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Florida star
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 26, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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1 In Sandersvllle, Ga., a Jacksonville woman related thin story
,
MR to the FLORIDA STAR news charging Ill-treatment A

arrest on last Sunday evening, on public drunk following charges.In I

JAX NURSE HELD ON an interview with Mr.Vel- with filth. Mrs. Williams .

ma Myers Williams, this reporter claims, she and Mrs. Collins
.
S r was able to get first shared the same bunk, which

,hand Information on police was only made for one person
brutality In the small farm to sleep.

-tJ town of Georgia Vernon and Diana Myers

ABORTION CHARGE stated that they remained at the

scene of arrest and soon were

picked up by relatives coming
from the funeral. When they,

Nurse Freed ***** ** *** **** ** were reached Involved Bailey in, a Georgt car wreck they

WomaN A maroon 1967 Plymouth ran
Reports
OR Worthy Project head on into the car they were
$2,000 Bond riding In, 1961 Chevrolet driven

Rape Attack by Larry CarswelLAccording

In Abortion to Dianna Myers,
A young Jacksonville woman .. the
Plymouth, pulled across
Mrs. Vera T. Siplin, a Bap- Goes UnfundedAs reported being forced at razor u the center line and rammed

tist Memorial Hospital employee point to have sex relations with them head on. It was raining

charged Monday with an young man known to her ver hard and the Carwell car
performing an abortion only as "James," on the morn- w.. .. wasn't traveling
was GJEO Politics over 25-mph,
released on $2,000 bond, according Ing of August 22. t' because visibility was vary poor
The victim states she was Introduced '
to Information received at the time of the smash-up.
by the FLORIDA STAR. assess stew esesw to an l unknown Negro Injured were, Vernon Myers,

The hospital employee was West Jacksonville man by one of her friends,' who suffered head lacerations /
Given .
Project
arrested at the request of Edward Mary Ann Harris at a beer -- ,requiring eight stitches, a
Booth, Assistant State Attorney garden at 933 W. Beaver St. CHICAGO-Cassias Clay, and Belinda Boyd, 17 are seen

following the appear The Run-Around By GJEO HeadsThe As the victim was leaving leaving the Bureau of Vital Statistics, where they obtained b
sacs of a young woman at the the establishment the assillant Miss fiord's birth certificate before a marriage license couldbe ,

Duval Medical Center for relief 1t'I-on, Ifs off. Ifs on again treatment which Greater followed her to Beaver and Issued Miss Boyd, like Clay a Black Muslim, wars the. MRS. VELMA M. WILLIAMS,
of stomach pitas. Jacksonville Equal Opportunity Director Is giving to certain Davis where he put a razor to garb of the sect. Her father walks behind the couple According to Mrs. Williams I

According' to Detective Sgt projects designed to help the underprivllege is evenrescing her throat and made her accompany (UK TELEPHOTO) they were returning to Jack,

J. L. Pfeiffer who, along vtfth the previously voiced feeling that a person more sympathetic him to flat and Myrtle sonville from SandervWeGp..

N.P. Patterson and Inspector and knowledgeable with the Negroproblem-possibly a Negro- Ave. via Lyons, and were stopped

Ernest Hull,. made the arrest :should be In the post,of directorship of the GJEO. When they arrived at the destination SNCC Chairman for no apparent reason at all.

the, woman bad paid $3$ ,for One outstanding case of fumbling the West Jacksonville program they got out of the cab County officers pulled up be*,
and went' to/a-'vacant house*,I .
the Illegal operation Tb abortion arond with 4 project vitally -Is attempting to providea hind them and sounded the siren r
was performed In a private needed by the poor U that, worthwhile service In snares where he forced her to nave for them to stop. _

home, said, the detective. of the West. Jacksonville Association where It Is urgently needed. relations with him. After they bad pulled off the
A search Mrs.SipllMsbome \ For A Better Com- The victim stated she broke Facing 5 Years I
On the other hand, there are road, highway U.s. 1, the officers
revealed quantities of tablets munity which Is actually doing some Neighborhood Centers, away from the suspect and ran known only by their last

and capsules. These were turn things to Improve the com such as the one In Mixson to Winn-Dixie bakery where a names to Mrs. Williams as I

ed over to the Narcotics Bureau. munity but needs funds to continue town, which considered total security guard called: the po Dees and Fulford,asked if there

The Identity of the sick woman and ezpand it s- work. flops Insofar as service to the lice. And were any more Cadillacs
was not .Itwaslearned After having bad the project poor is concerned. Officer J. Jackson answeredthe $2.000 Fine with "niggers" In them behind

that other charges are pending laying around, gather dust since The West Jacksonville Assn., call_In car_24, and carriedthe the car they were riding in.
against Mrs. Siplin who Is described : early 1966 in the GJEO headquarters has conducted clean-up programs victim to DMC where she There were tbr"funeral cars,

as a practical purse which Bach directs, set up a library for the was examined by the medical NEW ORLEANS -H. Rap $2,000. all white Cadillacs returning to DIANNA MYERS
Brown SNCC Brown was freed on bond
examiner.The leader indicted
Robert L.C. Williams, director and was Williams family Jacksonville
cultturally deprived conducted -
of the West Jacksonville Assn., other "Operation Self.. statement was taken from here on two counts Wed earlier In the week in New York from a funeral in Georgia. Ac*,, fractured bone above the eye
Order Baldwin was notified on July 31 that: Help" to improve the victim at DMC by Sgt. nesday. He was charged with City. The bond had been cut cording to the arr.atJnrltt1cer. Dlanna Myers, who received
programs
Helenbeck. carrying a .30 caliber carbine from $Z5OOO, to $I5,000by Federal Internal
"It was the conclusion of the living conditions for the deprived they had received a call telling wounds and completedof
Executive Committee that your citizens In the area. from New Orleans to New York Judge Thomas F. Murphy. them to be aware of the fact that stomach pains; Mrs. EmmaL.

Ad WestcoRRett proposal embodies essentially Because of the determined efforts Fleeing Bail Jumper apd of returning from New York Snick quickly was on band with there were three car loads of Bloodshaw, 47 and Mrs.,
to New Orleans with the the money for the smaller a*
the concepts of our Neighborhood of Williams to carry outa weapon.He "niggers" heading your way. Sylvia Carswell 20, are presently -
Center Program which Is to Improve area was arrested soon after the mount. When Brown was released The driver of the only car hospltaliied here in
Schools ClosedCircuit program
already In existence, and since conditions, several groups have Wounded By BondsmanA Justice Department beard of he was not wearing the that was molested was Mrs. Jacksonville, with Internal In-
plans for Brown to In handcuffs which were part of
there to be a shortageof speak juries.
Court Judge Bryan appears from time to time volunteered Llllle Mae Collins, and she
OEO funds that this proposalnot New Orleans. Louisiana's his Jail regalia. Time again The Governor Georgia Lester
Simpson ordered two an Negro their services. Jacksonville Bondsman, Intr'lnc was charged with drunken driv ,
schools closed in Duval County be forwarded for OEO fundIng Undaunted by the letdown be to collect payment fora Governor McKeithen said he he shouted Power,Black lag Before any arrests were Mattox was contacted by

because they have failed to consideration at this time. was given by the CJEOs decision bond posted shot a fleeing planned to arrest Brown for I"Wearinr made, beer and ft fifth of Rev Charles J. Crosby, after

comply with a desegregationorder "It Is like wise felt that be not seek funds for tile Leroy Cooper,Jr., In the right treason The outspoken leader blazer a blue pinstripe scotch whiskey was found In he was notified that the Incident

of the Federal Govera- cause of the above, we should West Ju AssiL, Williamshas upper shoulder on an eastslde faces a maximum sentence of dungares and sneakers the car, unopened according to had taken place, and was assured
ment. The schools are the West- try to develop>> programs which sounded his appeal to Wash liquor store parking earlier five years In prision and fine of Rap appeared at ease and concerned Mrs. Williams. by the Governor that be

connett and the Baldwin. would be more nearly county- ington and Atlanta. But the this week. about power. A Mary- As the occupants of the would do all he could.

Judge Simpson lashed out at wide before we can give prior- higher-ups In distant areas are At 12.30: p.m., August 22, officers Jar Man Arrested was land postponed charge of inciting at the to riot car were attempting to get out, Governor Mattox In turn call:

the "Incapability" and "un ity to a program for one specific usually reluctant dabble In local JD. Jones, riding car of that request Mrs. Williams charges, that Sheriff Delma Burke at his
state.Geoa'ge .
willingness" of the authoritiesto geographic area." affairs when they are not on 44 and H.W. Nicholson, ridingcar For Rape AttemptSamuel one of the officers 'was In avery home and asked what could be
follow government orders, Despite the excuse of not wantIng the scene. 43 received a call to 1st Washington Ware big hurry for her to get done to release the people> that
another Power
leader who went
"as outlined recently by the De- to promote a program "fora However, Williams' dogged and Florida Ave., where'Con out and slammed the door shut had been arrested and held In
with
1495 22nd Carmichael
W. to Cuba
partment of Health Education specific area", there Is a determination may yet pay off.. stable Flveash had requested Hayes, was on her leg. When she told him Jail without the opportunity to
St., was arrested on charge of arrested this week. The charge
of evidence that post bond that night
and Welfare. preponderance For some strange reason Williams assistance. is what was happening to her leg,
assault to sedition
rape an 18-year-oI According to recent
Five hundred students, then, was placed on the agenda Upon arriving on the scene,officer be replied, "I won't only shut It was learned that Sheriff
In lot Ware
woman a vacant on news releases commented -
must be reassigned. The court Jaxon Found Deld of last Wednesday's" meetingof Jones saw Flveash holding Jefferson St., last Sunday night that "Black people have to the door on your leg, I will Burke told the governor that
:order victim break It." be was not on duty and that be
was given on January24th the executive committee of who had been shot wltIta
The victim states she achieve
was by means
power
by the Federal Govern Under Vacant HouseThe the GJEO for a "conference" .33 caliber: 61W revolver In riding In the car with Samuel possible." any Mrs. Williams, told this reporter would look Into the matter first ?

ment. School board Attorny relating to the West lax As- the right shoulder and the bullet and his son and be droppedhis Ware can face a fine of$10,000and that everyone was arrested thing Monday morning.
Adams does not have immediate death of Robert Smith sociation's project exiting on the right side of the 10 In In the car and charged A white prominent Lycos'clffaen -
son off at the drug storeon years prison the maxi
appeal In mind. He planned a 23, of Jacksonville Negro found Following the conference Williams neck in front 8th and Davis Sis. mum He was arrested in the with public drunkness except, Mr. Wade Han, told Mr. *

meeting with the School board under a vacant house on 2036 was reluctant to discuss Officer Jones put the victim After circling the block he home of Negro Minister, Rev her two oldest children,Vernon AJ. Ruffln that Lyons was a

.however 'Otto-St., has been ruled by police details of what transpired, evidently in the police car and took him to drove to a vacant lot In the James Woodruff. The Rev Mr. Myersl6yearsoldsndDtanaaVERNON who small took town a and stand that any man the

Judge Simpson had given the authorities as a suicide: for fear that any com- the emergency room at DMC 2000 block of Jefferson St., Woodruff Is rector of St An- ,.,.,. r.,' sheriff would against have to
board 30 days to make Its him to the and notified homicide. really
ments press
up case. The coroner's report revealed by behind Duval Medical Center selm's Episcopal Church. A:
suffer the
mind. Then, he said,the schools that the victim died from might cause certain vindictive The victim was shot by a blal and usulted her with Intention liberation school there was consequences.
were not changed because of members of the committee to bondsman Jack E. ( ) DIanna said In an interviewthat
Only
a gun shot wound In the bead, to rape. outsed on a directive from the,
the two officers
plans of transfers. Wesconnett, fired from rescind whatever "favorable Showers, of 1763 Venus St., arresting
a .22 caliber revolver The security guard, Dennis Episcopal bishop>> of Tennessee came back to the after
were it opened integratlvely, owned by the victim. ,assurance" be was given.It who was trying to pick up victim -. M. I Glden, 1310 Liberty St., at the Initial arrest and scene asked her
would accommodate 300 white was barDed from a source for Jumping ball. He was
According DMC beard
to witness Lizzie the screams and
students. Plaintiffs Mrs that Gordon Bunch directed assisted Constable to get in the car, which would
are the being by Deputy called the $30,000,000For
Roberts .
-years-old, stated poUce.According
have left her brother Vernon
Sadie Brazton
and her children Williamsto Fiveash
GJEO has victim's
promised and
that she had to use the restroom to officers W. H.
the
on highway alone.She said
Daly N. and Sharon He get a proposal written up to uncle, Ernest Jones.
to urinate and since there was Harris and E. R. Taylor answering she
refused
to do and
so they
then removed himself from the be sent to Cooper's uncle
Washington,indepen- was supposedto
the call Slim
none near, she went under they were Areas finally left
case, having covered all the dent of the local anti-poverty have had a check which
the In the back seat of the
vacant bouse at 2036 Otto struggling Sheriff Burke arrived to the
points. Resident district Judges : unit. belonged to him and he was car, the victim stated Hayes A $30 ,minion slum area
jail early Monday morning tad
will handle St.While
the matter hence West Jacksonville residentsare to
attempting get It.
wader the bout she had ripped her under garment Improvement fund has been demanded MYERSMyers accroding to Mrs. Williams,
loan saw a man sitting there. Im- keeping their fingers In the attempt to place Cooper off her and was trying to rape by Negro Rep. John was almost human In his behavior -
The eminent
Jurist further denied mediately she came out from crossed that the GJEO director under custody be ran west on her. A search for the under Conyers of Michigan, who says 20-years-old. They toward them. They were

a pending school board under the house and told Mrs. ship won't do a "Dora" like! the parking lot towards Evergreen piece was' made but was unable be will ask President Lyndon were left on the side of the high even allowed to smoke a cigarette -
motion for a trial directed and have
new the hurricanes a Ave. Showers called
,
Doris Stephens with whom she to find anything. B. Johnson to set aside American .way to.g tt to Jacksonville the and drink sodas for the
orders for a report on matters change of mind about the local C'Leroy fait" but be did not
was with and Mr. Edward Ray. During the struggle she cut : priorities andbrlog"democracy best way the could! ;; first time since their arrest
to the University Miami, Mr. made check and project that Is dying for want stop. He then fired a .38 caliber him la the face with a After the arrest
for the Department of Health Ray a glass to the slum? instead they were Bond was posted for !the following -
Education and Welfare found the body after which they of funds. plstor three times,one bullet and cut her finger on the left of spending billions for Viet, taken to Lyons, and booked. : Mrs. Velma I4. WIlliams
agreedto There are many who have expressed striking the victim.
notified Charles Meraske a hand. She states she does not aim Mrs. Williams, husband William $55.00. Mr. Hayward,
transferrals without! racial that the After
discrimination security goad at DMC. Homicide the opinion being shot Cooper coniWwd watt to press charges. Thusly Conyers addressed a meeting asked permission to call Bloodsaw, $56.00; Mr. Willie
directed that unfunded West Jacksonville :
was notified and; 'when they running, but was stoppedby both were placed In Jail after of the National Federation of his employer here la Jacksonville N. Williams, $56.00 aid Mrs
transferral must be from is classic exampled
areas arrived the found project a Constable Fiveash who ran receiving: treatment at DMC. for reference and
on scent they Teachers He said this money personal Llllle Mae Collins '$]01.00.
,
where students are of a race the victim under the bouse sitting of happens when an anti- up with pistol drawn. Be was Samuel turned his car, a 1962 could, through a bill be win to see about baa money. This After posting bond they were
In
a majority to a minor set Is dominated then taken
on the ground with back poverty program Into'cuatody and station wagon (Ford) blue, over Introduce, provide for a program privilege was denied him. all released to eontinoe their
and not vice
op versa, ordered by political figures, to pay-off sent to DMC for treatment. '
against the brick foundation. to Loclous Taylor who lives at to empty Negro slum They wereplacdincehisinthe trip back home which had beta
,
checking of receiving: financial political and personal favorsand Johnny P. Keane of Duval
aid from The body of the victim: was 2123 Venus-Mars Court, Apt dwellers, "to tear down their County Jail which according to .started some hours earlier.
the Is directed who Is
governmentand by one County Sheriffs office notified
ordered in a deteriorated condition and was D. alums" It would also provide then were far from adequate. *** ***** '
re-drawing of the either unsympathetic or lacking and said be would
a 42 callberrevolverwesfoud pot a Officers Taylor and Harris education for' each child and The bunks were dusribed as BUY U.S.'
cone lines. to speed desegregation on the ground near the left, In knowledge of 1lend.i the problemsof guard on victim at DMC. were assisted by car 42, Sgt allow for training. for unskilled "lice Infested" and the sink
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THE FLORIDA STAR To t: Be Equal:


BY WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR,.

NEWS This.summer I went to Europe to meet with Pope Paul

VI, universal leader of the world's 600 million Catholics,
Published\ by the nor Ida Star Publishing'Company and the Rev Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, general secretary of
Council of Churches, Protestant
the World representing and
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{ Orthodox religions '
MEMBER i ube! both o f these spiritual leaders to lend their neat
moral stature to a campaign to get the churches
Into a position of moral leadership In the battle'

NEGRO PRERNA1IONAL toy, Integration. and Interracial Justices. Both
1C It men:agree witi the Importance of such a moral III i

V. crowds: anoVpIedged their support in the tattle r
J"}} against the sin'of racism.
*8 My first stop 'was the Vatican. As I walked_
ERIC 0. SIMPSON Mi'miif Editor through' the Immense marble rooms of the Vatican Palace,
their walls covered with historic works of art, I felt myself''

In the presence of thousand of years of history, the sym
HILDA VOOTEN --. Circilitiii Miiuir aTtY1'1 .belle site of much of Western civilisation.
Pope Paul Is a gentle man. Despite the great pressures on
1 his time and energy, I felt an aura of patience and kindness as

2323 Koncritf Road Pkm Elfii 4SI2Mailiif r be spoke to me. He was greatly Interested in the struggle for
racial equality and the questions he asked me showed that he

Address was Informed of the problems facing America's Negro citizens.
I thanked him for his appointment of the first Negro Bishop,

P.O. Bu 599 Jicksiitilli! Florida 32201 In the U.S. Bishop>> Harold Perry of New Orleans-*nd told him
of Bishop Perry's contributions as a member of the Urban
League and that be will soon join our national board of trustees.
MIAMI OFFICE We spoke of the work that the Urban Lrague is doing to close the
tragic gap which separates Negroes and other American cltl-
5018 NV 7th All. Phone 151.3819 tens, and then I told him of the need for the world's churches'
use their Influence to counter the sin of racism .
e I told him that we had gone almost as far as we could go In' .J
SUBSCRIPTION RATES achieving the end of legal segregation and that the problem nor r*
One Year, $6.00 Half Year $4.00 was to change the hearts of men. I said that discrimination In.
. Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States housing and in Jobs kept millions of people chained to racial '

Subscription payable In advance ghettos, suffering,unemployment and poverty.
Send Check or Money Order to: I told him that there was a crying need for the churches to use,

FLORIDA STAR P.O. ROX 599 Will It Be Enforced? .The World Is WaTctag their moral and spiritual authority to bring to the realisationof .
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Jacksonville 1. FloridaIs their members that racism and bigotry are sins- s cffen-
.slve to God and morality as other acts which are condemned',

,---------------------- --------- The Pope showed great concern about the situation and
said: "All men are brothers under the fatherhood of one Cod
I 'and all have human rights of self-development and perfection
Non-Violence Technique Obselete I which must be not only respected but fostered, promoted and

I'I YOUR Weekly defended." I later met with high Vatican officials, and we discussed
the Kev Dr. Martin Luther King, of Mon : I I II ways in which the Catholic Church could help end

tgomery bus boycott fame, recently called segregation. I more hopes that the Pope will issue an
with the .
,encyclical dealing speclficly problem.I
to disrupt the black-white
upon Negroes where I met with Dr. Blake. He has
I next went to Geneva,
status quo on northern cities with militant always been a strong supporter of civil rights for all and
nonviolence rather than the destruction I I Horoscope Guide "I.I I. under his leadership, the World Council of Churches has

of property of life. I j been active fighting poverty.In .

