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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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NEWARK, .-Eighteen Newark Negroes filed suit today /

asking the Federal District Court to appoint a receiver to ::
take over and operate the Newark City Police Department. NEGRO ; I

The suit names as defendants The complaint charges that "

Newark Mayor Hugh J. Addonizio the Newark Police DepartmentIs

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Chief Plaintiffs Oliver Kelly and humiliation to Mm Accused Senate Votes 69-11 Negro DeputiesNab

are being represented keep the Negro community In

by attorneys for the American a second class status.The complaint -
Civil Liberties Union, the charges that under Of Kidnapping Extensive

NAACP the Newark LegalSer- "cover" of the recent civil disorders Naming MarshallTo
vices Project, the Law Center
police violence and intimidation -
for Constitutional Rights and was Intensified. The Assault, B & EA Robbery Ring :

the Scholarship, Education, and defendants are charged* .with '

Defense Fund for Racial Equal- falling to take any steps to stop 's"' ... warrant has been Issued for Supreme Court TAMPA- One Jacksonville I

fly. police brutality and with having .' "I" ....: the arrest of Jacksonville man man and six Tampa men
The 18 I
Negro plaintiffs suing lost control of the police department : :. accused by Mrs. Lilly Mac were arrested here by two Negro i

on behalf of of the Negro community Wilson, 1555 Swift St., of Kidnapping WASHINGTON By a vote of 69 to U Wednesday the United Detectives, Arnie Myers I

Newark Include 8 The Newark police are also .:. assatilt to murder and States Senate confirmed Thurgood Marshall to the benchof and Leroy Bradley, when,along I
clergymen a former Essex charged with having acted in breaking and entering. the United States Supreme Court. Marshall becomes the with City Detective William

leaders County Freeholder, local CORE concert with some members of 1 Mrs. Wilson stated to police first Negro in American history to be named to the High 'Bebler, white, they broke one I

and Indigent person, the National Guard and State ,, authorities that Willie Johnson Tribunal. The confirmation came only 77 days after his name of the! largest burglary and

Welfare Including Mother's the chairman of the Police in systematically destroying .-:: ... 24, 7S3 Dewitt St., came was presented by President Lyndon B. Johnson robbery rings In the state.

of Newark Committee Negor owned propertyand MIAMI, Flsv-Uvl Anderson, t victim of a driving sniper onto her front porch and stated qualified for the position", vacated Walter Forehand, 25, Is the
Marshall, following the voting
engaging In acts of violence who Injured three persons as he drove around the city firing he was looklngforDoneUa Morgan becaue of the resignation Jacksonville man and is charged
said "I shall be mindfulof
directed at Negroes.In a pistol from the car, Levi Anderson, shown here under the her daughter. According to ever of Justice Tom C. Clark. with the others, of breakIng -
Call ElectionIn addition to a Federal receiver worried eyes of his wife as he was taken to a hospital for reports Miss Morgan was at my obligation to the Con- Clark resigned because of a and entering and robbery.
the Negro plaintiffs ask one time the girl friend of the stitution and to the goal of equal Involving
emergency treatment. conflict of Interest problem Forehand may now be living
: for a court order directing the suspect. Justice under law The jurist
Mississippi the appointment of at 1214 Joed Court, Tampa,
Newark Police from engaging Mrs. Wilson said that the received no votes from the U
sus- Clark's son, Ramsey, to the according to police records.
in police brutality, using racial pect was never to be denied Democratic senators from the position of Attorney General. Each man is under $5,000 bond I,

I Rettery, Unfair' and obscene epithets,compiling Mrs. Range Calls the privilege of seeing Miss south Senator Thurmond of Several reason were offeredby and, at this writing, Is still I
South Carolina is a Republican I
dossiers on civil rights groups Morgan, snatched the screen southern senators for their In Jail
sea.? and arresting persons for exercising door open which was hooked President Johnson had praised negative votes Marshall was Many other men, for whom I

Rights Leader Fears their First Amendment and entered.the.jiouse knock, ,Marshall earlier, as "the most called both an "ultra liberal" warrant Uvibeenissuedbav 'i

rights. They alsoaskforacourtorder : Miami A 'Red Apple ,lair her to' the floor In the t and a "Judicial activist", butTHURGOOD been pointed out as participant ,\

Of Voles directing the Police De process. In the activities of the II
''I Tampering partment to arrest policemen'who She told authorities, he then Girl Cursed By ring. The criminal acts bit a

JACKSON, Miss. -Even the commit crimes against Ne- ran to the back of the bouse number cTampabuslneesTaeProgress I

fact that Mississippi's Negro groes. At toward Miss Morgan, meanwhile White Merchants? m't, pro Village 7-n store lost ,I
vote Is up considerable over the Henry M. dl Suvero, Executive Rotting CoreMiami's Mrs. Wilson was in the $350. At the Manila Bar on
Director of the ACLU in front room getting 38 S1H ,
last year or so, did not hamperthe The operators of Discount
New Jersey and Robert L.Car ber pistol and attempted to said th have taken $545.Lesser
sweep of conservatives into Negro commissioner, Mrs. Athalie Range madea supermarket, were accused -
state offices during {the election ter, General Counsel to strong plea last Monday for the elimination of slums before shoot Johnson. The pistol mis- of cursing the daughter amounts were taken from Par-

held on last Wednesday. the NAACP In a joint state embarking! on costly rejuvenation projects like the Doxiadls fired and on the second attemptIt of a Negro man, thus result- rinds Liquors, Oak Tavern
ment said "This suit repre- fired but., she missed the Lill' General Market, Joe's
Negroes have conceded that plan. ing into a disturbance In their
the Negro vote Is split across sents a major effort to check Mrs. Range who recently con told the Allapattab Totarlans. suspect. A" scuffle far-tile store. Corner Market, Jenkin's Market -

the state, rights leader Charles police lawlessness. The police ferred with Gov. Claude Kirk Mrs. Range who grew up In posslsslon of the pistol followed Joe Jurban, 369 W. 62nd St., Econo-Mart TV, and La-

Evers said he sent a telegramto treatment of Negro communities regarding the opening of jobs the rundown area of N.W.14th and the suspect got the told authorities that the suspect sarra's Radio and TV,and other

President Johnson asking Is a nation wide scandal for unemployed Negroes described Terrace told her listeners,"all pistol from her entered the market located places not listed here, are being -

him to order new elections In and we expect that th1Ilaw.ult Miami as* a beautiful of the beauty Is but the coverIng Mrs. Wilson related that the at 1325 E. fist St., walked checked. These raids have
will have national repercussion the infant son
suspect snatched already totaled $1120.
three southwest Mississippi for the monstrosity we call behind the checkout counter
counties with big Negro majorities. slums." of Miss Morgan from a walker and grabbed him by the collar 1 This epidemic, of looting
"Newark is a city where despite in the living room and ran from frightened some of the mer-
She told three members of of his shirt and said"you cuss
clear and convincing evi the premises. Before finally chants, according to Detectives
"
As vote-counting from the second "Interact, a group sponsored ed my daughter.
dence of continuing police mis leaving the house the suspect MARSHALL Myers and Bradley. The owner
primary ended Tuesday by Rotary to promote understanding The victim's twin brother Jim
conduct no effective steps have took a shot at Miss Morgan, of the Key West Grocery, they
night, Evers conceded, "A lot among youth. my Jurban was In the back of
ever been taken to protect the who bad ran next door to call some supporters expressed said, when they went 10 to cbeck.
of Negroes just still don't believe "You little black boys and the store and heard the distur-
from police the scuffle. confidence that his recordas "
the Negro can do the! job Negro community you little white boys: Remember the 'police during bance. After coming tothefront past r 1
conduct during ran Solicitor General and United
The
abuses. police The suspect reportedly
like the white man." that Miami a city making of the store to the checkout
the riots-the numerousunwarranted west on Swift St., carrying the States circuit judge will be of
Evers stated that the results preparations she said. counter, he observed the suspect -
,
t beatings, the rifle Infant and saying he was going great value to the jurist.
in Clalrborne, Jefferson and Mrs. Range recalled the"one striking his brother Joe.
raking of homes and projectsand to kill the little SOB. Senator Holland, Florida senator -
Wilkinson counties, where his sided town that once existed," Jimmy, In an attempt to help
deliberate destruction Wilson carried to said that Marshall and
the police Mrs. was ,
I Negro candidates lost to whiteopponents with its strict segregation and his brother grabbed the suspect
of Negro stores-are DMC In car 51 for treatmentof his polnts-of-vlew will help
were "outright rob its lack of care. and received a foot in the groin
only recent and dramatic examples lacerations on the cheek anda other justices in t decisions
bery. He said Negro poll work "We must begin now to correct for his troubles. Finally the I
of police misconduct painful hip received during as to what the law should be.
ers were not allowed to help it she said "How often two brothers forced the suspect
,
which the community scuffle with suspect. tin the Senator Samuel J. Ervln Jr.
Negro the ,
Negro voter or to help count have you broken open a beauti- out of the front door and'
DMC Mrs. Wilson and North Carolina Democrat said
faces to
dally. ,
the votes ful way In the the suspect pick
red apple and found rotten process
Detroit, taken the Is
by court burdened with
unlike "ac-
"In Newark ,her daughter were
Even also said that ed brick
Mr. if to the core? up a and threw It
action has been against Drake's house where they tivists" and that Marshall would
no Judge
United States ----
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the government .. "Our slums are geographically through the front door breakIng -
police officer,state trooperor signed a warrant for the sus- simply be another one on the
any MRS ALTHIE RANGE
was going to send a group to situated so we can go In the glass. After this the
national He chargedwith bench. Ervln that
arrest. was emphasized
guardsman. pect's
watch the elections Vietnam, red apple rotting from its and clean house and wipe them suspect ran from the scene of
"Historically the Newark core assault to murder, kidnapping the High Court has too many
Missistippl Negroes couldcer- Courts have either "Yes, lefs beautify. But lefsdo out. and and enter- the disturbance. Ignored He
Magistrate breaking prededents. was join
talnly have the same feeling of first the other things to She described the situation as Joe Jurban said be would signa
contentment In knowing that the refused to accept 'complaints whereno Ing. warrant for the arrest of the In this attitude by Mississippi WALTER FOREHAND
make Miami a liveable place "terribly blighted areas
citizens revealed that Johnson Democrat John Stennis.Senator
against It
brought by policemen was
votes would be tallied fairly.In or have accepted them for all of Its citizens," she man ought to be expectedto does occasional yard work for suspect described as being a.iIfooter Smathers of Florida was among tremblingly told them to take I I Iburglars
Washington, the Justice Department live nd try to make an approximately 30-
-
what they wanted but to "spare
Duval
and summarily dismissed them. Captain Mann of the the 11 voting against confirmation.
had no Information Impressionable kid believe years-old, wearing blue pants "
This practice continues todayas Father Son Brawl young County Prison farm. I Us, late He thought they wart
available from the representatives In beautiful Miami." and a blue sports coat. too.
witnessed by the Chief Magistrates Race, however, was never
it bad sent Into 14 Mississippi -
.Of the other six Tampa men
recent refusal In mentioned as an Issue In the
counties to observe the open Results In InjuryIn NAACP Jaion Visits Congressman are Lester Lee Daniels, 25,
voting.' court to, as he said, accept any Lawyers confirmation On the contrary,

complaint against any. notice .. his appointment points to 923 12th Avenue, Theodore
State' Democratic Chairman It! II :w !: :
officer. an attempt to discipline his Dislike ; I ; .; greater hope for the Negro, Brown 22, 1214 Joed Court,
Bidwell Adam agreed with "The failure of local and state son Willie Covington, Sr., 229 "Stop 1 Li : .: without regard as to racial John Thomas Ross, 25, address -

Evers ,that Negroes had supported officials to check police law- Woodlawn Ave., had to'rely on I origin at large, Thomas Bridge

I whites in Interracial lessness has placed the Negro a bottle before be could make Frisk" HabitThe .",jt' : This confirmation was the Harold Hunter, address unknown -
contests.
community of Newark In a Intolerable his point clear. fJ1a third for the eminent jurist, and Ulysses Byrd, 27.
"Perhaps they didn't have as position. By this lawsuit According to Mrs. Hester NAACP Legal Defense j the other two leading to the Some are charged with more
much confidence In their
can- we Intend to secure Federal Covington, her husband was tryIng and Educational Fund, Inc., In : history-making decision of than one offense.
didates as they did In the whitecandidates relief to correct this con to discipline: their son, a riot analysis filed with the I! Wednesday. By a vote of 54-16,

I not and the for colored that reason dition." Willie Jr., immediately the United States Supreme Court ( :., In 1962, Marshall was namedto Talk II; Kiaf Fir
: lid support" candidates son wanted to fight his father.He in Washington, Is demanding a .i' the United States Court of
Moil 'I.
Adam said. Hue Ti
grabbed a knife from the that "stops and frisks" should M Appeals In New York.In 1965 the Presitfeitiil Ticket
votes also
Negro helped
Rep. Newark Mutr kitchen table and made not be constitutional without solon became the first Negro
f
John Bell Williams, D-Mlss., NEWARK, NJMNPT-- threatening motions toward his cause. Their case was filed so r f.f :' Solicitor General. CHICAGO (NP1) Basing
an outspoken foe of the Lyndon
I I B. Johnson administration move in the Negro communityto father. that -they might ask reversal .f / The Senate leader the Demo- their belief on a nation-wide

overwhelm State Treasurer have Mayor Hugh J. Ad- The father, Willie Sr., picked of the cases cI two men In crats, Mike Mansfield,said Mr. knowledge of Dr. Martin Luther

I William Winter in the donliio removed from office up a glass bottle off the table New York and one In Ohio. J1iilflfi.j Marshall was experiencing a King Jr., and his activities,
I govern- Is gaining full stream. Led and struck Us sox on the left It Is believed that these cases "shining hour" In this appoint conventioneers at the National
I or's race. No Negro bloc voting by James Hooper president forehead. Toe victim was takento win be the most Important of WASHTMGTOH, D.C -VjS. Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville ment, as well as President Conference for New Politics,

I used developed for Winter, who Newark -Essex CORE chap- DMC In car 13, treated and the year before the Ugh court. center. Is shown with SFC Aaron Gllyard. left who Is Johnson and the United States In session In the Windy City
the
middle -of-tbe road
and stressed state ter, the Newark Voter s Registration released. His wound apparently These attorneys referred to a native of Jacksonville and a graduate of Stanton High School, Senate. last week talked up Dr. King

I approach in his Project ...utobaYe coming from a small laceration studies by the Lemberg Centerof and SFC Gerald W. Horton, right Bennett, a senior member of Marshall Is the great grandson and Dr. BenjamlnSpockasttMir

programs With campaign. the signatures of 43,000 re- received from the knife Braadeis University on violence. the powerful House Armed Services Committee, spoke to the of a slave. He Is the son of a top choices for the party's Presidential -

2,028 reporting of the Williams 2,124 precincts bad gistred voters by Jan. 1, so that when be fell t o the floor. Conclusions are start- national convention of the Association of Regular Army sleeping car porter.As attorney ticket Dr. King hasrepeatedly

a recall election can be held No one wished to sign a war- ling. Ore discovery: that police Sergeants here SFC Gllyard Is second vice-president of the for the NAACP be was the leadIng disavrwed' political -
362,269 votes to 304 195 for
Winter Addonizlo is accused of being rant or prosecute, thus no arrest see the Negro as a savage, association and has served In both World War D and Korea figure In the arguments bet plans, but that did not dater
who tried in vain to
shake the1fb r.a11abe1 Williams Insensitive to the needs of.the were made pertaining to an animal, 'or as a being out and Is on orders to go to Vietnam. SFC Horton Is the national fore the Supreme Court on desegregation him from addressing the

; bad attached to Mm. Negro community. the Incident. ci the human species president of AlIAS and from Massachusetts in 1954. convention


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A DOMESTIC MARSHALL PLAN:

HILDA WOOTEN --. Circulation Miiifir

Four years ago I proposed a Domestic Marshall Plan-

a special effort progran to bring Negro citizens into the
2323 Moncrief Road Pine Elfii 4-6782 mainstream of American Life I felt that such a massive
approach involving both government and private industry and
Malliif AddressP.O. institutions was needed because it was the only way we could
reverse teb effects of the past 350 years in which Negroes

Bn 599 hcfcsmilli, Fiends 32201 were. systematically kept from their fair share of Americanlife. .

