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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Material Information

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:
August 5, 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
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WASHINGTON President Johnson 7/26 made a grave appeal to American youths to respect tarred to western newsmen, Jax IntimidationBy last Friday of
the law as he spoke in the White House Rose Garden to nearly 100 young delegates threatened "vengeance" Group Charges the appointment of Virgil D.

to Boys Nation, an annual exercise in government sponsored by the American Legion. At against President Johnson, Hawkins to fill the post of
left is Alan Keyes, 16, of San Antonio, Texas who was elected president of Boys Nation. Secretary Robert McNamarafor Employees Of Mayor TanzlerSensing Deputy Director of Jacksonville -
7/25. (UPI) alleged abuse of American Equal Opportunity, Inc.
Negroes that the (GJEO) confirmed the reportin
Carmichael said the American unemployment governor through the efforts the FLORIDA STAR Issue of
: : : L DENNARII: Negro Scouter Honored As Negro Operator Negroes "are taking the offen- of Negroes and the resulting of Rep Vermon Holloway of July 22 that Hawkins had been
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first Institute president sive now," and "they will kill poverty that leads to discontent Miami saw Kirk demonstrate: handpicked for the Job by
first and aim for the head," and frustration which culminates Director Gordon Eunche and an
Pleas
SoundedMayor
board of trustees. Dennard will Harmony Crushed By Trail| he said. Commissioner in riots. Althle Inside clique who are
assume the presidency in October "When the CIA (Central Intelligence City attempting to run the program
of Hans G, Tanzler praised Negro Scouter,C.E.Simmons Agency) assassinated Range was in Tallahassee last as a personal patronage mill.
at an annual salary Ernest Gavin, 18, 1621 E. 21st
for the of discussing
Jr. scout here Tuesday purpose -
a since 1934 and holder of the coveted Silver. Malcolm X, our great
$25,000. St., was dead' on arrival at to the exe-
with Gov. Claudo Kirk According reports
Beaver award as "one of the finest "
men I've known. leader they succeeded for a
tebring Den
Born in Fla., Duval Medical Center shortly what preventative measures cutive committee must approvethe
nard attended public schools Simmons, member of the City one of the finest things to happen after a capsizing crane he wasERNEST long while in fooling Negroesinto could be taken to avoid racial filling of the local poverty
there and received a bacelor's Civil service board and vice | to this city, and his recent believing that it was other strife In Miami. program's hlgh-levelposltlons,
degree In vocation education president of the Afro American election shows the confidence Negroes setUing a score,"'Car- The only member of the city approved Hawkins only after two
from Florida All M University Life Insurance Co., was a- our people have in him. &tfW\jMj\ dO" "!t fcne of us has.. c'1IU1\'S6ioo.' Mrs. Ring told of Its seven members on band'
Simmons called adults to fJ be shot it is Important
on ,
; in 1948. warded a "meritorious ser- she asked the governor's aid for the purpose of voting left
He earned'a master's. degreein support Scouting as a "major that the Negroes in the U.S.know in obtaining immediate employment for business appointments,thus
contribution" to achieve that the CIA is for
trade and industrial edu- community tab 1v responsible for the unemployed giving three committee members -
cation from ColoradoState Uni- harmony and growth. it."We Negroes In the area. who favored Hawkins a
versity in 1958 and a doctoratein Similar pleas were soundedby I, must take our vengeance Mt s. Range suggested to Kirk majority vote.
Jacksonville's first the leaders of the United
educational administrationfrom Negro against Schell Jr. and
that he call In the Hotel 1 and Dr. W. W. ,
councilwomen Mrs. Mary States. We don't know if our
the University of Restaurant Commission and ask Claude J. Yatesvotedinlavorot
Singleton and Mrs. Sallye B. people are ready yet but our
Tennessee in 1964. Y that the agency assist in the advertising for applicants for
Dennard has held his New York Mathis, who were introduced list Is ready: McNamara, Dean situation.On the position.
Job since last December. His I I by JJE. Bradford Jr. A Rusk, Johnson, etc..." he said. behalf of Miami Negro Yates said, "I 1 believe we can
W.D. Sweet principal of Stan- Carmichael referred to Malcolm Mf5. ALTHIE RANGE
task there is to develop new Mrs. Range said "we find more qualified people than
ton Vocational School '" X the saint" groups that he is a man of action.
programs and coordinate and r High pre- /" as "patron would like to see Negroes employed habe appeared before us."
evaluate existing ones for an, sided at the committee honor of the Negro civil rights move- in numbers in When it was suggested that a'
larger
agency that seeks to open opportunities night program. 'I ment in the U.S. He said Mal the large hotels and restaurants state wide committee be There were three other applicants -
for unemployed and colm X was killed "by Cuban for the deputy posi-
: exiles but the true assassinwas tion. W. Gardner Sams Jr.,
underemployed persons. The Jaxon Shot ,
i t I.) Recent surveys show that from .R
the CIA." director of the job training
Manpower and Career Development
CO to 80 percent of the Jobs In
Agency, of which Dennardis CHARLES SIMMONS + 4 The black power leader called hotels and restaurantsare project for the Urban Leagueand
larger
associate commissioner, is vice" plaque by Dr., Jean C. During ScuffleA CALVIN Abraham Lincoln a "white being held by Cuban re- Elmer D. Tossie, a teac-
her at William Raines High
one of three main componentsof chairman of the raclst..nothlng more than a
Downing, past operating crushed him early fugees. In some cases there
the Human Resources Ad- white southerner.The Civil War School..
Cherokee District Committee Jacksonville man was shot Monday afternoon. are six Negroes to 40 Cu-
ministration that was organi- of the North Florida Council of In the upper left thing daring According to the Duval County was based on economic Interests ban employed in some esta- Dr. Schell told the FLORIDA
zed by New York Mayor John the Boy Scouts of America. Jacksonville man was shot Sheriffs office Detective Sgt. and was" not fought to blishments. STAR this week that he .

Lindsay. Pleas that Jacksonville be in the upper left thigh during J.L. Suber, Garvin was drivingthe free the slaves, he said. Negro employment is low compared was "shocked to learn that
Nabrit In announcing Den- spared the agony suffered by on argument with his girl friend. machine in the yard of the He defined armed Negro aggression to Cuban even in the appointment had been made

nard's appointment called him some sister cities, by people Leroy Atkins, 18-years-old, company's prestressed con- as "the only "way Carmichael we establishments like Shell Cityon because he felt (and expressedthe
"a leader of experience who will "Joining hands" in brotherlylove 315 Jefferson St, stated to authorities crete plant at 402 Hecksher can win our struggle.last 7th Ave., where Negro trade view to the board) that
bring specialized abilities in as exemplified by Boy that he and his girl Drive when the accident said until year, is responsible for 50 percent sufficient effort had not been
them-
vocational and technical edu- Scouts, were sounded by top friend were fighting about her occurred. Negroes only defended of the business. mado to find a suitable for the
cation, teacher training, school Negro Scouting officials and going out to the bar. Garvin attempted to turn the selves but "we are moving toward who able to CI' cJ.e.KJtk
Mrs.
administration and in human Mayor Tanzler. Miss Bernice Johnson, 26, 315 machine around, and was apparently a guerrilla violence" in Range the interview was with the Job.Many agree that the mannerin
resource mobltzatlon. He also "We stand on the threshold Jefferson St., was reported as traveling at a rate urban American centers secure formed to spearhead the Job- which the appointment was

has a keen sense of the needs of greatness due to harmony having got a gun during the heat of speed to high for the small opening effort Kirk brushed It made (after members had left
of inner city communities and among our peoples," Mayor of the arguing and told the victim crane, Suber said. The vehicle Unknown Assailiant Rapes aside and picked up the phone the meeting ) was highhanded,
possesses a great personal dignity Tanzler told adult Negro scout- not to her again. The victim tipped over and Garth was and made contact with an aid! smacking of skulduggery.
and human warmth." Ing enthusiasts gathered at the grabbed the gun and it crushed under it, according to Butler TeacherAn in South Florida to whom he Hampton's charge that
His professional career began Holiday House Restaurant to discharged striking him in the the investigating officer. Eugene J. outlined his plans.Commissioner FLORIDA STAR publisher Eric

in 1949 when be became coordinator honor the prominent Negro upper left thigh. An9other youth riding on the Range went 0. Simpson had called several,
of vocational and adult Scouter. The victim was carried to Du crane, Thomas Martin, also attractive young Jacksonville school teacher reportedthat back to Miami with the assurance members of the committee on
education for the Montgomery, In reference to Simmons the val Medical Center by car 24 18, Jumped to safety and was an unknown man criminally asaulted her in her Pearce from Gov. Kirk steps behalf of Sams proved false In
Ala., city-county school system. Mayor said "his appointmentto and treated by Dr. McConnell. not injured. Street apartment last Tuesday night. will be taken to open for Ne- that no member could be found
From 1951 to 1961 he was assistant the Civil Service Board is groes in Miami, especially the to that Simpson had talks
supervisor for trade The Junior High School teacher committed an act of rape upon hotels and restaurants. verify
and industrial education in the Rev. C. Askew Group Of Young Jaxons To told authorities she had been after which he left by the back Jaxons ed Many with are them fearful to appoint that Sams.In the

Alabama State Department of out with John Gattln, of 4021 door. UneasyIn absense of a positive, and dynamic -
Education. He moved from the Pearce St., to the .Tr lcana
state post to the Carver schoolsin Accident Victim Seek Charter ConferenceAn Lounge where she had a drinkof -Local Business undertone Jacksonville of unrest where a n directorship personality to bolster in the the deputy director -
-- spawnedb
Atlanta in 1961.A organizational meeting was scheduled for Thursday August Scotch;: whiskey.The y poverty and frustrating of the GJEO the anti-
member \i several educational Rev. Clarence Askew,68, of 3, at 2178 W. 12 St.,in the apartment of Robert Ingram at 8 p.m. victim stated she left Men Organize economic strangulation-..prevails poverty program will fall even
associations Dennard 115 Ernest St., was killed Saturday the lounge about 9:30 p.m., more miserably than it has in
it citizens
rest
also is a member of the Joint night when an automobileran A group of young Jackson- continue to sit around the conference and went home alone In her Duval Salesmen and Merchants uneasily, meeting the needs of the poor.
that there
hoping praying will
Commission on Correctional through a red light and ville Negroes plans to seekan table we can make fur Association was reorganized It has been pointed out that
be
outbreaks that could leadto
Manpower and Training and the slammed into his car, police audience with esldent ther progress." car.After arriving home the vie- Sales Personnel and Merchants no programs like the NeighborhoodYouth
President's Advisory Committee said. Johnson in an effor to obtain Membership in the group will time went to her living room Association at Howard John- rioting and violence.One Corps and the Neighbor
on Adult Basic Educa- Police said the man chargedwith a national charter for a be open to persons from all and watched the Tuesday night son's last Sunday, July 30. of the reasons for mis- Service Centers were almostnot
driving through the red new organization aimed at endIng walks of life, he said, including movie and about the time the The large crowd attending the givings is that the Jacksonville funded because writing of
Ford 44 of 1877 discrimination and Improving former young street gang lead- meeting elected officers and branch of the Southern Chris-
tion.Powell light, William Job : eleven o'clock news came on the programs delayed during
Did Attend Harden St., escaped while being the social and economic ers and others from disadvan- she dressed In her night clothes listed objectives of the organi tlanxLeadershlp Conference has Bunche's term as director.
treated at Duval Medical status of the Negro people In taged areas of the community, and watched the news. zation. announced that H. Rap Brown There indications that lenUment .
"Black Power" Meet Center. general.No described by Ingram as the According to the reports after The officers elected were fiery president of the Student is growing for the removal
AskeWs wife, Elizabeth, 65, name has been chosen for "people who are really affected the news had gone off, Miss President, Willie Motley, Non-Violent Co-o r din a ting of Bunche whom many
NEWABK.N.J.r- Clayton Powell did attend the and was injured In the accident, from meetings of the past few The new organization will be light burning near the bed and Joshua Hillman, Buy city for a rally on Aug 9. politicians and Influence seek-
"Black Power" conference last according to Patrolman D. L. days with governmental and affiliated with no other group fell asleep with the light still and Save Enterprise; James C. Moses Davis president of the ers.

week. Starling.She other officials here. Mack -.''It Is Independent," accordIng on. Bailey, Secretary, General SCLC, called a press GJEO president James E.
However, the Powell who attended was not injured critically Freeman, a Duval County to Ingram, an official In The victim told authoritiesthe Wholesale; Abram Anderson, conference last Wednesday to Workman also is coming in I
was not the ousted Con according to the reporting of- schoolteacher, has been named the Jacksonville Urban League. next thing she rememberedIs public relations and education, inform the citizens. "of the Intimidation for his share of criticism for
gressman from New York's ficer. chairman temporarily. Ingram went on to say "this is someone putting somethingover Anderson Associates; Islah and assassination permitting the appointment of
Harlem, but his son, Adam The officer said the Askewcar Ingram, one of the persons not Just a summer program ber face and saying"don't White, Consolidated Distribut plot" against Carmichael and a deputy director in the
Clayton Powell, Jr. was beaded north on EaverSOlI behind the move, said the organization designed to give persons a scream or Ml kill you." log, treasurer;J.D.Bass,chap- Brown. He said the organization manner It was done. Although -
The senior Powell remainedon Street when Ford, who was will be designed to chance at getting a decent Job. The suspect turned the light lain, Bass Cafe; Freddie Mot- had informed the Justice Department regarded u a man of
the island of Blmlnl In the headed east on Beaver Street, "maintain greater harmony But this is an ongoing program off and said "I'll tell you what ley, Sales, Motley Enterprise. of the threats made high integrity Us seemingly
Bahamas. He later held apress ran through the light, which things can be' accomplished designed to improve generally 1 want," according to Miss All citizens of Duval and adjacent by persons employed by city approval of the hiring policies
conference on Blmlnl and commented was red.Askew's. without racial strife many com and permanently conditions Hunley. She asked him what counties are invited to officials. which have protested for
that "black! rebellionsare car was knocked about munity. We are concerned with among the disadvantaged in and then she felt a pillow being attend the second meeting at the Brown said some of the people a long many time Is placing tim inn
a necessary phase of the, 40 feet after being slammed into all of the United States. Jacksonville". put on her face. Mayflower Hotel,Sunday August were working under the direction awkward positionJJaMRY
black revolution." on the driver's side. "We have made progress.If we She told police the man then :. 13, at B p.m. of Mayor Hans Tanzler.



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THE "j> j *oicinTiomsTntri>rKritntonitn. To Be Equal 1 -1
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\ twiM BY WHITNEY M, YOUNG, JR.

