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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 19, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Geneva Collins. Job Drive How Deal CrisIs
COAHOMA COUNTY:, Justice Death Of "Snicker"Ruled
of the Peace, Rev Dan Ferguson. Gives Hop To
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JEFFERSON COUNTY Justice
Negro Youth
of the Peace, Mrs. Martha "Accident"TALLAHASSEESuspiclon PolkOMMThe'
Lee, and Willie ThompsonConstable The Jacksonville Chamber of
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Earlte Lott Sr.; Super= ...- Commerce and tllsl.Deu1ea4- of murder was aroused when it was
visor Sylvester Galnes. 'JOB-XIJS.-.1acbOllYlDt! youths line up to ajply far )Jobs during the current drive to ers answering a call from learned that two Student Non-Violent, Coordinating Committee New Deal Cab Companyand
MARSHAL COUNTY Corner, .open Job opportunities for Negro youth who have been all'toQ.long neglected and deprived. Mayor Hans Tinder began ft members were.. found dead In their. car 11&ClaY countY. Negro cab driver Leroy
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Osborne Bell; Photo by Bob Smith fall steam ahead drive to open Mississippi 'Blrlns. Is being sued by a white,
McEwen Walker; Justice of the ,Job opportunities for unemployed death was drowning. policeman for damages in u* I
Peace James Malone and Robert Negroes. The bodies of George Bas, There Is no railing on the cess of $600 for Injuries be
Jooes. Transfer Deated Negro To CoRtnl Fifjsra In this city where restless Jr., 22, a senior history maJor dlrtroad bridge some tour miles sustained in -an accident last
ADAMS COUNTY, Justice of youth chose to maintain peace at Florida AIM University southeast of town, a West Point May 25. I
the Peace, Rev. W, Scott; Teeth In White School rather than answer the call to and William McFarland, policeman said, "and a lot of The officer, Eugene Skinner
Constable Sandy Nealey. Of Riot rioting and violence there ref 21, of West clot, Mississippi, strangers who don't know that ''cla.ImIlII was "seriously and
WILKINSON COUNTY, Supervisor GAINESVILLE-After several!'' The University of Florida statIstics mains the hope that the cur. were found pinned under the road have done the same thing." permanently Injured In his head,
James JoUlff, Jr. requests for transfer were rejected professor said be understood Svos Newark rent drive to provide a better A SNCC worker who notified neck, back, limbs and throughout -,
Among NegroDemocraticcan-. Councille She, a Negro 1 school officials openly lift for the culturally underprlvlledged Bess fattier said the victims his body. ,
didates seeking victories: In high school teacher, has again 1 said Blye was not being coabaard NEWAHK-$700OiM N damages will continue and hadn't been drinking, wad that Skinner cbargeabewudtlrhiga
run-off elections ares been denied by the school I sbtered because be advocated suit was filed against Newarkpolice not fade out like a smokescreen It didn't look like George bad Police Department car on
CLAIBORNE COUNTY, Sheriff to transfer to ft predominantly, Integration. arrest by last the month cab driver set whose off a after a few days of been driving at a Ugh rate of May 23, at Forsythe and Newman

; Calvin Williams. white secondary school in t, "This has nothing to do with five-day,race riot. John Smith, activity. speed, nor that there were no streets when his car was
.COAHOMA COUNTY,.Super-. '* Gainesville. the' matter'::at-t-hancyH Smith qo-yean drflfed-tae suit .U., ..daJJum.ne JOlt Jaa) ,,AUd mark*Jn the dirt,, ttiwty.staving ._' ,allegedly struckfcy: tlltlCft Dell
visor; R.L. Drew. Without outright 1 saving that told Barnett Federal Court.The soltaccuses .hare been offered to mum oy;;- aim wotsaertog Uso.G.S. Cab.f
COPIAR COUNTY. Supervisor Blye a teacher, at JuL. Me- Barnett said If Us Information of arresting Smith without ed and underemployed Negroes. Beta, Sr., said he burnt The suit filed in Circuit court
; John ItCbase, S! ban t .High School in Alacbua, was correct he felt it ;police beating ands jiwi These Jobs were offered by one asked for an Inquest on his charges the .defendant. cabdriver .
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Slier1f had been bypassed because of "represents a low moral." 'Urn.causes, of Jacksonville's largest emplcyers. -. son's death!, but he understood : Blvlns with "negli1.gence.

; Will T. Turner,Supervisor.; his race, the teacher's lawyer Chairman\ T. E. Simmons McFarlands family fiyf : ."
dandle Raney.WILiWGON told the board several applications quickly moved on to the next According to Tauler's employment -
COUNTY Sheriff .had bee rejected for item on the agenda explaining ,rI"!: committee which Is ,+
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Mon C. Allen, S"",.. of Education "some re&lOll.It mat, "this gets nowhere.., being coordinated by the cham- ty' MII1I. L King Jr. Proposes
; AimJm J.Finch,Supervisor Sellg Goldln asked the boardto ber would Identify the employer II
,Tom Griffin. transfer Blye to Gainesville Whites Cleared bat that the jobe would be
MADISON COUNTY, Sheriff, ward School, Westwood orHlgi handled by the committee. Massive Cmp-Ori By Nogros
Arthur Robinson;' Supervisor, Bishop Junior This continuing cooperation
Robert Chlmuk, Jr., and W.E. Schools.He By Negro JR,. by the Jacksoavllli Business ATLANTA-Au SCLC opened its 10th annual convention,then
Garrett; Constable,Frank Williams called Blye "011I of UN community II very heartening GEORGE C. BESS JR. was a pr.trom Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr., to consider ft I
Circuit Clerk, Fred most competent Negro teacberi BALTIMORE Two outspoken particularly in light of the fact massive.camp-out by Neg es in Washington.
Singleton. in the county." segregationists arrested at, a w that these Jobs will be for unskilled overturned car' a Triump con- said
MARSHALL COUNTY, Sheriff According to reports the board rally was cleared by t Negro' 1 and semi-skilled vertlbel with Florkft plates King at a news conference "Our real problem Is that
after t W. Velandor Bess, who had been working "1 think we've got to Wen is the
Robinsoo.JEFFERSONDAY rejected Wye's request a Municipal Court Judge recent- people Ashley no disposition by
COUNTY legal ruling the request bad to president of the JacksonvilleArea 'with SNCC In northeast Miss da something before Congress administration or Congress to
Constable, David Hall; Justice come from a principal to the Police said the men were arrested Chamber of Commerce I issippi's Clay County for the adjourns." seek fundamental remedies beyond
of the Peace, Victor HalL school superintendent.The at Patterson Park,scene said. :put throe weeks, was driving King said he has in mind police measures" said
The passage of the Voting board was reminded that of racialdistnbanceslast "Person selected for the 100 i the car when it apparently taking people from Mississippi! King who gave Us views on
Rights Act in 1965 by the Democratic a federal court order from the mer, after someone In the crowd Jobs o/tered this week win be plunged off a narrow bridge and camping! la the capital and causes of urban riots.
Administration under the UJ5. District Judge RarroldCaswen used the word "nigger" JOHHIMfTHSmith notified to report to work by into the creek, police said. -refusing to,.,move 4-"-or eat until.. "'Ibt tragic truth is that Congress -
leadership of President Johnson In Tallahassee appliedto Judge Harry A. Cole, who was has beenudktedfor telephone and telegraph. Many "It was Just" anaccldenLtbaf Sheriff. i i- more than the American
the door for Negroes teacher well of the will be created when all 4t was, said Joe Is '
opened u u pupil appointed May, ruled that the sault and battery upon the two Jobs people, now rnmingwildwithracism
register and vote freely In desegregation. police did.not have the right to officers and Is high school and college students Strickland, who emphasised that ," he said
''Mississppl. When President School Board Attorney Winston arrest .Cherles Lutbardt, 59, arresting with three traffic violate return to their classes," there was no sign of foul play "Any Congress that turns down
Johnson signed the act only 28, Arnow said he felt the or Robert Rubnsto, 44, on charged a company spokesman said.' and that the apparent cause of J rent supplements, votes down,
000 Negroes were registered. school system had been"1OID8- charges of disorderly conduct latioos Including driving with Mayor Tinder called the ..m.ploJer' gat control bills and proves
, It Is estimated that over what in the forefront" meet- and Interfering with police. Us license, revoked. Job offers a "snot In First) Interracial 1 therefore It Is more anti-Nego
200,000 Negroes In Mississippi In federal school rulings of 4he Lutbardt Is chairman of the Smith's arrest on July 12 by the arm to this very Important I than anti-rat, must take fie .
:were registered and most of UBEupreme Court and would :Fighting American National- Vito Pontrelll and community endeavor." He add. Wedding In VirginiaNORFOLK I sponsMlty for much of the'outbursts.
them went to the polls. continue to do so. ''Ists. Robnsto Is head of the patrolmen John DeSlmone sparked five ed that he and Verlander hope ."
Arnow said the school board Catholic Anti-Communist days of rioting that left 27 "that other Jacksonville tons va/* -The Supreme King said civil disobedience
Negro Cloud did not have the power to comply mittee. dead and damages upwards of win see fit to make Jobs iraO- Court decision June 12,declared (offers an alternative to rioting.
with the request, which be Cole said the situation Aac.G nine million dollars. able to our committee for these the 1924 Virginia forbidding.I "I t Is necessary to adult eMl
explained bad to be Initiated did not "entitle the police Besides the two officers, the many people who sincerely are Interracial marriages totaled, (disobedience otters in atterna-
Of Ctargos.GAINESVILLE by a principal to the school Interested la permanent om- the to rioting. "It Is
Kif o to deny Charles Luthardt the suit also names U defendants and Implicitly struck down necessary
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superintendent. right to make a speech because Police Director DomlnlckSplna ployment. similar laws In IS other states disobedience." King said this
-Robert Head, Board MemberDaleSmlthsald at the time of Us arrest be bad and Police Chief Oliver Kelly "A I11cat1oD are running five paved the way for a white woman REV MARTIN LUTHER KNQ< ,tactic can be more effective
19-yetfrs-old, of Gainesvillewas that 'In Us nine years on the done nothing to Incite the The suit asks 3200,000 compensatory to om In rfiyffo igtitp to Jobs and Negro man to get married action Is taken to alleviate slum than a riot.School .
freed of charges aftef the board no transfer actions for crowd." damages for "great available'," Tauler said. "We last Saturday. conditions and economic deprivation boycotts in the North
victim of rape could not make teachers had evcrbeeninltiated' bodily pain and Injury and mea- call on the entire businesscommenity Leona Eve Boyd, 24, and Roimans of Negroes. he said, could be developed
positive ldeut1 catlce. by the board.' Negro Pnilinlbropijl: bl anguish" and loss of work to make every effortto Howard Johnson. 29 were He said the demonstrationwould "as weekly events at the same'
:A young white student nurse A member of the audience, suffered by Smith, along with make Jobs available and too wed In Kingdom Hall Church be similar to the Bonus time that mass IWU are developed -
was raped here In March, after Dr. Frederick Barnett, spoke .. j$500,000 I in punitive damages. contact the (Jacksonville Area) of Jehovah's Witnesses by EIder Erpendltlonary Force, an"army" Inside and at the gates,
.she was abducted from the parkIng on hjebalf of Blye.Kev. POI lies 3rd In his law nit, Smith claims Chamber of Commerce." Willie Joyner, In what Is of World War I veterans ,of factories for job"
lot of Alachua General Hospital Baildinj 1,tilt two patrolmen arrested Mm The committee operating fromheadquarters believed to be Virginia's first who marched on Washington At the same time thousands
and forced todrtvehercar Cbarfes'Kina James Z -Won without cause and beat him with at the chamber! Interracial wedding since the In 1932 In an onsecceis- I lulu unemployed youth might camp
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i ito a wooded area south of Postmaster -i their fists and nightsticks.The building at lOt Hogan St, processed U.S.Supreme" Court's decision. ful attempt to force payment Washington, King said.
Lincoln; High School. Named To. BoardThe 'man, president of GJEO, two patrolmen said Smith well over 600 applications After brief reception they left /of an Immediate bonus. This tactic would not alienate ',
Head,' was arrested Jacksonville handled the formal signing of was H'C'HPC their patrol car Tuesday and received for a honeymoon at aa nndlslced According to King SCLC exI *- white supporters but wonld
August 7 and was beld World University Round- the latest lease from Miss and then became abusive and more than 1,000 applications : location. I cuttve staff members win meet mean renewed Involvement by
In Alachua County Jail without, table (WUH) named Rev. Earth M"" White welt a Nero attacked them when he was from Negroes seeking Jobs onMonday. within the next three weeks to whites la the Negro struggle: '
bond nttl his release on last Charles C. King vice-president woman who Is known in stopped. They dented beating Louisiana First "(map a program. he said.
to Police' directors at Us Jacksonville for her donationof The committee has more than
Monday. According of the board of Smith with fists or nightsticks.'The .
Capt. R. T. Angel, charges ,annual conference to Washing buildings. ; suit charges Spins and 300 Jobs to be filled-cot '
The structure at 1449 Mimor Legal Mixed !
Head counting the 100 for the employer ferriage Civil
against was dropped after ton, D.C. Kelley with negligence "in that Rights
the rape victim: could not make The newly appointed bardmember St., will be used u ,a teenage they failed to properly train announced on Tuesday. Roundup
a positive Identification. Head Is the assistant director center for United Bloc 'aDd supervise the membersof While most of the Jobs which LAFAYETTE, 1&-11 what
said be was In Jacksonville: at. of the Eastside Neighborhood Club workers, a youth group the police depurtment." have been listed by employers was believed tobe the first legal
the time of the assailt Center, a component of active In anti-poverty affairs. can for unskilled labor, acorn.mlttee Interracial marriage performed By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
The girl had described her .Greater Jacksonville Economic Miss White, who engineered PLAN spokesman said Tuesday in Louisiana, a Negro "COOL"' CHARGECIRCAGOQNPQA
.. construction of the ultramodern FHEST that seai- Wed and man and .a white! man.was.
.uant u a young Negro Opportunity, Inc. VBTA volunteer has been fined $00
and said he was armed with Rev. King, whoservedas i new nursing home that WASNGTON--) -Agrl-' stilled employment opportunities : married there last Sunday.: 'for In southside disturbance. But Magistrate
bears her participating a
a plstor and a knife. He left ter of ceremonies at the WUR Road name at 5377 Moncrief culture Secretary Orville L. are increasing.. John Zippert, 21, a whW'clvflrights James Bailey, finding that Andrew Dawson, 20, was trying
earlier donated a Carol Ann
the car on foot after the as banquet, also was named to Freeman has com up with a Mayor Tauler said the lines, worker, and "cool" of mob action i I I
to potential riots, dropped a charge
for
sault she said her to division. building a day care center at' times three blocks lone Prejean, 23, a Megroexchuged
telling organize a youth 534S Moncrtef Road plaa to keep Negroes from against him. The magistrate commented that Dawson was,
'wait 10 minutes before leer..BLUt According to Rev. King, the lat and poarlag Into big cities putting were Indicative ct the need vows in the old, white trame It. The fined for disorderly
( care center "trying to help out city. Negro youth
S ing. organisation embarces 60 MrUOQI hlMDther oni 10,000 of them to work in DMnation's sad desire of eeldeotstowork. Paul's Raman Catholic Church .
with work
i conduct and Interfering police, helps pap
.....*. md rfinfnin secretar forests. "There's thai Be said, "n.. ipplkationstn In the town's Negro district.
;YOUR NO'J1C- Us Day care Is the federally- About 600 persons, all tat In constructive programs.
lab OB all the continents. much work stockpiled at this only an opportunity of employment I
To TheFLORIDA to develop funded project for keeping S !i Idiot 15 of them Negroes watched I
Is ; a guarantee/
primary purpose and 4 year-olds while i i very moment, said Freeman, FIRST TIMEHONOLULUNPRThe:
STAR taternatlonal mctite&n of parents Both TaaiUr and Vwlander the ceremanylosldeaadaoother
aa 'who believes that> iWpJq..0uJ4IICOarIp American Bar Association, tor the
jtttS Metcrtetjtoid.JackjonvflleFla .learning to prepare students wort or. train to become ..mplopUe. : migrant Negroes to61JiIt tare stressed the wad "op- 150 waited outside. Police patrolled first time has endorsed pending civil rights teglslitioa. At' I
.:, I220H fcr ...service careers. ,. t.t thcoiy; )orbmdty" n their remarks the area in cruisers Its 90ih Annual Convention; .. ,.' J :
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',, This summer's racial violence bas caused a crisis *lead-
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A, Justify resistance to necessary social changes. But this leads'''

tQ ,1 danlerOlll polutsatI i1.od attitudes whfch could lead to'

:M EMBER 'more violence.

.' Metro leadership! has lived up to Its responsibility by,
speaking out against riots and by proposing
M&<.GRO P' ONA1rERIC rational programs to end their causes. Now '

41/ HELP it Is time for white leadership! to speak
out and condemn the backlasbers and start
I. 'doing something to end the ghetto's problems,n :

L c1:: Churches, liberal orpn1D oD1, p idol>|
ElitarIILDA I
I. SIMPSIN'--rMtiilbl clubs, business and labor Interracial hue ,
man relations groups, all have to speak oat sto W
r pin the initiative from the backlashers. They have been
Circilitiu(
V0IUN Uniir
-- silent for too long.

There ere signs that some leaders realise the urgency"of ''
the situation and are willing to Join with others to form',

2323 1 Sfiieriif ,Rill Puss Elfii 4-6712 ..... the coalition so desperately needed if ju:! country is to have,
... "':f..;Jt 1.j peace and progress. I took part in a recent meeting td
Mantas AUnss. .\ 1f form Just such a croup.
'
'; >t t : 1! It is called the Urban Coalition, and our first meeting In. "
.
; ti
538 ', ,. eluded leaders of business, labor, religion, city
,.1. in hchinillt. Funds 32211 \;-': =i ': '' : t.i !.,1, J! mayors'and
civil rights groups. Out of this meeting came proposals;
oJ
't" .for'a n emergency work program to provide jobs and train.

MIAMI. IFJICE' :\ lug for the unemployed, the establishment of Job centers in",
cities, and the commitment of private Industry to take air
5611 NV nth AM. Phut 751-317 steps necessary to insure full employment.
This last Itme Is especially significant because business
\
SUBSCRIPTION RATES has not acne enough to provide the Jobs and training Deeded;,
Negro' workers are unemployed at a rate more than twice
One Tear 8.00 Half Tear. $4.00 that for white workers and Negro family Income is $3,000

Mailed to YOU. Anywhere In the United State less per year than for white families. Something has to be

Subscription payable In advance .4J done about this-flow. :,
''ft Send Check or Money Order 'to: Many business leaders understand thaty they hare a tremendous -.

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 stake In urban peace and some of them realize,
Jacksonville 1 Florida. gj they can't afford to continue old ways of doing'tbinp. But
the real test will come at the local level. Businessmen and

wr community leaders are going to have to come forward with,,

vigorous support for radical: changes.