The precedent for this was the original Marshall Plan of the
MIAMI OFFICE late 1940'.. At that time the United States Invested almost $20:
billion to get war-torn Europe back on its feet. By restoring
SOU NW 7th he. Phone 751-3879 Europe to economic health we not only prevented Communist'

takeovers, but also greatly Increased our trade, creating jobs
and prosperity here at home. It was a good investment-
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h A domestic Marshall Plan would also be a good investment
One Year. $6 00 Half year $4. 00
In our cities and in our people. The original proposal was one
Mailed to You Anywhere In the united states I r p of the ideas that led to the War on Poverty, but now after four

Subscription payable in advance years, other American leaders are turning to the Marshall
Send Check or Money order to: Plan idea for our cities. Vice President Humphey, congressmen

FLORIDA STAR P.O BOX 599 civil rights leaders, and others are talking about.'
Jacksonville 1 Florida Marshall Plan to end conditions which caused this summer's
.... ,
W-.T'L "", I'I riots

The first step in such program must be Jobs. Special measure,
NEEDS STRONG LEADERSHIP NOW ... MR. PRESIDENTI must be taken to sure the persistent :.' unemployment in the
ghetto A special effort is needed to train Negro workers for'
Cities And A Marshall Plan
'better paying Jobs and Insure that Negroes are representedin
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t all levels of employment, right up to the executive suite.
Last year Whitney Young of the National Lea- t Since training is useless unless there Is a Job at the end of

gue talked about a Marshall Plan for helping I II .the line, we need a guranteed Job for every American who wantsto

Negroes become first-class citizens and i n I work. At the present time, industry probably couldn't provide -
1 YOUR Weekly all these But how allow
general white people thought he was crazy for Jobs. can we unemployment when,
schools
our hospitals, social services and public institutions
suggesting so much to be spent on what was t 'I' are drastically understaffed? So long as our parks and streets

then thought non-essential 1 ar e dirty, our mail late, and our public services deteriorating -

A few weeks ago all hell and furybroke loosein I we cannot tolerate unemployment

the ghettos of many large cities and aft- .Horoscope Guide I Large scale housing construction is another vitalo element,

er the ruins were reviewed we wanted to know !I of million a Domestic Marshall Plan There are more than 31/2
I dilapidated housing units no change since 1950. Hereis
what Now other leaders of ***, I
was the cause. many *** an area wher government can cooperate with homebuilders

this nation have suggested generous appropri- 1 I to organize a national housing Industry which could replace,
ations for Congress to conserve the citizenryin I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I. these agein g structeres with good, low and moderate Income
I I'I
the underprivileged class.We housing.
Education too needs a top-to-bottom reform. Ghetto schools I
remember that immediately after World War t
,get the least money and the most experienced teachers. This
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I
II the Marshall Plan of aid to nations threa- t pattern has to be reversed, and ghetto schools must be saturated

tened with Communist take-overs was effectivein t with the expert services their children need. Here too
preserving the independence of the respec- t private groups would become involved in reforming scboolJI I

tive countries.Vice II I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL t since they can probably do as much good as new government
programs
President Humphreys, with good intentions ,
has Marshall Plan for out _______.. _ ___ _ J A marshall Plan would reform the present inadequate welfare
suggested a ----- -- -- ------------------ systems with a cheaper and more humane Income maintenance

embattled cities for the purpose of eliminating program like family allownaces or a negative income tax. Many
poverty and slum conditions which allege- ARIES CANCER 'LIBRA CAPRICORN other areas like health, transportation, ect. would be affected.

dly caused the riots and civil disorder. > BORN SEPT. BORN DEC Basic to the Marshall Plaawouldbe a total ban discrimination,.'
BORNMARCN( BORN JUNE.. ; It is designed to be the one time in our 1 history whem America*
think the idea is fine but r-cJtiesWno't I
We ,',23rd.OCT.. 23rd 22rid 1 ; JAN., ,13th 1 said'to its Negro'Citizens"!This,i, stun you;we want you to
all impoverished. For instance, Detroitisa 21tb .IPRIL 19th 22nd JULY 22ndBe It's acp.sesbave.While there- get these benefits also."Negro citizens would benefit most be-''

much wealthier city, and pays more tax per Make good The financial ups Wide awake There is not find yourself. Many Librans is little;is sight todlturb the last caused they ban suffered most in the past,, but all America:

capita than smaller cities and even Jackson and downs tha may have kept much to worry about other than who have gonea long way in life holiday of the summer season, would reap this harvest of abundance.
ville. We feel that something must be done a- many Arians on pins and need how to spend a happy Labor may suddenly discover that they the same cannot be said of the Although the annual cost of such a plan would come to less

bout poverty, but let the cities do it themselves les curing the past couple of Day weekend, together with favorite no longer know themselves and days that are following right on than th $30 billion we are spending in Vietnam, the boost it,
would give to the economy: would be such that it would for,
months should quickly make way companions.But this also that they have changed considerably its heels. The announcementsthat pay
through their own resources. itself. If the income of Negro citizens to that of
was equal ,
for a much more conservative means that Cancerlans will have from the bdings they are uttered or printed may
Psychological large and small cities haVe This could be due white Americans, for example, it would add about $28 billion
once
policy. Couples and partners to make up for lost time right were. be starling but it is not at all
come to reply on federal aid so much ao that should share and sarae alikein there after to catch on correspondence due largely to the sort of mar certain that theu to the nation's income.
it has become a day of life. The federal gov- the responslbllles and self- interviews up and the riages made, and to the vlci- certain that they are deemed reliable Yet The it domestic become Marshall Plan sounds like a dream. dosent 1
disciplinary measures that sltudes of existence in general If passing Judgement on can a reality,brlnglngpeace as well as prosperity
ernment must not let wealthy cities holdout may million and one details that to our land.
and rattle the tin cup of charity. Each city be imposed to make any pro may be part of duties. Since the This should not give any cause on the strength of whatever they
gram work Trying to take on power intellect are extemely for alarm. But it could be a contain, there is the risk of
ought to stand on its own feet. the heaven sent that the time --....-
burden singly would set a potent, utilize them fully tofind sign making an investment or other
bad for the to get reacquainted is at hand! that
precedent other party shortcuts or new systems that monetary commitment nay
to follow besides proving will relieve or responsibility Take stock of the old values turn into major losses rather THE URBAN LEAGUE STORY
The Pointing Finger WritesFor to be beyond party to follow besides for otherwise unbearable bur that may have been discardedand than profits
proving to be beyond one'sproper dens. The necessity of having of the new ones that have 5.40.33.17.818

strentlr. t4ya4h one's step in the financial repalced them. And wherever
some reason, the pattern of living with- speculative and uncharted a change appears desireable, ,____ By CLANZEL BROWN JR. ..
in the confines of the United 5.60.66.15.456 ,
States is somewhat stressedon have no hesitance about making
fields is being heavly
like the English's playwright's "play the 6th. it. AQUARIUS The Civil Rights movement appears to be stymied by its own

within a play." in this country, our cultural TAURUS 4.80.77.19.900SCORPIO BORN IAN. success Most of the traditional objectives have been achieved.
system permits a Negro child to grow to 9-10-55-16-333 The legislation is now on the books. In most-though certainly

be ,adolescent without ever naving known a BORN APRIL 20th FEB. 18th not aU- something like equality before the law. And
white person of his own age, according to 20th MAY 20th yet we seem to be as far away as ever frost
Robert C. Weaver, secretary of housing and LEO BORN OCT. doubt It dosen't fully Jibe.aware Aquarians of the importance no having solved the problem of race.
urban development.U.S. BORN JULY are Not because the legislative victories are un' -I o
Adopt new tactics. Those ta- main taming
of the
Civil Right Commissioner Frankie Freeman rus natives who have been 24tb NOV. 22nd the friendliest of Important important. Far from It. But because Negroes
still find their in American Life Intolerable
position
told a Senate housing sub-committee rece- caught napping will have work 23rd-AU6. 22nd with the one chosen as a lifelong
out a nes strategy in order to- Friends of a feather Of courseit -and justifiably so-the push toward
ntly that "we have developed a society that regain lost ground. It could be It sets you thinking. The fact Is much more Interesting ot partner. And yet,there appears ,equality of opportunltyw.under law (and that has been the

is rapidly being divided into opposite C 'I1t"8 that someone may have been un 'that so many individuals, Intimates have friends who are duplicate the tobe of some thing standingin ',major thrust of the Civil Rights movement) has been basedon
hostile and mistrustful of each other. dermining Job or position during and strangers like, appear copies of one self It is not who way arrivlnjat conclusion soundunderstandin the implicit assumption that once equality of opportunity was
tobe hostile does not necessary -g gained something approximating equality of results would
somethingentlrelynewanddifferent
have
But
what has absence
a
been suggested on vacation.While
kind of problem to remedy this the situation l.i not apt become mean one personally has to offer ebo can contribute The pressure of holding up status follow. hasn't nor is it likely to.Of all the civil rights leaders,
and material worth would
? critical up to Labor Day, it is done anything wrong. This con.dlton the most to your knowledge Whitney Young was the first and the most Insistent to say that
Simply this, the enactment of laws to prev- likely become so right there could be traced tothe fact and developent. This is the reason seem to be enough to aid both equality of results impossible in a competitive society unless

ent an alleged trouble-maker from crossing after. The alert taurean should that they are envious or that they why you should not turn sides ladecidtngthateachoneisin 'people enter the competition on roughly equal terms. And the
to the ThIs
state line into another section of the recognize the advisability of are embittered by life Itself. down the band of afriend whenever is dispensable other hard but Inescapable fact 10 that all too many Negroes are .
vertlfled the
coun- amply by plane
try. being Johnny on the spot on the Some may discover that it paysto it is extended by people unable-or think they are unable-to compete. To say this Is In
first day In order to protect work on Labor Day,especially from near and far, or even by tary aspects now In forct But no way to suggest that NiP ass are inferior It is simply to
This is superficial thinking, for a person their personal and vocational the Leos who are buying,selling those of different races and religions. there is a mysterious factor that recognize an inescapable fact: 350 years of brutalliatlnn,
does not have to go into another state to interest. or dealing in real estate. Those of you who are makes it very dlffucult to meet humiliation, and exclusion-to say nothing of poverty-have
start placing our emphasis Do not force anything through in commerce or in the professions on equal ground and to resolve taken and continue to take, a heavy toll. How could it be other-
upon policing, and 4-30-77-17-795 when there are doubts or difficulties can turn you achievementsinto existing differences. wise? A leaser people would not have survived at an.
rather get at
the very core of this problem. that could eventually'' profitable cl\annels. No one has been more courageous in facing up to that fact-
First locate the problem and then analyze it. be brought to the courts to resolve 3.90.55.13-u3 than Whitney Young. If an discrimination were to stop>> immediately .
Consider the several solutions and initiate a GEMINI 6 90 88 13 831 he argued four years ago in his book entitled

program that will get the Job done effective- 1.60.44.15.856 PISCES "To Be Equal," the position of most Negroes would not
BORN MAY change they would not achieve true equality. "'Jbe reason,"
ly.What SAGITTARIUS BORN FEB. to use his own words, "11 that the 'discrimination gay
21st JUNE 21st VIRGO caused by more than three centuries with a handicap that
About Student NOV. '
Choice Of Teachers? BORN 19th MAR. 20th win not automatically slip from his shoulders as discrimination -

You do It. It is sure to supervise BORN AUG. 23rd DEC. 21st laws and practices are abandoned.nthe scars," be wrote
You can always depend upon Alabama to com e matter personmd when It's a feeling. Something ...do>> exist..The Negro, If be fails to recognise his deprivation -

up with a stupid idea that hasn't a grain o f there is somthlngof Importance 23rd SEPT. 22nd Maybe Ifs you. The' feeling that you have achievedin or acts as though it doesn't exist, is guilty of stupid
praticality in it. to be brought tg a successful that something is amiss loregard connection with your work- chauvinism. And the white person who Ignores this realityor

The administration leaders of ,Alabama are. ask conclusion, at least uo to the 5th. Make your pitch. There is lit. to a courtship, In the back aday duties or a very hush- acts as though it doesn't exist Is guUlty of dishonesty."
It may be wiser to remain at tie doubt that Virgoans have ground of one's own private-' hush project, may have reached To put it In K7 own terms, there is not one, but two "Ne
ing heir Legislature to act with utmost speedto home on Labor Day, la event' much to sya, and that the more istence, does not seem to be the point where it reflects gro problems.;' There Is a white man's "Negro problem"and
enact a law which will let the parents of because the hazards of the roads sensible people around are willing far off the mark. JAOB AND to personal glory. Or you may a Negroes "Negro problem". Both are more intract-
school children in Alabama say whether they are more apt to be magnified to llsen. But when it comesto far off the mark. Job and health be marrying someone where able than any of as had hoped
want white or Negro'teachers.The than other wise. Original ways affairs of the heart, they matter can also be souces of both carried on gainful endeavors.
ways of doing things could are on the serious side and will This could turn out ot
proposal would be worry at this time. Whatever
the selection "freedom of choice'in sparked by genius. But as soon be playing for keeps. This may one's particular dflenu may bet be the great surprise of the THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY
of teachers. pupils, white as one permits anyone else to be the one conditon which be wist to take It with period to everyone but (the pra-
and Negro alike would may up ticlpating parties. This should September 1, 1823 Hlrman Revels d Mississippi first Negro
express a preference influence Judgement a boner of should be made clear to the object the person best qualified to deal ,
through their colossal of render the possibility of work elected to the u.s.Senate, was born a free man in Fayette
affection
parents, for be to precent any with It. A wild rumor
teachers poor
,. therace of
'> mauves ing Jointly in the future Miss, Served 41st and 42nd W. Congress 187011.September .
they, would like as well"ad'the"schools charged to>> some of subsequent misunderstandings Judgement or a mysterious development more ,
this sign and principal or recriminations. The one rather than lesspromisingArbltlom -
adviser day that cannot be faced '
they want to attend, Even the best intentioned of al.. when Judgement may be completely or pinpointed could give Saglttarians too is being sharpenedto 1, 1896!! George Washington Carver began a remarkable -
lies can a keen edge and this will career as an agricultural chemist at Tuskvrc
sup on occasion which thrown off balance is a bard time on th '.h.
D. S. is only too human the 6th. stir natives of this sign Institute, Alabama. From the peanut be made more than 300
Bed products: more than 100 products from the seeet patato
I 2-70-66-14-789. synthetic marble from wood shavings, dyes from clay and'ICE
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SEPTEMBER 2, 1S67 sin PAPERS PASE i



I Beverly Joyce Washington RillS High Grad Mt. 'Merles Emily June Holt-TTrone Bryant Married ;


Weds JaMes L.. Buchsaoa Jr. Gets Scholarship To Host Mssicil


This smiling young lady Miss A Musical featuring leading

Brenda Joyce Harris is talent from the city and surround J. ,

t a graduate of the College of lag area Is set for Mt.Morlah ,. I

Automation, leaving the school Sunday night, September 4
with an average of 84. A graduate 3rd.

of Raines Senior High Mrs Paugh of the McCaU Singers

School, Miss' Harris is also will be in charge of the
the recipient/ oft $500.00 scholarship program

: to Edward Waters Col Talent appearing on the program -

lege. will be as follows: The

Miss Harris is the daughter Sunbeams, The Austin Queens i

Miss Alter Philip, Alice Boston -

and the Bostonettes, The

Voles of Jerusalem Mary and, f
Th Art Goodman, the Harris Singers I

: St. Mark Spiritual Five, :
r The Epsecauns Singers, The 'H I I

i Southland Singers, Elder Moss _
Davis, Mr. Richard Davis the f l

R : .' Excelsors Singers, and Miss
Essie Mae Thomas !

,,:.. The public has been invited to t 11A
,
attend this program
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WEDDINGBELLS UIUI n




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Curley Barber, Jr., 819 W.
Duval St., 23 and Sandra Lucille 4

BRENDA JOYCE HARRB Johnson, 819 Duval St.,
80. tj
of Mrs Eva M. Anderson and
the daughter of Mr. HermanB. David Vtrdell Burney 1926 The Mt Canaan Baptist Church was the" scene recently for

Harris. Spires Ave.. 24 and Ruby Lee the wedding ceremonies for Miss Emily June Holt and Mr.

The graduate is a member of Yancey 724 Madison St. 21. Tyrone Bryant, with the Rev. Haielton officiating. The bride,
Miss Beverly Joyce Washington daughter ot Mrs Annie Ruth. the St. Paul AME Church and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holt was Clvenaway by Mr. Holt .

