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The not-so-welcome reception that Negro Jacksonville gave tq
to fire-brand H. Rap Brown Is evidence that segment of the
community prefers to handle its local racial affairs withoutthe
help or generating Influence of outsiders
MURDER CHARGE The reception that Rap recleved at the Durkeevllle Ball
Park where there was a very strong booing section Is also _
an Indication that the so-called hoodlum element is capableof i
doing some Independent thinking and that they have within ,
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Mother Of Three Kirk Steals Show Alackua Negroes' ability The local "bad boys" were able to do more to keep down
and alliances who echoed
violence than all of the "leaders"
Kills Husband To platitudes and issued resolutions denouncing violence.
Stir
Begin T TM
Mayor Hans Tantler's positive to open employment to
TAMPA-Jt Tampa mother of From H. Rap BrownThe underprlvlledjed young Negroes who for a long timo had
three children was charged GAINESVILLE Alachua felt forgotten and unwanted played a great part in quieting
Monday morning with first decree County Commlssers were con- the tempers of restless vibrant youth yearning for chance
murder following the slay violence which many feared would break out at the fronted by Irvin Dawklns for to work, and live like decent Americans.
ing Saturday of her husband, presence of fiery Student Non-Violent Coordinating Com the third time early this week It is hoped, however, that Mayor Tanner, city: and county
mittee chairman H. Rap Brown did not materllze in Jack- and was warned that the whole''' officials and the' business leaders of this city will not rest _
sonville last Wednesday night. area is "sitting on a dynamite content that the few bones that have been tossed to the under- AT WORK-Mrs. K.W. Atwater who was recently appointed
For one thing, none other than ed Into the microphone, "I keg." prlvlledged will thoroughly satisfy our needs. We mention to a post of stenographer in the Mayor's office is shown
Gov. Claude (Unpredictable) don't want to put on a show The problem of main concern that point because we are aware that for decades now the with her boss Mayor Hans Tanner, who in addition to making
Kirk made a surprise guest for the hunkles who are here It seems that the welfare recipients pattern of the power structure of this city has been to toss the unprecedented employment step is exerting efforts to
appearance at the Durkeevltte this evening! in Gainesville are Negroes a little morsel-by appointing a few Negro policemen open employment opportunities for young Negroes In the
Ball Park and just about stole Kirk, shaking hands along the "starving emergency cases.". or a deputy sheriff or opening a few downtown jobs- poverty classification. Photo By A. Paul Crawford
the show from Rap. way, strode to the car where In vestigatlons by county and before election or before an Impending boycott or march- nd
Brown who Is under Indictment Brown was speaking and got state welfare workers of a list then wait for another election or boycott threat before doing
in Cambridge, Md., on hold of the mike, and welcomed 18 families turned in to the commissioners anything else to improve conditions. Mrs. E. Atwater Ebenezer baptist
a charge of Inciting to riot, Brown to the state. by..a group newly And we trust that the white leaders of the community won'tbe
arrived In Jacksonville by plane At one point Brown shouted, formed called Welfare Rights so naive as to think that there is not sill a little pronenessto Gets Post InMayor's Urban
during the afternoon. "If he wants to campaign, let Union, turned up no such cone; violence lurking In hearts of many. As a matter of fact, Sponsors
He was about 45 minutes late Mm pay for It." dltlons. aside from the fact that It appears that "things are changing"
getting to the ball park, and When the governor tried to Dawkins and Commissioner G. in i Jacksonville, the real reason that Rap did not receive a OfficeA Renewal, Preect'ATLANTAThe
only minutes before Kirk put speak, the was drowned out M. Davis debated briefly last warm reception is that the local boys feel they don't need {
in his appearance. Kirk was with a chorus of boos and criesof Tuesday after Davis accused any outside help to do their damage. They prefer to dn It request for the city 'ut )-
accompanied .by Florida National "We want Rap Brown! bylarp.peDt the young Negro of "talking in themselves-when they get ready. One youth expressed It ties department to reclassify Cbenetef .
< Guard Adj. Gen..HenryW. "a of the crowd. 'generalities," *.' i. tbufe{*Wher0 was he when we .rioted. before. we don.,need- ;W.- the job status of 32 department Baptist chnrchrwhereDr.Har-:
NR*< fcVA UNMET McMilllan and other aides, Later the.crowd seemed to "Tell me what your specific 'him. I'd rather do It myself" employees was rejected by the Urn Luther t King Jr. and Ms
Robert Lindsay, 3?, at their'Arrested '' including Lt.. Aiell Johnson, warm to Kirk's visit. complaint is," Davis instructed I Let none of us become so complacent as to think there are Civil Service Board recently. father are co-pastors was formally -
'-H Jr., a Negro National Guardsman Extra squads of cltyandcounty Dawklns. not many who would like to see buildings burned. The would The board did approve a pro- committed last Monday
f after police conflrto- from Palmetto who has police pos cenea The young man said the like to see the buildings where their brothers and sisters got ,visional appointment for Mrs to sponsor a$1.8 million urban
ed that the victim had died of county's welfare "problem" would like to see some of the renewal in a contract
been undergoing' special riot large portion wearing helmets bitten by rats burned..they E. R. Atwater, a Negro steno project
a .22 caliber bullet wound In training at Camp Blanding. and brandishing riot guns. sill exists. stores that charge them high carrying charges for necessitiesthey grapher, to the mayor's office with the Atlanta' Housing.Authority -
the right side of his chest, was Kirk's appearance was entirely On the advice of Negro leadors Discrimination in hiring prevails cannot earn enough to buy.t.they would like see those Reclassification of 35 employees ".
Mrs. Eva Garcia Lindsey, 31, unexpected. He met on Sheriff Dale Carson had the he claimed. stores where they buy but cannot work burn... and they want was asked on the basis King saldajobOtrainlngcourse
121812th Avenue, Apt. B. the highway leading into the contingent of about :00 lawmen "This is one of the most to see some Negro clerks in the Court House and City Hall that increased responsibilities will be part of the development
According to a police report, city by Sheriff Dale Carson and move their cars from outsidethe racist counties in the State of where they pay their light and water bills. They want to see over the years have been given with residents taking part at
the couple argue in a back bed Jacksonville Mayor Hans park to avoid creating a Florida," Dawkins charged ordinary people doing the ordinary Jobs every day The show those employees without board all levels
room after returning earlier Tanzler. tense situation.It Dawklns said reports back to case job like the Public Defender, Assistant State Attorneyand action to reclassify them or The church woo development
from town. As the quarrel grew The governor strode into the was reported early Thurs commissioners about conditions secretary to the Mayor, unfortunately, doesn't get enough! establish promotional lines. contract for the 152-low and
worse, police said, the victim ball park and began listening day plans are afoot to bring of welfare recipientswere showcase The "people" don't see them..and they are, like, Thomas Bostwlck, Utilities moderate income housing units
knocked his wife down. to Brown as be leaned on an Rap Brown back for a return "lies" from Uncle Tom out of reach. Engineer-Manager, said his department for the Rawson Washingtonarea.
The suspect then called Robert infield railing. engagement In Jacksonville, types" assigned by the "power What we are endeavoring to get over is that although It didn't managers "feel we .
Jr., their eight year-old son When the crowd recognizedthe soon. Sources sad that both structure" to investigate the happen here last Wednesday night, It can still happen here know more about the classifications The 7.8 acre project will include -
to get her purse from a kront Florida governor many Brown and the sponsors of the welfare groups complaints."We But it doesn't have to happen here If our business and com for our people thanan garden apartments, townhouses
bedroom. When the child failed surged toward him to shake Aug. 8 rally, the Jacksonville want to get something munity leaders would put forth real efforts-not tokens. There out-of-town survey" and a 12 story high-
to respond, Mrs. Lindsey his hand. Southern Christian Leader- done about it," Dawklns told must be a continuing effort to educate, employ, and untie Bostwick made It clear that rise apartment: building.The .
secured the purse herself and Before Kirk's arrival, Brown ship Association were notcom- commissioners. the knot of economic strangulation that has been hung around the requests were not madeto rental range will .be $55to
returned tg tile bedroom,where had a difficult time holdingthe pletely satisfied with the way Davis told Dawklns he felt the Negro's neck in Duval County for too long. A few job grant raises or promotionsand $110 a month
'Robert sat, counting his money. attention of the audience. the rally came off. the people of Alachua County, gains, a few Improvements, a few elected officials today added that some of the Muldawer t Patterson are the
Mrs. Lindsey opened fire, one He was interrupted by chants The knotty problem the group Including the welfare depart- are not enough because America is moving ahead everyday .employees already were paid architects
of three bullets striking her of "we don't need youl! Gohome faces, is said to be that of ment and all facets of govern and the Negro must be put in a position to move with it above their civil service rank The development will be hand
husband in his chest BrownP' raisning Brown's appearance ment are "continually striving ''educationally, jobwlse and economywise In order to cope because of extra duties. led under the USJlepartment
Police said two of the couples Brown was taunted with shoutsof fee which was reported to be to better relations between the 'with the rise In the cost and standard of living It must be Another official, Tom Prince, of Housing and Urban Develop
children wre in a state "Sissy Brown! Sissy Brown I 1000. Some sources say that Negro race and white race. '''remembered that people Uve in ghettos because they can't said the situation was causedby ment's 221 (d) (3) program.
'of schock, and Mrs. Lindsey in what seemed to be an or- since Brown was arrested recently "Whether or not you believe earn enough to live in better homes and people are proneto failure of department headsto
hysterically continued screaming ganlted heckling squad. his appearance fee has that, you can believe It or disbelieve rioting and looting because of poverty and deprivation revise job .specifications. Edward Waters
"I didn't moan to do It". Spotting Kirk, Brown shout been hiked to 15,000. it," Davis said quietlyto Jacksonville's Negro citizens can pat themselves on the back
Mrs. Lindsey, a native of Dawklns. ,for maintaining peace even during a visitation from even sucha Jaxon Wounded Larcency Scene
Puerto Tico, is being held in A Pause For QuietRAPPED The commissioner said county soul-stirring militant as H. Rap Brown. ICs now the white
the HUlsborough County Jail officials have tried "and will folks' turn to pat each other and say: Brother Ifs time for us Two k n-age suspects are
without bond pending further action continue to work to better these 'to straighten up and fly right AccidentallyA being sought by local authorities
from the grand jury. relations" for larcency after taking
Lindsey was awell known "By the same token we expect Enters advantage of services render '
Negro Jacksonville man was accidentally -
Tampan, and was employed you and your people to follow Negro Owned wounded when anIta unto them.
'most of his life at local taverns the same course," Darts told Beverly Jones Portia, 24,1209
lian made automatic

and as a machine operator with Dawklns. Race discharged Tyler St., reported to Officers,
Mayor's biting Mm in three different
the Longshoremen. Loan Company Bennett and W J>. Lee, that she

Eastside Man MEMPHIS, Tenn.-The first places.James Reginald Fuller, 23, was waiting on one of the young
Wig Snatcher believe to have been WolI -
men
elected to the Tennessee ,
Negro 2936 Willow street told authorities -
J ,ybr Serving TaMpaTAMPA. since Reconstruc- I lord, of 1955 Ella St., when Ms
i, + \ Is VictimOf Legislature be was cleaning Ms 2S ,
Sought By Police tan, entered the crowded race caliber automatic pistol (Ita-", companion' Eddie Sheppard, 18,
address unknown asked her fix
A new Federal savings for mayor of Memphis.A.W. Han make) and was attempting ,
w AssaultSammy and Loan Association opened Willis, Jr., 42-year-old to get a live round of ammunition ", him a hot dog.
,Local authorities are looking u Its door officially for business attorney, announced his candidacy out of the chamber when During this time Wolford
for Calvin Thomas In his, tV. rM Howard, Jr., 41, 847 recently in Tampa, on at a news conference and the pistol discharged. grabbed her pocketbook and ran
808.Blanche St. In connection E. Union St., was approached one of if s busiest Avenues appealed for the support of white The shot went through his behind Edward Waters College.
with larceny of a wig. by a woman demanding pay The community Federal Say and Negro voters alike first, left hand, left palm and Investigating officers attempted -
Ida Mae Lester, 38, 530 Ea- ment of $5.00 as he washed ings and Loan Association located "I ask all the citizens to join then into Ms left knee. to pickup suspect at
verson St., told investigating \ Us clothes in an Eastside 2726 Nebraska Avenueis me In the quest that we not Victim was taken to the hospital home but he wasn't there.
officers E. R. Taylor and W. laundry mat. accepting accounts from depositors judge our city by itspast alone by a cousin and treatedby The victime stated that there
Wiggins, that the suspect approached The victim told officer GJt. and also making loans. 'I but by it destination and whatit Dr. McCoy. was $106.72, in a Barnett! Ban
crouched down and Easters, that he was washing Officers and directors are seeks to become," be said. The officer maklngtbe investigation bag receipts from a concession
trying to hide his face, snatched Ms clothes at the laundry mat urging all citizens to place The two-term legislator was was J.M.Bowen. stand she was attending Also
her wig from her bead and located on 736 Florida Ave., from their clubs,lodges,church the sixth candidate to enter missing was a brown bil folder
fled on fool from the scene. when be was confronted by Edith and other groups in this new the race. The others,all of them Elderly lax Man containing $23.00 of her personal -
Authorities went to Thomas' Nelson, 34-years-ol and asked Institution white, are Mayor William B. money.Descriptions.
parents bouse looking for him for $5.00 owed her Homer Frank is the managerand Ingram former mayor Henry Strong Arm Victim of the suspects
but, were told be had not been Howard refusing to pay her is assisted by two clerks. Loeb, sheriff William Morris, were given u; Wolford, male,
seen Before leaving the kfflcers because of not being aware of The officers and directors are and city Commissioners Hunter Negro, 13-years-old. short and
were assured of an attempt owing the woman was cut witha Rev A.Leoo Lowry, president Lane and Pete Slsson. All are Walter Sanders,72-years-old, dark brown In complexion.
from the parents that razor on the arm. After this and chairman; Edward Davis, proved vote getters. 1818 W. 24 St., reported strong Eddie Sheppard, the companion
they they would try to return the woman ran out of the first vice president; L.L. Du- Willis appeared to go out of armed robbery while be was d Wolford,18-years-old Negro
the wig to Miss Lester. laundry. Pree, second vice president; Ms way toavold any racial overtones using the rest-room in the male, short and light brown
The complaintant stated that Police officers haven't found Clarence Wilson, third vice In Ms opening statement. Tropicana Lounge complexion.
she bad Just finished talking her according to reliable president; Attorney Jess Yado, Memphis has 152,562 registered Victim stated to police officer
to the suspect and knew him -Student Non-Violent CoordlnatlngCommlttoe Chairman sources secretary; and Raynell sloan, white voters and 78,655 T.L. Mays that.be was on his Negro Named
well H. Rap Brown seems to be wondering what kind of people Her description was given as treasurer. registered Negro voters way home when be had to use
TIle PI1Ice!; officers adYtsed'theY1ctIiD make up Jacksonville as he pauses for a chant of boos and follows: 34-years-old, five feet Other members on the boardof With a heavy Negro bloc vote the rest room. CHICAGO -- Mrs-
to take out a warrants "we don't,, need you to die down. He learned that ICs a six Inches tall, UO-lbs, and she directors are Attorney John Willis could lead the field in the He was in the process of leaving George Vivian White, wife at !
. for the suspects arrest. Also strange breed of Negroes and whites who compose Duval was wearing a white dress at CMUdon, Dr. J.Wright t,Jame Oct. 9 election The two high the rest room when two Circuit Court Jup: William j
it believed that outstanding warrants County. And to mate matters worse be found himself slog -., the time of the assault. Hammoad, Donald Mcintosh, men would enter a November Negro men came in and one of Sylvester Whit! baa bee I
now exist on him for. his microphone with non other tham.Republic jj .Gov. Howard stated he was going Dr. John Hewitt C.Blythe An- runoff neither polls a majority them pulled Ms bat down over named to the nine-member
robbery. Claude Kirk. Photo By Bob Smith' to sign warrant her irrest. tires and Edward Boldlng. in the October voting Ms face. ,Chicago Public Library Boud.F .


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Pm getting pretty annoyed about the way some people are,
MEMBER using this summer's riots as an excuse to avoid doing any;'
thing about the basic social problems which caused them.-
CIVIC Senseless and irrational as they are, the riots have show

NEGRO P TIONAI. R/6//T ', max: America the deep frustration bitterness, in the ghetto. These
feelings are the result of Joblessness, poor
housing poor schools and discrimination.
The way to ease tensions la to Improve these
conditions not to worsen them. i
(RICO. SIMPSON Maiii! Editor Injustices cannot be ended by blood and 111'e.
but neither la Justice served by vindictiveness
And It Is to denyjustice
reprisals' especially wrong
HILDA IOOTEK --, Circilitioi 1I11'II.r to ll Negroes because a few took part In irresponsible*

violence.
Too many Americans focus on the three percent who rioted,
2323 kfoncriel Road .Pim Elfii 4-6712' and are willing to make the 97 percent of Negro citizens': '
who are law-abiding pay for it. But this Is nothing very new;

Mailing AddressP.O. Americans. have always practiced a double standard for Negroes.

in 589 .J.dSlllllli Florida 32201 Let one Cassius 'Clay refuse to go Into the Army and 130:
white boys who flee the draft by running away to Canada are'
forgotten. Let one Negro politician abuse his power and
MIAMI OFFICE .f i dozens of crooked white politicians are forgotten. Let one'
Negro throw a brick In Detroit, and the thousands of Negro

5011 NV ill Ail. Phone 751-3879 : soldiers who are bearing the disproportionate burden of the
:fighting In Vietnam are forgotten.
It la tinje for reason to prevail. No other ethnic group Irf
SUBSCRIPTION RATES America Is expected to be 100 percent perfect. ,
i One year. $6. 00 Half Year $4.00 01'io' Rather than embark on a narrow-minded program of pre..
Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States prisals and denial of Justice America must embark on a sincere -
Subscription payable in advance crusade to end the Injustice of discrimination and the
i Send 'Check or Money Order to: .r exploitation of the ghetto. Only a determined effort to create
FLORIDA STAR P.O BOX 399 more Jobs and better housing and docent education will end
Jacksonville I. Florida the underlying causes of rioting.
The overwhelming majority of Negro citizens: reject violence
and anarchy as a means of ending Injustice. I hope the
NEEDS STRONG LEADERSHIP NOW.MR. PRESIDENT
majority of other Americans will reject short-sighted reprisals

Slums And Problems EconomicSlums and angry suppression of Negro rights as a means
of dealing with the real problems which face us.
connote areas where whites of -- -- ------------- As President Johnson put it in his televised message to the
underprivileged class resides but when -------------4 nation: "This is not a time for angry reaction But I think it is

applied to the case of Negroes we use I a time for action starting with legislative action to improvethe

the term 'ghetto. And the recent life In our cities."
YOUR We are in a race with time to end the poverty and bigotry
from Weekly I I
rioting sprang 'ghettos. I which distort our national life There Is a need for reasonable -
The Unites States could remove ghettosif men of both races to work together to solve these pressIng -

there were enough leaders who cared I problems. The frustrations of the young won't be ended'
qomnunity, municipal, and underpriviledged. I by cutting funds for youth programs and tile poverty of the i
leaders that is. ,Jobless won't be helped by cutting funds for training programs -'
'Horoscope Guide Constructive solutions to these problems are called'
For instance Duke University under the for, and moan and petty reprisals won't solve them.

