play checkers so
H" is to his business foundation even
carry over to the coming sea fullback Preston Johnson of e starting now lay ,
institution. well I always a set with
son." (The Rattlers defeated Boston Mass. and halfback carry as be prepares for what for him will be a very demanding
Bethune Cookman (37-13 of Before leaving the campus me. football season. He'll work off field as a sales representative -
Sam Anderson Miami.1965
last week on a three-week recruiting Before Ladd could reply the
distributor of maintenance -
Texas Southern (41-12) and for a leading Chicago building
Johnson and Anderson averaged
trip that will take co-pilot interjected that he too
,
Alabama AtU ((43-26) in their products for the Johnson Wax Products Company; and
better than 10 yards carry
per him as far north u Massachusetts was a checkers: expert "So
last three games last season.) Last both he feels this will give him a good business headstart an*
between them. season and south u Florida Ernie sat down and played both
him while be
A major decision Jake permit to earn learns.
facing
players were hampered released schedule of them at and beat them
Jefferson
a once
to settle down to married life. His 21-
for 1967 is his quarterback sit with knee Thirdly he plans
the
throughout season "
said
uation. ICs a problem most injuries for the coming season. easily, Klosterman year-old wife, Laverne-whom he courted on the Princess '
and never regained
The Shaw grid card pits the leaving unanswered only the
coaches would like to have. their 1965 form. Hubert Gina Readcoacn Jack McClarlen will count Thomas Hines Anne campus of Maryland State when both were students-
team against Hampton institute on question of who wasayingtheplane.
Senior will complete a summer course in August and then will Join
Elroy Morand, Ocala, of Savannah,Ca.,leading ground Matthew W. Gilbert Schoolto
Sept. 23; Fayettevllle State, a 190-pound senior from High .
this will enable them to
Curtis in
and Junior Kenneth Chicago. Gentry hopes
Bar-
Riley, gainer last year, and freshman Sept. 30 Virginia State OcU bolster his defense this coming grid season.
; ,
;
of the bliss that have eluded the couple since
enjoy some
will be
tow, fighting for the number sensation Glenn Edwards of St.
Elisabeth City State Oct. 14 Hines was a defensive standout during the 1968 grid season
;
LPt Go their marriage last March SI, due to his varied activities.
one slot. Morand is a with Johnson
Petersburg, along Johnson C.' Smith University and Is expected to repeat with the same caliber of defensive "
dangerous passer who can throw and Anderson will give FAMU Finally Gentry wants to be a "good Joe. He wants to help
this
Oct. H; and North Carolina play season. kids find the back. Listen to him talk abut
from fitfatt'TIPS wayward way
the bomb the
anywhere on
of its running
toe strongest
College Oct. 28. More than 100 potential Wildcats will report to Bethune-
field. A clutch who has how he plans to help youth groups as a volunteer speakerfor
player in recent
games years. Cookman GridIron fir so.,easwsrsa
Wrd examinations.
Other include Virginia College August physical -
games ,
._ Board of Health's venereal disease educa-
knack for 0. aa.nfOw1..nd. the Chicago
a out
pulling
games When add James Long of
you Union University Nov. 4; Winston practice is scheduled to begin Seotember 1st. )
of the fire in the closing min Tallahassee Henry Scott of tion section:
utes last Morand Salem State, Nov. U; and ON EARLY SEASON "I owe Chicago that much. These kids should have someone -
year completed Robert Lampkin of
Melbourne homecoming I Robert Ennis Named
Saint Paul's
50 passes in attempts St. Albans, N. Y., Andrew College( Two Ex-Rattlers FISHING else to look up to besides the guy carrying a gun or a

for 778 yards and seven touch Greene of Miami, all returning ), Nov. 18.JeffersOll Alumni Secretary Early spring often both knife. Many of these kids are really terribly ignorant about