Washington and the late Mr. Cleo Albert Washington was marred is secretary to the Herlonesof Bobby Lewis Greene Los Angeles A reception followed' the aftaIr.nenewIYWedsareboneymooo'Inc -

I to James L. Buchanan, Jr., son of Mrs. Lucy Orr, Jack- Jericho. She is a member California, 25 and De- at Expo 67. j

sonvllle. and Mr. James Buchanan; Sr., Jackson, Tennessee of the Friendly Avenue Club lores Ann Green, 1170 W. 25th
August 12 in the Church of the Assumption. Monselgneur liarold and vice-president of the YPD'. St. Z6.Felton.
Jordan officiated. The young scholar will enter
Mrs. Mildred McKInley gave a. Beach, Florida and Nassau, Ba- Edward Waters College this Warren Williams Jr., Holt-Bryant Nwptial Rites

program of nuptial" tpn music hama, the young couple will fall. 1312 Cleveland St., 27 and Ruth
and played the traditional wedding make their home in Detroit, Elisabeth Smith, 1771 Cleveland
Solemnized In Scene
marches. Mr.David Puttn- Michigan. Johnson-Jennings St., 26.Robt. Tranquil
er sang; "The Lord's Prayer"and Mrs. Buchanan is a graduate 4

"Are Maria". of New Stanton Senior High Marriage Listed Lee Jones 736 W. Mon Wedding rites were solemnized at Mt Canaan Baptist Church
The church was decorated beautifully School and of Central State University roe St., 22 and Sarah Marie recently when Miss Emllv.June Holt became the bride of Mr.

with large baskets of Wllberforce.Ob1owith Miss Miriam ErnestlneJabn- Rigglns 736 W. Monroe St., Tyrone Bryant. The wedding a five o'clock affair, was presidedover

white chrysanthemums and her degree in elementary education son and Mr. Samuel A. 20 by the Rev. Hatelton, pastor of the church*.
Jennings
gladioli flanked with green Mr. Buchanan is a graduate
of NewStanton Senior will be married on Saturday Macon Ga and Mr. and Mrs
of Mr.
palms. High Ralph Franklin Watkins, 3926 The bride daughter ;
The bride chose a sumptuousecru School and Edward Waters College September 16.Mr. Pearce St,. 26 and Earlene and Mrs Charles Holt, .was John Holt, Dclray Beach, Fin ti L1t
and Mrs Alphonso Johnson r
organza full length AIfnecawnlavlshedlnreembro1der with his degree in second- Virginia Watkins 3325 Pearce given away by Mr. Holt. The y,
ary education..Both are emplpy- parents of the bridetobe bridal gown was a white, floor
St. 27.Robt. .
ed alencon lace and appliques ed by the Detroit. Board of Education made the announcement recently length stubbed satin creation.Th AKA's Sponsor On I IYau'll

flowing into a detachable train.A Mr Buchanan is a Wofford 2033 WllsonSt e train was detacheable.
crown of seed pearl petals membe of Kappa Alpha Psi Mr. Jennings is the son of 24 and Patricia Corrine Wes-, The sleeves and the hem were To College SpreeThe
Mrs Frederick Bell live
of Orlando
secured her veil* of illusion and Fraternity. and Samuel lyne Everett, 1785 W. 6th St., bound with Italian braid. A happilyever
Mr.
she carried a bouquet of white Out of town guests were: Mr. Jennings 80. matching pearl crown head
orchids with miniature white and Mrs Elihue Gaines, Mrs.Willie of Los Angeles Miss Johnson piece brought out the beauty ot home pf Mr. and Mrs.
Lee and Mrs, is a graduate of Fisk University Nathaniel Davis Sr., was the
carnations. Jenkins the ensemble. ivith
Alex Spencer Edwards 1843W. after
Given in marriage by her uncle Lou Ellen Lambert of Quitman,. and a member of Delta 33rd St., 20 and Aaronetta, Mrs Edward Holt was matron setting for an."On to College .
Mr.Vernon Sands,the bride Georgia, Miss Faith Smith of Sigma Theta Sorority. Mr.Jennings Callahan 1439 Cleveland St. of honor. Bridesmaids were Spree" sponsored by Gamma
chose as her maid of honor,her Cleveland, Ohio Mrs Richard a graduate of Morehouse 19. Mrs. Bernard Stalling, Mrs Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha
f cousin.Miss Constance Sands Johsnoo of Miami, Florida and College of Atlanta, is a member Israel Stalling IH, and Mrs Kappa Alpha Sorority, ins:,

Jacksonville Brldemalds were Mr. Terrlal Taylor of Detroit, of the Kappa Alpha Psi Wm. Frank Garvln, 1416SteeleSt. Nelson Dixon, Sr. Best man Saturday. Flame less I
Fraternity Sixty who will be entering
girls
Miss Lucille Kelly Detroit Mi- Michigan. ., 48 and Sarah Louise, Petty was Mr. Elmer Bryant, the freshman in
chlganMiss- ;' Jacqueline Phil' 1331 Grothe St., 28 groom's brother. Mr. Robert college as
lips,"Detroit; "Michigan,' Miss'! Mr. 'Samuel HarperTo ''CALENDAR, ? Stalllngs, and Mr. Walter Finn September were In attendance (
t The eighteen 08)) schools represented -
Ada Stanford, Jacksonville; and Cecil were ushers.
Be HonoredThe Eric( Walters, 2723 included American
Mrs. Daisy Zeigler Jackson' Pearce St., 22 and Rosemary Mr. Bryant, of: Corona, New : Electric
YUle. They wore emplregowns Brotherhood of Sleeping EVENTSLABOR Theresa Chaplin, 1828 W. 33rd York, is the son of Mrs.,Alberta Business College, Air Line Stewardess
School College
of: mint green and mlmosayel- Car Porters, its Ladies Auxiliary St., 19. Bryant of the same city. Augusta -
low crepe andbouffant veils of Chair Car; Attendants and DAYAFFAIR Distinguished guests among ,' Bethune Cookman College -

matching illusion. Theycarrled Florida Labor Unions are sponsoring SET Emerson Steele 1343 GrunthalSt. many wboattended the reception Edward Waters College

bouquets of majestic daises. a Testimonial Banquet 44 and Leola Mae were: Mr. Elmer Bryant, Corona Flak University, Florida AIM
Myers
Mi". Walter Zeigler was the honoring Mrs Samuel Harper The Deaconess Board 1 of the 719 N. Uncola Ct, 33. N.Y. Miss Betty Bryant, University Florida Junior College Home
bridegroom's bestman. Ushers local President, Brotherhood ofj' Greater Macedonia Baptist Corona, N.Y., Mrs Lola Riley, Florida Memorial College -
were Mr. Jerome Elps. Mr. Sleeping Car Porters AFLCIOand Church will sponsor a big bar- Grady Memorial Hospital
Johnnie n 481 Wade
.becue on Monday Sept. 4th. Spanlch learn Sewing! School of Nursing, Hampton Institute -
Wesley Mitchell, Mr. 'nmothy'Jones. benefiting Scholar ship fund, Dr., M and Jessie J.faeCrosby, __
The East side's<< Oakes Kentucky State College
and Mr. Albert Johnson, Mayflower Hotel Thursday, Shady
all of Jacksonville. ..... ... .. has been picked u the site for 531 Goodwin St, 42. Stanton HighIs Saint Vincent's Hospital Schoolof HeatingOver I

The mother of the bride wort r--- -* this affair. Samuel Nursing, Spelman: College
rJ The menu will Include chicken Augustus Jennings, Tennessee All, Tuskegee In-
a summer beige lace dresswlth ,
J 2206 Flag St., Apt. 10, 22 and The Answer of
turquoise accessories.. The ribs and fish.A free watermelon stitute University Florida
Miriam Ernestine 1734
groom's mother wore an em- will be given to the children Fairfax Johnson and Xavier University. a million-Florldians: are enjoying the-
St. 25.
semble of mint green crepe This is a benefit affair and orders Learn to Sewl The doors of Welcome and Greetings were safest, cleanest ways to' heat and cool their

and matching green accessor- will be delivered upon re- Stanton Vocational High will be extended by Mrs Nathaniel homes.
Leroy Franklin Jr., Ocala, Davis. Mrs. Bernard McLen-

les.Following the wedding ceremony \ 3'.A..PHIUP quest. Fla., 21 and Sondra Faye Gordon wide enrollees open, on women Septmeber and men S for Goo narrated the skit entitled Wherever you live, and whatever the? prtci i
3708 Bethel Rd. 18.
the reception was held in F .sees. Classes will be held Mondays "The College Girl" (Travels rang of ,.your home,! you'll find! electric

the church's parish ball. 'Ibebride' Earl Horace Whltlock. 1238W. through Fridays from 9 a.m. to3p.m. to Things and fro and, Studies Knows How Hard,to Joins Relax heat has practical 'values for you, too.

table was overlaid withan 27th st. 19 and Edith La Verne .
.) Participants In the skit
The first for the 011,1a
and meeUnr
organdy ruffle cover a a Hunter, 6293 Pettlford Dr, Ben Durham,principalstress-
white table cloth lavished Inappliques. H., Baldwin Chanter, affiliate E. 18. es the Importance of these were undergraduate members Let

White candles I. RANDOLPH to ihe-YicAWUi.c YeDt on classes for adults .diets jt Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.. yourElectrical
silver candelabra Illuminatedthe September 7, at 6 p.m. The in Basic Clothing another a A variety of games were.4h- or
14 1967 at 8.30 p.m. Leroy Barton, 1915 W. 2nd St., all and souvenirswere
September : place designated for the Joyed by
table wlththe exquisite tiered meeting course in Advanced Clothing
32 and Doris Dixon 1201 W. Heating ContractorTell
Guest win be A Philip to each
speakers
wedding cake, Refreshment tj is located 582 W. 8th St. 13th St. U. Construction and the last a presented guest
tables with silver bowls of punch: Randolph, President International All young ladles 16-17-vears Buddie, Collins Jr. 554 W. course Dressmakers TaIlor- Gamma Rho Omega Chapterwas You About -
and a fountain of flowing champagne > Brotherhood of Sleeping old have been urged to attend introduced by the Baslelus
Car Porters and Paul Hall President this meeting 19th St., 24 and Yvonne Dolores ing.A Mrs Gilbert Solomon. The Many Types for
of table
bad arrangements ivy good preparation and d'hhotiwitsorwrm'.iNbe .
: Seafarers International Crawford, 360 W. 19th St., 16. Hors d* Oeuvres pastries and oiElectric.lIeat '
'I and service course are scheduled lnplnwhknnaewleaekwddottdu s )
After aa.wweddfngtrlp to Miami Union. The Begonia Ladles Club I sponsors Jerry Thomas 1751 The Duval County Board f Public drinks were served The College upply th.hetU
Hughes Choose From.
Reservations will Include
bound girls were then bid to
American is in
a trip to the Instruction charge.
61 and Archie Bell
Broadway
HELP SMOKEY PREVEN1 y F cocktail and dinner. Make your Beach Monday September 4. "Auf Wldersehen".
Kin&2911WlcaxSt,44.
reservation the
FOREST FIRES by contacting The bus will stop at Carver
"' 'MATCHES, Brotherhood headquarters Manor on KetJock Drive, Brett
1fUT OUT) ..LL
.Phone 3M-2554 and 768-3139.
Avenue and 45th St.: Kings Rd- Murat Salem

. and Myrtle; 5th and Davis St., H
and 18th and Myrtle. Nancy ,,

Admission for adults is U3.. Recital SlatedA .
.
lint po hwM hone n winter. wall yuri home wiU hMtfnscooteltfai
__.Ona IIIIrmoata& colU behind decoraUvtjrro*,pro.
muscial recital will be ren- amine maintain any desind yew vide radiant heat with natural or.
Mrs. Rowena Hughes of New dered 5:30 p.m. Sunday at Mt Shea round' ttmpmtura.' faa-Tomd convKtloa.iUk .
,
St. James AME Church will Salem Baptist Church in rela i

celebrate her first anniversary tune to Women's Day observance

September 17, at Friendship by Mrs Delores Bright i

Baptist, located on New Kings and Mrs Bertha Harris.
Road, at I p.m. Sunday School beslaat9.30 mifI

a onvitlt .. A unique program has been a.m. with superintendent Jack 750RM
k N .xY planned. Refreshments will be Green charge The lesson topic -
: served Mrs Genevieve Crock will be reviewed by Run ...... .... .gpllul ... C.UIftaMti.lavlai .WInlIaoa
lAMOt IIWDlUlIWHITE Is general chairman of the program Trey Neal p.dlroc..eytaomMmpentua us.Wthkkmeouwoealedwithie.aerol
.. .Two an tvultbkt ilnp.! Each rooms
SHRIMP . u. 89c committee. The Rev Moraine worship scheduled for typos ia Individually controlM.tanpmturandiiatochotwMr.
gum it fcoMlfl til*tint reMoMkte trio tenttt t\t dun* tfttr.. Penis Smith Is pastor 11 .... will find Deacons C. alfcoun Jfor date arrives. She mixes
noon rids teiuU ktnur end aniio* tin %
aid G. Tucker la charge of
Manhattan. WithSeagram's
devotional services. The Rev. cr For That Wonderful Feeling
The Gladiola Ladles Club will
7 Crown. He
BLACK BASSMrrteAMOUNr, Tony Heal will deliver the
4SC be entertained in home
the of
ITMAIOHT PROM rut uttrrt ANTI LI Mrs. Sadie Johnson naming menage Choirs 1 and compliments her on her Switch Now to i
September ..I win serve during service. dress. And her drink. She's '
M.The .
THE 49'ert RETURN previous meeting was Afternoon service win begin ft learning. Good things Electric Heating- Flameless

honored by the presence of Mr. 1 p.m.with Holy Communloo being happen when mix with
you
SPANISH I MACKEREL administered at that time. i
and Mrs. Anderson! and son 2'the
best of them.
Rev. Neal sadassociateswiilbeM
frM tt e motJtor-fe-bv'l Ian. '_:Mrs. J. K. GUlettt, Mr. Bailey! Say Seagram' and be Sure.
NORFOLK SPOTS 49' and Mrs. Fannie Laucastee. charge r
The public is invited to attend.
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at tile African United Church, ell 3541712 ___Dwd'en c.,a TGLade/ n.q.ft* h U 6dl &OM
Sunday Bight, 1.30 p.m.

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fW.Strkk Area To BeAM Dr. A. J. Reddick DMC PrtsMls Certificates

To Speak Sunday

If htsbyterkm Church Dr. A. JReddlckpastor of the '
Grant Memorial SAME; Church: CHURtiEWS
NEW TO**, Tie Synod of Washington-Alaska of the will speak to the congregation '
Untied JIM_ urea Ckurcl U.I.A., has issued an appeal to Sunday morning from the subject :
the Ltmirt-e. Ian tor emergency funds to aid flood-stricken "Blueprliii to Hipp loess. .
chord sMMbars. and to help renovate water-logged churches The service will begin at 10:.

"We enrwntk/ seek any and the manse where water rose two NEW REDEEM BAPTIST I
Throughout
all lifts, essvcUHr of funds, inches above the main floor tht Jay t h e Consolidated Women's Day observance will commence on the fourth Sunday
to tiefc sleet sad restore, to lave!. The pastor and his wife, Choirs of the church In October at New Redeem Baptist church
feed and clothe ew people," the Rev. and Mrs Dean will sing. Dr. Eeddlck wBl Sunday activities will get underway with Sunday School set
the .... Or. W. WiUoa Rasco, Hlckox, have been able to open preach at 6.48:: p.m. about for 9:30 a.m.. with Deacon J. H. Washington In charge. The
synod executive, said. "Toe their home to churchmemberi "Christ and a Working Mao" lesson will be reviewed by the pastor Rev E.1. 'orllWl> .
Communion will be served Morning worship hour will begin at U a.m., with the deacons
entire
ey was ruder water who have no place to stay
and throughout the day. The Sunday in charge of devotion. Choir and nsbeF board 8 will serve
Ike tone** will be felt Regular Sunday morning services -
for MOM ttae." were held at the church School begins It 930.Mr.Amos throughout the day with Mrs. Fannie Jackson In charge of

The IfcMed >resbyterianChurch on August 20, Just five days V. Rose Is superintendent musle.
he Kid, ""will""have to after the flood bad crested. Anniversary belt H rtw BTU hour is set for 5 p.m., with Deacon Charlie Smith
give assistance to Eskimo The University Community presiding.
.Evening worship is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
members of congregations, as Presbyterian Church at College
these eefU ha* been totally which had dedicated anew At New St. James
wiped .. ef al aysical fOB- Christian educatlonbulldlngandstudent Mrs. Rowena Huges of New St. UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST
be the
will be rendered Sunday night Queens
An after service
sessions" sag center three
they ate "the
years ago James A.M.E. Church celebrates : -
church's Mate see..." encountered massive water her first anniversary '11I- of Harmony connection: with Deaconess board L
Damages *e denominational damage to the basement of the day September 17, at Freiad- Sunday school will begin at 9:30: a.m., with the superintendent
facilities lathe Fairbanks area Christian education building A ship Baptist Church. On Hew ... .--. and teachers charge. The pastor win l review the lesson
hare beet estteted at $Z50. library operated by Church women Kings Road U.s. 1 'Hie program Meanly a groop of ISO linen nsnctfctl me and registered nurses from Duval Morning worship, scheduled to begin at U am. win find
000, Dr. Ruse saM.. "though it for the whole community begins at 8 p.m. Refreshments Medical Center received: certificates from the Duval County School Board for in-service Deacons Major Hicks and James Bulllngton In charge of devotional
Is toe early to state requirements was completely ruined, and the wilt be served The Rev RemusIs continuing training The certificates were presented by the Instructors of the course Hazel service. The pastor will deliver the message Choir
seeded to renovate or manse hid three feet of water pastor. Mrs. GenevleveCroket Womble, in-service teacher for the Devil County Board of Public Instruction and Joan and usher board 1 will serve throughout the day.
restore church properties." above the ground floor. The is chairman of the program Royce co-ordlnator of Related Health Education. Duval Medical Center was the first of Evening worship is set for 8 p.m., with Rev. J. B. Murray
The .... WtlMen M. Pritc- manse had Just been renovated committee. the local hospitals to try this type la-service training and, according to Mrs. Guerina bringing the message.
bard, Field Mministrator for six months ago. None of the B. Apol!, Director of Nursing It was most successful keeping the nurshlng staff up to
National MIsaleM In Alaska, building now lave heat, u heat Semi-Civic date en always changing: medical techniques.: MT. TABOR BAPTIST
has released We Mowing for the facilities was suppliedby Services at Mt. Tabor has been set to get underway with
port M church fcctiftles In the the central beating unit. Sunday School beginning at 9:30: a.m., with Deacon Jason
flood-ravaged area: Contributions should be mark- Club MeetsThe Funeral Services Barr and teachers in charge
Flood waters feat rose to six ed "Emergency Fund Relief" Semi-Civic Social Club ALTAR CALLby Eleven o'clock service will be preceeded by consecration
Inches aneve. pvv-fovel over" and sent to the Synod of Wash- will meet Monday night at I Held For of auxiliaries beginning at 10:45 a.m.The pastor and associated
ran First PreefcytMrku Church, ington-Alaska, 720 Seneca St., p.m., in the borne of Mrs ministers will be in charge of the services.
Fairbanks, which receatly had Seattle Washington 98101. Dorothy Cllmore 1752 Myrtle NEGRO PRESS.INTERNATIONAL"HOW Mrs. Katie Wells Holy communion rites will be on the agenda at the afternoon
complete a tut community Plans will be made for the Jail Funeral for Mrs. session. All choirs and the usner boards will serve during
services
center sod CftrMlan education WHEN ASKED why he had not tea. Mrs. Rose Sturgis will be TO SHOOT OFF STEAM" Katie C. Wells, retired nurse the afternoon service.
I bu11... kaMMsts ef the brushed his teeth, the confused hostess Bible verses will begin Emotion is a potent factor in riots. Reports indicate that a will be held at Mt. Zion Aid Mrs. Ella Singleton and Mrs. Jones will serve at the coo-.
buildings were fleeted, as was ,boy explained, "/ can't! My battery with the letter .... Mrs. contagion fills the air and many who had BO prior plans to part Church Saturday 1 p.m.Burial sole.
Is dead." Catholic Digest Elnora Small is president. icipate soon find they are either throwing bricks or looting will be in Old City Cemeterywith
stores Some with regrets either retire the loot to the storeor Carter' Funeral Home in FIRST BORN TEMPLE
,-
-- -- surrender It to police charge. The pastor. Rev R.A. Pin will bring a special message to
Repression tends to dam op emotions and they must be released Mrs. Wells, who once lived In the congregation on Sunday night at First Born Temple.
E-X-C-L-U-S-I-V-ELY much like the pop-off valve serves to let steam escape from Jacksonville died at the home Sunday school will begin at 10 a.m., with Deacon... McQueen