The thesis of King's message is that "the ;!:*** ****, I my talks with him, I stressed the need for the churchto
has significant act vigorously If It hoped to hold the affections of America's
civil rights movement made
I people who are so Involved In bringing about equality
progress' in the South and now must work to By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I I II and young change He agreed that a campaign\ should be launched involvlng -'

become real and powerful and dunamic in the I I II all of America's churches

northern ghettoes." Witht his viewpoint I I suggested that each church should establish a committee on
King urged an "escalation nonviolence." I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I I II 'Integrated housing and he agreed that the problem called
I II for complete participation of Amerlc's churches In ending
We certainly support King when he urges! I
discrimination. He agreed that this was a grave situation that
cessation destruction of life and property I called for more than simply passing resolutions. '

and rioting. But we are wondering also I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I IBORN I am confident that out of these discussions will come a moral
if non-vilenece itself has not worn itself I crusade in which the energies and resources situ church wilt

threadbare to become obsolete.King's L _ be enlisted In the campaign to end racism. Plans will soon be
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effective ------j announced for this crusade and u they turn into action, I '
non-violence several
was
ARIES CANCER LIBRA will report on their progress to you In future columns.
years, but it has presently lost its effectiveness CAPRICORN ,

as a technique in the civil rightsmovement MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. TORN DEC

for the Negro marchers cannot contain 21t' APRIL 19th OCT. 23rd 22il .III... 131.,, .....
themselves.. They strike .Jack, and it, 22od JULY 22nd .23rd ", :
this is he'' You're gaining The scales are r --'low dowx. The, should be Rsa.ape your plans. Although "
what is meant by 'lDiUtan ( starting to Up In favor. Change directions. Consider" pace sjfflmer' Is far"from over, the THEL"Ui_AM I LEAGUE STORY
God forbid it. your the forepart of this month as 'much easlv from now on. Gather
may But this does not obviate the time may have coma to start
done with. all the losft t.l1nctalltr.:
Most Negroes today cannotremain nonviolentin necessity of having to remainon and start looking fqr up thinking In terms of the coming
other and tie them
things In life It ings up firmly o-
a demonstration, and for the eruption ofa the alert In order to protect may be season: and Its slate of aciticities -
to them from By CLANZEL
Just the nough prevent
right moment ot JR.
is
start ._ BROWNS .,
There Is good reason to _
material Interests (24th-27)).
riot in this sutuation the efforts
of just the right moment to start coming atari: later on Se-
nonviolence Those who are now holding a remains hope for the best in the way of As the scope and lDtIuence'at the JUL Increases I find myselflcalled ]
is for naught. on a series of short trips and secrecy as strongest
good Job should cling to It for besides one's chosen ultimate results, but It wouldbe upon more and more to Interpret the needs and asplratlons -]
vacation ally partner
Jaunts. It should .
The cry "black power"is likewise in appropriate be especially best to resign oneself to the
tear white audiences and
life seeing that It may and too should of my people>> to middle class the
prevent
Akthough both are employed at this have more to offer in the way Kinsfolk and rewarding other loved to visit trouble, from dc\J, : ))Inr la economic accustomed del eye and strugglethat question most often voiced by these individuals and groups Ise.:
time, both black power and militant nonvio- of Interest, advancement and who are not located too far ones and private affairs. seldom fall to ba an lnt Are the Negroes moving too fast? It Is obvious to me as a
lence are onique '. growing compensation. There from own community. The away Those who expect to go somewhere jral part :at< the pattern. A mysterious result of my experienced that a large majority of whites feel
should be more than enough Incentive stranger could be either we are. But what are the facts?
We must find another techique which has it outstanding days for such for a prolonged 103
for most Arlans to utlllze pursuits a friend or a foe In dh- There has been no oroeress In the mast decade In closing the'III
'would to win medl-
or
may be the 24th. This,, rear -
.foundation in an ecomonic philosophy that skills and talents to the also Is i tlate to daily moodsIn guise making It essential to ba gap between non-white and whites in Income,]
Dsophy that will make the Negro rich. highest degree which they are who are taking a fine summer period courses for any some, according Instances, it may benecess1J'Y guise making it essential to be unemployment, poverty, health and housing, b

capable of reaching. This could or passing exams for to remain out of sight a s discriminating as possiblelate fact, the gaps have become larger so that nonwhites -
also be a fine week to makea brancehs of learning.particular Any in order t>workansoantMngof on the 27th. From then on, today are relatively worse off than they e
radical change within the house Ifs comparatively smooth sailing were 10 years ago. Only In education has the
activities to which
that Importance one
What are related to the may
Is Carm.chael's Real Goal?. through redecorating or refur arts, sciences and intellect In have boon wla! eng! to give sum offering a welcome a opportunity gap narrowed greatly, bringing the non-white's
bashing general are heavily favored over attention. It is good to rift your to. rein an enjoy your. years of school comoleted close to that of t the '
self white's and reflecting the far more rapid advance made by
the self to shjupjrsultsfttthe!
Sometime it more material
ago, surprisingly" announced 7.80.85.10.644, ones. '
3803310.447 nonwhites than by whites In educational attainment
that stokely Carmichael was resigning' his Z709917848LEO 3.30.22.19.763SCORPIO Improvement In Income, employment, housing and health of
v'1, 500' per annum Job as head of SNCC. At the TAURUS AQUARIUS the nonwhite population has occurred In the past 10 years
time, it was, kindof hard to understand this. (' But the white population's Improvement has been more rapid.
'
Now that Mr. Carmichael gallavanting BORN APRIL IOn IAN The remit is that today, the condition of the an-wblte relative
a- BORN JULY to the white Is worse compared to 10 years ago-except
bout the OCT.
world Cuba and other BORN
"unknowns"- In educational achievement. to the next 10
20th FEB. 18th Looking years, Sunless
20th
*e think *e have the answer; it is money. MAY 20thWounds 23rd AU6 greater and more determined strides to break down
24th NOV. 22id
22nd Quiet
Carmichael is speaking several times can be healed. Love things down. There ls a racial barriers than those of the past decade occur, the relatlve :J
per and Join the pieces. The occurjraces Be friendly at boui .""lbere is better chance of getting together
week at can should go a long distance condition of the non-white in 1979 win be worse than It 1
$1,4QO to $1,800 per lecture. When for those who are- willing of the past quarters little or no doubt about popularity even If this Is only: temporyor Is at present. The gaps will widen.
the sponsors at one of the midwestern universities to give It a chance. When should but provided Leos wWeedldcattod In social club circles.Scor- a matter of expediency. An The intensified crowding' of non-whites into the ghettos of the
came up with only $1,399, they tellus both sides are disposed to meet ; as wj'l' nation. plos may be on best behavior offer to consider accepting a central cities ringed by expanding white suburbs Is emphasii-
that "Mr. Stokely" was mad. each other half wait may be Or so will thus e who are intuitive tun, because 31 ta added pres- posit!u of authority In a consulting InK urban problems rather than their solutions. The problems, i
Now that the has said that reconciliations and ones recognlM them :asiiay dare that this brings. It couldbe or confidential capacity having been permitted to grow, now require an enormous
man created an image for the foundation for new and more have been to Vu ultimate in you Interest to appear Lithe should be taken under advlsemtn effort to solve.

himself and has become a drawing care for effective collaboration Is being advantage of Leonlans (24th). same light la domestic and should betaken under adviMmant. suggest therefore that the core pertinent question would be:'
certain groups of listeners, he is'pocketing firmly laid. And when partners Keep pressing for resul.s .i occupational.milieus. 'There As long as this does not Is America moving fast enough to come to grips with, and sons
that cold, cold cash! share the same ambitions,there connection with deals that are may be a tendency to be somewhat Interfere with bleb standards of the most enormous whole_ oroblem of our limes?
It is the money that Carmichael wants Is an additional basis for creating still hanging fire' espcelally more abrut In treatment of morality and a code of aomora- w
' Carmichael ? Is a team that could be rankedas when both sides fail that this close associates and other dear ble behavior, there is a promising
interested
sincerely in SNCC or unbeatable. Those who Is mutually profitable ones Just becauso ot taking them outlook favoring acceptanceSome
his own personal gain? are starting out on vacations Accept nothing that Is not 1:1" for graated. And sLu JO one, Aquarians may also feel We
Are A Crime '
For the turner, 'let us wait and see. should anticipate a wonderful tlrely clear for this could or very fewUke, to play such a that this Is a propitious moment Gaining Inaae
time source of even'ju: trouble or role, come forward wlti i moreirUnlig to go Job hunting In the The news media has created for the Negro an
1-50.68-15-889 loss. A bit of flattery can be smile and thoughtful fields that capture t'wlr: wholehearted image of crime, and this is no compliment'either.
pleasing, bit Leos know flat it personal attentions to restore Interest.
Public Speaking Is ProfitableBack could be overdone by those full harmony ((29th-31st).It will .
GEMINI who have ulterior motifs. raise spirits ana create an atmosphere 7.60.88.19.477'PISCES There is, however, some validity in believ
of relaxation and self ing the Negro is criminal :to a large degree.

) curing the days of the anti-slavery BORN MAY 1.20.88.18.927YIRSO confidence For instance, we studied two daily newspapers

movement, Wendell Phillips, anorator with- '21st JUNE 21st. 4-80.99-1J.S26 BORN FEB. and two weeklies for the past three

out peer in the conversational made, earned This may 'be termed a ripe BORN weeks. Seventy-five per cent of the', .stories. {
AUG. SACI1TARIUSBORN 19th MAR. 20th
$1,000 a lecture without oration' Toussant period for dotting. and cros- ; about Negroes were criminal rather'than con. ,.
L' Overture" which he delivered more than period for dotting ft and cross NOV. The light come through. The strr ictive.
23rd. SEPT. '
1,000 times in the north. sing t's. Settle down In a new 2Jad Plsclans! who have passed the, Drunk and weapons chargesstealinghel: ,
College hdme or fix up the old one to Ifs clearing up. There may 23rd DEC. 21st preceding days without making :Shooting and murdering, stabbing and
presidents consultants squabb-
Dr. Martin have been errors of
suit taste or requirements.The enough excitement consequence can now
Play nunches. The beat '
your ;
Luther Kipg and others have earned handsome same may be said about vacation *n concerned up till now. And may be ofT It Is still necessary pat themselves on the back." ling, 'gambling and prostitution; and a''! .jiost M?
fees for their lectures.i Stokely Carmichaelwe in which one can excel. with the heat probably adding to proceed with the greatest of The danger of commuting&.0118 of other incidents claimed the limelight of'
a'few licks of It own welcome considerably less ended hence the news.
learn under the inspiring influences caution so as not to allow It to
earns from $1,300 to. $1,800 per that surround it. Some who any respite that is being offer be turned back on again. Intuition forward, and they may be avoir* ,The, |homes' must become places when good con
,appearance before certain groups of listeners. may be on vacation could strike ed. 'It Is possible to start thinking Is the single trusted( back ed altogether by placing the rest duct and behavior are taught to the *.
up a friendship with a person more positively once again ally provided you are one of the sponslblllty for making vital young.
Walter White James Weldon Johnson, Whitney who can mike the same thing with better resultes all aound. Sagalttarians who believe In It decisions on the shoulders of Bu$ wefear that we cannot depend upon homes

Young, Roy WJlkins and others can commahb 'come true (Z4th-27th) Ot really no Be rather confidences reserved and make and who:>> have don all :humanly one's Take most trusted associate. these days to assume this responsibility.THIS' .
does not to kinfolk or possible to retain close contact great pains to protect '
substantial fees matter how
for public thing:
speeches.Dr. .
is happen as long U the ultimate beighbor when having suspicion with It In times of need. Some property and all precious pos WEEk' IN NEGRO HISTORY
King a public speaker topflight that secrets could become public sessions fron any sort of harm
who be emlssar-
results come to the may acting as August Z5
same thing. 1928 Althea
repute, and he demands high tees The property almost overnight lee for powerful on the 27th.Plsclans should now Gloson. tennis c 9mplun now de-
of
prospect
settling down person 'n1qlnc a
READERS: For my booilet describing .the pub to a busy and prosperous way This also may be a favorable or groups, and who have been be reaching the point where one gag career, WII born In Sumter, s.c.
lic of of life at moment to take short trips, togo charged with a secret assignment should place more stock In the A
speaking Dr. the
King, seitd. *-dollar toM summer's end cust Z8, 1949 Anti-Negro anti-Semitic
and .
visiting, to : Judgement > riots at
thril Peeks,1
spend should should !handle! missions
hold villa
,
II. Boulware Florfdajl extra appeal for NY.
U
& University, Box! ling hours with 1 unusual Indivi with splendid of est ones.
; assurances
many.
Tallahassee
31Q-At. Florida 32307. duals.
ii60 33.2.750 success, 1.io-; 4i. j.544' Aupst, ZII, 1151 Charles Sumner made his famous ..FraI .
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Ashley Street Club NotesGLENDALE ] Hew Members 01 l Kappa Della Pi Honor Society Leisure Ladies First Born Temple


Boxing ClubIn Meeting SlatedThe Holds Bus Outing

Ladies of Leisure Social
I Operatio. 11 and Savings Club will bold its August 26, is the date of the
,
01 Meeting August 29, Mrs W. H regular meeting, Tuesday August Fist Born Temple Sunday
14' The Ashley Street Boxing Club M. Johnson 1730 Hiram, hos 29th at 8:00 p.m.,in the home School outing. The bus win
was formed at the Eartha M. tess. Mrs. Christine Campbell 1: of Mr. Bessie Leonard, 1857 W. leave the church at 9 a.m.
White's All are asked to keep this cor-
MZt' Community Center last co-hostess. Mrs Maybell Taylor 24th Street.
rected date In mind.
week All members are expected.
president asks all to be
The center Is located in what present.
was formerly the usa Center
and was dedicated last week by FRIENDLY WESTSIDE r

Mayor Hans Tantler, Miss r.
White and This Sunday School Club returned -
City Recreation Department
from a tour of Miami

Julius Gulnyard officials. recreation recently, Thirty-four others f
,
t, made stayed at
department staff member is the trip. They VOlueTOWN
House Motel and
director of the center. .the Hampton
1- Villa. A wonderful time was
Gulnyard is certified under
r
by Mrs Dollle Mae
reported
m city civil service and federal '
'
Clark president.
civil service as a recreation
specialist and has been with the
arte. recreation department since SILHOUETTESThe & COUNTRY

1950. club win sponsor an out-
S.. Other activities scheduled at ing to American Beach Saturday SHIRTWAISTSWITH

ID the center are checkers, card August 26. The bus stops

\ games, ping-pong, billiards, are 26th and Myrtle, 8 p.m., THE LABEL YOU LOVE
u1e children's story hour, dancing, Union and Florida, S15 p.m.
and children's physical fitness and 1st and Florida at 8:30. "LADY BIRD" CLASSICS

I- program.The .
A facilities still without NIGHTINGALE SAVINE r

some Important equipment and This busy club will meet Sep- '
anyone who wishes donate any tember 5 at 8 p.m., In the _jl! rl ,W.lU 'i' JUST )

athletic gear to the center may home of Mrs. Eula Mae Givens, INDUCTED-Flortoa AIM University students who were Inducted Williams, River Junction; T.A. Blue Jr., Callahan; Doris
Vao contact the Jacksonville Recreation 1475 Northwest 18th. Mrs. Into Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary society In education, J. 1.. Johnson, Fort Lauderdale; Alma C. Brown Jacksonville -

11 Department or the EarthaM. recently are: Jerrlyne J, AIleD Tallahassee (Q-seated), M. Vivian Morris, Chipley, Ines R, West, Savannah, Ga.; (
White Center. EPICUREANS W. Anderson, Quincy; Victoria I. Rogers, Miami; Lucetla H. Wallace Chester, Miami; Willie M. Hicks, Jacksonville; \
Anateur boxlngpracticewillbe The meeting Is August 28 at Williams, Jacksonville; Bennetta B. Sberard Jacksonville; Walter W. Judge, Albany, Ca.; Betty L. Marshall, Fort s. .
.1.Q' Monday, Wednesday,Friday and 8:30: with Mr. and Mrs. Thad- Mildred McCoy, Jacksonville; Sandra L. Holloway, Jacksonville Lauderdale; Henry Demps, Jacksonville, Cornelius J. Jackson I
Saturday evelngs at 5:00: to7:00 deus 1410 10th St. The Joan D. Spaulding Jacksonville Alma C. Daniels Jack-
\- Alverez ; ; Tallahassee; Leonard Campbell, Tampa, Delores Z. II
1.1. p.m. Professional boxers will Bible verse will begin with the sonville, and Margarete L. Starkes, Jacksonville. Second Pearson, Jacksonville; and Samuel F. Sampson, Tallahassee. I
practice on Tuesday,Thursday, letter A. Members must be present row, left to right; Llnconyer E.W. Ward Jacksonville; Bettye
d I and Saturday evenings 5:00: to with their projects.
7:00: P.m.AsslstInc with the program -

.d< at the center are: Marva Jackson Weds Celebrate 401h Wedding Anniversary Civic Club Travel
,- Riley, Johnny C.Hamilton,Willie Evelyn Monegoin _
J. Setzler, Hugh BrownSin-
ldra To Talbot
Island
clair Johnson and Johnny Thomas. Jesse Cob s In Color RitesFort

.
The 2 E Civic CommunityClub
s The public is Invited to parti Myers. Fla., Gladiolas, Chrysanthemums, Palms and M ,, sponsored a trip recently -
d cipate. Wedding Bells provided a perfect nuptial background for the to Little Tabot Island. Four

a fashionable wedding of Miss Evelyn Monegain Jackson and captains made the trip: Mrs. .
ladies 01 Leisure Mr. Jesse Cobbs In this beautiful City of Palms. The Rev Charlie Jones, Mrs. Marjorie lp

Isadore Edward Jr., pastor of the Friendship Baptist Church, I Robert, Mrs. Callaway and
bI Take Trip To Miami performed the ceremony, a double ring ceremoney, in the ,f Vrs. Willie Mack. Swimming,
spacious auditorium of the church! on August 13, at 5 p.m. music and games were enjoyedby
l rbn 1 1ra The Ladles of Leisure went ona The former Miss Jackson all.
was girl was charming Alphanetta
trip to Miami recently. Those The club has a special meeting
beautiful wearing a formal Aklns.
who made the trip were:Mmes. on the constitution. Mrs. Will
white
nylon organza gown The Charles Draft was best man
Mattie 1. MarleSmothers liam Green served as head of
KIng
d Chantilly lace basque bodice and came from Richmond Va., t
Bertha Ayers, Annie B,Cumm- education, Mr Mack Freemanwas ()
IfIt was designed with long sleeves. groomsmen were Arthur Sheffield ,
ings, Willie M.Williams,Olivia A scalloped neckline principal speaker, ment : ,
was encrusted Richmond, George Smith features of ,
ndley, Alice P. Anderson, Elizabeth with Lace toning interesting
pearls. Richmond Jimmie Bass Al-
,
City Com-
Henderson school system
Juanita the
panels enhanced the skirt front Everett Victor Hall
onto ,
Beasey Virginia Lewis Ullle missioner, Dick Burroughs also Ion'
J and extended the full length of Thomas Gary and Charles Spell
M. Love Verna M. Holland and
spoke
,
9I the Watteau train. The elbow- of Fort Myers. Ushers were .
Griffin presided
Susie Odom. Mrs. Annette I
I length veil fell from an j '
organza Cannes White and Howard
Among guests were: Mrs. En- overthe August 14 meeting.Mrs.
petal disc
with
sparkling pearls. Woodberry, Jr.Ring bearer was
hostess.Mr.
ora Small, Yrs Retha Bur Victoria Clark was
The bride carried a cascade of Eugene Jones Jr. y
roughs, Mrs.Alice Hieght,Mrs. Lemuel Klmbrough has returned f
white roses centered with '
a Mrs Jeremiah Primus
Rosa L. Kegler, Mrs. Thelma white IT- to the city froma vacation '
orchid.
mother/ of the bride and principal -
Jordan, Mrs, Willie N, Jacksonand Mrs Audrey Mickens visited S
Mrs. Annie Wilma Minor. M, D of a sobooMn Palms-Clty, with' het brother; Mr.' George J