downs. Riley throws the short lettermen, the offense will definitely spent seven years Robert T. Report To Broncos trial and triumphs for the social problems. I hope that my talk will do some good."
well but be would rather U football coach and taughtat GRAMBUNG, fisherman Though nah are per. Gentry also does not mind a bit exploiting his status asa
pass have to take advantage
Stone High School Melbourne Ennis director of athletics and TA.LLAHASSEEFla.Two fectly willing to acommodate
football to the kids. "They know Chicago has
run than throw. Everytime he of this speed and power on the Fla.; one year at Mississippi coach at Grambllng High School ex-Rattlers from Florida A&M the alma,of anglers getting the player help "
a professional football team be explains. "They've seen
fades to be looking for two ,
pass, ground. together sometimes proves
State named executive secretary included
Valley College has been University are among
an opening and knows what to John Eason caught 30 ; dlmcult. the team on television. But they don't know any of us playersand
passes and with the of College to the
two years recreation the Grumbling the rookies reporting "
Adverse water conditions often I think they should ,
do when be finds Last
last Andre
ope. for 588 yards season.
season be scrambled for 288 White (now with the Denver department at Tallahassee. National Alumni Associ- Denver Broncos White training from defeat fluhrrmrn this time In fact, Curtis Is going to see' to it that they do. His specific
ation. camp-end Andre of note the .
year fishing
yards which made him the third authorities goal: To save at least one young boy from Juvenile de-
Broncos) caught 25. The remaining
at .
His coaching experience Includes Ennis assumed his new responsibilities rampa and tackle DonaJdSmlthof Mercury outboard
leading ground gainer on the 52 passes caught were eight years in football this month. Bartow. White and Smith will high winds, changing temperatures linquency.
team. Chances that Coach and Gentry is determined to achieve all these goals in 1967,
are distributed 12 players. muddy water caused
among Rattler
six in basketball two in baIe'baU The alumDhecreta11w1llceDtrail. Join Al Denson former
Gaither will alternate the two Eason will be back next by heavy spring runoffs all but in the meantime, he must make sure he can remain a
year and 1962 and 1963
and one in track all alumni activities All-American In ,
depending on the situation.The cause frequently encountered Bear -by! keeping himself In Up-top shape. He'll have to be
game but he can't do it and
alone
of the
A native of Tallahassee who maintain liaison with chaptersof who has been one top
problems.
,
entire Rattler offense will In top shape if be is to win the backfield Job left open for
therein lies one of Coach currently makes his home in the National Alumni Association players for Denver since his Winds that often discourage
Whltsell sent
Dave
"the best qualified" when veteran was
face kind
of
probably some dither's major problem for anglers can have beneficial
Raleigh Jefferson is marriedto while developing a broad rookie season.' actually
,
overhaul from the first of by the Bears to the newly spawned Mew, Orleans Saints
day 67-how to compliment his the former Miss Peggye network of relations with graduates effects on fishing They
practice will major emphasis running game with a good passing Brothers of Melbourne Fla. and former students toke p may hasten warming in some Many observers believe Gentry Is equal to the task, and
on the running game. Last season attack. Leading candidate to them in close touch with the ATTENTION BOWLERS areas and kick up such a fuss when and If be does win Whltsell's Job, he will have taken

for the first time FAMlFs. replace White is Benny Johnson Baddy Sherk Inters instttltution. On August 1, at 8:00'p.m.., the on windward shores creatures that bot are, a major step forward In achieving his goals. You see, the
recorded football the Sherwood Scratch League tom.burrowlna off-field will be easier for him
challenges Curtisis
history from Hallandale. Next to Eason In addition, the executive. King dislodged or exposed to raven because
Rattlers gained more yards and White, Johnson led the rest Paul White maD Race I cretary will foster cooperative will meet for organization for ou game nan. Exercise boating the possessor of a sharp.mind. He graduated from Mary

through the air than they gained of the ends with eight receptions DAYTONA BEACH -Young action In support of various the winter season, at Sherwood caution, of course, but remember land State In 1966 president of the school's student govern-

rushing. for 93 yards.Defensively Buddy Sherk of Tampa, who college projects that might not Lanes. the wind can be a friend. ment and bolder of a B-plus average and eight varsity letters.
Despite this feat the Rattlers All old and members alike Rising temperatures set off In other words
three of the best started Us SCCA racing career otherwise be made possible.Ennis new one may say that Gentry represents the
ire not changing to an offense' deep men In small college foot several weeks ago with his said he hopes to engender are asked to meet with James.JCey ft chilled roving fish instinct particularly In winter-among welding ot a sharp pond with a strong will, tender heart

. with major emphasis on pass- ball return to give the Rattlersone first appearance SWeat Palm 'aa acuU., IWlf8lltW to help' get the'!. program. \the younger and more adVCll\-,, andwell-condltloneoVbody. 'r:. ,: :tl b ; 'J1
of the best defensive back- underway. urenome of the breed. ..* r : w,Me
Beach, became the first entry among graduates of their
The left-Groomed fields in Rattler history. Nathaniel for the Paul Whiteman Trophy responsibility to support the ai-

James of Bartow Major races scheduled for Daytona International soclatlon through voluntary
Me Vie MUIRAY'S
II Hatelton of Bartow, and Eddie Speedway for Sat contributions.