an overheated boiler. of her niece, Mrs Altamese superintendent in charge.
..AtComputer Continued oppression by a majority race upon the minority Rlcho, San Fernandlna Beach. Morning worship is scheduled to begin at 1UJ a.m., with
group causes emotion to build up in the oppressed group which The late retired nurse was devotional service being led by the deacons board. The pastor
might take many forms In Its release. But,there are meaning a member of Mt. Zion win deliver the message.
ful ways to "shoot off steam." YPCW will meet at 5.30p.m.: with Mrs. Margarett Johnson
eseel eeeet For some, religion serves u a release from oppression A Rites Set For president presiding
fiery spiritual hand-clapping holy-dancing service expends a Evening worship set for 8 p.m., will find devotion being led by'
r lot of emotion It is possible that people so relieved may not Ella Mae Lane the deacons and a special message coming from Rev Hill

torch.need the further release dramatlzedby a throw rock or a fiery ".... .... .......,........ The public is invited to worship with First Born Temple.

Religion also promises a future"paradlie"free of all oppress ... ." .VARICK MEMORIAL AME
Operation sins If a group can saturate Itself with this concept it is possible / The Rev A.J. Warren pastor of Varick Memorial AME:
to find a temporarycoatrollnthe midst of present anxiety ,. ";! Zion Church announces services for Sunday will begin with
Course as a trice for future relief. ""' the'Sunday School at 9.30:. a.m., with the superintendent, W..

There is another role that religion can play by retting its ,.:\ .4 .. J. Johnson In charge The lesson review will be given by
: .lI
forces with the non-religions who have not sought or need re ..IE. ........ the pastor.
Train CIa the fabulous new IBM 360 and Honey. ligion to relieve their tensions The Christian Science Monitor Morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with Choir 1 and the
well 120 Computers. (Aug. I. 1917) carried a story by staff correspondent, Robert P. J/ junior ushers leading the processional. The Rev Warren win,
Hey about Mrs. Mattie Ansley a resident ef Atlanta's Summerhlll deliver the morning message. Holy Communion will be administered -' ,
100,000 Operators Needed Now. neighborhood. during the morning and evening services by the

If you We Interested in a furtme with When another riot threatened the area, Mrs. Aasley was seen ... pastor and his associates. ,
; going about the area advising the would-be tore ers. "it isn't .t. At 3 p.m., the Interdenominational Missionaries Union willmeet
,high pay, prestige and advancement..
,, ] Afcy. worth It Remember last September" She refereed to the dlsturbeacesof in the auditorium with the president, Mrs. Rosa Young
\ last year when bricks and bottles were thrown', presiding. ,All churches are expected to lit repre.SJIte M few Hi :tain Ti Mm Alia., Vi Vifl When rumors spread tut summer put agitators were coming Evening service begins at., 6:30. p.m.This Communion ser.
to t the Snmmerhlll area, Mrs. Ansley and those she a had been vice will be done In songs by the choir, and the Rev.Warren
able to Influence.went to the streets to talk: to those who what Funeral services .for tin will narrate Prayer and class meeting will be held on Tuesdayl!
."... fit Tffttrri, Tiithi Ail lib PlictufitOnse aroond on corners who are seldom reached even by church. Ella Mae Lane mdher.of at 7:30 p.m. Choir 1 will rehearse on Wednesday at 7:30 and the
"If you want to shoot off steam get organised. Get organized Jessie J. Lane, local bonds- Youth for Christ win meet Saturday at 3:30 with the director.
.......... and protect us from agitators and vllence,"aile and her forces man of 1531 W. 27tti St., who In charge
advised over &00 teenagers.DRIVE died Aug. 26, in Riverside
CHURCH OF CHRIST WRITTEN IN HEAVEN
ofwrrfng available In KEY PUNCH BUSINESS Hospital. will be held at Sp.m. Sunday School will begin at 10:00: a.m. Mrs. Emma McClen
Saturday in Dayspring
MACHINES, PROFESSIONAL SECRETARIAL COURSE. ,t. don Is superintendent Deacon L.C. Frank Is adult teacher. The
Tear 8atettW as an LBC graduate is unlimited Other Baptist Church with Rev Cyrus Devotional J
I Thomas Brown will lesson.
9 BMbMM*we met Colleges he the best hire our. graduates as Instructors. ''';...\.C'. .\", e SAFE OVER A. Weaver. Mrs. Lane minister was bornin officiating services will begin at 12 noon. The past will deliver the
Ij e A e "
v e q- M\ Mlddleburg and bad resided message
aril e e\ { 11sil, here for a number of Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve. At 7 p.m. the''
t youth win be In charge. Mrs. Lucile Council Is president On
CALL
OR WRITE: \ \\I LABOR DAYWEEKEND years. Survivors Include a
: husband Douglas Lane, Sunday night the pastor will speak and administer communion.:
The is Circle will
public invited. On Monday night the Sewing
daughters Miss Alvera E.
Lfecek Business Collate meet. The Circle is looking for new members. Mrs. Lee Jordan
Lane, Miss Alice Mae Lane, is president.A .
Mrs. Sateria Ray and Mrs.
prayer meeting will be held Tuesday morning from 6 to ".
611 West Forsyth St. Jacksonville Fla. Rudlne Thomas; son, JessieJ.
Lane sister Mrs Ethel Mrs. Dorothey Blakeley Is president. At noon Tuesday the
; Church's Prayer Band meets. Mrs Ann E. West Is president.The .
Williams brother Willie
Phone 3556617ATTENTION ; Home Mission Circle meets readIng -
V duck / Middleton Willie Milton, Tuesday night.Scripture:
-- win be featured.Elder Brown will head the questlon-and-an-
Frank and John Middleton
; swer hour. On Friday night at 8-30 Choir No. 1 will rehearse:
other relatives and many sorrowing -
Professor Green wlUbe at the organ. Business of importance''
friends. Burial will be
JAXONS 1. Tires 2. Brakes made on the family plot in win be discussed. Saturday at 4 p.m.Choir No. 2 will rehearse1.
Carter's Mrs Lucile Council Is president. The church is located at
i Evergreen cemetery by
1430 Kings Road. Elder Thomas Brown Is pastor.
Funeral Sammie
I Home
3. Wheel I Alifimit L. Davit L.F.D. SECOND BAPTIST SLATES CONSECRATION RITES

i Mrs. Mattie Baldwin Consecration rites for the deacons deaconessess and usher,
The Florida Star of Second Baptist Church will
Will Publish be held Sunday morning at 10:49;
a.m. The Rev J. C. Sams is minister and will be assisted by'
Gained By Death other officlers.

GoodyearService I Another n -lmonrl2nt- --. "."'._,.... _..w....._. "u"u_...__. .W.uwICUIWIIWllou......._ ____._.__,.w._
'. Your be administered at 6 p.m. The pastor wm be assisted by assoc'.
iate ministers and deacons

F F. Sunday School win begin at 9:30: a.m with L. C. Chester,
Onirdi. Hews Club News StoresVETERANS .superintendent, in charge He will be assisted by departmental -:
i teachers and officers The pastor win review. the lesson;
Morning worship will be all a.m.

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It 1 YM Want A Piotograpaor. To Corer i ': Applications For Its Mattie Fiaeral' J.services Baldwin for of Mrs.2138 1

1', R Lewis St. who died August FAMILY PICTURES
", 28, in St. Vincent's Hospital
will be held at 2 p.m., Sat-
Ytw Lets Weddings Social Erects?' -.: Veteran Class. urday In Emanuel Baptist NEW COVEIAfE

Church with Rev S.L.Badger '
I minister officiating. Mrs. : .
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iI The Size Of', ,Oar Claasses sums, Ga., and had resided a "
I here several years. 1O' leI PUCES"

KANWE FOX NEWS: TUESDAY 4. P.: M. : Deacon Survlors S.D.Include Baldwin a husband,
son
Is Limited By Law ;;
Charlie R. Roberts Los Angeles COLOR OR

Km Tt CaL; 2 grandchllren
Mail Mows Tt: :
&'-ter. Mrs. Sallle it. Jones, ,

.. HHtfeSfv Florida" Star ; broil Now To Bo Sire Of Place. friends.city; other The relatives body can and be 'HACK & WHITE

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church from 11
2123 ftofalof M.CM. P.O. Box. 599 : ajn., Saturda. Burial will be PHONE TODAY
made on the family plot In

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I Youth Day Observance Planned For Little Rock Baptist Church Sunday -- I




I Dayspring Baptist Church Hears Educator OB Wov eu 's Day Little Rock Youth To Hold

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y IYPia1 # Th1 Annual Observance Sept. 3rd


RJ Sunday will mark Little Rock Baptist Church annual Youth '
Day observance celebration with Charlie James Holiday,general'
chairman, John Robert Dunbar co-chairman and Joseph Camp "
ion serving as pastor of the day.

Sunday school is scheduled Mack. The opening speaker In
+ r to begin at 9:30 a.m., with I the person of Miss Tlerney
Daniel B. Ezell presiding as Jackson sill be presented by
superintendent. The teachers Miss Cynthia Tucker. Miss
are as follows: Misses La- Cynthia Gibbs has been programmed -
verne Williams, Jo Ana Evans, to bring words of
Lillian Williams, Shirley appreciation following the necessary
Banks Pamela Denise King, preliminaries.
Geneva Young, Willie Jean Graham Members of choir 3,, and
Jeanette Robinson, Mr. other local talent will be featured -
Nathaniel Singleton, Arthur I during the afternoon
Singleton and others. services, scheduled to begin
Morning worship will begin at at 3 p.m. ,
11 a.m., with Miss Jacqueline BTU will get underway at S 30
Miller serving as mistress of p.m., with Mr. Arthur Gibbs
ceremonies. She will be Introduced serving as president.
by Miss Rebee Evening worship set for 7 p.m.,
McCurry. Miss Geraldine will be featured by a short
rvec: ; Stallings will bring the wel skit entitled "Behave or Be-
come address with the response hive" Guest soloist for the
coming from Mr. Larry evening services are Mr.Rich
Hall. Guest soloist for the ard Jackson and Mr. Arthur L.Glbbs. .,

'. .f. .. morning will be Miss Cynthia Words of appreciation
will come from Miss Patricia)

Dr. Pauline Campbell of Detroit Is shown at the speaker's stand Sunday morning at Dayspring caslon. Mrs Cyrus E. Weaver first lady of Dayspring, is second from the right In the Rev. 6. Glanlon To E. Mercer.
Baptist Church, where she delivered the principal address< for Women's Day. More picture with Mrs Campbell. The photo at the right shows part of the large congregation The youth department of Little,

than 1000 persons, a majority of them women, crowded the downtown church for the oc- as women and men listen to the speaker STAR Photo By. A. Paul Crawford .Preach. For Mt Olive' 'i Rock Baptist a cordial Church welcome has extended to-

Members and friends at New., all churches In the city and '
Rteognilion-Besfowed Bishop Allen Heads Dr. Pauline Campbell Flays To Be Presented Master Masons Mt. Olive will hear the Rev.. surrounding counties to, help!

In St. Paul ConcertThe G. Clinton as the morning them make this a memorlable..
Upon Mrs. C. Deutor 1 Methodist SectionON Lay Cornerstone speaker on Sunday morning,' day.
Y.PJXers of St. Paul September S.
New ,
IndiffereNceSees Day
Miss Catherine Deuton won the OFFICIAL records as the AME Church will present Mrs. Master Masons of Duval and Services will got underway Floridians PrepareFor
most popular Sunday School last bishop to be elected In the The great Dayspring Baptist Church, crowded to capacity with Henrietta Birdsong Graham In adjacent counties will Join In with Sunday School beginning
teacher recognition for reporting Central (Negro) jurisdiction more than 1000 women and guests heard the dynamic Dr. a concert, "Let There Be a cornerstone laying Sunday at 9:30 a.m., with the superIntendent -
the largest amount for Campbell of Detroit, Mich., deliver a stirring address, Sunday Music", in the main auditorium September 24, at the St.Thomas Deacon R. Cambridgein 'National MeetA
her Primary class.In morning as guest of the Women's Day committee. of the church Sunday September Baptist Church. The program charge. The lesson topic will large group of Jazons and

the runner-up spot was Mrs. From the moment Dr. Campbell God 10, at I p.m.HENRIETTA will begin at 2:30 p.m. MWVGLR. be reviewed by Rev. G. Clin, other Floridians is scheduled to
airport. "Reliance on The protector will be '
Alice Mack, teacher of the Intermediate the"Re- be active during the 87th annual
arose to speak on the guest speaker reiterated, Bradley thirty-second degree ton.Morning
class. worship Is scheduled
newal of Moral and Spiritual will be session of the National Baptist
An invitation has been extended "Is a stronghold Mason. Presiding to begin at 11 a.m., with the Convention of America Inc
Values in Life", to the close of Dr. Campbell struck out at ; Brother Frederick D. Jordan, ,
by the superintendent, Mrs. deacons In charge of devotional
scheduled for
the message crowded Day of the Negro mother. Warden of St. John's Lodge Indianapolis,
the apathy Sr..
Pauline Bryant, to all parents to Springs Church was at rapt at- She urged a revamping of our rd' 14. The Rev. W.C. Neal is services followed by the mes- for September S to 9.
from Clan-
the promotional exercises the sage coming Rev. Heading the delegation wlllbe
tention. inter-
McClinton
last Sunday morning In September. -<, The great speaker had been attitudes marriage. As toward to riots and disturbances pastor.Is Brother program Lester chairman.- ton. The gospel chorus and usher the Rev. J. C. Sams, general
board 1 will serve throughout
to the president of the state organization -
commendably presented Mrs.Campbell said H. Simmons Is district deputy
Other events the month the day by
during congregation by Mrs. C. and accompanied and vice-president of the
huge
will Include the Usher's anniversary E. Weaver outstanding leader they mothers are and unnecessary teachers as well I Miss Linda Seward at the con- national body. He is pastor of
l
and the vocal recital first lady of the church and a think sole. second Baptist Church of Jack-
should again,
of Mrs Altamese Williams as others District 2 will meet at the
sonville
Hour ,
school
teacher In the system to discover what might Evangelistic
in order,
Henry being presented by choir -'ff1- here. at home church at 4 p.m., with the Because of the illness of Dr.
1, Sunday September 10, at 4p.m. Mrs. Weaver described the have been missing or leader Deacon Jerry Lang In Pettway Dr.' Sams will be in
at school
speaker as great from several Mrs. Campbell is one of the To Begin Sept. 5th charge. charge of major activities. 0-
Holy Communion will be administered Rev. L. S."ALLEN' points of view, one that of the few women Doctors Jf Evening service will begin at ther ministers! from various
on Sunday with the Methodist Church, Is the Rev. wife of the great Dr. StephenC. Negro of the Detroit School An evangelistic hour revival 6.30 p.m.Weekly. churches will also fill positions.\
1 pastor Rev. J.C. Bannerman L. Scott Allen 40-year-old for- Campbell pastor of the Russell Philosophy She is a graduate of B. GRAHAMMrs. will begin, Tuesday night, Sept activities will Include Including the councils and state,
bringing both messages of the mer editor of the Central Christian Street Baptist Church system and of Wayne 'Graham will be accompanied 5, at Turner's Temple Holiness prayer service and Bible studyon board leaderships.
. Advocate.Named replacethe of Detroit. State Bennett University College of Detroit. Dr. by Mrs. Dorothy Church, (057 Flickers Ave, 8, Tuesday night. Choir Z will ,Mrs. H. B.. Miller of Green'
oy.St. Har- touching Childs along with the Ada p.m. meet for rehearsal on Wednesday Cove Springs and Jacksonville
:
Luke Baptist late Bishop Marquis L. Mrs Campbell, upon Campbell Is President of the '
,The Rev. R. L. Lambert, formerly night at 7.30
p.m. will head the
ris, Dr. Allen has been assigned several different subjects Baptist Women of the State of Brary Choir. missionary work
District Plan 'Events to essentially the same ref brought to reality the needs of Michigan. In addition to a busy The affair Is being presented of Lake Alfred, Florida On Thursday night choir 1 will. ers departments;Other women\
'glon the':Gulf' Coast' area, mankind today.-"There must be, or sorority wtor,'II I for the benefit of the Women'sDay will bring the messages nightly. meet at 1.30 p.m., for rehear- win fill various posts. Other I
District No. 2. a unit of St. schedule Is He will tit assisted by Elder sal and Friday night the gospel
,
which includes Mississippi, a renewal in moral and spirit civic activities. Pro :am. The public state prl'llidentf' Ud leader4 01
musical activities
Luke Baptist Church, plans a W. White chorus win meet! at 7.30; p.m.
Alabama and Florida. ual values" said the educator Dr. Campbell heads Invited. auxiliaries will be In attendance;
for Sunday
four o'clock meeting -
t
(NPI PHOTO) "a re-evaluation of the church
Septmeber 3. Mrs Gertrude several auxiliaries of the great
a re-emphasis on religion -
program Russell Street Baptist of Detroit
of this
'Rush, president
Labor Day Express a examination ofleU"
district, 'will host the group at In addition, Mrs. Camp
her home, 664 West 17th.Sever> bell has authored 17 books. She
and the
"Go out change Image
has travelled extensively,several
al matters of great Importanceto '
of the Negro woman, admonished 'It
this busy group will bedis- At Queen Esther the Detrolter as she times as an International :'.,"
and Mrs. .,
delegate. The Rev. :
, cussed.A ,\
considered the need for counteracting -
barbecue has been planned by Mrs. Sadie Varadoe will sponsor Campbell are parents of several MARKETS
attitudes toward -
present
the group for Saturday,September the Gospel Express on Labor the Motherhood was children, among them being SUPER
race.
Day night, September 4, doctors. .
2nd. This affair will take .
place at the home of Mr. and at Queen Esther Church of God stressed as most important. Many committee worked diligently -