---- --- --_. That Is way various local Urban Coalitions are now being"'
Ilf.so'' llettl ,. I'I formed. In New York, for example, Mayor Lindsay, who

was at our Urban Coalition meeting, has set up a New York

Twenty years ago as anniversary articles Coalition of local leadership to attack ghetto problems.

recall a French ship exploded causingAmerica's .1 I YOUR Weekly I Other cities and regions will do the sante. .
I. This month will be spent organizing these groups. On Au- '
greatest peacetime fire gust 24, we will meet again In Washington, D.C. At this
disaster at Texas City. Hospitals and meeting 1,000 community leaders representing the regional

community blood banks in many states I coalitions will formulate action programs to be taken to

rushed blood and plasma to the 3000 I ; cure Joblessness and a host of other social Ills. '
Horoscope Guide I The Urban Coalition could be the most exciting new development
injured. As an example of how good can in
a long time. But only If Its members are sincere -
sometimes result from ill, the ..institutions I in pushing for radical: change. The time Is long past
>
kf=**
insolve4 later organizedthe :**** I for mere lip service: to the Ideals of equality. Responsible

American Association of Blood Banks I I By PABLO The ASTROLOGER leaders and established organizations must be given the'

'with a view toward being better preparedfor I I resources to adequately deal with ghetto problem. Negro
citizens ere tired of
being promised Jobs and not getting
any future disasters. The Association : them, they have been lied to once too often.
I II II
which now has 4,025 members in the ,WHICH ARE YOUR, LUCKY DAYS FOR II The business and civic leaders now forming such coal
50 states and 25 foreign count ires. lions in their communities will have to deliver on their

maintains in Chicago a central file of I promises. This coalition will have to create Jobs and
IPUSINESS I
strengthen the economic life of the ghetto. It will hare to ,
blood donors. This file has saved I
rare | LOVE TRAVEL I IL end racial barriers In housing health and education. These
-
the lives of many Americans and 111 I can't be temporary steps to stave off a riot; they must be

patients in other countries by findingrare ._____ iMIES ________________________J steps which get at the heart of the problems caused by racism.
---------------------------- :--------- and solve them '
matching blood when needed.It permanently.
bas e system regional laboratoriesfor CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN We really have little choice. This country can take the highroad '
to social progress and equality by a strong commitment
ideutifying rare blood types. It BORN IUICHUt.APRll BORN JUKE IORN SEPT. BORN DEC. to far-reaching programs to create Jobs and better living
has established standards for blood banks
conditions for the urban poor or It can take the low road
and a Voluntary inspection ,and accredi- 19th. JULY 22ndDon't 23ri. OCT. 23rd 22H IAN. 1911 to social disaster and violence by letting the backlashers'
has 22i. ICs DOY'or never. The grand speak for It and allowing hello
tation system.- 'Most important; it., '" conditions to worsen. We
Just bgoed.Therein 'Everything !Is much'tlucame
enough
pretty climax has been have to take
natlonal'clearinghouse system'for let go. this could M the reserved for that high road.
'organized a natural '
pitfalls alone the :
way most 'difficult salt was durlnc'the previous this quarter. This means that
quarter of the
the exchange of blood and blood without digging any during this month when one risks wealen- quarter only more so. defenses should be menned at There
credits in which the Red Cross coo rates. rather uncertain third quarter. inc altogether and giving up to People may be more Insistentand full strength and all that is Is A Reason

This permits blood given oocally to be Co somewhere tempatatloncon- the winds at chance. Unconventional almost froce unwise monetary held valuable place In absolute
not possibly follow, if It can be commitments. When this safe keeping. Take any Federal aid to education has been growing
in distant pursuits would entrain
credited to a patient a city '
medical done, to avoid the scenes or (emotional scenes and Instabi happens, tr and develop a resistance warning that one had previously by leaps and*bounds- -currently the total"is
and enables thousands to save on hazards
that to abound
seem lity. In other Instances these of steel so ss to.re. received seriously, and over $2 billion a year in direct*
expenses. la habitual vlcnity.: Should you :could Involve considerable main clear of the dangers that utilized this one favorable day
moaetaryIoa06th,18th19thandZ2-
But before blood can be used or.rushed treatise that this Is the best are Indicated 06th 18th, 19th doing what is required to Issure support of higher education plus another
course to select, get moving and 22nd.A If several friendsare oneself billion and one half for applied research
somewhere somebody must give it. If Dd). Relationships with key associates aganist lossdamage or
fast on the 17th. This Is about urging certain decisions, theft. The and development at educational insti-
between and 59 and in good may also suffer because rumblings are getting -
you are 18 the only day right now that of their own sense of loyalty the only true ally may be the louder and they will slow- tutions and loans to students and to,,,,
health can give a pint of blood may be termed fairly favorable
you and conventional behavior the one who is talking on the until they reach their crescen- build ?
out I regularly at your blood bank or collection Cancerlans who are 17th and 20th. Toe remaining
lag the advantage of engaged boo nios. who are on the highways asked why should private corporations
center. Your donation of blood may help secrecyon in trade or other profitable days are far to o uncertain to
life--possibly own. one's side. Any form dspeculation enterprises should find that take any unnecessary chances. or In exposed places' .cor1; ; inue to give in support of education
save a your appears to have littleto should allow for sudden and severe -
offer besides losses that the days when the profits will 5 20 -i3 18 ISis storms. It's always good when government provides billions.

could run Into the higher figures. be highest may be the 07th- SCORPIO to have a refuge handy la such The head of a leading U. S. oil corporation -
lie Practice Of Law lath). In any case, the use of cases. Avoid lending and borrowing that has been a substantial contributor -
caution and restraint Till
6 -22-17-468 work under any terms. to education
to the advantage of most lunar BORN OCT. tells why he believesit
Beginning with the, common law down to 1-70-88-13-927 is important for private companies to.

the complex statutes that govern qodern TAURUS 'people.q .60.44 15'- 644LEO' 24th NOV. 22i.' continue educational grants: 'freedom to

society people have been inculcated with BORN APRIL Seek a protector..Someone wlxf AQUARIUS p u'r"s ii e Independent lines of in-:

the belief that government by law and not wields great influence couldact BORN JAN., quiry..tends to become progressively
by is the best guarantee'of individual 'aganist u well u for one.This limited ,
men 2ltk MAT 20tb BORN JULY by devotion of people and facili
ould to
depend, a great extent -
11th
FEB.
freedom and security. History has .20th ties to federal
Friction rlses.TMs could be on bow tactful and foresighted programs..one of the
borne out this belief. Yet the administration about the most difficult quar .2JrMU6.. 22U one had been in earning If s a hot time'. If s not only objectives which has figured prominently:

of the law is today. up against ter of the month when caution Don't press luck Jupiter in this person's friendship the beat and the humidity at in our thinking has been to"" try to use
critical problems. may be flung to the winds and the solar siring house deemed support. The days when it Is that may keep tempers this the the funds available for educational giving
,frdHng point during especially
'recriminations fired from both to be most circumspect
-
a very lucky omen, But right .necessary in
a manner which
Courts Allies will
are overcrowded and difficult period. help to
questions preserveour
are sides. If a showdown Is want now it could be a doubled1J09Gf111f.mak1nCOlllI088- and to guard to aganist .
:
being raised as to the ed of be u well u rivals may not be outstanding independent colleges and
, standards ethics be fairly sure ot getting any slips Judgement may ;
and competence of lawyers. The Christian It between 16th and 19th. The 'u well a s win, accorlng to' on the Km, 18th, 19th and toned disposed make to concessions be friendly for or the to universities. .Tile nation owes a very'"?

Scfence Monitor recently devoted a seriesof time when reason and Justice which of the side tarns up. Scorpios may receive favorable sake o any f peace and understand great debt to private institutions for J

articles to a discussion could prevaiLmay fan late on Best days for pin are the consideration only on 17th. The chance to the contributions they have .
pf the legal ing. only ease made
the 17th. the farseeing should While this does not give much
.17th early 19th and 20th. The
relations that under strain particularly through their
profession by one of its staff are leadership in J
corres- quickly take a advantage of It 'contrary ones may be the 16th of a choice It is better that
pondents. in one of these features it so U not to create a situation 18th, late 19th and 22nd. When nothing. You must be very care- may come 'up late on the 17th. establishing standards of scholarship ;
Watch for It and do what Is '
noted that "At last leading lawyersare that may be tve beginning one may be free tomake choice zul about what Is said and done, possible if in research and in the.training of ;
even prospects:
of life-long regrets ((20th-22nd) be when overworked or excessive teachers." '
talking openly--at least within or she can pick the right
their pear hopeless. Any lessening
Selfish motivations either fatigued. These are moments
on and '
own ranks--about wrong moment accordingly ot tension should An Independent educational system is
the bitter complaints bedonbtywel-; a :
'or both sides shoudl be cast Relations on the domestic front whim most mishaps occur. Be
aimed at their ;come during the confusion and; primary bulwark'of :freedom. No system;
profession. These complaints out.. u well u those of public nature suspicious of so-called monemak1DIICDem..IDC1IDYts1JP,-
Justified and unjustified, have 9-60-66-14-498, will have to be harmonl- provocative,18th-2Zad. can be independent if wholly. supported by 3
'
grave zed in any posslnle. all offers carefully\ bettor to 8-90-55-18-526 government. {
consequences for the reason that way They eUn
the layman's respect for the law can be GEMINI are too Important to overlook be\sure 2.90.55.17.391SISITTARIOST than sorry. :
I ) Excellent
shattered by an unscrupulous lawyer who TORN lAY 590J1M125VIRGO .. ; PISCES Parliineitiry lit)

is supposed to represent the law. 21st DINE 21st BORN FEB. In the'recent isreal crisis we have
Surveys have shown there
is
Justification JUliO"
Proceed with Wbeauere 'witnessed the deliberations of the United)
for public mistrust of the care IORN AUG.. lath MAR. 20thit
conduct of
the Nations
are two heads listening to propositions 23rd DEC. 21st Security Council during<< which):
members of the
fore it legal profession. There or tryiugtosolvepro* 23ri SEPT. 22il' Remain sheltered. This Is undoubtedly could! be a mlrase. We all excellent parliamentary procedure has been;'
is
encouraging to note that Hems, the chances at practiced. Without
a coming 'toe can't have bcthiben.an.two the most difficult period know that strange communities f doubt the President
committee of the American Bar Association np with a solution are twice U contracdlctry: forces tag- of the.month U 'las u generally appear far more attractive 'of the Council and also the members'know?

is refraining the cannons of ethics that promising. Cemlnians have a gang at Virgos, and making it vying to keep things under cover than the one in whichwe the parliamentary rules and can use them?

govern the practice of law and that in tendency to make snap lodge difficult to decide which is theme Is concerned. The cooIeqUeDCtlofaJlClUdedactlODl have lived and worked for effectivelY without confusion.

the opinion of 'the president of American mints whfch win complicate rather to which one should respond a long time. Bat Is It really This example should Impress the memberstof
thorn
Bar Association, .most settle matters. of anyImportance ; 06th). It stands to reason that :may lie behind any emotional |*o? That Is the question Pis our,local clubs as to how important It)S Sis
lawyers want (6th) The value of
'a 'unreacsls that could reach
:'yen cannot follow both and thatIt the clans have ask themselves be- to know
vigorous, disciplinary program. The having a strong associateta, lore parliamentary procedure ands
Is'necessary tomake a clear boVlng point 06th 18th IWbJ exchaaglnf comparative then it
use without
lawyers have a heavy responsibility to back one DP and to keep one from, choice, even If It should tarn Harbor no Illusions for for the .security ClCCupat1 all,and do errors. making innumerable !

help maintain public confidence in the plunging into nouble Is veryevident oat to be the wrong cue Intuition world Is real and the persons medically, for what may turn The ;
concept of on the nth. From this U well u logic hue the 'in It often envious or downright, 'out ta.be simple an unrealizable trouble with many clubs college!
government by law
instead of day until the end of the quarter but chance of coming to one's 'wicked. Don't expect any compassion dream 06th, 18th utd22adf'] organizations being no exception to the >

oen.. w Jt Issues teems better to straddle an'' aid co the nth 18th. It appears from those whom yon !jThe one who Is most Interested t tin rule is that they don't read to, learn-

adhere,to avoid confroveritasandthat more to prudent to lie low;' may, at one time another, haveotfendud the matter should play the parliamentary procedure. As a result.,
;FOREST FIRESRURTO11R FOREST FRIENDS Isdure work and living habits to keep own counsels and to : or otherwise antagoni {decisive role In any discussion there is too much guess work in the
safety to coworkers,, refrain from making remarks led Sagtitarlans who can do a- that have to take place in connection cedings. The results proof
then become
Always hold matches till cold. Be sure to drown'.all as well U.It.. There Is not; *
'or statements that others could waymay find it quite without with the future and one** confusion and chaos.
Campfires, stir the ashes, and drown them mica to recommend travel mot: else oB to bald op some kind leaving with out any word u place in It. Hasty actions coin Finally note the %
changes that are drastic at mis. ,of trimpedup |to where they may be readily draw problems. of major pro-t "courtesy" of the >
charge aganist a
again. Crush all smokes dead done Speakers. For '
out3'lesae example
present 1lr. President <
'nersco 0918-2200. found. Depart Wth,20th. portions oo the 12nd.]
,
>> I Only ypy pie prevent forest fires I-40-fl-17-477 ?, may I reply to the distinguished --- -#
1-20-66-13-327 3-50-77-19-291: 7-10-99-U-634 :::"sentative of Egypt, etc." g

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WEDDING f CAl NDARj. J Jai .CoSllellloPs Wia Lard Angela Mitchell

I t I I 1 1 I l' i 1. t a.I. __ J' ,11I,1. 1. j'. Ii 4. mis i I "
EVENTSThe f H if f i ji To Wed'
to ,
:' Jerry Lee -------_ !! /

n'.',; .ell St., 21 Gregory ud Bertha, 3Z5Roa.Lee D aeODlII boarcIl Ii Firs! i Sepfembei 9bThe | :. ,
Cornlth Baptist Church wW lit
Raines, 3227 Rosselle St, 18. selling dlmer August 20th ft engagement and approaching .I, NEW CLUB FORCM'67, GATtWAY' CIVIC CLUB 1 ,
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1t.: marriage of Angela RECENTLY ORGANIZED (MONTHLY MEETiET
the home of Mrs. Mary Sinter r
..Root Watson 15S7 w. 26th Horrkine Mitchell, to Eugene:
: St.:. 28 and Rose Marie BenJtm1D on West 36th Street. j >t'Alonio Hgder of New York.has!I The NeVllub FornmTT or- The pateway Civic and Saving' I

1259 W. 27th St, 23. **** I b>eh announced by tau bride 5'" 'd flanmembraaiDd open for I Club will hold their monthly
j. mother. meeting Angus! 28 at 8 pjn,
meter Fred Dlxon, 162 W. The Deaconess Board 1 and I Miss Mitchell is the daughter In order to expand and enrichthe in the borne of Mrs. Annie
23rd St., 20 and Eola FrancesTjneblood ire rponsortng a tea on 4th, ''f((6f' Mrs. Maetta Mitchell: and club with new members they Robinson, 8129 Moncrief, Division .
l, 2060 Frank E Are., Sundt.y, August Z'l, at 3:30 p... the late Rev. KJD. MltcheU.Sne,1s have asked that all persons interested Dlnsmore.
t. 2* in the Church. An outstanding I the graduate of]few Stanton to contact the President -' The president has asked an
Il. program has been planned e 429, and: Is now a senior Home Mrs. Alice Lagree at members to be present
Thos. Earl Jennings, 729 West visitors are invited. Economic Education 3558736.
at
f f.;' Church St., 21 and Stynette Eu.1 Florida AIM University.major The next meeting will be held ****

,i dry Greene, H6S! Hart St, Z1.e. **** Mr. Holder Is the son of Mrs. Wednesday August 23, at 1."_ SEMINOLE CLUB
Davis Street.SHLIEOUETTE.
I John Goodwin 1035 vIs St. District S of Ephesian Baptist i iA Ernestine Brinson and me late ,SPONSORS TOUR
,
I Edgar Holder. He is an April ****
:. 62 and Lenora Elisabeth Reed Church Is sponsoring a I '1967 graduate of Florida AAM The Seminole Culture Club
1035 Davis St, 53. trip to Daytona Beach, Florida, University and a member of the SOCIAL CLUB sponsors a tour to Cypress
August ZII, 1961. Omega Psi Phi Paternity. TO SPONSOR OUTING Gardens, Saturday, August 19,.
.. Roy Lee Smith, 702 W. Duval The bus will leave the church 1 t The wedding win besolemlxed 1987. .
.\ St., 22 and; Beverly Clarice at 8:30: a.m., and mate the September 9 on the !lawn of The Silhouette Social andSavIng The bus win' leave from the
a c
i; Jefferson, 2123 Mart Court following stops, 13th and Spires, r1 l '. the bride's home. Club will Beach an outing corner of Eighth and Davis
t' Apt. C, 22.Chulle 9:43 and Jefferson and State to American Saturday Streets promptly at 5:30: ajn.
Street 10 a.m. 1I4 _Frtyir But night August ZII, 8 p.m. Stops will be made at various
(... James Odom,939 East The bus will make stops at fleafollajrlog points of Interest for the beDIm
Ashley st., 22 and Mar Jole Lillian **** Spmw TiThe points: 26th and of the group.
!, Bennett 210 SUNDAY) ItHOOLSPOlGORS Myrtle, 8 p.m.; Union and For
Spearing St, I'f. u.... iC Button Prayer Band will Florida further information con
An.' 8J5 and 1st and
) ZOo. TRIP WORKERS-Members of the Connoisseurs of Cosmetology, Unit 60, who attended t the State 'sponsor a tea on>Sunday August Florida Ave.,,8:30 tact Mrs MaybeUe Parker, I
r The Sunday School department Convention In Sanford Florida and won the first prize for unique appearance are shown |1m 1 S1 at me home of the Sutrton pan 3555326.; I
t, James L. Buchanan, Jr., 1853 r at First Born Temple Is sponsoring here. In the front row, from left are: Mrs. Salome Simmons, president; Mrs. Lula Cop Prayer land,1528LoutstanaSt. ****
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\. W. 30th St, 26 and Beverly a beach trip to Little Tal- ney, Mrs. Thomasina Dorealle. Mrs. Elsie Mae Pry and Mrs. Bessie Carter. ? iC ,rk 4-8 p.m. ROYAL TERRACE CLUB ** .,
,, Joyce Washington 2150 Com- bert Island,Saturday,Angust 19. row are Mrs. Pecola: Hopkins, Mrs. Lucille Holmes, Mrs. Edna Calhoun, Mrs Alice Slater Mr. Harriet Jasper will be the TO MEET
monwef % Are, 22. The bus will leave from the Mrs. Corlne Jones and Mrs. Maggie White. ,speaker for the occasion. GLADIOL LADIES CLUB
church at 9 a.m., 825 W. Moo- The public invited to attend.lAbbut" The president Esther McGlll MEETING SET
01 Clarence Russell Pnelts, 425 ore St. The public Is cordially --- has called a meeting for all s

", W. 1st St., 21 and Annie Julia invited to go win them for an Mr. 14. Mrs. Eariest HiyrfeiDofkio officers and members ef the The I
Knoz 2778 Incinerator GladIola Ladies Club win
Rd.
21. = Royal Terrace Charity Club,
enjouable outing. ,
a. 1 ; Feoplel"i. August ZI, 4 p.m. meet August 23, In the home of
John Wesley Wright, Jr.U955State The meeting will be held in the Mrs. Berth Ford, 1181 Dnrkee

Rd. No. 13, 21 and Joyce *** .e..q --- ." --<*t home of Mrs. E.S. King, 1540W. Drive at I pjn.
Elaine Netwon, 5325 Washington 23rd Street A well planned Visitors who attended the last