Mrs?'|fetttertKlng'' \ ',Is >Zsl-i: wore a beautiful pea- green Jones,. in St. Petersburg and
dent/Mrs:' Ja'M. Fowler re- georgette' formal, on Grecian was a guest of Harmony Baptist rwr

porter. Thr club; interested in style. The round neckline, was Church there, Mrs. Mittens I Ia
social activities and savings, accentuated with sequins. The, along with her husband stopped
off-the-face hat 'made d.
will meet August 29 at 8:30p.m.at was i MrA In flames City and visited
the horn of Mrs. Bessie Leonard baby peacock feathers, covered with her brother,Mr,Joe Jones, I
with white veil and and
1857 W. 24th St. Plans will green a retired minister.WEDDING .
white sequins. Mrs. Primus
be discussed for a trip to Magnolia a'M /
wore a single white orchid. /

Lake on Labor Day. BEllS '.
o11 ,
r
Following the fashionable ;'::4 t v. t

Andre Annas Trek wedding, the party and the large Elder and Mrs. Albert HOI who celebrated their 40th anniversary Hlghtower Hall, Jr., 3306
hosts of family members and on August 13, are shown cutting their anniversary Chase Ave., 32 and Beatrice

To Silver SpringsThe guests were received by Mrs. cake. They were married August 13, 1927, and gave birth to Johnson 1356 W. 22nd St., 27.
Primus. A white linen table- 12 children, nine sons and three daughters. Sons are Johnny,

I Andrew-Anna Council will cloth overlaid the table, In the McKinley, Albert, Bartholomew, Nathanle, Melvin, Samuel, Rudolph Frailer, ton W. 12th
sponsor a trip toSllverSprings, center of which was tiered cake Will and Andrew. Daughters are Mary, Martha and Lavern. St., 22 and Melinda Huffman
Sunday August n, 1967. :; topped with a miniature bridal The color scheme used at this reception was yellow and 1989 W. 13th St., 17.
The bus will make the following EVELYN JACKSON couple. Silver appointments white. Carnation was the'flower. The event was celebratedIn

stops: Tyler and Kings Road Attendants Mrs. Arthur scintillated. Mrs. Wilber Baker the dining ball of the First Born Temple, 825 W. Monroe Eddie Minor, 2344 tennis St., ,
7 a.m.; Gortheand BlueSts.7:15 Sheffield were: was in charge of the bride's Street, where many gifts and awards were prevented. Elder' S3 and Annie Wilma McWhlte,
a.m. 9th and Sts. 7:20 Richmond, Va.,matron book and was also in charge of Hill is the minister there r .
; Tyler) : of honor, Mrs Samuel the bridal ...:5728 Bree Rl, 29. ,b
Campanella Dr. 7.30: ; Myrtle party.Assisting were ,
Davis Mrs.Thomas Miss e
and 24th Sts. 7:45', Myrtle andlungs Gary, Rosaline Harris, Miss Patricia Tenny Rudolph Smith, 5704
Rd. 8:00, First and Board Daisy Sapp, Fort Myers; Miss Sautters and Miss Jessie White. Engagement Announced CALENDAR Belafonte Dr., 21 and Anetta, '
Annette Coins, Mrs. James Ro- .
815 and IOU Monroe St. 8:30.: Miss Helen Roberts received Louise Jones, 1951 W. 22nd St., ,
Tickets will be sold at the gers, &t. Petersburg, Miss gifts fro ui* newlyweds. Following Mrs. Wilhemenla Murray announces EVENTS 19, Orr I Ir
Freddie West $
and Miss Marion
of her r
the engagement
various bus stops. the beautiful reception, ,
Johnson, Tampa, bridesmaids. Mr. and Mrs. Cobbs left for daughter Aida Murry to Mr. The Rev. Theodore F.Graham i Carlton Lorenzo Grlssett. r

;\ Phone For Appointment They were gowned in floor- honeymooning in Miami and Abraham Williamson. Mr will appear In concert Sunday 3304 Pearce St., 18 and RachelChristine tl i.e'l
" length candy pink lace sheathes, Nassau. Williamson Is the son of Mrs. night, September 3, at New' Whitaker,5039 Spring

;) DR. REX SMITH with matching sleeves in The bride is the daughter if Jessie Mae Early of .Miami... ._ Zion Baptist Church,in the main 1 Grove Rd. 18. f ,
organza redingote..Ifeadp1eeeswert Mrs Evelyn Sams Canady of '. "" '" '"r ";- auditorium. An Interestingpro-
900 W. State EL-4-1187 Dior bows, with blusher 1767 Raleigh Fort Myers. "' ,. ,11" ,ion. ",11'" .: gram has been arranged. Timothy Hedgeman: ir:; 4907
veils. Mr. Cobb Is the son of the j '1" i; ,>. t.II: Choir No. 1 of the church Is: Marvin Rd., 30 and Nancy Do-

1 Office. Formerly Occupied I by Mrs. Sheffield carried a late Dr. and Mrs. Henry P. : "" ,1. ..' ,. sponsoring the appearance.The rethea Overstreet, 466 Wade

1.' Dr Lyocker-Opposlte Ella colonial roses.bouquet The of white bridesmaids miniature Cobbs The happy of Gordonsvllle couple will, Va.live In ;..j. '.i ... ,".. public is Invited. Dr., 22,

carried pink bouquets. Flower Richmond, Va. Mrs Cobbs Is ". .:',.: ,, ( :.J,,. '.' .;, MJNWKIRTBALLJacksonville Jos. Butler, 1131 Grothe Str.,
employed as a disability for the youngsters who 25 and Jacqueline Laverene
I State Department of Vocational 1.L\\ ,. ; '0- ;': I are operating> the "Operation Smith, 536 Acosta St., 20. '

Rehabllltion here Mr. Cobbs I.. ."I' ., ;,1 Green Power" project will bold I
is a teacher of English and 1910 W. 25th
a Mlnl-SWrt Ball Saturday Ernest Pitts, Jr.,
business the John Candy High i :(p.. : 'J night, August 26 at the Duval St., 26 and Betty Jean Johnson

School Ashland, Va. .(. County Armory Live music, ,1738 W, 21st St., 24.
Out-of-town guests were: J. ,
will be at the affair
t' t D. Mather, Bartow; WJ Sams, : featured Win. Benjamin Perry Jr.,1263
which starts at 8:30: p.m.
Jacksonville Mrs. Beatrice W. 5th St., 29! and Barbara
; Tickets are on sale at the Ann Kindler, 1771 Fairfax St.,
Johnson New York Mrs. J.
,
OGP office, .530 Broad Streetat

Have you heard? Woods. Logan, Lakeland St. Petersburg, Mrs., RubyT. Mrs.. I.1DA MURKY 31.25 each.Sponsors of.the event announce 2L

Ola Williams, Sarasota; Mrs. The event will take place there will be a prize for the WhIt-
Brlnda Bryant West Palm Sunday, September 10, at 4:30: shortest mini-skirt. James Burton, Jr.. 1422
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. James p.m., at Mrs. Murn l's home, man St., 32 and Maggie Felder )
1 1II Bryant, St. Augustine; Miss 1489 Grothe. Herloile.Of ,J322 Wolfe Ct, 33.

1 Carolyn Smlty, St. Augustine; The reception will follow. .
Something new at. Mr, and Mrs. C. Draft, Richmond Friends and relatives are invited. Mrs. Ethel Spears,

., .. Va., and Mrs. and Mrs. Jericho Grand There ore a thousand ways to have fun In a

G.W. Smith. Richmond. To Be FeaturedIn lady bird shirtwaist Go shopping, gardening,

Visit golf go f for a drive, go to work or off to

EDGEWOOD LOUNGE! I" ABOUT PEOPLE Matron To Fashion Show campus choose from many exciting stylesin

4 Heroines of Jericho Grand Matron Mrs. Ethel Spears, well known stunning new prints. Junior sizes 7 to 15 and ISkerwtoJ

Miss Quenette Mitchell, Miami,.and Mr. John Thomas, Jr., Johnson coming to Jacksonville iJazon who has 'gained prominence Petite sizes to 13.
4202 Connie St., West Jacksonville, will be married oo Septem oo to official visit. in the field of fashion
ber 29. The annoucement was made recently by the groom's For the occasion, Deputy A. and feminine culture will be Use your V iuCharge Account ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas. M. Frailer has called District wW be presented in a Fashion '

The marriage ceremonies will be performed at 5 p.m. 5 Herionei of Jericho, Exquisite on October I, 8 p.m. All SHOPS OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M.TONIGHT
from Queen of the Nile to unite
at fit Paul nm rhnrrh_
You won't belive your Ilrsl! .......se and assemble at the Masonic ooi;- models who win" be fea-

Temple, 410 Board Street,Sept. tured In the show Include Forest Ctittrliwitiwi

Mrs. Maud Fair, nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 15, I p.m.Aeclent. Eyvette Brown, Kyung W.George Citiiii;
Hunt, and son Raphael, of Fitzgerald and Atlanta Ga., respectively Matrons are to meet and Stephanye Bender- I

.. .:.' ( ; ... .w. ,. : visited Mrs. Fairs two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Walker and with G M JUM. Lola Johnson "Prudential BUg.- an Marco's Village Vogue-Lakewood ban'Jose
son.The
business. All officers and
Mrs. Mamie Smith, recently. They were entertained In Mrs. on afflar Is being sponsored P1al'b1lJpt Highway Plata-Southgate-Soutnilde
.lax Walkers Pink Room. Mrs. FaIrr.turnJncbom.w111sojourn In members of the various Heroine for the benefit of the Women's Estates: Town A Country. Arlington Jacksonville Beach-
Atlanta and enjoy retirement In the Colonial City. Mr. Hunt, a Courts will meet at 7 p.m. Day program of the church.

postal clerk win return from vacation: Hit. Hunt will return The Grand Patron EJX. Gip- Tickets may be secured at St. Roosevelt Mall-Cdgewood Ave/ Clandlng Blvd.MalaSfreetJdelbourneOcala.Walter
to teaching and Raphael will matriculate u an elementary'.pupil son will be the Honored Guest Paul Church and Bob's Record -, Ptrk .Sanford Palatka
: --
the Grand
In the Atlanta School system Mrs. Walker will also of Uatron. Shop. The public Is 'invited. Merritt Island Valdosta -Brunswicfc: -Rcency Square
I vacation In Atlanta. .
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II Greater Bethany Baptist Church To Observe Annual Laymen's Day 7




---i Greater Bethany Baptist Church Modeling- Clubs Display FashionsSTYLETS




Observance To Feature Laymen CHURDiEW




Annual Laymen's Day will be'celebrated at Greater Bethany

Baptist Church Sunday, August 27. The Rev. Landon Williams
>is pastor.

Services begin with Sunday Rev. Williams will make the call TABERNACLE BAPTIST Supt. C.A. Lawrence in sharp.
at V:30 a.m.,
School at 9:30 a.m., with Deacon Sunday School
to worship.The .
speaks at U a.m. All youth
the Rev. W.E. Young,
Clenton Jones in charge The pastor,
Male Chorus of Mt.Bethel
The choirs )and usher board No. 4 will serve. Sunday night service
I as guest superintendent. will be In charge c iouslc. Choir members and Usher Boardsare
All Youth
lesson will be rvlewed by the Mr. Anderson Rush Summer- begins at 7 p.m.
afternoon at 5:30 Prayer
asked to meet Wednesday p.m.
Rev. L. Champion of Mt.Ararat yule Baptist will be guestsolo-
at 7:30.
Wednesday night :
Baptist Church. ist. The Rev. James A. meeting every
In the morning worshkv Dea-BIn castor of Greater UnionFirst
CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD
erw Baptist will be presented Friday, August 25, at 8 p.m. the church features a musical
by Johnny Williams.At 3 p.m. jtn Appearing will be Mrs Tnelma Edwards and the Thelmaettes,
:
E. Sheppard will be in
charge.
Mrs Essie Mae Thomas and other singers of the area are
The Rev. Roosevelt Williamswill
i Invited. Mrs. Llllie Mae Lamar is sponsor. Elder J. Taper Is
be speaker. At 6p.m.,Deacon .I The church is located on 28th near Pearce Street.
pastor.
Wells of Ararat will be in
charge. \
l The I, SECOND BAPTIST
Male Chorus of Greater
Baptisms 1 services win be held Tuesday at 7 J5. The Rev.
Bethany Baptist will sing. The
administer the rites. The deacons, assisted
win
J.C. SaInI
i ity
Rev. of Deland will
Bing be
the speaker. by others, will conduct the "Prayer Period of Faith." The

The deacon raising the largest pastor win be In charge of the Bible Hour. The monthly business

amount of win be crown- meeting win at 8:30: p.m., with pastor presiding. Sunday
money School at 9 SO a.m..L.C. Chester
:
services begins with Sunday
ed King of the.Day.
superintendent In charge. Morning worship at n ajn. BaptlslTraining .

s Union, 5:45 p.m., Mrs R. H. Morrlssette charge.
--- First Baptist Holds
RELANDON WILLIAMS DAYSPRING BAPTIST

con Jones will open the ser- Class Sunday School, 6:30 a.m., Mrs. Johnson superintendent
vices and Deacon Axson of RegistrationRegistration ty Guest teachers will help. The lesson, "Courage Born of

Grace Baptist win lead. The for the fall term I Commitment", will be reviewed by the Rev. Mrs. Weaver.
__ Morning worship at 11 a.m. BTU at 5.45 p.m., with Mra.Ciladys .
win be .Monday August 28 _
,.
Dr. Daniel L.
worship
9 to 1:00 Crapp presiding. Evening
Dayspring Baptist a.m., : p.m., through "
September 1, at First Baptist Laury speaking on "Mother. All captains are urged to make
the Mrs. W Malnor Is
financial reports to office during day.
Church 1025 Jessie
St.
,
Has LeaderAs s fI chairman of pucllclty.MT.MORIAHAME .
Michigan This will be a banner year, I
hot lunches will be served daily ;
Guest Speaker a group of well trained workers
will be waiting to welcome Plans for the Annual Women's Day is near completion, according -

Dayspring Baptist holds its school children, ages 3 to pre-5 I to chairlady, Mrs. Clara Jackson.Captains art:Neggle
annual Women's Day Sunday, September 5. Jennings, Alberta Reid, Ophelia Middleton, Louise Lewis,
August 27, with Dr..Pauline All children are required to < Henrietta Ponder, Erdell Hill, Bertha Sabb, Leila Williams,
Campbell of Detroit as guest have health certificates from I Estelle Alexander, Mamie Flultt and LUlle Mae Hall. Mrs.
speaker. Dr. Campbell is president the doctor for registration.Pick Alice Mack will bead the Sunday School, along with Pauline
of the Michigan Women's up and delivery services ''Bryant and Geneva Palmer. Mrs. Elsie Dye is co-chairman.:
Convention, a dynamic speakerand will be available. Sunday, August 27, at 4:30: the Sunday School win hold Its

is, also a teacher In the For further information call' I r anniversary. The Rev. J.C. Bannerman is pastor.
Detroit Public School System.' the church or Mrs Alexander
Mrs. Robert Mallard is General Robinson, supervisor. MT. OLIVE BAPTISTMt.
chairman, Mrs. WillardP. Olive Baptist Sunday School begins 9:30: a.m. Morning
Smith co-chairman.: Mrs; worship at U a.m. Rev. Rogers will deliver the message.

Cyrus A. Weaver win be"Pas Usher Board 1 Prayer meeting Tuesday night.
tor for the Day. Mrs. Nettle
Falrflagg will sing. Mrs askew FIRST CORINTH
will direct the ladles choir. Slates MeetingUsher Sunday School at 930. Morning worship, U a.m. Youth choir

The women ushers of Board 1 Board No. I of Second and ushers win serve throughout the day.Deacon Edgar Slmras
and 2 will serve. All wives Baptist church win meet Thursday in charge. Deacon Board, units 1 and 2 will sponsor their
of deacons and trustees serve August 31, in the basementof f III 1 1' 0. ri annual auditorium tea Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Miss Mungaln at
No 2' ushers will At 6.45 Choir No. 1 Usher
Instead of their husbands. the cbruch at 8 p.m. organ. serve. ,
Board No. and Gospel Chorus will participate. Prayer meet
....... .
-.I _'........ ,:
., -- 11 log Tuesday, teacher's meeting Friday, 7:30. Choir No.1
-Some of the models participated in tne Fashions 60 and Fashionette Club, respectively. At right is Bernice, rehearsal Friday night. .

11AeaarN and Profiles show presented at the Elks Auditorium last Sunday bedecked in fur. In the bdtom row from left are Eula Thornton, .. ...
under the Joint sponsorship of the Vogue 60 Models and the Vivian Hill and Ruth Valdez."Other :models included Helen FIRST NEW MT.'ZION M "

Fashlonette Modeling Club are seen as they displayed the latest McRoy, Jeanette Solomon, Margaret Williams, Alive Clark, Usher ,Board No.' 2 of the First Nc Zion i Baptist Church
styles. In the top row are Joyce Price in the first scene. At Jack Berry, Gladys Grapps and Lucille Smith Mrs. Dorothy will sponsor the annual spiritual tea A...jst 1'1, 196'1, from
en center Theresa Mackey and Ruth Deal presidents of the Vogue King served as narrator. (Photos by Emerson Photos) 4 to 6 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adams, 2710 45th
Jackson. Mother Annie Bell Williams will the speaker.Public is

= ii IN MEMORIAMIn Mt. Salem Baptist Invited.


LSD Q.. II i son and loving brother memory Pfc.of Willie our r ABOUT:: :PEOPLEJAXONS : : I AFRICAN The African UNITED United CHURCH Church, 1129 Miner, will celebrate their

/ 1p .James Fryer who passed Plans Women's DayMt. 10th anniversary, Sunday night at 6:30. Participants will be
w
'C : J away August 23, 1965 in Catherine Coleman, Claudine Coleman and Alberta Coleman,
Vietnam, one Jerdene Charleston Singers. Mrs. Marie
CD year ago. He Salem Baptist Church,will Brown Boys, Trapp,
bas not died he left us for Roseburr will Introduce the mistress of ceremonies Mrs.
hold its annual Women's Day
Plessle Rogers. The welcome address will be byRutha &ubsnkand ;
S 'on October 23. Mrs. Catherine
TO TEACH IN VIRGIN ISLANDS
= 1 Sampson is general chairman, the response by Mother Raney.

w; .* Miss Viola Johnson, cochairmen. Two Jacksonville sisters, leave Sunday\ August 27, for the FRIENDLY BAPTIST CHURCH

;""t.: + Mrs. Delores Bright will Virgin Islands, where they will teach. They are Miss Annie The District Laymen's Brotherhood Union, auxiliary of the
c1)p 1 ,. be in charge of programs, with Bell Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henry, 1710 West East Florida and Bethany Association,, will hold revival here

,. Mrs.Services Dallas at assisting.the church are 29th, and her sister Gertrude.For Sunday, at 3 p.m. The Rev. W.M. Hill Is moderator. The Rev.