Published'by the n HUNGER, UJ5.A.
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Do you know that here In America, In the world1 richest

country, people are starving?
Pin not talking about famine In India, or hunger in countriesmay
miles away, without adequate food production. Pin talking

NEGRO PRE3 1 1C 1j about_the.U.S.A.,_which throws out more food in a day than many
countries ear u a rear
t A team of doctors returned from Mississippi
and told Congress that the health of poor child
ren there eas "pitiful" and "unbelievable".
ER'IC 0.: '$ ; They said that many children were "suffering II
from hunger and disease and directly or Indirectly
C they are dying from them..."
HILDA WOOTEN ; A health- surVey of children entering the Head
Start program In Shelby County, Tennessee, found that almost
j SGNfOA'f0 half suffered from "a mild anemia which would correct Itself

: with better food"
2323 Moncrief In thousands of homes adults and children skip meals and
make' do with dinners of grits and bread, never eating the
., milk, meat and fruits needed for nourishment.The
situation has become so'bad that the Office of Economic
P.O. Ban 5S9 Opportunity has granted a million dollars to pay for
c food stamps for people who can't afford them In some Southern
ew \d
t/-- counties. But this program is an emergency one limited to
the next few months
5011 NV 7tk There are two kinds of federal food programs for the poor.
In one, surplus foods are distributed. In the other, food stampsare
sold to the poor who can turn them in to local stores to
purchase food having greater value than the cost of the stamps.
One Year. $ The catch Is that, although these are federal programs, local
Mailed to You i\ authorities must ask for one of the programs, and then administer
t It, deciding who qualifies for them. As a result, most
'
Send poor people don't participate In the program. InSouth Carbllna
FLORIDA Check : i \\\1i''s\ iY1 for example, less than 2 percent of the poor took part In federal
food programs. In all 15 Southern and border states, more'
JacksQ than 3 million poor people had no access to any federal food

.. ... '.. ".... ,' ..- ... "' -_---.........' .- and in the areas that had such programs, only 1
million
out of 7 million poor took part in them.
Rioting The Another problem comes from the Inability of many persona
HAVE THEIR HOPES BEEN SHATTERED...? to afford even the cheap food stamps. Many thousands of Negro

The riots sharecroppers have been forced off the land, replaced by
way
----- machines, and they exist outside the money economy. It doesno
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put a machine gun I good to tell them that if they buy $11 worth of food stamps,
resulted in I they can get $45 worth of food at the local market they Just
of property I don't have the $IL
I YOUR II Federal officials have given reasons for the inability of the ,
engagement in Weekly I
I I present system to reach all those In need. They point to the
indicate that ultimate responsibility of state and county officials who control
cross purposed I : the program at the local level. Now, Congress Is about to
movement. I enact emergency relelf to individuals suffering from lack of

The late P. B. I I food
Horoscope Guide I Food stamps should be made available free to all who need
Journal and
I them, and If local authorities abuse their power, federal
Negro has tried : officials should decide who gets the stamps. Existing federal
better his **** I agencies can handle food distribution to the poor in these areas,

physical and if they are unwilling to take on this burden, then the Red
it would be futile. I ; By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I Cross or other agencies should be delegated the task. -
I II It Is obvious that many local authorities have no interest in
the I
During feeding the poor. It has even been suggested that poor NegroesIn
I II II
were more than I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR some Southern states are being starved out as a way of
most famous one is I forcing them to migrate to the North where their newly
met ignominous I gained votes can't hurt the local politicians.
of the whites I These states have exploited Negro labor and now that mechanization -

followers I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I is widespread they don't need the Nerro'.1abor.
gave So food has become a weapon in the racist arsenal. We are too
attempt to free I rich a nation to tolerate such a horrible situation. Immediate
.
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Laying down action must be taken to change it.

rights is more :> CANCER urn CAPRICORN)

) overcome'black "some-day.power": : t BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BURN 'DEC. Beware ConsumersIf

, The minority Blfc; c ,f22nd-JUtY' :) 22 \ '23-OCT. 23rf'j i' i 2MJANJ 15th you had ever taken a"load of wheat, '
'
with physical ground it into added ,
r'f o matter Check that urge. Cancerlans Give no signs. Tricksters may Start doubting. Insidious influences flour various
too great. be or she are perfectly aware that certain be lying In wait ready to trapat may be so subtle as ingredients for special purposes put in
What does it pastimes and pleasuresare the first misstep made.Don't to leave one unaware that they a little salt water yeast, perhaps some
to destroy or forbidden because of limitation underestimate their strengthnor are present at all. Some with vitamin concentrate worked the resulting
You Imposed by religious beliefs their endurance for waiting excellent intuitions will leelsme
stores and shoot dough, let it rise into loaves, and then
until they believe that the nevertheless and
more to shortages of cash, health thing, ,
are killed? when weaken- considerations or the force of moment is ripe. This may mean Is the cue to redouble baked it in an oven to make a loaf of

life for a cause, out first public opinion. In keeping with remaining on guard during the Capricorns could bread you would quickly see the reason
of one's the principle that stolen apples rest of the month when there very well stumble on the truth ,for the spread between farm prices and
strength taste better,such pursuits could may be clear Indications that because of a remark that someone -
Education the cost of finished food .
be most tempting.Whenever the the danger has blown over. Do makes and may be overheard products.One
life have craving grows too strong, It not have any financial dealings You should make not of senator has made the suggestionthat
The regular and and may be a wise move to confide with friends for these can become it for it could aid in weathering labels on food products should state
rising your in nearest and dearest the sharpest severers of the storms that are now the value of farm-produced ingredientsto
n a t ion state of and extract support that will the ties that exist between Individuals darkening the skies. Friends, make consumers aware of the difference
help to stiffen one's backbone. Llbrans will be much far could announce a
especially when cha- near or between the retail price and what the
better off in the way of extracting marriage along with other plea
Jobs than ever standing ones 2409916896LED pecuniary benefits sant tidings. farmer r e c e i v e s for the basic

There exists when working strictly alone,and raw material. The only trouble is that
there are more in the deepest silence. 8 -10-33-11-542 both farm prices and retial prices are

be filled than 7-60-88-13-199 constantly shifting according to the

to fill them. BORN JULY23rd.AUGr changing relationships between supply,
Thus we continue AQUARIUS demand and competition. Grocery clerks

which there are 22nd SCORPIO BORN IAN. ,would be spending practically all their

not have training It's a mystery. It is not BORN OCT.24th.NOY. time pasting new labels on their mer
job which will through lack of warmth, enthusiasm -
20th-FEB. 18thIf chandise. Consumers would really be
what have
ability, or 22nd
on. you that plans go awry. It appears fifty-fifty. Someone allied confused farmers would not receive any
We have that indefinable twists be Guage your to lash chances. You may may be just unusually boastfulor more, and retail prices would go up to
ready out at the
development run un of fate so often play havoc a bat. This dropof laboring under a grandiose cover the cost of .label changing..
educational system. the with the projects of men'AU be the greatest, naturally single may illusion giving rise to exaggerated As The Wall Street Journal observes
cause ,
will be in all, there might not be too claims and statements.
Our leaders for reprimands from higherup "Like so many consumer-oriented schemes
much
to complain about, anyway It may be an appointed task
slow down our parti since the financial pres- discussion with loved ones, to bring this person down to designed to be informational, this could
can catch up. are sues to which not so long or any in other life All unpleasant Incidents earth and to point out the way only be less a help than an unintentional
situations
fire under It may ago subjected seem to have fraught with are that both should follow instead. hindrance. "
and there
In pace with the long- faded away. Look into pro- should be safety danger valves for the This could turn out to be a gigantic
If to keep positions that have a connection and even thankless task
building a letting out of steam. This applies Stone Throwers Beware
with
pos home-bllding, real In which you risk everthing .
moving, then let persons estate or allied fields, for they to people, as well as to and receive no assurance in The ancient observation
of "Whose house
pieces equipment with which
cational system very could now return a substantial return of obtaining any results,
one has to work. And while at is of glass must not
throw
stones at
inspection for the should profit to hose who are sharp let alone gratitude And yet,
it, do not overlook the need "
reason traders. The future will be all. U upholding dignity as well another, applies today to many persons
In- the sounder when Leos have for cordial who relations with persons as material advantages, it may; and organizations and to governments in-

North Carolina assis learned all there is to know whom it may outrank be one or with to be necessary to face the music general one is reminded of its truth,
or of- through past errors or failures. necessary and call for a showdown on 'reading the statement
The city of Durham collaborate. of a union
devised a plan for 5-80-77-16-937 1-50-22-13-247 8-90-66-16-233 leader to the effect that the rising cost

to problems of medical care may have to be combatted

raised hoped of YIR60 SAGITTARIUSBORN PISCES by setting. a "ceiling" doctor's'fees.

tense and preventing BORN AUS.2ltdSEPT. HIV BORN' FEN.19th Compare the years of study and the money

municilality. 22nil spent to gain the qualifications and the

Efforts Way wait? If you want to go 23jd-BEC. 21st -lIAR. 20th right to practice medicine with the timeor
streets ex somewhere, write to someoneor Feelings count. Secrecy Is Time flies: Eacn year, as it money spent to get a union card in
housing, setting 'up Is put- do something out of the ordinary agan enjoined when in love or' goes by, seems to have passed different trades. Anyone who has hireda

which will follow It's this Is as good a,thing engaged in activities that maybe Just a little faster than who the previous carpenter, bricklayer, plumber, electri-
Plsclans are
as simply to do TJ>> termed one.
for helping t n Just any it. e top confidential You cian
or automobile
at the fact that when mechanic
aware recently is
housing and able to blueprints you draw up may be may feel tljat there is not much now
are the products of an Inspired use feeling joyful when one may one has more of them behind aware of greatly increases charges. Also,
Leaders of the form Intellect They should not be not tell the rest of the world one than caring to admit should Just consider the cost of 'g vernment.
Community Improve a fort pigeonholed because someone about It. But that is exactly now start taking count of how Taxes which are the price of government"
efforts of the good close to you or your own inclinations what must be done to protect many may still be lying ahead are ,
rapidly reaching a point of virtual
< would be for the
This purely
put them self and dear
the community po urge you perhaps, ones
arizen. Thus it away for a while Good results from the malicious gossip that purposelonger determining maybe confiscation of property and savings.The .
,
steps which may also bring is the stock and trade of so : productivity people are to blame for voting for
provement along to be financial pins, seem to de- many individuals And then, stretchedandhowmucbmore: men and measures that promise something
further and pendon ability to make decisions there are position and worldly earning poire r may be built free. The tax bill that pays for it is
and to take actions Interests to consider up. While It does not appear
We would like to em- precisely for they
never mentioned nor the
to lead to at the psychological could also suffer from criticisms U if August Is the right month inflation that
pare improve and af moment established by individual that are directed against for such activities, the planetary follows extravagant government it has
In .an dffort to circumstances a person, pattern indicates that there truly been said that the art of politics

in home ownership ? 4-80-11-15-192 could be no better. is to make the people like you no matter
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AUGUST 5, 1967 STAR PIPERS .__ _u..__. ....... ._. u. .. .. _. .. .. ,AGE }

I Dorsey Weds Bonner Barbara Jean Bonner Becomes ,Wedding Announcement I
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r Snide Of Joseph M. DorseyMiss !' : 'i4'i4X


Barbara Jean Bonner daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Klllis I
B. Rouser was married to Joseph Milton Dorsey.Jr., son of I
the senior Dorseys Washington D.C at noon Saturday, July j X
29, in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. The Rev. I
Michael J. Kelly officiated. ding were: Mr. and Mrs.JosephM.
The bride wore a gown of Dorsey, Sr., Mrs Elsie
satin and Chantilly lace with Washington, Mrs. Barbara Eaton -
cq seed pearls. Her mantilla was Mrs James T.Dixon.Mis.
of matching lace and she car- Arlene Elder; Miss Joyce Elder -
ried stephonotls and orchids Mrs. Mary Somerville;
Miss Mary Bonner sister of Miss Ethel Lee, Mrs. William It }
\ bride, was maid of honor. Attendants Burrell, Miss Margaret Glllam 't/ I
were Mrs. John all from Washington, D.C. Mr '
i t Johnson, Washington sister of Mr. William GeneretteSr.andJr. H, .}
the bridegroom; Mrs. Murray ., New York, Mr. and Mrs.
Jackson, Milwaukee,Wls.,Mrs. Homer Alexander,Chicago m.
Dwight Johns, Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fears (
Pa., Miss Sandra Wilson Miss Mr. and Mrs. R.L.Balky,Mrs. '
"\ Juanita Hart and Miss Marilyn Leslie Lee, Tallahassee Fla., :.
:- Madry. Shawn Wilson was Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Jack- ,

flower girl.James son, McRae Ga., Mrs. Leo
yt Dixon, Washington,was Harrison, Columbus Ga., Mrs. 1. i
best man. Ushers were William Solomon Calhoun, Mrs. James
r Burrell Charleston Lee, Bryant.St. Augustine Fla.,Mr.
"1 Charles Yarbourgh, Ricardo P.D. L.Williams Palatka Fla.,
Elder and Curtis Dllworth all '
i" : :,,) of Washington and Robert Weaver rVra. Harriet McMarries, 1717 W. 24th Street announces e'

.. ..... .;.w, .. ,'. Memphis Tenn. Raymond Sponsors Trip To engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Miss
Epps/ Ann Arbor, Mich., was Susie bells to Ernest Hayden son of Mrs. Katie Haydon of
ringbearer Susie Izella to Ernest Haydon son of Mrs.Katie Haydon Brook-
Boy :iScoufs Slate Roundlable Meeting The reception was held in the Magnolia Lakes ins, 1966 W. 12th Street. The bride-elect is a graduate of New .
home of the bride's parents. -Stanton Senior High School, Class of '64 and Duval County
No. 11 will
The t3py Scout Roundtable of Pallbearers sponsor
,> About
partment. PeopleMr. received her license in
Practical where she
Following a wedding trip to to Lake Nursing Program
the Cherokee District of the All unit leaders assistants a trip Magnolia
will Practical Nursing.
Washington the couple reside -
North Florida Council is set September 4.
and Institutional representatives The is a graduate of New Stanton High School,
in Park groom-elect
Takoma Md.
for Bus stops are at the following
Monday, August 7th
8p.m.,
at the James Weldon Johnson are requested to take Walter Lee Robinson Jr., spent the weekend here in the Mrs. Dorsey received her points: 19 and Fairfax 8:30: class of '64. He served three years in the U.S. Army with
Branch of YMCA, 5700 Cleve- advantage of this training opportunity city. B.A. degree from Fisk Univer- a.m., Moncrelf and 26th, 8:45: 'duties\ in Germany and France. The wedding will be an eventof
land Road to bring better scout- He is now stationed at Charleston South Carolina where he is sity, Nashville Tenn., and M$. a.m., 21st and Myrtle 9 a.m., August' 12th at 6 p.m., in Zion Hope Baptist Church. The
Ing to the boys in their units. with the S. YWCA 582 W. 8th Street. All
The theme for the month is serving U. Navy. degree from Indiana UniversityIn Myrtle and 8th, 9.45: 4th and reception will follow at the ,
FIDELITY SAVING Mr. Robinson reported having had a pleasant visit with friends, Bloomington Indiana.She is Myrtle 10 a.m. friends of the couple are Invited to attend. *
"Every Scout Swimmer".The
Bob Smith)
a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha (Photo By I
roundtable will feature a demonstration Social and Saving
The Fidelity
---- Sorority. Mr. Dorsey received
of swimming met- Club will meet Monday, August his BJ5. and MjS. degrees I
hods and the swim safe defense 7, at 8 p.m., in the home of MR. JESSIE PRICE FETED from Howard University vAri-
WANT BIG
plan by Julius Guinyard of the Mrs. Elnora Eason, UOZGrothe Washington attended Indiana I Ia

Jacksonville Recreation De- St. Mr. Jessie Price, iou W. 13th St., was given a surprise University and Is now enrolledin .. ,'I IsNERwooD
I
birthday party recently in the home of Mrs. Loreatha L. the School of Dentistry at
JOBS ARE OPEN Bush, 1021 W.13 St., with Mr. Leo Frank Bush and Mr. James Howard University. He is a
Gee co-hosting. member of Omega Psi Phi
The honoree received many cards and gifts from relativesand Fraternity. m'l'l,
FOR TRAINED PEOPLE friends. Out-of-town attending wed- \ I
The menu consisted of baked ham and all the trimmings. i
WEDDING t r I

I.B.M. Key Punch ---- j PLAZA a. I

VISITORS FROM TEXAS BELLS '
THESE .SAVINGS! THURS.
Mrs. Helen C. Malone and son, Charles have returned to Henry Albert Mitchell,.16,9 I CLIP COUPONS ,
Nurses-Aide Cashier Checker their home in Fort Hood, Texas. Windle St., ZZ and Murnace I I
Mrs. Octavia Chandler, 514 Jessie St., is tho mother and Annette Coleman 1262 Grothe BELOW AND SAVE FRI., SAT. ONLY ;

grandmother of Mrs. Malone and Charles. St., 22.Marlon.
They reported having had an enjoyable time before departure : INANITIES LIMITED
I
for Texas.'LOW. Beckon, Jr., 911 E. ..
] Clerk Typist Oakley St., 26 and Josephine I SO COME EARLY .'. ; 'Tubfast:
Frances Wanton, 2141 Stubbs
COST'Face Lane, 19.Leroy JIND BRING YOUR CUPONSSHERWOOD I T playwear I


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Lifting 4507 Moncrlef Rd. W., 19. I: STORE
("YOUR' NOME IS OUR CONCERN" Bobby Lee Harris. 1849 Me- i rig ?1i ;1WReverseshift{) $ 97cAIE
24 and Lottie Mae 9
harry Ave., t t
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Day or Evening Classes. Roosevelt Torrence, 4973 ;,
Dens And General Room Rhode Island Dr. N., 23 and

Student Loans rBr Jacqueline Patricia Green 540 Sale 1.57 A. Infants and children's
.-. Additions Are Our Specialties Copeland St., 19. no. 1.99 ,' I corduroy Crawler...
I Cotton slack
suspender
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Available .i ASSISTANCE" Jos. Milton Dorsey Jr.,Wash- Sleeveless with round I
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218 W. Adams Street Capitol Construction Co. Jefferson St., 19. I shirts
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David James Manning 921 W. 'Fabulous 400'
Duval St., 30 and Eartha Lee I sheer meshseamless I

Lawton, 921 W. Duval St., 26. nylons r

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UNITY TO JUVINILE MEET CLUB I I 3.77 ; 3.44 Sale 77ci