Estate Dr., 17. ROYAL COURT AND Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lewis and daughter, Carolyn have program win be presented after club Planer meeting were,Mrs.Beauty
and Mrs. Cleo Anderson
LILY WHITE LODGE returned from visiting relatives and friends New York City the business meeting.
Joe Willie Pugh, Ot1ah om. TO MEET and Philadelphia.In Friends ire Invited to attend from New York City
City, Oklahoma, 20 and Patricia Tyr t M + New York the
house
4 1 1q t "A ,,,( M they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.Patrick .
. Sheila HasselL H54 Hart The Royal Court 173 will meet vrt. 4 Lewis and In Philadelphia they were guests of Mrs. ****
St, 19.Robt. in the lower unit of Grant Mem-' Edith Stewart nrmur.iiSLATEI
THE EXCLUSIVE SOCIAL CLUB
orlal Church at 7 p.m. and Lily They also stopped In Washington and made the three hour
TO SPONSOR
BEACH TRIPA
Lee Forrester,Sr.,1930Sandlln White Lodge 173 will follow with lour which I.Dcllldeclncll attractions an the ford's Theatre,
St., 45 and Susie Mae a meeting: at 8 pjn. National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington beach trip sponsored by fiR SIlIAY
Barnes, 2930 Sandlln SL, 37. Monument.Jefferson and Lincoln memorials, Library of Con the ExelusivsSoclalsndsavlnga:
., Capital Bldg., crossed the Potomac to ,Ujw Club td Little Talbot Island,
Ernest Hayden 1966 W. 12th **** Jima Memorial, witnessed the changing of the guards at the Sunday AagOst 20. the Triumph Holiness Church
St., 20 and Susie Izella Me tomb of the unknown soldier, made the walk up to the late The bus will leave from the
Worries, 1717 W. 24th St, 2L TRIP TO MAGNOLIA LAKE J.F. Kennedy grave site in Arlington National Cemetery. following points: Atlantic .2,1914Ta11adePR4.ywlPOD/I
TO BE SPONSORED While In New York they attended the game between the Beach, 9:00: a.m.; Arlington August 20, 3 p.m.
Clayton Edw. Klnson, 1080 Van -' Giant and the Mets, went to the 86th floor observatory of., 9:30 and 1415 Wilcox: St., 10:00 The speaker for the occasion
Buren St., 19 and Jeanette A trip to Magnolia Lake Is ) iI-. the Empire State Banding from which they could view tht ajn. will be Mrs. Lulls M. Barnett],
i Wright, 1554 E. 25th St, 19. being sponsored by the Hurlers Rixg Ceranoiiy Statute of Liberty, the City of New York and Into the states of The public Is invited toatteni. and Miss Francina Errant win
: Prayer Band and the West Jacksonville New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. serve as mistress of ceremonies. -
Dozier Joyner Jr.,6l18Straw- True Heart Club, on They reported haying bad a very interesting and educational Chili Hot Dolt! Grill 8 frank* .
flower Place 35 and Pauline Labor Day. At lion Hope Baptist Chard trin. turf.,. Combine I can eMU I can | Mrs. DorothyGogglnswlllnar-
Mary Clark, Rt 8 Box 759. rate the event and
The bus will make the following '''Cold' Comfort tomato put and 1 te a cordial Invitation -
pick-ups: 1932 Boardway Are., Forty two men who work I tard. Heat and spoon over has been extended to the
James Crawford Clark, 2962Baewe 7:30 a.m., 1213 Fairfax, 8:00: Miss Susie McMorrles became the bride of Ernest Hayden Meeting Planned For eight hours a day In the cold tucked in bum !public.
Dr. 20 and Iris Laverne 'ceUare of a Minnesota brewery Quid Chili Mttt In heavy puce: Mrs. Catherine
and 1348 Whltner Street 815. in a double ring ceremony set at Mt Zion Hope Baptist Church .Russ Is the
I Hlnton, 5409 Buncbe Dr., :: haven't had a cold since they|pan, mix I can chili and 1/2 canv" sponsor and ReV M. L. Crls-:
with Rev. E.H.Simpson presiding.
I Free dinner will be served. World War I Vets went on the job, the company water; bring to boil. Add I cup uncooked wen Is the
172 pastor. Aprlse will
I The bride chose! formal 1 gown matching bouquets. phyitcUn report. The Miliflefr elbow macaroni, cover and '
of Peat De Ange nylon for served as .. period, rang from nine cook *,oe given to.the lady wearing
Webb medium heat
****<' Christine over IS minute
James Isadore Anderson, 2921 her wedding, it featured a scalloped flower girl and Eric'Webb II'' Gateway ,.BarracksVeteransof let sl ytaM ..., -< : or until tracaronl b tender;, -'[-the.prettiest- tet' ,
Redmond Are., 24 and Patricia kkAGPDLLthcE neckline covered with lace World War I USX No.3131 t.\1
i TRIP TO : rlngbearer, cousin of the bride, .I
Alberta Dunbar! 2951 Willow and white pearls with long' Curtis Campbell served Best will hold there regular meeting
SL, ZOo Choir 1 of Philadelphia Baptist sleeves tapering to a lace point Man. Saturday, August 19, at the Joe. __
Church is sponsoring a A circular det&cbabletra1nwUII Ushers were Curtis Simmons H. James Center, at 2 p.m. '
Sammie Lee Brantley, 1311 trip to Magnolia Lake, Saturday lace motifs covered the him- and Willie James'Hatten. All officers and members are (a'td
Gruntbal St, 21 and Lorraine August ZlIt 1967. floe The Bride's veil was of I. The mother of the bride was requested to be present and on i9 :
Bartley, 6183 Ramar! Court, 20. The bus will leave the Church Peau De Ange pearls and simulated attired in a two piece suit of time much information will be "
atflajn. flower petals, was worn pink linen with matching bead- given by the commander.The I
I fingertip length. She carried a i" piece and accessories.A building drive is now in
New Location **. bouquet of carnations centered reception, at the YWCA was progress inn we hope months
with white orchids. And wore held immediately following the our goal the few
DELIA HAIR FASHION) W ASHINGrorfC.QJlaTO a pearl necklace with pearl ceremony.Out and into our veterans center.
........... .RVES ANNIVERSARY and diamond earlngs, a gift of town guest included Mr. The 1968 membership! drive
i\"f.\ from the Groom. and Mrs. Taft R. Webb and Is now on for new member,
'.': Washington Court KJJ., will She was given in marriage by* ;children and Mr Taft R. Webb also In the ladles auxiliary.
obeervo: It SlstAnniverruyAu- her uncle Mr. Tan R. Webb ,Sr., uncle of the bride, Ted For Information on new membership -
.gust 20, 11 a.m., at Second Baptist from Ashtabula, Ohio. Willis cousin of the bride all call the commander,
Church. She chose u her matron of from Ashtabula, Ohio. Mrs. L. 3543134. Ojue
AU matrons and members of
honor Mrs. Deloris Hatten her Riley served u organist and
the Masonic Family are tavitadi I sister who wore a floor length Mrs. C.M. Poole soloist Miss Bertha ,AtkinsTo
to attend. gown of soft pink with matching The Brldesbook was kept by

headpiece. Mrs. G. William, Mrs" Shirley
The bridesmaids were Miss Webb Mrs. Margeret Luqsford Become
Delores Johnson and Miss and Mrs.j Mary Green served Clearance
GIVE TO FIGHT' Vlrdie Mae Hatten they were at the Punch Bowl; and Mrs August BrideMiss Shop
MULTIPLESCLEROSIS similarly,attired in floor length Shirley Webb received and registered
I gowns of Romatlc Blue with gifts. Bertha R. Atkins,daughter
matching, headpieces and accessories The couple will reside in New of Mr. and Mrs. ADc1r.wSIn1.
Tb8 great: irlpplevf each carrying Haven. Conn. and Mr. Clem Johnson,

2711. I 45 St. If f gluing pAlis Anniversvy CelewiliM- .son of Mrs. Ethel Johnson win ;4Ieta4tte

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I, the First Baptist Church of'College
Medical Asststnt Park.

I t. : All friends of the couple have Thanks to tremendous
r. been Invited to attend The your response to our opening, we are

High School Not': Required No Age lisiif, t 4 ih AK:1' Rev,.F.J!. Davis will officiate. continuing this sale with new and added specials.Don't .

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|A/C Andre Neal to First U.: Clearance Shop

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OU. 356-8301! .'and Mrs*. fiery Cdpepper celebrated their BOth Wedding Mrs.Same L. Dudley of FASHIONS for an SEASONS
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Anniversary on July llth.The occasion took place at the resident i 101 andd Connie DRESSES 'SIACKS .SWIMSUItS PARTY DRESSES
ft of the couple 1440 Van Bon Street Andre attended SUITS
Friends ;and; relatives attended the celebration they are: Mr. {Florida AIM University and SKIRTS a HANDBAGS FORMALSACCESSORIES

i ; Tniuisf, list. ; and Mrs. Abel Butler of.Grand Rapids, Mich., Mrs. Helen boat are serving in the UJJ. SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES LINGERIE .
C.olmus; of.Tallahassee 'Air Force, stationed in Anchorage -
Tea* Her. and Mr*. D. L. Smith of I '
< Daytona Beach ) z.-and Mrs Albert James of Buffalo New Alaska 1939-41 ELANDINO BOULEVARD
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it May En Queen, Dr. ana airs. ... K. Uende.iwon, Mrs. Jannlta' In the chapel, September 2, at OPEN 7119P.M. FRIDAYr
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Dedication 'Services Planned For New St. Thomas Baptist Church SundayRev.




Cyras A. Weaver ToDeliver Birthday Observance

Liynen's Revival Second Sibtist

Dedicatory Messae, I 1 Church Sets ScheduleThe CHURtIEWliT.

Sunday afternoon sTl p.m. dedication service for the New Set At St. Paul AME: Deaconess Board
St. Thomas Baptist Church win bi held with R T. Cyrus A. Second Baptist Church of
Weaver of Day Spring Baptist Church u speaker;. The Laymen's Organization of will be
host to tile city-wide Deaconess
The official family, Paul AME Church Is
congregation tSt conducting TABOR BAPTIST
Union Sunday afternoon at 3p.m.A .
at large, combine a Laymen's Revival ML Tabor KI Baptist Church Sunday School win
ushers will assemble Sunday, August ZOo beginning wen prepared program bar Vim Deacon Jasdt Barr to charge.
been arranged for fellowship! begin at ':JO ajn..
old church, which I /with the morning service. The hour. Morning worship will proceed at a LIDo,with the Her. George
will serve u an speaker for tile U:00 a.m.,service Services for Sunday at Second Cherry pres1dlnr. Choir 1 and usher board I are asked to
building and much < cla1'IDII 4h will be Mr Wendell
.
throughout tilt daJ.
I I Baptist will begin with tot.Sunday serve
nest w edUSct facing Holmes.Mr. School at 9.30 ....., with At 5:30 p.m.. services will proceed with BTU and evening
1 P.m. + Holmes Is a Lay Leader I L.C. Chester charge assisted worship at 7 p.m.
According to the pastor f T i'REV. of Ebenezer Methodist Church; by tile general and departmental
W.C. Heal, the attra !, member of tilt board of trustee; I superintendents in charge. UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
bulldlngat t cost of$'15.000.00lDcludea member of Steward; member Z Consecration rites for the deacons Union Progressive Baptist Church wifi be observing Dual
a seating capacity of) of tile trustees; Florida Conference deaconess, ushers and Day August throughout tilt day. Mrs. Theo Ores will be the

city 100; ladle and men lounge, Methodist Church, choir will be held at 10:45 a.m. morning service.
Centra1lurlld1cUoo. school will begin SO with the
|, August 20, Sunday :
modern rest Morning worship begins at 11ajn. Sunday
room, pastors
Some of his civic activities teachers presiding. The lesson win be
and
study central beating and alr.cTe -' ., with Rev.Sam*delivering Superintendent
are: tbelermoo. reviewed by the pastor Rev. Jake Ray Jr.
floor plan U Viet -president of Board of 'r f tY Baptist Training Union will be Deacon A.J. Robinson and L.B.Brooks are in charge of devotional -
a unique I
Management, James Weldon will bring the sermon during.
design reprtsenttnt ttw Christian a held at 5:451p.m., Mrs. R. R. services. The pastor
Johnson Branch TMCA;General i 5"it Communion hour and all choirs art asked to
the 4 Holy
Morrlsette win
be in p.m.
'
charge.
with WEAL
Cross a .yt'lIIapecI W. C. Chairman of Annual Membership I! (1
( at serve throughout the day.
baptismal pool eluded In tilt Evening worship begins
Hans Taniler.The Campaign of YMCA, for
rear of tile rostrum. The Illumination Mayor 7 p.m., on Sunday night
of the overhead public Invited to thereIn two years; member Jacksonville Weekly activities includes the MT. OLIVE PROflTIVE BAPTIST
Ughtfhf Indirect this new day for St. Thomas. Community Relations "Prayer of Faith Hour",Tuesday Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church willbeginSundayServlces.
The combined choirs and ushers Committee; Chairman Citizens I night at 7 p.m. with Sunday School 9.30 LIDo. with Superintendent A.M.
will Committee for Better Education The Sunday School Officers Frailer in charge of the service.
serve
Rev R.L. Wilson of West BRING YOUR NEWS In Duval County.The l and Teachers Council win meet Rev. L.C. Rogers will deliver the message for the morning
Friendship Baptist Church will speaker for tile 4 p.m. Friday at 7 p.m. service. Serving throughout the day will be usher board Sand
'serve as master ceremonies. ,TO ,THE FLORIDA STAR service will be Dr. Arthur A. Miss Gloria-- -Brown celebrated her un nrmoay on Jury u choir 2.
Guest Minister Ret. D. J. Graham Madry Principal of Darnell- at the Holy Temple Church of God in Christ, I860 W. 5th St., Prayer meeting will convene Tuesday night, August 22, at
of 13.. Ararat Baptist 2323. MONCRIEF'UD.MUSTBE Cookman Junior High School.An A short program was given honoring the young lady. Participants M6I SIIttnSIISIIS 7.30 pjn.
Church, and other ministers IN Interesting Panel discussion Included Mary K. Brown, Rosalyn Bythwood, Linda Han
'will be held at IS pm. The Care Mr. JJ>. Nories and Elder D.WUlIamB. TABERNACLE BAPTIST
of the city u special guest BY 4.'P.-M'tUFA E. Stripling, Family .slad
greetings will be brought by ****, Miss Brown received many lovely gifts Service for Tabernacle Baptist Church will be held Sunday
A musical program has been August 20, beginning with Sunday School ':30 a.m. The lesson
will be reviewed by a special guest.
planned for Sunday night August
All candidates for first Sunday Baptism are urged to contact -
'20, 830; p.m., sponsored by the
McCaU Singers. Mrs. HM. Lawrence and Mrs. Sarah Watts.
The event will take place at Prayer meeting will be held every Wednesday night at'
aIi the Morning Star Baptist 1:30 p.m., and Youth Choir rehearsal at 5:30 p., '7>

Church, located on East 20th
FIRST BORN TEMPLE
and Bennett Streets, Rev.
MONTGOMERY I, Jasper Williams pastor. Pastorial Day will be observed Sunday August 20, at the "
A variety of the ultra favorite First Born Temple located on 2S W. Monroe. '
singers will appear on the program Services will begin at 10 a.m., with Sunday School, Deacon '
WAR along with Mr. Robert M. McQueen presiding superintendent will be in charge. "
Prater, guest soloist. Morning worship fill preceed at 11.15 with deaconess in
The public is invited to at- charge of devotional service.
tend. A special sermon by the pastor will be delivered during
8 p.m., evening worship.

Home To
Funeral GOOD SHEPHERD BAPTIST

Be. Dedicated Sunday Good Shepherd; Baptist prepares for Annual Day celebrationfor
this reason a tea is being sponsored, Sunday August 20,
A dedlcatorlal service is at 4 p.m.. at the church Mrs. C. Hall and Mrs. Maylor Wotten,
a planned for Sunday August 20, co-chairmen of the Dual Day celebration.
4.30; p.m., dedicating tilt opening Sunday School will begin Sunday at ':<15 a.m., followed by
of The House of Rogers morning worship with the deacons in charge: of devotional

.1 1 \ J Funeral Home 4815 Avenue B., services.
Arnett P.Rogers, owner. BTU win begin at 6 p.m., with Rev. Alex Garth presiding,
Rev. J.C. Same, pastor of., and evening worship! Is set for 7 p.m.
Second Baptist will deliver the" Prayer meeting and Bible study win be held Tuesday night
.. iITii dedication sermon. and Thursday the choirs will meet for rehearsal
J Tot

I ... To Sponsor W. MORLUt AIlE : 1
; f: fie'. Clarence McFarland win be the guest minister for .
the N| aA. worship services on Sunday, August 20, according
) 'i Labor Day Twr to tb* pastor Rev. J.C. Bannennan. :.
\ Rev McFarland Is a recent graduate of Edward Waters
Deacon William Toombs of
College and an assistant to Rev. ..V. Webster of the Church:
Jerusalem Baptist Church will of the Muter

sponsor a sightseeing tour to The Sunday School department win observe IPs anniversarynext
I \i'w Lake Wales, Fla., Monday Sunday at 4 p.m., an interesting! rogrsm Is being planned. ,
September 4, Labor Day. ML Morlah will worship with Emanuel Baptist Church to -.
This will be a zoo mile tour tft
anniversary Thursday night August 24th. !V
one way. The most Interesting .!.
points are the Great MasterPiece FIKST.CORINTH BAPTIST f
the Bok Singing Tower Sunday services at
First Corinth Baptist will begin with "
Cypress Garden and the Spook Sunday School at ':30 a.m., with the superintendent to charge t.:
Hill, where you can park your The .
pastor Rev. W. L.looe.1I111 review the lesson.
t car at the bottom of the bin
Devotional .
services for the morning worship will be led
and take it out of gear and it by beginning at 11:15 ajn. Choirs and ushers win 1
and
Save these $ will ron back up the bill. usual. "'
on .F This tour will Air Condition
go by District 6
will wort the kitchen beginning at 12 noon. q
Bus of me Jacksonville
I .; Afternoon services scheduled to begin at 130: p.m., has '
Coach Company restroom been set aside u consecration hour. All choirs, deacons '
back-to-campus \ \ and has reclining seats. and deaconess has been asked to wear their usual attire for '
Anyone Interested can make
this service. Holy Communion will be administered with. /
reservations Deacon
by calling the pastor ofOcatlng assisted by his associates. rPrarermeetlnc
William Toombs at 350-1271
!Is scheduled for Tuesday night 7:30: pjn. w
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Mt. Sinai Baptist To Observe It's 59th Annual Men's Day August 20th




Mt. Sinai Primitive Men's Day Flamed Svday At

CHURCH NEWS Mt. Ararat Is Scene 01 Wedding

,==--=-- Baptist To Hold Its 'Mt. Sham Baptist. Clench I

Coat From P. 4 Annual Women's Day The 59th Annual Melts Day will be observed,Sunday, throughout -

Mt Salem the day, at lit. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church, 153 LM
Baptist Sunday Services will with
Sunday- School beginning at 9.30 a.m., superintendent get underway Jack Mt, Sinai Primitive Baptist Street, RJT. Vernal L. Thompson, pastor.
Church will observe their Mr. Alexander
Green In annual Anderson central -
charge. unit of the cnurch, beginning
Women's Day observance chairman .reported the
Morning worship scheduled for 11 will find Deacon it 10:30 19th
a.m., a.m., August
Sunday August 20, beginning speakers are: Ret. Levy Green
C. Caalhoun and A. Wilbert in of devotion. Choir L' The Westslde Choirs
charge Friendly
and usher f- with Sunday School at 9:30 aDd Rev. John Payne, and the
board 1 will serve throughout the day. The pastor 'tiht Union win render a Revival
a.m., with Mrs FI.IUI1e Bradley :peat soloists are Mr. Amos
Rtv. W. Q. Rogers will bring the message. __ Jubilee in songs In the main
serving U superintendent. Ealey and Mr. William CuinfMU
Evening worship set for 6 p.m., will find Deacons R. Tucker auditorium W the church, beginning -
Morning devotion will find the Mr. Wlllii K. Hughes Jr, win
and E. Calhoun leading devotional services. at 7:45 with Mr.
: p.m.,
rrr ii acting pastor, Mrs. Ines Sheffield serve u director of music. Robinson u master of
in charge of the services, The Senior Women Missionary Perry
ST. LUKE
BAPTIST i ceremonies, Mrs.Ruby B.ADen
9. assisted by Mrs. Mule White Society will sponsor their,
'
Services Sunday in St. Luke Church will Stewart
Baptist commence $. president.
9 and Mrs. Maude Denton leading annual breakfast affair is the
30 a.m., with superintendent Percy Clarnett presiding.
devotion lower unit of toe church, beginning
Pastor Rev. M J. Tronwell will deliver the for the
U message Ord1N Mrs. Anna Mae Jones will at 7:30: ..... with Mrs. Coming Events
a.m., service. The Junior Choir and usher board will
serve as mistress of cere- Virginia Hack In charge.Senior
serve the
throughout day.
monies. The speaker scheduled Choir No. 3 will celebrate their
Fellowship service will be held 3 p.m., in Beulah BaptistChurch Of Choirs UnionThe
for the morning will be annual Seasonal Tea, beginning
the pastor is usher board and choir 1 to t
and asking serve, Introduced by Mrs. Mary Bell 3:30 p.m., In the lower of the Friendly Westslde Choirs
members to attend the
fellowship service. Perry, in the person of Mrs. church with Mrs. Ella Mae Union will render a "Gospel

NEW MT.OLIVE: BAPTIST Parties Alexander. Platts in charge. Revival Jubilee In Song", Saturday
Afternoon services scheduled The Male Chorus will sponsor August 19th, at
j evening,
Holy communion service will be held at New Mt. Olive ..
f to begin at 3 p.m., will find their annual Fish and Chic- 7:45: p.m., in Jhe main unit of
Baptist Church Sunday 630: p.m., with the acting Pastor devotional services ken Dinner
being led sales in the lower Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist
Rev. R. Flagler in
charge. by Mrs. Lltxle Ford and Mrs. Church, 1551 Ue Street, with
Other services will begin with Sunday School at '9.30
a.m, A
Henrietta Williams. The mistress Catherine W. Sykes Mr.
Mrs. ,
with Twlighf i Musical PlannedThe ;
superintendent R. Cambridge presiding. The topic
of ceremonies will be Joseph P. Long and Mts.-RubJ
"Paul at will
Ephesus" be reviewed by Rev. Flager.
Miss Geraldine Johnson. B. Allen Stewart in cliarge.
The deacons of the church will conduct the devotional Choir 3 of Mount Olive
Mrs. Louise Richarson has This is .being
Baptist Church Is sponsoring program
services for the U a.m. service.
been programmed to speak and sponsored In the Interest alt
The deaconess board will meet 5 p.m., and usher board and a Twilight MuslcalSunday
she will
be introduced by Mrs. recital
Mr. Joseph P. Long's
choir 1 are asked to serve throughout the day. Fannie gust 17th, 7:30: p.m.
Bradley. The music wiU be renderedby "Songs of Yesteryears", to be
The public is Invited to each of these services.
Guest soloists for the day will Choir 1 of Bethelehem Bap- held October 22, at 7 p.m.,

**** *********** be Mrs. Clara Cannon, Mrs. this Church. The Gate City at Mt. Sinai with combined
Edith Wilcox: Mrs. Carrie Quartets will give the sermon choirs and male chorus.
Locket and Mrs. Eloise Baker and Mr. Clarence Fedder of St. The Choirs Union will wor
Friendship Baptist St. MattheiTo. The public has been invited to Paul AME Church guest soloist ship with Mrs. Ruby Stewartin

attend this festive occasion for the evening. her annual recital August

Slates Observance Celebrate Dual Day j.'y Floradale Prayer Band .. The entire program will be 21, at 7:45 p.m., at the Churchof
musical and the public is cordially God In Christ Number four,
Annual Women's Day oo- Dual Day has been set for St t invited. 3328 Mon rlef Road.
servance Is slated for Friendship Matthew Baptist Church Sunday To Observe 2nd YearThe The Friendly Westslde Choirs

Baptist Church Sunday August 20, Rev. George! Price, Union will hold Its mass revival -
August 20. Their theme for the pastor. Second Anniversary of the Main Day Planned meeting August 27th at

occasion 1m: '"Pressing To Miss J. Maxine Fisher, member r 1 Flordale Community Prayer 2L45 p.m., 'In the main unit of
A Higher Mot" of Band will be observed August Baptist Church
Ebenezer Methodist For Mount CalvaryThe Philadelphia ,
Mrs. Louvenla Collins is the Church, public school Instructor lip 27, at Prince Hall, 913 Jefferson 5571 Moncrlef Road, with Rev.
.chairman of the event and she for several years and St. The Twelfth bour pray annual Melts Day of J.W.. Johnson pastor u host

_will be.assisted by Mrs. Ollle presenUf employed as a guidance Mt. Ararat Baptist Church was the setting for the after-service wedding of Miss Annie er band will give devotional Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will ,along with Senior Choir 1, St.

