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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 23, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00725

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 23, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00725

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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MYERS A suit filed in
Federal District Court asks for

URGE MAYOR VETO complete desegregation of Lee

September County schools, 1967 not later than

The motion was filed by John

Blalock on behalf of his student

daughter, Rosalind last July 21
but did not reach Lee school

officials until Tuesday.The .
INCREASE
FARE
BUS suit asks that the boardbe

required plan to revise to conform Its desegregation


** .. ** .1 ** with standards of adequacy,In
proposed decrees in several

BBS Fare Hike KiCkS WOman fax TeachersTurned other cases pending.
Cop U approved, the effect of the

Seen Down plan would be to desegregate
Hardship
all schools in the county no

On Poor Class Arrests Bondsman BY Court two later years than earlier September than,provided 1967-

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in the plan approved last year

TALLAHASSEE The State Upward bound instructor Vallie Birdsong (at blackboard) Instructsa by Federal Judge Joseph Lieb.

either While Negro at Jacksonville leaders were Beach busy Offering To Help Supreme Court Wednesday dismissed group of pre-college students |In the use of the sliderulei that The Edison court-approved Junior College plan noted and

working out Democratic Partyaffairs the suits of three i Some 325 teenagers are enrolled' in the'program at Howard Uni- Sanibel Island Elementary

or making plans for An attractive young Negro Jac tso YUle woman displayed toAR County teachers Examination whose National'', verslty. Students are not graded In the pre-college program, nor School were Integrated,

better social and economic* the editor of the FLORIDA ST marks inflicted on her body Teachers'used for passing, do they receive any academic credit for attending. Instead the and stipulated that all first

dltlons locally, the City Council by Jacksonville police who man-handled and kicked her while were scores turned, down. promotions,' emphasis is placed on learning for its own values. Through Up- grades would be desegregated

Tuesday night passed a bill to arresting her. with an officer, resisting an The three teachers are Mrs,,, ward bound It is hoped that students like Ellen and Bart will last tall, which was done. This
Increase bus tares. year the second and third
The tare Increase bill which officer and drunk. Battle Fowler, Mrs. Geraldine i develop concepts, skills I and values'which can be useful to them grades are to drop color barriers -
The victim is Lilly Sconlers
Lane, a ball bondsman was Ernest J, Smith,
Foster and
B. in later life and that their incentive for
affects working class Negroesand a popular female barber who arrested alter he volunteered The three had appealed school]l continuing their followed by fourth
whites has not yet been education wllf be Increased through sixth grades next year, !
lives at 619 West 17th St. and to help but was reluctant to board administrative decision I ;
signed by Mayor Louis H. Kit- seventh through ninth In 1968
does her bartering at 3rd and give his name.
where their 1--
passing scores on]
and 10th 12th
ter It was reported that citizens Davis The Streets.incident involving police Lane's and case: Judge has John been Santera postponed the eiams were reJect Bar Assn. 2 1969. through grades in

groups will prevail upon the brutality occurred last Wedaes.day last Friday continued the case because noticeably the higher scores than falUnj: wen: Rapped Boys The current plan stipulatesthat
Mayor to veto the bill. Such a student may attend the
the racial outbreakbut
during Mrs. Sconlers to later
against a
made earlier tests,
scores on
a veto would call for sending school neatest I his residence
. It back to the Council-Jot an.. was evidently overlooked date UotU recently, school, year AsBiasedDrown ,or- Use nearest\ school having
'
"suppressed by the local dally' Mrs. Scooters. who has ..
other voteT"- -"- 'and tbe edseaUoa.cIepu1au 70 per cent population of his .
press, radio. and television pictures of her brubed"body occasionally bad loferrM
to own race. Teachers, principalsand
Citizens are being urged -
media. has retained Earl M. Johnson cheating took place. Two Jacksonville boys
other personnel are accordingly -
call 'the Mayor's office and Mrs. Sconlers said the was as her attorney. There !Is !speculation However State Supt. :Floyd I TALLAHASSEE Florida drowned Last Sunday when they
The ticipate. to be assigned without
him to veto the bill because : Including those who
urge and increased
driving along Jefferson that the victim of the Christian announced several disappeared while swimming at
Bar Association came in for a regard to
an Increase In bus tares do not belong to a local bar race.
her speed as she drove gross brutality intends to bring months ago that scores wouldbe Little Talbot Island.
additional scathing attack as a result of association. The latest motion contends
at this time will work
around several parked cars, action against the arresting officer accepted in all cases except efforts to put control of legal The boys had gone to the state the plan's fulfillment defective -
low income workers
hardship on whereupon a police patrol car or officers responsible where then was definite proof facilities with about 14 busloadsof
who the bulk of bus aid to the poor in the hands of South Africa in the time element. Not
compose came after her and one officer for the injuries she suffered. of cheating. youngsters from St. Mary'sBaptist
planning to
the law desegregateall
riders. It was pointed out that body.
told her she was speeding,, CJiurch. The victims
the majority ot the Negro bus --...- Marlon Davies,field secretaryof schools by this fall; that the
the side of Embargo Urged identified Petry
driving on wrong were as Shep-
/ !
riders tall into the poverty the NAACP made It known ----- degree of first grade desegregation
and reckless.
the street
Jax HandedTro Tuesday that the organization I 26 ot 368 first grade
bracket and can ill afford an said she Negro
The driver explained Wilkins
] NEW YORK Roy ,
children In
would into court necessary Negro being pre-
Increase over the already high go
officer that the
to the only executive director of the National -
cost of bus transportation.The # >m to prevent the FBA from dominating viously all-white schools, is
reason she was on the wrong the legal aid program Association for the Inadequate; and that the plan

a FLORIDA telegram STAR to Mayor Thursdaysent Hitter side of the street for a few | Fill Spot OnRecreation He charged that the'f loridf Advancement of Colored doesn't provide for transfer
that It the
seconds was was only called for sanctionsagainst
People
ot of student to school
urging him to veto the bill in she could get around the Bar proposal to the Office Rhodesiaand a a where
way South Africa,
Interest ot class Economic OpportunityOEO I his or her race Is a minority.
the working
parked cais..and that she increased ( ) is "encouched in racial the Potuguese colonies after I
citizens and maintaining sound her speed temporarily Board! discrimination. the International Court of Justice f Miami Man
economy which an increase to pass the parked autos. ,She dismissed complaint tiled
here I
In a conference ,
tends to affect. said she suggested at the press by the Governments of Ethiopia> Set To Seek
Davies that a poverty
proposed
The bus tare bill raises the her ticket If Liberia challenging the
officer give a Faced with exposure of gross corruptionjn various city departments and
price of a transfer from five he insisted that she had the legal aid program be run bya Instituted by
t including the recreation department, City non-profit corporation which racist policies Reseat Plan
cents to 10 cents and Increasesthe broken the law. Commission Tuesday nominated I. H. Burney, an AfroAmerican domi South Africa in the mandated
not be
could Include but suit
Plans to file
price of a weekly commutation The officer then accused her Insurance Company official to the Recreation Board. The territory of South West Africa. MIAMI
ticket from$3.95 to$4.25. of being drunk and announcedthat Commission left an opening for the appointment of another nated Association.by, members of the Bar The Court, the highest Judicial .....PERRY SHEPPARD In the State Supreme Court

The new rates cannot go into he was taking her to jaiL Negro to the Housing Authority as it approved the nominations He contended the Florida Bar agency ot the United Nations, pard.16, of 1812 Brewster Rd. challenging the last legislative thatit

effect until the mayor signs the He commanded her to get out of Recreation Boardmembersand set the stage for new shuttling plan offered to OEO officialsin announced its verdict at The and Morris Richardson, 12, of apportionment on grounds

ordinance: and it is published the car, but before she could of members on other city boards. last would Hague, Holland, on July 18. Bya 1811 Brewster Rd. discriminates againstNegro
Washington week revealedthis
as a legal notice inanewapaper.The get her pocketbook and keys Named to the recreation board Burney Daniel A. Naughton, place control in the hands of split vote, 8 to 7. the Court County Patrolman L. W. Ellis candidates we.e
present $3.95 rate was set out of the car the brawny Jacksonville attorney and a complaint the week.
cot for new one-year terms local bar units. dismissed the on said he received a call on the who lost to white
In an ordinance passed by the grabbed her by the wrist and which will begin Monday are Promment Roman Catholic lay- "Many local bars do not accept technical ground that neither drownlngs at 1-20: p.m. He was Earl Carroll, Firestone
City Council on July 23, 1963, pulled her out of the auto in man, ana or. Roy J. Sloat, a Into Liberia or Ethiopia had a valid told by Lee Carpenter, park businessman George
and signed into law by then such a brutal manner she fell dentist. Holdover members on Negroes mem- in the The in his Democratic primaryrace
interest
Police ForceIntegration Davies said citing legal case. superintendent, that the boys
bership ,
received 52,000
said he
.
Bums July
Mayor Haydon en after her ,
the hitting / I
to
ground H, United States representative on disappeared in a runout while
24. 1963. It became effectiveJuly r'i:" I the St. Petersburg and tallahassee votes and lost, but that he would
head as she was being dragged Justice C.
.yl Bar Associations as the Court, Phillip swimming with three companions smaller district
in
26 1963. have won a a
out the auto.Sprawled Jessup, voted with the minority. in an unprotected area of
examples.He aligned more along the guidelines -
out on the ground said "two prominent"Negro The suit, tiled six years ago, the beach north of where two
Viet' Nam Victim somewhat dated, airs.Sconlers Seen Needed attorneys In St. Petersburg charged that South America, life guards were on duty. : .of the U. S. Supremeourt.

,- was pulled halfway up about Introducing its own apartheid
Ala. "Lack to the by
BIRMINGHAM l A applied Carroll said the sun being
two or three times by the burly in South West Africa,
i of adequate Negro representation Bar Association there last policies CALLED LIFEGUARDS prepared by a group of about
i4 officer and let her tall back had violated requirements of the
on the police force creates September and "they have not eight attorneys will seek an
1o the ground hitting her head tension. This reduces the ability u beard anything" League of Nations' mandate tin- Carpenter said the compan-

each time. When she finally of the Birmingham Police Department In Tallahassee, Negro dr which It ruled the territoryin ions notified the lifeguards r

got to her feet and attemptedto to serve all the I Attorney John Due, who has that It had failed to promotethe when the two disappeared anda

resist the attacks upon her people." been associated with civil rights welfare of the Inhabitantsof search was begun.

she was thrown into the patrolcar So says Dr. John W. Nixon, j causes in North Florida, tried the country. The companions were Jimmy
with a kick In posterior president of the Birmingham to Join the local bar and was The full text of Mr. Wilkins' Lee Jolly 16. of 1811 Callahan
for good measure. statement issued July 19, follows -. -----,-
,
NAACP Branch, in a recent "asked to do a research paper '0
I By this time the arresting letter to Mayor Albert Boutwell. so they could determine his : !;} .
officer had called for reinforcements of International
Dr. Nixon further points out that legal experience" Due was The failure I
to help him the police: department can certainly later denied membership, Davies Court of Justice to take action ;;t
arrest the 128-pound female. not be considered an ..... I. H. BURNEYthe said. against South Africa's racist

A Negro man, Jesse Lane, integrated body when the incorporated board who were renamed Davies said only about a dozen regime in the mandated .' ".l'I ', r !
who appeared on the scene and area of the City of last night are John Maxim and of some 40 Negro attorneys territory of South West Africa +' Y EARL J. CARROLLend

pleaded with the officer not to Birmingham is approximately Thomas E. Mallem. in the state have been admittedto cannot but have a dismaying i: :
abuse the woman as he was The commission's action in impact Africans and their to countywide legislative
40 per cent Negro, yet there local bar units upon reduction in size
doing and volunteered to get are only three Negroes among naming a Negro to the Recreation "They know these situations descendants in the United States elections, a

into the car, was promptly arrested the 520 persons in the police Board came following a exists and yet they're saying and throughout the world. That of districts election an d some of several meansto

on charges interfering department. long-standing campaign by the the program should be administered the Court should subordinate assure
Dr. Nixon warns that there is NAACP and the local Negro by the local bar Justice to a technicality does .",,,. Negro legislators from Dade
PAID DAMAGESJACKSON press that Negroes appointed not enhance Its prestige among County.
a feeling of unrest and suspicion associations, be said. not for anything
"We're asking
Ulss. -(NPIA in the Negro commmunity, and to policy-making boards. OEO officials are reportedly the disadvantage peoples of that hasn't been done before.