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The Unity Juvenile will meet Women's nylon Wash drip or tumbledryand
75% cotton/ Flat rib-knit T-shirts
Wednesday August 9th at 4:30: tailored .briefs wear or ;
the Masonic TemplePresident I 25% Vycron Xtra TufTM athletic style undershirts
p10.road, Street. polyester. Pants, 29-42; and seamless seat tfriefs. I
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Joiners at this time. I RIO. 19i ,I.
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the closing of the meeting., I Quick-dry r -;.asst.colors.-5-7. I

Continue on Page 14 I Permanent Press Kodel1>/cotton ruffled I

METRO means dictatorship tier curtains, 30", 36" ion,
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Mitrd gives almost' unlimited power to the Office of Mayor and an overly-ambitious poli- world hindi your and.run ctdng KM,old the-perhipt .before chenille bedspread Sale 44'
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I Bishop Hatcher To Open State Tri-lnstitute At Edward Waters College -I





Gospel Singers Reader Program Latimore SingersTo State Tri-Meet Set For

ALTAR CALL Render RecitalThe

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; Latimore Singers will Edward Waters College

OUT OF TOUCH render a recital Sunday night Bishop E.C. Hatcher, presiding Bishop of the AME Church
The shift from the non-violent street demonstration to the at the Holy Church of the Liv- the State Tri-lnstitute .
in Florida and the Bahamas wUl open
molotov cacktall, rock-throwing, vllent, demonstrative riot- ing God, 1933 Yulee St., Elder at Edward Waters College August 7th,and will continue through
ing in the streets calls for a new rationale to explain differences ; Collins pastor.
11.Registration.
In the two phenomena. A. The children are well trained August
Before discussing this new "thing" that Is upon our society, and will be heard singing your for the more than, '''Memphis, Tennessee, will deliver
commendation must be given to the editorial staff of the Christian &, r ,4w favorite gospel selections. 2,000 delegates including 1,500, )! the Keynote Sermon
Science Monitor for Its In-depth positivistic coverage of The Nathaniel Jackson Oc- young people from throughoutthe Youth Night will be held aF the
events that took place in Newark, N.J. One of their stories tovettes will give several selections state of Florida will beginat College Gymnasium at 8 p.m.,
called attention to much that has been said in this column about -1 !< '. on this program. All 8:00: a.m. Monday morning.The Tuesday evening with Mrs.
the gap between the clergy and those who riot. 'J singing groups of the city are 32 Presiding Elders will Maeola J. Monroe, State Pre-
A meeting was called in Newark for civil! rights groups, I cordially Invited to come out meet with Bishop E.C.Hatcher sident of the Y.PJ., presiding -
poverty agencies, ministers and citizens to decide how to and assist the Latimore Sin- the Chairman of the Board of On Wednesday, August 9
restore order. Before the meeting ended, the Monitor states,, f; gers la their program. Trustees of Edward Waters the Midday Assembly Youth
about -allltant Negroes walked out grumbling about "undue \ The mistress of ceremony will College, and make the reports service will be held In the Lee
toms." \ 11 \f be Miss Lily Burke, and the lor the Council of Churches, Auditorium, the Rev. Fred
The comment at this point by Robert Curgin, a former chair- \\ public Is Invited to attend this Florida Council Church Women Richardson, Jr., presiding. .
man of CORE, pin-pointed the gap. "Most of the ministersand gala United and for the State Meeting The Missionary Freedom
people In there," he explained, "don't have contact with 10 aim At the same hour the Rally will be held Wednesday'night
people on the streets. Rioters aren't church-goers." affair.TWO Women's Missionary Society at 7:30 p.m., at St. Stephens -
The truth of these statements was borne out that slime Board meeting will be held with AME Church. The Rev.
night when these leaders discovered the futility of their Mrs O.T. Hatcher, Episcopal D.H. Jamison will preside.
efforts to communicate with those who took to the streets Supervisor, presiding --
after dark to continue rioting. The Revs. R.E. Lamb, Director -
..,.... ...
In between Watts and Newark there were peaceful non --- MINUTES of Religious Education, ,eh

violent demonstrations in many sections of the country. LATIMORE SINCSRS-Shown 'from left: Lily Burke; Jackie Young; Sonja Stephens; Jean and Charles E. Toston, Assistant -
Some of these had the support of the clergy and the average Burke; Ann Stephens; Valarle Stephens; Nlta Burke; Terry Boyd; Fay Boyd and Tena Wil Director of Religious AUK 't
Negro church-goer. In those days, there came pleas for liams. Backrow: Chuch McClaln and Mrs. Alberta Latimore, pianist and directress linN THE BIBLE Education, will meet with the
more support from pastors and people.To IT COINIUWf I. sCAM ,.... Faculty and Staff for the Institute -
be sure, church people were too far removed from the MIIAN .lilt loom at 5 p.m.
scene then and today It is apparent that the gap is even Royal Court and CMKAOO, HUHCMI MMI The Consecration Service will
wider. The frightening aspect Is, since it wasn't narrowed begin at 8 p.m. at Mt. Olive
FOR JESUS' SAKE
during the days of peaceful revolution, how can it ever be Lodge To Meet AME Church, the Rev B.J.
accomplished In these days of violent revolution? "Delivered unto death for Jesus Williams, Pastor. Dr. S. S.
The phenomenon is too Incomprehensible for most people. Royal Court 173 will meet in CHUR'EWS saft," (\/1\ Cor. 4:11)). ,MorrIs, Pastor of Cboppin,
to have logical, meaningful techniques on tap for Involving the Memorial lower unit of Grant There I in much that He all do for Chapel AME Church, Chicago;
the resources of Negro religion in particular in bridging Church at 7 p.m. and our own nalcc, for the take of our will deliver the sermon. Bishop
the gap between the white power structure and the suffering Lilly White Lodge 173 will meet children, our loved onn and other, Hatcher will preside and direct
and deprived Negro ghetto. at the same place at 8 p.m., but the real test of the believer'i the Communion Service. Other

August 7. SECOI\1)-- BAPTIST. SCHURCH. ... love for the Lord I ii what He due participants at this service will
Holy communion services wiu oe new< sunoay at e p.m., "for Jesus' uk!!." Include the Revs. A.J. Reddick,
Rev. J.C. Sams, the pastor will be assisted by the deacons Under the d.iprn ation of law I.D. HInson, S.A. Cousin, W J. BISHOP E.C. HATCHERThe
and associate ministers. Lord White, H.M. Nelson, H. McNeil
our told Iii I disciples that
I MAIN AND FORSYTH Activities for the day will begin with the Sunday Schoolat be forgiven they muni forgive to Harris, R.E. Lamb and Mrs. Rev. T, S. Johnson, pastor :
C PAXON CENTER 9:30: a.m., L.C. Chester assisted by the assistant generaland site, and : "For Luella McBride More than 300' of Payne Chapel AME
I ARUNGTON PLAZA departmental superintendents will be In charge. Con- ye shall beJortnn"\.nVe\ pastors along with laymen Church West Palm Beach, Fla.,
6:37)), "But many
I CEDAR HILLS secration rites for the deacons, deaconesses, ushers and if ye forgite not menheir will Join the 1500 delegates as will deliver the sermon for the
trespass, either will, Committment Service at the
choirs will be held at 10:45: a.m. yourFather they coverge on the pride of
Morning worship will begin at 11 a.m. and Baptist Training foriivt your trespasses"((Mn\ :African Methodism in Florida' noon hour on Friday in Lee
6:15))
Union will begin at 4:45: p.m. 'at Edward Waters College Dr. Auditorium. Rev. H.J. Benson
But now,', ,
under the dispensationof will
The Sunday School officers and teachers council will meet WI% Stewart preside.
Friday at 7 p.m., L.C. Chester will be In charge of the business -' grace, lie exhort ui to forgiveone The, President. Florida is very pleased with
period and the pastor will direct the Bible study. another "even as Cod for Christ' held Keynote Assembly will be the Readership being given by
I late hack 1000Ii'r" you" (Eph. 4.32): Tuesday morning at Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher and is,
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST The difference b in striking.. Before 10 a.m., at St. Stephens AME asking for their return from the

l Revival meeting will begin Monday August 7-11, with Rev.D. the crow: "If you would be forgiven .. Church, the Rev. JJ5. Johnson, coming General Conference to
pastor. Dr. E.M. Martin
J. Jones bringing the message each night. (forgive Now, in the lightof tor of S. Andrews AME Church, pas be held In Philadelphia in May,
Sunday School is scheduled to begin at 9:30: a.m., with the crow: "You have been gra 1968.
I Deacon J.H. Washington and teachers In charge. The lesson cioiMly forgiven for Christ'aake,
will be reviewed by the pastor Rev Norman. .sake. In the light of thin be tenderhearted "HEED A PROFESSIONAL
Morning worship will begin at 11.00: a.m., with the deaconsin and forgiving toward
charge of devotion. Choir and ushers 3 will serve throughout other."
the day with Mrs. Fannie Jackson in charge! of the music. And we are to go farther than PHOTOGRAPHER"CALL
Deaconess board 1 will meet Sunday afternoon at 4:00: p.m., thin: Not only are we to forgive
at the church. ;True brethren in Christ, but we are
Evening worship is scheduled to begin at 6 pin Both ser- 'to be prepared to show thin attitude ONE OF FLORIDA FORMOST
mons will be delivered by (he pastor, Rev Norman toward the world a* well. Si Paul
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DAY SPRING BAPTIST referring to hi* persecutlmn. by unbelievers EXPERT SERVICE.
Holy Communion service will be on the order of service he said: "H't art al-
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Olive Primitive Baptist To Observe Annual Men's Day Celebration I

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McCall Singers Presented In Program Mr. Robert Williams To

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Speak Sunday Aug. 13

Cent from Page 4
Mi. Robyn. L.C. Williams, Director West Jacksonville
FIRST BORN TEMPLE Association For A Better Community, will be the morning! &:
Sunday Service will get underway with Sunday School beginning speaker Sunday, August 13th at 11 a.m., in Mt. Olive Primitive
at 10 a.m., with Deacon M. McQueen In charge, Baptist Church for the annual men's dar celebration.
Morning worship is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., with
The theme of his address will and Is a dedicated
morning devotion being led by the deacons. gahlzatlon
YCPW will begin at 5:30 p.m., with Sister Margrett John be "The Negro's Challenge". and devoted civic worker of
son, president In charge followed by Evening worship hour Mr. Williams, a native of this Jacksonville Community
at 8 p.m. with Elder A. Hill delivering the sermon. city is a product of local public Program have been arrangedfor
schools, Walker's Busi- each service beginning with
MT. TABOR BAPTIST 1a ness College, graduate of De the Sunday School 9:30: a.m.,
Communion service will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m.. Forests School of Television music will be presented by the
at Mt., Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. a and Electronics, Chicago, Illinois male chorus of the church and
Sunday School will begin at 9:30: a.m., with the superintendent and Is a member of Mt. Calvary Baptist .Church.
Deacon Jason Bass and teachers in charge. The pastor West Frelndshlp Baptist Special musical numbers will
Rev H.T. Overstreet will review the lesson.At A F 1 be given by Willie D. Cannon.
10:45: a.m., consecration hour followed by morning wor M. David Harvey Is thee
ship. ; eial chairman for this an-
The pastor and associate minister Rev. George Cherry will lual program. Rev. J. M.
preside. Dixon, the minister of Mt.Olive
Choir I 1. 2, and 3 will sing and all ushers will serve. extends a very warm and special
Invitation to Join the member-
ST. LUKE BAPTISTSt. ship in the worship services
Luke Baptist Sunday services will begin with Sunday
School at 9:30: a.m., with Superintendent Percy Clarett in ,, o
,
i charge. Sister Rosetta Cohens .
Morning worship Is scheduled to begin at U a.m., with the : \
deacons in charge of devotion and choir and usher board I Observes AnniversarySister
serving. The pastor Rev. J. Trowell will deliver the sermon.
District 3 will meet after morning service in the church Rosetta Cohen will ob
and District 4 will meet at 3 p.m., at the church. All members serve her Eleventh anniversary
are asked to attend their respective district meeting. ROBERT WILLIAMS -- on Monday night, August 7,
Tuesday afternoon choir 2 will meet for rehearsal at 5:30: iH : 8:30 p.m., at the First Born
p.m., at the church followed by prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m., Church. Temple.
after which choir 1 will hold rehearsal and business meeting. He serves on the Executive
Board of NAACP North River-
VARICK MEMORIAL AME ZION side Community ImprovementClub
The Rev. A. J. Warren pastor of Varick Memorial A.M.E. and other civic or-
Church announces services for Sunday will begin with the Snuday r.--....._
School at 9:30: with the superintendent,W.J.Johnson In charge. Evangelist McCall and the McCall Singers will be presented Deacon H. Tompkins Mrs. Alice Philips. St. Mark Spiritual
Teh lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. In a program at the Bibleway I;oliness Church,329 Orange St., Five, Mr. R. Prater and the Harris Singers. Habit Hindered
Morning worship begins at 11 o'clock with the junior ushers and August 6, 8:30: p.m., Elder Dayise pastor. The public has been Invited to attend this affair. Many Ordtrs of Religiousvtomrn
Choir leading the porcessional. Holy Communion will be administered Also appearing on the program will be the Austin Twins, have changed from the
during the morning and evening services.Both major ,
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sermons will be delivered by the Rev. Warren. traditional habit to simple blaik-
The Interdenominational Missionaries Union will meet at 3 World War I Veterans; Women's Observance Sunday School and.white dremwn, In the fu.
o'clock with the president, Sis. Rosa Young presiding. All Day hIre, the Catholic Digest predi
churches are ezprected to be represented. Evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m. This Communion service Slate Meeting Aug. S Meet ConveneThe lie nern in modern apparel.
will be done in songs by the choir with the Rev. Warren narrator. Slated For Day SpringWomen's
All members asked to the services throughtout For the old.stle dollies
are support. Gateway Barracks Veteransof Sunday School Conventionof years -----"-"- --
the day. World War I., U.S.A. #131 Day will be obsen>ed at Day Spring Baptist Churchut the Eternal Church of God In Mere associated with scruples, ROSETTA COHEN
Prayer and classmeeting will be held onTuesday at 7:30. v:111 hold there regular meet- on Sunday August 27, throughoMrs. the day. Christ and the Holy New Jeru- fear repression, and the cntechmm There will be many singing
Choir 1 will rehearse on Wednesday at 7:30. Teh Youth for irg Saturday, August 5th at.he salem will convene at the New They blurred communications stars present to entertain those
.
Christ will meet on Saturday at 3o'clockwlth the youth director .! Joe H. James Center, at2p.m. act\ as pastor Cyrus for A. Weaver will On Monday evening, August 7 Mt. Zion Holiness Church In even with Catholic present, for this gala affair.
in the day assisted -
charge. the captains of the Women's Greenland, Florida,Aug.2427. adults, who unconsciously Idcntifiid All singing groups and soloists -
Deacon W. F.Smith, president of the Willing Workers Choirs the A cordial invitation has been
All officers and members are by Mrs. Robert Mallard Day program will sponsor the traditional clothingwith are invited to participateand
Union announces the regular monthly business meeting will be quested to be present and and Mrs. W.P. Smith, who are "Liquidation Banquet" in the extended to the public by the the public is invited to at
held In New Jerusalem Baptist Church,State and Rushing, Mon on time much Information will the chairmen for the occasion. dining area of the Church. pastor Bishop W.W. Ward. the traditional stereotype tend.
day at 7:30 p.m. All choirs are expected to be represented. be tlven by the Commander. Distinguish churchwomen of of the Good (and (knighted)
The building drive Is now In our city will address the body I, Nun,
progress and we hope to reach and appear on
in the few months and this annual theprogramdur-I
our goal ing
Friendly Westside Union Honors Prexy August 5th Into our veterans center. Mrs. R. P. I r YOU SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY
The 1968 membership drive is directress, will preside at the
now on for new members, also console and the ladles choir
The Friendly Westside CJ1pt $. n1oju wi11. p or lt e r'Pre- AT4pICN'pAyi
: lit the ladles auxiliary. will furnish the song service.
sldeul,Mrs. Ruby B. Stewart In an appreciation program on
Saturday night August 5th beginning at 8 (f clock at the Royal For information on new mem- Lady ushers will serve with
bership call the Commander Mrs. Ojetta Oliver In charge.
Tabernacle Baptist Church Rev. Lee McQueen pastor.All .
-3134 this applys to Veterans and various ,
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-.......... "..fI.II t Afl 1/1/ F __:_ Tennessee's first) Mixed Marriage Virginians Making
(!j
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Political Gains

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"I'm in favor of i I fro RICHMOND candidates, Va.-NPl-NI have come up.