M. Johnson. The acting pastor counselor at Pine Forest WUma cWnltT and Eddie Minor, both of Jacksonville Rev. Dallas J. Graham officiated services. be held August 20, 1967. Paul Baptist Church, Baldwin,
will be Mrs. Mamie Smith. High School Callahan,Florida Outstanding features are being The pastor of Calvary Baptist Fin; ,
Sunday School is scheduledfor will be me morning speaker. the ceremoo1es.tof-Hornor was Mrs. Eura Barnes, and tho Best-Manwa, John McCIoucS. presented on the program Including Church of Palatka, Fla.,and the The Union's next quarterly

9.30 a.m., with Mrs. Cor- The included Mrs. Annie Cummings, Mrs. Mary FenneU Mrs. The Buckman Singers, St. Paul Baptist Church Bruns- business meeting, termination
Della Prime acting as superintendent Others present for the wedding Mrs. Mary McClendon, Mrs. Mable Fudge and Miss Excelsior Gospel Singers, Mr.. *wick, Ga. will be the ,of the presidents Appreciation
Ellis Mrs. Ethel Washington, evening
Ethel
The guest superln- Ulysess Johnson, Mary Moses, for the morning and Affair and Banquet will be held

i i Indent will be Mrs. D. Barnesof Janet Me White.will be held at a later date in the couples new home. E.M. Macks: Mrs. Irene Tim- services. at Mt. Bethel Baptist Church,
Sweetfleld Baptist Church. The reception Photo By Bob Smith mans, Mrs. Clara Brinkley,and Deacon Leroy Mallory and his 5637 Anderson Street, September

The lesson reviewer is scheduled ,also a special guest soloist staff are not letting a stone go 11, at 7:45 p.m.
to be Mrs. Ida Scott from Orange Part unturned
Price Mrs. Sally Mathis IsWomen's
of Lewis Memorial AME. Rev. George

Morning worship will beginat

11 a.m., with Mrs. DoloresW. Sunday Night SpeakerPlans Day Speaker
Stafford of Royal Tabernacle When t

Baptist Church acting as mistress have been completedfor Mt. Tabor Baptist Church: will you call us

of ceremony. s speakerfor the coming observance of observe their Annual Women's

the morning will be Mrs. Melts Day at Tabernacle Baptist throughout the day,:Rev, H.T.: _

TjS. Williams, West Union Baptist Sunday August 20, according Overstreet is the pastor. .. .
Church. Edward Waters to the general chairmanMr. T and I a strange voice I says

College win be represented L. V. Jones.AcUviUes ,
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Sunday morning through a trio will get underwaywith / '' *'w 0w

rendering a selection. Sunday School beginning "

At 3 p.m., the chairman of the MAXINE ER at 9.30 a.m., with Deacon David "Seaboard I I I Coast I Line
hour will be in
young people Washington of Mt. Carmel Sap- ,
charge of the service in the Guest soloist will be Mrs. tls t Church serving as guest

person d Miss Sandra liar- rbelma Jenkins. superintendent. All teachers for
grove. She will be assisted by Evening worship will begin the various departments will be s ;'
t i
Miss Annie R. Powell The at the usual hour with Rev. guest from other churches in _..Li '
afternoon speaker will be Mrs. A. J. Hughes, pastor of St. the city. Mr. Julious Mack of k
Perils Nelson Mt. Zion Holiness John Baptist bringing mes- Emanuel Baptist Church will

Church and Miss Carolyn sage for the men. bring the lesson's review. .
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George of Abyssinia Baptist The male chorus of Mt Ararat Morning worship Is scheduledto SALLY MATHS
Church will serve as mistress will serve along with usher
begin at U a.m., with Mr.
The services will get underway
Guest soloist will board 2 of Mt. Ararat Baptist.
of ceremony. The
L. V. Jones presiding.
.
with Sunday School beginning at d
be a representative from St The event will be chaired by morning speaker will be Rev. k Jn
Kite,
9.30 with Mrs.
a.m., Ruby
Thomas Baptist Church in the Mr. James Sutherland assistedby R.W. Jackson, pastor of Jeru-
hen serving as guest super
person d Miss Cheryl Knox. Mrs. Annie Robinson. salem Baptist Church and Mrs. intendent. The lesson topic-will 1r

Evening worship will begin at Cohen Vernon JUne of Payne Chapel be reviewed by Mrs.Anna Barr.
Rosetta :
6:30 p.m., with Mrs. Caretha Mrs. AME: Church will serve as guest Morning services scheduled

Byrd First Samuel Baptist serving -. To Render Program soloist. for U a.m., will find the acting
as mistress of ceremony.The Evening worship set for 6 p.m., pastor for the day, Mrs. Leloa
speaker for the evening Mrs. Rosetta Cohen will render will find Mr. Charles Reed, Given is presiding. Song services -
worship.hour will be Mrs. E. a program Sunday August co-chairman presiding. The will be rendered by the
M. Jones of the Church of God 20, at 3.30 p.m.,at 6051 Flickers evening speaker will be Rev. women's choir. The morning

in Christ 4. Mrs. Rovena Huges Ave and Pic kett Station. George Price, pastor of St. speaker is scheduled to be Mrs.

of New St. James AME will All singers in and arond the Matthew Baptist Church. Sallye B..Math, City Councilwoman -
serve as guest soloist for the city are invited to share in the The public has been invited \f
Ward Sand Yr..Gussie
evening. program presentation. Join in with the men of Tabernacle
Page Cray will be the
The public has"been cordially Missionary Florence Turneris Baptist to make this i soloist guestYouth

Invited. the memorable event.ijtii .
sponsor._
hour is set for 3 p.m.,
with Miss Myra Hill presiding.

Evening service will begin at
e 7 p.m., with Mrs. Rachael (

Brooks scheduled to bring t emessage. "

e 1e The event. will be chaired by :T '

Miss L M. Fleming, Mrs. Ber-
nice Hollldg; Mrs. Nellie M.
Smith and Mrs. Leloa Glvens.

The women ushers of the

Church will serve throughout.
both servkes. fg


BRAND NEW STOCK! Revival. Hour


JUST ARRIVED! To Be Held


NEW STYLES COLORS! The Friendly Westslde Usher

.Union revival hour win be held

TROYUNGS JOYCE 2.45: p.m., Sunday at New Bethel
AME Church on Tyler and
DIBS RISQUE Second Street.

AIR STEP mmSOaAUTI A program has been plannedfor

UFISTIIDI the occasion. The choral
class has been asked to serve

NATURAUZtRMADEMOISIUI COIBIES for the event, along with Utter: The new railroad is here.It's
I $699 GIAMMf Board 1 of the Uo1oa.ReteIi'1mutl I t .
win be served I
VALENTINES
BUSKINS and the wMlc: is Ijjvtted.
a fact. Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line Passenger:

RED CROSS PAUZZIO 'Church And Pastor are now one: Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. Information and reservations 353-1244

COBBURSJANTZIN FIANCEES Street address 500 Water StreetJacksonville
As we move along toward full consolidation,
DOMANI I Florida 37202
Observes'Anniversary we'll be combining many of our offices and Freight:

fOOT HAIR ,.il JAQUIS ANDRE Emanuel Baptist'Church will other facilities. You may reach us at the follow- Information and service 389-7771

. ANDREW GEUli y TIVOIIn begin their Church and Pastor's log locations and telephone numbers. Street address 3019 Warrington St.

anniversary, August 20-28, at Jacksonville,Florida 32205.
CANTOS 3p.m.

Various ministers of the city
SMARTAIRI FASHION CRAFT win SCL
and their congregation helpto

I CITATIONS-UGOEIO make this occasion a
SEABOARD COASTLINE RAILROAD'
AND MANY MOIIIII!!! memorable\ one.
Ever/one is cordially invited'


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Sixth Animal Session War On Povert r' jHoneot, Of Rebxatioa CiVil't Rights ...

I To Convene In CincinnatiWhen Aids Floridans

Progressive National Baptist Convention convenes In In the first two years, the 101'I.. Round-Up
Cincinnati, Sept. 5-10, 1967 at the Netberlaod Hlltoo HoteL, war on Poverty has served _
It will be the center of attraction In this Queen City of themidwest. more than nine million Ameri
cans. The number served In
Many will attend this year be- Education and the Convention the state of Florida is 457,199. ALL OUT BATTLEJEFFERSON
cause some of its meetings will along with a change of meeting Frank K. Sloan, Southeast regional CITY Mc-{NPn-Mlssourl residents wert
be held at Its birthplace, Zion dates (be) Cooperation with the director of the Office urged last week to"take all possible action to remove the
Baptist Church. From a small American Baptist Convention of Economic Opportunity, Atlanta barriers raised<< by discrlmlnation..and to support measures
beginning of 33 messengers in various Youth and Adult Pro- announced. which would remove barriers to equal opportunity" Making
from 14 states, this body now grams of mutual concern; (c) Head Start In summer and full the appeal was Richard E. Risk acting executive director,
reaches from coast to coast. The purchase of a Convention year programs has alone assisted ''Missouri Commission on Human Rights, who added, "We have
Built upon the principle of Distribution Center in Cin U million young children !ill too frequently assnmmed the problem of discrimination
Tenure for officers, this Convention cinnati, or elsewhere. It will in the nation and,36,465 in Gave been solved by the passage of state and federal and.'discrimination .
strives to maintain an cor'lnle Us thrust In building Florida. I laws. but we must all assume reap isiblity
atmosphere la which Fellowship The Neighborhood Youth Corps (ti ?
a program of Christian Stewardship 'The time for such action is now.
Progress and Peace can through monthly support has reached 900,000 young men I
thrive. Tbe Sixth Annual Session of Convention objectives.The and women, both those in school HOSPITAL BIASCHICAGONPOSegregatlm
will be motivated and Inspiredby phenomenal growth and and those who have dropped out, by hospitals against non-white
the theme, "Spiritual Re-' service of this Convention can including 26,734 In Florida. members of the medical profession is being attacked by the
r.ewalln A Decaying Society," only be understood by its Neighborhood Centers In Medical Committee for Human Rights, 3,000-member aa-
based upon the scripture text "cause-centered" program and operation throughout the nation tonal organization composed chiefly of doctors The organization -
Romans 12:2. its respect for every memberof have brought needed servicesto charges that hospitals In major cities !me been
For the first time in its brief its fellowship regardless of nearly 3 million poor. The of "gross discrimination, which cries for relief"
history, this Convention will station. This movement of unselfishness figure for this state is about guilty
hold Us sessions Hotel where was set In motionby 350,000.The .
BUY POOLLEESBURG
housing, parking and meeting Its first President! Dr. T. Work Experience Program Van (NPI>-Tbe Loudoun County board of
rooms wID all be under the same M. Chambers, now Emeritus; has assisted nearly 150, u........ the county branch NAACP to super
,
has been by
visors petitioned
purchase
root. Messengers will not have 000 adults most of whom were A relaxing moment during the annual Brandeis
and has never lost its momen- University dinner of me, Industry owned by the Leesburg Volunteer Fire i
pool
to leave the hotel for any need tum. There is no doubt that the on public assistance, by enhancing at the American Hotel, New York recently is enjoyed by B.C. OhlandtOeft( )iceman chair Company a swimming, and it on an integrated basis. The pool, built
open
Including food service Convention theme this year will their opportunity for of the board of National Distillers, who presided at the affair; Roy Wilkins, executive in 1955 by the fire company has been barred to Negroes.
The Progressive National yield Inspiration that will future employment. Cltlsens of director of the NAACP, and Dr. Abram Sadist, president of Brandeis University, than with
rather comely a
It closed last Federal
was year,
Baptist Convention will consider strengthen our nation In this Florida assisted a total of 1,713families The dinner honored Lewis S. RosentleL chairman of the board of Schenley Industries H
to
District court order integrate.
,
several Important matters .era o f war. and civil strife.It and 7,365 individuals. the occasion 01 the tenth anniversary of the Rosenstiel Foundation Biochemistry Program on
including: (a) The mergerof will offer a pause for peace- OEO programs have operated for Brandels. WINS POINT
the'Congress of Christian in more than 3,000 of the _
building a more
:
ful reflection on NEW YORK-
Negroes, Seek Christian non-Christian Society world.to All reach roads a States counties 3,132 ,counties and in this in state.of 67 the of the United 67 DR. KING CALLS FOR Negro Run ProjectTo ,Hospital racial were dropped prejudices by Dr.in handling Arthur of T.personnel Davidson at last Harlem week

lead to Cincinnati and all be- 113 residential Job Corps MASSIVE WORK PROGRAM' Pre.Screen Trainees when he found himself appointed u the first associate in
TV Station lievers Christian Fellowship centers are in operation, Including ,surgery under a new college career advancement program
are welcome. two in the Southeast ATLANTA, Ga/ The following means, only drastic changes BUFFALO, N.Y.A nationwide -, for Harlem doctors The Negro surgeon had complained of
A service station attendantwas region, both located in is the text of a telegram in the life of the poor will automatic transmission bias to the New York Human Rights Commission The post, for
shot and seriously wounded Otis Nixon SoughtAs Tennessee. The contributions from Dr. Martin Luther King provide the kind of order and repair firm has picked a Negro one year, pays $24,000.
as a result of an argument these centers make to conservation Jr. President of the SCLC, stability you desire. developed and operated projectto
was rushed to Duval Murder SuspectPalm has been significant: to President Lyndon B. John- There is no question that the screen applicants for the !
Medical Center for treatment. Nearly 3,000 VISTA volunteers son: violence and destruction ofpro- company's new training pro-
Homicide Sgt. R.T. Matthew Beach County Sheriffs!: are hi service in 48 I listened with great anticipation perty must be !halted but congress gram. World News
said Henry J. Walker, 19,1252 Department, has asked help in states and District of Colum to your statement of last has consistently refusedto Project JET, the $3,000,000
W. 22nd St., was shot throught the apprehension of Otis Mxon bia. Over 500 of these are in evening, for I too hare labored vote a halt to the destructionof federally funded Jobs,education
the right and and in the chestat Sr., 43, of 532 N.W.13th Ave., work with migrant workers on with heavy heart through the the lives of Negroes in the and training program of Opportunities When one discusses the worth and contribution of the predominantly
the the Gull Service Station, Boynton Beach, who Is winted Indian reservations A total of tragic events of the past weeks. ghetto. First the Rent Supple- Development Cor- Negro colleges and universities, he'd better have
824 Jefferson St. for the murder of a 25-year- 76 volunteers are serving In The chaos and destruction which, ment Bill l was killed then the poration, has been selected to his facts straight, and a thorough knowledge of the subject
Matthew said Walker was shot old Defray) Beach woman. Florida. now spreads through our cities Model Cities Proposal was accept applications and pre- Recently Dr. Rufus E. Clement, speaking at the Atlanta Un-
by Arthur James Gilyard, 32, Nixon is described by the 224 institutions of higher Is a blind revolt agairut the drastically cut and finally evena screen candidates for the pilot iversity Summer school forum, on the subject of "Academic
of 1542 Illinois St., who was sheriff's financial being established here Opportunity Area toot issue with David,Rlesman and
department as being learning have supported Upward revolting conditions which you bill with no political or program sharp
sitting In a car which Walker five feet, one Inch tall, weighing Bound programs involving ,so courageously set out to implications, but great by AAMCO Automatic Trans- Christopher Jencks for their criticism of Negro Institutions of
was leaning against 145 pounds with black hair 22,400 students. remedy as you entered office humanitarian aspects was missions, Inc.Announcement. higher learning.
Matthew said Walker was list- and brown eyes. He was last The War on Poverty has commanded in 1964. The conditions have not' laughed out of the house and of the new pro- The two made some strongcriticismsagalnstNegrocolleges In
ed in serious condition after seen wearing a white shirt and the support of the changed, and though the aimless congress rejected a simple bill gram and the selection of Pro- an article appearing In a recent issue of the Harvard Educational -
being shot by the .32-callber grey trousers. Nixon is knownas American people through un- violence and destruction may to protect our cities against ject JET as the screening Review.
pistol. a dairy worker. ,precented volunteerism be contained through military rats. The suicidal and Irrational agency was made here this week Said Dr, Clement: "Chief among the criticisms made by Rl
I acts which plague our streets by Robert Morgan, ARMCO esman and Jencks were that there was no satisfactory rationale -
dally are being sowed and president.Mr. for the existence of these institutions in the first place; that
watered ty the irrational, Irrelevant Morgan said U the pilot they had never been aggressive in attacking segregation; that
,,1',1'a "YOUR DOLLAR and equally suicidal program proves successful in they were headed by domineer ing and frightened presidents;
debate: and delay in congress. Buffalo, AAMCO intends to expand that they admitted anyone who could paytutltlon and that they I
BUYS MORE This is an example of moral it nationwide. AAMCO has graduated most of those who kept on paying.
0 degredatlon. This hypocrlcy over 400 transmission service "Rlesman and Jencks also concluded that tI was unlikely that. '
LI1IH contusion seeping through the renters and It opening about any Negro institution would ever have a first-rate graduate I
AT YOUR BANNER fabric of our society can ulti- 20 new shops> a month in various professional program and that their chief service would be to I''
mately destroy from within the parts of the country.Mr. give an otherwise unattainable sense ,Importance to their
very positive' values of our>na- Morgan pointed out that turstees, administrators,faculty alumni.They also suggested I
QUANTITY SPECIALS GOOD' ,FOOD''' 'STOREnTHROUGH lion which no enemy could.destroy -" there is a need throughout the' that these predominantly Negro colleges and unlversltfes
RIGHTS RESERVED SATURDAY from without. transmission service Industry should lower their sights since the most they could do would be I
I do not think we are helpless; for skilled installers and re- to Improve the basic skills of their students and to offer com ,

-- -- -- ---- -- -- -- -- - -- -- we are only acting helplessly. builders. "There simply aren't pensatory education."
I should like to offer a single enough skilled people to go In rebuttal, he pointed out that they hadpresented no evidence I
proposal that I am convinced around anywhere in the to support their charges, neither bad thy had any extended
will be as effective as it is country," he said, "and we personal or intimate contact with those institutions directly
Just. want to open this door of opportunity It was also evident that they bad no looked at the reports a- \
I SUGAR I 19'CI Every single out-breakwlthout to as many unskilled vailableIntheofflceoftheregfondndnationalaccreditingor- '
Ii exception has substantially workers with the aptitude to ganizations$ which ,did know andlnspect these institutions J
i HIS ascribed to gross unemploy learn that we can." i
ment particularly among young The program, known as YII Dn't Nan Ti 61 TI Tin Ti fist J qt '
people. In most cities unemployment AAMCO Opportunities will beopen
: LIMIT 1 PLEASE 11TH $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER 1r of Negro youth Is to as many presently unemployed -
greater than the unemployment trainable workers
--- -- -- ,.- --- I level of the depression thirties.I possible. It will Include class- LOW PRICES I I
--- -- -- -- -
propose specifically the \room and oo-the-jobpaldtra1n-
DOLLAR SPECIAL I MAXWELL HOUSE creation of a national agency ing.
that shall provide a Jcbtoevery' Morgan said that after a man 1
1
person who needs work young 'has been trained and certified DRUG STORE NEEDS j
$ 1 and old, white and Negro. Not he will be offered a Job by
3'25'OZ 1 COFFEEALL one hundred Jobs when 10,000are AAMCO. "Maybe we can't hire: trade With Your N. Ighborhood Drugstore {
APPLE SAUCE cuss : needed. Not some cheap them all In Buffalo," he WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL I I'
: way' out. Not some frugal device stated, "but we need skilled PAPERS. We deliver We alos fill all Doctors Prescriptions. '
NIBLETS HOLE KERNEL ; to maintain a balanced men all over the country. !
budget within an unbalanced We'll consider relocating any .
CORN 4 12 Ol. GRINDS society. I propose a Job for man who,desires It." Dixie
; everyone not a promise to see Pharmacy K :
if Jobs can l be found.
INCLUDINGILECTRA -- -
MEXICORN U There cannot be social peace Dr. Palms Begins r 11 ;i

t i CORN & PEPPERS. 4 12 O2. ; PERK, 1 LB.L 5 9C 'to when their a rights people and have dignity awakened and to 1302 Kilns Rut At- Mjrtlifknis n

1U ,the wretchedness of their lives Summer EEO Duties I?
,
j .simultaneously. If our government Elfii 5.5537.91PAfYOOR ;
I cannot create it
GREEN GIANT TENDER SWEET Jobs,
; UNIT 1 PLEASE WITH $5.00 OR, cannot govern. It cannot have Dr. Constance Naomi McKoy .If
.
,PEAS 4 A303 ; white affluence amid blade po- Palms, a member of the faculty LIGHT, WATER AND, W
lint ,verty and have racial .
FOOD ORDER, harmony.The at Fort Valley State College, ,
I -- --- -- --- -- -- -- __ __ _. ._. __. __ __ turmoil of the ghetto is has assumed duties for the< TELEPHONE IILLS.AT DUI 1' !I
STORE b
the externallzation of the Ne summer at Robins AFB to assist < ;
COLD mR' gro's Inner torment and rage.It .- D 4
i i FLA. GRADE T IDOLESURD In establishing a constructive .
has turned outward the Equal Employment .1
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.GIANT 480 ;: !frustration suppressed In that agony.formerly i was especially Opportunity In(EEO the)counseling,, '

SIZE FRYERS The Negro knows that a society area. VETERANS.r

LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH $5.00 OR : 2SC that Is able war to and plan inter-Intercontinental She will also go ok recruiting .