leadership of its president, Dr. DouglasM. I After the last war, many people wanted to take reprisals
**** I
Knight, is offering to make 224 I :* *** against Germany and Japan. But wiser men realized that ti'i

apartments available for public housing. II By PABLO The ASTROLOGER I II we mode those countries prosperous, they would become more
This Is a step in the direction of re- I peaceful and we would benefit by expanded trade. So we't
poured billions Into those nations to rebuild their economies.
ducing bad housing conditions in Durham I As a result, they are at peace with the world, and thousands
where Duke University is located. Even I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR II of Americans are employed Jobs as result of the trade that:
if the offer is accepted, it would still.. I came from their prosperity. A country like Germany now has

take a year to become effective.Our no slums and little unemployment. Can we. do less for our
own cities?
readers and citizens must realize
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I IL America has to bring peace and prosperity to our neglected
that, while public housing is good and urban areas. The necessary programs like job training and

desirable it does not solve the __ _____________ J better housing and education-shouldn't: be seen as expenses
------- ------- ------- -------------
"ghetto" problem. The best residentialarea but as Investments which will yield great benefits to the:

of a city can --and sometimesdoes' ARIES LIBRA CAPRICORN nation.
.roO' :' CANCER This has been a summer of Irrationality and violence ItIs
become
a "ghetto if it"is< BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. time for reason and common. sense to tako over
.
tcTTbecome I t BORN MARCH '
permitted, tovercrbwe'd wltiJ- :BORN JUNE"". i
persons whose Income does not permit' then) .* 21t. APRIL 23rd OCT. 23rd lied. IAN. 19.th
19th
to.maintain the premises they live In. 22nd JULY 2ZadDon't Strains increase. Everything It' now or never. The grand
Just be good.There are enough is pretty much the same as climax: has been reserved for
The factual 'ghetto' solution coul'd
comes natural the let go. This be this This that THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy
pitfalls along way it was during the previous quarter quarter. means
from skills and and the most difficult quarter of
jobs acceptance of
without digging any during this only more so. People may defenses should be manned at
skilled people by employers on the basisof rather uncertain third quarter.Go the month when one risks be more insistent and almost full strength and all that Is

those skills and not the somewhere where temptation weakening altogether and giving force unwise monetary com- held valuable placed in abso-
on basis of CLANZEL <.
up to the winds of chance. Unconventional BROWN JR.
cannot possibly follow U mitments. When this happens i lute- safekeeping. Take any
the color of their skins. It can be done, to avoid the pursuits would entrain try and develop a resistanceof warnings that one had previously The Urban League has a commitment in the area of race;
scenes or hazards that seem emotional scene and In steel so as to remain clearof received seriously and relations. We realize that there are many Inequities in the''
to abound in habitual vicinity stability In other Instances the dangers that are lodi utilize this one favorable day social system In Jacksonville at this time. We Also realize
Carmichael Or Brown Conspiracy ? ?? Should you realize that this is these could Involve' considerable cated If several friends are, doing what Is required to insure that It is encumbent upon an agency such as the Urban Leap
the best course to select, get \! monetary loss. Relationships urging certain decisions the oneself against loss,dam to marshall the resources to create a climate of understanding
has been the
The news media publicizing moving fast on the 17th. This with key associatesmay only true ally may be the one age or theft. The rumblingsare / and good will when communication breakdown
opinion that the series of disturbances in Is:about the only day right now also suffer because of their who is talking on the 17th and getting louder and they will between the races.
numerous cities was precipitated by SNCC that may be termed fairly own sense of loyalty and con 20th. The remaining days are slowly Increase until they reach During the last 2 weeks tbe

leaders like Stokely Carmichael an/or Rap favorable, outside of the 20th who ventional behavior. Cancerlans far too uncertain to take any their crescendo. Those whose has met with the Mayor officials
Brown whose speeches seem to incite mobsto when having the advantage. of other are engaged In trade or unnecessary chances. Home on the highways or in exposed representatives of the NAACP programsFe!
profitable enterprises
destroy and pillage.We secrecy. on one's side. should find that the days when may be a good place to spenda places should allow for sudden- lens and riot prone youth of
and severe storms see if Jobs could be opened housing
2. 40 11 17.477TAURUS vacation provided you don'tbave ,
must not be too quick to "swallow" the profits will be highest may. .i
police brutality ended, and training
(to do.it alone. .. ,
be the 17ta-2Jth. 9 20 66 327
1,3 -
this garbage just on the basis of hear- 7.10.99.15.654 ..uuuaiea. u: is me respoosiouity 01 me urban
say evidence. To get the truth 3.50.77.19.891 i see U Jobs could be opened, housing improved, police brutal.'
Ity ended, and training Inltated. It Is the
programs
responsibility
will Involve a careful unbiased and APRIL SCORPIO
BORN LEO AQUARIUS of the Urban League to help eliminate racial discrimination -
painstaking investigation by an organi- and segregation in our city. The League dues
zation like the FBI, or the- present 20th MAY 20th BORN JULY BORN OCT. BORN JAN not believer In short'range programs as sjcb, but there

president's Investigating Commission, Friction rises. This could be 23rd AUG22ndDon't 24th NOV. 22ndi 20th FEB. 18th are root times when you must deal with symptoms rather than the
informed ; causes. ,
Speeches usually influence an about the most difficult quarter
whose information has been gathered of the month when caution may press luck. Jupiter in i i Seek a protector.Someone who Itos a hot time. Irk not only "Operation Green Power" is an-'effort with short range
public be flung to the winds, and recriminations the solar rising house is deem wields great Influence couldact the heat and the humidity that goals; Jobs recreation, cultural enrichment now for hundreds
from diverse sources: The Negro leaders, fired from both ed a very lucky omen, as a against as well as for one.This may keep tempers at the boll- of low-income disadvantaged, deprived and seemingly for
most Congressmen most educators know sides. If a showdown is wantedbe rule. But, right now; It couldbe ,could depend, to a great extent, log point during this especially gotten youngsters This Is a special project built around the
that slums are conducive to hopelessness fairly sure of getting it between a double-sided figure making 'on how tactful and foresightedone difficult period. Allies as well concept of "Help them to help themselves,.
violence stemming from the psychology 16th and 19th. The time one lose as well as win, baa been In earning this per as rivals may not be disposedto You, the businessman, the professional, housewife, and other
and reads about what when reason and Justice could according to which of the sides son's friendship and support.The be friendly or to make any cltizens..Opcratlon Green Power needs you to help make
of repetition; somebody prevail may fall ,late on the turns up. Best days for gain days when it is necessary concessions for the sake of this a successful project. Drawing an inference from the
somebody else has done and goes ahead 17th. The farseeing should are the 17th, early 19th and lo be most circumspect and to peace and understanding. The words of Our late President John F. Kennedy; "It is not what

and copies him. quickly take advantage of it 20th. The contrary ones may gurard against any slips of only chance to ease relations the young people can do for the adults, but what the adults
Our leadership has missed the boat, or so as not to create a situation be the 16th, 18th, late 19th and Judgement mya be the 16. 18th, that are under strain may come can and must do to help the youngsters. ,
they didn't want to get on It. that may be the beginning of 22nd. When one may be free 19th and 22nd. Scorpios may receive up late on the 17th. Watch for
maybe movementsin life-long regrets. Selfish motivations to make a choke, he or she favorable consideration it and do what la possible even ,
This goes not only for the Negro on either or both sides can pick the right and wrong;,, only on the 17th. Whilethisdoes If prospect appear hopeless.Any '
which the white man is the villian, should be cast out, and spirit moment accordingly. Relationson not give much of a choice It lessening of tension shouldbe THIS WEEK IN'NEGRO HISTORYAugust
but for the racist movement in which the of self-abnegation and sacrifice the domestic front as well Is better than nothing..You must doubly welcome during the

is the villian, should be Invited. to replace as those of public nature will be very careful about what Is confusing and provocative 18th
Negro them. have to be harmonized in anyway said and done when overworkedor and 22nd. 6, 1950 Plc. William Thompson was killed In Korea
let
,
Before we place the blame anywhere, possible. excessively fatigued when he refused to retreat and though repeatedly wounded
us wait and hear the report of the presi- 1.70.88.19.927 -90'- 9 GO'--66 -14 -498* fought -while his buddies withdrew to safety. Thompson was
dent's "commission to Investigate the 8 5518528 6 30 22 17 468 posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor

recent riots and their causes. GEMINI" VIRGO PISCES the American first War..Negro to receive, the medal since the Spanish-

,SAGITTARIUSBORN
BORN MAY BORN AUG.
NO. BORN FEB. August 6 1846 Frederick
Must Learn Good MannersThe Douglass addressed the World's
Negroes
21st JUNE 21st Temperance Convention In London, England.
late Dr. Charlotte Hawkins brown, 23rd SEPT. 22od. 23rd DEC. list 19th MAR. 20thIt

founder and the late Principal of Palmer Proceed with care.When there You can't nave both. There i Remain sheltered. This is unIdoubtedly -' could be a mirage. We all August 7, 1904 Dr. Ralph ,Bunche, UN undersecretary
In Sedalia North are two heads listening to propositions are two contradictory forces the.most difficult know that strange communities born in Detroit.
Memorial institute or trying to solve tugging' at Virgos, making it period of the month as far as generally appear tar more attractive -
Carolina, was a proponent for Improvementof problems the chances of coming most difficult to decide which trying to keep thing undercover than the one in which August I, 1842 Robert Brown Elliott, Negro member of the
the social. graces in both speech and up with the right answersare Is the one to which one should Is concerned. The con we have lived and worked for 42nd and 43rd Congress was born In South Carolina
behavior.Her twice as promising. Geml- respond. It stands to reason sequences of ungurard action 'a long time. But 1s U really so?
philosophy was instilled into the Diana have a tendency to make that you cannot follow both and may lie behind any emotional That is the question Plscians August t, 1866 Matthew Henson, who reached the North
hearts and minds of the Negro youth in- snap Judgements that will complicate that it la 'necessary to make unheavals that could reach the have to ask themselves before Pole with Admiral Robert E. Peary In 1909 was born. He
rather than settle mat a clear choice even if should boiling point. Harbor no illusions exchanging comparative security died in New York, March 9, 1955, at the age of 86.
trusted in her care ters of any Importance. The turn out to be the
wrong one. for the world is real and occupationally and domestically
she told hearers across the country that value of'having a strong associate Intuition as well as logic have the persons in it often envious for what may turnout August D, 1873 John Rosamond Johnson, composer of "Lift
whenever Negroes mixed with other racial to back one up and to the best chance of coming to 'for downright wicked. Don't expect to be simply an unrealizable Ever Voice and Sing," was born in Jacksonville, Fla.
in large numbers they could help keep one from plunging Into one's aid on the 17th, 18th any compassion from those dream. The one who la
trouble
groups exhibitingthe is very evident on the It appears more prudent to whom you may at .one time most Interested in the matter August D, 1943 Second U. Paul G. Mitchell was first Necr'pUot
their cause tremendously 17th. From this day until the lie low, to keep own counsels or another have offended or should play the decisive. role to lose life In World War 0. .
social graces, politeness and gentle ,end of the quarter It seems and to refrain horn making otherwise antagonized Saglttarlans In any discussion that have to :i

ways. better to straddle til Issures remarks or statements that other who can do so may find take place: In connection with, August 12, 1922 Old home of Frederick Douglass dedicated ala
If one wanders down into certain I avoid controversier and adhere s could seize on to buildup It quite convenient to go away the future and one's place: In national memorial shrine by National Association of Colored
to work tad
hang-outs of Negroes In cities he is 1DMW uvelagheWs. that, some. kind of trumped-up to distant parts without leav- It. Hasty actions could draw omeD. .
'IINT--: 'charge against a person word to where of proportions
'ing any u they. problems major. ,
black-
made ashamed by vile language, as well as self. 2.90.55.17.391 may. be readily found. on the. 22nd.: Aug.. 13, 1892 First Issue of Baltimore Afro -America!
,guard, and criminal behavior. 9 90 33 : 14 721 5 20 -.3318 256 7.60.44.15.644 newspaper published. ,
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SMURDAT 1 AUGUST 12, 1987 STAR PAPERS PACE 3

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Della Sigma ThetaTo Barbara J. Spencer Fidelity Club Hold Meeting WEDDING Rose Marie Jones

P '
Nee! To Become Bride Of TELLS Weds Ernest Jobnsoa


Education, employment, Fred Young Jr. James Bennold Blount Jr.,2414 Mr. and Mr. Theodora E.
economics, world affair, and i W. 45th St., 20 and Margie Jones, Sr, 923 W. 15th Street
tile status of women will 1Je Llnette King, 2132 Benedict Rd., announce tbe approaching
the main areas, of concern at Mr. t Mrs Estee Spencer, of 19. marriage of their daughter Miss
tile 29th biennial convention of 1621 East tSth Street, announce) Rose Marie Jones to EarnestL.
Delta Sigma Theta to be held the engagement and future marriage r Jos. Fletcher, 5802 Dooboy Johnson, son of Rev. and
at the Netherland-Hllton Hotel of their daughter,Barbara St, 42 and Beatrice Holmes, Mrs. Ernest Johnson Panama
In Cincinnati, August 14-18. Joyce, to Robert Othello Young __ 5837' Geranium Rd., 40. City, Florida.
Dr. Ceraldlne P. Woods of son of Mr. Mrs. Fred C. A J The bride-elect Is a 19"
Los Angeles, National Presi- Young, Jr., of 1211 Spearing St. r'l l Willie Albert Royal, 1070 West graduate of New Stanton Senior
dent, announced recently that The wedding will be at 7 p.m. rMl r 12th St, 31 and Mary Louise High School. She received her
2000 members and their families August 31st In Greater Payne __ Jacobs, 1485 W. 6th St., 29.Swancy BJS. degree. in Education frompeer.
are expected to attend thepveday A.M.E. Church. _
session of the predominantly Miss Spencer is a 1963 gradu;, Johnson, 5748 BroadSt.
Negro, women's ate of Matthew W. Gilbert High ., 18 and Loretha Smith, 6526
national public service or- School, and a966 graduate of Rlbault Rd., 17.
ganliatlon. Florida AIM University. In __ -
A distinguished array of Inter March 1967 she completed the Willie Arthur Evereet 2610
national, national and local 7 McCoy Blvd., 25 and Lila Lee
leaders in foreign affairs, education Williams, Sanford, N.C., %1.

ment will business address and delegates govern u ::1' Albert Jennings, 1039 FranklinSt.

arid participate in workshopsand : ., 25 and Attress Elolse Flowers -
panel discussions U52 E. Union St., 20. s

Dr. Woods pointed out that the ,
Leonard Chas. Mitchell 736
convention subject areas exem- ,
plify the wide range of interestsand .nR Lafayette St., 22 and Debora
concerns of this 45,000 Anita Smiley, 7056 Richardson
member organization which Rd., 17.James. \
counts 316 chapters throughoutthe
United States and abroad. Staler, 2549 Orion St.,
She also praised the Cincinnati 74 and Hattie Florence Stephens : MU-E JOKES .
Alumnae Chapter for the fine 1710 Dennis St., 51. Florida AfiM' University In 1985.
Job it !Is doing. 'i\ She was an elementary teacher
Local Delta members workIng Earnest Lee Johnson, 1404 in Panama City, florida 1966-
with the national headquarters l Madison St., 24 and Rosa Marie 81.
and convention planning : ..--- Jones, 923 W, 15th St., ZZ, The groom elect Is a 1960
I ca.., Fidelity Social Saving Club met la the home of Mrs Elnora
committee, In addition to Miss Mrs E. McGowen, Mrs. Ola Lawrence, Mrs. B. Powell, graduate of Rosenwald High
Dorothy Moreland, Cincinnati ..,, .... Eason, 1102 Grothe Street. Mrs R. Johnson, Mrs. E, Johnson, Mrs. R. Bullard and School, Panama City, Florida
Alumnae President, are: BARBARA Ji: SPENCER.' The members present were, Mrs. A. Paige, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. E. Eason.SAbouF'PeopTel. Auxiliary 3131' He served two years in the
A. Duyke Woode and Florence Clinical Course of Physical -_ UJ5. Army. HoJ 1* presently a.
Wesley, national convention Therapy at Tuskeggee VA hos senior at Florlday Memorial
ordinators; Vera Blackstone, pital. She hold membership !in Heroines Of Jericho Club NotesJOLLY Slates Meeting College, St. Augustine,Florida.
Kate Bulluck, Rose E. Callo- the American Association for The wedding will be an eventof
way, Eloise Clarke, Cathy Health, Phuslcal Education and ;! August 12 at 6 p.m., In Mt.
Recreation and the Associationfor GROUP Ladles Auxiliary Sinai Baptist Church. Friendsof
Courtney, Phyllis Cox,Imogene CLUB to Gateway
Davis, Mahalia Entzminger, Physical and Mental Rehabilitation Hold Meet And Outing SOCIAL TO MEET - Barracks No. 3131 Veteransof the couple are Invited to at''

Betty Hall, Betha Jackson, World War !.. U.S.A., will tend.
Emma Jones, Hazel Jones, Hazel Her fiance a graduate of Matthew The Jolly Group SoclalSuvlnes RETURNS FROM VACATION hold their regular meeting
Jordan, Arvella Marlon, W. Gilbert, attedaed Edward their The Heroines nth annual of Jerlchoclosed out- Club will meet in the home of Saturday, 2 p.m., at Joe H. SHAW MARRIES HAYNES
Marqulta McLeanShlrleyMurphy Waters College. Presentlyhe log and institute summer recently In Mr and Mrs. Shepherd Jefferson Mrs. Armenia S. Green, 4113 Katanga Drive South returned James Center All officers and Mrs. Julia Ann Jones of Tampa:
Betsy Nelson, Bobbie Perkins is serving with the United Melbourne Florida. 1961 W. 9th St., Saturday, recently from a vacation trip which carried her to California members are ask to be present, Florida: announces the marriage'
Ida May Rhodes Marlan States Marine Corps, stationedin fend part of Mexico. at this meeting.
The Initial session got under- August 12, at 7:30 p.m. of her daughter, Miss Evelyn
Robinson, MarlynSmlth,Wilma Albany, Georgia with a general board meetIng Mrs. Geneva Mark is the pre While away she! was the guest of Mr. and Mrs John Jefferson Special information will be Haynes to Marvin U Star, son
Starks, Connie Stone Helen Friends of the couple are invited way, followed by an educational sident. and Miss Nita Taylor. given to all sister at this time. of Mr. and Mrs. Council Shaw
Thompson, Emily Watkins The color and flag bearers are of Cocoa Beach Florida.
Gwendolyn Wilder, Armenia meeting.Greater Allen Chapel AME SURPRISE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PAW"'\ asked to be on time.Don't The bride Is a 1966 graduateof
*: *
Williams, and Louterta Wilson for get our buUdlnedrtve ,
Not Really a Villain Church Rev. J.B. Carman was Mianeton Senior Sigh of
DDT .U credited with having Mr and Mrs. Abdul Shahab, 1316 W. 32nd St., was recently that Is now in full force, as we Tampa.
the host to the local
program. iJUMES
saved at lent five million live. CAMEUA! honored with a surprise wedding anniversary party in the are expecting to get into our The wedding ceremony was
held at the
BUY U.S. SAVING BONDS scientist In World report.War II., a government A Masonic banquet Hall following was the local TO MEET home of their daughter, Mrs. Armenia S, Green, 4113 Katanga .new home in a short time. AU held in the home of Mrs.Gwen
Drive South committees are asked to make Brown officiated
program. Camella Ladies Club will meetIn dolyn by
their reports at this .
Saturday morning's Institute the home of Mrs. Ethel meeting.Montgomery Rev C.R. Brown.
There's A Great Lineup Of workshop was called to order Walker, August 15, 8 p.m. The -
by the Deputy Grand Mayor co-hostess for the evening will
SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT Francis Mc>rrl.. bee Mrs. Altemease Haynes.Our .
previous meeting was held
A panel discussion, "A Good In the home of Mrs. Marie
at Name" was the main order of Mitchell, having Mrs. Olive
the workshop. Pesonnelparl Wade as co-hostess. Mrs. A,
ticipating J ,,1 were Deputies Hartzog< Is president of the
\ Pauline Ret f., Lizzie" Newby, MI'b,' '.
/ ;\ Ledor Thompson l and Lenora
jttxEDGEW000
.
Gultett. Mrs Carrie L. Harold *: **
gave a brief summary pertaining
to the topic of discussion.A .
LADIES OP i. lSUKE:
question and answer periodwas SOCIAL CLU'J'

conducted by Rosste L.
The Ladles! of Leisure Social '- Ward is
Johnson(
LOUNGE Remarks wen made toward and Saving Club will hold their (4))
the end of the last session by regular meeting on Saturday,
Mrs. Maybelle Taylor, Rev.D. at 8:30: p.m., in the home of
E. White and Mrs Lulla Mrs. Florence Wilcox, 1145 W, Proud to announce
Moaday- LADIES SITE Free Champagne Johnson. 24th St.
All members are requested to MI
be present. t
TuesdcyJOhN STANCErJ.Y (Rec. Artist) CALENDAR Mrs' Mattie L. King Is the the most

Live Broadcast- Station WldlCWedaesday president.

EVENTS *:**** l

-. JAM SESSION Great Fun for Everyone' LIBERAL
THE 3-tsCLUU, _-
I ,
SUTTON PRAYER 'TO MEKT;
. .ThursdayTHE JOHNNY SHAW SHOW BAND TOSPONSER

. TEA The 3Rs Industrial Club will ) 1\/ credit terms
Great Entertainment I An afternoon tea is being sponsored hold their meeting on Monday
:'Friday & 5 a lor day- by the Sutton Prayer night In the home of Mrs.Helen
Band at the home of Mrs. S. Smith, 1320 Francis St., 8 p.m.
>'c.. Leo Dorsey Doe .Sanders Sutton, 1528 Louisana St., from The president has asked that ever. .
a John Sanders ''W leal 4-6 p.m. all members will be present
. "Bubba" Mc Cruder G Ty T> Mrs. Harriet Jasper will be and on time.
STARS the featured speaker
Plus GUEST
*.4'rfPAbLBEARERS' .t. 'r.'t .t. .t.