any i with four election gains In VIr-
ginia. In Danville, Miss RuthL.
Harvey faces an Aug. 15

progressive change that i runoff nomination election to the for House Democratic of Dele

gates. In Richmond, Dr, William
Ferguson Reid won a place
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will help our people. j jBUUP Curtis House In Hopewell Harris,, state Va.,SCLC the pre Rev

sident, said he would run as
an independent in November
against StateSen.Garland Gray,
I j a conservative legislator. Rev
Harris beaten by Gray in a
1965 election expects Increased
Ii 1-- voter registration to pull him
1I through this time
I 1I ... In Richmond, Dr William S.
.
I NASHVILLE, Tenn.;; ..:Miss Joyce mscott Qeft) and Herman McI meta, Jr., (left cen Crusade Thornton,for board Voters of ,chairman said he,
a I ter) were married last Friday July 21, on the steps of the Davidson County Court House would run as an Independent
1 by Rev David Vaughn (right), who assists in the placing of the ring in photograph. Looking candidate for the State Senate
\ on in the background is Mrs. Herman McDanlels, mother of the groom. This is the in the November general! elec
.1 t first mixed marriage in Tennessee since the U.s. Supreme Court ruled antl-mlscegena- tion. Dr. Thornton, a podiatristis
r tlon laws .illegal (UPI TELEPHOTO) Richmond NA.-\CPtreasurer.
I
) E. C. HATCHEF I MRS. SALLYE MR. CHARLES SIMMONS
B. MATHIS
African Methodist City Councilwoman V.P. Afro-American Ins. Co. Newark Riot Victims Aided And Race
Episcopal Church Religion

Through NAACP Fund DriveNEWARK

BY NEGHO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
OPPORTUNITYOpportunity
N.J.-The NAACP has retained legal counsel MtNBTER-WJLITICAN

is what we desire and Let's don't kid ourselves and don't I to handle riots police brutality charges stemming from the Newark DAR ES SALAAM-(NPI)-Tanzania's new political commissar

has been let the present politicians offer for the ruling Tanganyika African National Union
deserve. Opportunity Robert L. Carter, NAACP the resolution added. "There (TANU) is a 31-year-old Lutheran minister who has been
denied us for the last 75 years the same old false promises. chief legal counsel, also announced must be a rooting out of evils working as a secondary school headmaster since 1965, and
under the present form of govern- that his office would in race relations and a thorough preaching on weekends. The new appointee, Ellsa Mshendwa,
ment. Opportunity is what is now The present system has hoJd us down supply legal aid to at least redress" of legitimate griev who holds a bachelor of divinity degree from a Swedish school,
by consolidation. for 75 years, has denied us fair three Newark Negro business maces believes his post is somewhat unusual, "but the church has
offered us leaders who have accused police Meanwhile Mrs. Irene H. always played an Important part in politics and I do not believe -
representation, has hurt us economi-
of the New
Smith
president "
i and National Guardsmenof there will be clash of Jobs.
cally has provided Inadequate bullets Jersey state conference of the
of fair represen- "wantonly" spraying
The opportunity district voting 3 services, schools and recreational into their businesses because NAACP, and Miss Sally G.Carroll NAME CHANGE
tation through for the facilities.Ask they had sought to protect their Newark NAACP Branch LOS ANGELES-)-.\ change in name for the African
seats on the council and, president, charged at a news
establishment s by scrawling Methodist Episcopal Zion Church was advocated recently by
first time in history, a seat on "soul brother" on their display conference here that the riots the denomination's Southern California Conference. A resolution
the school board. yourself, isn't this the way to windows.In were caused by unemployment, approved by 280 conference delegates and officials,
be a bigger part of a growing com- an earlier development, underemployment, poor:housing at the close of a seven-day meeting at Martin Temple, called
for better Jobs, munity a new government with NAACP Executive Roy Wilkins educational and recreational facilities for the denomination to drop the word "African" from its
The opportunity equal opportunity and equal repre- stated in a telegram to New and continued refusal of official designation. Not only was the AME Zion urged to do
better jobs, wages, housing, living sentation for all its citizens? Jersey Gov. Richard Hughesthat public officials to listen to com so, but all other denominations have the word "African" or
and recreational conditions remarks made by the plaints from the Negro community "Colored" in their official titles.
Governor during the destruc- .
I The NAACP officials also announced -
tive riot had been "mls1nterpreted" TAKES PASTORATE
and were being used plans to launch a fund- CmCAGO-Npl-lnstallation services were held at Calvary
by elements in the white community raising drive to provide "food Presbyterian Church on July 24, inducting the Rev. Lynward
to arm themselves... and clothing for destitute fami Stevenson, a former president of the Woodlawn Organlaztion
for an open Jiiooting: seasonon lies" caught in the riot. as its new pastor. Formerly pastor of Bethel Bethlehem-
Negroes." Participants in the conference Covent Presbyterian Church, and Parkway Gardens Christ-
While deploring the five days included NAACP branch pre- ian Church, Rev. Stevenson completed his Two presidencylast
MORE iFORi CONSOLIDATION: of violence which cost 26 lives sidents George Rice,Montclairj; April
and millions of dollars in pro- Joe Benson, Patterson; Spur-
perty damage, Mr. Wilkins said geon Cameron, Plainfield, Rev. CALL TO ACTION

In the course of human events, men are normally Inclined to avoid that "indiscriminate spraying ,James G. Garlic, Elizabeth; NEW YORK- (NPI>-In a sermon at Temple Israel last week,
of apartments with bullets to, and Dr.Luther Roberts member Rabbi l William F, Rosenblum made a plea to New York's
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controversial Issues. However, there comes a time wheneveryman'must! i stop snipers had actually spread : of (the executive board- of Mayor Lindsay to "immediately call an emergency con-
take a firm stand on some important issue. Consolidation merits this alarm and anger'In the popu- the Plainfield Branch. ferecne of religious, civic and business leaders to make
kind of consideration. We, the undersigned, feel that endorsement of lation." "We meet here in an attemptto certain that what happened in Watts and Newark and Plainfield -
Consolidation is best for every man. The NAACP convention In Bos- halt violence in Newark and" does not happen here." In addition, the rabbi called
ton also condemned the riotous other Northern Jersey cities, upon some 2,500 Protestant ministers in the New Jersey
destruction of life and property Mrs. Smith said. "We condemnthe counties of Essex and Bergen, to urge their respective
However, in an emergency resolution violence, but we must take congregations, to lend assistance to Newark riot victims
passed at a convention corrective action to meet the
plenary session, delegates many grave social ills of the FINE LEVIED
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placed much of the blame for the Negro community. MILWAUKEE- CONSOLIDATION MEANS: Northern New Jersey riots on The NAACP delegation took Rev James E. Groppi, white Roman Catholic priest, and
"the city admlnistraion for its newsmen on a tour of the riot- advisor to the local NAACP Youth Council, for obstructinga
to close the failure to take corrective action torn Central Ward, and talked police officer The fine was based on a recent circuit court
of services and helping gaps
1. Eliminating duplication with residents of the area.A .
to meet many of the grave jury conviction on the charge. The priest had already been
in services. social ills of the Negro community second meeting of the North absolved of charges of resisting arrest.
," Jersey NAACP branch leaderswas
scheduled for July 29 at
2. More efficient government. "Slum housing conditions in ASSESSMENT
Newark are among the worstof the Military Park Hotel to GREENSBORO, N.C.-{(NPI) Assessment of the de
"I any urban community in the "develop strategy to give more nomination's position and activities in peace, race relation-
3.:. It stops buck passing. United States. The recent effort attention'to problems now being ships and Christian unity, is the prime object of the 11-day
of th e Mayor to appointan ignored.! convention of the Quakers, which opened Its sessions last
4. Uniformity of administration in all d e p a, r t m'' e nit s. of unqualified white man over Criminals BlamedFor Monday. This meeting, attended by more than 1,200 delegates
government an exceptionally qualified Negro from 38 countries, marks the first world gathering of the
to a post on the Boardof Jersey Riots denomination in 15 years

_ 5. A dollar value for a dollar spent in taxes. fied Education demand in from face the of a Negro uni- Governor Richard J. Hughes, SEVEN POINTS
I the AFL-CIO Inter-
community is certainly a con- addressing Association ATLANTA-NP1-ln the recent General Assembly of the
6. Better health and sanitation services. tributing cause of the riot," national Longshoremen's in Miami declared- Presbyterian Church U.S. ( a denomination of about 950,000
racial violence in Newark, and based largely in the South), a statement called "Repenting

7. Provides for a guarantee of equal representation for all citizens. Plainfield, N.J., was causedby of The Discrimination statement in Our Institutional Life" was adapted
Your Social urges:
; "Criminals who hate America -
I and hate God." evangelism without regard to race;
That members moving into new communities consider the
The in Newark ended
rioting
benefits of uniting with a congregation whose membership is
SecurityThe with 25 persons dead- 11 but
.,1\I\! ... two of them Negroes. State largely of another race;
police officers said Thursdaythat -That all churches, boards, and agencies with Staff vacancies -
idea of Social Securityis racial violence seemed at consider candidates without regard to race;
We urge all voters to vote YES on August 8tb. simple and this idea is the an end also in Plainfield, and -Presbyteries and synods to recruit for their camps, con-
foundation of all our benefit indicated that all restrictions ferences, and training institutes without regard to race;
programs The Social Security might be lifted within 24 hour -That all church Institutions not only adopt and publicly
CONSOLIDATION means PROGRESS. Benefits that you buy with your period. declare non-discriminatory policies, but also seek to serve
I .. tax dollar will replace part of The rioting in Minneapolis, persons without regard to race;
the income that will be lost Minn., was blamed on a few -That all church courts examine the racial compostion of
when a worker in the family "lawless" Individuals for a their boards and committees, and take steps to mike them
Mrs. B. Billiard R. L. C. Williams C. B. McIntosh dies. Wednesday night outbreak thereof representatives;
Mrs. W. W. Schell Jr. Sam Jones Earl M. JohnsonJ. Social Security goes right back street frights and fire bomb- That all boards, agencies, and institutions adopt capital
} T. Collier Mrs. Willie L. Dinnis Leander J. Shaw to the fine old American tradition ing that injured nine persons, investment policies that may best achieve the goals set forth
Ralph Tisdale Robert Ingram of standing on your own by the mayor, Arthur Naftalln.An by several General Assemblies regarding race relations.
two feet. The more you earn, estimated
300Negroesdemanding -
Emerson Jones R. L. C. Williams 0. I. Hillman the more tax you pay, the better housing and
Lewis J. Carter Sam Jones Marion V. Young higher the benefit hhat you will social reforms, followed by a You Don't Have To Go To Town To Get
H. H. Satterwhite Mrs. Willie L. Dennis Mrs. Sallye Mathis receive. Keep in mind, these Jeering group of white youths,
S. W. Schell, Jr. Charles Simmons Rev. A. C, Chandler benefits will not meet all your made a protest march through LOW PRICES
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Joseph Gibson Rev. J. S. Johnson
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HONORED- Rev. J.E. Jen- Board Hold Meet In OcalaOCALA

BEACH, FLA<-Although this Is the story of two kins, pastor of Friendship
blue marlin, the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce: will be Missionary Baptist Church FLA.-The board of directors and executive com-
unhappy U we don't tell you: 1375 N.W. 6th Avenue was mittee met Sunday In Ocala at the Morrison Cafeteria Banquet
feet and
around 1,000 cam Silver Springs in their semi-annual mid-summer
at
There's much to do here besides back each time full of fight.! honored by the congregation Room subjects
authorities on pertinent pre-
the occasion of the session. An array of
fish such swimming Several times the fish was recently on
as golf, celebration highlighting the session Invoking lively and Informative -
sented
sightseeing, the night brought close enough to boat fourth anniversary papers discussion.
clubs and concerts; to be plainly visible. Its weight / of the church.
That hotel rates remain at was around 350poundsorabout Leroy Patten of Miami, field Florida Voters League Inc.
bargain summer levels, thus half that of a really big one. Investigator for the Florida Industrial 2212 N.E. 8th Ave., Gaines
providing holiday luxuary at Never was the blue close enough Commission gave a ville, Florida.
budget prices. for the mate to use a gaff. most Informative talk and dis- Those In attendance in additionto
Now, back to the marlin, undoubtedly The angler who had the rod tributed informational litera- the speakers named were:
among the my top on the strike fought the mar- ture pertaining to child labor From Jacksonville, Hattie Dix
ga ne fish of this or any other Ito for four hours, then in '"" .. laws workmen's compen- Green, Naomi James,* Sam
wear. And it might be added, complete exhaustion gave it to .. sation regulations and other vital Jones, Carolyn Pollard, Melvin -
both :there marling still are another member of the party, i Information relating to his James, and Edward Holt,
out there finally the leader parted u field Atty. Ernest D. Jackson .
The first of these big blues 6:37: p.m. The boat then was i Mrs. Hattie James of Jack- Special mention should be
was hooked the other day at 35 miles north of Miami Beacb Ii"' sonville distributed a complete made of the brief explanation of
1008: a.m., six miles off and 20 miles out in the ocean. ) informative pamphlet on precinct suits instituted by Sam Jones
Miami Beach in the Gulf Stream. Our second blue marlin wasa organization and methodsof of Jacksonville, against guide-
Bait was a strip of bonito, bit smaller, but then, so conducting an effective grass lines of reapportionment and the
with a short piece of leader were the boat and tackle. The r roots registration and get out special legislative sessions on
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wire, more leader of 80- boat was a 16-footer, less than of the vote campaign. constitutional revision. Jones
pound monofilament attached to half the size of the regular v Eugene Poole of Ocala, pre- proposes a constitutional con
50-pound test line. charter craft, and the line was Praised for his meaningful sented the methods of obtaining vention on which Negroes would
The boat was a regular char- 20-pound test Instead of 50 spiritual leadership by his con funding for the con- be represented to the strict
ter sports cruiser with cap- gregation which numbers nearly ducting of local registration legislative procedure League
tain and mate as crew, fighting 500, Rev. Jenkins is spear- campaigns. The Marlon County parllmentarlan and legal coun-
chairs and other normal 20-pound test Instead of 50. heading a drive to involve the Voters League, of which Pooleis sel presented the explanations
equipment. In the chair was a The angler was a University church in community effortsto president is currently con. of Jones' court actions.
visitor inexperienced but mus of Miami professor experiencedon aid the poor and improve ducting a funded voter regis- The semi-annual league fall
cular. smaller fish but not the big Y conditions for Negroes In the tration campaign in Ocala. meeting and 2nd annual mass
Capt. Steve Stephens sensed, blues. p A area Bob Carrol director minor- rally will be held in Holly-
as experienced guides will,this This one struck a trolled mul- The pastor and the congre- ity relations democratic execu- wood, Florida, Saturday and
marlin was going to be different let at 8.12: a.m.The battle ended ks gation has extended an Invita- j tive committee discussed the Sunday Sept. 30-Oct. 1 1. Dr.
"It didn't panic," says with a broken line at 3:40: p.m., lion to the public to Join them role of the Negro voter potential Von D. Mizell is general chair
Stephens. "Panic kills most this time 30 miles north of In their weekly Sunday servicesas In the forthcoming 1968 man of the Hollywood meeting
fish. This one fought with con Miami Beach and 15 miles off well as other activities I,elections and commended the
trolled power." shore. 1 A.a d.roughout the week. Florida Voters League for their
The blue Jumped 32 times, "We had it close enough for !role in urging party committees Fewer HousewivesSeen
twice as many as the average. a good look several times," j $; e., in Florida to appoint a full
But the Jumps were graceful reported Professor Nell Freeman BeachShorts time Negro staff member.
without signs of frantic effort. "but we couldn't get it Walter B. Kyle of Pensacola, In Future
Twice the marlin sounded to close enough to gaff. presented an analytical paperon

1 "steps to be taken by the 0 f the 55 girls in the Miss
Florida Voters League, Inc." Universe Beauty pageant held
BURGER FARM which was adopted by the boardas at Miami Beach recently,fewer
--.'"'" MIAMI BEACH,Fla.-Current guidelines for organizationand tlan: half recorded "housewife
The Best Place &S WATERMELON DAY AT FAMU Summer fun reached a new peak during the annual water plans call for more than doubling procedure. in a questionnaire asking their
melon cutting at Florida A4M University recently Over 250 watermelons were consumedby the size of Miami Beach's Copies of information present- life ambition Most listed a
To Have A Good FAMU students, faculty and staff members during the festival. The six coeds above 108,000-square-foot Convention ed by the: key speakers may career outside the home as
were In charge of cutting the watermelons. The are Pitricia Thompson (left), Jackson- Hall Most of the added space be obtained on request by writ their ultimate goal.
vill Krls Schwcndja Oak Harbor Ann will be utllltzed exhibitions ing L.V. Davis, president of Die
Sandwich Oi Hamburger ; Washington; Pktty Ball, Jacksonville; Dianne Sprat- ,
ley, Miami, ; Mona Bethel, Tampa; and Felicia Tlritlllla, Paterson, N.J. although seating capacity will
6155 NNf 17 Are, Miami FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fllljrau be nearly upped 20,000.from about 16,000to r Rev. AbrahamLET