MORE FOOD ORDER l',. planetary travel Is able to plana trips in to a college thrw-itate and universities area-- THE JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC. :
I e.r.w---------.- -. I.___ ___ __ __ ___ _____ : place for him. In its callous Georgia, Florida and Alabama i
I MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN refusal to be Just, the civilized A native of Valdosta, Georgia, I
:
WESTERN) society is driving a wedge of Dr. Palms has been at the Fort 12 ''

RICE I 3 LB$: 390 ;i hope destructive of harmony.alienation Into the September Valley State 1963.College She Is since employed Of 630 DAVIS ST, Is Now Taking. of'!

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Tranqulllty will not be evokedby
__ u a counselor-educator
__ .rpORK pious words. To do too little
IGRTII LOINS Dr. Palms was one of the
PCT:
.s U Inflammatory u inciting: first three sociology majors
to riot Desperate men do des- to graduate from Fort Valley 'Applications For Its'
PIES panic deeds. It Is not they State College in 1945. She received -
5.18901! who are Irrational but those a master's degree from
who expect injustice eternally the University of Pittsburgh in
IIDLE .4SC to be endured. I am convinced 1956 with a major in secondary .Veteran Class.
DEEF-CRICKEN-TURXEY I that a single dramatic massive education and a minor In .
-- ----- -- iTELDA OR HALF I proof of concern that touches JOClolo .
,
ID. the needs of all the oppressed She received her ,
,I FARMS | i wlU ease resentments and heal' from the University doctorate of Okla The Size Of Our Claasses
1------------------------ enough angry wounds to permit ,home In 1963
majoring
In
i i I ICE MILK :i' SWfFT'S PREMIUM BEEF SALEI! emerge.Destructive: attitudes to guidance and counseling with a
minor In psychology.:
I regret that expression She Is a member of Kappa Is Limited By Law.
PlEMIUI fULL
I """ '* KVIfU""L.l1.180 may be sharp but I believe Delta Phi, the American Personnel
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literally that the life of our'
and Guidance Association
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:JMUNJ STEAK ID. 98C:; nation Measures Is at to stake preserve hen at It home.need Educators, Association and: Supervisors of Counselor-and Enroll 'Now To Be Sure Of Place. :

be boldly and swiftly applied
""- ------ Association of Measurement
.wDMSMrNTiicEl"1" i' ii ALL lia715""T" --1 before the process of social and Evaluation In Guidance.She .
PREMIUM
SIRLOIN IslntegraUoo engulfs the whole) has a 19-year-old son


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A_ericaa Trial Lawyers Assn. IHMA Awarded .6ruU Horsing lns'D..RecI In Canson Named f fiNn. ;


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Hold Natioial Convention D.C. Sebrb And. Chicago NAACP ,Field DirectorNEW :


W NEAPOIJSMiNN=The trial bar of Amerlca-the front WASHINGTON-(NPO-The NAACP demanded an open occupancy YORK-,Anointment of

lime lawyers In the nation's courtrooms-today accepted chat h law In Prince Georg's (lid.) county, and at the same Mrs. Virus kl. Cansoaasafteld
lenges 'burled by the VIce-Presldent and two United States y time, a group of Independent Chicago aldermen pressedfor the director to work out of the BaA
Senators to "become the defenders of the people In these strengthening of the City's fair housing ordinance Francisco regional office of the

critical times" and to create a "lobby for the people" that In Prince Georgia County a Mostare near (or at) the proposed national Association for the

will speak. .. out in Washington and in the town halls of the Washington suburb, the local Weston site of a $J7! National Association for me as-

smmtr The challenge: were issued byVicePmldeDt NAACP unit demanded that the million atomic accelerator. As National Association for the advancement

Hubert H. one able to develop law and administrative aunty commissioners immedl- few Negroes can find housing of Colored People

Humphrey and Senators Vance procedures to prevent ttely 'adopt a comprehensive In the Weston vicinity, It has has been announced by NAACP

Hartto (p. Ind.) and WalterF. the dally tragedies of death yen-housing law similar to the been charged that location of Executive Director Roy ,W n-
ffdlnance enacted the previous the nuclear Installation there
and injury occurring in the marketplaces
ilondale (D. Ulna) in ma Mrs
jot speeches before the 29,000 throughout the country reek by the Montgomery County would discriminate against\ Negro Canson, who lives InSaa-

member American Trial Law- and on the highways of the >Cd.) Council. employees seeking homes cramento, CaW, has been a
nation" The Montgomery ordinance in the area. a long time volunteer worker
Association In
meeting:
convention year beret "This people's lobby must become which covers virtually all Open housing, doing onlysoso for the NACP cn the West

The convention was the largest the most powerful and r housing in the county, includ In the Chicago area, fared Coast. She has served aa legislature

"legal teach-in" potent lobby in it field," he 1 ... lag all single-family homes, better in Maryland, where the representative la
by a tar sasocta-eversponsored said. It must not be afraid .... is said to be strongest county secretary of state officially rejected California, as a member of the
housing measure in the that would have NAACP Branch and
than Law and its effect to take on the 'big ones' now open a petition Sacramento ,
on
in Wa.sh1ngton-lobbles composed country. forced the state's limited open- as secretary m ana ge r aitbe
millions of Americans daJl
of powerfully shrewd and Montgomery county is predominantly occupancy law to a referendum branch's credit union with asset
in the battle against povertyand
: white; PrlDeeCeorre" vote of$300,00.
-
eiperienced operators responsible
crime the mounting death for death of good County would have In a referendum, the voters A graduate of Tnskegee Institute
many
and injury toll on our highways bias in Congress." much' more effect on open housing decide whether a law shouldbe with special study at the

in the air and in our Sea Hartke called for the e., than the one did. in Montgomery abolished. University of Wisconsin, Mrs.Canson .
factories and homes 4s the
trial bar to support a bill to county, supporters of Most referendum have resulted is a former consumer
No. 1 "happening" in America establish a "lawyer for Congress a Prince George's law asserts in the death of civil education specialist with the antipoverty

today itself" and to preventthe f Mrs Cora Rice Prince, rights and similar legislation. program In California
ATL National President Sams George's county NAACP president Had the referendum and a former community
gone
conflict existing: today between .
eel Langerman of Phoenix,; .. -.,,-- .., said "We tan't see wh;
the executive and legislative 141 .a.-r.I through, the state's open housing organization repmentaive,
Aria, in accepting the "mantle branches of federal Two officials of the National Medical Association received today grants from Wyeta lab- can't pass a comprehensive ordlnance -' to be built in the future California State Office of Eco-

of rd oDs1b1llty" Imposed by government in interpretations oratories for the scientific meetings of their sections during the annual meeting of the NUA like Montgomer's.They In California, the open housing nomic Opportunity

the government leaders disclosed ,of law made by the President'sown AT THE Chase-Park Plaza Hotel. (the commissioners) should picture was more muddled. In her new position, lire Can-
t major teaching program M.D left) of Battle Creek. Michigan received a new grant for the Section about
appointed lawyer-the Attorney carl E. Powell, ( stop worrying being re- The legislature anxious to son assists Leonard Carter,
to train criminal lawyersin General of the United on Surgery of which he Is chairman Herschell T. DeBerry. Territory Manager for elected It's their duty to pass draw Its session to a close, West Coast regional director,

every part of our nation and States" Wyeth In St. Louis, makes the presentation. a strong bill. planned to take up open housing in implementing the NAACP
enacted a resolution of the ATL Melvin E. Jenks The commissioners have announced before legislators went home. program in that region. The
Board 'of Governors to establish "Often in process so-called Melvin E. Jenkslns, MJ (right) of Washington, D. C., chairman of the Section on Pediatrics that they would adoptan But there was a chance that Associations field operations

Washington office to speak administration of law-thepro- accepts a renewal of Wyeth's grant to his section. Leo H.Schuttenover, executive open-houslnj law by November attempts to water down cr repeal are under the direction of Gloter -
for the United States COD.nmera' cedures which create the backbone in Radnor Pa., makes the presentation Director cf
from the company headquarters the Rumford (open housing B. Current, : <<
safety and economy of enacted law-the executive Medical Education has presented several annual grantsto The NAACP also administra
The Wyeth Fund for Postgraduate pressed ) act might get lost as the branches and field
Langerman, speaking on behalf branch makes Its own the Pediatric Section, and this year Included a new grant for the Section on Surgery of for the employment of Negroes shuffle during the session's last lion

of the newly-elected officers Interpretations of Congressional tile liMA. on the county's all-white days and that no fair housing
of the bar association intent, and indeed, some *****
police force and the appointment legislation would be passed.
urged the "young lawyers to times the President Ignoresthe of Negroes to policymaking p -
reverse the trend of the last Intent of Congress," Hartke Operation IreaAasket Ami NAACP Accelerates positions in the county.

25 years and again 'acU"I said.Hartke. Meanwhile, in Chicago, three
seek public office for the good also called upon the SCLC Score First Victory independent aldermen called for JAX j SHOE BOX
of the country: and the good trial bar to take a "greater Membership Drive a special City Council: meeting

of the legal profession" interest" Into causes of violence CLEVELAND, Ohto- r. Martin Luther King Jr., today announced to consider beefing up the city's 41 W ADAMS
He disclosed that there was a He charged: that the that ministers of Operation Breadbasket in Cleveland NEW YORK-An Intensive fair-bousing ordinance.

drop of nearly ))00 per cent in "conflict abroad was" linked with have won their first big victory for Jobs and economic development life membership, The three were Leon M. Des- '

lawyer-legislators compared thr riots at home. in the Neero community here. stepped-up 20 NAACP branches in pres ((5th), A.A. (Sammy) Ray-

'25 years ago. Pointing out that despite the The settlement with Sealtest among California has been initiated by ner ((6th), and William Cousins We don't mind carryingold

"A decade ago" he said, Kennedy Xdmlnfstratlon and Foods providing 50 new and upgraded suppliers and contractors the National Association for the (8th). r
"lawyers composed nearly 80 early initiatives of the Great Jobs and a variety of Expand tinanical services to The aldermen said they hope fashioned pointedtoes
Advancement of Colored
per cent of all our legislators. Society the air is still polluted measures to stimulate Negro Negro wholesale and retail ple. Life MemtU'Jb1pAaslstallt peo to make it illegal for homeowners in medium &
Today the number has dwindled the rivers are still con. business and employment,came firms which are substantial as well as real estate
Edward B. Muse has been designated -
to less than 39 per cent and the laminated and the cities still after a three-week selective consumers Sealtest products. brokers to discriminate in sellIng -, high heels at
to coordinate the drive
trend is downward. It is reachIng glutted That is why the trial- buying campaign against the Continue supporting community or leasing residences
During his 24-day tour of the
a danger point where the bar-4he voice of the people company. camp programs and donating Since the "weak, complicated
state Muse and Mrs Me-
country may soon find itself in -must speak," be said. Operation Breadbasket, a program products for them and Join Mr. 1964 fair .hous1lle or
WJfrers widow of the martyred
a position of creating: laws of The newly elected officers of of Or. King's Southern .others who are supporting a Negro gar NAACP, Mississippi leader dinance" was passed, not a
legislative leaders untrained in the American Trial lawyersare scholarship fund. single real estate broker has
Christian Leadership Conference
will represent the association We till NQ. 1
the logic of the law." Samuel Langerman of Arizona was launched here June The SCLC: Breadbasket ministers bad his license revoked, they are '
at four conventions National
After pointing out that better president; Orville Richardson 1 as part of awlde-rugtngclvll agreed to end the select, Dental Association the Alpha complained in prices and-
"trained desperately of Missouri, first vice campaign and reportto "We are all '
people are rights project led by SCLC and ive-buying Phi Alpha Fraternity and doing we can ,elect'iOR'for
needed throughout the criminal president; Morgan P. Ames of the United Pastors Association. the Negro community that !this summer to make this a
the Pacific Coast Convocation
Justice system" and that an Connecticut, second vice president Breadbasket Is organized around Sealtest has adopted the new of the United Holy Church of better place for all to live," "Back toMONOGRAM'
Inquiry by educated persons ; Joseph Schneider of minlsterswhotvestigate program for employment opportunities the aldermen said
America all meeting in LosAngeles
must be made Into the causes Massachusetts, .treasurer;. employers, negotiate and tale and economic development ( and the United M rt.'race' Among Chicago's suburbs school"z
of Vice PresidentHumpttey re- Skokie Evanston and
only
violence direct;action if necessrytose. i ,
'declared.8 t ";f-_ ':' :':''tupl'Wllllani''Tomareof: "Ne1eJerney cure jobs and economic benefit Dr.'KlDe called the'agreement'"a San Francisco.Banker of America la Batavia were considering the 1

"Your training and education: parliamentarian for Negroes. SCLC started the demonstration to all men of ,passage of open housing or- .. .
as ,lawyers Imposes a responsibility program m Atlanta five yearn- good will that business institutions ***** jtfinances

on you even more than Texan Offers Plans go. Breadbasket ministers have and ministers can Join together

on others I want the word since then, won many thousands with the- belief that the

spread through you ranks that of Jobs throughout the South and economic and social future of
you are going to defend the For Racial UnrestFORT in Chicago Last month SCLC, the Cleveland metropolitan area

peoples of this country,that you' WORTH, 1EXAS.{(NPI) convened 150 leading clergymen Is dependent upon the economicand 'I '
are going to defend their rights, The fast-growing Texas Capi.- from 42 major cities to make social uplifting of the black :

that you are going to work to Life Insurance to Breadbasket a nationwide pro- community within that amr ket." r'A .
company .
lor their that The SCLE president pointedout
rights, you are extend and expand its ,tram.
going to talk to them about agency that "lack of income and SUP.JERMAR'THESE
force
through out the state., The first agreement in Cleve,
their responsibllties, and, Jobs In the slums breeds the
according to an annoucement land announced at a news
was .
above all, that you are going last week ay President Joe conference by Dr. King local riots through which many A- ,
a.
to see that this Republic Is what Terrell. He ,merlcan cities: have suffered til.
said andSealtest officials. AT EDGEWOOD
agency expansion ministers ( PRICES GOOD JHRRBEH SUttDAT _
It says it is: (ne nation underGo has become
a must since Rev JonathanEalyRev.CharlesWatklns
indivisible with liberty and the firm's charter permits the and Rev. JohiCompton I ILESSINfiSI IUSSINGS
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for an.' It can be no DiXIE CRYSTAL
Justice, firm to operate on state wide represented the U.P.A.,and Mr.
less" basis. and Mr. Crank The man born with the gift "
C. R. Turney
Sen. Moodale said that the The Sealtest. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon 1 WITH $5.00 5 LB.
company started out about Seymour represented
trial bar must "assemble a settlement Dealtest Georgia It is through God RMIIOIE 39 C.
a year ago operating within Under the ,
a SUGAR
for the people sensitiveto that I all evil
lobby hundred mile raduis of its Fort agreed with SCLOs BreadbaketagreedwitASCLC's can remove conditions FOOD DRIER BAG
the rights of the people and Worth home office: and after some questions you may
Breadbasket wish to know. I
perfecting its family group policy II'
Ex Snick Director Inquities have come from and the U.P.A.todotheseth1np:' tO YOU NEED MONEY? I .
many distant sections of the 1 Hire and promote at least 50
havea E MY SICKNESS NATURAL? BLUE PLATE .
Hired As Consultant state Negro employees.Jobs
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP -
annual in '
value of $300,000
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WAS tG1 144iii'rha: ap- ,DRINKING?
pointment Marlon Barry,for This family group policy allows come CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED -.
director of the a family of up to eight List all jobopeningswithem'ployment ? MAYONNAISE 39
mer Washington
the black
In
Student NonvlolentCoordinWog members to Insure for a little community.sources H t; ; :

Committee, anti-poverty con as $2 per month with ages "Seek prospective employees They call me the Rootman}

sultant for the United Organi ranging from 0 to 75 years. through counselors at predominantly But I am only a servant of God'
salon, an anti-poverty group, He said 1966 expenditures for schools. Because God Is the answer to
Negro high
was announced by UPO last Negroes In Texas for insurance In all life's problems I am the
show that they spend a unto Train Negro employees COLD POWER
week. personnel management King of all Day Prophets. Sen], I
Bra chief task will be to over one per cent of the near- I for my special selected Bible

draw "alienated youths" into ly $U billion total for insuranceand lag Strengthen committee the at Job the interbtew main office ,.verses To be read onSPECIAlI/ i VITH ss.oo OR MORE FOOD D''OER.
and his first Negro-owned firms get less DAYS.
poverty program,
proJect will be the establishment thab 50 per cent of this total located in a Negro com Send a self-addressed, stamp DETERGENT

of a nightclub for teen Offerings oLthe Texas Capitol munity.Deposit funds in the.Qunicy ed envelope and $2.00 for Bible jANTWATER

The night club will serve Terrell said, will eventual and Loan Association ,verses and spiritual Messages.. 49
,,'the dual purpose of gathering ly include all types of insurancethat Savings and seek to expand use of other You will receive Bible verses -

place tor youths, while providing are pecessaryforcomplete Negro institutions In the future. by return mail. I II
them with Jobs. Last Summer protection local i Send TO:
"It ,will take a sizable and Advertise In a Negrc
Burr rID nerle.of street Jtev. Roosevelt Franklin
dances for young people efficient agency force to put newspaper training 630 Morrow Avenue WILSON'S
-Provide more op
veteran of seven years with over this proposed program, employees Macon, Georgia 31301
Negro
SNCC, Barry resignedthii year and the agency force will have Including
financial aid. 1 WITH 55.00 3
to devote more time to Dls- to be adequately trained for services I specialize In all case work