Superior lair Pomade Cooper of Plant City intercepted urday and Sunday August 5 and

15 passes between them last 8. Buddy will drive. a new Dodge Watch
season. All three run the 100-

yard dash In 10 seconds and Dart.Two other Tampa drivers were This Clown Colorful Scenic r

Hatelton and James have been among the first 20 entries filing

clocked at 9.5. for the two-day 15-event SCCA '

Turning to the line, the Rattlers regional sports car program 34-216-21. Place Mats !

will miss Freddie Wood. which will be staged over the r

son at tackle and Benjamin 1.63 and 3.1 mile courses. They 52 53 SSt

Davis at guard, but Melvin are Billy Diehl with an Elva

Rogers of St. Petersburg am? Courier and Or Costanzo witha l : w
Freddie Lovett of Savannah, Corvette. FREEwhen

Ga., two sophomore defensive' Howard Zitxa of Ualtland,
tackles should take up the Central Florida Regional executive 4' '- 3


line slack. Returning will be led veterans by Rudolph on the largest, fields anticipates to ever one competein of the 61-42-55 you "Put the !new Tiger in Your Tank I Ia r

Sims from Tampa and Richard the Whiteman races basedon

Ford at defensive guard. early entries. 555161.96Sometimes ( fill-up of 8 gallons or more)

Charles Henderson of Fort The two-day program calls

Pierce came into his own' for five preliminary sevenlapraces Hers Up,Sometimes

Kinky Stubborn. Hal last season and may earn a on Saturday followed by He's Down, He AddsSubtracts,
starting berth at one of the five 15-lap events on Sunday. He workds It all around.
Cupondt "As If By Magic"Now tackle slots.Offensively.
:
you CM him sudsy rmfldmceyout on the line, Zeke < j:
332
Mir b Mall iroonml If jroa ..pMr IS 593 -
dab of MURRAY'S toftrtotHAIR Sims of Ocalaand Walter Spicer HONDA! HONDA! 1
DRBSSINO KjMADf! Ci .... II
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nick or shot lor cool comfort guard positions with Arthur See the ,,',, ;

.Ik MURRAY.,O.s or .doM.....II trtlunu bat Contains, d.de'1MMAe""P. ma Fla of Miami close behind ALL NEW CL 77 S3 27 347MAN'S / '; ? { "" 4tY

Sharon Stallworth of Plant City,. NOW ON DISPLAY i
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: Carpentry, Roofing addltons. SERVICE Called To Re-organize GroupA For N.I. Winners I
Best prices. CaU 39-854, Service' Calls $2.

........".. .........
Phone 724-1167 meeting of Duval Salesmen and Merchants: has been called INTERNATIONAL
: for Sunday July 30, for the purpose of reorganising the Dura' ANAHEIM Calif.-(NPI)> BY NEGRO PRESS
LAM SAND' flU DIRT
Retail Merchants: and Salesmen's Association. which has been i 'IUHKT* quoitioiu clout Conforming to the format of
: OYSTIR SKILLS "New. Faces In the News" of SEGREGATION HtJRTSATLANTA.NPIJ.a
several Junior Mia
Inactive for years. etifuetle
IXTRA IIC LOAD: WANTED in other areas of activities racial
Red. bitruu.Q. this year's All-Star gameCld
: ORBIT SAND CO. Beauty Operator, and bar The reorganization meetingwill previous members of the organization 2 grooming cinnati's new hitting sensation. segregation Is hurting the Negro aspirants A$39E,89tln-
and be held at Howard Johnson or Refreshments to Tech .It was revealed.
fill aD. bers. New Hollywood Beauty Tony Perez and the larships Georgia ,
LIT'Ifitla Barber Lounge 622 Ashley St. Dining Room and Is scheduled will be served.Federal Chicago Cubs Ferguson Jenkins social melon is available to Tech for athletic scholarshipbut
Call 354-97,74.{ to begin at 7:30 j>.m. walked off with heroes' Negroes nave yet to slice into it because they report
A reorganization vtunlttee Jp accolades in the 38th annual edly fall to meet educational requirements. Failure' to measure
FOR MEN AND WOMEN composed of If.-n White GovernmentLegislates version of the classic won 2-1 up to the standards is blamed on poor pre-college
Joshua Hlflnr1! ,. and Eric 0, by the National Leaguers last training in the stat.'. segregated lower schools.
'OF All AGES'TakeNewIMPROVEDNATURE 511 W. 17th Street unfurnished Simpson, editor of the FLORIDA Poverty G week. It was the.fifth victory