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NailoR'S Worst Race Riots? ..
:rAREA : Commissioner Robert M. Ball


Whites Staged Them In 1863 : SERVICEMEN : Says Poverty Can Be Lessened

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DETROIT being billed this week as the "worst racial! conflict" In American AMARILLO, Tex- Airman the National Bar Association Convention that many of the
history. It wasn't Gilbert R. Wright, son of Mr. .. f 1 k 'N.t problemsof proverty could be mitigated by a broader application -
Anti-Negro riots in Detroit and bloodiest days of mobviolencein and Mrs. Gilbert C. Wright of the principle ot social insurance.
New York during the Civil War American history. of 2038 York St., Jacksonville Ball told some 2,000 lawyers rent economic status but warp
were far more vicious,destructive Dozen Negroes were lynchedIn Fla., has been selected from all over the country,meet- basic attitudes towards work
and deadly. the streets or murdered In for technical training at Ing in the 42nd Annual Convention and towards society. It under-
During a riot in Detroit which their homes. The Colored Orphan Lackland AFB,Tex., as a U.s. of the Association in Houston lies a whole spectrum of current -
started on March 6, 1863,a mob asylym was burned to the Air Force Air policeman. Texas, that social security social probelms, from
of whites marched into the city's ground The airman recently completed benefits currently raise: some 8 family responsibilities assumed
Negro section, killed several The rioting was a particularly basic training at Amarillo 1 d da million people above the poverty too early, to alienation from
Negroes and left more than damaging blow for Hew AFB, Tex. His new school' level. The President's proposals our social and legal institutions
200 persons homeless. York's small, struggling Negro Is part of the Air Training to increase social security he said. The problems of
The Northern rioting during community wMchnumberedbuta Command which conducts hund- benefits by an average of 15 unemployed youth must continue
the Civil War was Instigated few thousand. reds of specialized courses to percent, now before Congress, to be a target of the "war on
by whites who feared that Hundreds of Negroes were provide the technically trained would have the Immediate effect poverty", or it will continue\ to
the Negroes In their midst might driven from their homes and personnel for the nation's aero of raising another 2 million plague us In the years ahead he
take away their Jobs. chased through the streets. space force. people above the poverty line,he said.
The white rioter were edgy Some sought refuge In police Airman Wright Is a 1966 gradu- said The Commissioner cited the
about fighting the Confederacy stations with mixed results. ate of Douglas Anderson High Although t b e objective of eradication of racial prejudiceIn
over the Negro's freedom,when The drunken whites murderedall School. Bolcal security Is not solely the employment policies as a
they were Just as sympathetic the Negroes they could get ------ \ abolition of proverty-4t serves priority among the steps that
to slavery as their Southern their hands on, without regardto wy 1 as a base of protection all must be taken to mitigate the
foes. age or sex. SAN ANTONIO, Tex-Alrman- who work,whether or not in danger problems of poverty and insecurity -
So they took their frustrationsout Three thousand Negroes were Robert L. Hart Jr., son of of becoming poor-It Is that relates to having a
on their Negro neighbors, left homeless. Others were Mrs. Estella E. Hart of 1825 nevertheless, today our most effective Job paying an adequate wage.
who were shocked that they, of thrown into the rivers. Many Edsel, Detroit has been selected ,r y anti-povertyprogramIt Poverty will persist unless
all people would be attacked by saved their lives by climbingInto for technical training at t could be used much more effectively there are adequate arrangements -
Northern whites fighting for trees or fleeing the city. Sheppard AFB, Tex., as a U.s. for this purpose,"Comm to provide that all have
their freedom In the village of Flushing, Negroes Air Force aircraft maintenance issioner Ball said. the continuing right to share in
\Wiat have the coloured went to the Catholic priest Defining social security as "a consumption when Income from
people done that they shouldbe and announced that they would Job when you can work, and an earnings stop Ball said.
thus treated the Christian burn two Irish houses for every Income when you cannot," be As an earned right based upon
Recorder official organ of the one of theirs and would kill two said the most difficult part of work and contribution, the
African Methodist Episcopal Irish men for every Negro killed making social security reality social security program has
Church, asked after the Detroit by them. They found-as later -------- for everyone is assuring that broad appeal and is a widely
riots In 1863. generations did-that they escaped CHECKING; BOOKING-Social Security Commissioner Robert M. Ball checks convention pro- there Is "a Job when you can acceptable means of provlndlng
"How long shall this state of violence only when they gram with Attorney ReviusOrtique,of New Orleans, La., outgoing president of the National Bar work." In order to reduce poverty such income when a person can
things continue? For we sole- were prepared for it. Association at the group's 42nd Annual Convention In Houston, Texas Thursday July 27. Ball we must first reduce unemployment not work. And the weighing of
mnly declare that there is nota "Many of our people have been told the lawyers that many theproblems of poverty could be mitigated by a broader application he said. the benefit formula to favor the
to leave their of the principle of social Insurance. low earner andthose who
more true and loyal people compelled houses The solution to unemploymentis wage
to the Union than the colored and flee for refuge," the cor- a production system operating have a considerable anound of
people and we hope that our respondent said. "The Irish NAACP Dispatches Funds I Science Briefs JIm at capacity, and a whole unemployment is effective he
city papers will come down on have become so brutish thatIt series of measures to enable said.
such conduct." Is unsafe for families to people to adjust to the high rate He noted that the President's
But the Detroit rioting was live near them, and while I For Relief Of Starving AO or DOT of technological changes-job proposals wouldircrease social
overshadowed! by even more write there are many now In ROBERT L. IL\KT. JR. ,A Kantian: University computer retraining and rehabilitation,he security benefits an average of
vicious attacks on Negroes In the stations and country hiding specialist. Negroes In Mississippi"The Ing given 268 thyroid the task gland of dlagnoi-conditions said. 20 percent, with all of the 23
New York. Airman Hart is a 1966 was right on 06 percentof Unemployment Is most seriousfor million current beneficiaries,
The rioting which began on . . .I graduate of Southwestern high them, the phyelcian-obnerver nonwhites, and even worse and future beneficiarels,getting
July 13, 1863, started at the School. condition of the Negro in Mississippi defies adequate reports. among nonwhite youths the at least 15 percent Increase.
draft enrollment office, but PLEASEBE His father Robert L. Hart, description. Everywhere we went evidence of malnutrition M Htorloiin- Commissioner said The rate of Those now receiving the min
resides at 1623 Jack hunger and even starvation were araarent. and An Kimnnrio. .. > Import wouldhave their
ended Louisiana imum of $44
up In the Negro community ---- -- -- ----- People who move from Great unemployment among 16 to 19
by pictures took.
we
sonville, Fla. Britain to Auxtralla New Zealand year old nonwhite teenage boys benefits raised 59 percent to
The white rioters were stirred -- "The principal problem Is be completely overhauled. South Africa or the U.S. Is 23 percent and 33.1 percent .$70, he noted.
In to anger over being CAREFUL! starvation and survival brought Investigation of discrimina- than show do higher the lung natives cancer of rates their for girls. Ball noted that even more jobs

drafted to fight for the Negro's SAN ANTONIO Tex.-.Alrman about by omnipresent unemployment tory practices in employment adopted countries, a new study Employment difficulties at this Continue op Page /J4
liberation when had and the Including hours and shows early stage not only affect cur
Interest they no i ) Louis W. Carter Jr., son of 6IA _w_'.._'__ A' .,,_ "._Systematic _____ I I wages
In ending slavery. N Only enut>iuu ui me negi u agrarian
you Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. CarterSr.
Many were Irish American, can prevent ., of 1341 Lee St., Jacksonville of workers the Delta from," veteran the economy social -- "YOUR DOLLAR
ired over having fight for a forest fires! Fla., has born selected workers Alex Waites and
country of which many had not for technical training at Fees BUYS MORE
Rollie Eubanks said in their
yet become citizens.
Taking their animosities out on special NAACP-sponsored report -
Negroes, they staged tour of the Mississippi.on poverty among NegroesIn 0 AT YOUR BANNER

The 442,000 member NAACP
unanimously approved the FOOD STORE"
Mississippi report and adopted

rVu resolutions calling President RIGHt RFSU"ED PRICES GOOD THRU

Ut(@ Suggests Johnson Investigated to declare by the Waites 12 counties and.. .$ .-e+.:.QUANTITY.____ . ,, .50tJIID'J. I I. I I. .: . . J

Eubanks "a disaster area" for
Immediate Federal action under HERSHEY'SLIMIT
which food stamps wouldbe
r
Life Stridc'sclassic H made available to people 28

slip-on health without and income wealth services.or minimum S U GAR WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER 5 IBS. 0

WILBUR CARSON NAACP also urged President
#l goes about will, Johnson to launch an Immediate -
ler AFB, Miss., as a U.S.
Investigation of the
tho "in" crowd Air Force radar operator. ment of Agriculture, the Depart Department ONE PLEASE WITH $$10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER 5 IB. 8c
Airman Carter is a 1965 graduate of Halth, Education
of New Stanton ?
:; High School and Welfare the Department of --- ---
z A prerequisite for good and attended St. Augustine's Labor and the Office of Econo- GIANT .

looks in class or most anywhere College, Raleigh N.C. mic Opportunity, "with the view

casual --- --- of ascertaining and correct-
a slip-on lathe
Ing continued racial discrimination FAR
campus classic style SAN ANTONIO Tex- Air- In their respective programs
48
man Wilbur Cason Jr., son of In Mississippi." .
y Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cason of "The shacks occupied many C
l 1.r 1783 W. llth St., Jacksonville Negro people are unfit for LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH $5.00 OR MORE! FOOD ORDER
e Fla., has been selected for human habitation," the report .
-- ---- -- -- ------------ ----- -- ---
.r technical training at Lackland, I continued. "Running water,
afb, tex., as a U.S. Air Force minimum health or hygiene MAXWELL HOUSE MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT
air policeman standards are unknown There
The airman recently com- is .no provision! for _adequate
ALL GRINDS I
INCLUDING
cooking utensUs, bedding or
clott.ing...the people are ill- COFFEE ELECTRA PERK COFFEE
.h card! ill-fed, Ill-housed with
l t } lilac hope of relief of their
problems," the social workers
1 1n told delegates attending the

tion NAACP's in Boston.58th annual convene 1 LB. CAN 69c 6 Ole JAR 790VEGETOLE ::

"The Negro farm workers," -- --
wr ------------- -- ----- ----------
I Waites and Eubanks said,"have
been driven from the plantationby ( SWIFT'S PREMIUM

automation on the part and a of callous the plantation disregard .
SHORTENING CHUCK; STEAK
owners for their welfare IL !
Is much in evidence. Those 480

LOW who remain on' the plantationare 3 CAN II I 590
CARTER
victims of subtle pressureto ------------1 I LB.
pleted basic training at Lack get them off the land,
land. His new school Is partof "It is not uncommon," Eu .
+t the Air Training Command banks said, "to find pot-bellied CLOROX LE 48C h-; ; PREMIUM FULLY COOKED
which conducts hundreds of children suffering from mal FUII GALLON
NOW specialized courses to provide nutrition, adults only able to -----1
technically trained personnel provide their families one meala PICN ICS
for the nation's aerospace day, and sickness being un- BANNER I

ONLY force Airman Cason is 1966 graduate attended."The plantation" owners would 48c 14 10 B lB. AYG LB.39C
MAYONNAISE I
of New Stanton High School actually like to see the Negro oom :.. :..___
( leave. In the past fear drove -- -- ---- ------
-
I ______ ------
; hundreds of thousands of Negroes ,!
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
t9 out of Mississippi. But DOLLAR SPECIAL "
ANTONIO ,
SAN Tex- Air- now the Negro does not leave
man Ernest B. Johnson whose because of fear He Is in the (
mother Is Mrs. Mildred 0. majority In many places. In the CANSS CHUCK ROAST
CARRIAGE CLUBEVAPORATED
Stevens of 3128 Marlo St.,Jacksonville farming areas, the only way QTALL
BROWN Fla.,has been selected the whites can survive as they
CORDOVAN for technical training at Kees- want to, Is by driving the Negro MILK I LB.480
BLUE ler AFB, Miss., as a U.s. out. Fear doesn't work i
UD Air Force radar operator. anymore. So they are trying DEL MONTETOMATO
LACK The airman recently cora- starvation," the social work 120 OZ. t ------- ---*

The airman recently completed ers reported CATSUP 1 I SMOKED SLAB 8 TO 12 LB AV6.
:basic training at Lack- In their 10-page report,Waites
0 SHOf land AFB, Tex. His new school Vd Eubanks recommended OR HAlf
t,4)) STORES Is part of the Air Training "Enlargement of the com SUNLIT 'BACON'HOH

9 Command which conducts hundreds munity-based Office of Economic TOMATOES 6303 cm 41C

of specialized courses to Opportunity, Community I ____ LB
provide technically: trained per Action Agencies and Agriculture .
2005 San Marco L a 216 W, Adams St, sonnel for the nation's aerospace Department programs ti BUSH'S SHOWBOAT (SMOKED SUB SLICED
aria a1., w ? force. Include: direct financial help to
Philips F.Iway Plans Airman Johnson Is a 1966 the needy during this emergency PORK & Q2 ':BACON 51C
3575 sr. Johns OFIN IVIir NI HT TIL e/ graduate of New Stanton High and until such time as BEANS X CANS I l6.

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Civil Rights RoundupBY I __National_ Science Fouadalioa Sponsors L Lecture Bob Hope Pastor To Observe Lee B. Jells Jr Gets

l,_ Praised ForPromotional 50th AnniversaryCHICAGO Prison Warden Post

ATLANTA -(NPI)>- Lee B.
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL"WE'LL WorkBob -(NPI)- The Rev. Jett, Jr., a Morehouse College