law enforcement officer paid that "acts of injustice and discrimination Burney, prominent business working up a compromise pro- the world. They draw their lines lopsided.
n
Airman Joseph Leon Walters damages fro beating a Negro on the part of the circles is a member of posal in Washington. A key The National Association: for Lt They can do it-they say they

of 1561 E. 22nd St., died In prisoner for what is believed police department distort the the President's civil rfcbrscommission issue involved is the demandby the Advancement of Colored .....MORRIS RICHARDSON can do it-but they don't wantto
CamplBeale, Calif., following to be the first time in Southern attitudes of our children, and and is active with the Florida Bar that Its People is gratified thatthe their seats said
St., Ronnie Lawton 15 of 22S4 give up ,
the Council on Human Relations. American representative on the ,
an accident. A native ot this history. create a fear which is carried members control the regionalboards
city, be was a member of the Holmes County Deputy SheriffT. from generation to generation Burney Is listed as a which would be createdto Court voted with the minorityto Cato Rd. and George Wanton, Carroll.Dade's legislative delegation
17 of 2141 Stubbs
First Born Temple and a graduate J. Evans, accused in a civil "It Is Mayor Boutwell'i responsibility registered Republican. administer the legal aid sustain charges filed by ElM told Lane. for the 1967 session now standsat
Ellis
They that the
No than boys
sooner Barney's political and Liberia. However,this
of Matthew/GUbert High rights suit of beating a Negro to get qualified program. Florida's congressional opia nine senators, and 22 House
School. Mit in the county Jail,agreed Negroes 00'the Birminghampolice : affiliation became known delegation,' Including is not now enough. The need is began yelling for help when
woman members all white.
there shouts of "traitor" they were caught: In a runout. ,
As a YOIiC" r be was to the damages. : force. Both Negro and were Tampa Congressman Sam Gibbons for effective sanctions againstfor said that the
pay Carroll group
'* FLORmA'STAR salesman, Deputy Evans had been sued white voters elected him leader from Negro leaders being leveled a key poverty war effective sanctions against The companions said they his suit includes
of Birmingham and It's his at Mayor Bitter who along the racist regimes not only in tried to reach them but were preparing
'mac the Jasts1de.: for $100,000 in Federal District legislator, is backing the bar Broward Negro leaders
County
liners arrangements will be Maggie duty to all citizens: of Birmingham with the other members of the plan. South Africa but also In held back by the heavy surf,
Court for beating Allen and Alcee
to clean this situation commission come up for Rhodesia and In the Portuguese and they lien notified the life George
announced upon arrival of remains. Cordon with a blackjack in the up Gibbons said all membersof Hastings of Fort Lauderdale.o -..'
Jail. Mr Nixon concludes. election: In 1967. the Florida Bar would par- colonies. guards. a



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STAR.
; Yr To Be Equal .

: E W S ,
I I Iq BRAVE MAN WANTS NO CHARMS f i' I i .
'"I ',n TO CNCOUBAOCHIM TO DUTY.AND A GOOD<\/T I I' l j I p'
IJ>ublished by the Florida Star Publishing MM SCORNS ALL MWWVC5 THAT MOULD J ,a i I
ompany I' I WHITNEY
I PITER HIM.FROM PO/NQIT." ,' f I' i 0 By YOUNG JR.
maw r r
MEMBER Many people have made proposals(or bringing both quality and
Integration to our schools.. This Is especially a problem for
: school systems In large cities where the student population

NEGRO P TIONAlERIC largely non-white. Washington D. C.'s schools now hare about
,- 40 per cent Negro students while many other large cities like
\ '" New York, Philadelphia, Detroit and Chicago have non-white
t' .majorities in their student bodies This Is due to the fact that

0. SIMPSON......Mauiiii Editor ..,.... middle-class white families have been moving to the suburbsIn
overwhelming numbers. _
The main problem facing the school systemsIs
HILDA WOOTEN Circilatin to upgrade city schools! and make them so
....... Maiifir
much better than suburban schools that people

.,. will want to return to the cities "for the kid's
sake." One way that has been suggested to gain
both Integration and quality Is to build "educa 11
2323 MoBcriel. Rud. Phm Elfii 4,-JlIZ tional parks", campus-uke developments which I
would include schools lor'an grades through I
Mailiif Address Junior college and have a student population of)

P. 0. Bn 599 Jacksmilli Fliriii up to 20,000 in some cities.
32201 These parks:would be better able to utilize expensive equip
MIAMI OFFICE ment like computers and teaching tools which would be too
expensive for separate schools to own. Pooled gym and lab
738 NW 3rd. Aft. Pkim 377-1025 facilities would also be better than any one school could have.,
The major attraction of an educational park Is that the students
... .
,-.e- would be drawn from a wide area, representing a realistic
V SUBSCRIPTION RATES cross section of the population thus avoiding the segregation

One year $3.00 Half Year $4.00 of the neighborhood school which reflects bousing patterns.

Mailed. to YOU Anywhere In the united States Bussing children from one neighborhood to another is a concept
which has aroused a lot of controversy but it may be feasible
Subscription payable in advance
In some areas Other schools have been paired successfully.
Send check or Money order, to* that .is the districts have been merged and children from both

FLORIDA STAR P.O.' BOX 599; districts attend one school for grades 1-?; the other school
Jacksonville i, Florida for grades 4-6.

New school buildings should be located in fringe areas rather
than In the middle of solid ethnic areas, and there Is a definite
Opposition need for pupil expenditures to be higher In slum schools than
wa.. In more favored sections.: These school should also have the
most experienced rather than the least experienced teachers.
To Fast Desegregation LAW AND ORDER..THE BASES OF CIVIL RIGHTSI! Perhaps more thought should be given to sharing certain class
activities with children from nearby parochial or private
Northern opposition to a speed up in schools. This may raise some legal complications but it mightbe
-- -- - ---- a reasonable for tooth sets of children to from
desegregation in the United States has -- -- ---- --------------- way escape
II.I
i the isolation of segregated education.
occurred within the past twelve months .
I
Educators have also come up with challenging new developments -
according to a recent Gallup Poll. 1 in teaching like team teaching, language labs, and

In August, 1965 thirty-six per cent of Your computerized teaching and the growth In technology will have
white people living outside the South i Weekly its influence In upgrading the schools.

said that desegregation is pushing "too Q Bulcally perhaps the problem .is money Quality costs.in
anything. And education is big business. There are In this
fast' One year later the figure has j ft country 123,000 schools with 55 million students taught by

increased to 44 per cent a rise of 8 : 2.4 million teachers at a yearly cost of $39 billion. Like any

percentage points. i Guide other expanding business the education industry need more
Horoscope ** *
But in the South a contrary trend is funds-from the taxpayers. If our children are to be educated

apparent. A 69 per cent of for tomorrow's world, we will have to pay for it today
year ago
: A logical outcome of the crucial need for funds is organizationof
said the Johnson Admini-
white people school systems on a metropolitan regional basis,so that the
stration was pushing desegregation "too : By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER poorer cities can Join with the more privileged suburbs to provide -
fast. Presently however, the figureis quality education for all. This shared tax base and pooling
1 of services "important and fair. The suburbs have been able
62 per cent a decrease of 7 percent.
i FOR
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS 1 to attract so many residents from central cities because the
age points. 1 government has spent billions on roads since the end of the war
The jrecent slow rate of desegregation TRAVEL while slighting the central cities. The disparity in public
has been caused by tough resistance on : BUSINESS; LOVE services must be made up and a regional base will be needed

the part of the South's Old Guard. Only to secure the funds. The national conference of mayors met
_---- ---- --- ---- --- -- ---- ---- ---- -- ----- -. last month and made a similar proposal.
what the law has required got priority.when .
Next week I will discuss the people who teach, study In, and
will the white people in the South, administer our schools
ARIES.IORN CANCER CAPRICORN ,
for example, take the initiative and UBRA

and grant, the Negro 'first-class citizenship..oriatvn1untary MARCI.21st..APRIL19tk BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. MM DEC. THE .URBAN"LEAGUE

; basis? History has l22' ,'; JUJ ,2U! 23rit 1. ,.OC T.,, '23r* 22K IAN. 19th '
shown ,that 'the Negro ,has made most ofhis keen: stroqrpoials. roc Thtreareso. ,
", IPs true The trine-aspect your With unbelievable.; If s all .the...'Tne people of STORY' *
gains through education and ''training, between Jupiter and Neptune all the' aids that are available 'r many powerful planetary aspects your sign know what it .Is to
court decisions, and Congressional legis Indicates that there will be these days there is no reason arrayed on your side that pull themselves up by their .By.LANZEL; ; BROWN'
nothing small about the benefits why you should not make every It simply looks too good to be boot ,
lative action straps.Consequently,when The Economic Development Institute was a success, as for
that may be coming to effort to magnify your personal true. But there Is no escaping you run Unto a flow of good as attendance was concerned, but the true success of the meetIng -
some of you. Whether you attributes. This would makeIt the fact and you may Just as fortune, as is indicated by an will be determined It the resolutions, suggestions, and
receive a legacy of cash or easier to get acquainted with well resign yourself to the good
unusually fine planetary configuration comments are put Into effect.
Airmail Is Limping both It Is the persons who appeal to you fortune that should be the lot
property, or likelyto -
it be difficult
may Participation by the Mayor; Mr. Cooley of I the
or to make a better of Librans. If It's
create some problems as showing at so many
for to believe It Your solar .
you Chamber of Commerce Florida AIM University -
Those of us who have been relying upon well, perhaps from the tai an- your creative talents. The proper success you want, you have house is the one principally professors; Mr. William; T. MclDarDarr,r 1
amount of Venus Mars and in
sending letters by air mail now realize gle. Although conclusions self-restraint Jupiter affected revealing that keynote speaker and local businessmen were!
the value of this appear to be guaranteed, to should be maintained when you your most important solar marriage partnerships and
postal service, since gratifying to the many interested citizens that
run up against individuals house to offer It to Should
a great extent,retrograde Mercury who you.
the recent strike in the public relations in general stand attended the conference. I IThe
be to
airway services. that may trying take you In. you prefer to remain anonymous ,
suggests you may
to benefit the most. Even if I
critical need for economic In
We have been used to for their own particular bene- development
our urgent letters hare to wait until after the 7th and still relish the advantages -
indirectly, kinsfolk, neighbors the Negro community was clearly stipulated.!
fit. Exciting developments come .
getting to their destination in Just to overcome red tape or other that are offered you,
a
not singly but In droves In the and friends also seem The panelists stressed the need for Negro bum iNiWa 0
have to the wish
delaying factors. Do not makethe you Just express
few hours.
days that follow. and to be involved. Your hopes may serve the total community and open new business that will
have It Your
mistake of funds granted
spending
Now that air-mail service is on the that have not yet been collected 8-80-53-19-32-421 financial Interests are also now be mysteriously fulfilled compete for the general market rather than the Negro market
and If make wish make
you a exclusively.
blink our letters are still moving favored but this
since there still exist possi- one department
certain that It .Is a good one The discussion on franchising was most informative to those
faster than we ever dreamed they could. bilitles of unexpected lED that may be adversely affected
who seek immediate investment
The Anderson complications by the demands or trickery of 7-50-88- -54- 163 possibilities
(S.C. ) Independent
recently lOll JULY The keynote speaker suggested the formation of cooperation
others self-
published the story of a letter sent by a 40 44 18 73 642 styled,friends.including some AQUARIUS that would lend money to existing small businessmen to upgrade