Apt., 2 bedrooms. Hot water STAR announced that the pur- in a row for the NL stars over AARON WINSCINCINNATMNPI
TABLETS for that tired run: beater kitchen equipped. Jack- purpose of the meeting Is to the American Leaguers who } -Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves slugging
don feelingthatkeepsyoutrom sonville's most modern apts. bring salesmen and merchants Even with last year's improvements have now fallen behind, 20-17 outfielder last was named Player of the Month for June,
enjoying life. ,$90,00 per month.Call 355-4061 together for the purpose of in the Federal Mimtmim in the overall standings. after he blasted nine home runs drove in 23 runs in 17

100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets. or apply at 1643 Main Street. working together to stimulate Wage Law. one out of every Joining Peres and Ferguson games by posted a at batting writers. Aaron was voted
$3.00. $1.00 deposits on sales in the community. three American workers earns Whra Fas farte to ..... in the starring role was Juan the a panel 50 baseball and broadcasters.BLAMES ,
,c.o.d.'s. HflP' ANTED In previous years, prior to less than $1.60 per hour. An oar or a special part, I always MarlchaL, the San Francisco .
EMPIRE PRODUCTS t SALES the death of JJ). Brooks a hourly rate of less than $1.60 worry iboot whea, to Brrlre. I Giants high-kicking pitching PRE-JUDGING
MAIDS N. Y.SL :ERIN JOBS, dynamic salesman and public does not result la even the know SACRAMENTO CalIf.NPIControverl1al heaYJW8lehtbolIDe
Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway!! torn people we always star. Juan who started for the ,
Chicago, ILL. 60626] salaries to $65 fare advanced consultant the organization, $3130 a year, established by the UU, but bat Out fed nuuwir NL against Dean Chance of the champion Muhammad All (Clay) blames adverse pre
Rush references, phonenumber. made great strides In stimulating Federal Anti-Poverty Program Yet I hate to be MM first oc* AL, had "good stuff on the his being denied a license toflght for Negro charity
''ABLE: MAIDS AGENCY 163 N. as the mlmumun necessary UMTC. Whiff die proper "hbetween" mound and gave up only hit in ScaLfornla. All, who wanted to fight to Oakland with the
MAIN FREE PORT N. Y.tUIDS. .' 1 to keep a family of four time? three Innings, in the game that proceeds going to help feed poor children in Alabama, Mississippi -
: LEO'S out of poverty. Ten million of A. As a rule II'. best to be was dominated by pitching. and Georgia, commented: "In all my court cases,
s 'those covered by the mlmlnum on time, even if you are flnt Peres saved his heroics for the decision are made before I get there"

.Sin RipiriifOfAll ..FOR. NEW TORT wage law are not provided with confused But It'. not .surprising you'n the 15th inning (the longest In .
mlmlmun yearly income while ,because Its considered
llf TO SIS WEEK: another 7 million Americans "on time" for moat parties to All-Star history), when be CURTAINS SEATTLE Wasb.-NPI-Onc' hailed as the "Uncrowned
brought the contest to adrama- ,
lid Top jobs NOWI! Best homes in are not even covered by the If be you're up to going fifteen to minutes be delayed late! tic finish in favor of the Light Heavyweight Champion," ring yeteral Eddi .c"ttor