1I Mrs. Armstead, 2223 College, in Unity, 1747 McQuade St., further Birth control moral was relationshipsand scored. And, toward the successful ''tHESE PRICES GOOD .TJROUGH. SUNDJIT AT EDGEVOOD AYE.,
.. Circle South. 8:30: p.m. conclusion of this annual affair
felt the
Many of the cities leading their looseness, Officers for the day were DIXIE CRYSTALS
Mt. Worich To groups will appear on this program speaker have contributed to a Mrs. Carrie L.Mallard,Chair
: The Bivens Specials,Sis sliding down on the part of the ,man; Mrs. W. L. Smith, cochairman LIMIT 1 WITH $5. 5
ter Alice Boston and the Bos- Negro. ; Miss L.G. Johnson,
Host Musical tonettes the Excelsior Stncera. Launching Into that portion Socretary; and Mrs. Lola R. SUGAR LB.39c'OR ;
of ber address relating to the
MORE FOOD ORDER
Mrs. Altamease Williams Sister Agle McBride the Voicesof church Dr. Campbell felt that Mayhue Treasurer.
Unity Choir the Voices of
.
' Henry will appear In concert churches should their
open
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Accident Victim EDUCATION SEEN AS VITAL I. ___ ____ _

CLEVELAND, Tex Mercury
Records recording: star Margie TO GROWTH OF COMMUNITYThe
HendrIX was injured bere when
the car her hHsbandwasdrlving greatness ot an Institution of learning is based solely -
tuba struck on the side by a on the program that the institution offers.
truck loaded with lumber. Bolden College stands high in that respect, its president,
Miss Hendrix, whose latest faculty members and staff bellying that "Education is an
recording: of "Restless" is one important element in the development of a community."
ot the hottest rhythm and blues Bolden's College has always striven to give the best and to pro-
numbers In the country, sustained duce the best In 1965 Bolden College was among the first institutions -
neck injuries soda of higher learning to get a $25,000 grant for a Head 0
slight loss of bearing in her Start program. On hundred fifty children received instruction f
right ear. through thisgrant. a
Her husband, Robert Fulsom, Bolden's College School of music, with a strong faculty, offers -
Brother of singing star Lowell a curriculum designed specifically to develop students interested -
Fulsom, said their auto was In raising the already high level of music here. Courses
struck about 3 p.m., when the are given in Piano, Voice, Music Theory, Band and Orchestra.The .
lumber truck unexpectedly pulled college alsohas a strong setup in vocatlonaland cultural
into an intersection. Miss education.
Hendrlx and her husband were Gwudates of this fine school areto be found in all of the local
on the way to a Texas en- hospitals and in out-of-rjie city medical institutions. Business-
gagement at the time of the wise, graduates are employed by May Cohen's, McCrory's,
accident. Furchgotts, Cashiers, Sales Personnel and Student Clerks are
Although she is still under numerous, al from Bolden College. ,
a doctor's care as a result of Many of Bolden's alumni are musicians. Some art directorsof a

the mishap, Miss HendrIX has bands, music teachers andmembers of bands inthe Armed ... -.. ....
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been able to fulfill per- Forces.
sonal appearance engagements. Five local nursing homes cooperate with Bolden's College in Tbe First 'Class..1jSl.9sCiDD
providing on-the-Job experience for the hospital aid. They are
Mortician's Hotel all saints Catholic Home Dannavan' Nursing Home, Eartha
White'Nursing Home, the River Garden Hebrew Home for the
Hit By 10,000 Fire Aged and the Trowbrldge Nursing Home.
The school has an illustrious history In its ten years of.existence -
UNION PIER, Mlch.-(NPl- Bolden has graduated more than 1,000 adult students in ,
Chicago mortician: Robert H. such courses as Hospital Aid, Cashier, Sales Clerk, Kinder- a y, 'A'rq r '" M drt h f w'r > n
Miller was the victim of a garten Worker and Applied Music.
$10,000 fir which damaged his Well situated at 1916 20th Street,.Jacksonville,two doors West A F1,4
resort hotel, last week. of Fairfax St., Bolden believes in and emphasizes a wellplanned : : $
Youths were reported to have cumulative, sequence of "cultural and educational" ex- *
thrown a fire bomb onto the perience. .Bolden's object, thenis! to provide a center andbrlng t,1 : ;
roof of Miller's Garden Beach !together a competent faculty that will strive to help every other
Hotel, owned by the senior par- student enrolled toexplore and develop his or her capacities to
ner in Miller,Major,and Ockle- the limit in fields of music and vocational adult education. ,
berry Funeral Directors. The

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The 30-room hotel's roof burst PHILADELPHIA
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into flames the morning after less fortunate than themselves is being rendered by 121 out of
the fire bomb was repeatedly 313 parishes of the Philadelphia archdiocese. During a two
thrown. The roof was said month period than
more $77,000 in voluntary contributionsare
to have smothered through the made by the"have"parishes to support Inner city and rural
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Survey Finds Negro' Athletes Area .Servicemen T SKCC Official Befuddled The Congress Of Civil| Rights -==r

Under Utilized ,In TV AdsNEW MONTGOMERY, AUv-Cap-
lain Walter C. Baety! m, son
YORK--Kcjro athletes art being overlooked by makers of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses J. 4 Racial Equity _____ R0unr.Un| '
of the television commercials aired during sports events Baety! of 1227 W. 12th., Jack- _
and related programs, according to a survey r.leuecllllre sonvllle Fla., has been graduated -- r :
this_ week_bJ.the NAACP Legal Defense and_ Edueitinm_____ from the Air University's NEW YORK-He Congress of :
Fund, Inc. (LDFXTbe ) n Squadron Officer School at Maxwell Racial Equality recently an- FURTHER
LDF has asked the Federal by Lawrence Plotkln acting! AFB, Ala. noticed that it does not favor CHICAGCMNPI>- ecent riots have driven whites and Se-JJ
Communications Commission rector of the Social Dynamics Captain Beaety was one of the formation of a "Federal goes further apart, a survey of the two racial groups has;
to Investigate. Research Institute of the City '365 student who completed tilt 1 Riot Force," trained and paid shown. "It Is difficult to find any substantial issues In whlctt'
The LDF drew till tailoring University of New York-y 14-week professional officer by the federal government and there la agreement between the Negroand white communities1'said : ..
conclusions about the appearance Claude "Buddy" Young and Bill training Friday (August 4). He used to quell riots u pro- Richard Mckinley, co-director of tilt study,prepared bf
of Negroes in commercials White. was specially selected for the 4l posed by Detroit's Mayor 10 Chicago-area colleges and universities. As a result of recent
during sports programs Mr. Wb.1t.c first' baseman for coarse in recognition of his Cavanagh. riots, white resistance to integration and the civil rights7movement :
as a result of its survey the Philadelphia Phillies, said potential as a leader in the CORE feels that the formation has hardened during the last Tear, the survey re-
: that his appearances In television aerospace force. of such a fore is not germaneto ported. I
the rate of Negro appearances commercials during his The captain is being reassigned a working solution to urban ;4 I I
is 5 per cent; or, 1 commercial 11-year career has been almost to Bunker Kill AFB,lad. unrest. No amount of legislation AWARDED a I
in ZOo negligible. u a biomedical laboratory officer or the creation of any ATLANTA-(NPI) Tbe Rosa Park Freedom Award of tbe:
.* hall the appearances of Negroes Mr. Young, former star of the for Strategic Air Command "force" will be sufficient to Southern Christian Leadership Conference has been given
consisted of momentary football Yankees now assistantto America's long-range keep down racial upheaval. U Rep. loll Conyers, Jr., (D-Mlch.) Rep Coopers, one of the;
exposure as an "extra" the Commissioner of the National nuclear bomber and missile C At a time when social and more militant of the nation's six Negro congressmen, hast
scene Football League, expressed his force. economic revolution and transformation been active in promoting minimum wage legislation and ha
*.. ci the eight commercials League's concern for the exclusion A 1955 graudatue of New Stanton eminently,needed, defended the right of Adam Clayton Powell to be seated la
monitored which utilized Negroes of Negro athletes. Senior High School he attended white Americans have no one Congress. Rep. Conyers was a member of the Congressional
for personal endorsement "Negro football players shouldbe Morehouse College, At- te hold responsible for the violence panel that recommended that Powell be censured and fined,, bu{
only featured a Negro, allowed to take off their lanta. He received his BJS. and chaos presently existing not unseated.
Louis Armstrong helmets and show the public degree In 1963 from Arizona in this country but themselves -
beer companies used more how articulate they are," Mr. State University. He is a member ANXIOUS
Negroes than others Young said, adding that "83 of Kappa Alpha Psi. White America should not DETROIT banks, insurance and gasoline per cent of our Negro ball The captain was commissioned couple the Black Revolution with be repeated, have decided to let Negro militants join the
companies used no Negroes players srecollegegrsduates." upon completion of OfficerTraining self-serving rhetoric and its "power structure" In preventing further violence Among
Mr. Young also serves on the School at Lackland perennial propensity for self- Negro militants on the New Detroit committee which seeks
*there was not appreciable LDPs Board of Directors.Dr. AFB, Tex., In 1963. delusion and deception. The to rebuild the city, Is Alvin Harrison, awaiting trial on a
difference in the use of Negroes Plotkln indicated that the His wife, Gwendolyn, Is the NEW YORK-Ralph Featheritone left) an officer of the Black men of this country,con- charge of trying to Incite a riot last summer According
in commercials aired greater use of Negroes on beer daughter of Mr. and Mr. L.L. Student Noo-vUent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) puts his cclous and capable of, and with k Joseph Hudson, Jr., department store owner, who heads
nationally and locally. commercials both in rate and Hughes of 807 Johnson Ave., band to his head In a gesture of apparent disbelief as he sufficient fortitude for revolution the committee, the panel Is "In a mood to recognite
Gustav Heningurg assistantto role Importance "suggests that Norfolk, Va."Mayor. stands with civil rights attorney William M. Kunstler outside are extremely outward welcome" the nationalists
the president of the LDF, other products might profitably the U.s. Court House in Foley Square. Featherstone and and manifestly bitter with
stated that the way in which follow this example. Stokes Kunstler had Just heard a commissioner set ball of S25,000 anger due to the oppressedstate SUIT FILED
"Although It is self-evident of America The momentum BATON ROUGH NPI-Oesegregatlon of all Jails and
Negroes appear on television for SNCC Chairman H, Rap Brown who was arrested on a ,
has' become an important Issue that profit from Increased sales federal charge of transporting a rifle and ammunition across of its degree Is so rapid penitentiaries In the state is being sought in a suit filed in the
as the United States struggles is the reason for commercial Cleveland Plans Tc, state lines while under indictment. (UPI PHOTO) that no "force" short of an U.S. District Court. The suit, filed on behalf of Eddie Louts
to achieve new patterns of there are by-products of commercials _"Act of God" Is capable of Bell by his guardian, Major'Beil, charged that the younger'
relationship between the races. which must also be Run Again DURING illS WIFE'S threeweektay curtailing the end product, and Bell, serving a 40 month sentence in the East Baton Rough
Our major purpose in the survey considered. Citholic Church in a hospital, her husbtnd that is, urban unrest. Paris h Jail, was being held in segregated, and this Inferior
was to continue to obtain "Tbe Schaefer commercial," COLUMBUS Ohio- Representative hired I woman to take care ol' White America should bring penal facilities. The rights of all segregated Negro prisoners'are
factual informationabout he said, "for instance, which Carl B. Stokes, who their family. They bit to an end Its Illusions that being infringed upon, the suit asserted
an important were a
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aspect of television shows a Negro and a white man almost made it for Mayor of Confab Hits apreheniive about it, especially it Is doing its best and that "HUMANIZE"NEW
which heretofore had playing handball, throwing their Cleveland two years ago, will before mealtime. Much to theirturpriae the Blacks are, through Ingratitude YORK-NPI>ollce Commissioner Howard R. Leery
not been
arms around each other, and, have to really fight this time. KANSAS CITY, MO.-The National familiar burning down the has urged that ways be found to "humanise" the police de
namely systematically the gathered; finally drinking together The Washington Post lists him Catholic Conference for and favorite every evening meal a I nation partment. "The police building should become a place where
frequency and duration appearedon
is as the "underdog" in the corning Interracial Justice defended for advice and said '
of Negro socially a commercial for the table. ...... ******, you go counsel Leary.
appearance on the human possibilities of integration race. black Power here recently.The --
television
commercials.Only as well as one for Stokes lost In 1965 by 2,144 hugh meeting blamed the church
televised sports events beer." votes. However, the opinion for failure to recognize the
and related programs (interviews Since the right to broadcastis seems to be that Locker, now crisis that exits. Six hundred
pre-game programs, granted by the FCC u agent in office, may come out winner. nuns and priests regretted the "YOUR DOLLAR
game highlights, etc J were selected for the American people, the The third candidate, Celester, change in urban society.
for monitoring.More LDF asserted that profit alone former suburban mayor, may The delegates said the church U ,BUYS MORE
important, however,was cannot be used as the criterionfor narrow the margin between must be a part of socelty. The
our feeling that sports audiences what appears on television. Stokes and Locber. work of the church must be 1
might be more receptive In its complaint to the FCC..the Color lines are strongly drawn work of the church must be done AT YOUR BANNER
to commercials featuring LDF, through its Director- in Cleveland. But, Stokes, obJects through the people. This con
Negroes because of the Importance Counsel Jack Greenberg,called to color as a barrier. ference, Including 40 Roman FOOD
Negroes professional for a n investigation of the "Pm not soley interested in Catholic human relations setups QUANTITY SPECIALS GOOD STORE"THROUGH
sports. "possibility of racial bias in being a Negro mayor of Cleveland many in the South is supported RIGHTS RESERVED SATURDAY -
Mr. Heningburg was. joined In the production and broadcast -I'm Interested in being by outside funds. It is
releasing the survey-complied .of television enmmirplalH _. a progressive mayor" supposed to represent a l 1n&r.
According to recent news releases rlty of Catholics. NIGER'S
Stokes must get supporters The Right Reverned Dearborn
from a loosely-knit of Detroit,called to the widening
Pre Inventory ganisation. Locher has strong of relations b e tw een the Catholic COFFEE SAVE
rapport Stokes is 40 years old, Church and the Negro. Not. 33C
'' dynamic and progressive His more than a dozen roeswere 48'C
die goes' back to days on welfare ,at the conference. t 1 IB. CAR ,

CLEARANCE Stokes and, "I don't poverty.scare But easily, says; LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH $$5.00 OR MORE fOO.D"O.DU' ,

But, says this leader, "may. Stoklei Visits
be this Carl Stokes won't win, AMERICA'S FAVORITE SHOnUINGCRISCO
but some day a Carl Stokes North Vietnam
will win-and someday all those
who are working against me Stokely Carmichael fiery
now simply because Pm a Negro Black Power advocate was
WALLPAPER are going to understandthat scheduled! earlier this week LIMIT ONE PLEASE$ WITH 3CILl' 69
," to reach North Vietnam. Carmichael $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
-- was In Havana as an
observer for the Latin American
Solidarity Conference. DEL MONTE SALE SWIFT PREMIUMCHUCK
Rap
** **** Brown, SNCC national chairman
said Carmichael had per. $
l ARMY mission of the North Vietnamese TOMATOES STEAK

government, Hanoi 3 2 20
f1j RESERVE capital, to "see for himselfthe CATSUP oz,
savage agression being carried
*** *** out by the United States 1 59c
against that country." STEWED L1.