SOCIETY CAVALETTESCLU3TO -
'ro MEET ENTERTAIN """ FOR A LOW BEFORE
fI UOCAN
; ANEW HIT ALBUM BY Pallbearer Society 18 will meet I MONTHLYPAYMENT YOU COULD Y
the Second Monday night In the The Cavalettes Social Savings OF BUY UP TO: BUY UP TO: .
: Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Club will sponsor an entertain
ARETHA FRANKLINON MONTHLY
ment at the
Church's basement, located4th community center 1
STATIMINTS
and Myrtle Ave. 7:30 p.m. 29th and Chase Sts., Saturday, B e5 100
ATLANTIC RECORDS The president has requestedthat August 12th at 9 p.m Wards All clubs of the city are Incited for JIll ma you a monthly
all members be present. italtmtat .....11II your ;6O 120

: "ARETHA ARRIVES' ***: **: Usher Board 2 of St. Paul ,.. account rimed at.
L ,'***. '
SILVER AIRS AME will meet Sunday August 7X00' 140
'8150 GOSPEL SINGERSThe 13, at the church at 4:30: p.m.
, Business of importance will afp
. Silver Airs Gospel Singers be discussed. 2 ONIAiuruirosi 160

T1 will render a program at tr ACCOUNT '
the African United Church next Phone For Appointment No at4 lor see DIM an* 180
Sunday night at 8:30: p.m. account, you any .to Caarfal -
Refreshment will be served DR. REX SMITH taloy any awrckandltito '200
after the service. aw tauiogt" or nam.NATION'WIOI .
Continue on Page 12KEEP 900 W. State EL+.1 '7 '
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AMERICA BEAUTIFUL] Office Formerly Occupied by

1 ; DON'T BE .A LITTER BUG 'Dr. Lyncker-Opposite Ritz 3 a CUBIT CARD 12 '240

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.-Idr,. 13 260
ckvH-ure': comioIKK
BARRACKS II
GATEWAY
L .to all Wards 1200
I .torn from unite coal& '280'gOO

: and LADIES AUXILIARY :

And Aretha Has A New Hit Single J I II ADD-ONS *15 .J22o--

3131 Veterans ol World War I U. S. A. .. 4. MADI IAn

"BABY I LOVE YOU'Atlantic Vo aiay aM aMHIaaal ,.,. '20 400
.flEElS- Barracks the FIST AND THIRD Saturday .... U yo r account .', .
aflM wWi' aa .tocraaat to
2427 ; Ladies Auxiliary, the SECOND and FOURTH : pus' ....., ,.,...., '25 '500

,tilt Going Stroni( first AUantlc LP N J Satnrdays at 2 P.M. I. H, James Caster : I

.l MEVtR AUetha lO'Franklin,O A MAN.1\39-s tIlE Wlay I ROVE 9011 ___ 1 j I. S. trying, Sr. Cemnaideri : I Philips Hiway Plaza 5121 lorla" ild. Gateway Center l ln.

_, I i Elmira M. Healy, President IL 359.2111 pt .111.2210 '.. 114.2511

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SATIrROAT AUGUST' 12 nSlI
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I Dual Day Observance Slated For St. Mary's Baptist Church Aug. 13th I




Plans For Dual Ply Set At Sunshine Band Celebrates Anniversary

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I St. Mary's Baptist ChurchDual CHURC"1EWS

Day will be observed at St. Mary's Baptist Church
oo Sunday August 13, throughout the day

Mrs. James M. Bryant will Willie Frank Robinson of __
preside over the morning service Church of Cod In Christ(south-
Mrs Ellxa Rich Ferry side) will be the speaker. ., GRANT MEMORIAL AME
of West Union Baptist Church Evening service will begin at Sunday School will convene at 9:30: a.m.. at Grant Memorialwith
will be speaker lor the oc- 6 p.m., with Rev J.C. Burney Amos Rose, superintendent In charge along with his
I casion. Guest soloist Is Mrs. presiding. Rev. S. L. Badgerof .officers and teachers.
Lucille Merrett of Emanuel Baptist Church,will Dr. 'Reddick will deliver the message during morning worabtP
Youth Hour will be observedat speaker for this hour. hour. 10:45: a.m. He will speak from the theme: "Give
3 p.m., with Miss Gwendolyn The following people are responsible Me This Mountain"
Terrell In charge and Elder for the occasion Mrs. I Choir I will serve throughout the day.
Willie Bell Christian,chairmanof 'I' Evening service Is scheduled to begin at 6:<45< p.m. The
IN MEMORIAM women assisted :by Mrs. I pastor will again message. ella uangfundrive.
Willie Pearl Brown. Miss minded to pay their pledges toward
Bertha King, chairman of youth
assisted !by Mr.Verdell Harris. CHURCH OF CHRIST WRITTEN IN HEAVEN
Sunday services for the Church of Christ will begin with
r Grace Baptist Sunday school at 10 a.m., with Mother McClendon, superintendent -
I in charge. The lesson will be reveiwed by the pastor
Ir I- District Celebrates Elder Thomas Brown.
etas 111 Noon day services will begin at 12:00: noon, with regular
r t1 trr It's 51st Anniversary worship led in devotion! followed with testimonial services.
Grace Baptist Church's District The senior Bishop C. Pollar of the Church of Christ WrittenIn

Z will celebrate Its 51st Heaven will deliver the message. .
anniversary Sunday, August 13, The Excelsors Gospel singers will render a program for
at 3:30( p.m. Choir U The public Is cordially Invited to attend
e An enjoyable program has been
planned! for the public. The HOUSE OF GOD '
Morning Star Prayer Band will Elder C. Thomas, pastor of the Church of God In Unity
be in charge of the devotional Baldwin, Fla., and her co-workers will render service at
services. the House of God. 1725 W. 28th St., on Sunday afternoon,
Mistress of Ceremonies for August 13.
this occasion win Mrs. Etta This service will be in behalf of the Women's Day program -
In of dear Mother
memory our Williams The message for the which will be held on the 4th Sunday In August.
who departed 1 ago,
year
the Also Sister Alice Boston will render a programon
evening will be given by on Sunday
13 1966. You will always -
August
be remembered., Rev. J.W. Johnson, pastor of the Second Sunday at the House of God.
Signed: Philadelphia Baptist Church, Little Larry Boston, the eleven-year-old preacher will

Mrs, Idella Boater,Mrs.Hazel Mrs. Doretha Smith will be deliver the message.

Taylor, daughters. soloist for this event. 1be' Sunshine Band of Royal Tabernacle BapUsh Church quelyn L. Rogers, Deborah James, Aoette Collins, Mrs. NEW MT. OLIVE
1320( West fist Street, will celebrate their third anniversary Virginia Rogers, supervisor. (Front row from left) Gregory The regular order of service will be carried out on Sunday
\VC TAKE DUALS OlIIUHS REFUSE Sunday, August 13 at 8 p.m. Dowdell, Lenette Smith (Miss Sunshine Band) Mary Jackson, with the acting pastor Rev. F. Flagler In charge.

65 Cadillac Coupe DeVille . .$3695AIR Members shown are (Back row from left): Mrs. Lettie Robert Jackson, Clevebell Lamar, Jerry Robinson, Jr., Vickie Sunday school is scheduled to begin at 9:30: a.m.,.with. the
I CONDITIONED ONE OWNER McQueen directress of the Sunshine Bands'of the Union Michelle Rogers, Subrina Dowell, Amanda McGee, Francine superintendent In charge.
64 Cadillac Sedan DeVille. . .
AIR CONDITION W.W.TIKES AND JUIT LIKf A NEW$2695 CAR Progressive Association, Cynthia Robinson, Raymond Lamar Forrest; (Seated) Rev. Lee McQueen, pastor. Morning worship will begin at II a.m. and evening service
66 Continental One Owner . .$4295AIR Velma Jackson Pauline Lamar, Cathy Robinson, Jac- will start at 6:30( p.m. .
CONO, CRUISI CONTROL VINYL INT.VINYL ROOF, Music will be rendered by choir 2 with Miss Wilma Corbin
LOADED Annual Men's
65 I Ford Station Wagon . . .$1995 NEW REDEEM Mt. Moriah A.M.E MT. SINAI I Day at the console and usher board 3 will serve throughout the.
ItPASSENOCR AIR CONO. IAGGAGI HACK, LOADED. VI .
Midway
64 Ford V-8 . . . .$1095 Planned For day.Tuesday night, 7 ::30 p.m. prayer and Bible study will to
Ace. RIN. BAPTIST CHURCHThe I Sets Schedule BAPTIST CHURCHSenior Midway AME Church will ob- held and monthly business of the church will be discussed on
67 Pontiac Catalina I Coupe .. . .$3295
AIR. CONO. FACTORY A Choir 1 will meet Fridayfor serve their Annual Men's Day Thursday night 7:30: p.m.
67 Rambler Rebel 770 . . .$2695 pastor Rev. E J. Norman: Follwlng the morning service, rehearsal at 30p.m: .Scout on Sunday, August 13, throughout -, Friday night combined choir rehearsal will be held, all persons -
AIR VI, t8J8.. FACTORY C. RIM WARRANTY POWER STEER. POWER AKII. requests that all ladles remain the Annual Women's Day held organizational Troop No. 77 will meet Saturday the day, Rev. B. J. Franklin -' are asked to be present.MT. .
meeting was
67 Camaro Coupe . ... .$2495 after morning service to get the pastor Rev.J.C.Banner- In the lower unit of the pastor.
AUTOMATIC. KIM. FACTORY WARRANTY ONLY SOW MILE. organized for their annual jy church at 9:55: a.m., with Mr. The services will get under TABOR BAPTIST
66 Valiant 200S 4-Door .. . .$1795 Women's Day which will beheld man. Mrs. Clara Jackson and Leonard E. Wilcox, scout- way with Sunday School beginning The services at Mt. Tabor will get underway Sunday to-
POWER ITFIRING AUTO TRANS FACTORY WARRANTY Oct. 22.Baptismal Mrs. Essie Dye have been with School at 9:30 with the
master In charge The Youth at 9:30: a.m., Mr AmosV. ginning Sunday : a.m., superin-
65 T-Bird Super&.Clean : . .$2695AIR service Is set for named chairman and cochairman -; Choir will meet for rehearsaland Rose, as guest superintendent tendent Deacon Jason Barr and teachers in charge.

65 Pontiac D Catalina LOADED. . . .$1995 Sunday morning! after morning for the 1961 event. Mrs. business conference at assisted by Mr. 0. D. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the associate minister,
worship. Eva Motley was appointed se- 4:25 p.m. The Junior Usher! Phillips, Mr. Jackie Morgan, Rev. George Cherry.Consecration .
67.Mustang .7" ., . .$2395 Sunday school at 9:30: a.m ,cretary. The youth church will Board will meet at 4:30 p.m., Mr. Terry Baker. hour will begin at 10:45: followed by morning
R4H AUTOMATIC. POWER ITEERINO FACT WARRANTY with Deacon J.H. Washington be led by chairman Darleue Eleven o'clock service will service at 11 a.m.
63 . ... .$1295 McCord and co-chairman ing Worship prevallSunday,
Plymouth Wagon
VI AUTOMATIC POWER lTEE' ING. AIR CONDITIONED and teachers In charge the les- beginning with the Sunday School find Rev. George Young pre- At 5:30: p.m., BTU hour with Mr. Smith, the president in
61 Chevrolet .$1395' son wil 1 to reviewed by the Patricia. Bryant. at 9:25 a.m., with Mrs. Will siding. The program will consist charge followed by evening service at 7 p.m.
rAoYG-8.i'I'I; ; : : w ,pastor, Rev.EX Norman.. August activities Include the 2. and thrpugbouttbe
NOTOWATIC'TRRNU ; ONE OWHtR.- D. Lucas, superintendent In of Mr. Jerry Richardson, Choir ushers boar4.3 will serve day.
58 Pontiac .$195 59 Cadilac .$695 Morning worship at 11 p.m., anniversary of Auxiliary Ore: charge. The lesson topic will Mr. Willie Adams the male t : "4 .V k ,.t .4
62 Olds .$495 57 Chevrolet .$150 with the Deacons in charge of Sunday August 13, at 4 p.m., be reviewed by the pastor in chorus, Harry Williams,Ernest ST. LUKE BAPTIST
OVER 100( CARS TO CHOOSE FROM devotion. Choir and ushers 1 in the church auditorium.young charge. At 10:4: ( a.m.Devotional Carter, Rev. drain King, St. Luke Baptist Church services for Sunday will get under-
and 2 will serve throughout The anniversary of the Service by the Deacons. At Charles Hodge, Charles way with Sunday School beginning at 30a.m.: ., with the super-
the day with Mrs Fannie Jack Women of Allen Monday night 11 a.m., the Male Chorus Sen- McCormick, Frank Thomas intendent, Mr. Percy Clarett in charge.
R. EVANS son in charge of music. August 14, and the SundayScbool's ior Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 Jessie Thompson, James Morning worship Is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., with the
Evening worship at 6 p.m., anniversary August will lead the processional with Thomas E.C. Clark, Curtis Deacons leading devotion and- the pastor Rev. M.J. Trowel
Holy Communion will be ad- 26 at 4 p.m. Mr. Cass W. Shootes, Jr.,Mrs. Williams. delivering the message. Choir 1 and ushers board I will
3rd & MAIN The stewardess Board 2 will
minstered during the evening Catherine W. Sykes and Mrs. serve.
hour of worship sponsor an outing to Magnolia Erma L. Bryant Itt charge of Spiritual Harvest At 5 p.m. evening worship hour with the deacons charge
F.L 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9 30 P.M. EL 4-8382 Lake this Saturday.
: Music. The pastor in charge of devotional services. During this service the pastor and
will deliver the sermon. BTU Plans Being Made deacons will administer Holy Communion.
at 4:30: p.m., with Mrs. Nora
,WE ARE MOVING-HURRY DON'T MISSOUR. G. Anderson,president,presid- The Love and Charity Spiritual IIO SEY CME CHURCH
ing. Evening worship at 7 7 p.m. Temples, Inc, is making Church services for Holsey CME will get underway with
The Christian Aid Society No. plan s for their annual Spirit- Sunday School starting at 9:30 a.m.
6 will meet Monday at 7 p.m., ual Harvest Festival Morning service is scheduled for 11 a.m., with Rev. Dave
In the lower unit of the church \ '.': McElvin in charge of the service.
for Its monthly business meet Prayer meeting Is scheduled for Tuesday nUb at 7:30:
ing. Senior Missionary Society hid t p.m.
will sponsor an annual Break- F Annual Women's Day celebration will be observed on August -
REMOVALWe fast Sale August 20, beginningat 1 27th, Mrs. Sarah Coley Is the chairman assisted by
730: a.m., with Mrs, Mrs. Bertha Griffin.
Virginia Mack in charge. The
Male Chorus will sponsor Its MT. SALEM BAPTISTMt.
ore moving to a new location and prices annual Chicken Dinners Sale, Salem Church services will begin with Sunday School

art slashed on our entire stock Hurry for belt August 19, beginning at 10:30 beginning at 9:30: a.m., with the superintendent Jack GreenIn
a.m., with Mr. Robert R.Simp- charge. The lesson topic "Partners in the Gospel" will
selections while they last. kins In charge. The Friendly ----- 'to reviewed by the pastor Rev. W.O. Rogers. .
Westside Choirs Union will ren- Mary Lewis Morning devotion is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m., with
.IVIIY ITEM IN STORE ON SAL der "Gospel Revival Jubilee Junior Bishop Mary Hardiman Deacons E. Calhoun and J. Green In charge. Choir 3 and
Services" at 7:4 S p.m.,in songs Lewis Donald Rice of Miami ushers board 1 will serve thoughout the day. The Rev. R.
.with Mrs. Ruby B. Allen Stewart Gibbons will bring the morning message.The .
= 1744 MAIN and Bishop P.G.Zackaryalongwith
ARCADE MEN'S SHOP "ST. In charge, this program Is the original Angelic Gospel Home Mission Society will meet at 4 p.m. at the
fH. $ being sponsored In Interest of Singer will participate the church.
on
Mr. Joseph P. Long recital program, which will be Evening worship will begin at 6 p.m., with the pastor bring-
"Songs of Yesterday" October sented at Buster Ford's pre- ing the message.
SPRINGFIELD ,STORE' ONLY .22, at 7 p.m.. at Mt. Slnal. on East Union St. Lounge, Prayer meeting is scheduled: for Tuesday night and on'
Thursday night chore will rehearse.
ttt"JackeonoU >

I Sale held pursuant to City License Number !2996MEN'S [ GREATER BETHANY BAPTISTThe
greater Bethany Baptist Church will observe their
Annual Laymen's Day Sunday, August 27. .
DEPT. The services will get underway with Sunday School at
9:30 a.m., with Deacon Clenton James, Grace Baptist Church
as guest superintendent.
MEN'S SHOES Morning worship Is scheduled to have Bro. De Bradford
from St. Stephens AME presiding. The Rev. James A. Bing
1 GROUP $6.00 Jr., from Greater Union First Baptist Church of Deland,
? Florida will be the speaker of the day.
900
PAIRS
SUITS & 1 GROUP $9.00 ti LRrpeit aad 1Jeo! KsowW'7

FINE QUALITY ..;.IwA FRIENDSHIP BAPtIST
SPORT OATS 1 GROUP $10.00 Scout Troop 297 will hold it's regular meeting at the Church
SLACKS"SLASHED"' FANCY LIVING S 00 at 4 p.m., Saturday afternoon.At .
I Cj 1 GROUP $12.00 CRABS ,.. DOZ. 1 5 p.m., the youth department will have an entertain
UP TO OFF VALVES TO $20.00 lUSH I' MOM DR.IIMLITCMkt.ll ment in the home of Denise Hopkins on Moncrlef Extension
2 Flnnri II, $1.15 CLAW LI. I.IS and Red Pole Ave.
UAKI WHIT LI. $1.50 All &..,* .La. $1.00 will
Sunday School begin at 9:30 a.m., with superintendent.
H URRY FOR THESE Men's Walk Shorts A. Brown In charge. '
L Morning worship U scheduled to begin at 11a.m., with
Vz STANDARD for STEWING .ph. $1.25' the pastor Rev. R. Smith of his appointee bringing the message.
OFF MANGROVE. SNAPPER lb. 59c The gospel chorus and ushers board 2 will serve throughout

% Men's Jewelry J OFF .' LARGE SHRIMP .I .Ib. $1.10 the day.
Evening service, will begin at 6:30 pjn.
AIL WEATHER COATS '12" IMSVAUIB10MUO 11&& TIES & HANKS 'Ih! OFF LARGE MED. SHRIMP f. lit. 89c Monthly meeting for usher board 1 will convene at 2:30
IS.
MEN'S JACKETS FRESH MULLET ; .lb. 35e p.m., at the church. On Sunday, August 20, Annual Women's

MEN'S SWEATERS '5.'10. VahMt $12.$24 WORK SHOES 1 PRICE SPECKLED TROUT ..' .Ib. 65e Day will scheduled be observed.The speakers. for the day in chronological order

VALVUTOIII.M '? Men's Sport Shirts'v& '3.00 MEN'S HATS I OFF POMPANO ,a. .lb. $1.10 of services will be Mrs. TJS. Williams of West Union Bap

DRESS SHIRTS CATFISH . . lb. 65e I tist Church; Mrs. Pearl Nelson, Mt. Zion Holiness Church
':.; Men'sCasualSlacks MEN'S ROBES 10FF and Mrs. Z.... Jones of the Church of God in Christ. No. 4.
CONCH MEAT . fib. 6Se
JUUNGTOW BAPTIST
V3 OFF I. KINCFISHSCALLOPS .... .. .. .. ... ,.1. 59.
services for
5488 Sunday
5448 SMALL AI.T RATION CttARGt Jullngton Baptist church, Loretto Florida
$7.$1.. end AT rasas LOW PRICES . lb $1.10 J Is schedule to be gin with Sunday school 10:00'a.m..
"fPM\" with Harry T. Jones and teachers charge. '
..".
ALSO ALL BOYS WEAR REDUCED PRICE Noonday service will begin with devotion being led by the
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I Apostolic Church Of God In Christ Sets Men's.Day Celebration i 1 y / ,I

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Dual Day Scheduled For __________-_- Be'' _I I.Cookl1la Graduates' M CHURCH NOTESCHURCH


1st Corinth ChurchDual
Baptist OK GOD IN UNITY

rr Sunday services will begin with Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
Day observance Is silted for First Corinth Baptist with Superintendent Roscoe Vandore charge.
Church, Sunday, August 13, the entire day. Morning worship is scheduled for 11-00 a.m. with devotional

The eventful day is scheduled of the service along with rep. ,' Artie Buckner.services. The sermon will be delivered by Elder
to get underway with marks from the program chair- r.c
Holy Communion
N service li set for 3 p.m. The deacons
Sunday School beginning lesson man and the pastor, Rev W. x tk 4 4 and demonesses
E will assist the minister In
will be reviewed by Mrs. Daisy L. Jones. the rites of administering
communion. Elder
Artie Buckner
will
Kelsey. Programmed as guest R s ue bring the message. again

teachers Mrs. Rosa are Lee: Mrs.Ashley D. J.Jones, Mrs., Jerusalem Baptist' To Young Ifanadore people in charge union will of proceedings.begin at :5.30: p.m. with Mrs Sadie -

Mae Lull Adams Mae Robinson, Mrs. Augusta, Mrs.Essie Williams Observe Men's Day Evening the message.service will begin at 8 p.m. with the pastor bringing -