H.YT City:; ,New Jersey.Friendly I Federal law." longer, it's a good Idea to call NL ahead with a homer in the 42. a hard luck fighter announced last week that
lisiim Eamllies., Fare sent, rush references I Conyers told the Retail Clerks your hostess and let her know NL by slugging one of Jim mitts after bis match in Anchorage Alas
I Is fir Oily FREE GIFT I assembled at their 25th Convention when you'll be arriving, if at Hunter's slants Into the left- gaigainst Ernie Gibson Coca, who said he was heeding
934 E. UNION ST. MISS DIXIE AGENd "the failure of the federal all possible. She's sure to un field bleachers for the his wife's request to retire and settle down to normal life,
1 300 W.4Q Sti NY.Cf.Dept.. 2ld I government to use a coordinated denland, 'and appreciate your decisive margin bas fought virtually all over the world, losing in two title
approach to the elimination of thoughtfulness. Earlier Richie Allen of thePhlladelp6ta bouts to win the light heavyweight crown. One of his title
sales and promoting poverty is both irresponsibleand Q. Winter parties an hardest Phillies had put losses was a disputed decision to Jose Torres in Las Vegas
'ISIIUU.Df..l P.Apis r HELP WANTED goodwill the community. irresponsive to the needs to plan. I cut: MelD to think the NL ahead with a homer in last year.
That's Mel f 1 bale the Amazing White stated that all per- of the 17 m semi-employed of e then, let alone decoratfons. the second, before the Baltimore
: superior tonic tablets pep NEWS REPORTER sons, male or female who are Americans. Any person who Whit would yon do tf Orioles Brooks Robinson ON TOURROMENPlWIlt
:for all the things you want to do. connected in anyway with sales must work hard every day and you wen ass 1 tied it up in the sixth From Chamberlain, the great star of the
Box of 30. $1.00. Satisfaction Trainee are Invited to attend the session then take home poverty pay is A. Have a ball a sn:>w- that point onward the pitching champion Philadelphia 67ers and the National Basketball
Must be good in whether have been ball, that is. in
they No
guaranteed or Money back. For 'semi-employed. matter what duel ensued, until Peres clincher. Association currently on tour in ttlaly and elsewhere
Men and Women.P. English Use Type The Detroit Negro the climate's: like in your part Europe with the bun-storming Harlem Globetrotters. Wilt
writer Apply: FLORIDA of the : snowflakes "
country
Congressman announced at the set "busman's holiday
Ferguson, a bard thrower had calls his post-season tour a
STAR 2323 Moncrief Rd RENT the scene: for a wonderful'winter
BOOTH FOR Convention that he
plans to Introduce ,
0. Box 230, Dept. S. whirlwind. Decorate the room the dubious distinction of serving -
CiRCULAtiON NAN a new minimum wage up the homer to Robinson HITS SNAG
Gary Indiana Les Cbarmette Beauty Salon, bill which would end legislated with snow white flakes cut: but his heroics on the mound NEW YORK-.(NPI)-The elimination tournament being set
Distribute NewspapersFull 1427 Davis St. Call 3569907. poverty "My bill would raise from Kleenex dinner napkins. mere than offset the miscue up purportedly to find a successor to heavyweight champion
Time or Part Time the minimum wage to $1,60 Serve a mountain of popcorn "Fergie" pitched his way into Muhammad All (Clay), hit a temporary snag last week when
Must have car immediately for all non-super with hot chocolate: : or cold the Patterson hedged about coming to terms
11 IS.. FOR RENT> WANTED All-Sar record book. He ex-champ: Floyd
punch.: Put on a great stack of
visory workers who now earn of Calfornla
Apply: struck out six in three innings for a proposed 12-rounder with Jerry Quarry
FLORIDA STAR Wringer washing machines less than that amount. A $Z.OO records: and everyone's sure to obstacles removed before
1213 W. Beaver St.. 4-rm Lower have a good time! to equal the recoreto Patterson said be wanted certain
$45.00 mo. 2323 Moncrief Rd. any condition. EL 47748. minimum! wage would go into equal the record set by such participating. The World Boxing Association and New. York
254 Copeland St. 3-rm Dupl. effect for all employees as of Q. I want to hug to many previous All-Star luminariesas Athletic commission has withdrawn title recognition from