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I mss I ::: .a WJJIIJI: : JUt :UI_ TALLAHASSEE, FU.-Mar- the time this drivel hits the streets, I will have hosted
the first "Luncheon with Lee" radio show over station WBEE
cus H. Boulware, Ph.D., pro- In the Windy City.

9aa IN/tialDV'' fessor of speech pathology at I ; The show format Is a gas because we have no script. There
Florida AiM since
University ) are guests and there Is music on the broadcast which comes
fall 1960 will employ- I
begin live from the Lake Meadows restaurant at lunchtlme.
ment at Tennessee State All
t With a strict recipe of light, airy conversation and entertainers -
KRESS University next mouth as chair + R
I IJ -both large and small-and music they have recorded,
man of the Division of Speech Interest has been
and the story behind the recording much
Pathology and Audiology, and created between the artists and their fans.
director of the and Hear
: Speech There has always existed a void between Negro recording
ing Clinic. artists and their supporters. Primarily, I feel, this has been
Tennessee State Ail University
: ht because of a complete lack of communication. You can hear
'a'pe completed In June a four-
( your favorite entertainer on the radio everyday, but you never
brick which will
story building seem to find out any background information about this artist.
be occupied beginning next Well, In Chicago at least, this problem has been solved by
month. The fourth floor of this
; progressive-minded John Wilson, manager of WBEE.
; Value..s air-conditioned building contains Five days a week, one hour each day, we talk with the big
facilities for the
speech T and smalL and find that they are generally no different than
Improvement curriculum, n you and .. They have hangups, they have pet peeves, they
reading Diagnostics unit, kit have hobbies and favorite forms of recreation and we find

c speech laboratory research, ( IPs great fun to talk about their private (so to speak) lives
two speech listening (English
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Walter Jackson, The Marvelettes, Sonya Davis, Stan Gets
laboratories with 20 earphonesand
't and many, many more either have been on the show or are
booths each; and examining -
scheduled to make an appearance.
rooms therapy rooms audiometric ,
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JA Nary Dale, successful public relations consultant In
Be Happy At Home/ rooms, and a two-
Chicago and talent coordinator for the show, has already
11F room(sound-proothearing-aid)
made contact with top-named>> entertainers who are scheduledto
fitting setup offices, Intercom appear In the Windy City and tentative dates have been
telephone system, speech library
CordanaDusters
set for their appearance on the radio show.
and storage rooms. HONOR GRADUATES-Graduating with honors during commencement exercises held recently Broadcasting live Is another good feature of the show. This
4 Elevator service Is providedfor at Florida A&M University were: standing left to right, Spurgeon Hawthrone, Marl- allows restaurant guests to submit questions they would like
students, patrons, and crip- anna; Elzora .Brewton, St. Petersburg; Barbara Landers, Tallahassee; Beatrice Lockett, to have answered and get Immediate results.

pled children. Tallahassee Mary Hawthrone, Marlanna. Sitting left to right: Martha Scott, St. Peters-
The Division of Speech Pathology burg; Juanita W. Kelly, Miami and Jamye Witherspoon, Mobile, Ala. I
and Audiology according to ,
Dr. Boulware, will make this Newly Wed lack To School SpecialsGirls'
Trrlnrm fall an application for a federal -
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II4Q \ the fall of 1968.
POLL size 14
f'Q ATLANTA-NPI-The National Association of Radio Announcers -
nlfr cited singer Harry Belafonte and Ella Fitzgerald as

the man and woman of the year at Its recent award banquet at
PLEASEBE 1 which television's "I Spy" co-star Bill Cosby served as masterof Shoes all sizes 3 For $5.
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Terrific buy! x'4 ar ceremonies. Other honorees Included Cosby himself singers

Favorite year-round] Aretha Franklin and Jim Brown and the Temptations and the Everything For Children

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rounded collar, ; recently to convey best recording star Margie Hendrix Your Pocketbooks

bertha collar,or no wishes upon Mrs. Jerry Pratt, proved recently that she lives by the adage, that "the
Only you 1829 N.W. 49th St., at a reception show.must go on." Sustaining neck Injuries while driving to
collar. Choose( '; a In her home cut short her ., '
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SEPTEMBER 2, 1967 STIR PAPERS PAGE tEartha '

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White Community Center Activities Gardner Appointed T o Failure To Pay Debt ."
Troubled Area Blocked Rights Leader

By, Julius Gulnyard, Director D.C.. Bench By Johnsol n Results In ShootingFORT

Julius Gulnyard, director and coach of the Ashley Street WASHINGTON, D.C. JPresi- 'WORTH,TEXAS-{NPI>- Says Atlanta
Athletic Club of the Eartha White Community Center, said dent Lyndon B. Johnson announced The editor of the Bronze Shopping -
a special meeting will be held at the center Saturday afternoon -
last week the nomination of News, Freedle Wilson,last
at 4 p.m. William C. Gardner, eminent week was the victim of an irate Cop Beat Win
The Community Center is located a 743 West Ashley Street. Washington lawyer, as asscol- assailant who claimed that the t
The purpose of the meeting Is to organize a athletic club ate Judge of the D. C. Court of |newsman had refused to pay his Civil Rights Leader Hosea
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affiliated with the Florida Amateur Athletic Union (AAU/). General Sessions. granddaughter nearly S50 14backpay. Williams,. testified In Atlanta
We're Intrested In boys and girls from eleven to seveteen The appointment marks the 8th this week that Polcenun R. D, .
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years old with some athletic interest. Older persons will be Negro lawyer appointed by the Wilson, shot five time, isis Marshall beat him when he tried
included in the program also. President to a judgeship in the John Peter Hospital, to assist two women wbo; bad'
We want to form competitive teams In the following sports, District of Columbia President critical condition assailant been arrested by Marshal
boxing, wrestling swimming, tennis, track, basketball, ping- Johnson also reappointedtwoo- whose name was not revealed, He accused the lawman of .
pong, weight-lifting and other minor sports. ther Negroes serving in the has been Jailed. gleaming him against an am-
All activities will be coached by trained personnel Court of General Sessions. A native of Tampa, Fla., who balance. Williams claimed that
Tie youngest member to register with the Asnely Street William Courtlelga Gardner, came to Fort Worth a year ago Marshall took him into a deitentlon
Athletic Club Is Regina T. Guinyard, eleven years old. 49, is a graduate of Howard university be was fornerly editor ofthe local room and beat and kicked
Regina, registered with the Florida AAU this year Inand and the Harvard Law La Vida newspaper, and had him. "He stomped my head
competed In the Florida Junior Olympic Swim meet School A native of Springfield, r once worked in Oklahoma City. on the floor tie was kicking me.
Petersburg July 28, 29, and 30, and the Junior Olympic Ohio he first worked In Washington J, ( 1L Last July he, and Leon Lewis in the stomach he went;
Swim meet at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station August 11 "
a a messenger and a clerk launched the Sbopplngnewsand berserk, said Williams.
12, and 13. with Reconstruction Finance Wilson has been carrying on a- Marshall's attorney, Norvell,
We rant more boys and girls prepared to participate in Corporation Following his graduation ''lone since Lewis bowed out said Williams made a threat to
other AAU Sports. from Harvard,he Joinedthe from the active newspaper field get rid of the police officer.
We don't have faculties for all of the sports at the center, firm of Houston and Waddy earlier in the year.A Another witness said Williams
but we plan to use other city faculties to train our athletes. and distinguished himself all dapper and dynamic news was sitting on the floor in the
Persons Interested In volunteering their service as coaches phases of legal practice. paperman, Wilson had been a Jail room, looting like a child.
should be present at the meeting.The A Democrat and active in civic HOUSTON Houston police blocked off *-1-nne-8cauu,area sroc dthis"i-YtCtltatloD-- thorn in the side of dormant Negro Another witness said she
center was dedicated by Mayor Hans Tanxler, Miss work, Gardner serves on the I after a Negro was shot and wounded by the station's attendant. The shooting sparked off leaders u weU as a prog- thought the Civil Rights worker
Eartha M. White, and city recreation department officials, board of directors of the Neigh- racial disturbances which included burning a car in the service station driveway, smashIng nosticator for better recognition was "intoxicated."
August 14. borhood Legal Services Project, windows, rock throwing and sporadic gunfire and firebombing on Houston Castslde.UPITELEPHOTO. of local business for the potentiality Williams' lawyer, Senator Lei
The center is operated by the Jacksonville Recreation department the Special Police Trial Board of the Negro market roy Johnson, is trying to prove
Nathan 1.. Mollison, superintendent; staff mem- and the D. C. Hacking Appeals He has drawm the ire of Individuals that Marshall is prejudice. A
bers are: Johnny C. Hamilton, a senior at Florida MM Uni- in the local business and Negro epileptic patient Carolyn'
of the
Is member
versity, Miss Marva Riley, a senior at Edward Waters Col- Board. He a Negroes File For Your Good Health political structure. Shields testified Marshall
lege and Hugh Brown, Willie J. Settler, Sinclair Johnson, and American Trial Lawyers Association When news of the shooting first' pushed her around and said

Johnny Thomas aU of the CJEO Program ;. and g Districted American reached the local horizon many "I can't stand you........." Ben
Included in the program is a children's story hour, children's Bar Associations. Elective Office B'(SAMUEL 1.. ANDELMAN. MD., M.P.H thought that be was victim of political Clark, another Civil Rights
physical fitness program, ping-pong, checkers,'card games, Other distinguished Negro Motorcycle accidents, relatively rare until about five years pressure. But police investigation worker, says Marshall beat
dominos, billiards, television programs, reading and dancing. lawyers appointed by President NEW ORLEANSNPlA ago are increasing at :M alarming rat: ). This Increase coincides let to the arrest of him The case was reviewed
All activities are supervised. Johnson to serve in the Districtof total of 11 prominent Negroesin vith the introduction into this country oIlO'of-pdced his real assailant 23.
Amateur boxing practice is conducted at the center on Columbia 1 n c 1 u d e: Judges New Orleans have filed for light weight foreign motorcycles.They While he is recuperating underan August
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30 Spottswood Robinson, William election to office in the November now accounts fir over 1,5000 deaths every year, most- alert of condition critical his
p.m. Professional boxing practice is held on Tuesday, Thursday Benson Bryant,Aubrey Ro- primaries. Six tiled for ly among thrill-seeking teenagers. In add.ion to this, thou beautiful wife, the former Ola 3 Vie For Texas j
and Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. A total of 48 persons binson, Josephy Waddy, Harry posts on the Democratic State sand of youngsters an involved in motorcycle accMaals that Richardson of Marshall is taking -
have registered for boxing. Alexander, Richard Atkinsonand Central Committee and five leave InJi; ripple: for Ufa. over his duties at the BSN Southern Presidency
The, pubUc Is invited to all activities John FaunUe oy.Mrs Mar- for the House of Repre- These accident are worso caw those Involving automobiles office .
June Lawson, who was appointed sentatives. One of the latter, be use the motorcyclist has uj seat belt to minimize his HOUSTON, Texas-
Core Supported to the Juvenile Court,resigned Bennett Ross, filed for both injuries If he strikes on obstruction, he may be thrown with Negro Runs For Dr. GranvUle Sawyer Isis th
last year. President Johnson House and Senate. great force from hi n,dele and man: then than not, land on the front runner for th
t a' ti".N"fir"rI re-appointed Judges Andrew Filing for the state central ills head '. Memphis Mayor presidency of Texas Souther
N The Queens 17 Howard and Austin Fickling to committee were J. W. Strough- I ;fonalQwli has passed: his automobile\ drUlij last often University In a field of tfcre
..e : the Court of General Sessions. ter, real eastate dealer;Harold fills to realize Uat then is a great difference between JrU- MEMPHIS, TE N.Negi1eg" -, candidates. A prominent professor
NEW Y03K-The Congress of real estate salesman !ing and !nab mobile and a two-rueeled vehicle. The Utter re- islater, Willis asked aU to vote at TSU formerly of Jarvis -
Bethune
._ @J. Racial Equality recently reaf- Texan Offers Atty. Niles, Douglas; the Rev; qiit-es careful instruction, time and pratlce to meet the requirements vote for him and to look ahead. College, in Hawkins,Texas,
N frlmed its strong support of Louis Landrum Baptist mini of sifjty"ince : Five other candidates are and Dr. Thompson,Dillard University '
BRAND NEW the 17 Black men and women. ster Carlton H. Pecto insur- ; most, d Uers do :not have time not the faclltles t) give white among then Mayor I New Orleans are the
: who appeared for a hearing Plan For ance; executive and J. Herbert this tynr; instruction, your son, In most cases, must barn gram. Memphis has 152,562 registered other two contenders.Dr. .
1967 VVV August 9th at the Queens Banks, sales consultant. 'by trial and error. This is not the safest way to learn driving white voters and 78,655 is Sawyer is executive assistant
County Criminal Court, on safely.A registered Negro voters. It to the president of
for the state house of
Filing
SEDAN'I69850 ; charges of conspiracy to murder Racial Unrest representatives were Atty. E. two-wheeled voUi.:le is much more unstable than an ajbmoblli said a heavy block vote could Tennessee AL!. The selected
moderate Negro Civil Mortal Bennett Ross hotel is the astronaut, M&ott Carpenter.lsara: to his nortjtf. put Willis in the lead on October .one will replace former pre"
; Rights leaders. FORT WU< -(NPi-FolIf N. and, real estate dealer, This applies doubly to carrying a passenger on the motor 5th. the primary. The two high, sldent Nabrit who resigned tc(
operator
that the guidelines for effective Inter- ; A of those injured In motorcycle accidents men will run !in November, if
Declaring case was the Rev. A.L. Davis, Baptist cycl3. ljurfj ;percent accept a high government post-l
DELIVERED IN |lAX relation were advancedlast neither gets a majority in Oct-
N "a deliberate frame-up, Associate group minister Atty. Lawrence A. are pastt.igers.Appeals tin in Washington D.C.
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National Director weak by Community Coun-
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Wheeler and Ellis F.Hull -
N president CourtPowerless
cil Director TusseU Rlne as .:
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fl'A .. Lincoln Lynch charged that Second Ward Voters f
"01 more than 400 rifle clubs precentlve measures for racial -
in New York State, the Jamaica disorders which have pla- League.The election wUl be held In
Does
Catlin- : Pistol and Rifle Association gued the nation Nov. 4. Powell Coca-Cola
Judging I
-a black rifle club was The guidelines proposed were
: Griffin singled out," "The Queens part of an overall loo';,at the **** Die United States Court of Appeals -
: 17," Lynch said, "have already riots J around the nation and cannot question the House have the taste