Shaftsbury Vt. man to New Bedford 23rd AUG. 22Huo their businesses He also suggested that Negroes,Individually,
Mass which just took overnight to reach TAURUSBORN not default. There are so 4-70.99- 17-71-722 BORN JAN take advantage of business opportunities In this community

its destination. This is fantastic when APRIL many approaches leading to the Immediately.The .
solution of your problems, financial SCORPIO 20tk FEB. lit groq ,was Informed about the possibility of a small
compared with the Pony Express mail serv- 20tft HAY 20th and otherwise, that you BORN OCT. Bear with them. People with business development center and bow to support the need for
ice. should take more time seeking whom you work may leave nothing one In this community. "Financial Assistance-Private and
After the letter reaches Well, why not? If you live them out and less trying to 24tk NOV. 22it to be desired in the way Government ", was discussed in detail and the obstacles
it its destination alone, and do not particularlylike evade them. People who are Ride on. The Scorpios who of friendship and cooperation. Negro businessmen face when trying to get money was also
is delivered with normal it, help chance to create high up in the world, membersof have made up their minds to Those for whom you work are entertained
dispatch. And yet we have people who the proper romantic situations the family, and other close go somewhere in quest of fun likely to be all sweetness and In the last panel discussion, "The Social Implications for
complain about the slowness of the U. S. that lead to the altar. It seemsas associates could be ready and or knowledge should have no light on one day and exasperatingly Economic Development", it was shown that education, health,
If you have an unusually wide willing to extend a helping hand unreasonable the job opportunities and
mail. We can't hope cause to regret their decisions. next housing social mobility are dependent
to please everybody. field In which to operate and when you call for assistance. Romance, mystery and action If you are the one Incharge ,upon total economic development of the Negroes in Jacksonville.
you should survey It In its If it is your pride that is standIng aft all In the picture to make you may be well served bd

Barber IN Middle first entirety.act is The backdrop to be lowered for the in the way, the chances of lie as exciting as you could there THIS WEEK IN
Of A "Fix"We likely breaking an apparent stalemateare possibly picture It. This may possibilitythat NEGRO HISTORY
the 1st It will be to
on 2nd. up considerably lessened. The all sound like a movie thriller than
you, thereafter, to take bold background influences In your but for you who can read the vilege. Your best days for the Aug. 1, 1834 Slavery abolished In British dependencies.
remember the time when Negro barber- of your part and to play It for life, which appear to be part planetary aspects for yourselves obtentlon of honors, favors Aug. 1, 1874-Charles C.Spaulding, co-founder and president
s h 9 p s, servicing white clientele all it Is worth. It appears u of your destiny pattern, are the message that"truth promotions or essential North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Compa.aJ.*born in Clark-
exclusively made Negro ownership weal- if your words as well as your. certainly favorable and they can be stranger than fiction" financing should be the 4th-7th. ton, Ij. C. He died In 195%.
thy. But with desegregation personality may be nigh Irrestl- should be called upon whenever is there u big as life. You As accords may be only tented Aug. 2, 1865 Booker T. Washington moved with his mother
coming ble. But this 1s a matter which and wherever they are recog could be foremost among the tire, you must reconcile your' from Hate's Ford, Va.
around the corner the owners are put you must recognise for yourself sued and needed skeptics since Mercury is retrograding self to possible delays before Aug. 2, 1850 William StW started Underground Railroad
"in the middle of a fix. In order to take full advantage 5.60.33.16.85\ 357 until the 7th. So, matters reach favorable passenger flle. .

For instance, a Negro owner of a barber- of It even It you think you are not cODcluaJou.9Z0331969U'l. Aug. 2, 1908 The late Rol GlUey, Chicago newspaperman

shop in Border-town New Jersey, has been 7.20.88.14.58 638 VIRGO noticing anything unusual, it and author, was born in New York City
may be because at a retarded
with
charged discrimination against
Negro reaction that will make Itself
PISCES
GEMINI BORN AUG.
customers by the Burlington County NAACP "
felt during the coming weeks.
chapter. To which the owner replied, RBRN- liY21si 23rl SEPT. 22HIf 2.40.44.18.95.808SAGITTARIUS BORN FEB. USD is there

"Cutting; Negroes' hair would ruin my .Jm 21t s expected of you. If you 1311 .A. 2011 maa ,' '&
.
busil ass. have made any promises of )
It goes both ways, while curtain Don't tight It One cannot positively
marriage or to friends if
Presently two charges against the bar- your only care. GIVE !
aspects: Indicate that money you will have to go through BORN NOV. say that you nave been you .
bershop have been filed by two earned through your endeavors with them. You may be wishing spoiled by fate in the course of
prospective Negro customers with the or those of a close associate Inside that you hadn't been sb 23r ,DEC. 21st your lifetime. Like everyone uso, helping hand, "diellrom horn, traveling shows W
State Division of Civil Rights. may be flowing In, other coo- hasty to commit yourself but Mum's the word. You may else, you have had to take your for 3 million displaced' lonely Americans in uniform .
figurations suggest that itcouldbe feel like letting the world in beatings and make the best of round the world USO depends on your contribution
Too bad the barber had to It seems too late to do anything through your
cry, "Wolf" ; draining out even faster. about it now. There arise many on a very happy event, but this them Just to survive. But this United Fund or Community Chest.. Let your g"ft say you care >t
but HO did Holiday Inn and Howard Johnson Do not show any weakness toward wonderful opportunity aspects could turn out to be the heightof particular period may be the Give more for our bigger Job this year' ,.> 'faJ

; but now, business is better since your loved ones should following In close successionthat folly. If you have an important exception to the rule Attentions *>:A.'AGE ,
desegregation. The New'Jersey barber they, in any way, be responsible when everything settles position or assignment, may be showered on you, Cupid ...
for this state of affairs.No down again will modesty would be your best could be all over the place, "
his be
open shop to all. How does he know you the .
doubt credit .is good protection against unwanted in aDd'your heart's desires
your first to admit that would can
he will lose business if he has never enough to enable you to buy a not have missed any you of U for truders. Or It you have come be obtained, not once,not twice, ........ .

tried it? house should this be your main the world. Don't allow your into money or property, the but many times over. Whether .' .. "\\.4IA''
desire. But payment will have hopes to become overly ated less others know about it, the you are married or planning ,"'..".,., >' ".. ,\ ..'
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds to be made In full, plus high and they will materialize in fewer your chances of being to be, In the near future, you .. \
Interest charges, when it Is some mysterious The importuned by cranks or high- can be almost certain that this ,..- ., \
way. .
SPANOltD SAVINGS PLAN stretched over a long period side of your life Is closely personal pressure salesmen. For a longtime will have a most important '' .' \ > '
(OH ALL AMERICANS ,.. J Jroc. J"" of years. This could Inhibit you knit to the good will of friends now, secrecy has been bearing In the shaping tp of ,\ ." \\ \
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I II L SOCIALLY SPEAKING -1 Celebrate Weddinq Anniversary ', STORK DELIVERY

tilth LOWSE.OJWARD Mr. tad Mrs. Troy Hayvood,
rFF 7003 Ken Knight Dr. E., bor. ;
yx

The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa engagement and approaching marriage of: Mr. and Urs. Benjamin Lang

Alpha Psi I Fraternity had Open House and their daughter Joyce E. Steney to Lt. 9764 New Berlin Rd., bor.

Silhouettes Party at their Kappa Castle James E. Green Jr. the son of Mr. and
5736 Teeler Avenue recently. Mrs. James E. Green Sr. of this city. "Mr.17 and Ur*. George Johnson
W. 3rd St., girl.
The affair was attended by many of the The marriage ceremony will be performedby

local brothers and their guests. Rev. A. B. Coleman at Shiloh Metro- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bryant, :
Officers of the local chapter are : politan Baptist Church Sunday August 7, 2232 Thomas Ct., boy. !

George H. Hill I polemarch ; Lawrence V. at 5:00 P.M. Miss Steney is an honor Mr. and e Urs. Theodore '

Jones vice polemarch ; Solomon BadgerJr. graduate of New Stanton High( School and Johnson, Box 74-B, girl. I
Florida A&M University. She Is memberof
a
keeper of r e Cor d s; William H. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and Alpha Mr. and Mrs. William Roberta I

Johnson, exchequer; John Darby, chaplain ; Kappa Mu National Honor Sorority.Lt. Jr., 1209 W. 3rd St., boy.
William I I D. Sweet historian ; Wilbert !
Walker, financial and GeorgeH. Green is a graduate of NorthwesternJr. Ur. and Urs. Willie Green
secretary ;
Starkes III reporter. and Senior High School and Florida UJ1 Morgan St., boy.
A2H University.. i

*.*********. He is stationed at Redstone Arsenal in S Huntsville Alabama. 6212 Pettlford Dr. W. !
girl
The local
chapter of Gamma Rho Omega y'i

Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority ....e.......#. ;;; Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Woods
Inc. held its first ': '" 1512 W. 23rd St., girl.
weekly testing Study Mrs. J ', :t-: :
Skill Clinic Adeline Tucker of Kansas City, Mis- .. \ i !
at
tutional ,.Church Bethel Baptist Insti souri is visiting here with daughter Mrs. n'JU.Nr Mr. and Urs. Isam D. Lavant,
recently. Gertrude Huffman at 28IU Cleveland 1921 Maclean Rd., boy. j
The \
Clinic Wo\Ita
is held every Monday evening Terrace. "-
at Bethel Baptist Church from 7:00 Reverend and Mrs Benton Griffith celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Wednes-
9:00: P.M. The to Also visiting Mrs. Huffman are: Willa day, July 20, at their home, 1022 Franklin Street. The highlight of the occasion was the Gospel SiNgersANNiversary
purpose of the Clinic is Mae Hill her sister Carol bridesmaids and best used twenty-five Maid
to teach and Jean Hill a presence d the maid of honor, man years ago.
students how to study for test nelce all from Kansas City. of,honor was Urs. Mary F. Jennings, bridesmaids, Mrs. Edith Nixon and Mrs. Flossie Brun- HeldThe
and how to improve their study habits. son; best man, E. D. Dorsey; ushers, Julius Brunsoo and Ruben Baldwin; flower girl, Miss
Mrs. Camilla Thompson is director of the .*.........* Bridgett An n Chatman, daughter of Urs. Laura Chatmon who was flower girl twenty-five Heavenly Fire Gospel
Clinic. All 12th years ago. Organ music was played by Urs. Veronica Holloway and Mrs. Thomaslna Wilson
grade students Singers will observe their anniversary -
invited
are Its twins for the Fowlers of 5752 Cleve- delivered
sang "0 Promise Me" "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer. Prayer was by
to take July 31 in the Elks
The local a part in these sessions. land Road. ( James and Unlta) the two Rev. R. Leander Jones, pastor of Central Baptist Church where Rev. Griffith is associate Auditorium 712 W. Duval St.,
AKA Chapter held a special l r and niece of Rev. Griffith, Mrs. Annie Tucker
were
boys arrived July 25th In the A.M. at ., pastor. Out-of-town guests Newark beginning at C p.m.
meeting at the Eldorado Club recently. Baptist Hospital. and daughter, Miss Nadine Tucker of N. J.

The affair was in honor of Mrs. Essie "Son"" is slowly recuperating. I
Austin who will be retiring from Florida

Normal and Memorial College after the ************

summer session.A ;z; -r .
tribute to Mrs. Austin was given by
Soror Betty Davis. Walker's College WEDDING BELLS,!