Mrs. A.B. Reed, lira
Mattle M. Smith, Mrs. Joan Annual Men's Day of Jeru- Sw Youth usher board I will serve throughout the day and the
salem Baptist Church,South- color will render song service.
Barney, Mrs. Mary J. Bender-
son and Mrs Santeo. sid will be observed Sunday On August 12, a singing union will be presented at the church
throughout the day, beginning 8 p.m. Appearing on program'
Morning will
worship beginat with Sunday School; Deacon R.' Margret Harris, Sister Louise Cohen, Christine Williams
U
a.m., with the choirs ,,. Cokes of Unity, Alice Bostoe and
and ushers In charge. Devotional McKlnnon guest superintendentin ." I'' the Bostonetts and many
charge. The lesson will be : H"" other outstanding groups of the city. -
service will be led reviewed by Rev. David John- .j ; : Ministers on the platform will give sermonetts.
by Mrs. Llzile Jackson and
Mrs. Rena Harvey while Mrs.W. I -t.'j': .1 ""r>
L. Jones win,serve from son.Morning service will begin ; : :; 1 SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH

the pulpit. Mrs. Maybelle Taylor with devotion by Deacon Kin Lie iI ; ,,' '' ';'"' ; Sweelfield Baptist Church Sunday! services will get under-

Service will introduce Womea's the Society ChristIan by Humphrey BUUngton.Deacon Nathan and Remarks Deacon York.following James / : !: iI5?<'J r't"'i Ji :"\f:;' school way in with charge.with the Deacon regular R.order McKinnon of service superintendent, 9:30 a.m.and Sunday teachers -

Afternoon
service set for 3
Speaker for the occasion will .. The Men's Day drive will close
p.m., will find Miss Bartara on the fourth Sunday In
Walker presiding as mistress be Rev. J.W. Marshall and Mr. August; the chairman, Mr. W.O. Sinclair has asked that
of ceremonies and the youth Amos Ealey and Mr. Rode all members do their best in supporting the effort.
Bartley will serve as guest Deaconess Board 1 will celebrate their anniversary Sunday
choir of First Corinth rendering -
soloists. 3 p.m. in the church.
service. o y
song Evening service will begin at Y( 5k Usher board 1 wUl observe their
anniversary
Hostesses for the afternoon August 14
7 p.m., with Deacon Russ and at 8 p.m..ln the cburcb' auditorium.
will be: Miss Ceradine Blocker (
Deacon Willie Jennings leading { The Baptist Minister Wives
will
Miss Gwendolyn Swanigan, %IIlY meet Monday August
; devotion. The Southside Male 21, 5:30 p.m in the home of Rev and Mrs. Eddie
Miss Deborah Taylor
Warren, Miss ,
673
Chorus will furnish music W. 16th St.
Deborah Hall, Miss Mae Lois
throughout the day. The evening 55 A spevlal chartered bus will
Lewis and Miss Claudie Lewis. leave the city for Denver,
speaker will be Rev. Willie S colorado, Sunday September* 3rd
at noon tom
Miss Amanda Anderson programmed Deacon Thomas ,' PS Baptist church Day Spring
to bring the message will Damps.serve as pastor Joseph for the day; The 1967 Summer Graduating Class -of Beu U e- k D 1' Maxim;-Issac;-York; Davis, Jr.:; Lemuel-Floyd Jackson;Frances- The schedule route for this trip will be via Lake
during the afternoon service, Deacon Dozier Joiner, Chair- College in Daytona Beach is shown here. Louise McCall Valeria Cameron Pearcy; Gwendolyn Thereasa Tallahassee and PeDS.lcola, Florida. City,
and Mrs. Gloria Jones is guest man of the Men's Day observance The candilates: receiving the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor Louise McCall; Valeria Cameron Pearcey; Gwendolyn For futher information contact, Mrs Sarah Rico
soloist. assisted by Deacon of Sciene degrees were as follows: Eleanor Frances Bras- Theresa Haynes; Charlie Roberson Johnnie Mae Williams; CJ.W1Uiams, or Mrs Sadie Fedd Mri-
BTU hour, 5 p.m., will find Welton Flynn. Rev. R.W. Jack- well; Abigail E. Thompkins; Bobble Jane Judson; Margaret and Eugene Leach.
Miss Margaret Simmons in son is the esteemed pastor. Bothwell; Ernestine Delores Murphy; Verdell E. Hannah; The following five floridians received Citations and the Mrs. A. McBride To Observe Anniversary
charge of procedures. Helen Oween Adams; Eleanor JoAnn Marvin; Johnnie Mack Bethune-Cookman College Medallion: Albert M.Watson,Minnie : a .
Evening worship, scheduledfor Baldwin; Oscar Henry Pendleton, Jr.; Betty Jean Long; Jua- L. Rogers, John A.M. Stewart, Arthur Schwartz, and George Angle Sunday McBride night, will p.m.celebrateher airs Eaptls t Church, the Celestial
6:45 p.m., will get under- Ofcsenri Anniversary nita Perry; Korona Ingram Bradley Lemuel Berrlan Clark; W. Conoly. Gospel Singers, Male Chorusof
9th at
Anniversary Mt.
way with devotion being led by Clyde Boiler Norma Musulue Cisco; Willie Hart... ; Alfreda Mt. Ararat and many more
Deacons Ararat Educational building. of the favorites.The .
Charles Lavant and R. --- city's
Choir 2 cif SUnt Peters
Baptist -
Many singers of the city will
Carter. Song service will be Church will have their public has been extended I
rendered by the Willing Work- appear on the program.To namea a cordial Invitation to help Mrs.
anniversary on Monday night, YOU WON'T GET TOMORROW JOBS few; The Cleft Tones, Sons McBride make
male this
ers chorus and the Friendly 14 in the church's audi- ----- event a
August
of Jubilee Voices
of Jerusalem
Westslde Male Chorus. WITH YESTERDAY' S SKILLS memorlable occasion.
torium. 7:30:
p.m.
Gospel Chorus of Philadelphia
The speaker for the eveningwill Everyone has been invited to ..
be Rev. G. Wjren Pa- (ltburtb ebJ.
,
attend this affair, in which Rev., -
!laths, Florida. Reports for the H. L. Herod will serve as "YOUR DOLLAR
day will be made at the close Muter of Cermony.

Continued from Page 4 BUYS MOREAT

"HEED A PROFESSIONAL deacons Color 1 and 2; usher board 2 will serve, during
this sorvlce. The message will be delivered by the pastor. / YOUR BANNER
Afternoon worship scheduled for 3:15 will find chlor 1 and I
PHOTOGRAPHER"CALL 2; usher board 1 and 2 serving. Devotional service will be
led by Deacons Harry T. Jones and James Thomas. Rev. FOOD STORE"
ONE, OF FLORIDA FORHOST Wilbur Burgess will bring the message after which holy
communion will be administered. GOOD THRU SATUKDAr
PRICES
Chlor 1 and ..z will ,meet 6 p.m._Saturday,evening. then QUANTITY RIGHts I RESERVED,
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EXPERT SERVICE. CENTRAL BAPTIST DIXIE CRYSTALS S
Central Baptist BYPU will meet Sunday after noon, 4:45:
,LOW DISCOUNT RATES THESE MONTHSNews with Miss Elnora Yattes, presiding at the console Mrs. E.
LIMIT ONE PLEASE
H.Clipper the president In charge.
The Bible quotation for Sunday begins with the letter "0"A SUGAR WITH $20.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER .09-

Paper Coverage Razzle Dazzle Biblical drill will be presented by the 5 IRS. WITH $15.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER .19?
Family Pictures president along with a program. WITH $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER _?,
t. \ Weddings & Reception Monday night a motion picture will be shown In the church., WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER "*
Club Group Pictures All members and friends are welcome. .39$" .
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,NIGHT, IN YOUR OWN Sunday school is scheduled for 9:30: a.m. with Mrs. Mary CHASE ft SWORN LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH 15.00 OK MORE FOOD ORDERCOFFEE
McCoy and teachers In charge. The lesson topic "Partners
A In The Gospel" will be reviewed by the pastor Rev. Jake
.S. MING ROOM) Ray Jr.Morning. : C
; service will begin at eleven, with Deacons Des-
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Three o'clock District 1 will meet In the home of Mrs. Eva .----------------------------------
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lUCK AND IIITE 5 will meet in the home of Deacon Robert King, 753 Floridaave.

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Your Good: HealthBy Mile High City -....... Sergeant Davis.-. Receives Medal End Riots Howl Negro Leaders- -:Offer Anti-: '

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SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN, MJO. M.P.H. Still Swinging ; ,. 4 Leaders UrgeNEW Riot Proposals: Better JobsSACRAMENTO '

MULTIPLE SCLEROSES ,* '.. '
Multiple sclerosis afflicts about half a million persons In DENVERNPI)- While - the United Denver has not bad YORK out that
States The exact cause Is not known although many any typeof -Pointing to low-Income workers.
theories have been advanced. It Is neither hereditary nor rioting a la Newark or Negroes are "the primary victims offer, better Jobs UDS.t11led. "_
contagious Detroit it nonetheless has the of riots", four of the These suggestions were offered tive action: u inis area -w

One of the things that nukes it so puullnf is that its Insidious problem of black youth going nation's top civil rights leaders by Dr. Martin Luther clearly demonstrated by the
Inlow-incomeNe-
onset follows no set pattern. It usually starts between out almost nightly trying to get have Issued a strong call King, Jr., and leaders In, distrubances
the ages of 18 and 40. It appears to be more prevalent in something going. for an end to the ghetto violence ,Illinois and California means gro neighborhoods throughout
cold damp countries, but it cannot be cured or prevented by However they art surprised I which has erupted in of preventing further urban the entire country during the
moving to a warm, dry climate to find that their many other cities throughout the country.The rioting. past summer
This friends break off Issued Wednesday In Atlanta Dr. King urged the "Many of the participants In
disease is the result of changes the brain and spinal young when statement on ,
cord, but it does not atiect the victim's thought processes. "fire bombing" comes into the July 26, was Joint appeal creation of a national full-em the riots were unskilled workers
Normally each nerve fiber Is surrounded by a coating of a picture.The by the Rev Dr. Martin ployment agency as a means frustrated by years of low-
substance called myelln. This provides insulation similar in city has its problems, Luther King, Jr., president, of checking racial distrubances. Incomes, by unmeaningful Jobs
function to that used to separate copper wires in a cable. but rioting in its environs la SCLC J A. Philip Randolph "Every single outbreak with and by being excluded from
In multiple sclerosis, the myolin sheath is destroyed and the considered a long shot. During president, A. Philip Randolph out exception has substantially recent economic prosperity.
Impulses carried separately in motor and sensory nerves the past two weeks, six Incidents O 1. 91 1 Institute; Roy Wilkins execu- been subscribed to gross unemployment Unskilled Negro workers could
become rolled. have occured-looting,'" tive director, NAACP and Whitney particularly among make great advances If they
This may cause the victim to have oscillating movements of fire bombing and window break- M. Young Jr., National young people," unem- could only catch up with the
his eye balls, faltering gait, rigidity or weakness of various Ing. League. mong young people" Dr. King conditions of unskWedwb1tes".
muscle groups, tremors that are made worse by trying to control The press and the police department The complete text of the state said In a telegram to Presi- The report by Dr. Taylor
them (these are called intention tremors), and a staccato have been working; ment on violence la the cities dent Johnson. charged that Negroes of comparable
type of speech. All of these manifestations are never found In hand in hand to keep it quiet, follows: t "In most cities, unemployment age and education make
a single patient. because it seems from the experience Developments in Newark, Detroit of Negro youth is greater considerably less money than
One important characteristic of this decease is that after a of other cities, as and other strife-torn cities; than the unemployment level whites doing the same work
period of progressive disability, there is a remission, and the' soon as everybody feels the : TI make it crystal clear that the of the Depression 1930s. in most unskilled jobs.
patient is improved for a while. This does not mean that be is time has come to riotbasedon primary victims of the riots Dr. King said he wanted the Employers find it easy to apply
cured, but it may cause the patient and the doctor to believe news broadcasts 4hey have ire the Negro citizens. That federal agency to provide Jobs discriminatory hiring
that the treatment last used brought about the Improvement. This taken to the streets and aided they have grave grievances of even before it offered employ standards the report went on,

assumption Is not justified because as yet there is no known rioters. Sergeant Major Emanuel T. Davis was retired from the United long standing cannot be deniedor ment training as the Works because of the way channels
effective treatment. Suggestion have been heard States minimized. That the riots Progress Administration did of employment have developedover
Army after .
recently than 23
Although there Is no cure for this disease much can be done that in 1968, Denver will definitely His retirement certificate and more the Army Commendation year service.Medal have not contributed in any during the Depression.In the years.
to help the victim. With skillful care, most patients can be be a riot areaNegroyouth (second Oak Leaf Cluster) to him Lt. Col. substantial measure to the Sacramento, 18 Negro lead In Cairo, HI., more jobs for
relatively active throughout a normal life span. are said to be getting Samuel F. were presented by eradication of these Just complaints era told Go*. Rail Reagan Negroes were offered in the
Sampson
professor of science at the
Certain factors aggravate the disease and favor relapses. more bolder in the summer of UrJversity. military is by now obvious to all. that finding jobs for idle Negroes wake of racial rioting.Manufacturers ,
These include excessive fatigue fevers, severe injuries 1967 than they were in 1965 or The Commendation Medal was awarded to Sergeant We are contidentthattheover- is the way to prevent la the area expressed
Major
and emotional upsets. Every effort should be made to pre- 1966. Davis for meritorious service while assignedas major whelming majority of the Negro racial tension from exploding.The Interest in Job-train
vent or minimize these occurrences. Many parents want school vacations at FAMU fnm sergeant community joins us In opposition group enlightened the log programs in which the state
July 1965 to June
1967. Davis
Drugs of the cortisone group are sometimes helpful. Ply shortened to keep youth eatered the army in 1941, and served, In the Sergeant Pacific Major World violence in the governor on the backgroundcauses assists said Roger Nathan, a
siotherapy in the form of muscle stretching electrical stimulation out of the streets. Many even War II and he also served in Korea daring the Korean during Conflict. streets. Who is without the of riots" and how we spokesman) for the Illinois Com
whirpool baths and packs may also be of benefit. think that lack of jobs is the necessities of life when the could best meet them before the mission on Human Relations.In .
It is important too that the victim get a well-balanced reason. NBL neighborhood stores are destroyed situation comes to an explosive New York, the Richard
diet and adequate rest and that he avoid intoxicants: of ill The real explanation for the Signs Half Millon Dollar and looted? Whose point," said Clarence R. Sternof Clarke employment agency reported -
kinds. outbreaks is simple. They are children are without milk because San Francisco. increasing success Inputting
just pure expressions of hate Federal Contract deliveries cannot be Gov. Reagan's actions in giving young Negro college
for tha nresent! nvsfam- Thav To made? Who loses wages because Negroes a better job break graduates on the job.

\ /1". ..."'. are not yrac riots, just of breakdown In trans. were both criticized and praised Clarke specializes In getting
eLa Jt91 \..' anti-authority riots. Aid Small Businessmen portation or destruction of the by California leaders. applicants and employers together -
: ..L.t : (;1'0 : The power structure seems to place of employment? Who Leonard A. Carter, NAACP at a "job opportunity
,. 0'1 want to continue its are the dead center.*' Employers
:I ; dlalougue The National the Injured and regional director, accused are given
() .. ? with well-dressed middle- with the Economic Business League concluded an agreement the imprisoned? It is the Negroes Reagan of playing a "negativerole an opportunity to interview a
class Negroes who do not riot ment Opportunity and the Economic Develop who pay and pay and pay, in civil rights. large cross-section of Negro
r BRAND NEW II k ... I' 1. nor lead rioters. a Administration and providing $413,000 federal funds for whether or not they are individually But Chrispus Wright, a Los applicants with college de-
training
1' .' LTf My advice to the power struc- cities business development program in twelve pilot Involved in the riot. Angeles attorney, said Reagan gress.
1967 VWSEDAN' :; ._\. r.6" ture is to talk to the rioters, ing. And for what? was showing "a real Interest He said he expected 450 Job
M, .P" ask them why..I'll bet the can't Berkeley G. Burrell Presi terra for the selection of the Killing, arson, looting are criminal in the problems affecting the 'offers to be made to 1,000
: answer. dent of the 67 year old .project pilot cities," the NBL acts and should be dealt minorities throughout the Negro applicants by representatives -
: t U: MONE1TMIRACLE Those who have answered/have predominately Negro business prexy stated. with as such Equally guilty state." i of 33 companies.At .
16985' :; TOO grabbed for the civil rights organization stated that a final The federal contract now are those who Incite, provokeand Meanwhile in Chicago the the Kama time the Urban
CAN COME TO YOU phrases. Yet when the civil determination has not been dubbed PROJECT OUTREACH call specifically for such Urban League Issued a retort League secured apprentice J jobs
r DELIVERED IN lAX( rr I rights boys were being beaten made as to the specific cities by NBL, is aimed at producing action. There is no injustice on the unskilled Negro worker. for 75 youths, who will become
"2'1,.", ",. sennit ft ,IfmCatlin Join this new Prosperity spit upon, kicked and blttend by that will be Included In the pro 40 candidates for management which Justifies the present destruction in the Chicago labor market. bricklayers plumbers sheet
Movement! Write today for free dogs, the rioters were denouncing ject. With chapters In more trainee jobs 240 trainees who of the 'Negro community The report was written by Dr. metal workers, and electrical
r Information An Individual You them.In than 40 cities, the NBL Exe will open new business on a and its people.We David P. Taylor of the Sloan workers.The .
-may be energized magnetized the Mile High City, the boy cutive Committee is now con- sound business basis, and the who nave fought so long School of Management Massachusetts League's Labor Educa-
r and ;polarized; to attract the cotted merchants welcomed the sidering those cities that offer training of 500 persons who and so hard to achieve justice Institute of Technology tion Advancement Program
= flow of money.Properly magnetized -,I I marchers into their stores,and the greatest potential for the are now in business with the for all Americans have consistently In an introduction to the (LEAP) obtained the jobs for
: Griffin any human beingcansum- served them drinks. That's why successful execution of the pro objective of improving their opposed violence as a study Ed-rin C. Berry, Chicago the youths. The skilled trades
mon a Money Miracle.Write for the plum is still swinging ject objectives. Burrel stated business performance. Most of means of redress. Riots have Urban League executive director have historically been off-
: Volkswagen r ra details about this new Pro Denver never offered resistance that NBL would limit participation the training will be accomplished proved Ineffective disruptiveand declared that "con limits to Negroes.
sperity Movement! Write TO: to any protesters- to those cities with by utilizing the resources highly damaging to the Negro crete gains must now be obtained Urban League officials
INC. .. violent ornon-violent-edthey. memberships in excess of of federal distributive population, to the civil for unskilled Negro searched pool halls and street
1250 EAST 8th ST. rr OBADIA.1'S are offering none now: -- 100 active members. .'"Slnc,.,education/ programs local..colleges rights cause, and to the entire workers if we are to avoid corners in Westchester County
354-9093 si MONEY MAGNET !. WHEN several chapters have substantially and universities and nation. serious future racial conflict (N.Y.) to'find young applicants
rnrrvi INFORMATION ASKED why he had not: more than 100 active local adult education systems. We call upon Negro citizens in our inner cities" for the apprenticeships.
:tega!! .. 9204 S:Commerical Avenue brushed his teeth" the confused members our executive According to Burrell the throughout the nation to forego The urgent need for correc

I Ir Chicago, Illlonis 60617 I boy explained.It / can't My bat committee will establish cri- staffing of the project is now the temptation to disregardthe -- -
tery dead Catholic Dieest_ law. This does
not
:: U h underway and personnel orientation mean Go Town To Gel
Have To To
YOU SAVE ON is expected to begin about that we we should submit tame. You Don't
EVERYTHING YOU BUY September 1,2967.Participation : ly to Joblessness, Inadequate .
will be open to housing poor schooling Insult LOW PRICES
AT disadvantaged business people humiliation and attack. It
r.II In, the pilot cities without regard does require a redoubling of
to race or creed.In efforts through legitimate DRUG STORE NEEDS
announcing receipt of the means to end these wrongs and Trade
with Your Neighborhood Drug Store
federal funds President Bur disabilities.
PIC N' PAY We WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
rail also launched a campaignto appeal not only to black
-viz Papers. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions
raise Americans but also to
LOLA TRAP' an additional two hundred our fellow
and fifty thousands dollars white citizens who are not
HOME GRANT, in matching funds from to blameless. The dlabilltles
MANAGEROPETTUNDAY
([Duel Br Finis Iras.). MKT. STORE MANAGER the private business community ,imposed upon Negro citizensare Dixie Pharmacy
tq provide administrative sup a century old. They remain
915 W. ASHLEY PRICES port services for the project. because the white citizenry
GOOD
SAM 1 PM "Financial support from private in general supports these
MRS FRI.! enterprise represents restrictions.
SAT
the most constructive possible ,/I And finally we support 1302 Kiofs Road At Myrtle
cooperation of government and f. President Johnson's call "upon
FREE 1 LB. SOLID OLEO WITH GROCERY ORDER business." Burrell stated further all our people (black and white
that this expansive new alike) in all our cities to Join Pfaoaes ElEin 5-5597-98

AND AD FROM "FLA. STAR PAPER.'" NBL program Involves such in a determined program to
I substantial costs that It beyondthe maintain law and order, to con
I I __ present financial capacity demn and to combat lawlessness PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND
FLA. VALUE BRAND of the organization. "We in all its forms,'and
LEAN appeal for support from the firmly to show by word and by
WHOLE majority business communityand deed that riot, looting and pub TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORI
are confident that they will arc disorder will Just not be
PIG provide it, as a matter of enlightened .tolerated." .
. TAILS FRYERS FAD self-interest," Bur No one benefits under mob JOBS ARE OPEN .
rell concluded. law Let's end it now I

Final selection of the twelve FOR TRAINED PEOPLE .1
cities is now under con-
GliNT .sideratlon by the NBL Board
59" of Directors. Of the fifty Chapter Motown Records I.I.M. Key PuckHurseiAlde

[B. 10C L3. 25C sIn Cities the,number the Board now has under reduced (;

consideration for implementation '
Sweep Awards
WITH $5.00 ORDER of "Outreach" project to Cashier Checker

....... ___'u fifteen. From these will be
UWt CRYSTAL J I II selected the twelve cities to be DETROIT,--:Mr. Berry Gordy

SUGAR involved. Jr., President of Motown Record
39C I ENDS i PIECES Corporation, has been Informed t Clerk Typist ,;
5 IBS. KITH $$5.00 ORDER .| that Motown recording t
$ OO :
SMO. BACON Bare FootNotesFrom artists swept the annual Rhythmand
t I
5 IBS. Blues Awards of Record

5 IBS. WITH $10.00 ORDER 1 19C'SLICED it randal Maine reason.to Malibu Getting, summer -; publisher World Magazine., Bob A Austin Record Informed World tr r Medical l Assistant 1

ready to wear sandals takes Mr. Gordy tf the Awards ;
preparation' as feet have been and added his
URGE 4 TO 6 IB. under cover up to now and most congratulations. High School Not Reauired.No :
IK. Motown
nled artists swept all three : Age limit.
PINEAPPLE No.Mz 4, "F 990 BAKING HENS ll 29 C likely Now until some fall f.ampUlnr.; first places in both the Top

should Include a foot-dattedng Male Group and Top Female Day
routine. The start of Foot Comfort Vocal Group categories, num- or Evening Classes :
TENDER SLICED Week, June 17, If a good ber
one in the Top Instrumental
PORK 4 39C time to begin but make sun the ,
& BEANS FOR BEEF LIVER IB. 29 routine you li want.continued for the results many Combo runners-up arena,in art other placed cata- Student Loans .ot.,,. .!