: Yoks'//ag6ri! 'i" .beep{I. tried and convicted in the.Jlewspaper ; specifically as they, wouldapplyto Actor Poitier SaYJ of Representatives about Rep
'ea and a fair trial Is]'I state Senator Doa Xennard, Adam Clayton Powell, according .
a INC. absolutely impossible." and Legislator1 Don Gladden.' to lawyers of House Speaker -
1250 EAST 8th ST. Representatives of CORE Nothing that Negroes and many Negroes Work Hard John McCormick They told you never get tired of?
N 354-909) ra Chapters throughout the Metropolitan other races becomo disgusted the higher court to confirm orders '
a" area will attend the when they are living lathe midst Ninety-nine percent of tie Negro of a lower court.
a u a N N N hearing in support of the Queens 'of this land of plenty and are population works hard and The Appeals Jurors had 17. not sharing in it, Rlne pointed Is never Involved In riots, a request of Powell for
out that Negro unemployment famous actor Sidney Poitier .a three-Judge panel to order the
SISTER BESSIE was in the deaths. of the de- told the SCLC here recently House to reseat him as New Is it always refreshing?
pression. He said that riots have York's 18th Congressional District
FREE CANDLE WITH EVERY TEADING! "RiC 1a 1 unrest has been touched every corner and area representative The House
caused because promise after of America.
voted earlier In the year to exclude -
She will read your entire life-past,present and < promis that the total community Poitier laid reporters and the PoweU for misappropriation
future. She asks no questions byt will tell you has mado has lallen short of news media s of public funds and making Do !
what you want to know, giving date and Jacts of fulfillment.He on things that are construc false reports on expenses.The things go better
business, love, health and family affairs.. Will] suggested thatInterreligious : tive. He supports the organization lawmakers representing
help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will f understanding headed by Dr. Martin Powell said the House has no
marry and when. If the one you love is true, what flourises when people of different Luther King and frequently con such authority. Only age, citi- with Coke I
to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, religions are working tributes However, he said he zenship and residence are required -
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause for a common calse. has been forced to reexaminehis they said. McCormackhas IMM MMM 9
happiness between man and wife. Make up I Positive, constructive leader relationship with SNCC, dlsgreed. McCormack's
lover's quarrels. Tells,if sickness or bad luck is hllMtlB ,mt ship by elected officials help familiarly known as Snick, lawyers say the brief excluding after Coke after Coke? ,

natural enemines, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell, help to maintain community another organisation "because PoweU should not even be dis ,.......... ..........
to please you, but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you for harmony. of their emphasis on violence., cussed._ _
disappointments in all others. I not only read your life like an An official huraaa relations
open book, but 1 also help you out of your TROUBLES. Come commission and program of
and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems to g o police and community relationsare Ask schoolteacher/ Shirley/ Hasley/ ,Let her tell you
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GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.I Establishment of lines of Communication t
make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER and an attitude of __
BESSIE is located north of Callahan on U.s. II, 1/2 mile from open-mindnessyr on the !power
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TALLACASSEE-Jbe ruling of the NCAA states: An athlete Cleveland Browns and most people Wok of canals Pitching To RecoverSAN

must complete his athletic eligibility within five years of the or hats. FRANCECO-Four conse-
year .. to Lenni.IfaD .CLEVELAND, ONIO-Ben Davis Mention Panama In Oklahoma cutive seasons, Juan Uarlchal
*ee.Ithesta.rrcollege.. from nab school Shouldn't have never had a chance to play City, and the Immediate response has won 20 or more games for

happened to anyone. football in high school but, he's Is line drives. the Giants, and now after postIng -
for SPJC and he played I
magnificent
making a go at sticking with That's because of the Two 14-10 marked has calledit
An outstanding base ball and. basketball averglng 25 the Clevelands Browns this 67 Panmaians who have made Oklahoma a
basketball Lennle from the Junior zaL: quits for this season becauseof
player, points a game, making grid season. Cit)Pacific Coast League inJurieS.The .
a family hard-pressed for finances College All-American team The Browns will attempt to baseball fans wonder what )
entered Virginia Union and climaxing the whole thing $100,000 right-hander
break a three-game eihlblttlon
they feed those lads down there
an aU-NegroCollege.Soon by accepting Florida State Invitation streak //(4Lt4 led a hamstring muscle in his
losing against the Falcons -
The first was Dave Roberts,
his father had a stroke and hall to become the first Negro in Atlanta Stadium Friday s right leg In a game In New York
who led the Pacific Coast League
was compelled to drop out of athlete to attend a major night August 4.
In homers In 1965 and led
school and work to aid In the, institution in Florida on grant Browns' fans unaccustomed to l His last time out aganlst the
the 89ers to the Pacific League -
At .lew-lun rur 30 Atlanta Braves in CandlestickPark
losing three exhibition games pennant.The .
was his first since then.
In a row feel the recordis
may second Is Ivan
Murrell
y H e lasted 4 2/3 innings, and
PI what makes the team
unique who is leading the PCL in hitting he took himself out of the game.
this year, but it's not that. and is leading the 89ers In- You cannot try something that
5 r I The unusual thing is that every their baffle with San Diego for Is impossible, Marlchal said..
rookie the Browns drafted and
the Easter Division Championship -
And I think it Is tmposjlnle
signed last winter Is still on .
the roster at this late date.And me to pitch.I .
Through games of August 11, was trying too quclk.
this was the year of the long Ivan
.1 known as the "The Terrible" The Giant's management didn't
shot and the stab mine dark due
or "The Bull was bit-
his words a final. Vice
accept
to. the combine draft ing .310 with 11 homers and President Chub Feeney toll Ma
Apparently Blanton Collier
4a 67 RPIs in 100
his advisors knew what they games rlchal to think it over and they
The 2yearold, 6-2 200 would talk about it later.In .
were doing. They drafted 17
pound center fielder Is finally
the 4-2/3 Innings aganlst
signed only 15 when Clemson
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tackle living up to the expectation the Braves he yield base hits and
Floyd Rogers and defen-
for him ehen he signed with the
sive back Dennis Williamson of Issued four walks. He thew seven
Houston Astros in 1963.
consecutive pitches off tar
Wisconsin State decided not to
"He really hasn't surprise me
play professional football. said get Even so, he was responsible
Manger Mel McGaha
I Often the I for two of the scored a-
good rookies
way i looking atthe record book which
,
t him.
come Into the NFL is amaz ganlst
-- shows Murrell's best
previousyear
In both the first and third
Davis Is
ing. a little better than
Orlando Cepede Scolds and Umpire Stan Landes Listens. was a .253 showing Durham -
typical of the unknown who make innings he pitched out of a snout -
(Carolina) In 1966. based loaded situation.Then
good.

Says Ben Nate is from Wallack Birmingham, Cleveland's Ala,. Pennant FeverIn Cepada Fumes Following Two field"He and hits,is plays a fine a good baseman.center in Francona the fifth caromed with two men a ball onTito, off

That's all "
you can ask.
llarlchal'i Injured rkbt let
pesonal was a publucuty small boy man., the"whenhe Society Boston Town Day Suspension By NL Proxy -T!, Henry :Aaron shingled,-batting

of Friends sent him to high- in another runner.

-..-.-.-- school Falrlawn N J. BOSTON The fans In Boston ST LOUIS, MO.-''This is the worse thing that has happended t Marlchal tossed the ball aside
---l" -1 hie,! Hell has the pennant fever, but for tome in baseball, moaned Orlando Cepeda after the Car- and walked off the mound.

support. his family. Enough In aid. sure, This hs stemmed from dinal slugger was suspended because of an obscene phrase he ti I "The leg hurt before I pitched
of that done, his mother expressed Florida State bad made no mis the recent play of the Red Sox allegedly used in an argument with umpire Stan Landes. Marlchal said later. Now if s

the desire for him to take. Lennle was indeed major play in the tight American Lea- Cepeda was suspended for two- The magic, tabooed phrase i j .. worse.
attended an Integrated school, college caliber. When the Seminoles vue racr for the pennant for 67'. days, in addition to having been allegedly came In the subsequent -
preferably in the south. opened their 1966-67 From the pulpit in the Massa- booted out of the August 8 game word battle i F

Thus, Lennie Hall found his season last fall, Hall was a chusetts Senate to the governors with the Dodgers at Bush Memorial "If Pm suspended, them Lanj j GI.lts' McCovey
way to St. Petersburg Junior starter, Valdosta State was the bathtub, there is excite Stadium. The league leaders des ought to be sent to the minors -
College. But there wasn't time opposition.After ment. minus the guy who was Cepeda said. j f
for athletics. He once again at- three seconds of play The Rt. Rev. Christopher P, batting .335 and was in frontof What irked Orlando was the .
tneded school and worked. Hall had a field goal and Florida Griffin, Senate chaplln, opened the major league RBI race fact that convicted players don't j 1 Blasts Writers
Athletically time was runningout State had a 2-0 lead. When the last Wednesdya's session by 86, dropped tow of those three get their day in court. "Why
on him. Lennle had attended first minute of the game had pointing out the trobules in government games. didn't the National League call Ii ( SANFUKiaOWlllleMcCovey <: -

Virginia Union, worked a year melted away, Lennle had four The and concluded Use of the tabooed phrase me to hear my side ofthe story? '' the Giants' first basemaa
and now was attending junior points, Next 6-lSemlnolesHaJl Red Sox alone bring us a calls for automatic suspensionThat Cepeda asked.. "It's a oneI I i has accused sports writers of
of
college In St. Peterburg, that had two field goals and had feda ray Cov. light joy. warning was Included In way street. ; using him for a whipping boy
added up to three of his eligible teammate another. John A. Volpesaldhewas a bulletin posted in the clubhouse Cepeda charged that Landes ;f when the clubs slumps.
years. With the clock showing 15.51. night so excited by a recent Red Sox for some time. was looking for trouble"because 4 3| "There are two local writers

.The fourth, he spent playing CONTINUED: ON PAGE if bath he game that. while taktnir tranls-a Cepeda, who was also fined the batter before him, Curt I'm not mentioning names, who
BEN DAVIS put a portable $100, was furious. He deniedhe Hood, had been objecting to have been on me ever since I
tor
EVANS "It Is a small school and didn't radio the tub.In the soap dish beside ever used the barred phrase Sutton taking signs from the Joined this team In 1959 said
have although he sai4 be called Lan- catcher without standing on the H pants
)1."S. a football team, "Nate ex- That's the first time I ever McCovey, Just before the
dies many names after he had rubber.
pains "So Ben played trumpet did that he left on their recent easternSwIng. -
3rd & MAIN In the band. He is a real smart said. been tossed' out of the game. Warren Giles, National League Ivan Murrell'' .
bot, and furnished Fairlawn at New Orleans Saints The suspension was for "pro- president, said of the magic Murrell himself has not been

!(;L 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:30: P.M. EL 4-8382 16, too young to go to college." and obsecene remarks." phrase, "If been a longstanding taken back by his sucess In
That's when the society of I There was no reason for Lan policy that this part- Class A.A.A. competition .
66 BUICK RIVIERA .. .. .... .. ..,.. ..$3695 Friends stepped Into Ben Davis Marches To 2nd Win des to throw me out of the gameno cular phrase calls for suspen "I made up my mind last winter
LOADED AND LIKE NEW. life again. This time, they sent BATON ROUGH, LA-NK) -. reason at all, The Baby slam No decent, respectable when I was playing ball in

66 CONTINENTAL ........ .... .. .... .... .$4195 him to Bridgeton Academy in When the New Orleans Saints Bu;; said. man has to put up with it. Panama, that I was golne to bear
ONE OWNER LOADED.. Brldgeton, Maine.Brldgeton marched Into Louisiana State However, two other umpires Giles confirmed that the down and have a couple of good a
66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEYILLE, 11,000 MILES $4595$ didn't have a band but but it did University's stadium to takeon in the 'crew on duty, Al Bar- phrse is the only one that brings years no matter where played..
Aid CONDITIONEr LOADED WITH EQUIPMENT have a foot ball team. the Pitt burg steelers, two lick and Angle Dontatelli.sald an automatic suspension, but In all fair mess to Ivan,it must 1

65 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE .. .. .. .. ...$$3695 Ben went out for football; h.wasn't framer Southern University they heard Cepeda use the added that other language mightbe be pointed out that Injuries have 1 ,'
that
phrase led
Aid CONDITIONFD ONI OWNER any great shakes and players and an en-coach were to the penalty. offensive enough to result severley limited his opportunity
dldra't get any college offers. inthe number. in a suspension to show what he can do..
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And the trio "Certainly I heard him In fact there hasn't been .
The Society sent him 00 to De- --Tackle Jim Battle say a year
61 CAMARO, RADIO AND HEATER #0. .. ......$$2295 flanance College,a small school End Rhome Nixon and alva it, Barlick said. Japan Wins LL bathe last five seasons ehen /
30 miles south of Toledo and Tabor, formerly of the Jaquar Dodger catcher JohnRoseborosaid baseball conncected accidents
67 CHEY. CAPRICE AIR CONDITIONED ... ....$3195 there Ben Davis did become a coaching staff figured In the history Orlando called Landes dido" threaten to slow down,

61 PONTIAC CATALINA COUPE HOP .,... ..,$3295 star, running the football at a made by the New Orleans "everything but Stan Landes." World Title 4.1 or completely end, his diamond ---- -
6.3 yard team which became the first Cepeda's run-in wioh Landes career.
pet
average carry.
67 CHEVROLET 4DR. BISCAYNE .. .., .. .. .$$2195 But no pro coaches came knock- expansion team In NFL history stemmed from a strike call on WILUAMSPORT, PA.-forthe Ivan, naturally enough, is hopIng WILLIE M COVEY
67 MUSTANG AUTOMATIC RADIO & HEATER $2395 Ing on his door. to win two exhibition games Orkniln. the- eornnrt ifrlko- first time In the 21 year historyof for a shot with the parent "They place so much emphasis
However, bis coach sent ,with the big 20-17 victory\ over "1 asked Landes If Iat swung the Little League World Series Astros next year, but says he on my fielding errors that the

61 1 CHEY. IMP VB ...........,. ....,....,.$$2695 Cleveland coach Blanto Collier the Steelers. It or if It was a strike, and Japan took home the title won't lost heart if it's decided crowds come out to see me boo
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66 BUICK 225 ELECTRA COUPE............$3295 for a kickoff return man to captain and star tackle, was anything from you "Cepeda Roscland of Chicago 4-L minor leagues boy. I'm tired ot it.
AIR CONDITIONED AND LIKE NEW. replace Walter Roberts took a drafted by the Cleveland Browns related, "Then I yelled toDon) Masahlro Miyhara, a 104 pound The San Jose, Cosat Rica,resident The $50,000 year slugger continued -
66 VOLKSWAGEN $$1495 flyer and drafted Dacls 17th after his four seasons as a Sutton, "Throw the ball." right hander who pitched a one made up his mind In 1963 : .
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RADIO ONlY 12.000 MI. Clevelands: last pick In the draft collegian at Southern University. game a was him He some -
66 FORD GALAXIE 500 HARDTOP $2395$ while made Ben Davis tie 439th The big Shreveport native general manager\ said "We the series, wonhis second game was selected to play on Pana whan I Joined the club
AIR CONDITIONED. ALMOST NEW. .. ... ... .. college senior picked in last played a season for the Browns, made a verbal protest to the allowing three bits an an unearned ma's soccer team in the Pan- in 59. Cepeda was the loca
year's combined draft. then was picked In the expan National League Office. We run. American Games that year, but hero, of course. He had been
66& MERCURY S55 COUPE .. .. .. .. .. ..,.$$2695 making the Browns sion draft by the fled eSa1nts thought it was to severe a Pen- He retured the first 13 Chicago signed with the Houston orginl- named Rookie of the Year la
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But on the Orleans. RichardO'Leary nation Instead He believes he beaten Willie MaysIn
66 VALIANT 200 .. ,.. ........ .. ., .. .. .. ..$1795 I other hand It looks like he will Nixon was drafted after 'lie Cepeda! Insisted that he pro- singled to center in the fifth made the right decision. a popularity contest. Thea
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Bears and mid-way through the to the plate after talk scored Its first run in the third and Orlando was pulled off first
II current exhibition season, was ing to Landes off Chicago's Bob Strattawho base. Some writers resented
traded to the Saints. "Cepeda used profanity and nobody pitched the elghtth no-hit,no ran this and still do, I think
Tabor was a charter-mem. can call me what he call me game in Series' history here Because of a pulled rib muscle
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Sounds Off At Bat In Center Field Now Vet In The Dodgers' System

ATLANTA, GA, -Jn a surprisemove
,HOUSTON, TEX-Jim Wynn Is Braves' Manager Billy ALB UERQVE, N.M/-Willle: Crawford, the $100,000 bonus
Houston's Toy Cannon. No other Hltchock announced that Henry pick who was sought major league teams, is gratful that
168 pounder has em swunf> Aaron Is now a center fielder Manager Duke Snider,the all-time Dodger power master has

the bat with such power, permanently. taken him under'Tils wing. _. L__ '
This Is an all-Inclusive statement Aaron, of course, was the D on Wilkinson of waipao'ITU*
of course, but If then are Braves' regular right fielder Willie could be headed for his year, with about a month to go.
,any doubt, Just go down the list Rico Carty from Jell field to finest! season ever and for a "Crawford "has whiffed only 89,
of baseball home run hitters. right field.Hhtcbcok. chance to live up to the superstar times
Wynn's weight st a,..tuoo- said he contemplatedthe clas.that wu predlcled lor Willie did lead the loop In trl--
stant 166 to 169 pounds, and he switches for a couple of him when Kenny Myers and Tom pies during 1966 and 14. He had<
looks even smaller.But weeks and finally made themto LaSorda outbid the New York only six this par, but smacked '-
the 25 year old Clncinna- strengthen our defense.He Yankees Cincinnati Reds and 17 doubles and 14 home runs,'
Man doesn't Just hit home runs Kansas t City A's for his talents. fives of them over 425 mark lord
he hits them out of sight. He said, "This is no experi Willie C was among the last d center field at Albuquerque
easily has been the king d the ment. Any move this time of the free agent signed by the Crawford figures the power wll>a
tap measure men this year. season Is strictly to help the Dodgers before the freeagentdraft. ..take. care oUtsell in his new apWilli -
He hit mighty blast over the ball club. He came with the 1964 -
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Scoreboard In his home town at The such d personnel, of group that Included Mike Keklch. -
Cincinnati. The next day, be hit course, was contingent on Aaron 4p Tommy Dean, John Pur-
'one even longer a ball that moving from right to centerfield din and Bruce Loot