Earnest Clifford Rodgers, 1588 ;
************ Celebrates LIt
W. 22nd St., 34, and Annie i
Mr. & Mrs. Roosevelt Steney announce the 50lh Anniversary 28.Doris Ulxson, 1532 W. 8th St., I


Appointed Dean Veterans Of Robert Edward Fields, 2541
Southern' St, 18 and Aundreal
Of New School America Smith, 3908 Glla; Lane, 19. ,
yr, ,0
Call Willie Earl Gist. 1235 W. 13th 4
Meeting St., 39 and Elizabeth Jones,
3224 Lee St., 41. < IM
Jacksonville Chapter 1, Federation ,'
b of all Veterans of David Paul Israel, 1151 UU11- ,
4 q America, will hold a call meet nor St, 18 and Mary Pearl QTAMPBORlEN.A
,; Saturday at S:30 p.m., at the Johnson, 2163 McQuade St.,
4. Joe H. James Center. 17.
All veterans of World War U.e .
Korean War, wives, widows and Robert Lee Bevel, SISCarollne i
other relatives veterans have St., 19 and Brenda Call Mc- '
been Invited to attend. Cray, 421 W. First St., 19. S D
National Commander J.H.Hu- \4 4nwr
L singer and National Quartermaster -
: Charles E. Reed of Ft Ronald Haseklah Gordon 1422E. f \
Worth i Texas will be present. ., 31st St.. 18 and Marlene AND1D'Viceroy's
Election' of itleers:;will beheld Bernice .Newman...: ,, J 919 v.Hogan : Beet : .. '''
,, according Chairman to J.National S. Irving.Deputy J St,_16.., I at its Best 'fl

Toney Johnson I 129 MagnolIa
URS. BARBARA H. WALKER 57 The alumni of Walker's College St., 40 and Mary Lee James,
StaNtOMites. announces the schools '125 Magnolia St., 38. l
Mrs Barbara H. Walter, former fiftieth anniversary and Founders '.
senior counselor of the, Called To Day program to be held

Matthew W. Gilbert Junior- In the form of a testimonial ,. .. .
Senior High School of this city dinner at the Atlantic CoastLine t' -- "NY"' ''>*1 ."!!> >': "'> "' ..( "-->., : .h < '.."' ; \.>"' '
has been appointed dean of girls Meetins I Building on August 8 at ; '.''; $tJh .:'1rt!(" "} ,'J' ; ; ,,:> > ;*;r" ;!;ji"' ,tl'f;:{
at the Butler 7.30 : :J :>
new Eugene J. All members of the 1937 Classof : p.m.lDIormauoo r. : ,:
Junior-8eDJor Wp School,168, and tickets may <
New erg have :' "
Mra. Walker bu beenassocla been called a business be secured at the college. All g'otl '....!''t"t ..,. ,
ted with the Duval cocktail and former ,- ,
CountySehool graduates students !, { ; v"
hour Sun- :
aDd
system for ...traiyeu.. Her meeting are asked to contact the school the right time
day at I p.m., at Club Eldorado, taste any .
educational experience Includes 5847 Mooer1et Road. as soon as possible lot ,
teaching History, Mathematics, celebration plans.A QS
Hooter RedmODd Jr. prest-
Health and Science; serving u dent Iw ukedaUpa.rUcIpaUncBlocker grand reunion will be held that's right. of the day" -
Banker counselor at isaiah) members, to contact other on August 7 at the college, and .
JuDJor-8enior HICh it is hoped that students and
c1aumate. for attendance
School and full-thus counselor graduates from afar will attend. :>
; '
at Matthew W. Gilbert Junior- Chas discussed.Repeat reunion. plans wW be The public is Invited.About : r ; J ;
Senior High SchoolShe i
received her high school Performance People E
diploma from. the Boylan-Haven '
berbacbelol'.aDdmuAt; Raines School __ "S :

ter's degrees from Florida 7 ____
AIM University. A repeat performance of"The .r '
Mrs. Walker is a member of Summer Festival of Star ?'w111
the Duval Teacher A.uobe presented Aug. 1 in William/ > .
ciation, National Education As- Raines High School beginning
sociation. Florida Education at 8 p.m. '
Association, Kappa Delta Phi, Following the show, a dance 8j
an honor society in education will be sponsored The event : ,
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, will feature talent froa all r A [ (
Inc., WoodUwn Presbyterian local high schools. Tickets will .
Church, Les Fleur Social and be available Friday and Aug. URS. ESTHER WILSON
Civic Club and other civic organization. 1 at the school Advanced tickets Urs. Esther Wilson an d her
; may also be purchased sister, Urs. Roy Parish will
leave the city Friday for visit O' tI .tiii!
with their nieces and also -" .
;::- ,
friends In New York
Uncle Sam has a couple of City

plans to make your money M {
4 SS
easy to save as it is to spend.. ,5 r k,
There's the Payroll Savings
k Plan where you work. And the f I 'i

Bond.a.Month Plan where you :', :'. )
( : "
bank ; ,,

',j p5s F

WHEN YOU ARE ILL t' se's : f_ 1
j, ';:'t' S 3
5 ? ', ,
You Seek The Best Doctor. MRS. ROY PARISH {:6A :alp"s J
When Your Doctor Prescribe Elder L. M. Sparta of the Mt. ,
c.t Exoerlenced Pharmacists Sinai Holy Church has returnedto : ;''f' ; .
When Your Doctor Prescribes: the city after conducting : '. '
Orders. We Use Only The Best Crusade for Christ RevivalsIn :
Alabama, Georgia and South ;: : t Irn
Quality Drags

Proprietor C. E. BLACK Carolina.The last of the crusade will t'r.: _______
be conducted at lit Sinai ___
Holy _
3 Registered pharmacists TO serve YOU ___
date Church will of be Jacksonville.announced later.The ; ::r.{ ____

----A COMPLETE LINE OF---. ,
,ii! > i-
Women's Day

CoSBetles-Rubber Ooods- Candies-Sundries r
Set For August 24 x4 q ,
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED-
Here's why: Viceroy Is the filter cigarette blended with natural flavor
Organization was held by the fresheners to enrich and improve the true tobacco taste. That's why

Lilly's Drsg Store women Church of for Day their Spring annual Baptist celebration .; ; 1 Viceroy tastes rich.h .good. ,rewarding.,. any time you light up,

which Is scheduled ern axsnasrwuuwwx.nwunxw.xsrid *f 5.' N./S/SJ..f rwthw.A4wv
19Q7 KINGS ROADEL38276 for Aug. 24. Serving as chairman -
will be Urs. Annie Belle
Hartzog and Mrs. Madeline
Simons, co-chairman.



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CHURCH NEWS ..v. C.L. Telffh r Planning For Church Event Continues Coming EventsThe I


_....-.n..__...._.._, ._" A, -
To le (federal choirs of Banish Baptist p.m., In Lee Auditorium Ed
nRST TIMOTHY BAPTIST J'"' Church will be presented in a ward Waters College
Youth Day will be observed Sunday la First Timothy Baptist '. musical,program Sunday at 6 Rev. H. L. Herod will lent
Icehonor -
An appreciation program
Church. church. The program u Muter of Ceremonies
at the
Rev George A. Payne, assistant minister, will deliver the of Rev. C. L. Tettair. i '< p.m., will consist of semi- Bishop Julia Brown and, and the

sermons for the major services. The Sunday School commences pastor of Greater New classics gospel and spiritual Vermel Jones HolyiMn
o at 9.30: a.m., with the Rev Ur. Payne reviewing the Mt. Olive Baptist Church, will selections., Prayer Band will conduct: \the
8
at
j lesson. be presented Sunday p.m., devotion.
l Consecration service at 10:50: and morning service at In the church: auditorium. \ see Other participants include-
11 o'clock. The youth will serve. Evening service at The participants are: Cl Rune :
groups
'.. 'rf/ ', A musical program will be Angelic Spiritual Sheers
McCall Gospel Singers -
6.30: o'clock. Singers Voices of
Sunday at 7 p.m., Jerusalem Blveo
At 1 p.m., Rev D. J. Jones of New Hope Baptist Church and Phillip Gospel Chorus, sponsored in West Union Baptist Church. Specials, Drezel Singer sot Paterson .
congregation, will conduct the service Nathaniel Jackson Octovettes, N. J.
Rev. The participants are: Mrs. M. special guests
Celestial Gospel Singers,
Collins Mrs. Osella Ray Mrs. Rev. W. Williams Bishop
Harriett Gospel
WALTERS MEMORIAL Moss Davis, rt Dorothy Matthews, M r s. B. James B. Brown, Deacon Solomon -
Services Sunday In Walters Memorial AME Zion Church will Singers, ThomnsgingersThelmarettes Brenda Faulks Timmons Evangelist
Miss ,
School at 9.30 with Miss Amy Austin Twins, Miss Hlckson,
begin with the Sunday Fedd Mrs Mil- Bernice Staten, Andrew lie-
Miss Beverly ,
Moreland presiding. Presiding Elder W. J.Limbrlc will reviewthe Ruth Grant, Robert Prater, Dorothy Call, Mrs. Lillle Smith
dred McKnlght Mrs. bd
lesson, "How Shall I Use the Lord's Day." Mrs Rosetta Cohen,Mrs.Mary Daniel Cummings Mrs. Marlon Whitehead.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. The sermon will be preachedby Nealey, Mt. Bethel Male Chorea Byrd, Deacon Mrs
the presiding elder. At 3 p.m., the Women's Home and Harris Singers, Sunbeam Mrs M. B. Story Deacon
Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Bessie H. Singers, Willing Workers Odessa Wiggins; and
C. Balsden.
Tea
Love presiding. Choirs Union. Time

Evening service at 6.30 o'clock. The combined choirs will Also Tonettes, Gospel Echo- S..
render the music and Usher Board 1 will serve Mrs. Annie .U.., Miss Jacquelyn Fort,
,Mae Davis will preside at the instrument. Biven Specials, Mrs. Ethel Davenport Church 2 of the Sunshine 1
Bannister Mrs. Essie Spiritual Church will celebrateits Choir of Mt. Ararat Baptist

MT. VERNON BAPTIST Mae Thomas, Willing Workers n. anniversary at 3 p.m., Sunday Church will sponsor a Summer
Services Sunday in Mt. Vernon Baptist Church begin with the Male Chorus, W r.. Alberta In Sunshine! Church 1, 674 Tea Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m..

Sunday School at 9.30: a.m., with Assistant Superintendent Clarence Latlmore, Scriven GcspelSlng- Florida Avenue. In the Educational Building of
.Robinson in charge. The lesson, "Remember The Lord's ers, High Rising Clouds, Mt THEY PLANNED WOMEN'S DAY---Members of the women's' day committeeof Appearing on program will be: the Church. '

Da)-",will be reviewed by Rev. C. Whitten. Herman Specials,and Rev.Mrs. Bethel Baptist Church Tallahassee, gather here with Rev. C. Georgia Bush Prayer Band, The participants are: Deacons

MorMng service at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Whitten will Jets Jackson. K. Steele Shown with Rev. Steele are seated Mrs. Leroy Simmon Mrs Lillle M. A. Milliner Anderson Rush,
deliver the sermon. At 4:30: p.m., BTU with Mrs. Bertha pastor. DiXon, Willie Williams Miss Mrs. Lucile Williams. Mr.
Richardson presiding. Evening service at 6 o'clock. Rev.G. T. Bethel I AME Bettye S. Lawrence and Mrs. Bertha Black. Standing are Mrs. Eva Carolyn Bryant and Mrs.Carolyn Lillle Webbert, Mrs. Lizzie

McCall pastor, will deliver the sermon. Mannings Mrs. Nevada Beasley and Miss Eugenia Rackard.FAMU Burden. Cummings Mrs Carrie Fin-

The Gospel Chorus and Male Chorus will sing and Usher Board photo by Ernest Fillyau. ley, Mrs Jannle Hill, Miss
5 will serve. The Board of Deacons will meet Monday at 7:30: Plans For ea Elizabeth Best, Mrs. Miranda

p.m., and prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Tuesdayat Tennant Mrs Dorothy King
7.30: p.m. Celebration Association Day The Nathaniel Jackson Octo- Mrs Queenie Murray Mrs.
Joint choir rehearsal will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m., and TWO MINUTES vettes will be presented In W. Murray, Charles Bacon,
.
teachers meeting will be held Thursday at 7p.m. Monthly conference recital Sunday at 8:30:= p.m., Mrs. Annie B.KeDDebrew,Mrs.
baa been scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Rev. Ellsha Jones, pastor of At Day Spring In the House of God, Saints,in A. Thomas and Rev. D. J. Graham
New Bethel AME Church: met NIne 1NE BIBLE: Christ, Florida Ave and Odessa .
NEW HOPE AMEMissionary with the women of the church IT COINIUU .. STAM Mil.MMAN 'Association Day will be Streets

Day will be observed Sunday In New Hope AME and organized for their annual SIU1 tOCMTVCMCAOO A'J.I' observed Sunday In Day Spring The participants Include: Mrs. ....
Church, according to Rev. Z. L. Tyrus, pastor. celebration, which will terminate MUNOM OM! ) Baptist Church with Rev. C. A. Thelma Edwards, Charles