Dr. William M.SchoIl.aworldfamous gorles. ASSISTANCE"CALL '
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CARRiAGE
am foot authority Top Male Vocal Groups: The' : ..a.-. :

BLEACHFsr 29C daily recommends In hot, soapy scrubbing water the with feet Temptations, Number One; The' .
; GAL. WHITE BREAD 2 uif 25C pedicure bruth. Dry them carefully Four Tops, Number Two;
and smooth out any 'Smokey Robinson and the Ill-
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rough areas with a hard skin .racles. Number three. 356-8301
reducer, or pumice stone. At Top Female Vocal Groups:

OKRA 190 uisa tang bedtime I cream, apply to keep a rich feet moistur soft .,Diana Ross and tbcSupremes" .
u. POTATOES 10.1: 49C.Sped Once a month, trim toenails Number One; Martha and tea Jacksonville
straight I across.tklr nail nip Vawtellas, Number Two; The Training lust. ;
per. Apply to Marvelettes, Number Three.
nails and gently push back the Top Instrumental Combo

,' Prices For Rooming' Houses Hotels' And cuticle wrapped with an In orangewoodstick cotton. Then Number Ono, Junior Walker;
Restaurants
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World Military Science Divisioi Gives _Award CARMICHAEL MAY WIND UP
News
Digest AREA !II


I SERVICEMEN: A MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY I

BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL ..... -------.1; p
LONDON.-Stokely Carmichael may turn out to b* a
NEW DAM i SAN ANITONIO, Tex.-Airman man without a country, at the rate things are going.

FORT JAMESON, Zambia-(NW-A new dam U going up on Jesse L. Banks, son of Mrs Barred from returning to In Cambridge, Ild,
the Makungwa >tream, 19 miles southwest of this city which Rosa M. Banks of 5656 Soutel Great. Britain, Carmichael. "We built this country op,
is expected to be completed by the middle of September. Drive, Jacksonville, Fla., has faced the posslbllty of havinghis and we'll burn It down, hustles
Called the Makungva dam, it win be 87 feet deep and will cost been selected for technical passport lifted should he return ,(whites) and all," Brown shouted -
estimated at Lackland AFB,Tex.,
an $44,800. training to the United States after being released.
u a U.s. Air Force air policeman The former SNCC chairman Carmichael, mean while, was
ON OTHER FOOT likely bad misgivings about returning barred from returning to Great
NEW DELHI-4NPI)-lodla government Is about to take some The airman recently complete to the United States, 'Britain after being accused of
definite steps about the burgeoning birth rate,but Is not making where he might be preventedfrom advocating racial violence.
the female pay the penalty. Under proposed legislation, com ,oYAIRtLUllESSE leaving the country again. Home Secretary Roy Jenkins
pulsory.; sterilization will be In effect for all men who are fathersof and could face arrest charges told Parliament he bad decided
three or more children. For those volunteering for sterilisation It of being Involved In recent that Carmichael' presence"is
a transistor radio will be given free of charge racial disturbances.And not conducive to the public
thus, be may Join Adam good He bas now left and I do
100 LATE Clayton Powell In being no exile not propose to allow him to re-
SALISBURY (NPI -The wheels of Justice moved slowly as' from his own country-although enter the country.
usual and wore too late to halt the sentenced meted out to the reasons for the two leaders' In London ,Carmichael addressed
a nine-year-old African boy who had been convicted In Congress
courtof trouble with the law are considerably the International -
housebreaklng. Tje was given a sentence of four strokesof a different on Dialectics of Libera-
the cane, but when the High court, on appeal, overturnedthe Carmichael hardly pleased tion and Violence, In which he,
sentence, the caning had already been carried out. Howeverthe Jtar q l U.$. Justice department by reportedly urged that Negroes be liberated
country's top tribunal ruled that In future Instances, child urging Negroes from the "international conspiracy -
ren will not be brought into the court and given sentences. Ui BANKS a guerrilla "fight to the death of white racism and capi

in the nation's cities. talism.
REAL JETSETALGIERS id basis training at Lackland.His Carmichael was quoted as saying After his 10-day stay In London -
-{(NPI)-Algeria Is working up a "Jet set" of its TALLAHASSEE-JRE. Lee Jr., was anrd 4-aPJlq. and certificate recently by the new school part of the Alr that, while In Havana,Cuba, he flew to Czechoslovakia
own, but not In the pleasure-seeking field. The government Military Science Division Florida AIM University, ,for his outstanding and loyal supportof Training Command which! conducts attending a conference of the and went to Havana.
recently announced that it Is training 75 young women to be the U.S. Army ROTC program during the period July, 1948 through June 30,1967. hundreds of specialized revolution-bent Latin American He reportedly planned to go to
Jet fighter pilots. The trainees were taken from among, As vice-president of Florida MM University, be supported many activities, events, and courses to provide technically Organization of Solidarity Hanoi, capital of North Viet
5,000 women who have been conscripted for military service programs in furtherance of Army ROTC. Among his contributions to the FAMU ROTC trained personnel for the The Justice department previously nam.
Corps of Cadets Is the J.R.E. Lee Award, which he has personally prestened annually nation's araospacelorc.. has been aversed to Carmichael has no authorization !-
since 1953, on the Annual ROTC Awards Day program In recognition of the cadet company Airman Banks attended :algh arresting militant leaders for for travel to the Com-
HOME RULE exhibiting the highest degree of proficiency In general military excellence and spirit school Jacksonville. fear of the reaction among their munist countries, according to
WASHINGTON-NPI that Puerto Ricans have settled of teamwork He is married to the former followers.But a State Department source. If
for the time being the question of their status with the United ---- Doris M.Brown of Jacksonville. that didn't stop FBI agents be returns to the United States,
States-the vote was for retention of the commonwealth from seizing Carmlchael's colleague be could lose his passport but
s'stem-the Virgin Islands arc renewing vlgourously their THIIe's Tavern. Cerebral Hemorrhage Takes ---- successor H. Rap could not be prosecuted for
plea before the Congress for home rule. Specifically the Islanders Drown traveling to the Red nations
want to elect their own governor In 1970. SAN All'roNIO-.Urman Wood- Brown was released on$10,000 But would he return? Then
Shooting Scene row W. McCoy Jr., grandsonof bond after being arrested on was a chance be might decide,
O.CJS. life Of Claude Burnett Mrs. Bernice Hartley of 1924 charges of stirring up rioting ''for any number of reasons, to
LUSAKA--(NPf)-Omcer candidate training in Canada, Ireland A rifle-welldlng assailant venus St., Jacksonville, Fla., 'stay in one of the Communist
and England, for eventual appointment as officers in wounded two persons at Time's has received his first U.s. Air :countries be has visited
the Zambia army, has begun in this Central African Independent on Moncrlef Road. CHICAGO-(NPI) Funeral service.were beldSaturday afternoon Force duty assignment after
nation. Candidates must be unmarried, a citizen of the According to the Duval County (Aug.5)) at QuInn Chapel,,AME Church for Claude Albert completing basic training at
country, between the ages of 18-25, have at least passed the Patrol, an armed unidentified Barnett, founder-director the Associated Negro Press news- Lackland AFB, Tex. I
English language tests or its equivalent, and must be medically man entered the tavern about gathering agency, who died In his home during the early Be has bun assigned to Travis 10W COST1Face
fit. 1:15 a.m., carrying i22-callber hours of Aug. 2 of a cerebral bemmorrhage. The fatal attack
rifle and fired three shots. It occurred' around noon Tuesday, sad he lay in a coma until
An organizational meeting was scheduled for Thursday, appeared that all the shots were 1 a.m., Wednesday morning. Lifting Of Your Home

August 3, at 2178 W. 12th St., In the apartment of Robert meant for Robert Junior Round- In retirement since July,1964. and Chicago chapter, American -
Ingram at 8 p.m. tree, 37, of 4659 Flynn St. Barnett had been confined to Red Cross. "YOUR HOME IS OUR CONCERN"
Roundtree was hit twice In the his home for almost all of his He was also a trustee of his
head and Martha Bartley, 22, exodus from the active Jour- alma mater,Tuskegee Institute 'Roof', 'Carports, Torches
KENNEDY CENTER of 1707 Anderson St., was hit of the
Habit Hindered nalistic scene, as a result of and a board member '
Orders of in the back.According. a cerebral attack suffered in National American Rod Cross, Dens And General Room
Many Religious to Detective Sgt. November, 1964.A Council of Social Agencies,New
women have changed from the Don Nelson, the Bartley woman York Colonization Society and
native of Sanford, Fla., who
traditional habit to simple black. and all other occupants of Additions Are Our
... bad been a resident of Chicago .I Booker T. Washington Institute, Specialties
and-white dresses. In the future ,' the tavern apparently scattered for most of his life, tie I Kakata, Liberia.In .
the Catholic Digest pre. after the shooting. would been 78 next Sept. fraternal and social circleshe We Will Finance To
w Roundtree left in his It n.1 Up
car I
will held membership! in the
dicta, more Sisters Educated In Matton, Oak ,
many ----- -- -- -- -
be seen in modern apparel.For (i was believed and was found and Chicago, he was graduate i I Chicago Assembly, Appomattox AIRMAN WOODROW W. McCOY
about an hour later abandonedon '' and Forty Clubs Tuskegee 7 Years
of Tuskegee Institute in 1906.
The John F, Kennedy Center AFB Calif. for (training and
34th Street. Approximately conceived: Alumni association and Alpha ,
the old-style clotheswere In March 1919, he
years for the Performing Arts 4 he waled Into Duval duty as a transportation
a.m., Phi Alpha Fraternity.
associated with scruples, and founded the Associated Negro CAll 398-5987 I
to be completed in 1968, is Medical Center. Survivors Include Mrs. Barnett specialist. He becomes a member -
fear, repression and the cate the sole memorial Press, designed to meet
designatedby Roundtree was struck in the of the Strategic Air Command
the !, his wife three daughters,
problem of dissemination ;
chism.: They blurred communi Congress to the late Presi- forehead and the bullet lodge in of news of, about and of particular several grandchildren, and America' long-range Capitol (Construction. \
cations even 'with Catholic dent in our nation's capital. his brain; while the second bullet interest to'Negroes''to1newspapers :other relatives. nuclear bomber and missile
adults,'who>> unconsciously) {den, The Center will include three'large hit him In the chin and lodge throughout the' force. I
lifted the traditional clothingwith auditoriums a studio (lere. The victim was listed country.
theatre restaurants cafeterias in serious condition
the traditional
stereotype During its span of operation,
Good and and underground parkingfor Martha Bartley, told officers ANP
of the ( Benighted) served newspapers not
1,600 cars-all under one she had been at the tavern with
Nun. only in the United but
roof. her She said she Stalest
twin sister.
in
the Caribbean area and Africa
did not realize she had been hit
as well. I
WHEN YOU ARE ILLYou until she got home. An extensive traveler Barnett .i
to of-
According Investigating and his wife, the former MARKEts Ii
'ficers there were probably 50
Seek The' Best Doctor Etta Moten, visited numerous SUPER
In the when
Negroes building
countries Africa-both prior
When Your Doctor the shooting occurred but they
and subsequent to their Inda
Prescribes Get Experienced bad scattered by the time the i
Pharmacists authorities arrived at the scene pendence from colonial rule. THESE PRICES 5000 THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE,
They got to know personallymany I
of the 15 minutes later.
shooting,
"
According to Your heads of state, govern
At the time of the report of
ment official-bath African and
Doctor's
Orders we the incident the suspect bad not
colonlal-s well as leadersin DIXIE CRYSTAL
Use Only The Best' been apprehended. ,
other walks of life throughout -
Quality Drugs the countries they visited.
C. E. BLACK. Proprlcto. LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 5 LB.OR .
SNCC To Meet Upon retirement In 1964, Barnett
Pharmacists began work on his memoirsand SUGAR 37o
3 Registered To serve You '
adding to his collection of MORE FOOD ORDER BAG
.. _. _. .A COMPLETE LINE OF-------------
Tension Mounts arts objects, which was com- I
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries plemented by an ever increasing
As the date of SNCC's scheduled library of Negro and African

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND' DELIVEREDLilly's meeting here August 9, literary works.In .
draws near, there have been addition to his travels PILLSBURY
more reports of broken plate abroad, Barnett served u president
Drag Store glass windows Provident Hospital and LIMIT 1 WITH $ .

Andrew's grocery market,502 Training School, 1938-4 t and
1901 KillS Road SIt's North Broad Street, reported director, Supreme Liberty Life FLOUR OR MORE[ FOOD 00BAG' 39 C
unknown assillants broke a plate Insurance Company, Liberia
glass window by throwing a Company, Phelp-Stokes Fund .
brick. There were no reported
tosses except for the cost of

a the Also window Torrence the Tailor, 612 Ocala Negro Freed TIME SAVER

scene.Broad Street Some,was unknown rock throwing persons 1 WITH $5. o.

SnapOnly broke a plate glass window of By Circuit Court
I the tailor shop causing In approximately LEACH [ FOOD ORDER'GAL.. 10FAB 1 C

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Still another scene of plateglass year-old Ocala Negro truck .
breaking was the Pic 'N' his life
driver on trial for was
KODAK'S INSTAMATIC Pay Supermarket,915 W.Ashley freed by a 12-man Circuit Court

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Tick Ua tomlvm Certificate frets Any Branch. .r SiUtmo. *. the night of August 1, someone trial Brewton had pleaded self defense
threw a stone through a large in the death of his 28-
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Miami Urban Leaguo Job Fair Seranade To A Coed SCIC S Operation I MIAMI UUB ROTlCE; 'MOON OVER MIAMI