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BEACH, FU.-Most of the tropical world's sightseeing TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Two Florida AIM University graduates -
highlights are gathered stand around Miami Beach presently employed in industry, Dr. Ira C. Robinson,
for eisj comfortable Tiering by and Theodore Rims Jr., Oil the two top executive posts
of New York based Incentive Associates. Incentive: Associates I
Within the Girl's flaw-en bit more venturesome in their Is an Investment club associated with the National Association:
closed Garden Center, for example exploring have millions of Investment Clubs.
is a miniature tropical acres, above and below water,
cloud forest. Here are thriving in which to watch birds, alligators Membership in Incentive Associates participate la the management'
such exotic plants U orchids, and fish in their own Is limited and by Invitation of the partnership and to foUgsrInvestments '
bromeUads, anthuriums, and natuaral habitat. only. Invitations are trends.
other species that would re. The Everglades National park offered mainly to young adult ,Dr.Robinson, whole president
quire days of mountainous hiking Includes a million and a third professionals who wish to pool of the group is a 1961 graduate)
to discover in their natural acres reserved for wild life their resources as ".mall"iD. at FAMU with a major in pharaiacy. -
habitat. such as ibis, alligators and the vectors on a regular basis in* He is a former president;
In Fairchild Garden, on. the last colony of crocodiles in of the F AIl (,student body and(
United States deer, otter editor of the University news
mainland If the largest COllactiosi the ;
thslonce Be received Us Pi;?.
of palms in the Western panther and other animals paper.
hemisphere. Some bristle were numerous but now degree from the University of,
have almost disappeared. The Florida in 1968. Leaving the,
with thorns, other bear fruit
from,which oil is pressed In park entrance Is but a two- University uFloldabeaccepted -j
Africa, honey extracted in In hour drive from Miami Beach. 1 his current position as research
Pennekamp Coral Reef Park scientist, Chas. Mien
dia. Along with the palms, the
garden's ISO-plus acres fea includes 20 miles of a growing and Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N.T.,
tart other trees, vines and coral reef Inhabited by angel, when he is engaged In pharmaceutical
shrubs collected from every parrot and other fish and many \, h Y product research and,,
part of the tropical world. varieties of aquatic plant life., N 1 development.
Like the Miami Beach Garden It also can be reached in two Mr. Nlms, vice president of
Center, Fairchild makes no admission hours. Undersea gardens maybe the organization recetvedaBS.
charce.Commerc1a1 viewed through glass-bottom degree from FAIlUwith a major
sightseeing attractions boats or by face mask and r! in business In 1962 and begaa
display birds,animals snorkel of skin divers. .work with General Electric.: He
and orchids in lush gardens Visitors may take sightseeingbuses recently was promoted to district -
where the visitor may wander to most of the attrac: stocks and o sales representative
securities. Members GeneralElectric.
for hours. Fascinating to many Urns, with trips ranging froma JV are required to actively :Housewares Division,
1
is the Serpentarium operatedby few hours to all day. Scenic .
William Hakst. Haast for cruise in and around Miami
has injected himself with Beach also provide popular outIngs -
years Income Tax Coarse Offered To Public
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tiny doses of snake venom, all through the year. \ t
thereby building an Immunity "Income Tax," a course on sons.
that has on numerous occasion preparing Income tax returns The non-credit course will be
saved his lite when be has leach ShortsMIAMI more effectively will be offered taught by Thomas Costello, accounting -
been bitten by his charges. this fan at Mlaml-Dade Junior Instructor
Even the fish have been BEACH, FLArScientist College South. Offered by the Department of
brought indoors for viewing at the University of 'Miami Topics to be covered include Continuing E-hration, the
through glass walls of tanks Marine laboratory are experimenting income from stocks and bonds classes will meet Wednesday
In the Seaquarlum. On display with thelotr1cuf.ncprojeet income from rental property, evenings during the 13-week
are hundreds of species of raising pompano. This capital gains, buslnessandpor- Fall term (CSepU-Dec.9)).
including many colorful reef finest of all fist for eating, tonal deductions and special Fee Is $10. Registration maybe
fish, while the friendly por brings about $1 a pound, but tax concession for retired per made at the South Campus
poise have been trained to perform to far the costs and hazards For information phone 274-1161.
many tricks in their dally :;,: pompano "ranching are 1
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Livly Coalitions To Rise Receive HoBsitg Help.


,made LoDe IIea1UI1 plagued lungr aJmo8t**"*" drainage tartto dat'haw 'Y FFCSJ A Qiiot U.S. Mks! SANTA BABEL, Fernando PoNPIV: ( official reports pre
rtlSdeDt8 ci 1M M0Ile
I Ala., suburb erf TrID1tJ Gardena' true on this oblongshaped, Spanish-speaking island o9 the
now as rlahter days 1( A young couple whose limited income forced them to lire coast:A the Cameroon Republic la the Gulf of Gvtsa-Fer.nahdo

Their hopes 1. apart was united recently in shiny, new Washington, D.C. Po Is about the only place on earth where employment
received a much and needed aspirations .daring construction. Trinity/ apartment complete with ample living room, modem kitchen, da nonexistent. Account to 63,000 IslandJnhaMtants labor
with the aanowBeaent that boost i,Gardens expects other fringe bedroom and bath. force has to be augmented yearly by recruitment of Nigerian -
a benefits. iftelf change in living conditions and Camerooolan Immigrants.LONDON ,.
.,100 pint tim the / atvL Another couple
0.5. youthful in the
without In
Joseph Langan former Maya N any change
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Department of Bousing and Ur- of Mobile who helped to toy their resources-was made, l i i.development is equally -(NPI-Klot machine operators are still being'plagued -
tan
Development will provide' 'the framework the project possible by an quietly operating enthusiastic and, typical of t the by tile.effects of the one-time regime d President
adequate facilities.water and sewerage!!, observed "This grant Federal agency which finances need met by the Fannie Mae Kwame Nkramah of Ghana. Thousands ot Ghanaian coins,
Will be catalyst to complete sound; decent houstog.I aided program. This couple, now worthless but which were minted before Nkruman was
"Wears UH happy about this I'tor ousted in absentia. Having the same site Is the BrltUMow
:development ot this area. Proper moderate-income families, Mr. and Mrs Edwin Young
Irani laid Leonard Evans drainage win make it feasible I Many thousands of American and their two children, were shillings taken wing piece the coins are said to be part of
president of
Chic Club "Q Trinity win Gardens to pave the streets. Improved families in this Income range1 .'able to move from her mother's the loot robbery of (he Royal Mint.TDJDOUF .
make
reaflj public transportation, y have benefited similarly Improved home to the project because
a blf difference for our 1000 ALGERIA-CNPO-Thls North African Independent
|as well as other city services Jhelteruaruultottb1l the rent was modest enough to '
residents V for another dipute with neighboring -
wow d nation If better prepared now
twffl become avalHble both agency's financing assistance.
f
to
The all-Negro community.! Its ; be met wlm his mall clerk's Morocco over where its western border lies, with
Toe is Fannie Mae
Trinity Gardens and the adjoin* agency ,
three-iuare mile Unking Tindouf, at
highway
area locatedsome : salary. the completion of a
the
ing ot Plateau popular name for the Spanish
community on aMore .
35 feet below The moderate Sahara and "Mauritania borderson
sea level), Federal National Association rents of the the Junction of the
adequate basis. Mortgage -
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which has relied on outdoor privies, .; In a few years,the former Mayor ot the Department ot 82 unit project-and those oft the south, with Colomb Bechar, halfway up the nothen
t the other 300 similar developments and Morocco. Construction of the
believes, Trinity Gardens Housing and Urban Development. border between Algeria
city The ar.actaaDrprob1bblcl"'l 1 iiwlfl become the kind of com' Fannie Mae is slightly now occupied-Is made $ZJ million road was begun I n 19(3 after Algeria tailed
tanks inanity In which its residents: known by the public for its possible principally through the. in Its brief tussle with Morocco over the site of the border
below-market interest rate financing
can take true civic pride. f il Secondary Market Operations line, in an area of large undeveloped Iron ore deposits.
ches and
standing water multi; HOT Assistant Secretary z under which It buys mortgagesfrom provided by Fannie....
ply health hatards. Poor
drain-: .Charles M. Roar, whose office private lenders and thus
ace prevents paring the streets; ot expands the amount ot credit
Metropolitan
Development
NOW!
,
When become .
they -
Impassable. '
available
:administers highly nee... for regular mortgage
and after Heavy rains, police, fire'!:' .,ful water and sewer program,; PE01I>n: -( bIrt Cleckley, ua1staJd.professor ot mill* .financing 4 l HCATIOK
collection
garbage : services"' commented on the grant: tary science at Florida .AIM University, was recently Not so well known, however,
are femfttee all but unavailable to many "The chief aim ot this program moted to major In the United States Arm,. A 1958 graduatepro of is Fannie Mae's special assistance TO SERVE YOI.
Is to help areas whose need is South Carolina State College, Major Cleckley Joined the AMU financing ot housing for .
Starting la September, all this most II1'pU-arIU chaff even 'ROTC staff in October, 1966.He is a native of Orangebnrg, S.C. those with special needs. One 3110 Ei.ei.i.
will change as construction begins -. today, have no water or sewerage -'! FAMU stag photo by Ernest Fillyau. of these programs Is the be- Ave. West
on water and sewer lines to ..
lowmarket interest rate financing
systems. This grant, ass
connect. with municipal facilities. candid Illustration, serves the for housing moderate 3701 EBJISBI
.
Teh project: which also
very direct and immediate par-! Income families 030 Cissit An.
ill provide city sewer connection THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKSJust This established e e
pose of improving the health and: program was -
for nearby Plateau. Ala.,I I living standards ot the people'; In 1961 to meet the) special 1024 Wist learn
will cost an estimated f 1,408- of Trinity Gardens What bet- how; much are'thi educationalsystems of the various housing needs of those families
"000. Construction will Include 'ter role for Gawermmenitersa10 cities throughout the nation to blame for the recent outbreaks whose income are too high for /
water transmission and distribution of violence and looting which has occurred in recent weeks? public housing but not sufficient
lines, interceptor The HUD grant,supplementing1 Some sources hold It to be a major tactor.whlle others say to enable them to rent good
..llN pumping stations, and city revenues, is admlnstered that It is responsible in varying lesser degrees.At dwellings on the market. |
force mains. Completion of the under a grant-ln-eid program a Congressional hearing during the recent rlotings, the Some 40,000 'families in 300
project Is slated for May 19M. authorized by Section 702 of the charge was made that in a typical city visited by violence, 59 projects across the Nation are
Residents ot Trinity Gardens Housing and Urban Development: per cent of all the male youths between the age of 16 and a now enjoying decent living conditions
havetaken an active part in the' Act ot 196S. The program was were out school (dropouts) and out of work. as a result ot Fannie",
solution ot their problems. enacted to aid and encourage This percentage presented a force that "was social dyna- Mae's purchases ot FHAihsnred : -:
Banding together in the Trinity communities to build water and, mite" and promoted a call for an estimated 300,00 Job opportunities mortgages under this TODAY ,OF OUR NEWBAKERY
Gardens Civic Club shortly after sewer facilities to promote for the youths to "defuse" the dynamite. program. In addition to this .
annexation by Mobile, their their efficient and orderly The national mood places the entire burden of undoing the flnniylpg Of $500 milling
first achievement was toe acquisition i growth development..Grants Ills od fe facto segregation upon the schools, while educators another SL4 billion is scheduled
ot a few fire hydrants, 1 can Include up to 50 percent of protest that not only must schools Integrated, but also the all- to be used In financing DEPARTMENTAT
with water contributed by a thecost ot building and Improving led problems of housing and employment three of which another 102,000 units housing
nearby community. I water and sewer facilitiesto they contend would spawn true Integrated living and sound the in about 800 projects.
Next, they attemptek to construct meet current and tutors death knell to dUsentlon and outbreaks. For many thousands of taml-<* OUR NEW EDGEVVOOD STORE
a patchwork ot one and growth needs ot communities lies benefiting under the pro-
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two-inch pipe lines.to provide and metropolitan areas. To be access. gram, the move has been from
pare dlrnklng water' lso SVD- eligible, such projects must be run-down quarters and slums We Bake Cakes ,for All Occasions
plied by a nearby system-lor consistent ilth area-wide water Date -processing is becoming quite the thing in the public to decent apartments.
some homes. Meanwhile, cl i- and sewer planning as part ot school systems-.especially: in the administrative work. Area Listen to what the change
leD delegations petitionedtor an comprehensive planning for development schools around the nation's capital have already begun use of means to Mrs. Velma Dolloson,
extension ot municipal taclll- *the area. computers for such things as taking attendance, gradlngstandardlsed the la.ear-oldmotll.rwbowWa 'FRESH
'. ties. tests and keeping financial records. her husband and baby girl 'Just 2
A few Incidences otdtptherla tBJ Names Wilkins1Toaf4atlRion Even students are getting experience in the rudiments of pro- moved Into their new Washington LIMIT 2 .
in the area gave rise to Increased -' gramming and other aspects ot computer science. D.C. home (at 1701 BREAD LOAF ,

I concern about the health ) However, despite invaslonot the public school systems, It Gainesville St..S.EJ: ): .
I hazards resulting.from' a larksewer Unit l' will several years before computers.'! 'will make**"their* appearance .* :-.., SI really do like this ; .: ,Mxlhr..i t.: Ih."ql'!! '"'
of facilities Ida the et>, in the classroom. apartment. II has everything.
istence ot open drainage dit WASHXNGTON-Aoy,, executive I ever wanted And I was : y 1)' 'V''
ches. The DeeclllJI'adeqaate..- director ot the National Association ewe. sass '
shocked to find It so reasonable. -
L veer service and the makeshift for the Advancement of ." FRESH RAKED SWEET
r'' water system frustrated home Colored People,has been named ATL.UITJ.-.AD Atlanta university dean has called for a studyof Before moving into this '
owners' ettortstolmprovethelr 'a member olPr.sS4.ntJohD- the problems Southern Negroes have In gaining access to moderate-rent apartment,Mrs. 490 C
I property and prevented the enforcement son's -ll-member Commission public libraries.: Dolloson and their baby daughter POTATO [.
housing codes that on Civil Disorders. Mr. WU- Writing in the Wilson Library BuUenUn, Dr. Virginia Lacy lived with her mother and PIE

Is necessary for community-: bins and Sen.Edward m.Brooke Jones, dUD, Atlanta University School ot Library Service,said her husband Herbert, 21, with, H"
e.I wide improvement.Says are the only two Negro members the study was especially needed because of the historic practice a friend Now, living together, 1
I', commission.Tbe states ot denying library services to Negroes.
Civic Club president Evan of t the high-power In Southern the world looks much brighter '
"- *, "The people herein most, President announced the "Now that the legal barriers to such practices have been surmounted to the Dollosons. Mr. Dolloson, .t <
:1 concerned with improvements/ establishment of the Commission ," Dr. Jones wrote, "actual progress needs to be documented a part-Urn newspaper circulation
;, but we needed the water and sewer and named Its members in terms of the benefits ot library use that are being worker and professional
j facilities to get going."! at the conclusion ot a moving derived by Negro citizens." boxer,'hopes eventually DOUGHNUTS."t39C
While the project obclouslr! nation-wide television aptpeal j Teh dean also called for a study of the promotion of Negro to get 1Itopllslcaltra1n1nl
will raise health standards and end to violence lathe professional librarians and the policies that govern their appointment work.
cities.a
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SATIIIIT AUGUST M, 1SS7


Grambling Will Be Seeking It's Third Straight SAC Title This "67 Grid Season




. Leafs Stan Johnson Playing Granbling College Placed Tigers' 67 Reservoir |Is'" .


Less But, Enjoying It More 'Starter On -Star Team Overflowing With Talent

TORONTO, ont. Veteran With the Leafs, he batted .268 "
outfielder Stan Johnson of the in 1965 and .274 last year for CHICAGO, m.-omewhert in statistics for the SIn College GRABBLING, La. -The football reservoir at Grambllng
Toronto Maple Leafs Is playing Dick Williams' teams, which All-Star game there is an obvious testimonial to the board College is overflowing with the pendulum swinging in the
less but that doesn't mean swept Governors' Cup playoff of football played at Grambllng College direction a third strlaght Southwestern Athletic Conference

be Is enjoying It more, In spited championship both years. A certain amount of anonymity with him was being able to 9 1 title, but Glum Eddie Robinson will embark on the 1967 cam-
the tact he's having his best Perhaps one of his biggest .
is inevitable for a small- follow a GrambllDg tradition Dalcn with the usual nesslmlsm.
season at the plate In nine ,contributions to the Bostor
and the North Louisiana, and establish himself in the bb.OD '
college
years of competition at the organization was his influence is a. self-effacing the ultimate- weapeon Harris'passing
school is obscured LSU and eyes of coaches as the best I
Triple-A level on rookie Reggie Smith during by man who seldom projects his would delight the heart
Tulane in big area headlines guard In camp. true colors. of any coach. He also calls
Through July 25, the 30-year 1966 Johnson
Jhe season.
old Johnson owned a .336 aver -..- each season, but on the play All-Star starters in addition For the past 26 summers be plays with daring and brilliance
with only Elrlo Jimenes of i log field among All-Star contemporaries to Davis were Gene Washington, has predicted a horrendous and is particularly adroit at
age,
the Columbus Jets and Felix: Grambllng stalwarts LE (Michigan State) Gent epidemic of misfortunes for the checking off at toe line of scrim-
II'j Upshaw LT (Texas All) Tom
MUlan of the Richmond Braves enjoy spotlight. Tigers. mage.
ahead of him in the race for While it is true that Ernie Regner, LG (Notre Dames),Bob Despite his sour-grapes mum Harris is backstopped by versatile
the batting title Neither John Ladd, Buck Buchanan, Al* Hyland C. (Boston College), bUng, Grambling is its usual Wesley Bean,, highly-.
son nor Milan however, is l phrase Dotson and Norman Mike Current. RT (Onto State), muscular self with enough depth regarded 202-pound Journeyman
likely to accumulate enough Davis had to wait for wide Tom Boer, RE (Houston),Steve and maturity to figure prominently kicker and passer; who
times at bat to be an official public recognition, they were Spurrier, QB (Florida), Floyd W ? in the leagues title pic- handles all quarterback chores
'
contender. not content to sit on the covet Little, LRB (Syacuse), Mel ture. knowingly.The .
Johnson's playing less is a invitation, but beat out more Fair, RH (UCLA), and Dave Specifically, the Tigers are offense was entrusted to
combination of both accident :# celebrated Juggernauts to earn Williams, FB (Washington. well-heeled !be bactr1e1cl,but his direction long enough last
and design.He All-Star starting berths. Robinson will probably wrestle eason to provide coaches witha
fouled a ball onto his right Ladd, Buchanan and Dotson .... with a constantly changing line- latitude of choice. Bean passedfor
foot early In June and was forced I were All-Star starters at tackle I'Managers Say Alston '. up la his interior line where 604 yards and averaged
while Davis displayed sufficient replacements fall far short of 3 29
out of the lineup for a period of s yards on punts.
ten days. Twice he has been ruggedness, willingness and the All-American artistry of This stellar*duo has excellent'
hit by*a pitch on his right versatility to start at guard Rigney Top -Pilafs'NEW Norman Davis and James Todd. receivers in senior end Robert
band, which sidelined him for with the 1967 All-Stars. This is the year-of-declsion Atkins, especially impressive
two or three games each time. He claims the nomenclature YORK-Walt Alston of In the nation's toughest small- at 215-pounds; halfback Essex
Manager Eddie Kasko is responsible ,was unimportant. The big thing the Los Angeles Dodgers and ."1ar college conference and, along Johnson, 185 pound Junior,1 who
for Johnson's en- Bin Rigney of the California- 1 with Grambllng Southern UnIversity combines speed and power; and
forece periods of rest. Kasko Rich Allen Thinks Angels are the best managers Jackson State, Prairie Charlie Joiner, sensational
decided at the start of the season in their respective leagues- Mury Wills Respond for Denny View and possibly Arkansas 175-pound Junior with amazing
be would use Johnson in Stan Johnson Juan Better Than Koo( i cording to the results of a sur* Wills AM1N are waiting for responsibility moves and quickness.
Gets "Second Wind" to be heaped on wide Each time Joiner
the starting lineup only one roomed with Smith and vey concluctedamoncthe runs a pat-
game of a double-header whenever was a NEW YORK "Even when league managers themselves. shoulders.All tern, he is the tintype of a
,
possible, and also he would constant companion. Smith improved Koufu was around, I thought,I The results of the survey, appearing -, After Walker's Departure signs point to an evenly great receiver in action He
treniuudously during the Harry
rest him on the infrequent occasions and the Marichal was !the best, says in the current issue of matched race and a generalfreeforall caught 34 passes for 822 yards
when the Leafs faced a season won batting title Philadelphia Phillie slugger SPORT Magazine, snow Alston PITTSBURGH-Maury Wills his throughout theeigniieam M a Ronhninnr and _stored_ __
got "second -- n
with
wind"
a .320 average, and be Richie Allen in an article in the after
lefthanded pitcher. with four of the nine possible Harry Walker and the Pirates loop.On nine touchdowns.In :
parted
credited Johnson with and
tips that company, Danny
tenure of SPORT
"I think Ifs better to take helped him.Johnson current Maga* National League votes (managers Murtaugh thought he was looking at the greatest third baseman the strength of a highly spring drills, Grambllng
him out occasionally for a game tine. were not permitted) to vote that ever participated In a game of baseball. potent air Grambllngcould backs showed that they bece
to rest him than to play him was picked for the Allen, in comparing former for themselves) and Rigney listed successfully run the SWAC fitted extensively from! hard
every game until he gets tired Club starting in lineup for the Northern Los Angeles Dodger, pitcher on three American League Wills accomplished don't want to remind the guantlet. Last fall the Tigers knocks of the 1966 campaign..
and is forced to rest," his UlehnternationalLeagueAllStar Sandy Koufax with San Fran- ballots. of opening Murtaugtfs they made a bad trace tasked in the spotlight with a Rebuilding started with halfbacks
manager reasoned. Game at Richmond on cisco Giant hurler Juan Mari Other National League pilotsto astonishing fielding want to keep reminding t-2-1) record and shared the where Leroy Carter, the
The combination of ralnoutsand July] 31/ because of his "torrid chat, puts L this way: receive support are Leo Dur.hA. ordinary bitting and still play at 34.1 got the championship with the Southern most effective ball carrier.