The sermons will be delivered by the pastor Services begin in the early fall. Weaver, pastor, serving U Kemp Mrs Yvonne Jones Miss District 3 of Zion Hope Baptist

with the Sunday School at 9.30: a.m., with Assistant Superintendent The chairmen are: Mrs. El- THE TIME moderator.The Frankie Harris, Miss Cynthia Church will sponsor a SpiritualTea
BUYING UP
James Brewer in charge. nora McBride W r I. Olive theme is, "The Challenge Jackson, Miss Gwendolyn Clp- Sunday in the lower unit of

Morning service at 11 o'clock. At200p.mthepastor: Donalson, and Mrs. Willie M. Only small of Christendom of Church Membership, and the son, Mrs.Shirley Thomas,Mrs. the church
minority
Nineteen hundred Paul even
has called all members to accompany him to Mt. Pleasant Thorpe. Mrs. Queen Brutoo was yean ago theme song Is, "I love Thy Mary Young, Miss Gloria Gar-
believe the Bible
1 rote to hit fellow-believer in the truly and
AME Church Fruit Cove to render service. Choir 1 and Usher selected secretary: and Mrs.Rosa Kingdom Lord.uWrs. vln, Miss Hester Williams sea
Olivia ,ilcinityof Ephetui: "See then that i know the Christ it preRnt.nd'ho.
Board it will serve Sunday throughout the day. Lee Haynes, Mrs V. C. Martin will discuss Miss Beverly Fedd,Miss Gloria
with the In Harrell were named to the 1 ft walk circumspectly not .fooli, very few know' the riches of the topic, "Church Men- Harris and Alberta
Evening service at 6.30: o'clock pastor charge. R. Mrs. Evangelist Bernice Staten will
1 but wiie, redeeming [Lit., buying His gravel! "
publicity,committee. ai at Work and Worship
Monday night, Choir 1 will meet for rehearsal and Tuesdayat bershlp Latlmore. sponsor a Spiritual Tea and
7 p.m., teachers meeting will beheld.At 8 p.m.. Love Feast Program chairmen are: Mrs. I up] the time, because the days areevil" Meanwhile our governments, our The devotion will be conductedby Birthday party Sunday from 4
the choir will Willie Mae Jones and Mrs. 4 (Eph. 5:15): educational institutions and our social Mrs. Estelle Ogden; occasion ea
service will be conducted. Saturday, youth re- to 6 p.m., In the home of Mrs.
hearse. Dual Day will be observed Sept 25 throughout the day. Ollie Williams. Other committee Those were indeed evil days, systens are becoming: ever more Mrs. Mable Yankee; Nellie M. Spikes 1662 W. 36th
,
chairmen are: Mrs. M. then( a wicked tyrant ruled the godless. The result The new.papers soloist, Miss Joyce Taylor. Districts 1, Z, 5, and 11 5f
St
Cooper Mrs. Minnie Davis, 1 Roman Empire, when Messiah had Day Spring Baptist Church will
I, radio and TV-even a trip Music at 11 a.m., will be ren-
Ushers Union Group Daily Bible School Mrs. L. B. Hall, Evangelist 1 been rejected not only in incarnation downtown to any fair-sued city will dered by Choir 1 with Mrs. observe their anniversary sae
I Vivian Williams, Mrs Juanita I l ,but in resurrection, and Christianity tell us all we need to know R. P. Askew and Mrs Willie Jointly Aug. 14, beginning at
Bailey Mrs. A. Graham Miss i fighting life-and-death 4 p.m., in the church auditorium -
was a Mae Willis at the Instruments.The .
Once again "the days are evil"and Del Rio Ladles Club will
pre
Slates Anniversary Runs Until AugustThe Helen Williams, Mrs. E. Jones I battle to penetrate the prevailing the Lord's coming for His own forum will be conductedat sent a Pretty Hat Tea Sunday
and Mrs. Serena Tolbert. darkness with the light of Mrs. Rosa Bell Barnes Barrows -
pagan 2.30: p.m., with the pastorin
imminent. There I.still much from 4
Cripples Children's Club The Dally Vacation Bible The chairman has called a Cod's grace. seems charge. The topic is, "The will be the speaker.Other to6p.m.atAcornStreetCommunity
of the Friendly Westside Ushers School will continue in St Paul special meeting for Sunday following Surely Paul never dreamed that talk about lasting peace and pros.perity Membership of the Church In talent in the city: will partici Center. Prizes: will

Union will observe its anniversary AME Church through Aug. 5, the morning service. the dispensation of grace would continue but no thoughtful person Prayer Meeting and Church Attendance pate. be given for the three prettiest
In that Stokes will
believes headed
that we are hats. Mrs. Georgia
Friday at 8 p.m., in with Mrs Dora Anderson in for nineteen hundred years ;. ***
Walters Memorial AME Zion charge St. StephensIn longer He expected the Lord to direction. Rather the world appears Members of the panel are: be the speaker.
to be heading straight toward theprophe.ied Temple Lodge 340, F. It A.M.,
Church. Other officers are: Mrs. Ira come at any time to recall His of His wrath" Rev. J. B, Kenchln, Rev. E. will observe Its 60th anniversary ....
The participants are: Mrs E. Washington, secretary; ambassadors and bring the day of "day W. Malnor Rev. E. Gardner, Sunday at 3p.m.tMt,
M. Norton Mrs. T. B. McCall, Lorraine Everett, assistant AnniversaryThe grate to a close.\ Hence the urgency What a comfort then, it is to Deacon Bennie Brown, Deacon Vernon Baptist,Church "1462
Mrs Emma Harris, Mrs.Susie principal; A. W. Cottrell Mrs. of hit appeal '"8.y up eke. lime,, the believer,'to know that "God E. D. Grant,Robert Mallard and Prince Street, ": to
Brown Ronald ,Sneed, ,Miss Marlon Morse Mrs.Ella Allen,, Male Chorus of St.Stephen "brroust Ikt days art ml/," hath not appointed us unto wrath, Mrs.' Feola Hart. Soloist is-:'>Worshipful pastel according Ernest t The ,Nurses Aid Board will
f Cheryr-.- Brow .-Mrs.Cooali" Mrs;II.'Matthews and ktrs.-A.- AMS Church will observe its But )if Paul had reason 'to';iuspttl" but to obtain salvation' by our Lord. Mrs. Bertha Kelly. Sholr 1' Pierce. sponsor a tea'Sunday from 3

'jJ" Roberts, Mrs. Minnie Banks, Richardson. first anniversary Sunday at 8 that the day of grace would soon Jesus Christ, who died for ui. and Usher Board 1 will serve Rev. W. W. Whitehead of Con- to 5 p.m., in the church basement -
Mrs. Johnnie M. Alba Mrs. Junior staff members are: p.m., in the church auditorium. be brought to a close, we today (Then, 5:9,10)), "For the Scripturesaith The following districts have Mrs Temple Baptist Church
M.;L. Glover, P. and Miss Connie Alexander, Miss Hostesses will be the membersof have greater reason, to think so. \\hosoe believeth on Him been asked to report to the Savannah Ga. will ,
deliver
the
r Rev. H. C. Archie, host pastor. Evelyn Boston, Miss L. Neal, the Young Women of Allen, Now that the light of the gospel has shall not be ashamed" and "who- church secretary: Districts 3, annual sermon, and Past Grand asA

Usher Board 4 of Grant Memorial Miss Clara Whipple. Rev. H. and special quests will be Usher been brought to Europe, America soever shall call upon the name of 15, 17, 28, 29, 30, Deaconess Secretary Claude Hawkins will
AME Church will serve, Hayes, Rev A. Bodlson, Rev. Board 1, host church; Male and many other parts of the world, the Lord shall be saved" (Rom. Board 1 Pulpit Aid Board and five the occasion. Friendship Tea will be sponsored -
and Usher Board 4 of Mt Olive will Alvin Jones, Miss Gwendolyn Chorus, St. Paul AME Church, men are turning their backs on It.WHAT'S 10:1: I. 13)). Usher Board 1. An Invitation has been extended Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.,

Primitive Baptist Church Jones, Miss Robbie Harris, Zion Hope, Gate City Four, BTU begins at 5:45: p.m., with to: the public to attend. In the home of Mrs.Emma Watkins -
be guest Miss J. Weaver and Miss Gwen- Bethlehem Choir, Grant Memo- *" Miss Gladys Crapps In charge 1362 W. 25th St., in
dolyn Cole. rial AME Philadelphia Baptist, BEHIND OUR MORAL DECLINE ? Evening service at 7 o'clock. *** Interest of the Dual Day celebration
The school is open dally Summerville's Duet, New .. The senior choirs will sing. 'Mrs. Inca Blvens at St Matthew Baptist
UNITED from 8.30a.m.: ,to 12:30 o'clock. Bethel AME southside, Eman- One does not have to be a prudeto standingdarkened, being alienated and the Cos1 -
STATES Sunday School begins at 9.30 Echoes will Church. Donald Carter will be
SAVINGS aYONOS Parents have been asked to send yel Baptist, C. A. Tiles and conclude that our country is suffering from the life of God through the am., with Superintendent E. Ith observe their the speaker.
their children daily. Rev. J. S. Johnson, pastor. a serious moral decline Our irnorance that is in them because of Benthone in charge, assisted by anniversary Aug. 7 at 8:30:
rulers and law enforcement agenciesseem the blindness of their heart; who
Mrs. W. M. McKelton and Mrs.F. .
powerless to cope with It, being past feeling [conscience] have REGISTER
T. Johnson The pastor FOR FALL CLASSES
\
.
Now; Campaigns to check it seem vain given themselves over to lasciviousness will review the lesson. Friday -
J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI has to work uncleanness\ with _
night Rev. C. Weaver, Starting Sept. 1, 8 p.m.
4 Locationsto warned us again and again that the greediness" This, sad to say, is an choir, ushers, officers and
Serve You3118EdgewoodAve.W. alarmngra! of this downward trend accurate description of increasing members will worship In West HOSPITAL AIDE COURSE SPECIAL CLASS FOR SING-
spells* ruin for America if it isn't number in America today. They Friendship Baptist Church for PRE SCHOOL WORKERS ERS

checked soon. But what most people are throwing off restraint and going the Ministers, Deacons and CLASS
.
1 3101 EMERSON fail to realize if that behind this after uncleanness"with greediness." Laymen's Union, auxilary to the 'CAgER SALES CLERK GUITAR PlANO BAND
moral decline there Is a spiritual But this is not liberty It is en. Union St James Association.: INS UMENTS
830 CASSAT AVE. decline People have departed<
God and His Word. strength but of weakness It doei I will serve. Bolden's College Of Music
1824 WEST BEAVER Paul's letter to the Romans tellsus not indicate superior intelligence,,, Districts 1,2,5, 11 will meets

how the heathen got that lI'ay. but grossest ignorance and Aug. 14 in the church audi- 1816 W. 2011 Street Registrar El 6-G4S!
Rom. 1:21: 22 ..y.i "When they from alienation from God. torium. Aug. lS-l9the national
SUGAR CUREDPICNICS knew Cod they glorified Him not as How much better off are them, meeting of the prayer bands will
God, neither were thankful, but became whohavecomctoknowGoJ through be held
SAVE 39 vain in their imagination and Christ! Of these the apostle says:: A Rainbow Tea will be sponsored -
I i their foolish heart was darkened. "And you, who were once alienated!I Aug. 21 from 4 to 6
I'rofeiming themselves: to I bv wine and enemies in your mind by wicked I p.m., by the captains of the i i ir iv
they became fooU," and the following works, yet now hath He reconciled,. Women's Day celebration,in the
verse tell how God finally had in the body of His /flesh, through I dining area of the church.
5 Ibs. DIXIE CRYSTAL to:give them up" to "unclcanne death, to present you holy, and un- On Aug. 22-26, a week of
$S,00 and "vile affections"-all because blameable and unreprovable in Hu I "Outskirts Fellowship" will be

SUGARWITH MORE 39 .., "they did not like to retain God In sight" (Col.! I 1:21: 22)). Through sponsored by the captains. Aug.