H Jonathan A. Dames pastor, graduate last week was appointed
TRY HARDER"WASIINGTONNPI"We ft Hope was singled out for Woodlawn AME Church will associate warden (men's di-
wonder where the Negroes went.It praise this week by Dr. AllanH. celebrate his 50th anniversary 'vision) at the Federal Correction -
must have been an accident. That was the song of lament Bush executive director of as a minister In a special commemorative Institution,Terminal Island
being sung by the Census Bureau, which said It would try the Buffalo (Opportunities service at the Cal.., and became the first Negro
harder in 1970 to keep from leaving Negroes out of the census Development Corporation, for church, Sunday Aug. ZOo to be named to such a post
"Irregular unusual devices" wlU be used In the 1970 census III his work in promoting Project The commemorative service In the federal prison.It .
to overcome a 10 per cent short count of nonwhites in JET. and a reception that will follow was a promotion from chiefof
I960 said to have deprived them of their fair representation Jt "Mr. Hope took time out froma is under the sponsorship of the classification and parole at
in Congress and fair share of federal funds. Some of those 1 busy tour of the South to officers and members of the the U.s. Penitentiary Atlanta.
uncounted were found to have had no fixed address. tape TV promos and cut radio prominent southslde church. A veteran of 12 years In the

xf ar spots for Project JET" Dr. Besides his wide experienceIn federal prison service, Jett,
SOMETHING ELSE Bush said. "His intense personal the Christian ministry the in 1966, was nominated for the
CHICAGO-(NPI> When whites attack the civil rights movement appeal makes him an Jubllarlan is known in church U.S. Justice Department's Sub-
that'i sometimes understandable. But when a Negro ideal person to reach a large circles as a builder "and re* stained Superior Performanceaward.
minister goes before a group of Birchen to charge that number of people with a message crulter for Christ" having .
marches "have not solved the Negro's problems," thafs that may change their brought hundreds of men, women Jett holds membership in the
something else. The Rev. Henry Mitchell pastor North Star lives-and the lives of then and youths Into the church. National Council on Crime and
Missionary Baptist Church! did Just that when he addresseda Born In an AME parsonageat Delinquency American Aca-
meeting sponsored by TACT a right-wing group loosely Key West, Fla., and educatedin demy of Political and Social
affiliated with the John Birch Society. The marches have Florida at Edward Waters Science and in the Atlanta
"served their purpose" by showing that "there Is hate," College and at Howard University branch of the Federal Offen

said Rev. Mitchell, who earlier had allied him self with ..rvr Washington, D.C., Rev. der's Rehabilitation's Program
Operation Crescent an all-white group opposing "forced integration hw: Dames has pastored churches .
." VETTING PROFESSOR"'LECTURES AT FAMU SUMMER INSTITUTE-''Ine riorwa AIM from Chicago to California He is married to the former
University Summer Institute in Biology sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Thelma Kellogg of Cleveland,
SELF HELP presented a promlenent biologist every week in lectures and experiments for its partici- Cold Forty-two Comfort men who work Ohio. They have three child
LOS ANGELEs-NPI-A self-help plan has been lauched In pants. A recent lecturer was Dr. Lafayette Fredericks ((Standing), chairman of the Bio eight houri a day In the cold ren, Anela, Lee =d Michael.
Watts by HOPE-Hopes, Opportunities Progress Et Cetera., logy Department at Atlanta University. cellan of a Minnesota brewery "SMOK"PREVENT
The organization plans to renovate dwellings and operate day The institute had 42 participants and represented 24 states. Participants looking through haven't had a cold since they HELP
fri
nurseries and yduth clubs. Its first fund-raising effort,a raffle microscope are Roy Johnson of Socorro, New Mexico and Gall Mclnnes of Tampa. went on the job, the company aniffle- FOREST FIRES

will offer as first prize a remodled,refurbished$20,000 home. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyay. free physician periods report geT from nine PUT OUT ALL MATCHES,
One of HOPE'S projects is a "Paint Away Poverty" contest In to 31 years. ;'
which area residents receive free paint upon inspection of their Youth Takes LeadIn
homes by the contest Judges' panel. Home improvement will National Guard Anti-Riot There's A Great Lineup Of

be one of the group's continuing objectives Riot
Halting I

FREEDOM FIGHT Training Bill Introduced FLINT Mich.-Negroes/ who \ SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT
HOUSTON-(NP1)-The U.s. Marines,sworn to fight for"right were arrested July 24 during ,

and freedom", will probably be found right for denying othrrs WASHINGTON. Speaker crisis is piling on crisis fire bombong disturbanceswere I ate
the freedom to protest against the nation's military policies throughout the nation. Law and order have broken down. Anarchy -,. granted their freedom
Cot H.G. MCRay deputy commander Eighth Marine district, and rioting and Insurrection dot the map. after Walter Hall, president of
New Orleans, indicated he did not expect to find Marine reservists the Flint NAACP Youth Council,
acted improperly in attacking anti-war demonstrators It Is time for our national to more effectively deal with and representatives of three I
-many of them Negro-at a parade in Houston. Calling the kf-dershtp to speak up against riots and other violent dis other youth groups met with MR. BOO HOPE
reservists' unit an "excellent outfit", he said he would those who are causing thla blot! turbances. Today I am intro- Mayor Floyd J. McCree and
play down his inquiry into the attack. A spokesman from on America, our beloved nation ducing legislation to accomplish Prosecuting Attorney Robert gneratlons that follow them" eEDGEWOOD
Mayor Louie Welch's office said there was no need for police There Is no doubt In my mind this. The Congress should Leonard and promised to patrol Aim of the program is to
to have protected the marchers as "the Marines were there." that those who are tearing down act Immediately to direct the Flint's streets telling take people off the public assistance
the basic institutions of our Department of Defense to begin others to "cool it." rolls and make them
Violence Could Be Limited country-based on law, order this training. The hour is late, Mr. Leonard recommendedthat tax-paying citizens. LOUNGE
and justice-we such as the H. and we must act to preservelaw the charges against 140 Mr. Hope filmed and cut the
PatrolsNEW Rap Browns and the Stokely. and order. A copy of the persons be dropped if they public service announcements
Through Community Carmlctaels who openly call bill follows: would discourage others from while in Montgomery Alabama

for riots upon riots in every "Be it enacted by the Senate outbursts. The charges ranged using the facilities of station M 0 a d I'- LADIES NITS Free Champagne
YORK-(NPI)-If there is to be any answer to the rioting part of the United States. and House of Representativesof from arson to inciting to riot, WCOV-TV.
that has exploded in cities from coast to coast it Just Only prompt, ertaln and suf.flclent the United States of Americain disorderly conduct and vandalism In preparing them, be said,
might come from two programs-in Los Angeles and New penalties can bring a Congress assembled. That "I'm very pleased to do my TuesdayJOHN STANEERRY (Rec. Artist)
York-in which! low-income residents help police their own return to civilized behavior. this Act may be cited as the Since then, youths from the part to encourage those who WRHC
neighborhoods. Those in responsibility at the "National Guard Riot Control NAACP, the Urban League and missed out on their education Live Broadcast- Station
federal state and local levels Training Act. two other youth groups have and Job training to take the necessary -
In Los Angeles,the CommunityAlert that closeness to the street must first crack down on those SEC. 2. The Congress hereby been patrolling the streets to steps to catch up. I W. d d
n es
Patrol was acting as a because there is no such thing IY- JAM SESSION treat Fun for Everyont
who incite riots. These people finds and declares that recent avert any other outbursts. They think the Project JET Idea is a
Watts residentsand the
here
buffer between as a policeman on
must be punished. riots and other violent are wearing armbands to Identify great one and I'm glad to see
the police and this calming beat. There are too few police" Also, Mr. Speaker we must civil disturbances point to the themselves as youths it catching on all over the ThursdayTHE JOHNNY SHAW SHOW
A similar and too vast to
down ruffled feelings. an area cover. "
equip and train our law enforcement need for the training of National striving to "keep the peace." country.
was operating in New Rev. Hargett defended the patrol
program
officers to deal with Guard troops in riot con NAACP Youth Council Advisor
fork's East Harlem ares.: from the criticism of Deputy --- Great Entertainment
riots, anarchy and Insurrection.It trol techniques so as to more Al Walker credits the
the by Police Chief James G.
CAP has
acting ,as a kept neutral "umpire"peace Fisk said, CAP patrolmen have is apparent from local disturbances effectively deal with such young people with taking the '. Friday & Saturday-
that our police officers situations when called by
upon problem into their own hands. Not Really a Villain
the and the them selves between the Doe
between police com placed Sanders
Leo Dorsey
and National Guardsmendo the Governors of the respective He says the combined membership DDT li credited with having '
and crowd and thus Interfered "
munity. police not have the needed training States or the President\ of the four participating saved at least five million lives John Sanders. 5) Hawkins
When minor Incident breakout, with legal police procedures and abilities1 cope with Instant of the United States. groups represents at least 1,000 In World War II, a government "Bubba" Mc Cruder Sid" Clam TV TJQUS
CAP officials-ell whom have scientist reports
and dangerous riots suchas SEC. 3. The Secretary of Defense
youths. GUEST STARS ,
police records -rush to the But CAP'S friends-especially
the ones in Newark and De is directed to initiate and ,
scene and try to smooth thingsout in the Negro community-far
troit. I have and vonduct Na-
sponsored a program among
between police and area outnumber Its foes. If Los Angeles
pushed for legislation to assist tlona Guard troops of trainingin
residents.By in 1967
rioting
,
escapes local law enforcement riot control and is directedto
being careful not to side the patrol will be able to claim agencieswith
modern methods of crimi'detecUon provide the necessary training
with either police or the com major credIt
munity CAP officials have avoided In New York's riot-torn East and have vigorously personnel equipment and
worked for anti-riot legislation material for the riot control
charges of Inciting violence Harlem area, a similar program
which has passed the Houseof activities of the National Guard.
stoolpigeonsfor Into action to cool
or being was put
Representatives. SEC. 4. Section 502 (a) of SUPER MARKETS
.
the police.At the community down.
There Is another title 32 United States Code
thing we can ,
the same time, they have More than 100 Puerto Rican
do in Congress. That is, the is amended by adding at the
helped maintain law and order, residents volunteered to work
training of National Guard end thereof the following new
while not being policemen who with police and help calm the
THESE
PRICES MOD
THROUGH
troops in riot SUNDAY AT
represent the establishment's crowd angered by the killing of specifically paragraph: EDG;WOOD AYE.
control techniques and furnish "((3)) participate In trainingfor
authority and thus raise a Puerto Rican by an off-duty "
their the necessary equipment so asGeorgia's riot control
tensions by presence. policeman

The Rev. James H. Hargett.a At the same time, a police Wilkins Kicks Off SUGAR CURED HICKORYPICNICS
young Negro minister, cited show of force in the area was Governor
the "decisive role the patrol avoided. Screaming sirens on
has played In maintaining order police cars were shut off, and Appoints Missouri ProjectCHARLESTON 39
NegroesTo
in the ghetto." low-flying police hellce helicopters -
The patrol's effectiveness, he were grounded. Mo.Roy
said, lies in its "sensitivity Policemen patrollng the East Draft Boards Wilkins, executive director of LB.
to what it Is that can triggera Harlem area were each accompanied the NAACP was scheduled to
riot, the ability to sense a by two Puerto Rican ATLANTA-Georgta's'Gover-! address the opening rally for
situation in the process of becoming residents nor Lester Maddox recommended the NAACPs Missouri Summer CENTER CUT
a trigger and to stopIt >> Puerto Rican leaders went to the appointment of 15Negroes Project in Charleston, Mo., on WESTERN
in its embryonic stage" city otr1claJ. with demands for to serve on local draft last Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Not only do CAP officials more Puerto Rican police officials boards his office confirmed The five-week training pro-
patrol police activity, but they and an end to "racial recently. the "Boot-Heel" section of the PORK CHOPS lB.69c
remain in constant contact with bigotry" among the police... Colonel Harry Smith, state state will stress leadership
blacks in the street, he said. Police must give respect in director of Selective Service development school desegregation
"They could tell them to coolit order to receive it, East Harlem when questioned about the recommendations voter registration and
in the language of the street leaders told city officials said at least employment. .
and out of a relationship that . 11 of the Negroes are already Volunteers from acorss the
already exUted. KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL serving on boards throughoutthe country will staff the nine action

"police can't begin to have DONT .BE. .A, LITTER; : BUG Maddox state., who came into office to coordinate center offices activities established In the 1 1LIMIT

with an unbending segregation 19 counties involved in the pro- SUGAR 5B19C

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San. Scott Urges Adequate m Better Housing For Poor .Sought Jekel And HydcJ

"( '" WASHINGTON- strong plea by the President"-"a break- Serious Problem
Funds For Urban Programs -i.,'\ "4 to provide better housing for the through" In providing decent
: "i poor through revival of the Rent housing for poor people at rents Says Kirkman
they can afford to pay.
U.S. Senator-Jlugti Scott (R.-Pa.) and nine other Republican tea Supplement program and expan- Mr. Mitchell expressed the
sion of the Model Cities TALLAHASSEE The
r pro- "Jekel
Senator today urged Congress to appropriate adequate funds
gram has been made by "expectation that not only will and Hyde" driver constitutes a
for recently enacted urban programs, including model cities Clarence Mitchell, director of there be sensible c arance In serious problem on our highwaystoday
and rent supplement. the Washington Bureau of the Model City neighborhoods' but says Colonel I H. N Kirk
The Senate Committee on Ap couraged and Expanded. r. NAACP. there will be also sound and man Director of the Departmentof

propriations Is presenUy considering "One of the most exciting Testifying here, July 24, before desirable rehabilitation in Public Safety. ,
the proposed fiscal examples of this type of pro- the subcommittee on housing neighborhoods that can be live"People who nn thi one hand
sober sensible and
1968 appropriations for the Department gram was announced last week and urban affairs of the saved from total demolition." lives" said Kirkman "ma)sam''III
of Housing and Urban here In Philadelphia. Poplar Senate Banking and Currency On recent action by the Houseof occasion drive when drinking
Development. Plaza, a shopping center In + ifr. Committee, Mr. Mitchell represented Representatives he com make stupid decisions and behave
The following RepubllcanSen- north Philadelphia, was con- 4 T both the NAAC and mented: "It is ironic that the like madmen behind the wheel ,)1 f
ators signed the statement: ceived by a group of local the Leadership Conference on House passed overwhelminglya their automobiles.
Edward W. Brooke (Mass.), citizens who put up funds to Civil Rights which he serves bill to punish those who instigate Lunatic driving from a supposedly
Frank Carlson (Kans), Clifford establish a development corporation I 4 t us legislative chairman.The riots, but refused to responsible person who had
P. Case (N.J.), Mark O. They received additional refusal of the House to act on the rat control bill. Rat one or two for the road i* often
from lead- infestation in our cities is always the cause of serious and dead!
Hatfield assistance
(Oreg.), Jacob K. Ja- appropriate funds for continuance -
vlst (N.Y.), Thomas H. Kuchel Ing city bank, a major food rU 1 1f of the Rnt Supplement a favorite topic of demagogues citizen traffic accidents.suddenly loses such all a solid.'
(Calif.), Jack Miller (Iowa), store chain, and the SEA. The Ly j program "is a shocking and who seek to arouse of proportion HP speeds excessively "ens
James B. Pearson (Kans.), most Important aspcet of Poplar unfaIr action," Mr. Mitchell passions. They know that this bucks traffic and takes
Charles H. Percy (iii.), and Plaza, according to the president I said. is one problem that afflictsall chance after chance
Hugh Scott (Pa.). of the corporation, is thatIt This program, he continued, slum dwellers. By refusingto "Another dangerous driver 'in
In the statement, they said will be admlnlsterd by members ___ _, ____ .sa.;: *. "is one of the most promising act, the House has given the roads," said Kirkman "b
"We urge Congress to pro- of the Negro communityas ASHE CAPTURES NATIONAL CLAY COURTS TITLE-The big trophy being presented housing tools to be impetus to the widely held belief the emotional 'hothead' who ,
vide adequate funds for pro a pilot effort create greater to Arthur Ashe by Robert A. Uihleln Jr., president of the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Compnay, authorized by Congress in recent that our government does Impulsive decision could con
ceivably
place direct
not about the troubles of vou in con-
care
mising new urban programs minority group entrepreneurship for the tennis star from Richmond Virginia Ashe years..We believe that the
represents a big victory young cap- flirt with his Irrational behavior
the and the deprived who
which it recently enacted. and greater Job tured the National Clay Courts title, second most prestigious in the UjS., by whipping Marty program is essential and that poor Driving defensively is the only
into the and
"Our cities and metropolitanareas" opportunities Rlessen of Evanston, niinols, in the finals at the Town Club in Milwaukee. It was the first adequate funds should be appropriated are jammed ugly life saving action that can be
where most Americanslive "Here we see the working National Clay Courts championship for Ashe, Davis Cup Star, who is the nation's top ranked so that it may live blighted areas of our rich,won-" taken against such a highway encounter -
face a grave crisis unless partnership between local citizens tennis player up to the description given it derful and beautiful cities. .
Congress lives up to its com- private enterprise, and ..
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mitment mad e over the past government. I would like to see swp
two yers. Decay and deprivation enterprises of this type under.
blight many older central taken in all areas of our cities
clUes. The new suburbs suffer The goals are the building of a 6;, .a'Ali BOARD?KM OUR'CiaTHDAY BARGAIN BAHDWACtJT-
the consequences of rapid and better community and thecrea- DAIVISFURNITURE
largely unplanned growth. De- Uon of jobs and Income. I-
spltd these differences,the pro- "That Is the purpose of all
blems of our metropolitan areas SBA programs, whether they
cannot be treated piecemeal be loans to individuals, to investment .
fashion. or development corporations -
"These problems did not or to disaster vie H
spring up over night. But it Is tins. The results are substan-
only recently that we have approached tial and lasting. And the tax
them comprehen money expended, believe it or ,
sively within a metropolitan not, is repaid."It .
framework. Is the most for the money
"Congress first declared its available in any government 24th ___
intention to launch a total and program currently In operationand :
coordinated attack on them with the benefits will still be ,
the creation in 1965 of the De- enjoyed by individuals and communities -
partment of Housing and Urban when most of the more
Development. highly publicized, slogan --
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gress has enlisted the participation t.
of private enterprise in Barred In 19666
an active partnership role.Thisis

the critical ingredient of the WASHINGTON, D.C. All
rent supplement program as delegations to the 1968 Demo
well as of several Republican cratic National Convention will

proposals to rehabilitate or have to be "broadly representative ,
construct low-income housingfor of the Democrats of Iv3t I
rent or sale. the State," Governor Richard H-
"Not everyone, however, rea- Hughes, Chairman of the Special
.
lizes that small businesses are Committee of the '
Equal Rights "'
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the very glue of our Nation. Democratic National Com l'r. .. .
The Washington Evening Star mlttee, said last week, da In J L'I
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consumers, as saying that the ir
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the text of a resolution
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local development loans madeto Pary affairs for all Democratsof only 40" wide. $11995
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I Bethune-Cookman Wildcats To Begin Gridiron Practice On Sept 1st