racial disturbances has hitting "KnirfaT_____ vac n_ I._ _thrower_____ .-...-.. .rI.. th...... I'hlwa"" .......n." M."" .......... -_"A- above and beyond they thought I was Jagurars. graduated to the Buffalo Bills
created a backbreaking schedule n Marlchal is a pitcher. With Dave Bristol of the Cincinnati duty. old and my legs would not Robinson notes ruefully that The running attack show
for the Leafs in the first Koufax, If he had a three Reds with no two rotes each,and Wills sat out the up. I'm proving I'm not too the current squad is woefully noticeable Improvement with
three weeks of August. SPORT NOTESAn and 0count on you, you looked Gene Mauch of the Philadelphia games of Walker's and my leg is fine." thin in both quantity and quality Essex Johnson rekindling hope
Signed originally by DarloLo- for smoke With Marichal, he's Phillies with one. Atlanta to rest his even prepared for the wit b few players worthy ofmention. from the wing;Charles Burkina,,
dlglanl for the White Sox or- article in the current issue got five pitches and be can In the American League, Gil Of course, nobody series by receiving In fact, be can hardly 200-pounds, sweeping the ends;
ganlutlon, Johnson,lefty-hit of SPORT Magazine reveals bring them all in. Hodges of the Washington Sen- was to be Walker's to leave Sunday be persuaded to utter an encouraging and either Terry Williams,215-'
ter and thrower, batted .282 bow Dodger outfielder Al Fer- "In a tough spot, Marichal ators picked up a pair of votes but, as it turned out for Los Angeles and word.Apparently pound fullback, or Henry Jones,
at Davenport in the Three-I rara Improved Us fielding. win throw me a fastball or a and Ralph Bout of the New York was released Just beat the team there and he has taken a a 235-pound slasher, blitzing
League in 1957. The following "I've learned bow to charge slider, sidearm. Koufax always Yankees, Alvin Dark of the Kansas nlghter with the a good night's sleep. cue from Shakespeare's oft up the middle.
year, be posted a career high groundballs," says Ferrara. came with that blazer. City Athletics,Eddie Stanky Forbes Field. was in Los Angeles before quoted line, "uneasy lies the Other exceptional runners
of .364 with the pennantwinning got a credit card." "Let me give you an Illustration of the Chicago White Sox and The scampering Ight, but the Pirates rose head that wears a crown." who, theoretically, should add
Colorado Spring Sky Sox ," continues Allen. "With Hank Bauer of the Baltimore. baseman played both 6 a.m., the following day Contrary to his claim that vitality are Charles Xddlson,
.....
in "::e Class A Western League. Koufax if he had a threenothingcount Orioles each had one Murtaugtfs debut and flew to Los Angeles for goo fortunes seldom smile on 17Z-pouncIsenlor; Hilton Craw-
tfohnson led the league in bits on you, men on first and Houston's Grady Hatton calls ended, Murtaugh start of the series. Grambllng the Tigers are definitely ford, 195-pound senior Roger
and runs, but finished third Former middleweight champ third, he'd say, 'Okay, hit this.' Alston "the best manager In ft.e Wills' locker and it paid off. Maury com beaded in !the right Williams, 180-poundaenlor;
In batting behind his outfield Rocky Graziano reveals in the And then he'd blaze it in there. major leagues." Says Grady, "Hunks." a big series against the direction. Guessperts expect Alvin Richardson, 190-pound
mates, Jim AcAneny and Joe current issue of SPORT Magazine He'd challenge you a bit more "You think of the Dodgers and When questioned about on his second trip to rapid and tangible progress. sophomore.
Hicks who batted .400 and how his daughter came to with his fastball. But Marichal you think,of Wins,.Koufax and tow games in one Angeles. Historian will not that while Richardson's swivalhippeddimension
.382, respectively be named Roxee, spelled can't do that. He's got to pitchto Drysdale. But Alston's entitledto weak knee, Wills Robinson is a poor soothsayers,. are more:readily
Prior 10 j Joining the leafs in R-O-X-E-E instead of you, and thafi what makes much of the credit for the success prised. Juniors Shock he ranks as one of the organizing 'apparent, and be could become
1965 when the Red Sox shifted R-O-X-r-E. him the best. He can get out on of the team. He's rebuilt it "Hie two-day rest geniuses of college an Instant beadliner. "-
their working agreement from "It was the doctor's mistake," several different pitches," con several Umes.He's doing it knee strong;' he f. Net Snonxors football. On .-son.1N.' '1'1_.-. h...
Seattle to Toronto, Johnson hada says Rocky. "He asked me bow several different pitches,"con right now. He's steady, patient, so it did,because It -ATA-Junior'North Caro- The genial mentor has developed few 1 qualms'about their; ability
lifetime mark of .294 for to spell It." cludes Allen in the SPORT article. !knows bow to use his per at bat too. players are playing for the more AU-Americans to move the ball, but the defense
six season in Triple-A. **** sonnel." In the first ten time In the North Carolina and professional stars than any must be persuaded that
.the leadership of Closed Tournament- other small -college coach in It can really develop into a
rates won five, lost the North Carolina of the country. cohesive unit.GrambUog .
was the hottest thing in faster."I by reaching the semi Thirty two ex- Grambllnggrldders was hurt most be
ATTENTION JAXONSThe at bat. He crashed 19 In three divisions. Lucas nave signed Americanand the loss tackle Norman Davis.
38 times at bat for the semi-finals in the National Football League His departure 1s one of the big
j clip and raised his 14 and under 16 champion contracts for the coming sea reasons for Coach Robinson's ,
from .282 to .304 In while Mike Ruffin reached tic.son. From this *.ma prophecy of utter doom. I
Moreover, he played in semi-finals by beating Bo The 265-pound All American
games, including two and Bob Kourry. Both son and his staff have struck demonstrated 111, superstar potential
headers upon a new concept for indoctrination In the College AU-Star
Ruffin earlier this
Florida Star Will Publish Wills is the type of Lucas win play in the It is into the pro ranks. game in Chicago before Joining I
almost impossible
I who manages to gear 16 semi-finals against to Baltimore to help the Colts with
for certain occasions. and will have an op watch a football game on TV- their shortcomings.To .
ways wants to be to get revenge for live or on celluloid without gain Increased public re-
the Giants and the '! defeat. The fans seeing a Grambling product! !in 0 cognition and remove most
He dislikes the bewildered over the play action. skepticism, tile Tigers will have
Your cause of the Lucas and Ruffin show- Robinson's Impressive 162* to show quick improvement all
the 63-11 career won-loss record along me line.
and
; ,. years and finesse as they
Dodgers are his down' their opponents shines like a beacon, and has Only four veteran tackles are
Church News CM News ex-teammates, be wants Lucas, seeded No. 110 given football a special kind of available for the pass rush and
Water CMalley he made and under, defeated Joe stability Louisiana and appeal on the North newcomers, while big in size,
rible mistake in of campus. are undistinguished.
Lexington N.C.
,
Off the field be
: He leaves nothing 6-2 and then whipped abstains from Big Richard Lee, a 260-pound
Social swearing smoking and drink giant who should earn some *
Notes WetU.ng AnnouncementsFREE Insure a 100 percent White of Greensboro,
lag, and has demonstrated
mance. His aches and 6-1, and David John by kind of award for durabllty after
seem to disappear at Wlnston-Salem, 8-1, 1-0 example his precept that "you tolling in obscurity behind All-
get out of life
what
you put into Americans Frank Cornish
of the Giants and 16 and under division. .. anti
OF CHARGE these are the games he Ruffin, seeded No. S in It.It win come Davis along with Harold Jones,
as a big surprise, 245
m under, defeated Don Kirk pound brother of all-pro
isn.isn't but Robinson and his Tigers are Deacon Jones
difficult to Gap, N.C., 9-7.6-3 of the Los Angeles
no longer stubborn
fro those teams," Lash defeated fluent advocates of Rams Earnest Sterling, a 239
plained. "As a matter of of Chapel run, 6-2, a rampaging, stay-co-the pound Junior with plepty of
We'll Publish Your Picture the adrenalin seems to and Ron Cable of Greens finally ground] been attack.convinced The coach that has the savvy and mammoth Clifford
pumping Just! a little 8-Z, 8.Z. football is Gasper, 285 pound sophomore,
aerodmamlcallvound. have earned the resoect of em.

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Experts Predict Packer Repeat Over Chiefs !In The 2nd Annual Super Bowl "I




THIS N' THAT IN SPORTS Congressman Explains All Receives AffenlioiAttffe Green Say Sees As Top Dog


,.In.What: the has last beet tilt most slirtfficant change In AFL football, Sports Coverage Bill In. '67 fro GrU.ron Rub
couple of years? Most AFL coacbei point to 1m-.
'. proved defense. But there are a variety of opinions. Here they NEW YORK, -Congressman + NEW YORK-Tbe Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs
. are u expressed: by tilt coaches Richard L. Ottlae (dept 'SIi
MIKE HOLOVAK Boston Patriots a recent poll: N.Y. Is taking step to stop will battle it out for tilt pro football championship in the Super
scoring games and more emphasis :: "There have' been lower TV from taking over tbs sports Bowl for tilt second straight year, according to a JIf'-...
JOE COLLIER Buffalo Bills "There on defense. It covers, reports an article poll of sportswriters published in the current Issue of SPORTMagazine

, .r In the offense which, by and:large, means has been more better running balance than la tbe current Issue' of SPOUT : _and the .experts say the Packers will take it.

before. There also has been less blitzing done and tile three- Kagaslne. i TM special: board 01 experts: gue's Eastern Division things
t man line has become more common. In the article,Representatives composed of a leading pro foot- are shaped usHo codas follows:
, LOU SABAN. Denver Ottlnger outlines some of the tell from each
reporter
Broncos: "More sets. Teams have been league Buffalo, New York, Boston,
using more offensive formations. abuses that have led to the city also picked the leaders bathe Houston and Miami and In the

{ WALLY LEMM Houston Oilers: "There has beea less blitslng' formulation of the Dingell-Ot-) National Football League'snew Western Division; Kansas City.
. over-all more passing to fullbacks and more running geared t15ger-Moss MIL which he Is four-division alignment Oakland (tie); San Diego (tie)
to having two co-sponsoring with In Football
big backs. Representative and the American and Denver.
. HANK STRAM, Kansas City Chiefs: "Defenses have become John D. Dingell (Dem.) 'ape'I't.fa4Waaa1 two dltl-. The Most Valuable Player and
., more sophisticated; have more variety In defensive alignments. of Michigan and Representative 'm setup,,along with Individual Passing Leader Joe Namatb,
. More clubs have gone to the big back system and there is John E. Moss (Dem.) of California player standout)in both leagues., New York;also Len Dawson;
) more balance in the attack between passing and running." The bill Is designed to The Dallas Cowbovsjplcked! to-: Kansas City and John Had of
J GEORGE WILSON, Miami Dolphins: "Defenses have im Impose strict federal controLs lead the NFL Capitol Division- San Diego are tied with Namath
proved considerably. on the network TV practices are expected to top tilt Century*|, for passing honors. The PusLouie' -
) WEEB EWBANK, New York Jets: "More blitzing and better and curb tilt following abuses Division-favorite St. i I i Catching Leader, Lance Al-
t defensive secondaries. Rep. Ottinger lists a Pitts. Cardinals for the Eastern Con-, worth. San Diego; Top Defensive -
L JOHN RAUCH, Oakland Raiders: "Better defenses. Since burgh-Toronto soccer: game In race title, while the Central Lineman, ,Buck Buchanan
I I came into the AFL ID 1963, defenses have Improved Immeasureably. which U phoney "fouls" were Division Packers are picked to i Kansas City; Top Offensive
. This, of cour.e. forces offenses to become called to stop play and create beat the Baltimore Colts of the Lineman, Blllf Shaw, Buffalo;
more varied. time for eommerclall.llllOUllC" Coastal Division for the Western Top Denfenslve Back, !Cent MeClOll&fWl -
t't\' meats; the SyracusePennStategame Conference championship. Oakland and Rookie
ti assts last December In which In the AFL, the Buffalo Bills of-the-Year Floyd Little,Den-
t' the start of the game was delayed and the Kansas City Chiefs are i ver
t WWEIGHTY PROBLEM: Until last season the New York 4J minutes to allow TV s r M ? kk upected to repeat u Easternand
) Jets were unable to accurately weigh tackle Sherman Plum to draw a larger audience and Western Division Utllsts, Angels-Bosox NBC's
I j tett because tilt only scale in camp stopped at 300. They In which the final few minutes respectively with the Chiefs
I acquired a bigger one last year and Plunkett tipped tilt needle were played In the darkness of ( finally emerging as league! Game Of The WeekThe
, around to the 329-pound mark But the Jets are having trouble .a stadium without lights, and champions fifor' the second, .
.-.nln.mr. a tvnlcal pro tuteu.n came straight year. California Angels and boston -
a knows the scale now," explains: Coach Weeb EwtInt.l In which tbe TV ground rules The predicted standings and Red Sox, both pressing the
"He knows how to step on it and how to play the corners. We provide that tilt borne team top players of the National Foot Chicago White Sox for first
! cacti rely on it much any more" must call one time-out during ball Eastern Conference and I, place in the tightest American
t tbe fifth and sixth minutes of Western Conference are broken, League pennant race in years,
; etta action, while (lie visiting team down u follows: Eastern Conference meet u a "Major League BasebaU -*
must PM time during the tenth Capitol Division Dallas ] game to be colorcast eat-
,. BIG EXPERIMENT: Houston Coach Wally Lemm is toying ,and eleventh minutes regardless Philadelphia, Washington tonally by the NBC Television
with the idea of making switches in his defense for of the strategy dictated and New Orleans; and TheCenrary Newtork 'Saturdll.Y.- .Ares. 10.
special by the situation. starting at approximately fay
I situations taking advantage of the height of some isivuun--*w KOIUB,
of his players. The Dingell-Ottinger-Moss Cleveland, Pittsburgh and New Curt
"We could'shift Pat Holmes to defensive end," says Lemm, bill outlined SPORT Maga- York Gowdy Sandy Koufax and
"put Ernie Ladd and George Rice at the tackles and George sloe Is Inteded to prevent TV Western Conference, Coastal Pee Wee Reesewllldeecrlbtheplay
Allen at the other end. With them ;! use George Webster encroachment on ports, and on ,Division-BalUmore. Los AJIi from Boston's Fenway
and Danny Brabham at ourside wed.." the viewer's enjoyment of televised d Yq 'x'rt1 dt '+ tt #r i igeles, San Francisco and Atlanta park Immediately following
Lemm leaves no doubt what the purpose of the towering sports In these ways: 1)) Y ; and the Central Division I NBC-TV's "The'Sandy Koufax
line-up would be as be checks off the height of each Holmes Television will be prevented Green Bay, Chicago DetroitIn Show" at I p.m.
S-S. Ladd 1-9. Allen I-a. Rice 6-3 and Webster and Drab- from "rigging" games simply ;; The Red Sox, ninth-place finishers -
balD 6.1."With to put in the required number the National Football League last season, show no

that line-up" says Lemm, "a quarterback would be of commercials._ words, the Most Valuable Player signs of faltering In 1967 as they
throwing out of a valley.." no uiur poouej if UIUB-VUW. and Passing Leader picked by hang In new the top of toe stand
2)) Networks will be barred from Di the.uxperts is BartStarr Green' ings. Carl Yastrtemskl and
H.66 Says Mhssmard ,
nisi obtaining controlling interest Le looTheme Bay; Pass-Catching Leader Tony CpnlglIaro are among the,
,
in sports franchises. 3)) The Dave Parks San Francisco Top league leaders in the hitting.
Several AFL rookies Impressed Green Bay's veterans in "black outs" win l be permittedonly All CM Tike The lit PuckNEW Offensive LinemanRalph Neely; home runs and runs-batted-in
last week's Chicago Ail-Star Game, particularly Oakland's Lethe host city, but not Dallas and Bob Brown, Philadelphia departments and ace right
offensive line candidate. Gene Ubchaw of Texas AIL and ID surrounding areas.Tiers' YORK There Is no question about whether or not' BT o.BOB_,,Buwina r.Ml tied:; Top Defensive hander Jim Lonborg recently:
Pete Duranko of Notre Dame, uenvers uneoacung canmo ze. Muhammad All can take punishment, according to Sports x owwS Lineman Bob Lilly, Dallas and won Us 16th game,tops In base
"Upshaw has the ability" said Willie Davis the Packers'All 67 Illustrated. He can, better than anyone trainer Angelo Dundee CASTING PROBLEMS Willie Davis Green Bay, tie; ball so far. .
-NFL defensive end. "One of the hardest things for a 1Iu- ..er --. In many cue, fishermen, Top Defensive Back,Larry Wilson 'anced The Angels ball field a well-bal-
Is blocking but showed Dundee has done 'a series bare become St. Louis and club with Jim Fre-
pass Upshaw mea overly dependenton ; Rookle-of-
ccmieeisthilearn He especially has good foot action: -his Reservoir IsOrerMewieg covering All's career up to t the Impressed by the great turnout the UM of map connector ,tilt Year, Clint Jones Minneso-, gal, Don pincher and Rick Re*
reactions are real good. championship fight with Listen He decided the big-mouth and swivel WhIle they *lraputy ta. Ichardt providing thepower and

Davis also singled out two other offensive line candidates, ,In Miami and reports a wealth act might work for him, too, chore and, speed plug-changing In the. AmcrlcanFootball Iii- Jim McGlothlin among. tilt Jeacue' -
Mike'I Current of Ohio State, wbo' Is trying to make It wlto of unknown details about tbtj and after that, says Dundee,. on certain they may lure hamper action top pitchers.,

Denver, and Paul Seller of Notre Dame, who Is trying to Coot, From P.10 champ from his sensitvity/, "the more be did it the blger' Effecttvanen of"many .mi"". .., ...
tick with the New York Jets about the size of his buttocks to the show he put on." face plug and rigs depend on
"As far as raw ability they both have strength and agility,! Davis, a fierce 239 pound the Information that be learned On the subject of Muhammad action imparted b? the angler.A AUTO INSURANCE
Mocker on runs and pass-pro his blabber-mouth All's ability to take punishment dangling snivel can dampen,
Davis 'Seller act from
said. blocks
rwweUaatlltnm. Current showedme the effect of
be'. real strong and drive blocks well on the run. Current tectton: has been tabled an AUAm.rIcaD Gorgeous George. Dundee says that be wishes be even a a abort slurp wire rod tnltobtand leader 25.00 Down 9.00 Per Month.
showed mete's real strong and drive blocks well off tbe before flexing a Dundee reports on his assocladoe. could show the experts: who can Cause tile Mine liiffkMftiffi*. ,
1IDe:' muscle. Davis combines all !the) with the champ from the doubt It movies o/ a fight with 0 cal responM.