ORDER their knowll'tlu"'cr.! ( 28)). faith in Christ whodkd for our sin,,, 28, Women's Day will be observed .
St. Paul further describes them inEph.4.l7I9walking"imhevlmty then, we may be reconciled in Go J!I with Mrs. A. B.Hartxogts
and delivered from "this present; chairman and Mrs. 81. Ser
WHITE of their mind, having the under- evil age" (Gal 1.4): ). mons, co-chairman.: 'F
Monday night, all ladles of all
Reg.Z/35 ........... chorls have been asked to meetat
10
BREAD 7:30 o'clock for the rehear
SAVE8t1oaf sal for the annual celebration,
with Mrs. R. Adkew and Mrs.
MADAM BESSIE W. M. Willis in charge.

SAVE 10' FLA.
She will read your entire life-past,present and
future. She asks no questions but will tell you
29C Grant Memorial
RSAlb. :what you want to know, living date and facts of]

outtiness. love, health and family affairs. Will]
help you find lost act TELL you whom you will] AME Plans
marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what' ,

SAVE 39! FRESH GROUND part of the country is luckiest for you, and what ito c
3 do to be successful.,will reunite the separated,I
$1 locate absent friends and relatives, and cause I Women's Day

BEEF Ibs.r happiness between man and wife. Make. up --

lover's quarrels. Tells, If slcknessorbadlucklsl Rev. A. J. Reddlck, pastor of
r natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell to Grant Memorial AME Church, KEN KNIGHT
please you, but will tell the truth. One visit will repay you for met with the women and organi-
:" SAVE " open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Come celebration, which has been You To Listen To-
15 and see why- you are so unhappy, why everything seems to go scheduled for Oct. 23.
BACON wronc. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you Elected chairman was Mrs. BIG BAND

L, Lb. can be helped and everything made clear by 'co n1tlnC THIS Evelyn Odum, and Mrs.Frankie
f GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NGUAIL/NSWEKI.D. S. Gurton Is co-chairman.:
P, Fla. TT BRAND STEWING 1 mate no house all Don't mistake the address, MADAM Mrs. Lenora Smith was elected "DANCE PARTY"
:. I BESSIE is located north of CallahanonHwy.301,1/2 mile from program chairman; Mrs. Vlvlenne -

SAVE 15 City of CALLAHAN Florida Phone 179-2250. E. Kicks, public relations
HENS WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE chairman and Mrs. Pecola Hopkins >> Nightly 11:30 til 12:00: SitmgpB

I Ian1 ||JBHATCI Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL' co-c:ba I r m u. Other .
: Open daily 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Including Sundays officers, chairmen were elected 1400 WRHC
Witt' Uflkt CLIPPING GIVES TO A $2 READING for $1 UOO"t.
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Exploitation New York Names 'Mr Talent" Stars In New Film i Plan Negro

,.- ... ...... YoHfh Gets

1- Blamed For Civilian. Dominated Staff For Training, As


Watts Riots Police BoardNEW Lava CorpDES Page Boy :i

11 YORK -- It was a
It t B LOS ANGELES -<(NPI>- Coni tale of two cities,as riot-struck PLAINES, 111. -NPI-
sumer exploitation plays a role Chicago refused to appoint a The explosively-growing Lava WASHINGTON -(NPI)- Four-
In sparking race riots Mrs. civilian police review board Corporation of Des Plalnes, teen-year-old Lowell Vincent
: Esther Peterson special assistant while New York named a ill., manufacturers of the exotic Muse In September gets an
i to President Johnson civilian-dominated police board new Lava Lite line, plans to opportunity rarely given to a
a for consumer affairs,declared.: -with two Negro m.mber--u expand its sales organizationwith youngster his ag*. He will enter
- "One of the tragedies of Watts an effort to "relieve distrust." i a national Negro sales the Capitol Page School to begin I
, Harlem, and Philadelphia hasp In Chicago, Police SupU O. W. staff of 16 district representatives training as a page with the U. I
teen the failure of authorities Wilson declined to accede to v V v Y r and a sales manager S. Supreme Cout, and he is
, and Investigators to understandt Dr. Martin Luther King's demand according to an announcementmade quite happy about it. He once
t the consumer aspects of these that a civilian police review last week by Adolph Wer- saw the high court in session I
. violent upheavals," she said. board be appointed. The Y rr rv v tbelmer, corporation president.The during a class visit last March I
4 H She Quoted a Watts residentas police superintendent defendedthe firm, located at 3166 Des and was quite impressed by
saying after the' riots, right of policemen to be Plalnes Ave., Is one of the first "the distinguished people..." l
"Looting and robbing are not Judged by their peers,and noted In the nation to organize a The youth,an eight grade honor
the same things. When you loot that police review boards are coasttocoast Negro sales student at Langley Junior High
\' a credit store, you are just often much tougher on policemen staff. The new sales organization School who was highly
r H taking back some of the Interest than civilian boards. will represent the Lava recommended by his teachers
they: have been charging you Mayor Richard J. Daley sup- line in all markets.In for the page Job is the soaof
on those high-priced install- ported Wilson in his stand.A making the announcement Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher H.Muse
men! things they sell you on few days later,rioting began t Wertheimer stated: "We are and serves with the Youth Group
time." on Chicago's Westside amid looking for good sales personnel at Israel CME Church.
Negroes have special reasons charges of police brutality.In to augment our existing His parents are both clerk-
for becoming I consumer- New York, Mayor John sales organization of 86 Lava typists at the Pentagon, and so
'
oriented she said. "This is Lindsay and Police Commissioner salesmen and factory repre- Lowell comes by his interestin
because so many of them have Howard R. Leary sentatives. The phenomenal government nat srally. He
low Incomes and are targets appointed a seven-member growth of the Lava Corporationand hopes to go on to college and
of economic'! exploitation.There police review board.The mayor the overwhelming accep eventually become a computer
seems to be an extra and the commissioner each tance of Lava Lite, offers good enigineer. His favofite subjectin
penalty for being poor. The named a Negro. A Puerto Rican: earning possibilities for the school Is rocketry and Is
people with the least money are was also appointed along with salesmen we plan to hire. The currently toying with combustible -
often the ones who pay the two men active in the civil a men will cover all Lava Lite materials trying to makea
highest price" rights movement. markets throughout the coun- rocket.
Mrs. Peterson suggested a According to Algernon 1 try
total attack, a national program D. Black,chairman of the board The firm recently introducedan Technician Gets
to combat consumer frus the purpose of the board is ...!'e .:. expanded line of Lava Lite,
trations. This program would "relief of tension and distrust In 12 custom-designed decora-
involve everybody because if there 1s any in this city." Sammy Davis, Jr. as a jazz musician beset portrays Adam Johnson a famed jazz musician tor models. The exclusive line, New Post
"We are not doing the whole Black 1s an NAACP director. with personal and professional problems w i t h perfound personal and the only decorative accessory KWAJALEIN
Job if ;we don't help people get Three police department officials finds comfort in the arms of clvll- professional problems. of its kind in the world was Marshall Islands
Although these -
the most for their money." were named to the board r i h t s, worker Cicely In this originally developed in Europeand
g Tyson problems
She stressed three types of by the police commissioner. stem from the accidental death Introduced successfully to Powell, 46-year-old RCA
consumer action: consumers Among them was Franklin A. poignant scene from Joseph E. levine's of his wife some years before, sany of United States and Canadian field service technician from
helping themselves through information Thomas Negro deputy com- "A Man Called Adam, "" an Embassy Pictures them find expression in the delicate area markets last November. the Philadelphia service I In

and education; better missioner in charge of legal release. According to reports, of Negro-white relationships, and in the Lava lAte, available in adult but South his f Pacific new assignment is old stuff Is
consumer protection laws; and matters. :and children's models is sold
"A Man Called Adam" Is the first major continual anguish ,
better communications attendant upon something else again.Powell .
betweenthe Mayor Lindsay appointed the any I nationally In most consumerand
American film prouuction concerned primarily celebrated Negro has become the first
consumer and the business civilian members. Among them personality existing I commercial markets. Retail -
man. was Dr. Walter I. Murray, a with Negro life since ""A RaisinIn "in white America. I outlets include department Negro to be involved In the U.

She also urged public support Negro who U professor of the Sun"" four years ago. Davis Ij IJ J stores, gift and floral shops, S.missile space research program asa
of the long-delayed truth-in- education at Brooklyn College. j furniture and appliance dealers, tracking station tech-
packing law which will let The new civilian-dominated !Jewelers drug stores and toy nician.He .
shoppers get the best buy by police review board had one First Negro NamedTo Howard U. Gracr-J dealers. was brought to the Marshall
being able to compare prices drawback, however. It has no Segregation Seen Experienced salesmen Islands for that purpose by
themselves. enforcement power and being Named EEO Official t tt throughout the country can contact Radio Corporation of America
"Together we must work for only an advisory body can be Parole Post t the Lava Corporation for after passing a competitive ex-
equality in the marketplace," overruled by the police com CHICAGO -NP1)-( Mrs. Marie 1 further information. amination.
she said. missioner. Hampering Medicare I FRANKFORT, Ky.NPIThe( Poston a Howard University A product of Tuskegee
A policeman will be tried by first Negro named to the Ken- economic major graduate, anda Baptist Institute Institute and the University of
his fellow policeman,as before, tucky State Parole Board is career government employee, Hawaii where he took
Keys ToIntegration If the commissioner does not William C.Brummell,59-year- has been named Chicago region To Host TrainingCHICAGO electronic courses, Powell received -

go along with the review board's Plan In SouthATLANTA old director Louisville- al director Equal Employment -CNPIThe Chicago additional training at
findings. Jefferson County Children's Opportunity Commission.A Baptist Institute will host the the Brooklyn Navy Yard wherehe
native of she was electrical
In Chicago, it was much the Home. Philadelphia Illinois Baptist State Sunday power house
same story. Police brutality -NPI>- Die-hard: t have applied for Medicare In Brummell, who was picked by will have charge of regional School and Baptist Training inspector until 1962.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -(NPI)- complaints are handled by the segregation In hospitals looms I seven southeastern states still Gov. Edward J. Brat ltt Jr., affairs until a director Is Union Congress, Aug. 812. He also served with the Officeof
Teachers and school admini- to succeed a retiring board named. The position puts her Civilian Personnel, War Department -
Internal Investigations Division u a serious threat to the Medicare have not been certified for the Delegates from churches
strators are really the keysto will received $12,000a in charge of the region that as a communication
South. federal member the state
of the Chicago Police Depart- program in the Deep program which began across are expectedto
desegregation of the nation's ment. A survey reveals that about t officially on July 1.that year for a term that runs covers Illinois North andSouth attend, according to the Rev. tectmlclan-. nspector, stationed