.. / Sunday School, 9:30, Supt. Jack the past two Miss Hartley is pastor. The Rev. Theodore Lee, of Sprlnghlll Baptist
= .C C) .? years Henry has worked in BunnelL, will speak The B.H. Hartley chorl will sing. Brother
'= t :"': Green in charge. The lesson Fla., and In Duval County. She Is a member of the Abyssinia ,
of the local brotherhood will be in
; Lm. Jones, president ,
.topic will be reviewed by the Baptist Church the Rev.
L.
B.
0 Wynn, pastor.
'C .... Rev. Rogers, pastor. Morning charge. State President S.M. Davis and District President'Walker

= ..... .H.., I service is at 11 a.m., Deacons win also speak
r+ I Wilbert and Calhoun is in

tQ CD 0 : charge.At CALIFORNIANS VISIT JAX RELATIVES GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE HOLY TABERNACLE
.. P" 3:30.p.m., District 1 will The General Assembly of the Holy Tabernacle is now in
E .. I celebrate its anniversary. At Mrs. William M. Moulden and daughter Cyndle of Palmetto, session with Apostle R. 1.. Davis in charge. Services run
,e mrIJ Pic. WILLIE JAMES FRYERthe the 6 p.m., service the pastor Calif.. are visiting with their mother and grandmother respectively through August 27. Listed as speaker for Friday 11 Miss
better land of days. will speak at 1835 Francis Street this week. Mrs. Moulden Mary A. Smith. Services Sunday are at 10 a.m., U a.m. The
mOO And behind life's curtain beyond 1s better known as Virginia Carter. After a visit of two weeks General Mother, Jlmmle L. Hendon, will speak at 11a.m.
all grief and pains,there Phone For Appointment with her mother and with her friend, Mrs Elizabeth Jones; At 3 'p.m., a program will be given, with chairman Lydia
= o will be happier dawning whenwe .'Mrs. Moulden will return to California. She is vice principal Dlggs in charge. The Holy Tabernacel Singers win appear.
... meet again. DR. REX SMITH r. of the Kavanaugh Elementary School, there.Ttut Other talent will include the Tedd Community Singers. HolyTabernacle
.
1 ao01N Signed: Is located at 1678 West 9th Street, Jacksonville.
900 W. State! EL-4-U87
r-t- Mr. and Mrs. George Fryer,

..... Sr., parents; Miss Mary Alice Office Formerly Occupied by ...- Ciitini Qi 'ailSVETERANS'
ttj. 'Fryer, sister; George Fryer, ,' ''' .
Jr., brother. Dr. Lyncker-Opposite ,Rltt I .I T
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I Bishop Hatcher Praised For Leadership, Mrs. Slather Acclaimed For Her Charm I





State-Tri Meet At Edward Waters District Celebration Q CHURCH NEWS Grant Memorial Plans Sister Essit Tkinis


Proves To Be An Historic EventEdward ,St. Luke Baptistfor CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 For October Services Celebrates Aiiivimry

Sunday Sister Essie Mae Thomas,
Waters College, which celebrated its Centennial Fifty-two years of service by toe Sunday School department Mrs. Lottie Rose and other J. Moore, Finance, Mrs Len- Known as the Gospel Warhorse,
Anniversary recently and Is located In Jacksonville, toe St. Luke Baptist Church will of St. Thomas will be observed Sunday. At the same time leading women of Grant Memorial ora Smith Mrs B.L.T jStep- will celebrate her anniversary
gateway city to Florida, was the headquarters for the annual celebrate their anniversary Miss Marie Merritt, superintendent, will be honored, at the ChurchA.U.E.ar.plannlnr. hens. Sunday, September 10, 'at 8:30
Sthte-Tri-hlstihde of the Sunday School, Christian Endeavors on Sunday, August 27, at the 9:30 Sunday School way ahead for their Annual Wo- On toe decorating committee with a program at Mt.
Fellowship, and Women's Missionary SocletJ, presided over church, beginning at 4 p.m. Mt. Ararat Baptist will be represented by Deacon J.L. Chat- men's Day-October 22. will be Mmes. Gertrude Hatch Ararat Baptist Church, In toe
by the esteem Episcopal: Leader of the Eleventh Episcopal The program Is as follows: man, guest reviewer. Special recognition will be given to The committee serving with er, Ernestine Poole,Frances J. annex.
District, Bishop Eugene Clifford Hatcher and the Queen of an Devotion, Peace Community Mrs. Lizzie Mitchell, for 48 years of service as a teacher. Mrs. Rose follows: Cochairman Moore, Doris Smith On the Many prominent groups of the
African Methodism In Florida, the talented wife of toe Bishop Prayer Band; Selection, Mt. Choir No. I and Usher Board 2 will function In the morning Mrs Lucius Kennedy, music committe are Mrs. Lu- city will appear. Among guests
Mrs. Oretha T. Hatcher. Canaan Choir No. 2; Introduction services, leading the procession.,The Rev C.W. Neal pastor, Mrs. Frankle Guyton and Mrs. ella McBride and Mrs. Eunice will be the Sons of Jubilee,
Registration for the more than M. Martin, pastor of St. Andrew of mistress ceremonies, will be speaker. Annie M. McIntosh, Prgorams, Richardson, Music Committee.Mrs. The Celestial Gosepl Singers,
1500 young people (toe largest AME Cliurch, Memphis, Mrs. C. M. Beckwith by Mrs. Fellowship hour will be at 3 p.m., BTU is at 5 30 p.m., with Mrs. Pecola Hopkins and Mn. Ernestine Setphens and Choirs No. 3 and 4, the Male
delegation ever to attend the Tenn. Carrie B. Pinkey; Welcome address Deacon Young presiding. Evening worship will be at 7 p.m., the Savannah Smith,Souvenior Programs Mrs. Clytie Harp, Steering Co- Chorus of Mt. Ararat and Mrs.
state meeting In the history Dr. Martin stirred the hearts Miss Beverly Green, male chorus singing mmittee. Thelma Edwards.
of Florida) began August 7th of his listeners as he became with response by Miss Robin New Redeem Baptist Church's Sunday School anniversary Others are: Publicity, Mmes.
at 8:00: am., and continued overshadowed with the Holy M. Johnson. History of Churchby begin at 5 p.m.,Sunday coming.Usher Board No. 1 will celebrateIts Vlvlanna Hicks and Minnie Per- Miry iitau Celebrates. Fiirtl iiiiimiry I
through toe day. Because of Spirit as he preached from the Miss Betty Streeter.The anniversary Monday night at 8 p.m. Other services ire: ry, Sanday' : School,Mrs.Catherine Mary Goodman, noted gospel
Cli Celestials Austin
business acumen and sill of subject, "How to be Cheerful speaker, Elder George Sunday School at 9:30 Deacon Washington in charge, the McKenzle and Mrs. Lucille 'singer, will celebrate her fourth tones, ;
Twins Choirs 3-4 Band Male
the distinguished Episcopal on a Leaking Ship." This ser- Sadler, assistant pastor of Ml. pastor, the Rev. E. I. Norman, reviewing the lesson; Morning Batnes, Ushers Mrs. Annie anniversary Sunday, August 27, ,
Chorus of Mt. Ararat Voices of
leaders, many registrationswere vice was graced with the Canaan Baptist.will be Intro- worship at 11 a.m., deacons In charge. Choir No. 1 and Ushers Marshall and IIr.. Willie Mae In toe annex of toe Mt. Ararat ,
received In advance, and presence of the Honorable Mr. ducted by Mrs kvelyn Fleming. 1 will serve through the day,with Mrs.Fannie Jackson In charged Richardson. Baptist Church at 8:30 p.m. Jerusalem and others. All
kits for toe delegates were Hans Tanzler, recently elected The Rev. M.J. Trowel will music. Social Afflars.: Mrs. Frances Featured guests will be the groups are invited to this gala
ready upon their arrival which Mayor of Jacksonville. extend the invitation. Mrs. Sons of Jubilee. McCaU Singers affair.
made toe assignments, under Also present was Mrs. Sallye Annie M. Baskins, Isaac Cross, -- --
the supervision of the capable Mathis, one of the two recently and Mrs. Bessie Rhyans will l a
secretary of toe Bishop, Mrs. elected NegroCouncllwornen. take the offering. Presentation
Geraldine O. Glenn, and mem- On Tuesday night the Youth will be by Mrs.Odessa McGrlff.
bers of the Housing Committee, Night program was held in Lee Deacon Russ McCloud will make
Rev. A. R. Richardson and A. Auditorium of Edward Waters closing remarks, the Rev.Tro r
C. Chandler, an easy task. College with Mrs. Maeola J. well will deliver the benedic
Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher are Monroe, presiding tion.
At the Noon Hour Assembly
the youth were In charge, with
the youthful Rev Fred Richardson Fernandina Church

Jr., Presiding. The Rev. /
R. V. Webster, toe College Holds Men's DayNew W10NTGOMERYWARD ;IEIIf
Chaplain and Dean of Theology,
delved the message.The Mt. Zion Baptist,Ferna-
Missionaries led a Freedom dint Beach, Fla., will celebrate
Rally at St. Stephen AME toe annual Men's Day Sunday.' I
Church at 7:30 p.m., with Mr. Guests will officiate at all services ,
Wendell Holmes delivering the beginning with the Sunday
message and Rev. D.H. Jamison School at 9:30 a.m. I
presiding.MRS. The Rev. R. W. Jackson, pas- '
HATCHER PRESIDESMrs. tor of Jerusalem Baptist, South
Oretha T. Hatcher, toe Jacksonville, will speak In the \ '
being praised for the utilization Episcopal Supervisor, who Is morning service, the Rev. W. fA( %% I
of toe qualified and unparalleled the epitome of everything that Demps at 6 p.m. He is pastor f/
talents of the district. Is lovely was very pleased to of Beulah, Jacksonville. Music ) ( J
preside over such a large will be by a men's chorus. aI.
At S:00 p.m., the Rev. R.E. toatherlng of respectful and dedicated The Chairman Is Lewis I. t 4
Lamb, the Director of Christian Missionary women.The Williams, the co-chairman )
Education and Rev.CharlesE. General Theme for toe Mission Jamos 1.. HalL The public is ( 0)
Toston, Assistant Director aries was "Christ and the Invited to attend all services E3 (
of Christian Education,met with Faiths of Men" Mrs. Mary
the Staff and Faculty members Jennings, State President of toe
of what was proved to be the Missionary Society, along with Church Head Talks : \ ct '. '
their .
greatest Institute in the his- the officials expressed
tory of the church. deep appreciation to Mrs. Hat About Mini Skirts I1
The ,Consecration Service on cher for the Godly manner In ]
August 1th was held at 8 p.m. which she leads the dependable
at the Mt. Olive AME Church Missionary organization.Glow- Mini-Skirts, No!
the Rev. B. J. Williams, pas- Ing praises from every, area was Bishop S.M. Shelton, International -
,tor. Dr. S.S. Morris, pastor heaped upon[)Mrs.- Hatcherfor leader of the Apostolic
of Coppin>> Chapel AME Church, her planning and work of ,Church, struck a stinging blowin l
Chlcagp, nilnlols, delved. a ,the lnttgrresting 'Pro >f? (of a radio broadcast recently.He L
heartwarming sermon. the cause of Missions she spoke enthusiastically of a ;
Bishop Hatcher' was loud in has brought to Florida. She future when young womanhoodwill ,
his praise for the Rev. Morris was supported by eight of the return to normal. /L\ g 1
(candidate for the office of Bishop. finest Conference Branch Presidents During a recent young people Ctrl
.) Associating Bishop Hatter In the AME Church. conference of the church, be
01the rostrum of the The are Mrs. Ablah Shehee, stressed that the world must
recently air-candltiodedchurch Mrs. Annie Henson, Mrs. return to the normal and not
were Florida's aspirants for Maude Jackson, Mrs. Ollva get off
the Bishopric, the Revs. S.A. Smith, Mrs. Laura Sampson, get off into the ridiculous.
Cousin, WJS.White,ID.Hinson, Mrs. Ethel Jone, Mrs. Jean- The Jacksonville church Is
A. J. Reddlck, and Revs. ette Kelly and Mrs. Car located at 1059 Florida Ave.
H. McNeal Harris and R.E. mettee Culmer. During the
Lamb. Misslonar Hour Mrs. Hatcher Nl..t'
On Tuesday morlng August presented several persons fora New Bethel To Host \
8th at 7 a.m the spaciousairconditioned Quardrennial Symposium.
Sanctuary of St. The Institute closed on Friday ?
Stephen AME Church, built and with the Rev. TJ5. Johnson, Youth Program Sunday "e dr k !S;% A SPECIAL PURCHASE SO UNUSUAL- iHJ/ I
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NAACP Protests Proposed CUed For Accenolishnenh JLC Charges That Religion And Race

BY NEGRO: PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Cat In Welfare Payments SNCC Has Joined

WEEKS QUOTE
NEW YORK-The National Association for the advancement : "Riots are inexcusable. In condemning them,we cannot ignore
of Colored People has sharply criticised the House Ways and, Klan And Nazi Party their ultimate causes..they are spectacular evidence of deeply

Means Committee for adoption of a provision calling reduction. -L, NEW YORK N.YThe entrenched social injustice. The widespread death and de-
of Federal welfare payments to states which do not reduce the Labor Committee, which Jewish struction shouts at us that there is no time to delay. The cost

number of families on relief. affiliates with, a combined represents in lives and dollars is incalculable. We must meet this chal-

In Identical telegrams dispat- employs heartless tactics a- membership of 5000,000 charge lunge (by) finding meaningful solutions and establishing effective
ched August II to Committee ganlst a segment of the population. that the Student Nonviolent Coordinating programs."-Matthew H. Ahmann, executive director,
r National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, Chicago:
Chairman Wilbur Mills, Majority Committee, led by
Leader Carl Albert, Minority We are also most apprehensive fftok'ely Carmicheal and H.Rap
Leader Gerald Ford and over the provision In this Brown, has "nor irrecocably APPOINTMENT
HEW Secretary John W. Gardner type of legislation urging the Joined the anti-Semitic American NEWWARK, H.J. NPI-Methodlst Blpbq Prince A. Taylor .
NAACP Executive Director states to establish family planning Had Party and the Ku Wax Jr., is one of the prelates appointed to the bl-racial
Roy Wilkins warned the adoption senlc.and otherpro- Klan u an apostle of racismin "blue ribbon" panel to investigate causes of the recent riots

by Congress of the reduc- grams alledgedly to combat Illegitimate the United States." in New Jersery.

tion provision will bolster the births. This should The JLC: statement, releasedby
appeal of those who now counsel be spelled out and specific prohibitions Jg1H J/ its National Director, E- ON WORLD BODY
destruction of a society which Inserted in order that manuel Muravchlk, was made BRISTOL, England.-(NPI)> -The Rev. S. Nomenyo, Evan-
employs heartless tactecs a- desirable birth control program in commenting on the latest lexical Church of Togo, was one of 18 new members electedto
ganist a segment of the population. are not exceeded by the state issue of SNCC's bi-monthly the Faith and Order Commission World Council of Churches
and loal action not authorizedby newspaper which depicts General duvlng the closing plenary session of the group's 10 day meetat

The full text of the telegram, the Congress. W. urge you ( Mosbe Daylan with dollar Bristol university recently. The commission is charged by
which Mr. Wilkins also sent to to use every means available signs instead of stars on his the WCC with leading its 223-member churches toward greater
New York members tithe House to you to amend, clarity or eUminate 'i r shoulders and contains numerous adeem for unity of belief and organization.

of Representatives, follows: section of the pending other blatant appeals toan-
legislation the adoption of which GRASS ROOTS' APPEAL
National Association for Advancement --- ,- ttSemltlsm.
of Colored People would bring anguish and anger "It has become Increasingly MILWAUKEE-(NPl>-An appeal to the 700,000 Catholics in
strongly protests provision a- to large populations of our ci- PRESENTED AWARDS-Four prominent graduates of Florida AIM University who have clear in recent months," the the Milwaukee arcblocese to "do everything within your power,
tizens. made outstanding accomplishments In their communities and the state were presented in home at work at school among neighbors to
dopted by House Waysnd Means JLC said, "that SNCC has cut your your ,
Committee to reduce Federal meritorious achievement awards by Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president of FAMU, during itself off front this clear away prejudice and misunderstanding," has been made
payments lor the weUn.to the Black Power Leader commencement exercises. The four are: left to right, Wilts C. Alexander Jr., executive and responsible country'sconstructive by Archbishop William E. Cousins. His plea was made over

states U states do not reduce secretary of the Florida Interscholastic Athletic Association, John Daniels, outstanding civil rights movement and that the city radio and television stations one week after the riot
number of families on relief BillIn citizen and businessman, Mrs. Sallye B. Mathis, member of the Jacksonville City Council, it is firmly in the grip,of a small which shook and closed down the city for 26 hours.
rolls. This provision takes no Praises Housing and Mrs. Mary L. Singleton, also a member of the Jacksonville City Council. group of black racists under .

account of recurring emergencies recent testlmong given before Castrolte Influence."Unfortunately SUGGESTION

such u natural disasters or the Senate Subcommittee on Retired News Editor Rumford Act Saved GOP Leaders Say. Riot as those of us KANSAS CITY, Mo. -(NPT)-Some 160 leaden of Methodist
civil disorders.It Housing and Urban Affairs, Dr. in the liberal-labor movement women from across the nation were told during a recent
Ignores shifting employment Black Power and Urban Unrest As It's Foes fail know froom. long experience seminar of the Methodist Board of Missions' Women's Division -
patterns such as seasonal and organizer and chairman of CAW.Ka'I- every movement for social held at St. Paul School of Theology, that national *
SACRAHENTO ( Panel Is Not Enough
employment and closing of the Newark "Black Power" Joins Risk Company Efforts to repeal, water down : change produces its little extremist convention of American religious leaders of all faiths should A
or
Brooklyn Navy Yardand reduction Conference, praised the Percy this state's Runtord, housing splinter groups, and be called In proposing this meeting, the Rev. John A. Local, b
of aircraft with Long Island Housing BUI, u "a wholly creative FORT WORTH,TEXAS-NPI act have failed-open-thanks to Republican warned Congressional the Administrationthat leaders this is now happening in the ci- S.J., New York, said the convention should "plan carefully (

beginning toward home Joe Terrel!, president of the the Inability of the acfs foes its Blue-Ribbon Panel cll rights movement. The danger a united, dynamic interfaith campaign to eradicate every '
plants. No recognition Is given ownership for ghetto residents: fast growing Texas Capitol Life to to was is that SNCC's racist ranting trace of racial discrimination from our American way of "
get together on position not to end urban
unrest
to reiterated and documented Dr. Wright further stated"the Insurance, announced last week the la the enough and its appeals for violence lute."
measure. nation's cities.
discrimination agonist Negro Administration's past housing that Leon L.Lewishubeenad- /I
will be used by racists on the
The fair housing act remain their .
workers In many Industries efforts have been effectively because ded to his staff as public relations the books as a senate-assembly Barkslng three up freshmen statementwere other side to block urgently Gregory Calls For
Republican -
in a still considerable number have made urban renewal director.
they needed social and economic
committee failed to wrok out re- ;
of craft unions. We refer you to equal to Negro removalThe Before retiring this spring, between the Representatives: George "No responsible person or organisation Christmas Boycott Rites Held For
a compromise Bush
se- of Texas William A.Stel-
Bureau'01 Labor Statistics of new housing bill, was authorized Lewis has for 40 year.been editor Negro or white ATLANTA.NPICome-
nate's bill repealing the actand of Wisconsin and William
U.S. Department of Labor which by the Senator Charles of and magazine ger
newspapers the assembly's measure water- 0. Cower of wants this to happen. dian Dick Gregory has urged
asserts officially that the national Percy,Republican of Illinois throughout the nation. Since retirement ing it down. the creation Kentuckywhoproposed of a NEIGH-- that no Christmas presents, Levi Hamilton
rate unemployment back In February, to give low- he has been operatinghis
Thanksgiving turkeys or new
Thus the Rumford actltvedon'in ( posed the creation of ,
po relevabce to-Negro unemployment Income Americans the opportunity own public relations firm in ,state ehre a Neighborhood cars be brought until the Vietnam GOLDSBORO, N.C. (NPI) Funeral -
a opposition to Action Crusade-
because the latter! is to become home owners Instead North Texas. FIRST TIME war ends.Addressing services have been heldfor I
at least twice and In some localities of renters. Already 148 Lewis started out in newspaper open occupancy was vigorousand would give local government 400 peace marchers Levi Hmallton, Sr., Hamilton'
well organized.And the foes immediate to held relieve
u much u four times Republican Members of Congress field with the San Antonio Register powers WASHINGTONNPI1be be said he would not funeral home operator,who died >
of fair in tension in ,
bousing fighting the cities. *
the national rate. have Join In supportingthis in 1930; and has worked opwn Capital Drycleaners association serve in Vietnam "to guarantee after an extended illness. '
In this circumstance and in the bill, including all 36 COP with newspapers from CalUor- occupancy on several fronts rather GOP leaders also suggested --59 members strong--is some foreigner instant freedom Hamilton, who founded his funeral ,
than on unite front prompt creation of White
face of difficulties of placing Senators. cola to Florida in capacity of editor one working together u a trade, when six black kids home In 1934, at one time
were largely responsible for House Center which would force my
Negro workers in Jobs after The bill, which was cosponsored and advertising executive.He for the first time-thanks, in get it on the installment planat operated branches In Wilson, '
the acf survival. the national
they have completed training by New Jersey Republican also wu executive editor bureaucracy to use part to the guidance of the home. Smithfield, and Snow Kill.