$3 ,OO mo. NEWS REPORTER CHILD CARE July; 1968. A $2.00 per hour but things there's oa ay never bulletin enough! board space, Carl Hubbard (Q934)) Johnny All for refusing induction Into the Army.
1233 W, Monroe St. 6-rm Upper Some experienceGood wage would yield a modest fur then aD. Pretty soot in Vander Meer (Q942)) and Larry
$45,00 mo. starting salary By day in my home. Ages yearly Income of $4,000 year.. hive month staff to cover u Jansen (0950)), '
627 Washington St.3-rm Dipper Advancement. Group 3 to 6, for working mothers. $4,000 per year would not pro- entire wall. Help, before I'm Meanwhile it was luckless day
$52,00 mo. Ins.:Apply: FLORIDA CaU 3538220. vide a family of four many Inundated, for Willie Mays and Frank d
HOUSES FOR RENT STAR, 2323 Moncrief Rd. if any luxuries enjoyed higher A. One lifesaver of a solutionis Robinson. jyioienceRoundup'l
".10 Barnett St. 3-rm Bung. paid workers, but it would at to keep three-dimensional Mays who got off to an un-
$54.00 mOo ROOMS FOR RENT'' at least be adequate for the real items pinned to the board, and usally slow season's start and I .
1468 Logan St. 3-rm Bung. HELP WANTED Nice turn1&heci, cool rooms and necessities if Mom gives her permission/ Star lineup for the first time
$44.00 mo. Female, TYPIST apts with utilities, sanitary "I cannot emphasize strongly hang the flat ones on the wall. in 15 years, went hitless in NEW YORK-PI)> Here's a brief roundup of the racial
4420 Moncrief Rd. .6-rnrHouse MIST DO 60 W.P.M.. ACCURATELY bathrooms. Lobby phone cafe,, enough" said Conyers "t h e "Frame" your favorite singing four times at bat. However violence that has afflicted the country's major cities in recent -
$60.00 mo. GOOD IN bus line. $7.00 a week and up. effect that a Ii economicallysound groups, football heroes, and he sparkled afield as usual. months (starting with the first incident this spring):
SPELLING., ENGLISH, NO CHILDREN NO LOAFERS minimum wage would class: pictures: with Msrvalon. Robinson, who is still suffering NASHVILLE &. -thrownlog and Ores broke out in the

FOLAND& mCBEK Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323Moncrief NO DRUNKS. have on problems which face- adhesive backing covering the same Cut size cardboard es from occasional blurred Va derltit. risk and Tennessee Ail area SpeechesbyStokely.
i Realtors 1292 .W. Adams St our cities vision as a result of a collision Carmichael were blamed by white officials.
Road Jacksonville the picture: for stiffness. Then
,
354-8435 317 W.Forsyth St. .Florida.) i Cor Myrtle Ave. A Adams St. make the "frame" by cutting: with a Chicago White Sox JACKSON, Miss.-Two nights of rioting occurred near
Msrvalon strips and folding player was forced to sit out Jackson State College after a policeman chased a student oar
.' : r the game on the sideline. the One Negro was tilled and the National Guard
them the of the campus
: : : over edges
; //t! i 'N.:. l' :. ./ j:rJii11t":! :!:! SHOP AT YOUR pictures and cardboard.: Hang Tony Oliva of the Minnesota was called out to quell the resultant outbreak. -
I .. pictures with stick-on: hooks Twins took Robinson's place'In HOUSTON white policeman wasleft dead during a skirmish
.tm{:' : f..' ..::\j:;: jM&' AlP WAREHOUSE STORE and hangers. Soon, you'll have the line up. And Tony play- between police and student in Texas Southern University.

-4 S. H' .p. your own private gallery! ed fine ball, collecting two hits' Civil rights leaders charged that policemen ransacked TSU
I ,,, -/11; 3000 .. 45tb ST. for six times at bat. He played domltorles while putting down the disturbance.
Q. Mother's birthday Is coming : centerfield.Danville. BOSTON.-Millions of dollars in damage and 30 arrests resulted -
..... IN THIS AD up soon and, an Banal, I out of a-sit-la 50 mothers at
PRICES
:.: .' .. .. :V. '. ::.:::::,.: dont know what to give her. from rioting that grew
: :::: :