Seeley classrooms director,_.de,lared Equal David Op- But like the:new review board 31.per cent of the hospital : As a consequence many patients from July 16 to May, 18. 1970.__ I Dakota stn. Minnesota- ,. and Wlscon William. L.. Bransford. ,,b dean,, in the Japan PhUl bw.Okinawa) ,.'Guam_L and
in New York Chicago's: I. I.D., 03 and over, who do not
protunltles Division U. S. has only an advisory status, NAACP Issues have access to certified "
Office of Education last week. and only Police Supt. Wilson hospitals will be unable to take
I Speaking to 200 delegates tothe can take action on complaints advantage of Medicare funds
National Education Association against policemen. Boycott Guide largely because hospitals in
convention be said that school Meanwhile the Patrolmen's their areas have failed to com-
administrators are "too timid Benevolent Association and the ply with desegregation provl
and too Conservative Party filed sepa- NEW YORK-NAACPGeneral sloes of the 1964 Civil Rights
closely attached" to
local rate petitions with the city clerk Counsel Robert L. Carter has Act. RKETS
political authority to assume -
the urging a referendum on the issued a comprehensive digest A total of 652 out of 945 SUPER MA
necessary leadership civilian-controlled board. The of proper procedures to be followed hospitals In the southeastern
and that the teachers will haveto
petitions had a total of more by NAACP branches region which applied for Medi-
take the lead instead.
than 92,000 signatures. whenever a boycott and care funds had been certified
City officials: acted in an picketing are involved.As u of July 1.
QCEAN RHYTHMSThe attempt to block a possible he said in his memorandum Only 20 of 95 applications U.S. GOOD CHUCKROAST
tide cycle: : of the oceans referendum. prepared for release at theorcanlzatlon" from Mississippi bad been ap-

vanes by SO minutes every day 57th annual convention proved. ''
in Los Angeles, July Some civil have
the Catholic: Digest states rights groups V'.
5-fl, "Failure to understand or complaint that many hospitals c 45
refusal to follow correct procedures already certified actually are :., LB.
Royal Art Studio can cripple the not in compliance with Title
association by subjecting its VI of the Civil Rights Act. The
local officers and workers to act requires specific desegregation -
staggering money Judgments." steps In order to qualify
STILL TAKING He was referring specifically for federal aid. CENTER CUTPORK
to the $85,000 verdict against While the Medicare battle was
the National Office, the Savannah raging in the South, delegates
INSTANTPICTURES Ga., Branch and its to the American Medical Association 79
officials which the Supreme convention in Chicago LB.
Court has let stand in a case debated a requirement by some
involving a civil rights boycott states that doctors, who workon
of a white merchant.Mr. government-financed projects -
Carter urged NAACP units sign a pledge to comply
I to use picketing and peaceful with the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
,protest u freely as ever but Doctors speaking in opposition FAB
to be absolutely sure of two before the AMA House of Dele-
things before picketing: that gates emphasized that their
NOW LOCATED AT the purpose of such protest is determination to resist the requirement -
lawful and can be so proven; did not indicate they DETERGENT *
and that NAACP persons conduct favored discrimination In media REG.PKG. '15
the protest within the cal care, but rather an objection
RUSHING ST.54ME :
71.0 confines of local rules and that
to take an oath to any government -
the picketing is always peaceful. body about anything. LIMIT 1 WITH (5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
"The key Is to be sure of the I
PHONE 3541894 facts, and to be sure the people Deadline ForApplications
who know the facts will .
be willing and available to testi- BLUE PLATE .V,

You Don't Hfve TO ao To Town To Get fy to the facts. Do not picket on
the basis of rumors because ata
later date when a law suit has
to be defended what you thought ALBANY, Ga. Freshman MAYONNAISE 29
LOW PRICESDRUG to be the facts may not be and all new students planning QT.
enough. Be certain that a reliable to attend Albany State CoUege
person who will make a are urged to get their appllca-,
STORE NEEDS LIMIT 1 WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
good witness is on duty at the lions for Fall Quarter admis-
scene of the picketing at all sion into the office on or before
--------- times. Then, no matter what August 1, 1966. Students should

Trade, lth your Neighborhood Drug store charges are later brought, we plan now regarding their Fall
HE WILL M4ET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL can counter with testimony of Quarter Admissions in order' PAN READY FROZEN SHRIMP 10 OZ. PIG. 59
our own people who were on that all information
pagers ''U.Dllliver. we also fill all DOC.tnrs necessary
the scene at all times, and who and test scores will be available 10 F
prescriptions. YELLOW ONIONS
i can truthfully say that picketing at the earliest possibledate. 18.
was always within permissiblelimits. .
." The Scholastic Aptitude Test FOREMOST ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS GAl. 45
Dixie Pharmacy Mr. Carter reminded local will be administered on the
NAACP officials to take the campus on August 9 for the ;t
time and trouble to plan their late comers provided they makedirect HOLSUM WHITE BREAD .: URGE LOAf 10
protest activities carefully and application to the Office,
1302 Kings Road At Myrtle Avenue In consultation with the national of Records and Admissions DEL MONTE CATSUP 25
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legal staff whenever possible. application for the exam shouldbe BOTTLE

made immediately followingthe .' .
Phones Elfin 555979.8. VACATION TIP filing of the application MONOGRAM RICE 3 LB. BAG 35GVEGETOiE

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CHURCH NEWS Rev. (.L. Telfiii Planning For Church Event Continues 'Coming Events .


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To leAn Heuro.l. The choirs of Banish Baptist p.m., in Lee Auditorium,
FIRST TOOTHY BAPTIST ,,'" \
; to amusical ward Waters College
be presented
Youth Day will be observed Sunday la First Timothy Baptist ';ri j Church will Sunday at 6 Rev H. L. Herod will ser
,program
to '
appreciation program
Church.
The u Master of Ceremonies, i
> church. program
Rev George A. Payne, assistant minister, will deliver the honor of Rev. C. L. Tettair r p.m., at will the consist of semi- Bishop Julia Brown and

sermons for the major services The Sunday School commences pastor of Greater New .: and spiritual V If m t1 Jones Holyligtj
at 9:30: a.m., with the Rev Mr. Payne reviewing. the Mt. Olive Baptist Church, will classics, gospel Prayer Band will conduct th
',, lesson be presented Sunday at 8 p.m., selections. devotion.

Consecration service at 10:50: turn., and moraine service at to the church auditorium. : ..* Other participants include]
:
11 /clock. The youth groups will serve. Evening service at The participants are: CUftooe ', \ "k';<' will be Angelic Spiritual Singers]
A musical program
6:30 o'clock.At Singers, McCall Gospel Sing-
: Gr 7 Voices of Jerusalem, Bin
at ,
p.m.
8 p.m., Rev. D. J. Jones of New Hope Baptist Church and Its, Phillip Gospel Chorus, sponsored Sunday Church. Specials, DrezelSlngersof
will conduct the service Nathaniel Jackson Octovettes, in West Union Baptist
congregation, Rev. The participants are: Mrs. 14, arson, N. J., special guests!
Celestial Gospel Singers,
Rev. W. Williams Blshod
,
Ozella Ray Mrs. ,
Mrs ,
Collies,
WALTERS MEMORIAL MOlt Davis, Harriett Gospel
Mrs. B. James B. Brown, Deacon Solo-
Services Sunday In Walters Memorial AME ZIon Church will Singers, Thomas Singers,Thel- Dorothy Matthews, Faulks mon Timmons, Evangelist]
begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., with Miss Amy marettes, Austin Twins, Miss Hlckson, Miss Brenda Mrs Mildred -, Bernice Staten, Andrew Mc.
Moreland presiding Presiding Elder W. J.Umbric will review Ruth Grant, Robert Prater, Miss Beverly Fedd, Dorothy CalL Mrs LIllie Smith and]
Mrs.
the lesson, "How Shall I Use the Lord's Day." Mrs Rosetta Cohen,Mrs Mary McKnight, Mrs. Marlon Whitehead
Morning service at 11 o'clock. The sermon will be preached Nealey, Mt. Bethel Male Chorus Byrd, Deacon Daniel Cum-
by the presiding t elder. At 3 p.m., the Women's Home and Harris Singers, Sunbeam wings, Mrs. M. B. Story, Mrs
I Foreign Missionary Society: will meet with Mrs Bessie H. Singers, Willing Workers Odessa Wiggins, and Deacon
Love presiding Choirs Union. C. Balsden. Tea TimeChoir

; Evening service at 6.30: o'clock. The combined choirs will Also Tonettes, Gospel Echoettes. ***
: render the music and Usher Board 1 will serve. Mrs. Annie Miss Jacquelyn Fort,
,Mae Davis will preside at the Instrument. Blven Specials, Mrs. Ethel Da- Church 2 of the Sunshine 1 of Mt. Ararat
celebrateits Baptist
venport Bannister, Mrs Essie Spiritual Church will
MT. VERNON BAPTIST Mae Thomas, Willing Workers anniversary at 3 p.m., Sun Church will sponsor a SummerTea
:t Services Sunday In Mt. Vernon Baptist Church begin with the Male Chorus, II r a. Alberta day in Sunshine Church 1, 674 Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.,
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Assistant Superintendent Clarence Latimore, Scrlven GospelStog- Florida Avenue. In the Educations Building of
;::1 i ,Robinson in charge. The lesson, "Remember The Lord's era, High Rising Clouds, ML THEY PLANNED WOMEN'S DAY---Members of the women's day committeeof Appearing on program will be: the Church. .
Da-"will be reviewed by Rev. C. Whltten.Mor&ng Bash Prayer Band, The participants: DeaconsA.
Herman Specials,and Rev.Mrs Bethel Baptist Church, Tallahassee, gather here with Rev. C. Georgia
: service at 11 The Women will Llllie M. Milliner, Anderson Rush
o'clock. Rev. Mr. Jettle Jackson Leroy Simmon, Mrs ,
deliver the sermon. At 4:30: p.m., BTU with Mrs. Bertha K. Steele pastor. Shown with Rev. Steele are, seated Mrs. Dixon Willie Williams, Miss Mrs. Lucile Williams, Mrs.
Richardson presiding. Evening service at 6 o'clock.: Rev.G. T. Bethel AME Bettye S. Lawrence and Mrs. Bertha Black. Standing are Mrs. Eva Carolyn Bryant and Mrs.Caro- Lillle Webbert, Mrs Llztle

McCall, pastor, will deliver the sermon. Mannings, Mrs. Nevada Beasley and Miss Eugenia Rackard. --FAMU lyn Burden. Cummings, Mrs Carrie Fin-
Toe Gospel Chorus and Male Chorus will sing and Usher Board photo by Ernest FI Ilyau. ley, Mrs Jannie Hill, Miss
5 will serve. The Board of Deacons will meet Monday at 7:30 Plans ForCelebration sea Elizabeth Best, Mrs. Maranda
p.m., and prayer meeting and Bible study will be held Tuesdayat Tennant, Mrs. Dorothy King,
7:30: p.m. Association The Nathaniel! Jackson Octo- Mrs. Queenle Murray, Mrs.
Joint choir rehearsal will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m., and TWO MINUTES Day vettes will be presented In W. Murray, Charles Bacon,
teachers meeting will be held Thursday at 7p.m. Monthly conference =, recital Sunday at 8:30:: p.m., Mrs. Annie B.Kennebrew,Mrs.
has scheduled for 8:15: p.m. Rev. Elisha Jones, pastor of At Day Spring In the House of God, Saints in A. Thomas and Rev D. J. Graham
New Bethel AME Church met III1H tHE BIBLE Christ, Florida Ave. and Odessa .
NEW HOPE AMEMissionary with the women of the church IT COINIUUt .. RAM Nil.HMAN 'Association Day will be Streets.
Day will be observed Sunday In New Hope AME and organized for their annual Mil tOCWTY /J observed Sunday to'Day Spring The participants include: Mrs. ....
Church, according to Rev. Z. L. Tyrus, pastor. celebration, which will terminate CHICAGO, IIUNOI MMSBUYING 1 Baptist Church with Rev, C. A. Thelma Edwards, Charles
The sermons will be delivered by the pastor. Services begin In the early fall. Weaver, pastor, serving as Kemp, Mrs.Yvonne Jones,Miss District 3 of Zion Hope Baptist
with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Assistant Superintendent The chairmen are: Mrs El- moderator.The Frankie Harris, Miss Cynthia Church will sponsor a SpiritualTea
James Brewer In charge. nora McBride, Mr*. Olive UP THE TIME theme is, "The Challengeof Jackson, Miss Gwendolyn Glp- Sunday In the lower unit of