finally came to rest Just shortof : Willie Is a leadoff batter now
a freeway 100 yards behind "That was the Key, said and he's waiting for his pitch
the stadium. It would have made Hitchcock, but when I talked Crawford has spent part of his
the freeway except that It spent to Hank about It, he was perfectly last three seasos with the parent -
Itself going up an embankmentthe willing. Los Angles Dodgers
last 40 or 50 feet Said Aaron: "Pll try It; Ill but is only his second fullseason
Wynn drove the ball against the do my best.Hitchcock. as a regular.He .
Scoreboard In St. Louis, one of said he has hesitated earned his World Series
the first to gain that distinction making the moves because right and cash with the L.A.
In the new stadium. But he had "we kept hoping that Jones Dodgers in 1965, but didn't see t
been In that select company who throwing arm would come a- l I much service because be, Je-
had hit the Scoreboard the old round. But it hasn't, runners klch and Purdin were first year
stadium. He did it twice. have been taking the extra baseon players who bad to be protected r h ,
The Toy Cannon had boomed Mack, and his defenslveplay on big league rosters
three prodigious shots In the hasn't been what It should. "Pve got confidence in what
Astrodome this year, one of The Braves' skipper was hopeful i ;_ "WtK :': rItZI_ :o;__ ."..." I'm doing. He missed alsmost
them a towering fly, awesome that moving Jons from cen- Atlanta 'Coca- oIa Bottling Company, Attorney Donald Hollo-' The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) through its Atlanta three and a halfweeks including
and majestic. High fly balls ter to left field would Improve well, who made the presentations; Aaron Jones; Torre; Bill Inter-Alumni Chapter honored Atlanta Braves Hank Aaron,Mack, thr first ten games of the regular Crawford
the lefty-swinging outfielders Lucas, Braves Assistant Farm Director, who also received a Jones, and Joe Torr with plaques for their distinguished schedule. Willie was one d
-" hitting. plaque; Dr. Mays; newly elected UNCF chairman, Dr. JohnA. support of the Fund at UNCF Night In Atlanta Stadium. Atron only three who played In all 140 preach to hiding.
5% "It could be that because Mack Middleton, President Morris Brown College; Dr. Hugh then presented Dr. Benjamin E. Mays president emeritus, Texas League game last year, The Dodgers have done a lot
thinks be hasn't done the Job Gloster, President Morehouse College. Morehouse College, a plaque u retiring UNCF chairman. "I'm glad I listened to Duke for me. "WlUle said as he wait-
on defense it has affected his The plaques were donated by the Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Shorn Immediately before the start of the Atlanta-Cin I'm waiting for my pitch now ed for teammate Kenny washington -
hitting, Hltchock pointed out. Company. cinnati game are (left t to right) Louis Cerland, Vice-President I was over anxious at the plate to give him a ride home.,
"Perhaps this move will ease I know that now. I use to hita Junior Glllaln Worked with me
4'r the pressure and he'll start Audience lot of pitches off my front foot. on my bunting and I got a lot
i hitting. Jones was moved to Double Play Feel t 55,000,000 and struck out a lot. d help from coaches Dannya
I .. 11 left because the position doesn't I THIS! H' THAT: IN SPORTSPreseason ] TelecastOf "I feel more relaxed now. I'm Ozark and Preston Gomes. yt
Saw
require as strong a throwing helping the club more,but I needto But, the work Pm doing now|
.... as right field. Set By Raleigh concentrate on my fielding. on my hitting gives mea feeling
.. iIt.. .. "As far as Rico is concerned attendance for American Football League games All-Star Game I still haven't got the knack of that Pm really progressing. Every -
he has played right field before BURLINGTON N.C.Mo one has neared the half-million mark and already has surpassedlast going toway. the fence and I have a player wants,to hit .300
said Hitchcock.. has computed the odds on one year's record total. NEW YORK--The largest tele- tendency to mlsplay the ball that or better, and Pm hoping totv
Aaron has played centerfield team making double plays In seven Wit 17 of the 29 games on the pre-season program played, vision audience ever vies a base stay up there. :0Crawofrd
.. preciously, too. consecutive innings, but AFL teams have attracted 491,400,1aIIs. Last year the entire tall game out side the World Willie's statistics confirm his had alot company
.. He remembered h. playedthe they bound to astronomical. 19-game schedule drew 441,394. Se.ries-a record 55,000,000 persons improvement evaluation He's at the .300 plus level on August
position during most of the Raleigh (Carolina) did it a-, Last weekend's action drew the largest crodw In history at watch the All Star Game hitting a tobust,3O11n98games 9. Six dodgers were above that
19S7 season when the Braves ganlst Burlington In a seven both Miami and San Diego. The Atlanta-Miami game in the on July 1LCommissioner compared with .268 here last mark ant Willie was fifth onthec,
copped the National League flag. inning game August 9 at Fairchild Orange Bowl drew 50,822 and the Detroit San Diego game in William Eckert rear. sibs Lull Akazra led Alburn;
Park here And, brother, the Charges' new stadium 45,988. said the midsummerattractlon, There Is an even more Impor- er with a .315 average,lollowedJI
you can't do any better than One other game has drawn more than 50,000the meeting nationally televised from Anaheim that statistic. Last year, WillieC by Washington at .312, Bm Su-,
255 Pound Tackle that. between the Kansas City Chiefs and New York gets at Bir- drew an estimated 49.9 led the TL in strikeouts bya bkis at .308. player coach on*
The pirates, managed by Joe mingham, which attracted 53 109. per cent of the TV audience wide margin with 186. or 34 Williams at .307, Crawford andb;. ,
Morgan, swept a double header The lo games between AFL teams have drawn 248,696 while throughout the nation.Essentia- more than nearest challenger! Hector at 304.
In Costly TouchdownA from Senators, 6-0 and 3-2, the seven AFL-NFL Interleague games have pulled 244,704 ly, this means that the game was
Jim Wynn and in the seven-inning opener through the turnstiles. viewed on 23,000ODOdthetotal
reach the.dlstant fences Ja the 6-1, 25,5 pound football tackle the Buts completed twin-kil' DENVER; 2, NFL 0: "We've paid dearly to get this man"Butwe sets in use at the time.TheNational .
windless Astrodome on the n+ Anthony Reed, Known'as Huck-' lings in each tinning! ., were pressed for hell at quarterback and Tensl is a young :League won the:
rest d occasions., lebuck, 1966 captain of the Blake -4 ster with talent and experience who can help us right away" 15 inning game,,2-1.
But Jim longest this year maybe High Yellow Jacket footballers, Saban hit It right on the nose and Tensl did the same with According to'NBC, wh Ic hre- Gin on the rocks?
the one he hit at Pittsburgh was arrested for attacking Victor his passes aganlst Minnesota, completing four of eight for 95 cently signed a $50,000,000three
that left the park almost directly Nickson, a 5-11, 155 pound yards Ina 14-9 victory over the Vikings after Just two practice year contract for exclusive -
over the 457 foot marker. student of Bethune College recently sessions with his new Bronco teammates rights to coverage d the
Pittsburgh club officials and near the Blake High Gym.A The Bronco defense, which also played a vital role in a 13-7 World Series, AU Star Game
sports writers could remember brain concussion for the triumph over tietrolt, linebacker Chip Myrtle, a S-foot-Z and the Game of the Week, the
only CM other ball going out smaller man was the result. 210 pounder from Maryland who came to Denver as an offes- 1967 All-Star contest had a
that the batting cage is rolled Reed was on the way to Southern live end Sykes made 13 unassisted tackles and recovered 23.6 Neilsen rating
out there during the games. U, to study on a scholar ar a fumble. Myrtle made 10 unassisted tackles. However the highest rating
And a Forbes Field security ship. The argument ensued when It e strength or finesse; buck Buchanan, Kansas City's achieved by any sport Is attributed '
guard said the ball landed on Reed demanded that Nlckson tell 6-foot-7,287-pound defensive tackle,tabs finesse over strength to the final game tithe
a playground diamond 50 or 60 where he would attend school. A u the most important asset on a defender's balance sheet. 1963 WorldSerleswhenthe
feet behind the lence.'Wynn.bestprevlous. Nickson said be did not answer Ifs combination of power and finesse, "Buchanan says, gers, behind Sandy Koufax com-
season In because he did not want trouble Lot of times, you have to show the other man how strong you pleted a four-game sweep of
homers and RBIs was 1965,when Nickson further said that he was are. But even when make contact and push a guy backk., Pro.stlll -, the Yankees. That game had a
he knocked in 73 runs and hit held by two youths while Reed going to try to get him. So. I think you would have to say 39.9 rating 87 per cent of the
22 homers. He would have beat- pounded on him. AL OLIVIR finesse is the best thing for any defseslve player. viewing audience.
en that last year if he hadn't run M... Altamese Nickson, the The feat broke old Carolina NBC also estimated that the
into that fence at Philadelphia football youth's mother,obtain' League record of six plays C.e Game of the week was being
which ended his season on August ed a warrant for Reed's arrest made by several clubs in the ODD AND ENDS: Interesting individual battle In the Atlanta- held 9,800,000 homes every Sat.
L He had 18 homers and 62 Reed was fined $50 or given 22-year history of the circuit Miami game between two of pro football's outstanding young This represents a 7 per cent
batted in at the time. middle linebacker, Falson Tommy Nobls and Frank Emanu- Increase over last and
runs the choice d 25 days. Mrs Nlc.00 But all the other were made in year a
Jim probably reached his full said she willpushthe case regulation nine-Inning games. al of DolphlnsuNobls was credited with eight unassisted tackles 79 per cent Increase over the
potential as a long range artillery to the limit.Cassius. The happiest person in the ballpark and two asslts and also Intercepted a pass Emanual made 1965 rating +
man during June and July was Raleigh pitcher Gene 13 tackles, assisted on three and broke up one pass Said Emanuel -
But Manager Grady Rattan and Garber, who had little trouble : Tommy has more physical equipment than I have. t S
his coaches believe Wynn still recording a fourty-hlt shut out but I have to think more desire" Matt Snell put on strong show Watch : '
Grand
has room for Improvement in Clay despite walking five batters. for Jets aganlst Eagles btfjre being sidelined,gaining 53 yards This Clown
other areas First baseman Al Oliver made la eight carries on the ground..Snell also caught two passes
For instance Wynn's tatting the second out in all seven DPs. ,for nine yards Pete Beathard passed for three touchdowns in
average has been in the .260s Marshall In Mardi Three went from second base Chiefs' victory while completing 9 of 14 passes for 170 yards..' 86-92-3&

most of the season.Harry Walker Cassius Clay, or Muhammed 'man Gene Clines to Murphyto Fletcher Smith,playingcorderbackfoplacedlnjuredFred Williamson -
after beinghireduatntdng All dethroned heavyweight Oliver. The sixth went from returned as Interception 36 yards for a agouchdown: 66-.31-5$
said Jim Chiefs and Noland Smith, the 5-61/4 rookie,returned five punts
Houston
instructor by pitcher Garber to Money to Oliver 3
champion; Grand Marshalof -15
was 225 yards scoring once on a 72-yarder. -
should be a .300 hitter without the Second Watts Summer and the last occured when ,
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cutting down his home-tunpto- Cllnes took a steppedon t .
grounder, '
Festival In Los Angeles Calif '
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duction. The,extra hits mostly recently. The former heavy- third to force a runner and 4 Make it
would come on the at-bats that wight champion led the 30- then threw to Oliver to com- Brumos Porsche Presents: perfect.Seagram's
33 42 .
are going for strikeouts now block procession through th4area plete the double play. 24 -
993 in 403 times at bat). torn by riots and racial The major league record for ,
But Walkernowmaybethebest disturbances. double plays is seven in a nine 43 52 25
center fielder in the league at Chairman Bill Tldvell, chairman inning contest by the Yankees I
going to get the long fly ban or of the affair, said "Clay aganlst the A'S August 14, 1942. Sometimes He's t7pSometlme'l
the tough-to-catch smash up exemplifies our determination Until someone produces record He's Down, He
the alleys. to show otherwise Manager' He workds it all around.
to achieve our goals despite
However, he will have to tighten obstacles." We are honoring Morgan and the Raleigh! nine r 't:
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up on other aspects of Us youthful zeal, his independence will hold firm in the belief that 130 94 11
fielding before he can claim d thought and loftiness they have set a new standardfor
Willie Mays old crown u No. d his aspirations whether w. consecutive double play J.!
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Jefferson Swimming Pool 710 p.m. Adults may register are understood. Let: me try to
will hold a dual swimming on in high school review, basic help you with your ferfonaj
2618 N. Myrtle Ave. Saturday night, September 2. ru wr education, homemaking:, typewriting FOR MEN AND WOMEN. Problems Confidential Air
It will\ be the first dual meet shorthand, general OF All AGES Mall postage to this Country
held since I960. shop woodworking,general shop 25?
You May Take A Complete CourseOr The Jacksonville team described graphic arts,music-choral,and Take NewIUPROVED NATURE
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team from Gainesville mons, Jacob L. Maxwell, Vernon $5.00. $1.00 deposits on South Africa '
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posed r McCoy, Vernon Smith and Ernest '
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: Or Write To: James Harris the captain, Al- meet thedemands of todays Join this new Prosbrlt
phonso King. ;;- society have been asked to register SINGER AUTOMATIC Movement! Write today forties.
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S.M. Brown 1053 St. Ycxi
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JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM SAT. SEPT. 2rq MAGNETINFORMATION
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Charley Sifford, "the man with the big tee shot" and the
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tournament formerly the Hartford Insurance Open. Allmakes All models
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t' trophy. He'll defend the title next month.In man. Hot and cold water. 1031. Fla
his four rounds of tournament play, Sifford shot roundsof EL4-1288. EL 4-7455
1f. 'iii"\\\tt GORGEOUS GEORGE 69-70-69-64 for a total of 272 strokes. And anyone who
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.. ,: ...... ... .. ........ ..........:..<.: ..... ...,.' .:.. .;,.... ......:. :..... ..;you.. .. :. SATURDAY SEPT. 2' .terback at ALT State University A BRAND NEW
will become an assistant CIRCULATION MAN
Aggie football coach beginning
: Distribute NewspapersFull
SPECIAL! IA t this fall yiila.M; Time or Part Time
EXTRA SPECIAL! The announcement was made BRICKHOME
RED OR SANDWICH SLICED WHITE I by athletic director Dr.William Must have car
ANN PAGE M. hell. Apply:
The 30-year old Swann, who FLORIDA STAR
BREAD i IIMAYONNAISE:4B99 has played professional ball 2323 Moncrief Rd. !

I r with the Buffalo Bills, Toronto
Argonauts and Savannah Chiefs,
. since leaving ALT in 1960, will APTS. FOR RENT 3 BEDROOMS U2
Join head coach Bert Piggott
t C 320 E. Beaver St. S rm Upper
and assistants Murray Neely
QT. JAREXTRA and Hornsby Howell. $35.00 mo. BATHROOMS ClOSE
!
I 1473 Logan St. 3 rm Upper
Mel Groomes, the other Aggie -
$30.00 mo.
coach, will not assist in TO MODERN SCUM
football this season, but will HELP WANTED 1233 W. Monroe St. 6 r. Upper
Asst > K
( $45.00 mo.
r remain on the staff as head MAIDS, N. Y. SLEEP-IN JOBS,' AND LARGE SHOPPING
baseball coach. salaries to $65, tare advanced.
I Swann, a stocky 6 footer from Rush references, phoneiumber. HOUSES FOR RENT CENTER.
i i EXTRA SPECIAL -- LL SPECIAL! Washington D.C., starred at 'ABLE MAIDS AGENCY, 163 N. SELECT YOUR
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1 : college, he coached one 394 Chelsea St. 6 rm House
t BEERDO.IILE year at Pinckney High in Carthage $55.00 mo. PLANS LET US HELP
ICE MILK" ( t' N.C.; and three years HELP WANTED 3312 Roselle St. 4 rm Bung. ,
at High Point, N.C.'s William MUST $55.00 mo. YOU BUY YOUR RQMf..
DO 80 W.P.M. ACCUR-
Penn High 831 W. 29th St. 6 rm Bung.
With is coaching staff complete ATELY, GOOD IN ENGLISH $75.00 mo. IN BEAUTIFUL

.. 1/2 GAL. 39C' CTN. .., SSc drills, Piggott for the said Aggies the pre-season will get SPELLING.Moncrief Apply: FLORIDA Road, Jacksonville STAR, 2323, 8857 way., 3 8867 houses, 8927 on Phillip 4 acres High of LINCOLN ESTATES.

CTN. underway on .campus Florida. land. Total rent for all
OF12Os. September $50.00 mo. 7130 Richard son Rd
ALT opens rugged nine-game
No Return Bottles
PredICt Mint* schedule by meeting Tennessee FOUND & HIGBEERealtors J JI'
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winner of last season's ?65-168
State,
: : ISABELLA OF PARIS 354-8435 317 W.Forsyte St.
Rice Bowl
Grantland on
Thats Mel I have the Amai-
EXTRA ,SPECIAL September %3. The Aggles face Ing superior tonic tablets
HP'S PURE Maryland State in the Home- pep
VEGETABLE SHORTENING \ SPECIAL LI! LARGE HEADS coming game October 14 and end 'Box for all of the 30 things,$1.00.you Satisfaction want todo.

I FRESH CRISP ICEBERG I the season here against arch guaranteed or Money back. For NEW
riva 1 North Carolina College Men and Women. BRAND BRICK HOMES

: D EXO November 23.schedule Includes .!:
The Aggie : .j.,
j LETTUCE3CAM (Horae-September 30, Johnson P. 0. Box 230, Dept. S. 65

C. Smith, 8 p.m. Gary, Indiana / $f ONLY ; MONTHINSIDE
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November 23, North Carolina FINANCING 'LOW DOWN
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Wuaitr'GRADE College, 1:30: p.m. CHART PAYMENT!
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7, Norfolk State College -
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T FLORIDA OR GEORGIA OR BREAST
i' October 28, Morgan State Col- to get what you want through this GRAND PARK
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