Led To Airline Stewardess Job Breadbasket Gains
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Jackie Qeason will be welcomed tack
' At Bethune-Cookman College, Barbara Brown of Miami, New Jobs In Atlanta Mrs. Minnie Coleman 26672 to Miami Beach Thursday for his fourth season of telecasting
Florida a pretty Social Science major was chosen twice as a r SW.137tlr Court, Naranja, died from the municipal auditorium.The .
Campus Queen, and now as an airline stewardess, she is A TLANT Operation Bread Wednesday, August 2. She is welcome will be a community through Sept. 2.
pleasing her passengers with the same charm and personality basket of the SCLC recently survived by three daughters; luncheon In ConventionHall Miami's AFL Dolphins meet
that won the hearts of her fellow students. announced a major new breakthrough Mesdames Ruth Fountain, Mattie where Just a year from the Atlnat Falcons In an exhibition -
Twenty-one and eager to see cations there and I decided to I in new Jobs for Negroes Franklin and Jimmie Lee now Miami Beach hopes the Republicans game In the Orange
the world, Barbara is one of sign up. And here I ara..ready l In Atlanta, the birthplaceof Martin; fourteen grandchildren and the Democrats Bowl Aug. 19, open their regular
Eastern's new stewardesses.She to take off" Breadbasket. and other relatives. Funeral will meet to nominate their season Sept. 17 against
graduated: last week after Barbara's family lives inSanta Ministers of Breadbasket arrangements are Incomplete. candidate for president and rice Denver here and play Kansas
receiving five weeks training Ana, California and as soon reached an agreement with officials president.Two City's Chiefs Sept 24.
with 67 other girls. as she filled out the applica- of the ne Regency Hyatt eec". days after the luncheon Golf, fishing, sightseeing,
"My mother and father had no tion for the stewardess training ,House Hotel for full integra- Cleason and Company will pro- svimming, skin diving and.other
idea I would become a stewardess she called home to tell tion of the hotel staff and 97 Jeff Donald of 1778 N.W. 74th duct the first of 40 shows on summer recreation of course
Barbara said. "I them. "They were sure sur- new jobs withing 60 days in Terrace Sunday, July 30th. their schedule for the coming are on the vacation schedule
guess I didn't either. It all prised," she said "But they positions previously held by He is survived by a grand- season. Although the Great One here throughout Us; year, along
happened to sudla'uIy, thought it was so exciting. The few or no Negroes.Rev. daughter, Carolyn Johnson; a will have more variety than t with a variety of nIght club'entertainment
As a result of her switch in only thing they were disappoint- 1- Joseph E. Boone, chair- grandson, Herman Bannister, ever In htsupcomlngprograms, .
careers, she'll be flying all ed about was that I wasn't man of the readbasket negoti- one sister two brothers, a at least a dozen are expectedto Bargain summer rates for
over the United States and, coming home to work" ating committee which workedfor nice, Mary Ann Roller; anephew follow his "Honeymooners"format hotel rooms and apartmentshold <
hopefully, abroad. "It will be Barbara will be based in Miami: the agreement during the Herbert Rolle and featuring Art Carney, through October. Hotel
a different way of life from as in EAL stewardess but livingin last three weeks, said: "Now six great grandchildren. Sheila MacRae and Jane Kean. room prices start around $3
what I had planned," Barbara Florida won't be exactlynew that we have set the precedentof Funeral service were con- The June Taylor Dancers and for two, with the choicest accommodations -
said. to her. She was born in this settlement with the Regency ducted Saturday, August 5 in Sammy Spear's music again available for $10
Bradonton and attend school Hyatt House, SCLC's the Range Funeral Home Cha- will be a part of the CBS Saturday to $::8 in the luxury establIsh- .
'in Daytona Beach before her r Operation Breadbasket will go pel. night Gleason hour. ments. Hay fever victims' hose
family moved to California. to all hotels and motels In Atlanta Visitors in Miami Beach will troubles are caused by rag-
Right now she dosen't have a and insist on the same ..... have a chance to watch the weed pollens, the greatest offenders -
specific run to fly but will be kind of progressive fair hiring productions Uve by using the!: in the allergy field,
on reserve status a while- and promotion practices. Albert Marshall of 11329 SW following procedure: W.ite also can find refuge in Miami
which means she might go any- When Bethune-Cookman College held its annual summer picnic This agreement today assures 213th Street, Goulds died Sun- Gleason Tickets, Miami Beach ':2each.:'!
wheie on short notice. Already on the White Sands at the World's Famous Daytona Beach, that Negroes will be hired and day, July 30. He is survivedby Auditorium, 1700 Washington
this short notice has taken her coed Eleanor Hodges attracted the attention of many male upgraded on an equal basis in four daughters; Mesdames Ave., Miami Beach, Fla. Give Negro Appointed To
to San Juan, Puerta Rico, onlookers including HendrIck Crowell who paused to serenadeher all departments and job cate- Willie M. Thomas, Virginia the week-end dates for which
Nassau Freeport, Bahamas, with song and guitar. Eleanor, a junior, halls from West gories of the hotel" Hamilton, Alberta Hughes and tickets are desired, with an Head Human RightsLast
Palm Beach, Florida. Crowell, a Clark College Junior, Is the alternate date if A
New York, Newark,and Atlanta Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy, Susie Smith; one son, Alphonso possible
"It's a good: way to get to son of Reverned Arthur Crowell a Bethune-Cookman College SCLC Vice president AtLargewho f:enry; three sisters,a brother. self-addressed return envelope week, GOP Governor H.
know the airline and if s operations organized the original Funeral services were held will help. A limit of two tick- E, LeVander named Frank C.
," Barbara; d. "But what Operation Breadbasket In Atlanta Saturday, August 5, In the New ets is Imposed, for which there Kent as the new Commissioner
I'd like to have Is the Miamito trustee.ENTERTAINMENT five years ago, salt that Bethel AME Church. is no charge. for the State Department of Human -
New York run with long the agreement will be a basis Miami Bench vacationers dur- Rights The first Negro
layovers in New York I have a for negotiations and direct action ...#. ing August and September will to ever hold this post In Minne-
sister there and I could visit if necessay at nationwide find the local entertainmentscene sota, Kent, at 33, will be one of
BARBARA BROWNIt with her." hotel and motel chains.He noted Mrs. Willie Bell Cooper of expanded by football.The the youngest members of the
After New York, Barbara HUES & CRIESLEAGUE that SCLC is now organizingnew 1329 N.W. 46th Street passed summer concert series each Governor's executive start
all started when Barbara dreams of international flights breadbasket programs in away on Saturday July 29. She Sunday night in municipal auditorium A former employee of the
came to Miami for an 11-week to places she's only heard or 42 'major cities across the is survived by her husband, continues through Aug. Public Relation Department of
stay a few months ago. She had read about. Actually: being accepted BENEFITPLEASANTVILLE nation Mr. Charles Cooper, a daughter 27 and the Saturday concertsin General Mills, Inc, Kent lives
received her Bachelor of Arts for stewardess training N.Y. <(NPI)-Mr. and Mrs.Sidney Peltier Under the agreement announced Barbara Ann Cooper. Marine stadium through Aug. on Memorial Highway in Minneapolis -
degree from BethuneCookmanand came as a surprise to Barbara."I last week hosted a lush $30 a plate dinner-party for the the new jobs openedto Her remains were shipped to 26. Miami Beach Kennel Club with Is wife Carol and
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was going on to graduate hoped but I wasn't sure Pd benefit of the National Urban League, at their hilltop home. Negroes will Include bell Albany, Cia, for final rites. presents greyhound racing their daughter, Angela.
school In California be accepted," she said. Whitney Young, Jr., NUL executive director, was guest of men, hostesses, reservations n_ __n
"A few of my sorority sisters There are currently some 40 honor at the party, tabbed "An Evening of Elegance." No clerks, food checkers, security
(AKA) were flying with other Negro stewardesses flying with details yet on the proceeds for the league from the 300 guests guards, doormen and on-call ..... Rev. AbrahamLET
airlines and an Eastern recruiter ..Eastern Airlines, which trains attending. waiters The latter positions
had been to BethuneCookman over 2,000stewardos'ieuye. will be filled by Negro college Timothy Downs of 221 N.W.
," Barbara said. "That's: An Eastern spokesman said CONCERT and university students in At- 8th Street died Friday, July
when I first got the flying bug this Is part of the airline's CHICAGO-(NPI)-Duke Ellington and his famous orchestrawere lanta. Previously they were 28, He is survived by two sons, ME PRAY FOR YOU !
.Wltlle I was In Miami the Urban equal opportunity program for In top form for their concert performance at suburban. held by white college students Roosevelt Downs, and Joseph
League sponsored a Job Fair both men and women. Ravlnia last week, with the "Orch' playing many of Its only. Integration of the entire Downs of Los Angeles, Calif.;
There was a booth with appli favorite numbers. As is his custom, Duke featured several hotel staff until now has been a daughter, Estelle Downs, two Whatever Your ProblemI
U l I of his stellar sideman In sparkling solo performances, Including limited. brothers, two Isters, an aunt
The Continental Club Presents I alto star Johnny Hodges and trumpetlst Cootie Wil An official of the hotel told of New York City; six grand-
liams. the SCLC Breadbasket clergymen children. Funeral services I Have The Answer
that he was pleased with were held Saturday, August 5,
S 1 CONTROVERSIAL THEME the agreement and would senda in the Range Funeral Home
NEW YORK-(NPI)-A drama focusing on the problems of record of It to the national Chapel. WHAT GOD HAS DONE
black and white American and with of the most controversialtitles headquarters of the hotel chain,
will open at the Orpheum theater, Sept 12. The title: with Includes 16 large hotels .......
"The Niggerlovers." Vlveca Llndfors and Stacey Keach are and more than 50 other motels FOR OTHERS
the stars. and hotels Eddie Peeples of 143 N.W.
Since Operation Breadbasket! 7th Street died Friday, July
I LIGHT LIGHTHOUSE was founded in Atlanta in 1962, 28, in the Christian Memorial
He'll Do For You
LOS ANGELES-NPI) "Mercy, MercY"I! was the chorus the SCLC program has gainedat Hospital. He is survived by
that rose repeatedly from audiences at the Lighthouse night- least 5,000 new and better two daughters, four sons,seven
1 1Mlarll's club last week, as the Julian "Cannonball" Adderley quintet jobs for Negroes In Atlanta grandchildren, two great LET ME PRAY FOR YOU I
J entertained from the bandstand. "Lighting the scene" with along and stimulated Negro grandchildren, one sister.
*- J their mixture of bard-driving contemporary Jazz and rhythmand business and expanded Negro Funeral. services were con-
blues offerings, were Julian himself; his brother Nat, on employment at SCLC affiliate ducted on Saturday, August 5, Write Today!
trumpet; Joe Zawinul, piano; Roy McCardy, drums, and Lee chapters throughout the in the Greather Bethel AME
No. 1 Soul Orchestra McCann, toss "Cannonball's" current big recorded hit Is South and Chicago Nationwide Church.
"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy." drives for jobs through SCLC's
Breadbasket In the major cities REV. ABRAHAMP.O.

FRANK WILLIAMS & THE ROCKETTES DEBUT NEWARK, N.J.-(NPI)-Carla Thomas, the other half of the are now being organized Beach

Otis Redding-Thomas, "Memphis Sound" duo, is scheduledto Box 1233
Federal
make her New York metropolitan area nightclub debut EmployeesSet
featuringlittle with an engagement at the prestigious "Mr. Wonderful ClubIn
red-hot Newark, N.J., Sept. 24-30. Carla and Otis will Weeks MeetingThe ShortsMIAMI Cincinnati,0kio 45202
also reign as King and Queen of the 37th Annual Bud BiUi-
Beaver I 'Frank Howard
ken Day parade in Chicago, Aug 12. National Executive Board
of the National Alliance of BEACH,Fla.-Sclent-
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News t From TheRattlers' Meharry Gets GrantTo L" Golf. _Friendsbio_ Runs Deep_

Fight Oral Cancer ,"C" I.' \.i- Religion And RaceBY

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School of Dentistry Meharry THANKS

Medical College, has receiveda f LOS ANGELES(NPI) -Taking the pulpit at Community
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-One hundred 1967 spring graduatesof $Z50OOO grant for the VS.,, f ,. .. Presbyterian Church last week In a "thanksgiving"
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predominantly Negro Institutions Public Health Service to establish ,
planning to teach at the i was the Rer. LJC. Kellum, pastor of the predominantly
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elementary and secondary school Oral Cancer Detec--
levels was selected lora an Negro Good Tidings Baptist Church. His sermons of thanks
three-week workshoo to be conducted at Florida A&M tine Center, to be administer FMeY11MY11xti4L were In appreciation for the WO member Community Church's
University from August 6-27, 1937. ed by the school under Dr. u donation of time and money to Improve Good Tidings' facili
FAMU Is one of four predominantly discussions and air lifts. They Rugenla L. Mobley, assistant, I ties so that It could qualify for the Head Start Program.
Negro institutions also had the opportunity to bear dean.It .
cooperating with the Institutefor outstanding guest speakers. has been determined that DESPAIR IS REASON

Services to Education, mouth cancer resulting from, U CHICAGO-(NW)The outbreaks which have occurred In
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cavities killed or mutilated between -
Washington, D.C., in the recent weeks In
conducting many of the cities of the nation were described -
of these workshops.Students 8,000 and 7,000 this year
u being Indicative of the "despair and conviction -
A of health education with 3.3 per cent of 100,000
selected to participate project that In the ghettos there Is nothing of value to be preserved -
will receive stipends of $?i that included practical experiences person dying from the disease ." The explanation was offered by the Rev Joseph
per week during the three weeks for the participants was in Tennessee along, according H. Jackson, president t1st Convention, USA, Inc.
from a grant from BE that is held recently at FAMU. The to Dr. Mobley. The range objective and pastor Olivet Nationalh, during his Sunday morning
divided between the four purpose of the workshop was to of the program at Me- sermon.
participating schools discuss and put to practical harry therefore will be the
Mrs,Johnnie Cue Blake, Assistant use new Ideas and methods for early detection of oral can- WALKOUTCINCINNATMNHMfearly
professor of English at Improving health education In cer and the reduction of the, 20 white parishioners at St.
FAMU will coordinate the the Florida School system. death rate due to disease Martin RC Church last week, walked out on the Rev Hllalre
workshop Mrs. Blake receivedher After an orletatlon program through the application of existing ; Vallquette during his sermon on racial Justice. The walkout
bachelor's degree from Arkansas here at FAMU, workshop knowledge and treatment. FRIENDS Tom Mitchell (right), faced with-a-IOOr layoff from his Gulf station in Pittsburgh came as the 29-year-old clergyman was carrying out Instructions -
AM1N College and her participants returned to their All dentists physicians because of back trouble, called on his friend, Clyde Hughes, who came all the way from Archbishop Karl J. Alter for all priests in
master's from Indiana University. various counties for an on- clinics and hospital will be encouraged from his retirement home In Phoenix, Aria, to help out. Two years ago, Mr. Hughes mad! the diocese to preach on racial Justice and harmony, in line
the-spoet observation of the to participate with the same trip to help Mr. Mitchell, a former employee of his, open the station. with President Johnson' s appeal for a day of prayer as a
The objectives of the program health program In their county free diagnostic service being means of ending racial strife.
are to evaluate and improvethe schools. They will return to made available to them. Com-
oral communicative abilities tie: FAIIU compus for evalu- plete oral examinations will be Stolen MerchandiseReturned
of graduates from pre- ations and conclusions on their given to all persons 35 yearsof Detroit Rioting Argus Builders Stands
dominantly Negro Colleges who experiences. The health work- age and over who are heavy Delgado FoundationGift By Looters
plan to teach, according to Mrs. shop was sponsored by the tobacco users, and to all over '
Blake. Florida State Board of Health, 45 years Baffles Nation DETROIT-There was Ready To Remodel Homes

Continuing, she said: the State Department of Educa- To MorehouseATLANTA one redeeming not in the riot- Argus Builders at 2205 HaInes Street
is
situated
"We also to tion, and FAMU. ing that devastated this on one of
hope create an city: Jacksonville's .
of communication St. Augustine High Scores of riot-area residentswere busy arteries. Argus Is the largest and oldest
awareness ..... remodcler in the Southeastern section of the United States.
the DETROIT-NPI It was (NPI> A $500 calling police to
problems on part of the report Argus Builders has served
prospective teachers whose effectiveness Integrates AthleticsNEW called a race riot, but the check toward the Lovie Jackson that "a funny thing had happened Jacksotwill for over 20 years.
may be jeopardizedby Two 1967 graduates of looters were integrated Delgado Fund goal of $50,000at to them." its officers namely Milton ter Business Bureau. .
such deficiencies and to provide FAMU have been awarded renewable ORLEANS-NPI-The It was dubbed an attack on Morehouse College was pre- They woke up and found tele- Koegler President Eugene Argus Is exclusive sales agent
guides and da vices for con fellowships by the Louisiana High School Athletic the "white Establishment," but sented to the college recently vision sets and new clothing in Mesnick vie-president, flea for Topside the first and largest -
tinued self Improvement. Consortium for Graduate StudyIn Association, heretofore open "Soul Brother" signs failed to by Eddie Billingsley a their houses and said they didn't McMillan treasurer, and Gall producer of home siding
"We will attempt to ensure Business for Negroes. only to white high schools save many a Negro businessman member of the advisory boardof know how it got there. Poss Credit Manager have been in the world. All Topside sidings -
that prospective teachers from Sterling H, Schoen, director, last week voted to admit St. from disaster. the foundation, home-based Police were asked to come with the corporation since It are accepted and guaranteed -
these institutions do not unwillingly Consortium for Graduate Augustine high school local It was proclaimed to be a in Chicago. and get it. origin. by'Good Housekeeping
serve as poor speechand Study in Business: for Negroes Catholic Institution, to mem- "racial revolution", but the The gift was presented to Would arrest result? Police The Salesforce namely Murray Argus Builders Is ready to
language models and we Washington University bership. The association had thousands of homeless Negro President Hugh M. Gloster.and Commissioner Ray Girardin Okay Don Dpfer William Carter serve the people of Jacksonville
hope to evaluate and improve St. Louis Mo., announced been ordered by federal court families were the major vic- brought to $2,500 the total didn't think so Den Spocto. and Abner with Its qualityservlceandpro-
their oral communicative abilities. that Robert Sumbryand last July 6, to da so wlthlng tims. amount donated to the collegeto "Those people were drawn Sherwin are homeowner and ducts, Argus Builders are
.". David N, AddIson would 30 days. What, then, was the summer date for the foundation.The into the looting almost by an
receive stipends of $7,500 per Because the suit was a class madness that wreaked move foundation was founded by Impulse they couln't control.
....... year for two years of graduate suit, it is expected that other havoc since the antiNegroriots Dr. William A. Jackson Chicago ; Looting was the thing to do at
study. Negro schools may also enter of 1963 in Detroit and Heights (111.) physician the moment, and they did it.
The office of Continuing Education Sumbry a native of Cedar- their teams in the state com- New York.A In memory of his sister who Now they are ashamed, and
at Florida A&M University yule, N.J. and an economics petition. The associationhow- Presidential commission was the wife of Charles Del- they want to give the stuff
recently wound Its- major at FAMU, will attend ever, stated that It would attempt headed by Illinois Gov. Otto gado, a member of the. Sena- back."
fifth annual workshop>> in up aero- Indiana University Addlsoo's to repeal the decisionand Kerner was to look Into the galese delegation to the United Girardin didn't see how they
education. The award has been designated for asked that entry of St. riot's causes and come up with Nation .. Mrs. Delgado died of could be arrested. "We can't
space
was a three-week workshop designed the University of Wisconsin. Augustine be deferred until a another study of the urban cancer in 1965 at the age of prove anything," he said, noting -
to program Adllson! Is from New York City decision on the appeal had been rioting that has left the nation 27. that most probably never
provide teachers with
and majored in political science decided. baffled, angry, Indignant A graduate of the University stole anything before in their
and
I aerospace knowledje that would enable experiences while attending FAMU. St. Augustine has already! The Detroit rioting was seen of Illinois she won a Ful- lives.

them to keep abreast of new scheduled five teams with as by some as a general rebellion bright scholarship to the Uni- The police commissioner said
developments In aviation and many white Catholic High over an interracial range versity of Grenoble France, he found no evidence that the
science. Schools for football games this It was said that Detroit may and after her marriage to Del- riot had been stirred by outside -
space IIIp/x,RAttJ xYAM.MxY1YUVW It be a starting point of what has lived
Some of the topics covered fall. has already played gado for several yearsin agitators The outbreaks
during the workshop were against some of these teams. already been intimated- n uprising Dakar, Senegal. Her graduates he said, were fed by furstra- have been with Argus for years.-- mortgage brokers and consolidate -
Nome of the schools has of civil rights and peace of tlons and Is bills of home
principles of public Morehouse a national climate Argus a member of the many owners
I military flying flight weather, civilian and and, I I attempted to enter the white force and a general rebellion of violence Chamber Commerce and Bet to one of minimum monthly i
association.- against the present path of payments
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navigation, principles of rockets '
'society. id; i v4 I.'- .. ..., 1
I the NASA space program, Critics of this view scoffedat
I and aerospace education and Send Everybody Suffers the idea of a "peace rebellion" -
the public school curriculum.
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being accomplished -
Workshop members also George Washingtonto
'through a half mUlion'dollar.
toured John space centers, Includingthe Viet Nam. History Omissions .' damage to propertyand FILTERS
F. KennedySpaceCenter -
the homeless of the rioters'own
,at Cape Kennedy watched oreinern. .
movies, and participate group .
GREENSBORO N. C. One factor in the rioting (.
.
'"Everybody sufbres from the particularly puzzled observers -
disservice in omissions in : cooperation between
American history textbooks" white and Negro looters dur-
said a speaker last week at ing Detroit rampages that were
A&T State University. supposed to express Negro
$1 SALE The speaker was Dr. John grievances against whites GASOLINE
Hope Franklin professor of history "This was no Negro riot,"
and newly appointed chairman a Negro woman who lives in
of the Department of History the riot area said. "It was
at the University of Chi- an "all-of-them riot. They're
cago. He was here as guest putting it on one side, but it's
PBg Ce lecturer ft the ALT State University both sides."
0' O Summer Institute in "There were almost as many
AKjj8 History a program sponsoredby (white looters) as Negroes" ,
the Office of Education, said Mrs Theresee King, a CLEAN .
Washington, D.C. white woman who watched her
"The almost complet and street being turned into a pile .
cruel disregard in history textbooks of rubble
for the part which the Mrs. King saw an integrated
Negro has pined In the development crowd roam up and down the
of this nation," said street, "laughing, talking _
EACH t tA Franklin "has not only beena having a good time."
fULL OO disservice to the Negro child It seemed as though everyone
BUSHEL 3 I but to the white child ss well" was enjoying himself she said. .
He said the Negro student,after Police couldYt win for losing s/ WS NON / 4
studying history through his entire during the outbreaks.
TWO BAMBOO BASKETS school career could com- On the other hand, they were
plete his training believing that as always accused of being
Made of
bamboo
strongly woven with
easy
too rough with the rioters and
his forebears had contributed
to carry handlu. 19damtUr! 15"deep.
nothing to this nation,and whites taking hasty action against a
could grew up with an them.
arrogance confident that only On the other !hand, the weekly '" .
i} .
Michigan Chronicle accused police j
whites had figured in the history -
of this country.Dr. of not moving fast enough. \ lgn1YE0ryyy
Franklin said the supplementary In a banner editorial,the news- ,A
use of exclusive paper charged that the rioting
OARBA0 books on Negro history is no could have been prevented "if j
adequate substitute for an accurate the police had stopped the lootIng ,+..yyiyk
400 C4a history which includesan when it centered on one
Integrated and objective presentation 12th Street block when the mood f
sit of the facts. was allowed to become a Roman 'pVsp

lj Mad. of Polyethylene H e concluded, "The worst holiday.."
assorted colors with accusation which has been According to William Green,
black cover lock-lid official of the
brought against a race people an United Auto-
handles. Sanitary and Is the statement that Negroes mobile Workers Union Local
I easy ODOR to, clean.ANIMAL NOISE and, bad their freedom handed themon 600 at the Ford plant the lot- :I

INSECT PROOF. Will a platter with complete log wouldn't have lasted I Hay m
+ I lock Ught.won't spill. disregard to the fact that more if police had "started shooting.
Easy to cany. than 185,000 troops of color during the first few hours..
rolf ruSllf __ __ __
fought with the Union armies Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., u

a' o0 during the Civil War. failure blamed the rioting on Congress* Trouble-free driving. More miles per fallen. That' better,mileage than seven other leading brands

v poverty to legislation.pass needed His anti-remarks -' whit you get with every tankful of AMOCO.GasoIine. tried. Make your own mileage test with Lead-Free

nYe reflected the views of Every drop is filtered clean with the American AMOCO-the gasoline that has all the trouble taken I

Y What A Buy' most civil rights leaders. FINAL/FILTER to remove harmful particles. And out Before it goes in your tank. "You tipjcj more
Yet, the questions continued recent tests prove that Lead.Free AMOCO produces from American and you gej it!*'"
i\ PLEASEBE to be asked: Just what did the
rioting mean? Was it a fight

between whites and Negroes? "Fill 'er filterecTand out of trouble with the American
B. F. GOODRICH A result of police action, or up stay
Inaction A protest against,
CAREFUL! poverty-In an increasingly affluent
society ? A general
I'' rebellion against the status
1001 VV. ADAMS
Only you quo? HNAL/FILTER

can prevent Everyone has answers. But
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I Will Frazier Be Ready To Meet The Task Of Taking WBA's Tourney Winner ? I