courses, the arbitrary cutoff of Congressman William B. of the first Negro love story is Opposition old to the In Rumford act the its existing t authority to avoid Small Business Guidance and Gregory, who led the march He was a member of the National -
an story California.
everpresent
Federal funds from a state Wlndall, would create a National -, magazine published by Sam Solomon The measure had appeared of civil disorder in development cities Development Center at Howard said U.s. officials ought to tell Funde r 1 Directors and
would be more than a hardship. Home ownership Foundationthat of Miami and in 1954 was our University. The three-year-old the worl d about the march's Morticians State, and Eastern
doomed This White
1964 when House
as early u Center would
It would constitute a notice to would get Its funds from a senior editor of the New York center, which received Com- interracial character. "We District FunderalDirector.u-'
the set-upon Negro community special $2 billion bond sale offered Social Whirl,a weekly news ma- Californians, by law.a validate the also grievances hold hearings on Negro, merce Department funds, has walked for two miles in the sociations the Masons. Elks I
,that its living problems are of on the public markey. gazine the size of Time. This open occupancy speed up'ocalpub given management training South to protest the Vietnamwar and NAACP.
The lic and
referendum declared
no concern to Federal government This money would then be loan was a venture of Charlie Banks was private project more Job courses to about 500 persons said the comedian "we Survivors are his wife, Mrs >
unconstltution the state for ,
machinery and will be ed to local associations who of New York. pybath unemployed Negro youths, and ,Individual, t assistance to weredt attackedI Geneva Bass Hamilton two son I
on or ;
Jumped
dealt with through( Jerejngtory. could then build orrenocate, ,, f )Intermittently he has worked. Ronald and U.S.Supreme Reagan courts. Mo.But I,I convince assure top local Federal official efforts to another 200./And it his hefted, doubt we. could have done the, Levi Hamilton Jr. and LeMont'
was swept to
ukases tt wilfbtorter tea Appeal homes to be sold, not rented. as public relations counselor the office 1 use the ,dry-cleanlftg officials: .esestabllsiTa same la Mew York or Chicago.- Hamilton;; 'a'xJauibfoT1;"'Ifr..'
upanded school and
governor's on a platform recreation'facilities
of those who counsel low Income families :, ,traddasociitedon ,
now to
through both for established firms and that include indifference toopen The march is said to have Catling; four sisters; udahost t
.destruction of a society which- long term, low interest loans. on his own.the and instruct the Department throng which they could been of the of other relatives
housing, U not hostility one largest protests
of Interior to help in help each other operate more
to it.Gov.. including swimming pool facilities ; efficiently. against the Vietnam war *****
Reagan urged that the act in tension-ridden ghetto ever held in the South.

be modified, and he indicatedthat areas. w auor .e a
he would sign a bill repealing House Republic leader Gerald
,
bottle with the : the open housing mea- Fordm who also spoke at the REGULATION GYM SUITS

sure. Press Conference said that,"It

In his view, leaving the Rum- was mandatory that Congressand
ford act on the books of California the Administration get at the 'tl by MOORE :

would be obviously con- root causes and enduring cures t
trayer to the wishes of the electorate of the racial situation In Ameri nro 1 ;

built-in which voted overwhelm ca.Ford \
spare ingly in 1964 to repeal the present further stated a series
law. This was a reference of proposals which the GOP .
to Proposition 14. had made back in January to

I When the state senate approved meet some of the needs of Impoverished \ .

,. a bill that would have repealed Araerl-ans. .
the Rumford act,it was believed Creation of a neW'lndus- "
that open occupancy had try Youth Corps" that would \
about had it in California. provide direct and immediate

S When the state senate approv- relief to urban residents by offering I
t The Rumford act forbids dls- on-the-Job-tralnlng em- '.
tt 'crimlnatlon in the cale or rental employment programs sponsored tROCKET '1I

of publlcy assisted housing by private Industry.
or any apartments with more Prompt passage of the GOP
than four units. sponsored "Opportunity Crusa
The modified bill would have de" a program designed to use I)
exempted owned occupied- private industry and the States ,
aEtin'll structures of less than five units in partnership with Federal government s

This feature would have eliminated in the fight on pover I
bItI eatCCeUaIa I
most homes from corunIlYe'the ty. SHORTS
A total overhaul and redirection JAMAICA. : SHIRT TOPPERCIRL'S _
tIIeensoisesyeuM 'I
the assembly
senate
r .. s a spare! has strong liberal, and con- of the Poverty War to IR DESIRED(
; BLOOMER
oleSS@S IW I cut all waste and ban administration
Cr
r ... servative facts, neither of them and put into MISSES', BOY. LEG STYLE OR JAMAICA< SHORT

w a 3 willing With one to give fraction in to pushing the other.for leaders the hands who of local know program and community under- The BOY and GIRL SHOP alnAit1'1, 1'


8' r Iia :repeal the other of the seeking Fumford to retain actand the ,1 ban stand ghettos.the problems of the urI 3142 BEACH BLVD. (SOUTHSIDE) ST. NICHOLAS Tit a f.M. :

measure the compromise arrangement -
was worked out. -

JT ) The question then went to a

senate-assembly, committee,
k .which tried to arrance anac-

icomodationbill.me .
committee abandoned< efforts -- 41
to reach agreement,as the
1967 session of the leglsture ,
vlosed.

But open housing saved,at last b00o
in principle, by the inability of
the Rumford act's foes to work

together, still faces several ro Stf'I'
'
*- hurdles ana of which might be
T fatal.The

state continued to be run .. "- r.y
by a govenor indifferent, U not
I hostile, to open housing. There ..
was little hope of vigorous enforcement
1L-: Ir of the Rumford Act

with Reagan u govenor. I
An expected outcome of thetsllure'to

kill open housing leg
islatively 1* another
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fjfl Classes over Ice-In every l because this I Is the bottle with the DeueiVl a new referedum. This
Hart Quart bottle of coca.coMore: built-in spare-every Half Quart bottle -Wltll to.be the idea of the California seems

jconomy: more convenience more gives you not two,but three full flVkf Real Estate association, which
Coke.More economy: because In this glasses' of Coke over Ice.: Its VJLM backed the 1964 Proposition 14

new. size you get more Coca-Cola unmistakable taste gives a lift to your --' and other efforts in court and out : I

for your money.) More convenience spirits,a boost to your energy... to kill the Rumford Act. Beef at its BestI 'Rff''
because make fewer to the
you trips pick up several cartons tomorrowl The foes of open housing !had

Bottlid under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company by: Jacksonville Bottling company to mot regroup give up.so They that,'were during hoping the

-,ww.-"":""'.-ww"rw ww.w wow -wlI M wwwM M www- next session of the leglsture. i
F they might work together to repeal .

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. Your Good HealthBY Receolwa Held For Golf Honors Teachers EdiCfitfoi lastitsta


Held At A&T Slate Uafv

SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN UJ
nredy MPH GREENSBORO, N.C,- 'Educatlon today Is falling to meet '
ACCIDENT PRONENESS the needs of youth," said Dr. Joseph J, Kaufman, director
te. Accidents on the highway and In the home continue to occur: ;; kt Institute for Research on Human Resources, PennsylvaniaState I'
oil at an alarming rate. One Important contributing {actor appears University, University :Park, Pa.
to be accident-proneness. emeritus at the University of
He was delivering the keynote -
I
Ua. Prices statistics on this factor are bard to determine. Those address last week at the Illinois now a consultant with
axt, who hare studied this problem beUevethataperson" accident. Teacher Education Institute at the Center clQcc.uonalEdu-
proness rules at different times and that some persons are ALT State University cation, Raleigh, spoke "at the
pnerallmore accident-prone than others. He said, "Education, both afternoon session on Monday.The .
n.y As an example of the former, a person who Is not ordinarily academic and vocational, at the Institute, conducted for
accident-prone may Incur an accident when be Is overt tfrued. elementaf'secondaf'andcol. two weeks drew leaders in oc
worried Intoxicated or In a generally rundown c mditlen. '; lege levels, is not meeting the cs0atiocaJ'education from 27
t
ds As might be expected, young persons are more accident- < needs of the majority of youth In colleges and universities in 15
prone than are older persons This, in part, is because they preparing them for the worldof southern states. The meet,
lack experience and, in part, because fatal accidents their J p work." sponsored by AIT State University l
early years weed out manf4 those who are extremely acci He added, "We must now reexamine and the Center for Occupational
n. dent-prone. and change the kind of Education, North
ed A study was made of a series of 58 men who bad incurred education we now need for both Carolina State University, Raleigh I
es serious injuries u a result of accidents. An effort was madeto administrators teachers In N.C., had u its director
-et determine the extent to which the victim was himself to blame .these fields I would also argue Dr. A.P. Bell, professor
by for the accident. ," he continued, "that the of agricultural: education at
ElrIn Each Tlctlm was given a personality test by a psychologist. In kind of education provided by A&T.
this comparative study, it was found that those persons teacher colleges for the training
whose own rash acts had been a causative factor in their inJuries of educational administrators Hand Picked Doctors
where those whose personalities were Judged to be and teachers and for the
impulsive.A development of curriculum Is
r, course of personality rehabilitation was undertaken In tk not adequate to meet the social Find No Starvation
to an effort to modify the impulsiveness of these victims. Such + d and economic problems of the
modification is admlttedlcI1tf1cult, but. it should be given 60 s and 70s. The point was one JACKSON MIsS. -NPI)-En..
Ier In.t a trial in order to give the accident-prone person a better of three which be emphasized dance that people see what they
chance to go through life without being a menace to himself in his presentation. He want to see has been found in a '

and others. J said society, rightly or wrongly report made by a team of Mississippi -
+. Riots Panel Financial Director a Is now committed to spending doctors that the states
huge sums of money,assuming residence aren't starving, despite
that education is the wldespeard charges lathe
)00 To Survey And .
It Director kits one important vehicle through contrary.The .
I. Study College Aid which people may procure better doctors had been sent by
1Y'IA WASHINGTON NPI) Theodore Jobs and higher pay and Goy Paul B. Johnson, Jr., to
' A. Jones, Illinois state revenue DALLAS, TEXAS-Mr. Don 0.' through which the cycle of Inspect the Delta countries of
b director has resigned his post Bannon, Dt'actor of Financial; a poverty may be broken; vocational Humphreys. LeFlore, Bolivar,
Ie c as staff director of President Aid at Bishop College, of Dallas GULF HONORS ATTORNEYS-Amonf dignitaries.. attending. seating Gulf were, from left, D. G. Kane, Public Relations, education must now Join and Washington.:
/'i I II Johnson's commission on civil Texas, has been Invited 'jy reception held by the Gulf Oil Corporation for the NationalBar Pittsburgh Pa; W. B. Edwards, Regional Attorney, Houston; with all other education In the The governors reported that
r disorders. the College Entrance Examination Association in Houston recently were Texas State Senator William Taylor; Houston District Sales Manager, Quenard development of broadprograms hit handpicked doctors could
Jones',associates: said he quit Board to serve on review Barbara Jordan (fourth from left); UJ5. District Judge LeonA. Hicks, Houston District Sales Representative; and A.F. Lorton to meet the needs of all n his federal post because he had panel which will coordinateand Htggtnbo han of Philadelphia, C.C. Spauldlng, Jr., NBA Area Public Relations Representative, Houston. Sen Jordan youngsters, those who will attend approaching stravatlon -
to return to Illinois to solve pro evaluate a study and survey Treasurer from Durham, N.C., and Dorothy J. Sampson was the main speaker at the convention banquet. college and particularly, ,
blems arising from the state's of college financial aid In Soutn Carolina (fourth, third and second from'rlgtit). Repre- those who will not, and vocational GOY. Johnson ca11edcbarcescl
JrI' recently Increased sales'tax. Texas, which is now being con- education will have abandoned Mississippi strays tin unfair \
More time was needed for the duted. President Johnson Says its traditional approachin and exaggerated.
development!! new auditing and Purpose of the survey will be Negro Hawed To Sanitation PostNEW education, la training for The doctors report propted one
compliance procedures for Illinois to aid In future plans to Increase narrow skills, to provide broad local wag to dream up this parody
I sales tax, it was explained. the efficiency scopeof There Is No "Wroi| Color YORK-NPI Hugh the "department's' commissioner occupational training for young of well kayoing song: No
Jones had been appointed to his the many forms of flnanl- B. Marlus, newly named deputy Samuel J. KearlngJr., sters. one's starving, this I know,
!m.orl' high post only a few weeks before 'cal aids now being offered to WASHINGTON, D.C. "There is among us no such thing commissioner In the city Department and a director of community "This new approach," he concluded cause Paul Johnson told me so.
& by Illinois Gov.Otto Kerner students. Aids Include Federal as a wrong' religion or a wrong' nationality. There is of Sanitation, has become relations. "Is not only of benefit Warlier a team of doctors-
commission charlman, Gov. Grants for the work study pro- among us no one with the Wrong' color. We are all equal the highest-ranking Negro Marlus was executive assistant to the student, but is consistent not appointed by the govtaor-
led'i i Kerner earlier bad named Jones gram; Federal, State, and private before God. We are equal in the eyes of the law. If I have in the department.A to tearing when he was with the capability of the bad found widespread Mississippi
lB.'' u state revenue director i loans and several other anything to do with it in this country, we are all going to be native of Panama, Marlus: commissioner of markets. small college." stravatlon malnutrition,
rue While serving the the federalcommission forms The criteria for eli different equal in seeking a Job." has bejen _special. assistant.. to **** Dr. H. M. Hamlln, professor norderlng on racial genocide.
clbiUtof students for the
--
of tile
Jones organizedits cause they are 'wrong'color.
XJ, much as forms of aid varies considerably These words of President Lyn .
staff, spending as
' 1 1Ddl 18 hours a day at his Job. But so that the work of don B. Johnson climaxed Yet if we Americans, with all
I.
when the states financial tro- college financial aids officers the colorful ceremony In the of our differences, share one
East Room of the White House "YOUR DOLLAR
become extremely complicated.
: bles cropped up, it was Just fundamental bedrock pro-
4AI too mucn, and Jones had to return For this reason, and many u Federal Judge Leon Hlggln- position, It Is this: ther e is
the South Western Re- botham swore in the new Chair
s.ta' home. more, among us no such thing as a IUYS MORE
Formerly vice president of Supreme glass 1 Office of the College man Life Insurance Com Entrance Examining Board has Opportunity Commission, Clifford nationality. There Is among us AT
YOUR
been asked to conduct the survey L. Alexander. BANNER
an' any, Chicago Jones,bas serve4 no one with the 'wrong' color.
Board The fuU text of<< the Presi
nt' as Great Lakes regional direct' by the Co-Ordlnating We are all equal before God.We.,
tQ1' clfb ..Al'cpn IcW, Texas College and University dent's remarks follows' : are equal In the eyes of the law:'1 FOOD ;
.rtto. portunity,QWs. ; : I System-I'tbrogh' Southwestern' '"Mr. Alexander l cr'i'family, If I have anthlng to do' with it, QOAHTITY SPECIALS GOOD STORE ...w'

Texas College Judge Hlgginbotham, distinguished in this country, we are all going gui RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY ,
As a member of the review Members of the to be in \
equal seeking a Jot)
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History-Art Museum panel Mr. Bannon will be Cabinet, Members of the Congress I do not believe there Is anyonein
asked to study and evaluatethe distinguished guests: the United States who is DIXIE CRYSTAL
many reports which financial It was a little over three years (
Gets New Home aids officers from Texas ago that we met here in the better qualified to achieve that

college will submit. He is part- East Room to sign the Civil' goal for Alexander.this governmentthanClifford He knows 1 5 LI, 9 .