Coach McClarian Hopes For Orioles WheelIs The Nat Is
stars in the making f


Sparkling Offense In '67 Missing The Cog > Tipped In Favor


Near the top In almost all team defensive statistical departments BALTIMORE -Frank Robinson ,:e Cincinnati reds Of Murtaugh

the Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats stopped Is a vital cog In the wheel PITTSBURGH
their opponents In championship fashion last year. If a con- that keeps the Orioles rolling days after General, PaJust 18
ference title Is to be achieved, the offense must be broughtup along. ManagerJoe
to the same level. /I That morning Frank had gone Ernflt I Brown called a special
: meeting to tell the Pirates their
4 to see the doctor who had
eye ,
who is currently tie l lj scDuted low estate wasn't due
The big spot to fill Is the told him that he had another to the
fullback slot. "We need a big by six professional clubs Including patient wit h a similar "condition" manager, Brown dismissed
man lilt:. speed", says Head- the Washington Red and that It had taken Harry Walker and rehired
Skins and the Green BaY' Packers Danny Murtaugh
coach Jack McClarien. "An- five weeks to clear it up. only on an
The Columbus giant with interim basis. rWillie
thony Grisby, a 200 pound The Oriole Star's "condition"was
speedster from Carver High his Jarring tackles, has often fuzzy vision or double It was Just before a game
reminded his rival ball carriers with the Braves at
School In Delray is the top vision. It all depended which' Forbes
candidate. As a first year man, of the legendary "John Henry, way he held his head. If he Field June 30 when Brown
the Steel Driving Man" In a asked Waler and the
he sat out most of last season looked straight ahead, thing coaches
but showed remarkable potential single game last year he made were fuzzy. If he looked down, to remain outside while he
in two 26 unassisted tackles. A example taled to the players.
games.
he saw things In pairs.It .
of the respect he gained flU we don't win the
McClarien likes Allan Wilson, was fine fix for the American pennant,
a 190 pound !halfback who came within the SIAC, he was namedto League's 1966 Most It'won't be because we've been

up with several game-winning the Conference All-Star Valuable Player. And when mis-managed," he said,. "In-
performances last season. The Team, SIAC Coaches All-Con Robinson's In a fix, the Oriolesare stead, we can place the blameon
coach might Just move him to ference Team, won the Playerof too. 25 players who wouldn'tpay
the fullback position. the Week Award sponsoredby the price."
It was back on June 27 that
Wilson of North Dade High a National Soft Drink Firm Robinson broke up a White Sox The players agreed. that
School in Miami was elected and a local Press Award for double play by banging into Brown said was true.
Captain of the 1967 Wildcats, outstanding Lineman of the Chicago second beaseman Al The Pirates won the game r
is a senior speedster who can Year. Wels. When Frank's head struck that night and their record '
more than get the job done, Helping to balance the attack We Is' knee, both players were stood at 3635. But they could
according to McClarien. will be Thomas Lee, a 240 laid out flat win only six of their next 13

The quarterback duties, for pounder from 5th Avenue High The White Sox apparently got games, were mired in sixth
two years, have fallen in the School of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the worse of It, losing Wels place and Brown felt it was
hands of George King, a ver- The senior athlete who indefinitely via knee surgery, time for a change.
satile from Blanche is a two time Golden Glove MI Brown acted the next
scrapper but that was no consolation to morn- Stargell Fast Finish for New ?
Ely High School of Pompano Champion for the State of the Orioles. At the time of the Ing (July 18, ) just before a Skipper .

Beach, and this year the situa- Pennsylvania, has been a start- accident, the Orioles, after con- twi-nlghter with the Giants
tion shouldn't be any different. Ing defensive player since his ferring with the examing phy- 1 Walker was called to his office -
King tossed the ball last year sophomore year.A sicians, announced cheerily that r at noon and Brown told
for 507 yards and picked u[: pair of pass receiving twins, their star should be out only a Th. Chlco lull Family him he was making a change, Spotlight On SportsBY
173 yards on the ground. Samuel and Daniel Cooper from few days. "I've been concerned over the
McClarlen is aware of King's Marshall High School of Plant I t now appears that somebodygame Infielder-outfielder Hiraldo Sablon "Chico" Ruiz, has made play of the team for some
talents but nevertheless he City who are identical talentsas somebody a bum steer on his Intentions known to remain with the parent club of the time," Brown said. "No single CHARLES J.LIVINGSTON
will continue to groom a good well as looks, will anchor the diagnosis.Now Cincinnati Reds farm system. incident cause the change. NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALA
solid back up field general. In the reception unit. Last year it was more than two Chico had .371 pinch-hit average for the Reds and led the "This might make me sound
this department, Coach they grabbed 19 aerial for 310 weeks later, Robinson had club in pinch-hit appearances with 37; official at-bats, 35; hypocritical because of the few months ago, this column advised Joe Frazier, the hard-
McClaren has three other quarterbacks yards and five touchdowns. missed 14 games, plus the All- and pinch-hits (13)). Ruiz played winter ball after the '66 sea- statement I gave out at a meet- punching former Olympic heavyweight boxing champion,to stay
who can fill the bill, McClarien used both Plant City Star Game, and there was no son with LaGuarira, Chico played in 27 games at third; ing with the players, but I away from heavywight champion Muhammad All (Clay)because
Eddie Campbell, from Jones athletes at right end. "Samuel Indication when he'd be able to six at short and eight In the outfield. Rub batted .253 In have changed my mind." Just wasn't ready for glove traffic with All.

High School of OrlandD.Jihimle catches over his left shoulderand return to the lineup as the club 82 games In 1966. Murtaugh, who gave up the That advice still goes, even in the wake of Frazier's impressive
Jackson from Matthew W. Gil- Daniel catchues over this prepared to leave on a six- son with La Guarira, Venezuela. Pirate Job after the 1964 sea- four-round technical knockout of rugged George
bert High School of Jacksonville right shoulder," according to game trip to Boston and New During the 1966 campaign for the Reds, Chico played in 27 son for reasons of health and Chuvalo, who must be given due credit for making a financial
both are sophomores tjid McClarlen himself a former York. games at third; six at short and eight in the outfield. Rub has been on special assigments success out of losing.

Clewis Wright from WalterC. All-American and All-Pro End, Frank had taken batting prac- batted .253 In 82 games in 1966. for Brown since, agreed to return By his sheer ability to absorb terrific punishment and re
Harris High School of Has- "This way they can be more tice against the soft serves of During his minor league apprenticeship, Ruiz led the California -but only for the balanceof main erect, Chuvalo has been getting more title fights than
tings, a senior who is also an effective for short and long the Orioles coaches and as League in stolen bases with 61 for Visalia In 1959; the season. he really deserves as trial horse. It's quite possible, though,
outstanding punter. passes while baffling the defensive he entered the clubhouse for the Sally League with 55 for Columbus In 1960; the America Walker, named Manager of that Frazier's flailing fist s might have vastly diminished
The defensive unit next year unit." his final session In the cage Association with 44 for Indianapolis In 1961; the Coast League the Year in 1965 after bringingthe Chuvalo's role in the championship market.
"will be led by 270 pound Henry The Bethune-Cookman College before leaving with the clubon with 40 for San Diego In 1962; and the Coast League againIn Pirates home third follow- But because Churvalo had previously extended All to the
Still from Spencer High Schoolof Wildcats finished in 3rd place the trip, he issued the latest 1963 with 50 for San Diego ing a dismal start in which full 15-round route, there is naturally the temptation to match
Columbus, Georgia, a tackle last year with a S-2-o record. medical report. Ruiz, in 1963 led San Diego in batting with 298. He led they lost 24 of the first 33 games Frazier with the champ.
McClarien, along with is assistants "My overall condition has Improved the league In stolen bases ((50)); was named co-winner, along was shocked but not sur- My advice to boxing fans is not allow themselves to be takenin
HONDA! HONDA! Lloyd "Tank" John- but'the condition itself with Bobby Klaus, as "San Diego Most Valuable Player for prised at his release. by this type of loose speculation great deal of which
son and Wesley Moore, will be Is the same, if you see what I 1963"; and was named on the Coast All-Star team as the "It's all part of the game but comes from those who simply want to see All get "knockedoff.
See tilt out to improve this record hopefully !- mean," he said.A third baseman. It came so sudden like," he Don't buy It.
ALL NEW CL 77 with an undefeated season. man did not quite see what The likeable and personable Ruiz started the 1964 season added. "However, things have Frazier Just isn't ready for the all-around brilliance of
More than 100 potential Wild- he meant, so Frank elaborate- with the Reds on July 24. For the season, Ruiz was in 77 been building up. Every inci- All, and you had better believe it, lest you lose your financial
NOW ON DISPLAY cats will report to Bethune- "The headaches are gone and games in 1964, batting ,244 for the Reds. He stole eleven dent on and off the field was shirt should the gamble materialize

AT Cookman College August 23rd the dizziness has cleared up. I bases in fourteen tries. With San Diego in 1964, Rub was magnified into headlines There are those who would purposely overrate Frazier .

JACK for physical examinations. can, run no.,... And I can see In 72 Games, batting .314 and stealing 19 bases In 24 attempts. "I managed the best I knew with All in the hope he might somehow hang; lucky ,punch,
'KULA Gridiron 'practice is sche- clearly when I hold my head at He ran into misfortune in 1965 with the Reds. On August how. I can't complain. I had on the champ's chin. .
MOTORCYCLES duled to begin September 1st. certain angles, whereas I 25, at Milwaukee, Chico broke his left ankle sliding Into three great years here. But On the other hand, there are those, inexperienced in the
4J89 Philips H. Headcoch Jack McClarien is couldn't before. third base and was out for theremalndcr of the season Priorto the manager always Is to mechanics of the first fighting game, who honestly beleive
a graduate of BethuneCookman "But I still can't look straight his Injury, Chico has appeared in 29 games, batting 18 times. blame" "Frazier is read." It Is to the latter group that the "Spot,

398-4200 Coilg ahead or down. The doctor said Water's wife simply said: "I'm light" directs the following explanation.
"w. C.vt IfrHOi j I it could clear up any day, or In U.S. Is Shoe-In at OlympicsWINNEPEG glad it's over." Frazier isn't ready for All because he lacks the allaroundring
... alma," I five weeks, like that patient he Walker said he had high hopesfor class to cope with Muhammad. After all, Frazier for all
SPECIAL! had. He told me not to play CANADA (CFN-The) word is out. At this the Pirates. "Maybe a his punching power and fine potential, is really mainly a
also THOROUGH until my vision has clearedup year's Pan American games here and at next year's change will help," he went on. brawler cut to order for All.
HONDA of JACKSONVILLE GOOD. completely, but I wouldn't Olympics the U.S. team is a shoe-in if not a shoo-in... "It often happens. I feel the Frazier annihilated Churvalo because George, lacking finesse
AVF. ROACH anyway." Though it is by no means shoe company will be repeated Pirates will bounce back. It's and ring generalship, is the same type as Joe himself-a
6425 NORWOOD TREATMENT Which Is to Frank Is no certain the Yanks will sweep next year. Funds raised will hard to believe Willie Star- slugger who likes to wade in, bump heads and trade punches.
... Ctnlncl M moo<.I..< Cont. On Page say.13 either series of contests, theU.S. be turned over to the Olympic' gell and Donn Clendenon won't All sharpshooted Chuvalo; Frazier out slugged him. And
yI team can claim the honorof Committee which requires approximately hUe"There's therein lies
1 tIDKOOM the explantaion of Joe's quicker victory over the
t being the most stylishly shod three million dollars -
(6 blocks north of IIOROOM 1 Don Sherk Enters contingent of athletes in In order train and a good nucleus on Canadian.But .
,.... .. Buddy to supportthe
Gateway Shopping Center) w. &H Ct K Sl "M history. hundreds of Americans who the pitching staff." should Frazier try such tactics with All, he will be

ORBITPEST Paul Whitemin Race Shoes for both the men's and will participate in the 1968 Olympic The players were all sur- stabbed to death with leftjabs and counterpunched into senselessness -
CONTROL women's squads will be donatedby Games to be held in Mexico prised and shocked at the news. For All, like Sugar Ray before him, likes fighters
-7680451I DAYTONA BEACH Young: America's largest retailer of City. Gene Alley seemed to sum It who bore in on him. He outspeeds, outboxes and fastpunchesthem
764-2419 Buddy Sherk of Tampa, who shoes, long a backer of u.S. No federal support Is received up best: "I believe down deep, Into submission without having to press his own attack.
started his SCCA racing career, Olympic competition. sought. But even if the com a majority of the player liked Let's face It. All Is Just to fast for the likes of Frazier.
several weeks ago with his Staging one of the most unusual mittee fails to raise the neces- Walker." In fact, All is the fastest heavyweight ever to lace on a pairof
first appearance at West Palm promotions In history sary millions of dollars the Murtaugh said he had seen mitts, and anyone who doubts this needs only to view con-
Beach, became the first entry the shoe company in cooperation Yank team will be well heeled- the Pirates play Just three trasting films of the champs who preceded him.
for the Paul Whiteman Trophy with the U.S. Junior Cham, and well-soled, thanks to a well all Recently I viewed the
of
When I take I games year. showing a film titled "Greatest
a case. thoroughly races scheduled for Daytona International ber New of York Commerce to Los ,Angeles conducted non a organized shoe-In. ...,..., "I dislile coming here to replace Fights of the Century, which showed all the heavyweight

study the background. Speedway for Sat- stop relay run In 1964 that netted -4b44441 1Nss11Tww j Walker," Murtaugh added champions in action, excepting Rocky Marclano. AU of them,
Events happening urday and Sunday, August 5 and nearly one million dollars for j1 "He's a fine man, a fine including the once great Joe Louis, looked heavy-footed in
before.
years 6. Buddy will drive a new Dodge support of the team that represented ..'O manager. The only man who comparison of the fleet-footed All
can win a day in court"' Dart. the United States at 'tUi could get me back In uniform All Is fast, sharp and very clever champion with a pair of
I Howard Zltza of Maltland the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. s was Joe Brown and he's my the fastest hands in boxing.
Wlvlaybe that's Central Florida Regional executive "The Run for the Money"saw : best friend." My advice to Frazier again is to wait two or three years,
why I picked anticipates one of the 3500 runners relay a flaming when he might develop into a top-notched boxer-puncher.