Maridiaal Denies Fraizer Butchers Chuvalo

TfllS N' THAT IN SPORTSThere ,
Mag Article In Impressive Fashion
has been more than player changes made since Lou ,
On Racial PrejudiceSAN Saban took over as Denver's coach and general manager. NEW YORK-Jot Frailer, an up and coming.heavywelgh(
New training facilities have been built, 1100 seats are being boxer from Philadelphia accomplished something that has
FRANCBCO-Juan Marietta added to Bears Stadium and the 1967 edition of the Broncos never been done before when he stopped the rugged Canadian
!, the Giants' great right will be outfitted In new uniforms. George Chuvalo In four rounds In a scheduled rounder In
bander from the Dominican Republic The new uniform Blue helmets with orange and wlte trim;. Madison Square Garden on July 19.
winner of 20-more and blue numbers white trousers that Muhammad All
orange Jersles with white ; Noting Cbuvalo and his remarkable
games four seasons his running, trlmed with orange and blue piping, and blue stockings. had to bury his hands in ice improvement, Frazier needs
has threatened tosee lawyer
after be with the
was through
and of action.
about a story allegedly misquoting Quickie Quote: Dudley Meredith, Buffalo's defensive tackle r } big sprawling face of Chuvalo, polish plenty
him in a recent issue had these few words to say about the guy down the road a d and still the target was only
of the Saturday Evening Post. piece from his ranch In Central Texas, initials LBJ: sightly brusled Frazier dug Bengals Hopeful
Marlchal complains he had "We're good neighbors. We don't rustle from each other." In and took Chuvalo apart piece
a aj
draft before
final
not read the
by piece from the start to the
publication. The story by AI WORD FROM THE TOP: Jim Nance Boston's Player of the finish. Fires .No Hitter
Stump involves the handsome Year and AFL rushing record-holder was asked recently In contrast, Frailer took thq
27-year-old Latin star in racial if he thought he might suffer a letdown this season. His reply "face" apart, splitting like a MONTGOMERY, Ala.- The
Infers
prejudice beliefs : cantaloupe that has been too Detroit Tigers will more than
strongly be does not like Giant "I plan to wlgh 230 opening day because I plan'to go outsidea long In the sun. The cut was likely have to make an openingon
and
Horace
President Stoneham lot more this season, increasing my effectiveness Inside. shaped like a scimitar and It their pitching staff for a
would be happier on his ranchIn Once a man starts thinking Jinx the next thing he's believing went to the bone (later it was youngster named Leslie Cainin
the Dominican than pitchingIn it. So, I'm thinking I'm going to have another good year-and discovered that the bone was the next year or two.
the major leagues.__ that's all there Is to It." broken, requiring surgery),and Cain, a 19-year-old lefthander
the eye seemingly ready to from Richmond, Calif:, who Is
a THE BIG SWITCH: Buffalo Coach Joe Collier has shifted burst was ]just a silt. There constructed more on the order 1
Stew Barber from tackle to guard, filling the hole crewtedby was another cut on the outsideof of a welghtllfter than a pitcher'
Billy Shaw's Injury and given Syracuse rookie Gary his left eye and a gash on fulfilled a dream here July 22
Bugennagen a chance to add to Bills' history by taking over the top of his scalp. He would when he fired no-hitter.
Barber's vacated tackle spot. not be the last of the great
"Bugehagen," says Collier, "is a very strong boy. .-and! he's catchers anymore.In I ,
surprised us with his agility." : the dressing room following
If the 6 foot 2, 250 pound Bugenhagen grabs the spot he the fight ITT Ungtrman
could become the first rookie offensive lineman to start a Chuvalo's manager was say-
regular season game for the Bills since Dave Behrman against Ing, "He didn't take all that
Houston, Sept. 28, 1963. y much punishment he didn't get b

DESIRE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT: Houston defensive end Don hurt"What that the much bell" ya call this/"

Floyd lost most of his wardrobe when his house burned down TILI: ;;! mumbled Chuvalo. 1Us ain't
and the remainder when his car was burglarized, so when DO punishment?"
he Joined the Oilers he was wearing borrowed shorts and tee "Are you going to retire/"'
shirt. But he was ready for work 0 Chuvalo was asked.
"Now," he said, "I'll play my heart out Just for a suit of "No, Georgle's gonna be (.
clothes." around a long time," said Un-
german, who did not get hit L '

Trials For WHC 500 Slated For An{. 19 all night. "Every kid on the I :, .
way up is gonna want a pieceof
Juan Marlchal', WEAVERVILLE, w.c. Arac'e them The Columbia, S.C., ace s Georgle boy. He'll be a ,
"The story," said Marlchal against the clock by has filed an entry for the 500 great opponent for 'em, a great
angrily when he read it and the five fastest. qualifiers on, and will handle a Mercury Cy Do Ton Want Your stars in the and rich trial horse""Dte't
studied it while the Giants were Saturday, August 19, highlightsthe clone prepared by Bud Moore making say that," said Chu '
In Pittsburgh July 18"is........" time trial for the tenth Engineering of Spartanburg, valo.
Realizing that word could not annual Western North Carolina "Please don't say that. I'm \
reach print in a family news, 500 at AsheiUe-WeavervlUe S.C.The present track qualifying FLORIDA STAR X r: Cincinnati reds no trial horse. I'll never be
paper, Marlchal smiled and' Speedway on Sunday, August mark of 88.626 miles per hour a trial horse for anyone.
said, "Maybe you can Just call was set by Darel Dieringer in Surely, In his own mind, Chu
20.The =:---;;: Leslie (..
it muy malo: ll-U-Y M-A-L-O. Is a Bud Moore Comet valo will be i.
no guarantee of the a year Home Delivered? never Just an opponent
"No better you say it Is muy, dirvers who'll make the select ago and Darel went on to (FUYD 'ROIINSON "' Jf Just an Impressive name Hailed by Manager Frank
muy, muy malo""That five, and Its chance to win the rich event. Incidentally to add to the record of some Carswell as one of tin brightest
means," he was asked, win a $500 bonus, but It Is Dieringer's victory marked' crude kid with an empty belly major league prospects in the
"that, it is very very, very fairly! safe to predict that Lee Cal 354-6782 f but he was nothing more than Detroit system,strongman Cain
Coot. On P. 12 Roy Yarbroujft will be one of Coot On P. 11 that for Joe Frazier an uncomplicated "' 'was at his finest as he moved
fighter with the down Montgomery's ardent
proper God and proper thoughts rivals the Birmingham Ath-
a new black hope of the Establishment Itlcs, 2-0, In a Southern League
that embraced Joe game.
Yy Louis and now vellfles Muham In gaining his victory, the 200
MI mad All. Chuvalo relatively pound southpaw beat Bill
Westinghouse harmless and Immobile, was Stafford, a former New'York
designed for Frazier. Yankee.
}y ,Still, Frazier and his manager Relying mainly on his fast ball,
Yancey Durham knew that they the chunky southpaw pitched
JET-X JET would have to do more than club with authority the entire game
SUMMER SALE! George across the distance. and never got In any trouble.
ACTIONCAR Frazier had to disassemble Only four A's reached base,
Chuvalo-who cannot be taken all on walks. One was erasedon
WASH out with a machine pin-as no a double play, the three
one had ever come close ta others were stranded. No Birmingham
SPRAYER HOTTEST PRICES doing before in 62 fights. A1 runner advanced to
spectular victory before New second base. Cain retired the

y' Nrfect for the do-It younelfe r ly York critics would strengthenhis last ten batters to face him.

wash your car, net or MM round already the heavyweight Important division.positionIn He fanned started seven thinking batters."I about. the
IN TOWN"NOT !
Hit IIMIM Free with the YY
purchii* "Frazier is going to setup possbUlty of a no-hitter in the
Cf any WntinhouM.. Appliance. out tonight," said Durham. eighth inning" the usually reserved
Floyd Andrew Robinson 5-9, 170-pounder was obtained in "He's going to do something pitcher said followingthe
YJ A 1: NOT A 14BUT A GIANT 16 Cu. Ft. a trade, December 15, 1966 from Chicago White Sox for for the first time. He's going' feat. "I Just started reachIng -
Jim O'Toole, to stop Chuvalo." back for a little extra trying --
ALL FROST FREE WESTINGHOUSEWASHER The nifty little outfielder got in 22 games in 1960 with the Frazier did step out all right to get everything I had on
e Fully automatic-choice White Sox after coming up from San Diego and batted -right Into corner,it appears the ball.
of water temperature .283 but he was still considered a rookie in 1961 When All was removed from the Cain, who was Jubilant over
w Westinghouse Refrigerator Pre-woshcycto for In 132 games In 1961 for Chicago, Floyd hit eleven homers, picture, Frazier smartly refused the whole thing stopped long
heavily soiled loads drove in 59 runs and batted .310. He tied for the lead (out- to participate in any sort enough to thank teammate, left
Porcilatn enamel l tube filders) in fielding average with .991 in the American League of elimination tournament. fielder Barry Morgan, for
and was selected on Topps Chewing Gums Major League Frazier or rather Durham and making a great catch of a ball
Rugg.dfI.avydutyi7 yy All-Star Rookie team. the syndicate behind Joe, knew tabbed for a hit in the ninth.

In his second full season, 1962 he had a even greater sea that he was the.key figure in
$ son. In 156 games, Robinson hit eleven homers, drove in the division and whoever won QUALITY HOME
;6 109 runs and batted .31% He made six singles in six timesat the tournament would have to
bat on July 22,1962; his double led the A.L. and set a new deal with him. It Is all working WATER SYSTEMSJet
M M LAH2SO
White Sox record; his 109 RBIs was fourth best in the league; out quite nicely except: for OI\e' Pumps &
his 285 total bases was eighth best; his 187 hits 4th highest problem. Who is Frazier goingto
rrrYf a In the league; and he tied for second in the loop with ten fight In the interim? All of Tanks
rr triples.In the contenders are in the
;r t :; WESTINGHOUSE FREEZER REDUCING STOCK
1963 Floyd was In 148 games batted .283 with 13 homers tournament, and there are only
'fr ::7 I IY Familyslie315lb, and 71 RBIs. He followed with .301 in 1964 and had eleven a few names left-like Sonny
ullhf'I I capacity home runs and 59 RBIs; hit .265 and in 1965 with 14 home Listen and Zon Folley.seems
I i ""r iu iurr .,, 55 RBIs and batted .237 In 1966. would risk %
ifr -- Fast freeze shelves. YY runs and unlikely he Disposition TGuF 40
freeze on any shelf He was a standout athlete at San Diego High before graduating against this pair and so he
; 'I Full width door shelves lY in 1954. He was quarterback on the football team and is left with the obscure fighters OFF
i iMln0q for bonus storage his favorite targets were end Art Powell now a pro footballer be fattened up on early in his
Porcelain enamel y' and Deron Johnson, now with the Reds. career. IlIVERVIEWPUMP
Interior Even though he batted .508 for the high school baseball If be does revert to this caliber
: team he was bypassed by a lot of scouts because he was of opposition there Is the & WELL, Int.
only 5-1. and 155 pound and some thought he was too small. possibility that his developmentcould 764.1568.
I' $148 So he took the best offer,five hundred dollars, reportedly, from I be arrested and, despitehis
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I Yanks Recall RoyPraise White From PCI With) Chance To Hold Down Hot Corner




Heaped On Three Gonzalez Swings Hot, :, r. Rrvrrr White Given Second Chance


Athlete Of Color Gridders Get Bat For PhilliesPHILADELPHIAOn

a team With The Falterring YankeesNEW

GREENSBORO, N.CThe Academic Ax that has been struggling all
answer to the question of who season to climb over the .500 YORK-Forced to make a move, the Yankees recalled
was the top college football NASHVILLE With exactly.30 mark and stay In the National Roy White, who was leading the Pacific Coast League ,OJ.
star Jim Brown, Ernie Davis days until the start of 196TS League pennant race despite a In hitting, from the Dodgers' Spokane! Club. He had been ;
or Lloyd Little, Is not available football season drills, Coach succession of injuries Tony sent there as part of the deal last spring whereby the Yanks a
through Ben Schwartswal- John A. Merritt has already Gonzalex has been a pleasant got John Kennedy from the Dodgers. ,

der, head football coach at lost three Tennessee State University uprise. 1 With the recall of White, the
Syracuse University, the man grinders to the acade- The outfielder now in his eighth Yanks had to replace him at
who coached all three to AH- mic according to the most recent season with the Phillies, may Spokane and moved Mike "
American hOllors.Scllnrtzn1der. lost of academic suspen- end up with his highest batting Ferraro from Syracuse (Inter-
a headline lions announced by Dean of average since be came to the national) to the Dodger farm.
lecturer at the AtT State University Admission and Records, Carl major leagues with the Reds in kjint At the same time rlghthanded o
Annual Coaching Clinic Crutchfleld. 1960. The likeable Cuban bat- pitcher Cecil Perkins was returned t
last week,sidestepped the question Nine Athletes in five sports ted over .300 in 1962 and In to the Chiefs, which left .'
with agility equal to that were among the 265 students 1963. ,the Yankees one under the 25-
demonstrated by his three- notified by the admissions office As the major leagues reached'the man player limit
star athletes.He that they babe been suspended All-Star Game break, Gon- White Joined the Yankees in e
did say that most any for at least the fall sales sported a .338 batting Cleveland and Immediately took .
coach would :be happy to havea quarter for low grades. Of the average that was good enough over at third base, which has 9rt
star like them, "once in a 265 one met with indefinite to rank fifth in the National. 'been one of the trouble spots
We time." He added, "I con suspension and one faces a League. ccI 'all season. White had played
alder myself very fortunate In year's.layout for academic fail Despite this, there was no a third in a few exhibition games

having all three of them." ure. great outcry, even from among last spring and looked woefully 1
Another instructor at the Baseball lost Franklin Greene, his most ardent fans, that Tony Inadequate, but the word from
Clinic also had kind words for James E. Carter and M1ckenleyD. deserved a berth on the All the Pacific Coast was that he 1 1

the Negro athlete. Doll Haskins, Chambliss; Basketball had Star squad. For, as every ( had become an adequate third ,
head basketball coach at Texas to drop Donald Ray Moore; Phillies' fan knows, Gonzalez baseman.

t Western University whose Tennis axed Frank Lewis and normally starts games only ____ Unexpectedly, therefore, the
Miners, composed of an all- Men's Track dumped Michael against rlghthanded pitchers. Yankees began looking aheadto
"double" In the league. TIll White Sox sophomore outfielder -
Swift to scholastic failure In wouldn't have Tomtnle Agee collects a trophy
five the Chances are he Whit
Negro starting captured next year while sti trying to Roy
to The Sporting News' .
selection
of his
Gold Glove Awvd symbolic
NCAA basketball title in 1966.. addition to Jbotbain Eddie Bal made the list of the ten lead- receives a out of this to
salvage something has allowed me get my arm jf;
"Race has no place in my den, James E. White and Glenn ing hitters in the league if he 1938 American League All-star fielding team, from Pat Bryan of the Rawlings Sporting board one. It has long been obviousthat primed for that spot," Roy X,
of the
and now chairman:
A.L. ,
At Is Will Harridge, former president
Seabrooks. None Goods Co. right
of the athletes
coaching philosophy, said played every day. the Yankees would be looking added. "I hurt my arm acouple XX
Raskins, "when I put a teamon lost were starters on the five Gonzalez, of course, like any who presented the league's Rookie of the Year Plaque to Agee. for a third baseman but of years ago, and playing the,yf

the floor, I want the best teams in question. ball player with confidence in < _u___ __ "now White has been given an outfield last season didn't help ,,'q
five men I have." Coach Merritt will take the. .his ability would like to play Trials For WNC opportunity to prove they don't But now the arm Is better than K?
Clarence "Blghouse" GaInes, wraps off this season's big more. Earlier In the year, he Africa Basketball Fund Raising 10 need one. It was has ever been. I have K
P. I
head basketball coach at Win- Blue Juggernaut against San asked for a chance to play Cont. From If White, who Is an acknow- had no throwing problems. VA
stonSalem State College, Diego State, September 15 In every day for a month to see Interest Improves Benefit Turned the ninth time in nine runnings ledged good hitter, can do an "I really think I am better
has had dif
that the a
whose team last season breezed California This grid contest what would happen. That didn't race adequate defensive Job at third, hitter now than ever before, gjj
through the regular season pits Associated Press and happen although Manager Gene GREENSBORO: N.C,-Sylvester Out t A FlopMarty ferent winner. Fireball Roberts ,the Yankees will concentrateon The half season in Trlple-A j J
undefeated, to take the CIAA. United Press International's Mauch did start him In couple "Soapy" Adams and Carl, won the opener in 1958, and no other areas during the trading has been a bigh help to me. I \
visitation title, and later cop- 1966 number one and number of games against lefties,batting Hubbard, star basketball play Servo's benefit, former driver has ever been able to period. It Is an unexpected have been hitting the ball harder
ped the NCAA College Division 2 college football teams. him eighth for the first time ers with the ALT State University welterweight champion,dying of repeat. Richard and 'opportunity for Roy to prove and more consistently than ever
Championship, shared the spotlight in his career. Aggies, last week reported cancer, wound up as a com- Dieringer, Petty, himself and he feels confident before and feel that I am really
Jim Paschal the Western
only
are -
in basketball with Has- Nassau Counly that "basketball In plete flop North Carolina 500 winners .that he'll do it. ready this trip to the majors."I .
klns. .Africa Is strong and Improving. Al King, the promoter, along "I had never played third base got off to a good start*
In action and all
Stressing the Importance of Area Set For ." with all of the participants are three are now expected to be in the before last spring,"White said. last season, but when I changed amy
confidence, GaInes said, "The The two are a part of an In pretty bad shape as a results "I felt strange and uncomfortable style and started to string'it
winning team must not only Hunt t SeasonLAKE ,American team touring several from last Friday night's starting Karbrough field is of a 30.great hand at at the position, but after from the heels I ruined my-.
'possess basic skills, but develop j countries in Africa this sum- boxing disappointment.Servo playing it for a half season at self. It wasn't all my fault,t
marks and he
confidence in itself, but CITY The official I mer under the sponsorship of the supposed receplent setting qualifying Spokane I think I can do the however, since I was only trying - holds the world's closed circuit
in the coach's philosophy) on .posting designating portionof Operation Crossroads-Africa. of the funds raised, was caught Job now. It was so different to help the club score some*
.
of set at
record 181.818
how the game should! be played." Nassau County as a wild- In a letter received here last up in the middle of an operation International, ,' from second base, which Is my runs H
Oilier clinicians appearing on life management area has recently week from Adams, then at fie that seemed to have had no Daytona Speed- normal position, that it tooka "Now I'm choking up on the
In Fox blown
been completed by the I of Gamble he sold planning at all. way a Ray Dodge. while for to and'
the three-day program Included Republic rate the Columbia little me get bay, waiting for my pitch
: Earl Lloyd, former star in Game and Fresh Water Fish the American team bad dropped King, whose real name is Al Many ace my feet on the ground. hitting the ball where It is
I the fastest of all stock
I
National Basketball Associationnow Commission, and the new area ATony one contest while winning six- Passamenta, tol d the com- as car "Roy Hartsfleldex-Blg-Time( pitched," White added. .
drivers and he is certain to
a representative with the scheduled to dpen for the james. The teamhadalsovUit- mission at a meeting on last Infielder now managing Spo- As White Joined the club, Tom
and all marksat
Converse Rubber Company; general hunting season,November ed and played InSenegaland m Saturday morning following the challenge any kane) helped me quite a bit. Tresh and Bill Robinson came-*

Henry Bullough, defensive line 11, through January 1, according scheduled also for appearancesin Friday night event that the gross The Ashevllle-WeaverviUe.track has been greatly He showed me some of the tricks off the Injured list This trio
coach, Michigan State Univer- to an announcment made the Cameroons, Chad and the from the fight came to $1,411, In the few about playing the position and I, enabled Houk to Juggle his
sity; Harvey Heartley, Llgon by Major Robert Brassily,north Central Africa Republic $891 being paid at the gate and Improved months, especially those past amenities was catching on. Pm not going lineyp In hopes of adding some
High School, Raleigh, N.C., east regional manager. The Composing the nine-player $520 coming from advance making for to make anyone forget Clete much-needed punch. The first
spectator comfort -
(Basketball), and Simon Ccates, 110,000 acre tract will titled I team, in addition to Adams ticket sales. Boyer, but I won't let them for- night with the new lineup the
the "Nassau Wildlife Manage- and Hubbard Larry "That left me,after paying ex- White hits but could
JC. B Barber High School, are: Track officials expect a crowd- get Roy either. Yankees got 12 ,
New Bern,'N.C., (football), Dr. ment Area",land and includes located between the. Newbold and Luther:Green,both ..penses.or the Coliseum with of close to 15000.. -. "Playing! !third base every}day_ turnjhenvtnto only two June
of
Frank Bassatt! orthopeadlc majority of Long Island University; $43 and I gave that to Kid
surgeon, Duke University Medi- U.S. Highway 17, U.S., "J Aaron Shingler, Howard University Bassey," King said.
Highway 1, the St. Mary's River Clark Sweet Herble Lee and Kid
cal Center, Durham, N.C., discussed ; Sonny Epps,
"Athletic Injuries". and the Duval-Nassau County College; John McConnell, Wes- Bassey H, the main event card ,,