CiaCAGO-NPI( ) A development college will submit. He is par Rights Act of 1964. what prejudice is. He has endured SUGAR OIMOAMOIEAFOOD't C
which will provide a new home tlcularly suited to render such That historic achievement It himself-end he has $120.00 ORDER IA6
for a museum of African- a service because cI his position the product of the very long it with evef'resource : I
fought ..
American history, is to be constructed at Bishop College and and soul-searching debate. It at his command.He .
by the Central City Development his prior experience. was a very proud victory and
bas been an outstanding
association, accordIng As a financial aids officer at it was a bipartisan one. An student of the law. He served LIMIT 1 W/J5.00 OR MORE ORDER 1Q A .
to an annoucement made last Bishop! Mr. O'Bannonadmlnls- overwhelming majority ot the in out ArmHe served as 9us.
week. tars the largest fund for the Republicans as well as the Assistant District Attorney for r
The complex, to cost In the Federal work study program of Democrats had voted for this New York City. He led one of
neighborhood of$10 million,will any college in the Southwest, measure in the Congress of the DOLLAR SPECIAL $ FOIGER'S
also house a day school, youth and quite possibly In the nation United States. that city's successful programs
center and 300 low-and middle The grant to Bls&'v:: f':. the ra- In signing the bill, I said. for slum rehabilitation. He
Income housing units. The grant to Bishop fcr the Fiscal That purpose of the law is helped to discover new ways PET EVAPORATED
lI Situated In the complex willbe year of July, lre1 to June 'does to help the children of the slums. 6 TILL COFFEE '
I the Museum of Negro History 31, 1968 Is $643,000. not restrict the freedom Cliff Alexander Joined the CANS :
and Art now located on the near Mr. O'Bannon! a teacher be- of any American, so long Government In 1963. He came MILK *:! .
service of the of here as a Foreign Affair Officer f
Southslde. lore be entered the u he respects rights
3t Dr. A.L.Thomas, association the Uj5.Army, spent most of of the National Security LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH $5.00

president, feels museum hasparticular his military time administering other not give special treatment Council For more than three SLICED OR MORE FOOD ORDERPINEAPPLE
signflcance In to funds for the army.At Bishop to any citizen. years now be has given his FORMOSA
day's racially tense climate since 1964, be was a member "It does say the the only President, and his country a "', 2
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e when Negro Americans -of the Review Panel of the Dallas limit to a man's hope for happiness wise and creative counsel that .
s searching for a more definitive Office of the Federal Department and for the future ibis belled his years. 48c
I Image of their heritage. of Health. Education children, shall be his own We are reluctant to see him
** and Welfare in 1966. ab ity." do anwort except work at the ISLAND FARM MIXEDVEGETABLES
___. I To say this Is merely to reaffirm White House-though we know
the orignlal promise of that we win alwause his-
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JOBS ARE OPEN what we can the American,. counsel in the critical days OXYDOlDETERGENT,
tem. We are a nation that is ahead.
founded on the belief that the In Cliff Alexander, the country .
FOR TRAINED PEOPLE greatest achievement of the gains an able and devoted DUSR'S S10WDOAT WHOLE WHITE! 77c
human spirit is to live up to public servant in a place where GIANT

Punch one's opportunities>> make ft man of Us understandingand POTATOES 7 10. 300
IJ.M. Key the very most of one's re where a man of his com WO.ODMAN SLICEDSWIFT'S .
sources. mitment is needed a great deal
The doors to opportunities right now.
Nurses-Aide Cesfcisr' Ckecker most of us take for granted seem The Commission is in sun BACON d. <59c
to remain closed to them. and skillful hand It is above
Some are barred because they all I think in Just and determined
are of the 'wrong' rellglon..or hands. My friend, Cliff, ; :
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Preplanning AirGne Stewardess Supervisor Fashions At Glance

Moon Over Miami Set September 5th BY MATTIE SMITH COLIN

MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-erhaps nothing illustrates better The admtastratlve and Faculty NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
the Increasing leisure enjoyed by a growing segment of Personnel at Bethune-Cookman
Americans than the continued mushrooming of apartment College will participate in a Attention Small Fry?Toni has a new shampoo- hair
construction In this seaside vacation city... Faculty Pre-planning Con- coloring, the INNOCENT COLORS..Qulet natural tones, resembling
Miami Beach today has closeto ference, September 1st 5th, children's hair Is used. "Innocent" colors range
35,000 apartment units and Rentals start around $900 for and 6th. The Conference Theme from blond through the browns to black!
the winter In some Instances
more will be ready for winter Is "IMPROVING TIlE CLIMATE
....
to
less, and graduate $3,000and "
LEARNING.
The significance of OF
this occupancy.figure can be measuredby $4,000 for the largest,most The first day includes a meeting -
two facts.Apartment. luxurious. Most rental units are of the Academic Policies PARIS..Uake up ...Some eyebrows are leached..some very
units outnumber furnished completely, Including Committee; Faculty and Staff tblng..eye crayon Is used to define the eyebrow line. Eyes
hotel rooms in this resort kitchens. meeting where Instructional smudged with shadow..Ilne Is drawn under the eye and all
noted for its hotels. The entire Obviously the best way to lease Policies and Practices will be around with a dark pencil, then smudged with Q tips... a thin
permanent population of Miami or rent an apartment is after described under the direction IP'M line of dark brown goes next to the eye lashes, stopping)
Beach could be housed In existing personal inspection, but con- of Joseph 11. Taylor, Academic 19A one-fouth of an Inch before the lower lid center of the eyes...
apartments, with thou- siderable advance Information Dean and Harrison F. 1 Heavy mascara replaces false lashes, In black,green and blue.
sands left over. may be obtained from Association the Miami DeShields, Jr., Registrar Faces are natural and lips very from dark plum to pink.
It only can be concluded that Beach Apartment The Staff will bear JamesE. t o
....
350 Lincoln Road. Oceanfront, Blrre
hundreds of thousands of Huger, Business Managerand
Americans now are able to bayfront, waterway and golf Dr. Richard V. Moore,
enjoy winters in a land where course locations are available. president, discuss Practicesand Clairol has Introduced a Make Up to coordinate with the color
winter doesn't come, and thata Many have docking facilities Policies of the hair...Eye make-up collection Is planned specifically
substantial number selects for boats on the premises and The Pre-Planning Committee for blonds, brunettes and redheads..Packaged neatly in small
Miami Beach. many have swimming pools. members are: Dr. Joseph H. compacts, bantam brushes fit In purses, the small brushesare
Actually, many northern residents All, like the hotels, are with- Taylor, chairman, Martha M. automatic and swivoL..For blondes, honey and light; Just
have purchased or are in a few blocks of shops, rest- Berhel, Arthur R. Charles- for brunettes, true brunette, a dark and light brownette, dark

purchasing apartments here.By and aurants similar, professional conveniences.offices And worth, Harrison F. DeShields, and light Auburn. Just-for redheads and a silver gray
,
this means they are assured of Jr.; James H. Keys, Jr.; C.
with modern air travel all are
...
..
having modern, comfortable within three or four hours of Ross Milley and Josephine w yh
lodgings whenever they chooseto
come south to the sun. On the major cities In the East Wesley. Arnold Somers Is designing Maternity Clothes to fit the bust...
departure they need only turna and Midwest, a circumstancethat Intern after-Pregnancy clothes can be easily reseamed to fit..rlght
key and know their vacation permits numerous businessmen College back into the wardrobeM, omers' favorite costumes come with
home is reserved safely until to commute from Miami capes and Illusion ackets..A] floaty brown chiffon dubbed the
Beach to the office several Ginger Roger dress has and shoe lace belt-
next it can be used. Chosen To Work high up shaping
Thousands, on the other hand, times a month. I a scooped out white organdy collar and cuffs, a sprinkling of
rent Instead of buying. Some t / III hhIII white dots.
leases are by the year, others 1,000 Seminoles
....
for (the winter season beginning In WashingtonAlice
Nov. 1 and ending April 30.
In Florida
Many apartments of course, Living Norris, daughter of Dr. Snow will no longer have a monopoly on above-the-knee
can be obtained on a monthly MAIM! BEACH FL.\- Little and Mrs. Granvllle M.Norris of Boots! Jean Pommarede of Jacques Helm, Invades the Beach...
basis and frequently,especially more thin: 1 130: years figs, Florida Petersburg, Is one of twenty Interns with a "brief" summer collection that has Boots made up In
In summer, by the week. Ssaiinotei fought the UJ5.' from colleges across the Terry cloth to match swim sultsM.or some fabric to match a
Early autumn is the best time briny to a sland till In a war nation who were selected to costume!
to choose an apartment simply that lasted same so/oa/ )'611.At work this summer in the Wash- "
because the selection is wider the lastest count their were ington headquarters of the APPOINTED-Miss Sylvia E. Banks, (seated) a 1964 graduate of Flsk University, has been Larry Batchlor Miami Men
;to September and October than lesj: than )1,000 Seminolm Uv- Peace Corps. named the first Negro stewardess supervisor by United Air Lines, a major air passenger ,
after the season begins.' log in Florida Alice a Junior sociology ma- carrier In this country. Miss Banks, a physical education major at Fisk, finished United
jor at Virginia State Ctllere,1s October 1964. Since then he has flown with United out of Los Angeles Gets Bahamas PublicityFREEPORT
----- -------- steward's: training ,
working in the Office of Sel- Instruction to two of several United Stewardesses
Your professional beautician Miss Banks is shown here giving pre-fllght -
ection, which is responsible- under her supervision.M.D.'t GRAND BAHAMA-Lawrence E. Batchlar of
knows the answer. the development and implementation .. Miami has been named manager of the Bahamas News Bureau
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of all policies and pro- branch office at Freeport, Grand Bahama.
01' ... cedjres for selection of Peace Book Cites Soap ';*&** '
Champlonshh lwu of
"j\ For- the past t four'years Mr. director
.- t .., Corps volunteers At Teen Grooming:Aid ,Miami's annual Nortt-Scuth:
.
\ ,\ \ Miss Norris was selected from ': ;.." )' ', ', Batchlar; 53, has been a public
iI ''I ,'t, f'" Any teen on your gift liJt will. Artists1 Circle )3 ir 1 v relations agent lot the City of Coir,Tournament-and actively
students from lhirtycolleges Guide
among Appreciate "A Teenage to t Miami in its Department 01. participated in promotion, of,
invited to no-
which were Healthy Skin and Hair" by a tourism.
He has .
minate candidates for the sum- noted dermatologlrt, Dr. irwin I. Publicity and Tourism.
Is peroxide needed to mer program. The Virginia Lubowe, in collaboration with, Two prima donnas of Interantional fame, Mmes Martino Arroyo been personally, responsible, Nashville Mr. Batchlar, Term is He a native attended of
state College Placement Off ice, Barbara Hues and Carol Smith, were the featuredarlists: In a program of bringing a number of large
which works with recruiters This no-nonienM book dlseUIIf.adole.cent c eraticduetsatGrantParkConcertswithSamuelKrachmalnick convention groups to Miami college there and also studiedat
color unwanted hair? the
gray from business, Industry, and grooming problems and conducting. University of Miami

government in helping students from acne for both to hair sexes-and coloring offer Krachmalnlck Introduced hid program with the Overture to *
styling
and full-time em- Euyranthe Weber. the of the concert
find summer by Approaching vicinity
! Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray* ployment, was responsible for practical For example solutions acne sufferers are shell: from the south the amplification the Instrument came i Beach Shorts
hair-and even slight fading Of natural color after chemical re assisting Miss Norris in apply advised to"Wash your face gently, over the speakers quite clearly. Right from the beginning, the
laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older ing for the program. several times a day with soap and conductor had the orchestra performing with precision and bal MIAMI! BEACH-Every light
, than she feels While most women hate these premature aging *** ,water, rinse thoroughly and dry"Elegance ance which aroused the audience to an enthusiastic applause. tackle ((30 pound test and ODder)
I effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide From Verdi's famous opera, "Aldi,"soprano Arroyo and me 8 world record except cue for
haircoloring which may change the natural hair color while zzo-soprano Smith blended their bolces in the diet"Fu la sorte tarpon has been produced In
coloring gray. :; -j-M-; ;: dell 'animal'," Without scenery, the two artists depicted vocally Florida waters. Now that lone
Professionally.trained hairdressers know the Importance of Wear11 j the story of two women deeply love with the same Individual missing mark for a clean sweep
their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a and each endeavoring to conceal her passion from the other. Is treatened. All that Is needed
problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi ------ -- -- I There were moments of significant beauty In the manner d Is International Game Fish Association -
permanent Loving Care' hair color lotion without peroxide Miss Arroyo's singing Her lyrical voice established the mood of approval d *: 173-
to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They I Alda's hidded fervent devotion for Radamcs and It soared In re- pounder taken on 20-pound line
also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical 1 FREE j I: silence as she cried "Numi pleta" (Pity My Woe). recently.
processing. Because of its mildness Loving Care maintains Miss Smith as Anuiersl was in every action,the proud daughterof
healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. '
Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her Pair Of Socks ,. jI II AMa towards her lover, she was enraged and her royal complacency -
hair, she Is always wise Jto consult a professional beautician. I II' turned Into madness. She throbbed with emotions and KR.LAWRENCEBATCBLARWhIle Miami Beach's newest hotelIs
Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand Yal. M.OO her voice had brilliance and remarkable assurance as she gave under 30 feet of water. It
the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most I d ate. a I't'' splendid Interpretation of her role. with the City d Miami, Is made of Junked automobiles
personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon t' Wagner's. duet "Euch Luften die mole Klagen" from Lohen Mr. Batchlar worked on the dumped In Biscayne Bay to pro-
If you dislike gray and want no peroxide, why not ask your I grin was artistically rewarding u had been the Verld duet. Un- $100,000 Doral Open Golf vice shelter for small fish
beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care? With 5.00 a fortunately, the orchestra did not possess the flexibility to ride I .
upon the silken bouyancy of Wagner's chromaticism and rich
v/'Clairol nee Courtety Chiron Inc
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Education Roundup HUD Helps Pittsburgh I Taskegee Holds' Plans For Festive Event Navy Seabees Believe In


By NEGRO PRESS Rebuilding ,Effort -I "BiiUing Not II rill I"
INTERNATIONAL Ahmni MeetNEW
Weaver
Secretary; Robert C. ,
PORT HUENEME CA.LlF-"We don't build is the
of Housing burn ,
of the U.s. Department
WHERE IT
HtIR'ISATUJlTJ.NPI and Urban Development YORK-The president of theme of a festive event being planned here on Sunday, August
)-1be u*. Civil Rights Commission hu announced that HUD and Tuskegee (Ala.) Institute said 27, by hundreds of Negro enlisted men of the famed Navy:
come tIP with aD effective Idea for Integrating tile .ch001l: HIt In New York Sunday that"thereIs .q Canafrnrtinn: Rattallnnl.Petty ..
ACTION- lousing,Inc.,of Pittsburgh -------- ------
prime all.whlte
All to benefits schools In the poctetboot.l-wber. U h.u1l. have reached an agreement much more competence In Officer Barry; Wright taking part will raise funds to I
schools should be withdrawn from wblte--. lyprlvate on the creation of a limited the (Negro) colleges than sin of Chicago spokesman for the expand the Seabees Museum on
establlshedlntEeSoutbtoeradescboollategrttloq, "the dividend corporation to carryout cere and friendly supporters group' sponsoring the event,explained this Pacific Home Bise of the
la recommended Clvfl and criminal action was rehabBlitatlon housing on outside the colleges nowacknowledge. "We want to show our Seabees, Wright said, "u a
urged
all-white cases where Negro students attending previously: a massive scale In the Pittsburgh ." t ;reeW A.tr fellow Americans that the rlof- remembrance of our service:
schools an harassed or Intimidated. Pa. area. In a luncheon address to Tus era and the looters and the' to our country and to house the
The broad-scale rehabilitation kegee National Alumni Conven- snipers don't speak for us. We things wf are bringing !back
:t.BlCiGEST;or pro Pram would be carried out tion delegates Dr. LAFoster are Sea ws.- we believein from Viet Nam."
'to baft-to-school CmCAC'aO-NPl-'lbe Urban Leacue IIpaDnJnctbeblaesrl! by the proposed Allegheny: said "money is the chief and vital building, not burning." He said the Idea was a spontaneous -
campaign in the city's history. Tin drive will Housing Rehabilitation Corpora need It Is time to assist the t The Angus.; 11 program, with response by Negro
be kicked* oft ** ". wla a proclamation from Mayor ation. Plans for creation of this colleges substantially In their outstanding Negro entertainers Seabees to show their shipmates
RIchard J. Daley. "The community: must do to effort to achieve Independence -
something private corporation have been that "we are the fame
with encourage severe young people to stay in" school or It will be faced developed by ACTION-Houslng u 'wen as their cooperative General Foods guys we were when we worked
manpower shortages I&Jd1vlD J. the Interdependence. '
Prejean Inc., a nonprofit civic agency,
league's deputy; director who headed the first btck-to-school In cooperation with leaders of "Many Negro colleges could Fund BroadensNEW side by side In Viet Nam. We
campaign: 10 haven't changed, and we hope
"TC&
years ago. Take Care of BusIness Go some of Pittsburgh's major Industrial become remarkably self-pro
Back to School" Is the campaign's slogan. corporations. pelted with even a fair measure YORK V.Vr-The General they": feel the same way u we

When the private rehabilitation of financial Independence, "Dr. Foods Fund, Inc, has expandedits do.
P "We snared the
ON ITS BACKNASHVILLE same foxholes
Foster continued.Dr. to
corporation been creat. matching grants program
Tenn.- everyone ed, Secretary Weaver said HUD Foster charged contrl!but I ons to association
is one the back of this cure Liberation School. The Episcopal will make five major urban programs with the responsibility: to sup that raise funds for and we are dedicated to build
Church denied the school its facllites. The Metropolitan Ac- available for use In the port their Alma Mater financially Y mener ':olleves. not burn,, this country of oars,"

don commission, an anti-poverty agency suspended the rehabllltatipo projectrent so they "give freely from Leonard F.Gen!. ,president of Wright said.Although .
school. Nashville Police: Capt. John Borate testified before supplements, leasing of low- a warm heart, a firm conviction the Find, which Is an independent Base records do not
the Senate Judiciary committee that the school was teaching rent public housing, mortgage and an open pocketbook. oundatlon supported by reveal the race of Seabee officers -
"pure unadulterated hatred of the white race." All liabllty ,insurance at below-market Interest "Alumni must help strengthen General Foods Corporation and men, !Base officials
insurance on the school's participants was cancelled. And the Tuskegee Institute's leadership said that under the expanded estimate that at least eight per
and
rates for both sales
possibility; of disciplinary action faced the Foster said making Seabee "Can-Do" Spirit means "build, not bean"-Navy cent of the thousands of Seabees ,
school's sponsor, rental housing programs, and role, Dr. ,by program the Fund match contributions
the Rev. James Woodruff Combat veteran Petty Officer Barry Wright Is shown going In training here, or waiting -
Episcopal chaplain of Tennessee urban renewal. State and city known widely the strengthsof t i made by General
Ail and Flak : over plans for festive events to be held on Sunday, August for overseas deployment,
Universities. But the previously little-known assistance also Is put of the Alma Mater which too often Foods Corporation, said that
17: at the U.s. Naval Construction Battalion Center Port
are
school Ironically to minimised In Negro.
was sure gain influence as a result of the are overlook or under the expandedprogramtbe
attacks program. Hueneme, California,*with base commanding officer Captain The afternoon festivities are
on It. the press of major social and Fund would match contributions
The proposed new organization
robert Thorson and CBMU Harper. The event to include fashion
D. C.O.M.H a show, entertainment -
economic of the time.
General Foods
problems made by employees
,
will be limited dividend
a '
1s Seabees and is led
bundres of by numerous
Negro
FAILING sponsored by by noted Negro
Before the three convention to qualified association.
corporation capitalized: at 93 to Negro entertainers. "We want to show our fellow and All of
celebrities a dance.
WASfflNGTOlMNPI U.S. Office of closes Sunday afternoonthe Fund matched
: Education has $4 million which will : Preciously the has
carryout
Americans that rioters and looters and snipers do not speak the to for the
proceeds are
given falling grades to four big-city: school systems, said the massrehablllUtionpro- delegates will bear an addressby employee contributions onlyto go
to have an "Inability to adjust programs and Institutions to gram. The new corporation also the executive director of the for us," says Wright. Proceeds from the celebration will be colleges and preparatory.chool. Museum building project.
used to the famed Seabee Center Musem".as a
changing: needs." The systems were In St. Louis, New York, will undertake technical research Tuskegee National Alumni Association expand ,
Baltimore and Chicago Schools in St. Louis and Chicago were In methods, materials, Mr James W.Wood-, remembrance of our service to our country" and to house the Mr. Guns explained that contributions Dr. Tate In Summer
back from Vietnam.
said to be the most "reluctant to innovate" and most to- systems and construction techniques son. things we arebringlng which will be match

able to "respond to chanlng needs and demands of large may range from a minimum of Seminar In Economics
city: : popuUtlons., On the other hand, Detroit and Philadelphia Secretary Weaver said, "ThisIs Eli Riot Causes Congress Foiled $10 to an aggregate maximum
school systems were hailed for their "creative" approach to a notable move by industry: .inet1Ng of 4,000 per employee in any GREENSBORO N.C. Dr.,
educational problems. to create the kind of private By Colored one program year To be eligible Juanita O.D. Tate, professorof
organization needed to carry Emphasized At Alpha's MeetLOS for a matching grant be economics at ALT State University -
Pislbh College Guide out an extensive program to Women Prcxy said, an association\ mut haveas : this summer participated
Phi its sole purpose the raising in the four-week Economics
bring about housing neighborhood ANGELES-CNPO-Alpha Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Ma
WASHINGTON)-Mrs.
and social rehabilitation, closed Us 61st annual convention last week after taking the of funds for membr schools. Seminar at the University
For Ghetto Youngsters making use of the various local, strong position that emphasis should be placed on eliminating mie BJleese, president of the The association members must of California.
state and federal aids available the causes rather than suppressing the riots that hare plaguedthe 120,000 member NaUcnalA.8so-Club be two or four year college or She was one of 28 faculty
NEW YORK-Thousands of parents and youth In Bedford- elation of Colored Women graduate schools which grants members from 13 states who
for this purpose. nation this summer However, it also went on record
out at
Stuyvesant and other communities in Central Brooklyn have "This pioneering effort contemplates M. opposing violence as a solution to social problems. Inc., last week lashed act degrees and must be located In participated In the program. 1
recently received copies of a college counseling booklet from an across-the-board Lionel H.Newsom Congress for its failure to the United States or It tern: The summer economics semi*
which they can pretty much do their own counseling. approach In an effort to uplift President the frater, fraternal address, by JudgeMyles on the Urban Rat Control Bill, ritories. Additionally, member nar, sponsored by the General I
Atlanta, explained A. Paige and the labeling Its,Inaction "a tragic schools must be listed In Part ,Electric Foundation, Is designed -
Copies of "A Parent's Guide tog to Mrs. Waldon and Mr. the lives of the people u well nity's position on rioting as founder's address delivered by mistake." in of the Educational Directory to expose college