The: store -'haf..5: cares..about;: : :you l!!:::::: AtE GOOD THROUGH.SATURDAY Do yon have gift any dean for ueitnispecliJ Negro 'the ATLANTA local welfare.-One center.person was killed and three Injured r during

two nights of rioting last June. Again, Carmichael was blamed
IX > .. j -...., -4 JULY 29ff A. A busy mother really appreciates Faces Run-Off for inciting the disturbance.PRATTVILLEAIa.Carmichael's.
free time,
: so why not
arrest on charge of disturbing -
I give her some? Take can: of
*- one Saturday, do the family assumlngly won a chance in.Danville's ,
PLAIN OR SELF-RISING .' IDe OfF [lIn ironing or some other household Democratic primary TAMPA Fl Disorders snowballed after a Negro teenager
S chore: that she usually to vie for a Virginia General' was shot and killed by a policeman. More than $2 million in
SUNHYFIELDFLOUR j.t does. You can: make her a Assembly seat, but will face a damage was done, and some 100 persons were arrested.
TIDE special birthday card to tell run-off primary because of oaf BUFFALO N.Y.-Rioting resulting in calls for more Job
her what you're going to do. receiving a majority of the, opportunities which city officials were seeking to provide.
One that looks like a book, votes casted. KANSAS CITY Mo.-About 150 Negroes threw rocks andI '
with a different favor "written"on Ruth Harvey a'' NAACP attorney bottles at police when the officers tried to'matt an arrest.
'I each "page" Is easy to make I
active in the Danville
recent Eleven persons were locked up.
N DETERGENT by covering: cardboard: with civil rights litigation,held I WATERLOO Iowa-White storekeepers armed the wake-of
Marvalon adhesive(
covering: .
a 350-vote lead over George riots in which five Negroes arrested.
Spell out each: favor with a different were
1'; color: Marvalon. Make Anderson, with' one precinct r
: ,; .I..f II 6IANT 49C coven the same wsy. Then unreported, for the Danville-1!' I.- A'COUUSE' IN NEW MATH was

5 39'l.j : ; t SIZE punch holes In page and Plttsylvanla, House seat.A 11.(1r\o. being taken by group of parents *
I I IB. BAG 'i. covers: and tie them together run-off election is scheduled so that they would.b ttcr
., HJJar with colorful ribbon. Let for August 15 in Danville..: understand it and be able let help
; LIMIT 1 WITH $$5.00 ORDER. Mother choose: the day she Meanwhile in Richmond Dr. their children. with their home-
I I wants you to deliver the real W. Ferguson Reid, a Negro work. -
I. present Surgeon easily won nomination
f I Q. I kite to bring this up .In for one of eight Richmond-area Aflcr'.truggling with It for a
I xd ALP TROPICAL" FRUIT PUNCH the middle of winter, but I'mronrlml House seats. Reid was nominated few sessions, one parent threw
I. SULTANA about my bathing lull for the House two years'ago up her hands-ill despair. /,,,
: shape. I look out of shape, ..11over. after a contest recountbut this New Math what next?*

IGRAPE DRINK Know my good ei
P'nut BUTTER A. Let the punishment fit the j heard? Afttrmaihr, '. '
crime
: Get in the swim at. Negroes have not been a partof MACHINE
I local pool! (Go to an all-girls' Virginia's Legislature since1 .,. ,; J. '

t session ,when the boys wontsee 1' Reconstruction .. CONSOLE MODEL, SEWING llESJINGSUBLESSnli.7,
1'OT,11/2 your out-of-shape shape, MACHINE Must place in your 'J'bi'ma a born with the gift
1 59c.3 : 89'I Really work at swimming area. A-4 shape Zig-zag, Rev Roosevelt Franklin of Macon -
u. lengths is many as you can: I makes button holes, fancy designed Georgia is through God,
J cANs do without stopping. A once-a-: sews on buttons, applleques that I can remove all evil condltions -*.
week session, combined with .. .
I Mairpr mongrams, etc. some questions
sensible eating habits, will help I JACKSONVILLE Sold now for over $300. Must :wth to know. you mat
put you in bathing suit shape I Sold now for over $300. MUST ;
by the time school's: out. It's SACRIFICE. Just balance >t D0'> IgU. NEED: MONET?
AlP BRANP MIX OR MATCH WE! I fun, toot! SHIPYARDS $63. 00 or pay ;
assume $8
flPKEj 1 monthly :B MT SICKNESS'NATURAL?
Q. AD tbe compltikM advice
IMMEDIATELY payments Will take older mar .CAN MY HUSBAND STOP
SlICEB BEETS-WHOLE BEETS, j says to wash year face) eevenlttmts REQUIRED ',chine la trade. Call Credit Manager. -' DRINKING? ,
e day. But schools.
my I
Phone 353.1946AnytimeWill
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CAN MY LOVE ONES
BE RETURNED
not Mt op for face drytag
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