Gordon's London Dry Gin. largest fields to ever competein torch a distance of 3,155 miles, Dudley Paces AAU For if Ali is ever to be "taken" it will be by a tremendous ,
the Whiteman races, basedon It took the participants 25 con }hyrnpk' boxer-puncher like himself. A mere brawler hasn't much of a :
Good
English background.Dry early entries. secutive days and nightsandsome Run ter chance against him. ;

the way I like it," The two-day program calls the 5,552,800 cross strides-to country event complete K'"C1'1'J Junior Olympic Meet So play it smart Joe. WAlTI"Jarkntille' ,
for five seven-lap
preliminary Re-titled "American Runs," Clearwater was the setting for
Charles Coordiniiing t Uoyd Council.Attorney Counsel Advisor lor Tht to Ihi Bank SIuson.Wshtngton ol Fininct. Advjsor 10 Optrttion races on Saturday, followed by the Joint project of the U.S, ,< .)YJ' the Florida AAU Junior Olympics I
Bootsl'ip ont of Iht moil lucctsslul young lawyer!in lilt Souihwtst five 15-lap events, on Sunday Jaycees and the Thom McAn \ recently t

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Leo Maye's Bat Goes OH E 7 __ : tee ooJfZI



I Scalping Party For TribeCLEVELANDlt '- 4. as saowarr x'aY Sports ParadeBY

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tans was, "Who the beck Is Lee Maye?"
Just tie Into a good slats flab
He Is the outfielder the Indians the big leagues Pll be happy t and get wt not necessarily
for the eating but for a liberal
because if someone trades for VICTORIOUS
obtained the As-
from
of unsolicited advice
supply
tree In an even-up swap for me, they think I can help them how tb whip that thrashing on MILWAUKEE}>-Lt. Arthur Ashe on leave from the
"
sometime and that's all Pm trying to do. lunker out the end of his Courts
center fielder Jim on the US. Army powered way to the National Clay
Undls. It was. In fact, the Another part of his problemwith line, tennis championship Sunday, defeating Marty Relssen of

only deal of any consequencethat the Astros, May believes, strangers For some who odd wouldJordln.reason., Evanston, UL, 4-6, 6-3, 7-9, in the men's singles final. En-
the Tribe achieved alter is that they anticipated too much arily give away the leavings in route to the title formerly held by Cliff Richey the power-
limping to a fith place finish when he was traded from Milwaukee the bait bucket suddenly burst serving Ashe of Richmond, Va., downed Patrlcio Rodrlques

in 1966. in mid-1965. forth with shouts of encourage of Chile, 6-4, 6-2; India's Jaspitt Single,6-1,6-2, In Rodrlques
Maye still Is something of "They expected miracles, but ment or warnings, all intendedto of Chile, 6-4, 6-2; India's Jaspitt single, 6-1, 6-2, in the
be helpful. The net result is
an unknown quantity except I'm not a miracle man, he confusion. Its about like a quarterfinals, and Ron Barnes, in the semi-finals, 6-4,
there's no doubt in Manager said. "They expected me to husband teaching his wife to 5.7 11-9. Ashe is the nation's top-ranked amateur playerand
Joe Adcocks mind about Lee's do the same things for them drive a car a Davis Copper
quality that I did for the Braves in Advice on landing toll, note

Immediately prior to the AU- 1964." the fishing authorities at NEW COACHING STAFF
Mercury outboards srrmi to
Star break Adcock That was the season Maye RALEIGH N.C. was talking e1 be more readily available than new coaching
about his oft-shuffled lineup batted .304 with ten homers W4aitr the Hah themielves.: And University's football team was announced last week by head
that had Maye batting In the and 74 RBIs. though most of It .U sound It coach Dennis Jefferson, Jefferson' assistants Include two
first position whenever a left- "I didn't, he continued, particular mayor may situation.not apply to a Shaw graduates- Warner R. Johnson and Ira Mitchell and

'bander opposed the Indians. "because Houston was different For example, the common ad Horace R. Small of the 1957 undefeated Florida MM University !-
"Right now," asserted Red team than Milwaukee. With the monition to keep your rod Up National Intercollegiate Athletic Association football
River Joe, pointing to Maye Braves, I was playing with high has another school of championship team.
in the batting "he's Mathews, Aaron, Torres, Alou thought that says to keep It
cage,
low and to the side at right
N
think a pitcher is going
swinging the best bat on our you Y angles. Both are right But HONORED
club. Pd like to have Lee bat- to walk me with those guys in when and where? HOLLYWOOD-(NPI}-former football great and u-<:leve.*
ttng fourth, but he's also my the lineup" he asked. In one Instance, It makes land Brown fullback Jim Brown last week was winner of the
best leadoff hitter." "No..they pitched to me; but k sense to utilize the resistance New Star of the Year award for 1967 alter his selection by

All of which pleases the 32- when I went to Houston there of keeping water the against Up low the when line the by the 200-member State Wide Theaters, Inc. Brown received .
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year-old pufflelder,. but don't was nobody In the lineup who fish skitters across the surface. the award from State Wide president Fred Stein, on the MGM
think for a minute that Mayeis scared the pitchers and things Lee Mae ... A Bargain For Injun Trade It really makes no difference soundstage where he is starring in a new film, "Ice Station
satisfied were different" when. slugging it out with a Zebra."

"I won't be until Pm playing Maye was asked to comparethe Bengals At Last For Allep --- deep tainly running won't work fish when and It you're cer- .
differences between the
every day against rlghtles and Slugger Orioles WheelIs fighting In close quarters MAKES DIFFERENCENEW
lefties" he promised, not unpleasantly National and the American with partners or brush at either YORK-NPI)-Although Frankie himself won't admitit
but pointedly "I Leagues. Outfielder Green Missing aide. the absence of Frank Robinson from the lineup-due to
had to bit everybody to get "The biggest thing," he answered DETROIT The Detroit Blasts Another plenty Aerial of antics advice by:.drop a Ash the draw Up an injury a month ago-U more than partially responsible

here (In the major leagues) "Is the National Tigers have reason to be Cant From P. 12 raise the rod, loosen the line for the Baltimore Orioles nosedive so far this season. Robinson -
and I know I can hit every- leaguers seem to play harder thankful to the highway depart- PHILADELPHIA! Richie Allen 'or tighten up. Advice la. valid declined to answer the question but his slugging teammate
...they mean business all the the Phillies third base- fool Imagine what it would be only when It
body to stay here," asserted ment for Lenny Green's stimu- applies to the task namesake Brooks, thinks the Orioles won't win this year
Maye. tlme..there Is no buddybuddystuff man, makes news no matter like if he looked down to catch at hnnd. U the line .Is short "unless we get Frank back," and Hank Bauer
in manager
emer-
lating performance and
you're
using a heavy plug
the field what he does.
once they get on
Very quickly he qualified his gency outfield duty. that can be rattled loose pick feels much the same way about It.
He's often kidded about his The Phillies
remarks. "Pm not complain- r _" slugger was up the line during the jump.
log Pm saying only that I advocation singing. Lee has j benched by Manager Gene But If you have a bit of line TOP-PRICED
can do the Job against both cut many records and one of Mauch during his longest hit- underwater you wont be able HOUSTON-{(NPI)-Fans wishing to view the Ernie Terrell
them sold half-million copies.So less streak of the season Just to do anything anyway, so ease
and I think 1 proved that last off: and hope for the best. -Thad Spencer Jimmy Ellls-Jeontls Martin heavyweight double-
year at this time." how's his voice now? ., before the All-Star Game break During a fight fish are apt to header elimination bouts live from ringside in the Houston
Maye went through a similar "Pm hitting about .260" was then returned to the lineup the do the unexpected like suddenly Astrodome, Aug. S, will have to pay $25 each for the privi-
situation with the Astros. He Maye's answer. "My voice will i next day and clouted another of releasing a lure that lege. The house has bee scaled from $5 for general admissionto

was strictly a part-tlmar the get better"when Pm up around his tape-measure home runs. wasnt or falling hooked back In the on first the place line the $25 tops for the bouts, which are part of an elimination
first half, then became an ,30Q level. The Phillies played the Cardi- sometimes snapping free or tournament to find a successor for heavyweight champion
everyday outfielder If not a I nals in a three-game series wrapping themselves up Uke a Muhammad All (Clay), from whom the ring chiefs have
regular at one position-after Centennial 4y just before the mldseason break mummy. .withdrew championship recognition.
the All-Star and Allen, who hadn't missed a Instinct and experience prob.ably
game.
land more flab than advise
'1 played left, right and cen- game since last July,was listedto
ter field for Houston In the Game Set play third base In the second I

second half and I finished the game of the series on the origi-
season batting .288 (with nine G nal lineup card made out by

homers and 36 RBIs in 115 For MorganBALTIMORE LUIIoIyjir"fThe ;: Mauch. Y1 "at
games)," he recalled. Before the game, however, Does Coca-Cola

"That's not too bad, is it?' MD.-The Morgan 34-year-old Green Mauch revised his lineup, removed .
asked Maye before supplying State College Athletic planned to quit last winter after Allen's name and told INN N1

additional testimony. Board, Incorporated, announced receiving his outright release reporters he thought a "rest
"Bat look at this, he continued at its meeting July 19, 1967 from the Red Sox. Lenny was would do Richie some good." have the taste
"I was hitting about that the Centennial Homecoming born and raised in Detroit and Used as a pinch-hitter in the
when the break Game betweentheMorganState owns a home here. eighth inning of that night's
1,198, came- 4
so that means I hit at least College Bears and the A.4T. "We'll give you a good con- 6-4 loss In 12 innings, Allenstruck ,.J you tired of?
.350 during the second half State University Aggies, sche- tract a t Toledo," suggest Don out. Frank,Robinson never get

when I played against right- duled for Oct. 28, 1967 at 2 Lund, Detroit farm director. r., a ground ball,or worse,couldn't
handers and lefthanders." p.m., will be played In Balti- "Maybe you '11 be up with the focus on a pitched ball comingIn

Obviously, Lee is an outspoken more's Memorial Stadium on big dub" before the summer's high and tight at 90 miles

young man, which might have 33rd Street. over. per. I
been part of his problem in An added feature will be the "I'm tired of traveling," said v With that, Robinson pulled Is it always refreshing?

Houston. performance of the nationally Green. on his uniform and went out .
"No I wasn't the most popular fa mousA&T marching band of "I want to stay home for a to take practice against coach

guy there," he admitted, 150 pieces during the half-time while with my family" Sherm Lollar whose fastball,
"but Pm not going to put the program "You can commute to Toledo," it can be stated wlthoutfear of

knock on them and I can't say The Board named a 25-mem- Argued Lund. contradiction, does not leave a
Pm trying especially hard to ber committee with TalmadgeL. "Bill Roman used to do it. trail of blue smoke. Do things go better

make them sorry they traded Kill and Miss Sallie Ponzo, You ca n make good on the Robinson bunted a couple,then
me. as associate chairman to administer freeways. There's really not. took a dozen swings. He didn't

"I Just want to make Cleveland and promote this gala hing to It." miss once. Most of his hits with Coke
happy...anywhere I go In centennial event. "I'll call Roman and talk to were live drivers and one land-
him about it," said Green. ed in the left field bleachers. nth. .....
Lenny subsequently signed Hank Bauer the skipper of the
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AUTO INSURANCE with the Detroit affiliate In the RICHIE ALLEN Orioles was watching with more; after Coke after Coke ?
International League and movedup
than
Restored to the lineup the casual interest. ....... .
to the Tigers when AlKaline .. .......
"He seems to be hitting the ..
'25.00 Down 59.00 Per Month. next day, Allen went hitless on
Willie Horton and Gates Brown
his first two official trips to ball good, but I don't want to
was hurt. the plate, running his hltless rush him," Bauer said.
"It really is a break for me"
string to ten atbats.In Ask assistant veterinarian Harold Murphy Let him tell you
No Interest Or Finance Charges said Green. the eighth inning, however, WatchThis Write:Mr.Harold Murphy P.0. Box 5390. Metropolitan Station,Los Angeles,Calif 90055uwt'71
"It's more of a break for
Allen made amends. With one
the observed Dave
Tigers, out, Billy Cowan hit a hard Clown

SR-22 Filings FREE.., Wickersham.Lenny started hitting the ball grounder through third base-
man Mike Shannon causing
from the moment he arrivedat 4918 31
starter Larry Jaster who had
,
Tiger Stadium. He gained'
yielded only two hits, to be replaced
ROBERT TRAVIS instant popularity with the fans. ; by rlghthander' Nelson 2583 68
Here was an alumnus of Detroit t

I Associates, Inc. Pershing High finally get Briles.Allen swung at Briles' first i 6
ting a chance with the home 1\-
2
club. pitch and hit it to deep center 9 ,

121 E. 8th Street Room 10, Collier Bldg. 354-7897 It wouldn't have happened field. The ball started out like 5
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8483 Roosevelt Blvd. ..388.3583h bucking the traffic between To- kept going, helped somewhat 53-.. 92- 100
by a breeze.
... ,
ledo and Detroit. ,,
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ROSETTE SOCIAL CLUB
August 5. '
TO HAVE OPEN HOUSE The bus will make the follow- h)&
26 and Myrtle at 1 arty : F.i. F.
The Rosette Social Club will ing stops: iill.II
8 a.m.; 6 and Davis, 8.3S a.m;
have club house at 5
open p.m.,
Jefferson and Orange, 9.00a.m. ; :
Sunday, August 6, In the home ... .......
., 1st and Florida Ave., '''''' "' .
of W. 4th Mrs.St.Duchess Grant 1918 9:30: a.m.The r" "" "W., ," ." :' ,'> ,. .,

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.._ .-- LADIES AUXILIARY ANNIVERSARY ,
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:.., TO MEET Usher board 1 and 4 of Mt.
.A
Olive Primitive Baptist Church
The Ladles
Auxiliary World
';", ;;'t War I, Marine Barracks 2806, will observe their anniversaries
.. v <, on Monday night
-' <' will hold their monthly meeting
1
\ ... < 1.11 August 7 1,8 p.m.A .
; 't''" August 12,11:30: a.m., and the
: men will meet at 2 p.m. program has been preparedfor
; f- Texlzlne Chicken dinners, your listening enjoyment.
: rj7.: ; shrimp salad and fried fish Brothr Phillip Alback, pre
sident of usher board 4; Mrs.
will be sold Saturday morning
Mary Morris, president of usher -
beginning at 10:30: a.m., at the
board 1 and Rev. J.M.
home of Mrs Helen t
C.Flenola, -
1414 Brady St. Dixon, pastor.
The public Is cordially Invited

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TO SPONSOR BOAT RIDE .. .
Make it perfect. District 2 of St. Luke Baptist SPONSOR DISTRICT TRIPA 1 '
Church will meet Sunday at the

home of the president, Mrs. M ,
Stills, 5104 Grann Lloyd Dr., trip to American Beach A Summer ow. "Tea will be sponsored by the Princess Ladies. Mrs. G. Melvin; Mrs A. Badget; Mrs. Henderson, secretary;

Drj at 4 p.m.A will 7 1 of be First sponsored Corinth by District Baptist"Church Club on Sunday, August 6, 4-6 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Mrs. E. Kelly; Mrs. L. Collins; Mrs. D. Kellem; Mrs. R.
boat ride will be sponsoredon Mildred Wilson, 1156 W. 13th St. Albretton, president and Mrs. G. Steven. I
Friday night August 4, at The bus Saturday will leave, August from 5. the Members shown from left; Mrs. A. Carrol; Mrs. M. Wilson; A cordial invitation has been extended to(Photo the public.By Bob Smith)
9:30: p.m. The boat will leave
following points: 45 and Cleveland
from the Civic Auditorium.
Tickets are in the hands of the Rd. 8 a.m.; Second and ,Mississippi Acts Summer Tea Sponsors I
members. Davis, 8:30: a.m. and Ch'urchSt. Commissioner _.
., 9 a.m. Says '

---- The public is invited. To Feed The Poor

Proverty Can
DELIA CAMPBELL CHAPTER 198 ---- WASHINGTON NPIEx

SPONSORS TRIP posure of Mississippi starva-
tion paid off, as state officials
will be sponsoredby Be LessenedContinued tp ;.
+I ir An outing agreed to accept federal aid rTr ;
to
American Delia Campbell Beach on Chapter Saturday, to feed their poor.So did Ala- ;
from Page 9 bama officials

w r----------------------- and social sefurlty will not The Office of Economic Opportunity -
\ has been
4 drastically reduce the welfare lending
)J'j M W/ wuv I GATEWAY BARRACKS 1 rolls in the short run. A large money to the poor in those
I food The
states to buy stamps. LU
percentage ofthenation's 8 million
j : and LADIES AUXILIARY : welfare recipients will con- governors of Alabama and
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have along
iI SeagramsGin tinue to be unemployable because Mississippi gone
I I I they are too old, too disabled with is by not exercising their
1 #3131 Veterans of World War I U. S. A. or too young to work, or prerogative in vetoing OEO assistance -

I Extt'aThj becuase they are mothers car- .
MEETS- Barracks the FIST AND THIRD Saturdays } Ing for young children, he said. Meanwhile: Sen. John Stennis Irzsa .
In the long run, if social security (D. Miss) Introduced a bill to The Owens-Illinois Ladles Club is sponsoring a summer tea
: Ladies Auxiliary, the SECOND and FOURTH : Is made more effective and authorize $10 million for needed food Sunday, August 6, 4 to 6 p.m., at the Springfield Club House.
other efforts in the war onpov- and medical services Shown from left;Mrs.Flossie Smith;Mrs.Emma Melton; Mrs.
at 2 P.M. I J. H. James Center
: Saturdays : erty succeed, the group recei- to prevent death or suffering Doretha Smith; Mrs. Mary Flanders and Mrs. Alberdia Pear-
Seagram's Extra Dry/ the perfect martini gin ving assistance should decline among U.S. citizens. The Agri- son. From top left: Mrs. Cerene Timmons; Mrs. Minnie Lee
: j. S. Irving, Sr. Commander 1i substantially: he said. culture Department and the Polite; Mrs. Rhonnie Singleton; Mrs. Ardetrlce Peters; Miss
IUCIAM[ msnuti coMpm. ..YC to PROOF.DISTILLED/ DIY GIN FROM MUIICM cum, i a Currently about 90 percent of Public Health Service would Mlttie Garett and Mrs. Ireane Morgan. The public has been
Elnora M. Hemby, President all people 65 and over are eli- administer the funds. Invited to attend. (Photo By Bob Smith)
Lr.Asst __ __ _1 gible for retirement benefits Mississippi starvation has recently -
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-r children in the country have team of doctors who found malnutrition Fight Cancer With A Check Up and A Check
SHOP YOUR : protection under the survivor- bordering on "racial .
ship part of the program. Two genocide" in Southern state.HAPH I I

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