to College for Central Brooklyn Lee, "College" was written as the physical environment :, Raymond W. Cannon as well "I cannot remain silent the of the of teachers to recent developments .
foUow.pha Department Health
Youth," went Into mass distribution In response to specific needs of Inner city: neighborhoods. ] Phi Alpha fraternity: as the election itself Atlantan declared at' a press Education and Welfare and be on contemporary; economics.
this week. It Is the for information on educational I am hopeful that it will pro Is deeply concerned about the Thcs* elected: to office Included conference at the Sheraton from Income .
recognized as exempt
result of efforsts by residents for communities duce principles and techniques riots which have occurred -
opportunities numerous Gus T, Rldgel!, FrankFort Park hotel "while one of the taxes the Internal Re-
by
of the Central Brooklyn trea such u Bedford-Stuyves- that can be tranferred and successfully but our greatest con a----------
Ky.; Frank J.Ells,Baltimore 'primary objectives for whichthe Revenue Service : ,
and the educational committeeof : repeated by Industry cern is with the intolerable Ernest L. Wallace NCWC founded Is Phone For Appointment 1I
ant."larents ; was being As examples of associations I
In other American cities"The rise to
the Central Brooklyn Coordinating In the community conditions which give ",
Dallas Luke H. Chatman
> Council. It Is coauthored sperately need this kind of information state win be asked to funddand pro these riots" Greenville; S.C.; C. "",MI' Johnson shattered."We were organised in 1896 eligible orwrram.under Mr. Cans the Fund's cited the new i DR. REX SMITH :
vide rehabilitation
by Mrs. Portia Wal- to plan their child some Pointing to the exploitation of Seattle, all rer...-/* vice for the purpose of raising the United Negre College Fund, IL
don, formerly project director ren's education," said Mrs. authorize state-assisted ghetto dwellers despite enactment I 900 W. State EU4-IU7.
presidents; Leven C. Weiss standard of living for the Negro which has S3 members, and
d the'I Boy: High Parents Association Waldon the NAACPs recently urban renewal areas .The city of recent civil rl&btller. I
Detroit general treasurer, and family Controlling the rat state and regional associations : Formerly Occupied by
Youth Development .appointed,dUWtor ,P'lPlBcent1veprocrams.14 \ will take steps to effect strict islation, he added: price |
( ? $ Burt A. Mayberry.i'convention menace is, in line with this i colleges, of which there are
Program and\ lIOWau NAACP'' : her new J code enrorcem ?_to develop -< "AJpIa..JI>: cognisant of the-! Secretary. goal' lei' such organisations with 505 I Dr. Lrncker-Opposite Pits,J

s National Office Staff, and Dave position with the Assolcation, an urban renewal area exploitation practices housing members .... -- -
Lee, a VISTA (War on Poverty: ) Mrs. Waldtt will help design especially: designed to facilitate and employment and education I
worker, with the assistance of and develop community mass rehabilitation. HUD win In spite of recent civil
community volunteers programs to usist students furnish financial and technical rights legislation while we are
'
Entllted, "College -It's, with academic problems She assistance. unalterably opposed to violence"as
Really 'Out d Slgbt'! ,"the book. Is still active with the Boys High "Application: of the skills, resources solution to social: problems,
let was designed and printed Parents Association Youth Development aDd .lngenutlr; of private unless Immediate steps are

by the Pratt Center for Community Program Industry are critical to the taken to give relief to the d1 -:" ". '
: Improvement under the "Already: we've had requestsfor success of our vast task of tensions in those areas, riots l5UPEti
auspices of the CBCC. Accord. the booklet from guidance upgrading the deteriorated sections and violence will continue." MARKETS
vounselors, school officials of our cities," Secretary Dr. Newsom also took to task
t i and professors of guidance and Weaver said. "HUD Is prepared the Senate Committee Investl,
'ILESS1K6SI! HISSINGS I counseling," said Mr. Lee. to use a variety: of its gating the recent riots In Detroit '
The man born with the gift. "This shows that community- programs to support this private and Newark, for adapting THESE PRICES ,GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGENOOD AYE.

fc 'Re,. Roosevelt Franklin of Ma- run, self-help projects like the effort. procedures which suggest that it
con, Georgia. It Is through God booklet Youth Development "We need a massive concentrated "Is more concerned with placing : JEWEL
? that I can remove all evil conditions Program and the Central assault oo a time blame, thi with taking
some questions you may Brooklyn Neighborhood College scheduled and at a rate never responsible leadership to solve ,
wish to know are far more responsive to the before contemplated. The pro- the problems. 3 Li.
needs of people to this community blem Is huge, and 'we need a Newsom also lit into the senators SHORTENING 49c
DO YOU NEED MONEY? than existing educational : broad approach If we are for falling to Investigate
c 'MY SICKNESS NATURAL*, Institutions" going to make an adequate 1mjact. the bombing of a Negro church CAN j
C.MY HUSBAND STOP The range and variety of in 1960 in which four girls were
DRINKING? Four Students :roD programs, including home killed, "or hundreds of killings .
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED ownership as well u rental of Negroes in the South
? sousing and community; facilities since emancipation"
t Rote PerfectOne must be used" He also called for united efforts -

' They call me the (()Rootman} Mr. Weaver said he expectedthe between blacks and whites LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH i
But I am only a servant of God. hundred eighty-eight students sponsors of the new rehabilitation in helping to solve American DETERGENT

. Because God Is the answer to at Virginia State College corporation to give racial problems. $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER '
all life's problems. I am the have been named to the Dean's persons living In the rehabilitation Other prominent convention 4 9 c

King of all Day Prophets Send List for the spring semester areas the opportunityfor : speakeres also followed Dr. ,
for my special selected Bible of the 19S6-6 academic year employment In the project Newsom's call for corrective GIANT SIZE

verses. To be readonSPECIALDAYS. Robert M. Hendrick, Jr., registrar action. They: Included WhitneyM.
announced today. A&T Professor StudiesAt Young Jr., executive dig
Send self-addressed, stamped -* Four students earned per rector, National Urban League,
envelope and $2.00 for Bible tact ((4.0) academic records who declared:

verses and spiritual Messages They are Mary: Anderson Hunt, Michigan State "The time has come for Negroes HOOD 33BLEACH
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I Howard's Trade To Boston Was Shock But, He Is Still Playing BallBill



Russell Is Archie MooreTo Marichal!' Better Grambling Coach, Jut Changing Uuforns f Ex-Chansp Glad To Be With

Named Acting Dean ___ _

Greasiest Player Help Boys Than Koufax GRAMBLDfG, Uj-CNKM Boston; Pennant ContenderNEW

Bill Russell is the greatest Archie Moore perenmfaltotheboring roy Hawthorne a muter at YORK-It was a dreary day in New York, but no one !
14 asa
basketball player of all times news and known everywhere Says Richie AllenNEW handling line coach men at during Gambling years, was could say the day EWe was traded was dull. It n:s like a I
recent interview -
in a
said Bob Pettit In Estes Park, said
circus and bundle of
a laughs.
YOR&-J'IYeD when dean ot menat
Colo. for a meeting of athletes "I was born in ghetto named acting !
It all started when Lee MacPball, in Chicago, tumbled alphRouk
there. koufai was around I thought North Louisiana college recently -
Is but I refused to stay I
but Oscar Peterson
the best, all-around player. I am a Negro and proud to be Marichal was the best," says by President R. W. E.Jones out ot bed In New Jersey with a phone call revealing that
Howard bad been traded to the Red Sox.
advocateof Philadelphia PhlUle slugger Hawthorne replaced Dr John
I staunch
Pettit pointed out that pro- one. am a
fresslonal basketball Is an easy the Negro revolution. I despised Richie Allen in an article In the Calvin who earlier requested a \ Houk, in turn, dialed Howard's the hope of managing one leftJ.day.
t When Howard finally !
way to make a living But, it the whites who cheatedme current issue of POSRT Map- teaching assignment In the division number and began his conversation -
bunch of puttied reporters were
used that feeling to line. of education to devote Increasing with
"Allofasudlen"says but I :
spoils people>> still around. What write?The
Pettit you find you have to make me push on." Allen, In comparing former time to research.As "I don't want to shock you, couldn'twrite
The boxer continued, "The Los Angeles Dodger pitcher a top assistant on Coach Ed- but. morning paper men
to work for a living. Ellle
go Pettit was a point maker for the Negro still has a long way togo Sandy Koufax with San Francisco dl Robinson's staff Hawthorne "WbeD he got that far, I was a story sayin since was

St. {Ixxils Hawks,scoring 20,000 to gain a fair shake in this Giant hurler Juan Marichal, .gained a wide reputation getting hhrA ,' shocked: Hward later said, might undecided announce especially a decision before he-
point over eight t pro season. country. But-4f we resort to puts It this way: more from some ot his men "I knew what came after the
? the hit the streetThe
Dick McGulre, he said, is the lawlessness the only thing we "Koufax was a thrower-Mar- than their abilities warranted.He 'but'. I really was Jolted, for afternoon papers meacouldn.t
best playmaker. Dolph Schayes can hope for is civil war. ichal is a pitcher With !Koufax has an even disposition, I had always wanted to finish paper
make a move until
of New York is the best two- Moore said the qualified men if he had a three-and-0) count on makes declsiouqulcuyandde- where started.nwith the Yankees ,
EWe did.Finally.
handed shooter Bill Sharman, of both race should meet.Moore you, you looked for smoke With cisively and has a nononsenseapproach ."
ot Boston toll free throw has a program ABC Any Boy Marichal!, he's got five pitchesand to teachlngandcoach The action shifted to the publicity a reporter reached
marksman and Elgin Baylor Can, which tries to teach boysof be can bring them all in. tog His linemen always knew office where Bob Flshel,, EWe about 5:30 and, accordIng "-
Los Angeles is the "most all races what dignity is, ."In a tough spot,Marichal will be was the boss. the human perpetual-motion to his report, was first to
spectacular performer." what self-respect whathonor throw me a fastball or a slider, The few athletes who had the machine, started typing out the hear the decision. "
sidearm. Koufax always came aclacity to question his auth- official news release. Meanwhile "Pm going to Join the Red
is.Dick with that blazer ority learned about the other his aid, Bill Cuilltoyle Sox, Howard said. "I figure
Tiger Okey "Let me give you an Illustration side ot his nature started calling the reporters that if they want me they must
BRING YOUR NEWS have seen1 something in *
continues Allen. "With His Grambling colleagues praised and wire services u well U me,
Koufai if he abd a three-nothing him highly u a leader of photographers TV and radio so Pm going to go ahead.
TO THE FLORIDA STAR For U.S. Boxing "I talked with business
count on you, men on first and men. people. my
,2323 MONCRIEP'RD Dick Tiger light heavyweightwill third, he'd say 'Okay hltthis.r Hawthorne will carry his U "We traded Ellle Howard to partners and then came home,
And then he'd blaze it in there into his and talked with my wife, Arlene -
IN be back from Nigeria in'a coaching philosophy --- --- the Red Sax Get to the Stadium
MUBE He'd NEW YORK -Veteran Yankee catcher Elston Howard looks at, and she said: 'Go ahead.'
few days to get ready for a challenge you a bit more new Job."College. u soon as possible"Cuilitoyle
RY 4 P.M',1; flIES battle with Roger Rouse. Tiger with his fastball. But Marichal. students are men," his uniform for thelasl'time in the Yankee dressing room after told them.It ,I guess that was the push that
has been assured an exit per- can't do that. He',cot to pilell to 'he pointed out"Gramldiog student be learned that he was traded to the Boston Red Sox August 3rd. was early In the morning.' made up my mind.
Ciri"ri.irrBRAND mit by the Republic of Blatra, you, and that's what makes him know what is expected of The Red Soz obtained Howard for cash! and two players to be It was raining. It was thundering Then your wife's decision,
: now not part of Nigeria, and an thebest. He can get you opt on them. Our Job is to get the best named at a later date. and lighting. Some ot those swung it so you're going to'contIn
: entry visa to the United States. several dlffernet pitches"con out of them at all times" summoned, bad trouble gettingout a playing?
Tiger won over Jose Torresat eludes Allen In tile SPORT art. His approach to student per- of the house because of the "No, I wouldn't say that exact
: ...(11' : Madlslon Square in May. He Icle. personnel work has built up THIS H' THAT IN SPORTSTHE storm. ly" Ellle answered,then added,'

NEW r will fight Rouse in the fall, Ube through 18 years u an assistant Howard arrived at the Sta- "wen maybe it had a lot to
signs. Las Vegas may be Ellis Seen As New to the dean of men at Gram BIG TIME GAME B-JUS-E-BAI, .---.in about six dium saying be could stay only 'do with &"
: 1967 VWSEDAN : the scene of the scrap with bling and at Texas College,Tyler weeks with referees coaches fans, bettors etc., yelling and 20 minutes. A few early-ar It was quite there a day. When It
National television. screaming for their favorite teams. Four things are certainThere'll riving players were standing was over, was only one
: Heavyweight Draw Students rate him a good organizer be a Tops in each league. There'll be a bottom in around until the day's games survivor Mickey Mantle, of
Ten Round Bout who is stern enough to each league. And, as days draw to a close televisions tempers was postponed a little later. the great 1960 team, the last
169850 James Ellis is touted as anew settle problems man-to-man. cool drinks and moolah-all shoot up in importance.Who The press corps began to arrive ot Casey Stengel's reign.
; 28 Seconds Long star in the heavyweight championship Hawhtorne is considered a knows? A Homer can turn the tide. A well pitched ball In dribs and drabs. A few Another bit of class and aura

DELIVERED IN |lAX SEATTLEA 'twenty-eight tournament in Louisville master at holding hlsown furies, can change the score. And, some of those teams known to words with Howard, then an of winning had been chipped off
I second knockout stopped the He used to spar with and has never been known to rebuke .start out winning and then losing, can get back in the running. about-face into Honk's office the Yanks
nfl the Beauty of N'r between Boone Kirk- Cassius Clay. But now, It a student in public Some body will be top>> pitcher of the year I Some batter will for a few more words.
(ffJ i man struggle and Douglas Jones here seems, with Clay dethroned, He probably had to suppresshis get all the praise this year for his antics.Some sportcaster The TV crewmen arrived with Latin Americans
al recently. Kirkman was simply James Ellis may have chance. emotions over leaving foot- will hear his name called and read about himself. their lights and cameras. The
Catlin- straightening the record, prov The World Boxing Association ball after developing>> such out- THE AMERICAN LEAGUE standings so the records says, radiomen and their portable Walkout
Threaten
; ing that youth and age Just don't wants to pick ClaY'lIuccessor. standing linemen as Willie Davis are pretty tight. Minnesota, Detroit, yes, the Detroit Tigers, recording devices came along
: : Jibe. Ellis apparently sure ot getting defensive, captain, Green Bay California and Boston-yes Boston? Mark Mulvoy Sports "Tte photographers the reporters RENO Nev.-latin American
Griffin : The quick upset was only to the top, even after whip-, Packers; Ernie Ladd, Houston Illustrated feature writer said, "No, these 1967 Red Sox and stadium employes began delegates to the annual.World
.. 28 seconds ot a planned 10- ping Leona Martin at the Hous- Oilers; Buck Buchanan, Kansas aren't like the old Red Sox, and that may explain why they arriving Ins steady streams Boxing Association threatenedto
Volkswagen rounder Klrkman backed Jones ton Astrodome says he will City Chiefs; Frank Cornish, are challenging for the pennant instead of struggling to keep Howard sat at the table in the "walk out", They claimed
r fight to the end. He believes he Chicago Bears Alphonse Dot- out of last center of the in
INC, into the ropes and blasted with ; place room talking discrimination and too much
an effective uppercut. Jones will come out winner. He feels son, Miami Dolphins; Jim Griffin "This is the best young team In baseball." general terms with some re- control by the Americans.
1250 EAST 8th ST. that the victory over Martin SanDiego Chargers Willie Left fielder Cal has out of the .
rtr collapsed. The referee steppedin. ; Yastrzemskl como k\nks. porters."I Rodriguez Sanchez, secretary
354.9093 .' In 28 seconds it was allover should cinch the deal.But,Ellis Young, New York Giants; and and now is the best fielder and batter in this sports committee. don't know it Pm going'to of the Panamanian Boxing As?
rr rr. r. You Just can't win Bald, he'll have to press hard in Norman Davis, Baltimore To date, he has 27 home runs, seven beyond any season. Twins go or not," Howard kept saying sociatlon," .po ItecI.t&.!the-de.
face< of opposition Colts Coach Billy Martin ranks him as the best left fielder "I'm shocked, but Pm not throning ot Cassius Clay.
mad. Governor Laxalt of Nevada,who-
CONIGLIARO TOPS ALSO "I have to talk to my business came in for criticism,.said that
Right fielder Tony Conigliaro also a singer, has hit 20 associates and my wife," Ellle, Us refusal to allow Clay to bas
1. runs. Foy has 16 homers Scott is,. there-with 15 homers and said. "I don't knowitfpm, goingto IIP tnat P state-edeUtd* stio* I
has a .2(9 average Along with Tony is Longborg, who specialIzes play or not. I have always support. )
In ground balls and double plans. Rookie Mike, says the wanted to finish as a Yankee. The governor asked for guidelines :
Who writer, is the {'best second baseman the Red-Sox have had It might be worth giving up my for the future. '' a
got more miles since Bobby Doerr, and Rico Petrocelll pushed up to the top. salary for the rest of the year
But, the man says Yastrzemskl is still at the top. Yas just to be able to do that. :
trzemskl is the expert beating all the psychology of the "They told me I would always Aaron Edging ,Upon
trzeroski is the expert, beating all the psychology of the be part of the.organla-!
teammates. lion Now Pm out of It. I have Babe Ruth's' RecordHank
than been a Yankee 13 years and It
per gallon Enco OUT OF SLUMP has been wonderful. I don't Aaron, Atlanta slugger
The Red Sox have won only eight out of 22 games, but seem know It I want to make change is giving Babe Ruth's record,
to be getting back to normal again. They have two games left now. I can help the! Red hard time, according to the re
k with the Twins They play nine more games with the White Sox, Yell don't know what I'll cords. Last week he tied wit:
Sox. Elston Howard was bought because he came through Houston's Jim Wynn. Each
Extra Gulf No Nox along with Norm Siebern, to play on a championship team. do."I love baseball and always slammed .a total of 29 hom r,.
And so, you can't always tell. Baseball is a temperamental hoped I could stay in it afterI Aaron is now in tenth place
changing sport.-expertly played, with four bases, batters, finished playing." Ellle said. with 471 homers.
pitchers umpires, referees and people. It is the people's "Pm not interested in a scouting Here is the record. Ruth leads
game tiny tots know names- nd wherever somebody bits a job or going to the minors with 714 homers. Willie Mays
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I I. Orioles' Center Fielder Displays "Motor Bat" During Hitting StreaksMaybe I