Haskins, Bullough and Carson lines. GonzalezHis lyan University; Steve BooM, ed, were net pleased the way
Bain, mayor of the City A "still hunt" area prohibiting Wooster College and Bill Griffith things turned out either. Lee, with thebuinin
the
of Greensboro, delivered the the use of dogs, will con- average Illustrates how Brooklyn College. Rudy: was In a little better shape than bottle
main addresses at the clincl sume approximately 10,000 well that is, as does a ten- D' Amlco of Brooklyn CollegeIs Bessey in that he had poundedout
of the and will game hitting streak Gonzalez
banquet, held at the Greens- acres new area coach for the team. a unamlous decision over
boro Holiday Inn, South. The be boundarled by the St.Mary's compiled, longest by any member -, The group will return to the Bassey and as a results, was
River on the north, State Road of the Phillies this sea crowned Southern
affair was sponsored by A.G. States in late August. the new
Spauldlng Company. Jackie 115-A on the south and east,and son. The streak reached ten Meanwhile, Cal Irvin, bead Junior Welterweight champion !
Rayonler land on the west. The In a game Just before the All- had been II
Graves, Houston, Texas, representatives basketball coach at ALT State None of the fighters spare
for the firm was entire management area will Star break when Gonzalez came Unimity. last week was appointed paid for their knocks and
host. be opened to bunting during the to the plate as a pinchhitterto to two-Important com- bruises after Friday night
Spring-Gobbler Season March open the tenth inning of a tussles.
Dr. William M. Bell, ALT mittees.
athletic director was director 23 through April 7. game with the Cardinals and Irvin was appointed to the The Boxing Commission votedto
of the Clinic slammed the second pitch Parks and Recreation Com suspend King's license If he
-- thrown by Ron Willis over the' mission of the City of Greens .was unable to pay his bills by
right field wall for a game- boro. The appointment was announced last Tuesday.King told the commission )

AUTO INSURANCE winning homer by Forest L. Camp he would have the
In the PIillUes'clUbhouse after bell, Mayor-Pro-Tem,upon authorization money by last Monday and that
the 4.3 win over the first-place would be
by Carson Bain, everyone paid.
25.00 Down, '9.00 Per Month. Cards, Gonzales was almost a Mayor of the City.

forgetter man as reporters Irvin was also named chairman -
swarmed around Richie Allen, of the Rules Recommen- r. ,

No Interest Or Finance Charges I whose tape-measure home run dation Committee for District WatchThis
in the had
eighth Inning every'one 3. The appointment was an-
oohlng and aahlng. This by Press Maravlch, head basketball Clown aL ?
was on the day after Allen coach at LouislanaState r
: 5R-22 Filings FREE., had been benched by Skipper national chapman;;
University, Every b ttI 01 Collin .
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Calendar Events Marietta! Denies Partnership Discussed

I Civil Rights Roundup

Continued from Page 8 Continued from Page 10 -
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14 TO MEET TRIP MAGNOLIA LAKE bad?" IT'S JEFFERSON HAPPENING CITY-(NPI-Jtegroes and whites have begun
SPONSOREDThe
"Yes," he answered, "but at marrying Missouri in the wake of a ruling by the tat'.
District 14 of Mt. Sinai Baptist -
Church will meet this Sunday Church Good Is Shepherd Baptist )home muy malo sometimes can attorney general, Norman H. Anderson, that the state's mis-
sponsoring a trip unconstitutional. The attorney general
mean something stronger than cegenation laws are
4 In the home of tL
p.m., to
Magnolia Lake
Bro. George Sharps 4636 WrI- on Saturday very bad.' Issued his ruling after the U.S. Supreme Court in Loving vs.
August 19
In 1967. "I never say more than nine, Virginia struck down that state's laws banning Interracial
co Washington
Drive The bus will leave the following deeds in St.Louis and Kansas City
of
said
Heights.All ten things to the writer marriage. The recorders
points; 45th and Moncrief Missouri Commission on Human Rights
of them
members living west of Marichal "and none k have informed the
9 a.m.; Duval and Myrtle Ave, : to Issue license to couples of
Are. B and north of Edgewoodare 9:45 had to do with America Negroes that they have already begun
: ; Court D and Jefferson
to the attorney general's opinion.
asked to be Latin Americans or different races In response
present.
9:30. and from
: Good
Shepherd whites Or nlthlng about havinghad '
Sister Alice Swam Is the pre- at 915.: Pr.L.4
to tear down my greehouse BACK ON AIR
sident and Rev. V.L Thompson
Is the The public Is Invited to go on in San Francisco. I say none NEW CITY, N.'!. -(NPI)- adlo Station WRKL returned to the

pastor. this outing. of these things; I think none of ; \ : air after being burnt to the ground for allowing a Negro militant

** these things." to express his views on a "hot line" program. Alfred Splro

When Juan,out of unfamiliarity owner of the station blamed white racists for destroying the

SILVER SPRINGS TRIP MACEO TEMPLE SLATE with the building regulations of Lk H small station after William Scott head of Rockland County

TO BE SPONSOREDThe THURSDAY MEETING San Francisco neglected to take CORE, expressed militant "black power" opinion on WRKL.

Andrew-Anna Council will Pride of Maceo Temple 186 out a building permit to construct "No one can keep this station off the air," Spiro said.BROTHERS' .

a greenhouse in which _
sponsor a trip toSUver Springs will meet Thursday August 17
he war going to grow flowers KEEPERS
at the usjal
Sunday The August bus ,27, 1967. The Daughter; time. Ruler Mrs. imported from his native land, CHICAGO-((NPI)> This city's resIdents-many of whom have
will make the
Hattie he was ordered to tear It down, roots In Mississippi-have gone all out on behalf of their
I. James
has asked all
following stops Tyler' and
: "because it was obstructing starving brethern in Dixie. Comedian Dick Gregory and boxer
: Kings Road 7 Grothe Daughters to be present at this
a.m.; .. .
to raise for MIss-
the view of some of his neIghbors Muhammad All addressed a rally money
and Blue Sts. 7J5 9th and meeting and all Daughters with
: ; C
called
issippi's people. An organization Operation Opportunity
poor
j Tyler Sts., 7.20; Campeaella the transportation committee The writer wrote of the In- L. was delivering four truckloads of food and clothingto
Dr. 7:30 sheets please be with ::
; Myrtle and 24th St., present
cident "Juan believed the residents of Bolivar, Sunflower Tallahatchle Hinds and
7.43 Myrtle and Kings Road your names to be turned over --- -
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,
8:00; First and Broad Sts., for the drawing. building inspectors were Ernie Banks (right) Chicago Cubs' star first baseman discusses plans for his new Ford Rankin Counties. And the local CORE office was stepping up
against him because he wasa dealership on Chicago's South Side with Robert H. Nelson its Operation Dlnnertable program of sending food to poor
Jr. (Ml his
8:15: and 1011 Monroe St., 830.: According to reports the draw- ) partner In the
Latin-American 'outsider. new venture and W.K. Barclay Ford Division market MississIppIans SNCC and other civil rights groups were
> Tickets can be secured at the Ing will take place during that representation manager. The new
various bus stops. meeting on Thursday.PRAYER Marichal said the writer first firm will be known as Bob Nelson-Ernie: Banks Ford, Inc. aiding CORE In the effort.
approached him lnsprlngtralnIng .
A ** In Arizona and said he UNPREDICTABLE

j BEACH OuTING"SPollSORED BAND wanted to do a piece on him. Former Dealer Clyde Hughes St. Matthews AllIES ATLANTA (NPI)-Fifteen Negroes have been named to local

Stanton Vocational LPN TO SIkNSORAPPRECIATION "I said no, that I wasn't Interested draft boards by C ov. Lester Maddox since be took office in

Alumni is sponsoring a beach TEA ," related Juan. "He Comes Out Of Retirement To Hold Dual Day January his office said. At least 11 are already serving on the

'outing to American Beach Au- mentioned money and I said I boards, It was reported. Maddox's appointments clash with his
The 12th Hour Prayer Band wasn't interested in that either. segregationist past and present. Be once ordered Negroesout
25 at 8 To
gust p.m. Help Former Annual Dual Day will be observed -
The bus will leave from the No. 2 will sponsor an appreciation lie explain to me that that is how EmployeeIt Sunday August 13 of his Atlanta eatery at the point of a gun. Now the unpredictable -
tea Sunday August 13, he makes his living that he hasa Is naming to
;following points: florIda Ave., throughout the day at St. Matt- governor Negroes some key posts
and Union St., and 26th St., at This 4 p.m.tea will be given Innonor family to support. I say I am takes a real friend to travel 2,000 miles and work months hews AME Church with Mrs. with a gusto similar to his former zeal in evicting them.

,and Moncrief. sorry. without pay to help a man operate his business But when It hap Martha Pressley general -
of the Sunbeam Spiritual FEMALE HELP WANTEDPackage
later
singersin he told he
There will also be "Then me twice within two learn bow FOR SALE
a meeting pens years you deep a friendship can chairman and Mrs. Larletha
the Prince Hall 913
Jefferson had to Stoneham and
gone Mr. ,
In the home of Mrs. Betty run. Mobley co-chairman. Store clerk
Sledge, 2648 Begonia Rd., on The St.public Is Invited, Mr. Feeney (vice-president) Clyde E. Hughes, one of the friend," says Mr. Mitchell who Mr. Hugh Randall will serveas Hours 4-12] p.m. Apply wanted.at 1943Kings 765-1187 3 North side lots, 126xSO.
to at- and that they okayed the Interview now Is almost completely recovered -
Thursday August 17. No time tend. Gulf Oil Corporation's leading chairman for the men assisted Rd..
for The writer assured me he In Pa. from his tack trouble.
was given the meeting. dealers the Pittsburgh by Mr. Kenneth Young.
would let me read the story before until he retired nine "When I knew I would be laid
area years The services will begin with
** it was sent to the magazine. up for more than a month, I UNFURN. APT.
ago has made the trip from the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., HELP WANTED
ROYAL COURT 131 Racial DiscriminationIn "The first time I read the Phoenix Ariz., twice to help asked my wife to call Clyde. with Miss Rosa Johnson
,,sjper- of
TO PONSOR TEA story was here in Pittsburgh Gulf Dealer Thomas H.Mitchell He came as quickly as he could Intendent in charge. Teachers West 22nd Street corner NEWS REPORTER
in the magazine and I haven't picked the loose ends and Moncrief Rd. Four rooms and -
up
Top operator of a gasoline station at selected to Louis '
Royal Court 131 will sponsor EmploymentNEW I serve are;Mr. bath. Call 3590106.OENTURES Trainee
the either. don'tcare started
got
he
operating
money as though
Oakwood and Bennett Streets in ;
their 8th anniversary tea Sunday Sumlar Mr. B. Similar Mrs. Must be good In
about the but I do had been
money running the station all
section of Pitts
August 20th 1207 Davis the Homewood Beatrice Evans Mrs. Mae English. Use Type
,
the story. It says so many thingsI the time.
:
ORLEANS-NPI---- burgh. Dean Jackson and Miss Gloria writer. Apply: FLORIDA
St.All Royal Court Lodges and Federal District Judge Fred- ::I didn't say, and Invented so First, in the fill of 1985, Mr.' "When something like this Mobley. Mrs. Myrtis Cobbs will HURT ? STAR, 2323 Moncrief Rd

clubs are invited from 46pm. rick J.R. Heebehasbeenhandeda many things I don't believe. Hughes returned from his retirement happens twice, there really give the lesson review. I

Mrs. Willie J. Stephen is suit charging the Crown I;Like."that obsession and inequality. home to help his friend the aren't any"words to describe Morning worship is scheduled :Ev,'n.vi-("best I*dhindx littlnf tor denture Int. .lori cm.hurt liitlni' K*ri'por CIRCULATION MAN'

chairman assisted by Mrs. Zellerbach Corporation which and former employee start his feeling. to begin at 11 a.m., with Mrs. hit from ptln Makti dtnturti tnl more con
That paragraph read: "In- and Mr. Hughes dismisses his act- r lortiblt.,,oothf lore *urn"iote..h.IsPr.vvt Distribute NewspapersFull
This
Florine M. Flecher. operates four paper mills in business. was unusual Larletha Mobley presiding ,: f *. ,
'I equality seems to be an he. Ions with "the comment, "I'm ind Inlictlon: A K GoM Time or Part Time
months over odor
Bogalusa, La., with racial discrimination the three stayed Mrs. Lydia Hart Sweet will : :
in employment !I obsession with Marichal. He to help-without pay or obligation Just an oddball, a kind of gypsyat introduce the speaker In the I'.'your phirmiclit ora-J J l d '-....:"';::'."" Must have car

practices. The suit was brought J believes that he and the rest of -made It even more so. heart. Tom is a very dear person of Mrs.Minnie L.Smart. Apply:

Phone For Appointment by Robert Hicks, a Bogalusa |the major league Latlns..are But this spring, with Mr. MItchell friend of mine, and I could pro Observations and remarks will FLORIDA STAR

DR. REX SMITH civil rights leader employee 1 victims of subtly functioning facing an operation and a vide him" help he needed badly. follow near the\ close of the 2323 Moncrief Rd.

o f the firm. The suit said I prejudice long hospital stay Mr. Hughes So I did. service. '

900 W. State EL-4-1187 Crown Zellerbach cooperatedwith "That Is Just not so, that I returned again this time for two He smiled. "I had hoped tore- Evening worship set for 7 p.m.,. HELP WANTED NEWS REPORTER

two local unions in promoting 'lislike Mr. Stoneham,"he said. and a half months, until Mr. lad a little too, but I didn't get will be called to order by Rev., MAIDS N. SLEEP-IN Some experienceGood
Office Formerly Occupied by1 racial discrimination. "How crazy you think I aml'uwe Mitchell was able to take over much of a chance. the 79 F.D. Richardson Jr. salaries to $65 fare & rom'j starting salary

Heebe !I everything I have in full-time of the days he spent in Pittsburgh this Rush references,
I Judge said It would be management Guest soloist for the eveningWill Advancement. Group
Dr. Lyncker-Oppoclte Ritz "quite some time" before the 1 baseball to Mr. Stoneham." station again. spring, he woiked 74 of them, be Mr. Maul Lee SniveL I ABLE MAIDS aGENcY, 163 N. Ins.'Apply: FLORIDA

"No one has ever had renterI and mostly from nine a.m. to The ,speaker. Rev. E.S. Tlllman i. ,MAIN FREE PORT. N. Y. STAR, 2323 Moncrief Rd.
midnight. i''lbat'.normalday in
I will be introduced by Mr.
1 the service station business-at! ;Eugene Rose. 'MAIDS FOIL NEW YORK
SHOP AT YOUR HELP WANTED
least for me. Whatever I do, I
: I like to do it wholeheartedly." At the close of the evening UP TO $75 WEEK Female
ALP WAREHOUSE STORE service the chairman will acknowledge TYPIST
J It was back In the early 1930's
when Clyde and Tom first met. visitors and give Top lobs NOWI! Best homes in MUST DO 60 W.P.M. ACCURATELY .

3000 45tb ST. After quitting school in the closing remarks.The P.Y. City New Jersey.Friendly GOOD IN ENGLISH
public has been Invitedto "families. Fare sent, rush references SPELLING.

I PRICES IN THIS AD years eighth grade"kicking and around"spending in a few the attend. MISS DIXIE. FREE AGENCY GIFT Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323
; Moncrief Road
; construction business and in a Jacksonville
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ARE GOOD THROUGHSATURDAY 308 W.40 St. NY.CDept 2lB Florida.
The that job with an oil company in Pittsburgh -
store cares.abouf NBC Game
you he took over a service ISABELLA Of. PARIS .
station and BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS
garage where Tom Continued from Page 10
That's Mel I have the AmazIng '
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K -,. was employed. the and The man born with the gift.
Tom Mitchell to assist his Chicago Minneapolisi superior tonic tablets, pep Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Ma-
i St. Paul aieas only that day. .for all the things: want to do.
had you
parents left Westinghouse
I EXTRA SPECIAL con, Georgia. It is through God
Jim Simpson and Kubek '
Tony Box of 30 $1.00. Satisfaction
Extra Special Assortment High School Pittsburgh before will broadcast the from that I can remove all evil conditions -
game guaranteed Fort '
or Money back.
graduation and was working as
I Jumbo Size Ripened a mechanic,using talent he had big Tiger at Stadium approximately Detroit 2:15:, start-p.m. Men and Women. wish to,know.some questions you may

been developing since he wasa
MORTON FROZEN youngster. When he was 15, an The White Sox, managed by P. 0.,Box 230, Dept. S. DO YOU NEED MONEY?

employer gave him a broken the scrappy Eddie Stanky area IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL

! I CantaloupesL. Cream Pies down Model-T in payment for excellent strong defense pitching and team ability with Cry, Indiana CAN MY HUSBAND TOP?

his services. Tom too it home, DRINKING? '
to bases To bolster
run their
FOR MEN AND
stripped and repaired It, then* hitting they WOMENOF CAN MY LOVE ONES BE HE-
used it to truck rubbish until the recently acquired All AGES 'TURNED?
Ken from
Boyer the Mets and
'14 '. garage position developed. Rocky Colavito from the In- Take NewIMPROVEU
3 890 4 ; 99C Therl friendship developedover dians. TABLETS NATURE They call me the (Rootman}
for
FOR Pies the years until World WarII The Twins boast hitting that tired run But I am only a servant of God.
a strong down feeling that keeps from
Aut anr separated them, Clyde going club led Harmon you Because God is the answer to
by
'enjoying
overseas with the Army engineers life. alTWe's problems. I am the
and Tom held back Killebrew-leading both leagues 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets
by King of all Day Prophets Send
In home runs (32)-cookie $5.00.
second $1.00
poor eyesight remaining in the deposits on for
my special selected Bible
baseman Rod Carew infielder 'c.o.d.'s.
service station business in Pit-
verses. To be readonSPECIALDAYS.
EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE FRESH TENDER SWEET tsburgh. Cesar Tovar, and Tony EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES .

After the war,Clyde was offer- Oliva. Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway: Send self-addressed, stamped

Lii"Pridcs -J GOLDENCORN ed a Gulf station serving Mount Chicago ILL. 60626 envelope and $2.00 for Bible

Lebanon and Castle Shannon APTS. MX RENT verses and spiritual Messages. .

two Pittsburgh suburbs which WE NEED HELP' You will receive Bible verses

Include many families in upper 254 Copeland St. 3 rm D-.pl.: by return mall.

income brackets. He contacted $35.00 mo. Set Your Own Hours Send TO: _

Tom, and together they developed I 415 Dellwood Ave. 5 rm Lower No canvassln.Easily Rev. Roosevelt Franklin
SAVE IBC a thriving trade. I $60.00 mo. 630 Morrow Avenue

lB. BAGSave44C3lb..ai The two prospered together 1646 Illinois ST.. 3 rm Lower earn $2.00 per hourCa1126854041or Macon, Georgia 31301I
4CJc "I never had to ask for a raise," .$50.00 mo. *

10 EARS 590 Tom sail "He paid well for 1233 W. Monroe St. 6 rm Upper Ap- specialize In all case work.

11.45 good work, and created a sense $45.00 mOo Ipointment. Pbonearea cpde gJZ-14- 6475..
Maager'a' of responsibility In hismen. 627 Washington St. 3 rm Upper

Every man stood on his own feet $52.00 mOo '
but every one helped each other SISTER BESSIE

I" ..too." HOUSES FOR SALE FREE CANDLE WITH EVERY READING

EXTRA SPECIAL Extra Special !! 3C( OFF LABELCLORO ''Over the years," Clyedsaid *
"Tom and I built up a mutual :3510. Barnett St.. 3 rm Bung.
She will read your entire life-{>ast,present and
1 feeling of frelndshlp and respect $54.00
mo.
future She asks no questions but will tell you
WHITE BEAUTYShortening He was terlfflc worker',' 1468 Logan St. I S rm House what you want to know giving date and facts of
but above all he was friend. $50.00
my mo.
business love, health and family affairs. Will
This klndshlp developed in POLAND HIGBEE
help you find lost art. TELL you whom you willmarryandwhen.Utheoneyouloveistruewbat
Tom Mitchell the business
philosophies Realtors
l
: of Clyde Hughes that 354-8435 317 W. Forsyth St. to do.to'be successful.Will reunite the separated,
"IPs not much barter to do a lot
locate absent friends and relatives and cause
'1Jut TRANSMISSION
of business than a little, and"Don't MOTOR
,
GAL. happiness between man and wife Make up
do what the other fellow
49 lover's quarrels. Tells,U slctness or bad luck II BBK-fcl Br
49C a PLASTIC 1UG"SUPERRIGHT" does; do something different Complete Repair natural enemlnes evil influence and bad luck. Does not tell

3 LB. CAN Mantir C to please you but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you for

Bivens Specials (.Z CREDIT disappointments in all others I not only read your life like an

open book, but I also help yon out of your TROUBLES. Com t
----- To Render ConcertThe 0*Low Price *Fast Service and see why you are so unhappy when everything seems to g o

Bivens Special'Ensemble Lawn 'Mowers Repaired wrong WHY be sad and downhearted,slckand worried when yon

DUALITY HEAVY WESTERN BEEF and their Instruments of faith can be helped and everything made clear by consulting THE,

.All makes All model, GIFTED MED1UMI Everybody welcome. NOI ANSWERED.
win render a concert Sunday
I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER
August 13, 4 p.m.. Union Community 35 Yrs. .Experience BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on u.s. H, 1/2 mile from
AME Church 715 Eaver
CHUCK IIa. Ave. City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone 679-2250.
ROAST 48 St. RevW. Garage
LB. son McCraji pastor .WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE
The Missionary Society is extending -
a cordial welcome to JOn Fla Ait.: Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
Open daily 8 ..m tolO p.m., Including Sundays
to attend the affair El 4-7455
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