Jerry Kramer, me Packers' AU-HFL gnaro, ana BCD MOronski enviable trlbute.forJlro.tarIWIII" time All was a young amateur Alex Mlteff and one with Sonny' our The, outboard fishing expert recommend at 'Mere Interest
No 0. Or
Finance
a 10-year veteran at tackle praised Duranko. UUUI. ',la Louisville seekinc out the Banker Mitofi "like to have cut, trinr leaden directly to ere orr Charges
"He's a good football player" said Kramer. "He has lot of coaches pay him the supreme good fighters to talk to,learning:i, him in two" with body punch aurface plug or splicing la a
oomph. He's good and solid and takes a hit real flee" "What compliment. They callbIm"the Iron every one of them, u he t I and Banks who was 6-2 and length of extra heavy awes
best p.rcllA college continues to do in all of bis 210 pounds, "caught Casslus filament when dealing with !5R-22
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'you're looking for now in rookie, said SkorooskL 15 football." flush the' :toothy flkb. For trolling or Filings FREE,
chin with
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fights and leftlwIcIucldonlleweDtwItb
be a
peed, strength and ojulckness- ad he has it. The rest he'll Walter Hughes, 227-pounds; greased.; outing diving ping that rely
acquire. on continuous poll for action,
George Muse, 224-pounds whq about methods he had to use to I his eyes erased It was a per- awt.ele and map are alway
faint ilso command accolades as teach All who could not take feet punch thrown by a great adrlaable. ROBERT TRAVIS
linebacker and Clarence Po.: direct Instruction.: No puncher," says Dundee "and When electing a plug or
:wen 212 pounds excel at block- ruses; I spoon for tile days Ant cut, t *Associates .
worked, however with the thought now ids had it. He lie..
RUSHING>> RUSHERS>> : Two of last year's top>> rookies Mike problem carefully check the water and ,
Carrett of Kansas City and Emerson Booter of New York log, pulling and protecting the of stomach exercises: be bad a dun, glassy look going ky.uq thai water' clear, pick
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rushed off to quick starts last week and will be looking to keep passer. Each owns a terrific didn't like them and didn't do( down but be hit the canvas, his'J a color and flnlib; for 121,K. 8th Street Room 10, Collier Bldg. 394-7897
charge In close line plaJ.Crambllnt. murky condition, chooee:
them cleared and
until after tilt eyes be bounced 1169 Edgewood
the momentum going In Saturday's Chiefs-Jets game. fight with up, bright flniahe and vivid color Avenue S. 389-J48J
Boozer the No. 10 rusher In the'AFL during the 1966 season, Is the .center foremost where headache 'Mlteft After those body blows again full of fight. It was fantastk. -, The urn applies when eon leas Roosevelt Blvd. .JJJJ-J58J
cored on runs of t, a and I yards against Boston, breaking spot 'be got on the table to I never saw better re-.. Iderlng which way to go when
Vernal ClaIborne, 249-pounds; strengthen his operative in the sky la blue or overcait.
from three to five belly, Dundee power any fighter"
tackles each time to get Into !the end zone
Thomas and ,Juit remember the
Ross 223-pounas reports. He kicked the bell out of Banks : go opposite
He gained SO yards In eight carries while playing only one Robert Smith, 219 pounds, oust Dundee says that until All's the rest of that round-the second '.".J most of the tin)*. C with insurance...

Garrett! tilt to Jim Nance for tilt last fill tilt vacancy created when fight wit b Dub Sabedong I think Then be burned it's '
runner-up rushing title
Metevla moved to the having available policy
Larry ) every
down
("his first real hard fight") him to the ground the ,
season, rushed 24 times for 118 yards against Houston and I 'WatchThis
New Orleans Saints. in Las 'fourth WJ don't know 'then
cored on runs of Zit ud 22 yards. Vegas In 1961, All was anyone picking the one
to addition to Meterta, Carter ,"an outgoing, cheerful and ever got bit harder and came ,
...... and Davis, seven more players ,friendly sort of guy who talked back faster and meaner." Clown that suits your client be st.'
off the '66 eleven will launch about fights and PgMfrg but It was the fight with Doug
60. 31 11. ,
ODDS AND ENDS: The Chiefs may be preparing to make more ,pro careen this season. Theyare 'wasn't a particularly boastful Jones which Dundee felt was l With gins. ..it's what
James
Todd and Richard man." 'the. final proof of All's greatness -
miss of Otis Taylor's running ability..agalnst Houston be came Stebbins, New York Giants; There be when he showed that be 44.13.10.1 suits
round- romhl*flanker.postxtgok a handoff from Len Dawsoo 'i was on sports program your taste best. I picked
and raced 34 yards for a toucBdowOB tDTrererse And tappears Julian Gray and Louis Jackson, with the wrestler. could] take: adversity In the middle Gordon's.
New York Jets John 2 I find it smoother
Gary of
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; Gorgeous George who talked fight, fight poorly -
Bob of
Scarpltto sharpened his ra-from-
suMbftas Baltimore Colts; Elton Mingo, Wildly about what be for a few rounds and then force !\ drier and
punk-formation act JScafpHFJrs ZI-prcI run on a fourtt-and- New :, was going 5 I a great mixer."
Orleans Saints and Herbert 'It
: !<' o do In the rung Clay himself to respond and comeback ,.
got
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U situation put the Broncos In position for-tbe key touchdown Monroe Miami Dolphin t Oxr.Sun MaervaS.a .
'klckoutoflttbenwenttosee strong to win la decision Sawh..asemi*"Hn M fcttWM*
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gainst: Detroit in tilt second quarter. .1 4 MMea.0 rtf MuMryK*> b COHlllK Of-, ;**** the wrestling match and was which Dundee says Is clearr/ --W fit loss Sear CMOHII CanAnnct*i WMr>gm O.C
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'APARTMENTS FOR RENT Some HEWS experienceGood REPIATER I.H. Barney. II Elected President Of f Women See RacismAs Bare Fbot-Notcs Many Relit Order liilinl of Religion

80 B. Beam St. 1 rm Upper
$30 00 mo.SMCcpiUndSL starting salary Afro American lifo Insurance Company Crucial Issue From Main .to-.Matbu. summer women have changed from the
Irm/DiaUtt Advancement.' Group I* Sandal Gttina traditional habit to simple black-
$35.00 lu:Apply: FLORIDA CAPAHOSIC, YBtGCnA-Thlrty ready to wear, feet sandals have Ukespreparation been and-white .dreasea.' lu the fu
mo. The Board of Dlrctors of the Afro-American LU Insurance a*
un W. Monroe St. 8 rm upper' STAR 2323.MoncriofRd. five women, staff and consultant -' under cover up to now and moat ture, the Catholic Digest
Company last week elected 1.11. 'Burner, n as its sixth president -.. pre-
to the National Council
$45.00 mo. succeeding Dr. James H. Lewis, who will con lDlle of Negro Women, Inc. concluded UkeWiJa: : beauty care dicta, many more Sister wilT
ei7Washmgtoatt.3ra Upper I to serve. as chairman of the bos*d. should Include a oottatteringroutine. be teen iff modern apparel.For .
HELP WAITED .1
on August 6a five
$52.00 mOoJluD 'T The atari of Foot Com
ACCTJR.ATKLY Burney began Us employment from the University of Michigan. day conference at Capaboslc, fort Week, June 17. I II a good the Id-style clothe
W.P.M. IELP WANTED
FOR RENTloni.AiiitorSt.Crm MOST DO 60 with Florida's oldes Life Insure Ctrrfnla. time to begin,but make sure the year
GOOD IN ENGLISH, Company in his were associated with scruples,
hometown Mr. Simmons Is married to Rounddieclock routine U continued for the result -
Bung. SPELLING. NEWS. REPORTER. of Athens, Georgia. the former Jolita T. Watson sessionswere you want. fear, repression, and the cate,
held
to hammer
$5.00 mo. Apply FLORIDA STAR, 232 Trainee tenure of out waysIn Dr. William M. Seholl a blurred
: service. and is the father of two children chism. They cominun-
DPresident which this a
1510 Barnett St. Ira BuntS$4.00 year old organization world-famous foot authority,
mOo Moncrlef Road, Jacksonville, Must be good In Burney has managed Jolita T. Simmons and might bring Its many recommend scrubbing the feet cat!,; even with Catholic
MM Logan St. > rm Bung. Florida. English. Use Type and supervised the Athens, Atlanta Charles E.Simmons, m. different .resources-to bear on daily la hot,soapy water with a adults, who unconsciously Iden
$40.00 writer. Apply: FLORIDA Savannah and Tampa District Mr. Simmons Is a civic leader the current I1tuat1o pedicure brush. Dry them carefully tified the traditional clothing
mOo
STAR 232) MoocritfCIICItITlIR 114 *. and the distinction ofCHARLES and smooth out any
enjoys
UIS.u.. St. 4 rm Bung. MAIDS N. Y.SLEEP-W JOBS, Before his election u Secretary Top priority was given to the rough area with a hard skin with the traditional stereotype
$55.00 mOo salaries to $65, fare advanced. MAN in 1954, he served u Regional -'; urgency getting at ruotcarseof reducer, or pumice atone. At' of the Good (and Benighted)
rich moistur
rOLAND ffiGBEE racism and povety, and to bedtime apply m Nun.
RMttorf Rush references, pheneiumber. Distribute NewspapersFull Director of North the task ofineetinghumanneeds icing cream to keep feet soft.Once .
MAIDS AGENCY 163 N. Georgia Mr. educated month, trim toenail
ABLE Burney was -
3M-UJ5 J17 W. Forsyth St., Time or Part Tim 'swiftly and responslvely.
MAIN FREE PORT. N. Y, in the public schools of straight across with a nail nip II
Must tare car W* cannot lose said
sight Dr., per. Apply cuticle remover to
Athens Georgia antteoeived,
: t Dorothy Height,National President nail I and gently push back the HELP SMOKEY PREVEN1
MUDS...TOU NEHHI SOB FLORIDA STAR NCNW, "of the underlying cuticle with an orangewoodstick
FOREST FIRES
.STB WEEK 2323MoncriefRd.TRIP :I cause of violence and destructions wrapped in cotton. Then '
I TO
LINCOLN In the ghetto. Only apply a light, shining polish. POT OUT. ALL MATCHEI1

Top .Jobs NOW! Best homes in by all of us, from all walksof
TO DINYER Tb following fr min t ESTATES .r. Clay,New FriendlyrainllifM. life, working together can we ,
I .. Fare sent rush rei nope to correct>conditions.'' CuD Service Board. Inquire R. 1201 City Hall for require-
farences. FREE GIFT 'Mrs. Sarah L.. Rice Is chair I In five days of continuous.. I ments and other vacancies:
i MISS DIXIE AGENd 'man tinder the tusplcles of the aims, the staff undertook to-' :Title Closing Date For Applying! Salary Per MOo

.300 W.4Q St. N.Y.C, Dept. ttt Baptist General Women for a -, ...-- other with consultants from me I .Laboratory Train Aut. 24th' $460
chartered bus to Denver, Colo, SIMMONS fields of Stenographer Clark n Sept. 1st $0-$418
education, social wort
!i (SHEILA IE .PAIIS. : rado,' where the 1967 National being the first Negro elected community relations,persome i, Stenographer Clerk I Sept. 8th $328-$362
ia That's' M.II' have the Amazing Baptist Convention will convene to Jacksonville ClvilServlce' and organizational develop Polka Patrolman Sept. 18th $460; $484

superior tonic tablets, pep September 5-10. Board. He Is associated with meat, u well as Negro heritage -" after B mos:
Seats available to
$508 after
for all the things you want to do. are now .the Boy Scouts of America, theAmerican and culture, to studyneeds lyr.
those who wish to take advantage First Class Lineman Sept. 13th '$Me
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and the
Box of 30, $1.00.Satistactlaoguaranteed Red Cross, the Jacksonville resources for meeting
of travel at a nominal
or Money beck ForMeD Area Chamber of Commerce them.
and Women. cost. For further informationcall I. H. BURNET* and many other civic Reports were received from
Mrs. CJ. Williams a B.A.: degree from Atlanta organizations. Simmons also grass roots representatives Need Church Club

P.O.sow 230, Dept. S. 354-5334, Mrs. Sadie Fedd, University. an active member of the Wood- action areas California,Mississippi :, ,,
768-4709 or Mrs. S.L. Rice, Burney is the first Negro IK Florida
A BRAND NEW ,lawn Presbyterian Church and New York
Onrv, Indiana 764-9S7J.! I modern history to be appointedto Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. New Jersey, Illinois and Ohio Or We dh Pictires
a Jacksonville municipal James L. Lewis Jr., has been concerning conditions of employment !
BRICKHOME FOB KEN MOOF UMER. KIP VANTELtMLE; policy making board, the Jacksonville elevated to the post of Assistant ,' Job training housing
Recreation Board. He Secretary-vice president. schools, welfare rights, consumer cut APPOINTMENTS IE mi COME u T01MITI.
All AGES FM
Night manager-Liquor store, is an active member of St. Before become assistant secretary education, and youth u- ,
Take NewniPROVEbtiATURiT experience not essential, will Philips Episcopal Church, be served u vice-presi pL;ratlcu.Amother and a school
TABLETS for that tired run train, over 30, bondable. Apply where he serves on the vestry dent-Assistant Agency Director drop out from a riot torn urban H JfHIH H SPECiAl CUKES
down feellngthat keeps you from Monday after 10 a.m. Pick-up board, a devoted civic leader, In charge of Field kcOlJll DC. area gave the group data
enjoying life. Liquors, 760 W. Ashley St. a member of Alpha Phi Alpha He Is married to the former from their personal acquaintance -
KMttMS 100 Tablets $3.00,200 Tablet Fraternity, a member of the Thelma Cowan, and is the father with conditions, and two 1
3 112 95.00. $1.00 deposits on Jacksonville Area Chamber of of five children;' Shirley, representatives from the South '
c.o.i's. 2 will train, apply Monday Commerce. He has served u James, Michael and told of their rural situation. f IIJLlllClnu _
IATRR8IMS CLOSE EMPIRE PRODUCTS t SALES after 10 a.m.at Pick-up Liquors vie* chairman of the Florida ,,mom Special concern was expressed '
Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway 760 W. Ashley Street Advisory Committee of the VS. He Is a graduate of Mather for the desire of all human dig ..1\ jEW COURAGE'
TI MODERN SCHOOLS Chicago, ILL. 60626': Commission on Civil Rights, Academy, and received his B JS. nit,. .
and is affiliated with many other degree in Business Administration NCNW is a task oriented organization -
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AN 'UICE SHOPFIX6CEITER. A HONEWIRACLE\ TOg lAVINfi A PROBLEM organizations I form Howard Uni of 3,840,000 women HIT .riClllK'
I Mr. Burney is married to the versity. working to bridge gaps between
.COME TO YOU former Miss Miriam Cunningham. Mr. Lewis Is a member of human needs and the means of : "KB I'll flJCEC
; SELECT YDU"I 'I''I'CAR' lain EVERY DAY OF The Burneys have two the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity answering them. It seeks to Involve -
new Prosperity daughters, Mrs.Miriam Barney and many civic organi women form all walks
'. MODEL n Movement nformatton.I Write An Ifidiv today dual-You for free YOUR LIFE? Stamps of Pullman, Washingtonand sations. He has servedas chair- of life in the common task of !i.COLOR OR
Belva Anne Barney of Jack man of the Eugene Butler community service and community .
-may be energized, magnetized '
sonville. of the American Cancer betterment with special
Chapter
PIUS, :LET dS IELP and polarized to attract the ,Many seem smaller once thef' Burners successor u Secretary Society emphasis on the Negro family. HACK: I WHITE'
are understood. Let
flow of money.Properly magnetized me try to of toe Afro-American Life ,
IIi IIT YOUR ROME any human being can sum- help you with your' Personal Insurance Company CharlesE.

mon a Money Miracle.Write for Problems. Confidential Air Simmons, Jr., who has served Billy !Jones Elected iOILINC LU lEn
II DEA6TIFOLLIRtOlll details about this new Prosperity -, Mall' postage to this country' U vice president actuary MEETThe PHONE' TODAY I
Movement. Write TO: 39 .
of the Afro-American Life Insurance National Bar Prexy .

ESTATES. OBADIAH'S OMEGA Mr. Simmons Company is a since graduate 1941.of HOlBTON-NPI>-Attbe basl 1967-68 organisations.meeting !. 101 s'TJI.I' I 7U3200TUt 1

>30 Richardson Rd MONEY MAGNET Stantoon High School and ness session of the 42nd annual of the "SlIItrsports"loIUed
INFORMATION Dept.FSN received an A.B. degree from convention of the National Bar! Bowl lag League will beheld
65-168 9204 S:Comm.ricaJ'Avenue Box 29, Mulzenburg. C.P.. Lincoln University of Pennsyl association in the Shamrock- Sunday afternoon, August ,
Chicago, niionls 60617 South Africa vania u well as a MX degreeIn Hilton hotel last month, the 20, at 4 pjn., In the conference ;
Business Administration noted Judge Billy Jones, E. St. room of Sherwood Lanes.
The newly elected officers of
Louis, m. Atty. M.WPlum.mer ,
Houston, was elected vice the "Supersports" League are:
SHOP AT YOUR
Mrs. Louise Nealy, President;

AIP WAIEIODSE STORE president.Judge Jones has been an active Ulysses Mitchell, vice-pre
of the sident; John T. Merrlweathers,
3090 V. 45th ST member and supporter Jr., Secretary; Ishmon Johnson -
association through the years,
and brings to its presidency Treasurer; James Key, .
: : : :; : ,. PRICES IN TITS AD a wealth of experience and a Jr., Chaplain; Mrs. Mildred, hs 1' 't' et' l hest p1Mle It"
{ J. Hampton .
i ; : dedication to foster the growthand J, reporter.All
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/ \ '! ARE MOD TRR006ISATURDAY former members of the
of the NBA.
development
carts.aboutyou! ',, league, In addition to all prospective week JiM Fr4 .U m flulfitpMtml, fflulrtt I IJU .w-
In addition to his duties u members _.<. w4 M ,a.,.. "A CLK4R AND LOGICAL CHOICE
magistrate of the 20th Judicial are request FOR YOUR FISH HEADQUARTERS WOULD BS OF COVRSg
circuit at East St. Louis, Judge ed to be present at this meet SEAFOOD CSNTKR" ""''er. yea fled lop quality .l ru M 6r.
Is also chairman of ing. Rules and regulations to '
Jones
EXTRA, SPECIAL, PILLSBJJRT'tFLOUR ] j the city's anti-poverty admin govern the league will be decided GIVE A LOOKin
upon and adopted at this
istration. time. rIM PitelMUfHf, Local rivorttt from Jf.rPOI"'IOAT
SULTANA BRAIN SALADDRESSING :
Other NBA officers are Charles | .

William Waugh A.Peterson, Muskegon,,Chicago Mich;; j Area Servlceasei WHITING .,. .u.35c

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George Windsor, Washington, j.AN fiiiTONio-.i1r: Mel- .
D.C.: M.W.Plummer, Houston, r
:I moot/do in rat irmoLADts ,
ton J. Taylor sonofMrs.Blon-.
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vice
first to fourth president,
respectively( 'Allie ,Weeden, ,;, eve R. Taylor of 808 W. 8th. MANGROVE SNAPPER Ll. 59e
5 LI. Washington D.C. secretary; '1 Street, Jacksonville, Fla., has; [ Comic TO lAx ON 11'llael"nl TIUelll
; 49 C William Carruth," Baltimore, '!I received his first UJS. Air

5 eAG; iii.. SPECiAl; 350 assistant secretary; Elmer,, Force duty assignment after:
Jackson, Kansas City, Kan. imemership ''Lackland, completing basic training at
C.C. AFB, Tex. .
secretary'and

LIMIT I/J5.00: OR MORE ORDER .. ,ASt._!.M:! HtfjEICIT t P,1; Spaulding sure. DurnaTh, N.C., trea- ;Gulre He has AFB been N.assigned JH for training to Mc-! IVSHII CRASS NANCY'IOMIL'I,LIVING, ,SMUT. .. DOZ. S 1 00 '

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rCLOCK FRESH TENDER SWEET GOLDEN many resolutions important were and passed significant,Including I member specialist.uf the Military He becomes Airlift a. p.All! WRIp U. use Ai -_ .. _.ts. $1.00. ..

: kindsofvlolencewhlchrecsntly Command which provides global .
one deploring the
: ; swept airlift air rescue,aeromedical :'Ibifi's, A Gretl Limp'Of'

,the country and nging prompt evacuation, air weather and air
COFFEE v4 s : photographic and geodetic services '
CORN action on the part of govern SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT
ments concerned to remedy and for U.S. Forces.Airman ,
help alleviate conditions which Taylor Is a 1967 graduate "

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