The Hawaiian Moonlight Clarence JOltS Pad "M t rMolth" Blair Sparks


Helped Kirk Regain His Stride Saved The Day Orioles With More Than Talk

BALTIMORE a year la which the Orioles can do no.
HONOLULU-After nine major league seasons and 148 borne For Derocbr right, following a year in.which they could do no wrong Paul
rani, toothpick-chewing Wilde Kirkland suddenly found himself CHICAGO When the Cube (Motormooth) Blair clearly is the most Improved player on
without a baseball borne last December when he received the club.
'his outright and unconditional release from the Washington went Into a tailspin In the closing At 23;Blair today appears to
Senatori. days of July and the early able to back cap> his statementswith
., part of August, It was the offense r be exactly what Manager Hank: his 'bat at first. During
Six weeks and several long signed contract that collapsed at the Juncture Bauer said he would be when the winter of 1966, he said,
a distance telephone calls later, "I have to prove myself allover even more than the admittedly he first saw him a few years "1 see no reason why 1 can't
S Kirkland ended his orphan again," said Kirkland vulnerable pitching department ago-the Orioles center fielder .hit .300 this year."
e status by signing as free agent when be reported to spring for years to come. Considering bis performance
t with the Hawaii Islanders. training for a comeback bid Leo Durocher amazing He can run, be can throw, he the previous season, It was bold
,
s Today, Toothpick Willie cai: at age' 33. Bruins, "'ho went into the second can field and, unless his batting remark. He hit so poorly during
e make his baseball home in One of me hardest workersIn bait of the campaign leading the 3 + figures over the last 12 the first half of 1965 that
Hawaii forever, as far as camp, Willie set no specific National League In runs scored, n months are completely misleading he was "sent to Rochester (International
i leated Islander tans are con goals other than "to play nine suddenly couldn't find their way be can hit )) for a month and,
11 earned. ((innings) every day" around the bases. While loping I Until be began to hit, no one although his work with the bat
1 A bench-warming .190 hitter Unhappy In his recent role seven out of eight In one segment really knew much about Blair, picked up when be returned,
with t the Senators last season, as a part-time player for Washington of their slump,they tallieda or took the trouble to find out. his final figure with the Orioles
j KlrUand quickly regained his Kirkland quickly estab- total of only 17 runs. People laughed when they beard was .234. It was hardly enoughto
clouting: stroke with the Island lished himself as a full-time But not everybody went Into a the Orioles called him Motor- talk about hitting .300.
ers this season and currently player for Hawaii. decline. Purocher found one new mouth, but they didn't particularly "I figured I'd be playing more
0i leads the league in three vital "But I still have to prove bat, and a very explosive one, [I f care to hear what he bad In 1966 and that I had got the
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3t rookie. the nickname. .aL my head," Blair said. "Be
t. \ > "J..1.t For instance, in the eight- A year- nd 60 or more points sides, I planned to work on my
, ... !II' on the batting average-tavc- "
1\ game span In which the Cubs i bunting during spring training.
"' ti' dropped seven games, Jones made a difference He did work on his bunting, a
1I. :' : hammered out 10 hits in 24 I "Motormouth" was the Inc half a day under coach Gene
I. ;: : c' splratlon of Harry Dunlop, who
at-bats for an average of .417 Woodling. But Paul had a notion
rt And that brought his season f a E managed Blair at Stockton, the in his head that he had to lay
: : :' : Orioles' club In the California
rr.
average up to a respectable down a perfect bunt. As a result -
t 'I! .%'16. .- -. League, In 1963.That year,Paul be was trying to bunt and
;.' :' It so happened that Jones had Pill Blair ... The Orioles Bitter After The Chatter was hitting almost as much as run at the same time.'He
I ..,.,. a long way to climb. He had he was talking. couldn't do It.
r ,>, ..., started the season with the Cubs "we were coming out of the. He got off toanotherpoorstart
-1!': ", ". ..., '!'!, and was stumbling around at dugout and Curt Motton and I and was batting only .232 on
I: ,. 'f'"' 0 about a 453 mark when he was JvRtor Hatters I Sports ParadeNEW I were arguing" Blair said."we August 11 last leason. There

" ';-. farmed out to Tacoma on Kay were hitting about .320 a piece, after, be went on a 362 spreeto
) .", '' "" Continue To WinThe but I bad out-hit him the day raise his average to a final''
J 7 Jw 19.He Immediately began blistering YOKK-NPI-Thousands of Pauamuiians h t1, United before-t think I was 4-for-4 277. Better, but well short of
JF ', the ball at such a furious States from the Republic of Panama: are expected to t'irong and I was reminding Curt aboutit. ..
t rate that the batting thunder was Junior Development Team the Carlos OrUz-Umaol: Lsgutn: lightweight championship Even during the early weeks of
heard all the way back in Chi- players continue to win the fight In Shea Stadium, Aug. 18 to give moral andvocal support "Dunlop heard us and said this season, when his average
I. cago. He was averaging .288 championships in ATA tourna to their country man Li his efbrts tore rUn the title 'Motton, Blairs getting to be hit a low of .136, Blair hadn't
with 14 homers and 53 RBIs when ments. tie had won and lost to Ortiz. At last report, about 2,000 as bad as a motor, Isn't be? dismissed the Idea of hitting
Durocher yelled, "Get me the Michael Ruffin,Durham,North Panamantans wire scrambling to boot plane space: to New However, Blair's nickname 300. Then, on May 1, when his
Jones buoy; Carolina, defeated David Williams York for the $20 flight ticket, undo a $315 package da J that didn't! follow him to Elmira figure was 467 he told Moe
All season long the Cubs have Newport News Virginia, Includoa: :i hotel reservation for four nights. (Eastern) the next year, when Drabowsky, "In a month Pll
conqueror of David Lash, Winston he hit .311. It wasn't until early .300." '
be
been shuffling people around in who will hitting
Carolina Egalei
right field. But, for all parc- Salem, North Carolina BALfl'NpTb North Athletic association, season last season that Curt Blefray, He didn't make it by June 1,
1 177 6-1/6-3 for the Pennsylvania ,open their Central Intercollegiate 'perhaps through Inspiration -
pure 1
getting
heal purposes, that now Is the 23 win miss the sarvises but be did by July ,
private pasture Jonesey.That open Junior championships in aganht AUen University, Sept. or perhaps because be bad as high as 307. He's .%81
I Willie Kirkland ., Hom-jn Hero In Hawaii is, It will be until Ernie Banks Philadelphia. In the New Jersey of Roosa/ilt Robertsjn. their top scorer in 1986. Robertsonnow heard it during his Journey in now, Just 13 points under the
Junior Championships, Ruffln a member of the New Orleans Saints prftsslonal foot- the Oriole farm system revived
is surrender first
ready to base. magic figure.
I As the final month of cam recent clubhouse Interview. defeated Clyde Jeffries of Baltimore ball team, scored seven touchdowns fir the NCC Ega.>( i last the nickname.
Jones Is heir-
the
I obviously
paigning approached, his pacesetting Despite his Homeric heroics,
S4l.1at\ Montclair, season. "We were playing cards on the
I figure Included 28 especially In the friendly confines apparent to the regular first Bid Made
New Jersey David Lash reached plane," Blair recalled "I was S 50,000
I homers, 77 runs batted in and of Honolulu Stadium,Kirk base Job, since that is the semi-finals In both tournaments MIAMI[-(NK:>-The United Golfers Nation's: 4H, unual winning and..."
I 196 total bases In 109 games."I land Is not quite satisfied with position be handles the most being eliminated by a national golf championship! will be held at the Miami Springs "And talking" To Cokes For Fight
would like to be so fortunate his over-all record, which Includes adeptly defensively.Jones ,teammate. Country club, Aug. 21-26, with such UGA luminaries as Lee "And talking," be said pinDing. -
r as to make one deal like a .240 batting average a muscular southpaw John Lucas has reached the Elder, deluding champion!' In the men's profasslMal dli- "Belfray started to make Welterweight Champion Curtis ,
this every winter," said Island "I'm still not meeting the ball slugger ((6-3, 205)) Is breaking semi-finals In two men's singles lion, Todd Dtfnes, and Ana Gregory, Gary, lid., partici the noise of a motor winding Cokes has been offered
General Manager John J. the way 1 should, especially on. in as a rookie under the most ATA Tournaments losing pating. A record entry Is expected for :-he tounumt, which- up-unnn, unnn. $50,000 for a fight In Philadelphia
(Jack) Quinn, Jr., after reviewing the road," be explained with an trying conditions ever confronted to seeded players beach Tour- will offer $1,000 la purses and p lies.HOUSTONNPIXto That did It. Frank Robinson with Gypsy Joe Harris.
"r the vital statistics. almost sorrowful shrug of his by a newcomer. Right field nament. .and Blefray made It a point to The recently planned match
x' 'ITs nice and comforting to broad shoulders., at Wrigley Field Is generally North Carolina Juniors will ( ) mho sure heavyweight champion Mu- refer to Blair as MotormouthIn flailed because of no-show of
have Willie's bat in the toe:; What about Us record: at Hono- rated one of the most difficult play In the State closed tournament Inmirvl/ : All (Casslji Clay) dies not cary out Ms plans to the of guarantee. The tight was to have'
, sun.fields In, majorfeagues, ,, i fight In Tokyo Japan while: his conviction for presence newspapermen
Hi, euiOBir ltadi.1f4". T ILII "for the 'first time,'+Jn I I appealing re- and Paul, the Incessant been in Dallas.
(Twig) TerwlClger, who has "Yep Ntf satisfied with that," Jones already has ,,lost two WlnstoA Salem',.North Carolina. rust to saris< la the U.S.Army. Federal Judge Joe Ingrabea talker, was branded with the Harris lives In Philadelphia.The .
seen that bat break up many Kirkland admitted with a pin. fly balls In the sin In a few Five-year old Lnage Johnson last week ordar*] All to turn his passport over to the court nickname. Spectrum seats 17000.,
tunes in Hawaii's favor.. .Willie?who made home-run weeks he's been back. How from Washington D.C.wiD play All asked: curt permUslu to fight it Tokyo because be was While Blair was major league Cokes is battling Joe Shawin
It wu Quinn who lured Kirk- headlines for the Francisco ever, he can gain consolationfrom in the ATA Junior Champion. wart on cash. The request was deulii talker from the start, he want New Orleans on August 28.
land to Hawaii. After Willie Giants, Cleveland Indians and the fact that Hank Aaron ships. Lange is the grandson of
was released by the Senators, Baltimore Orioles before his one of the best In the business "whirlwind" and will make MM-,
with whom, coincidentally, the last major league pause la also lost one in the sun there tory being the youngest player

Islanders nave a fun working Washington, bad been pure ,recently. known to play in a national
agreement Quinnbegantodicktl for "Coach Pete Reiser is workIng .
punishment visiting pit championship.
i with the southpaw swatting chers on his new home grounds. with me every morning-.. The Junior Nationals receiveda
!
Jacksonyille
'slugger, who make his winter In, 58 games, he bad socked during our home stands, Jones big boost when entry of Kenneth -
said. "I get about 15 minutes,
borne In Detroit.Lancdlstance. an awesome total of 20 homers Bently, Los Angeles, Cal-
of special fielding drill In which
calls ,led to air and amassed 55 RBIs while ifornia, was received. Over 100
I Pete hits me fly balls that
mall special delivery postal compiling a very respectable go up entries are expected to enter the
exchanges and more long-dis .%95 average His extra-bast Into the sun Richmond Tournament where
tance calls and. finally, to a CONTINUED ON PACE 12 "The sun at that time isn'tas $27.00 will cover a six days'
though as it is In the after-
vacation play in three events and NOW IS THE TIME.
noon when if s coming right consolation events to play In
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PACE& 12 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY AUGUST 19. 19ST



Martini? MOTOR TRANSMISSIONCom ( ISABELLA OF PARIS 1 Registrifion. SetRRSwltr Area Servicemen I

lele Repair That's Mel I have the Amis-
lag superior tonic tablets, pep BILOXI, IUss.-JUrmanSecond: Drive, S,Jacksonville,Fla.,has
for all the things yon want to 40. Class Larson Howell II, son of been selected for technical
E-Z CREDIT 'Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction' Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Hovell training at Sheppard AFB,Tex.,
guaranteed or Money tact For 1915 W.FourttSt.,Jacksonville, u a UJS. Air Force communications
, Low Price Fast Sirvice Men and Women. Fla.. has been graduated from wiring specialist.The .
Lave I Urn Repaired the U. S. Air Force technical airman recently com-
P. 0.Dox 230, Dept s. training school atKeesler AFB, pleted ksic training at Lack
11 makes All model Miss. land AFB, Tex. His new school
35 Gary Indiana He completed the radio repairman Is part of the Air Training Command -
Yrs. Experience course conducted by the Air which conducts( hundreds
fla. Ave. Garage Training Command which provides of specialized courses to pro-
technical and specialized trained
vide technically personnel
1031. Fla Aie. MAIDS FOR MEN WX education programs for the Nat- for the nation's aero-

EL 4.1455OWN UP TO $15 WEEK loo's aerospace force. spec force.
: He Is being reassigned to Mis- Airman Hill Is a 1966 gradu
Top jobs NOWI Best homes la awa AB, Japan, as a member of ate of William Raines High
,., .. N.Y. City, ewJersey.Friendly'milies. the Air Force Communications School
,' '
'E' : ..., Fare sent, rush references Service.
I FREE GIFT 'taus
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LINCOLN MISS!; DIXIE AGENd Airman Howell is agraduateof
300 W40St, N.Y.C. Deot. 218TOOTHACHE Registration begins Monday, August 28, at Stanton Vocational New Stanton Senior High School. BAN ANTONIO-Airman Odes
sy ESTATES Evening School, for all New Sudents, Veterans andStudents desiring esies' L. Burnett, son of Mrs. LenaM.
trades. The class shown above is listening to Mrs. Burnett of 1219 Powhattan,
Mildred Chrlstorpher, review teacher Mrs. Ray is Dean. WICHITA FALLS, Tear-Airw '- St., Jacksonville! Fla., has received '
Mrs. W. DeVaughn Sweet is principal. For information, call II Third Class John D. Sanders his first US. Air Force
3565582. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe duty assignment after completing
B. Sandersof 7851 Dekle Ave.,
basic training at Lackland
Don't C.t OMJEl, In KMtfi Jacksonville, Fla. has been
ell" AFB Tel.Airman .
you lit throbblni tootfucht pttiM \ ,
::- tn'/ font, ; Until JTMI cm IN UK t Stanton Hawaiian graduated from the U. S, Air Burnett is i.1968
aYmene.c- Evening Force technical training school
graudate of Stanton Vocational(
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id Aikphtrmiclit .,/ TJ-, at Sheppard( AFB, Tex. High School

.. ora-jel ,=.:> School Sets Moonlight specialist H e completed course the conducted medical by e ,-

awraeraraasri U,S, .Nmpim. No ITAM7 the Air Training Command Not Really a Villain

Fall Registration Continue Frail Pap 11 which specialized provides education technical programs and saved DDT at IB least credited five with million having llvei

Make s it perfect. A IRAND NEW hits included nine doubles and force.for the nation's aerospace scientist in World report War II, a government

HELP WANTED Registration for all students two triples, giving him a Airman Sanders a graduate
MAIDS, N. y,SLEEP-IN JOBS, who did not attend Stanton Vocational slugging percentage of.63L of William M. Raines High
BRICKHOME High School Day DIvision ROOM I BOARD
DrgExtraOrg For reasons that are as mys School
salaries to $65, fare advanced.(
last will
be held
year terious to skipper Terwllliger Excellent meals, hot and coM'water.
Rush references, phoneiumber. ******
Monday and Tuesday, August and his teammates as they are For Information call
1 'ABLE MAIDS AGENCY, 163 N.
MAIN FREE PORT, N. Y. in 28-29 from 9 a.m., to 3 p.m., to him, Kirkland has been a WICHITA FALLS, Tex.-Airman -. 356-2700.
the school auditorium
J66 hitter on the road. Third Class Terrence L.
Mr. Ben Durham, Jr, princi However, that .166 (in 51 Me Clam, son of Mrs. MarieB.
pal. games) bad been quite dan- McClaln of 5025 Lincoln FOR SALE
3 BEDROOMS 112 HELP WANTED gerous at times, since his 31 Circle, N. Jacksonville, Fla.,
hits included a healthy extra- has been graduated from the
BATHROOMS CLOSE MUST DO 80 W.P.M. ACCURATELY Raines High School base total of eight homers and U.s. Air Force technical trainIng 1503 LEE STREET
$100 down will this
GOOD IN ENGLISH four doubles, all good for 22 school at Sheppard AFB, Only buy
SPELLING. RBIs. Tex. house, $35 per month, $3,850
TO MODERN SCHOOLS Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 I II "I bet Pve tried at least 50 He is being reassigned to total price.
Moncrief Road, Jacksonville, Sets New Schedule different batting stances on the Wiesbaden AB, Germany, as a POLAND t ffiGBEE
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t AND LARGE SHOPPING I Flnrlda.I road," Willie explained, "and member of the U.s. Air Forces 317 W. Forsyth St. 35408435
none of them has really in Europe.
I I worked." Airman McClain a 1966 graduate YYYi
CENTER SELECT TOUR William Raines High School ,
\ HELP WANTED will have following all registration Klrkland's home-and-away of New Stanton Senior High 303 Dellwood Ave. 4 rm house

r OWN MODEL OR NEWS REPORTERtrainee according to tee principle hitting patterns have been a School Ready to move in now $100
Dr. Andrew A. Robinson: striking contrast all season ****** down with three months to make
l Friday, August assembly of And he wasted little time in SAto ANTONIO, Tex.-Airman down payment $35 Mo., $4,
Seaf1anl PLANS LET US Must be good In establishing either pattern.On .
? $ HELP ninth grade studentsat8:50am. Lawrence Hill, son of Mrs. 450.00.
lr English. Use Type Registration atI\ a.m. with his first trip to the plate POLAND fflGBEE
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r STAR, 2323 Moncrief Rd the day.Students chewing slugger hoisted a
IN BEAUTIFUL should bring pencils towering homer over the right
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Y LINCOLN ESTATES Distribute Newspapers Monday, August 28, Tenth debut that paved the way tot MOTEL
= 111 Full Time or Part Time Grtde students meet to receive season- >en1ng, 11-2 victory
1130Rlch rdsonRd. Must have car schedules and homeroom place :aver>> visiting Indianapolis.When SUMMER RATE'S
Seagram's Extra Dry/ the perfect martini gin 1yFLORIDA : I ment. the first home stand 12 rooms, Private bath $5.00
ended, Kirkland had a league- 18
STAR Tuesday, August 29, eleventhand rooms Semiprivate$4,00
tutuy! iiiTiutu coirm. aLC.10 ,IOOF.DIITILU.DH in rionmucu mix. 2323 Moncrief Rd. twelfth grade students assemble -, leading seven homers, 16 RBIs 1 IfZ day and truckers $8.00
1. [ I at 8:50 a.m. to receive' and 90 total bases to his cre- 6 or S persons)
schedules and atI\ a.m., begin dit In 16 games. !EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT
the days activities. The first trip was a nightmare -
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Y4: Students recently assigned and, -only one single in 25 INTEGRATED
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SSH 3000 W. 45tk ST. for their grade leveL Teachers mainland trips, but he Ethel Et Hill of 53 .8,Dostre
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< f' pr X. \vv ft fr ARE GOOD THROUGH I road, Willie's comeback credentials Take NewIM PROVED NATUKhTABLETS ::
\ The store that care/aboufr you! are quite impressive CONSOLE MODEL / for that tired run
SATURDAY AUG. 16ii NEWS REPORTERSome .and may extend his major league I blind down feeling that keeps you from
career. Sewing machine Zlg Zags, fenjoylng! life
experienceGood "Yes, returning to the majors stitches buttonholes,decorates, j 1100 Tablets $3.00.200 Tablets
starting salary would be nice," Kirkland admitted etc. Original price $300. Has $5.00. $1.00 deposits on
' niCE. EXTRA SPECIAL! Advancement.. GroupIns. with a smile "That's. a balance of $62., or reliable ''c.o.oVs.
EVERY-DAY LOW Apply: FLORIDA ,always a player's goal" party in this area can assume EMPIRE PRODUCTS i SALES
STAR, 2323 Moncrlef Rd. "But remember, I must prove i $2, weekly payments. Phone Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway.
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