Morning service at 11 o'clock. :At 2.00p.m., the pastor Donalson, and Mrs. Willie M. Nineteen hundred Paul Only small minority of even Christ.endom Church Membership, and the sour Mrs.Shirley Thomas,Mrs. the church.
has called all members to accompany him to Mt. Pleasant Thorpe. Mrs. Queen Bruton was year. ago theme song Is, "1 love Thy Mary Young Miss Gloria Gar-
selected secretary and Mrs 'wrote to hi. fellowbeliever In the truly believe the Bible and ....
AME Church Fruit Cove to render service. Choir 1 and Usher Kingdom Lord. vin, Miss Hester Williams,
Board will serve Sunday throughout the day. Rosa Lee Haynes, Mrs. Olivia 'vicinity of Epheiui: "See then that know the Christ It presents-and Mrs. V. C. Martin will discuss Miss Beverly Fedd,Miss Gloria
Evening service at 6:30: o'clock with the pastor In charge. Harrell were named to the 'ye walk circumipectty, not at fooli, how very few know the riches of the topic, "ChurchMen- R. Harris and Mrs. Alberta Evangelist Bernice Staten will
Monday night, Choir 1 will meet for rehearsal, and Tuesday publicity,committee. but a. wile, redeeming [Lit., buying His gravel) bership at Work and Worship." Latimore. sponsor a Spiritual Tea and
Program chairmen are: Mrs upl I ] the time became the dayi are Meanwhile our government, our The devotion will be conducted
at 7 p.m., teachers meeting will be held.At 8 p.m., Love Feast Birthday party Sunday from 4
service will be conducted. Saturday, the youth choir will re- Willie Mae Jones and Mrs. I evil" (Eph. 3:15): ). educational institution and our social by Mrs Estelle Ogden; occasion ... to 6 p.m., In the home of Mrs.
hearse. Dual Day will be observed Sept. 25 throughout the day. Ollie Williams. Other commit. Those were indeed evil day., lyiten are becoming ever more Mrs. Mable Yankee; Nellie M. Spikes, 1662 W. 36th
tee chairmen are: Mrs. M. 'when a wicked tyrant ruled the godless. The result The newspapers soloist, Miss Joyce Taylor. Districts 1, Z, 5, and 11 Cooper, Mrs. Minnie Davis, Roman Empire, when Messiah! had radio and T\-even a trip Music at 11 a.m., will be ren- Day Spring Baptist Church will
Ushers Union Group Daily Bible School Mrs L. B. Hall, Evangelist 1 been rejected not only In incarna downtown to any fair-sized city will dered by Choir 1 with Mrs.R. observe their anniversary ....
I Vivian Williams, Mrs. Juanlta tion but In resurrection and Christianity tell us all we need to know. P. Askew and Mrs Willie Jointly Aug. 14, beginning at
Bailey, Mrs. A. Graham, Miss wit fighting a life-and-death Mae Willis at the Instruments.The 4 p.m., in the church auditor
Once again "the day are evil"And Del Rio Ladles Club will pre
Slates Anniversary Runs Until AugustThe Helen Williams Mrs. E. Jones ium.
the
battle to penetrate prevailing the Lord' coming for His own forum will be conducted sent a Pretty Hat Tea Sunday
and Mrs Serena Tolbert. darkness with the light of Mrs. Rosa Bell Barnes Barrows -
pagan at 2:30 p.m., with the pastor
Imminent. There I I.till much from 4 to6p.m.atAcornStreet
Cripples Children's Club The Daily Vacation Bible The chairman has called a God't grace.Surely seems In charge. The topic Is, "The will be the speaker.Other Center Prizes will
of the Friendly Westside Ushers School will continue In St. Paul special meeting for Sunday following Paul never dreamed that talk about lasting peace and pros Membership of the Church In talent In the city will partici- be Community for the three prettiest
Union will observe Its anniver- AME Church through Aug. 5, the morning service the dispensation of grace would continue perity, but no thoughtful in person Prayer Meeting and Church At pate. hats.given Mrs. Georgia Stokes will
believe that headed that
sary Friday at 8 p.m., In with Mrs. Dora Anderson In for nineteen hundred years we are tendance." ...
direction. Rather the world be the speaker.
Walters Memorial AME Zion charge. St. Stephens longer He expected the Lord to appear Members of the panel are:
to be heading straight toward theprophesied Temple Lodge 340, F.4 A.M.,
Church. Other officers are: Mrs. Ira come at any time to recall His wrath." Rev. J. B. Kenchln, Rev. E. will observe its 60th anniversary ....
of Hi
The participants are: Mrs E. Washington, secretary; ambassador and bring the day of "day W. Mainor, Rev. E. Gardner, Sunday at 3pm.inML
M. Norton, Mrs. T. B. McCall, Lorraine Everett, assistant IH AnniversaryThe grace to a close Hence the urgencyof What a comfort, then, it is to Deacon Beanie Brown, DeaconE. Vernon Baptist 'ChurCh, "1462
Mrs Emma Harris, Mrs.Susle principal; A..W. Cottrell Mrs his appeal "Buy up Ikt. time, the believer,' to know that "God D. Grant,Robert Mallard and Prince Street, according to .
Brown, Ronald ",8need. Miss Marion Morse Mrs.Ella Allen, Male Chorus of St.Stephen becotiit Ik* day aryni./ I hath not appointed u* unto wrath,- Mrs.- Feola Hart. Soloist is- .Worshipful Mutet Ernest, p The Nurses, Aid Board will I
"'Cb ryh E.-Brown Mrs Connie= Mrs.-U.'Matthews'and Mrs.'A." AME Church will observe Its But If Paul had raison to .u pen but to obtain salvation by our Lord Mrs Bertha Kelly. Sbolr 1: Pierce.' W sponsor a tea Sunday from 3
Roberts, Mrs. Minnie Banks, Richardson first anniversary Sunday at 8 that the day of grace would toon Jesus Christ who died for u.'. .', and Usher Board 1 will serve. Rev W. W. Whitehead of Con- to 5 p.m., In the church base.
1 Mrs. Johnnie M. Alba Mrs. Junior staff members are: p.m., In the church auditorium. be brought to a close, we today (The. 5:9.: 10)). "For the Scripture The following: districts have ners Temple Baptist Church, ment.
U.;L. Glover, P. and Miss Donnie Alexander, Miss Hostesses will be the membersof have greater reason, to think so.Now laith \Vhosoe\er believeth on Him been asked to report to the Savannah, Ga., will deliver the
Rev. H. C. Archie, host pastor. Evelyn Boston Miss L. Neal, the Young Women of Allen, that the light of the gospel hoi shall not be ashamed" and "who church secretary: Districts 3, annual sermon and Past Grand ....
i Usher Board 4 of Grant Memorial Miss Clara Whipple, Rev. H. and special guests will be Usher been brought to Europe America soever shall call upon the name of 15, 17, 28, 29, 30, Deaconess Secretary Claude Hawkins will
AME Church will serve, Hayes, Rev A. Bodison. Rev. Board 1, host church; Male and many other part of the world the Lord shall be saved" (Rom. Board 1 Pulpit Aid Board and give the occasion.An A Friendship Tea will be sponsored
Jo and Usher Board 4 of Mt. Olive Alvin Jones, Miss GwendolynJones Chorus, St. Paul AME Church, men are turning their backs on it. 10:11,13): Usher Board 1. invitation has been extendedto Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.,
Primitive Baptist Church wWI Miss Robbie Harris, Zion Hope, Gate City Four, BTU begins at :5:43: p.m., withMiss the public to attend. in the home of Mrs.Emma Watkins .
be guest. Miss J. Weaver and Miss Gwen- Bethlehem Choir, GrantMemorial Gladys Crapps In charge. 1362 W. 25th St., in
dolyn Cole AME, Philadelphia] Baptist WHAT'S"BEHIND OUR MORAL DECLINE ? Evening service at 7 o'clock. ... Interest of the Dual Day cele-
I The school Is open daily Summervllle's Duet, New The senior choirs will sing "Mrs. Inet Blvens and the Gos- bratldn at St. Matthew Baptist
UNITED STATES from 8:30: a.m.,to 12:30 o'clock.: Bethel AME, southside. Eman- One doe not have to be a prudeto standing darkened being alienated Sunday School begins at 9:30 pel Echoes, will observe their Church. Donald Carter will be
SAVINGS BONOS Parents have been asked send yel Baptist, C. A. Tlllis and conclude that our country is suffering from the life of God through the a.m., with Superintendent E. 9th anniversary Aug. 7 at 8:30 the speaker.
their children daily Rev. J. S. Johnson pastor. a serious moral decline. Our ignorance that i I. in them because of Benthone In charge, assisted by
ruler and law enforcement agencies the blindness of their heart; who Mrs. W. M. McKelton and Mrs. I
peers e. seem powerless to cope with it. being past feeling [conscience: ) have F. T. Johnson. The pastor REGISTER FOR FALL CLASSES
Now Campaigns to check it seem vain.J. given themselves over to lasciviousness : will review the lesson. Fri-
Edgar Hoover of the FBI has to work uncleanness 'Aithgreedlne. day night Rev. C. Weaver, I Starting Sept. 1, 8 p.m.SPECIAL. -
4 Locationsto warned u* again and again< that the ..." This, sad to say is an choir, ushers, officers and
I Serve You alarming rate of t hi* downward trend accurate description of increasing members will worship to West HOSPITAL AIDE COURSE "' CLASS FOR SING
Ave. W. spells' ruin for America if it isn't number In America today Theyare Friendship Baptist Church for PRE SCHOOL WORKERS ERS
3118 Edgewood checked soon. But what most people throwing off restraint and going the Ministers, Deacons and CLASS "GUITAR BAND
1 3101 EMERSON fail to realize i.i that behind this after uncleanness"with greediness" Laymen's Union, aux larytothe CASHIER SALES CLERK INSTRUMENTS- PIANO' -
j moral decline there i I. a spiritual But this U not liberty. It I I. en Union St. James Association. CLASS
830 CASSAT AVE. decline. People have departed from slavement. It i i. not a sign of Choir 1 and Usher Board 1
1 God and Hi. Word. strength, but of weakness. It doe will serve. Bolden's College Of Music
1824 WEST BEAVER Paul' letter to the Romans tells not Indicate superior intelligence, Districts 1,2,9, 11 will meet

u* how the heathen lot that way. but grossest. Ignorance, and results Aug. 14 to the church audi 1816 W. 20th Street Registrar El I 6-6465
Rom. 1 1:21: 22 nays:; "\\'hen they from alienation from God. torium. Aug. 15-19,the national
SUGAR CURED knew God they glorified Him not as How much better off are those meeting of the prayer bands will
God neither were thankful hut became who havecomcto know God through be held.
SAVE 39t.PICNICS vain in their imaginations and Christ! Of these the apostle says: A Rainbow Tea will be sponsored
I 10' their foolish heart was darkened. "And you who were once alienated Aug. 21 from 4 to 8
Professing I themselves to be wise and enemies in your mind by wicked p.m., by the captains of the
they became fool," and the follow works, yet now hath He reconciled Women's Day celebration,In the
ing verses tell how God finally had In the body of His flesh through dining area of the church.
5 Ibs. DIXIE CRYSTAL to :give them up" to "unclesnnens" death, to present you holy, and un- On Aug. 22-26, a week of
I *S.OO and "vile affections"-all because blameable and unreprovable in Hi "Outskirts Fellowship" will be

SUGARWITH MORE 39'., "they did not like to retain God In light" (Col. 1 1:21: 22)). Through sponsored by the captains. Aug. _
ORDER their knowledge" (\cr. 28)). faith In Christ who died for our sins, 28, Women's Day will be observed .
St. I'aul further delK'rilIC.them in then, we may be reconciled in God with Mrs. A. B.Hartr.ocu
Eph.4:17.19,walking"inthe vanity and delivered from "this present chairman and Mrs. M. Sermons -
WHITE of their mind having the under- evil age" (Gal. 1:4): ). co-chairman.:
Monday night, all ladles of all
Reg.2/3S .....I...... chorls have been asked to meetat 1
10 7:30 o'clock for the rehear- )' ,
BREAD
S E8'loal sal for the annual celebration,

j with Mrs. R. Adkew and Mrs.W. .
MADAM BESSIE M. Willis to charge.

j SAVE 10< FLA. GRADE A
She will read your entire life-past,present and
future. She asks no questions but will tell you
29C Grant Memorial
1 what you want to know, giving data and facts of]
FRYERS lb. oustoess, love, health and family affairs. Will]
i help] you find lost ute TELL you whom you will] AME PlansWomen's
marry and when. U the one you love is true, what,
SAVE 39! FRESH GROUND put of the country is luckiest for you, and what
3 to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated,!
locate: absent friends and relatives, and cause. I Day
$1
I i BEEF Ibs. happiness between man and wife. Makes up I

lover's quarrels. Tells, ifslcknessorbadluckislnatural Rev A. J. Reddish: pastor of
enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell to Grant Memorial AME Church, KEN KNIGHT
please you but will tell the truth. One visit will repay you for met with the women and organized -
SAVE15'! WHITE BOILING disappointments In all others. not only read your life like anopen for the annual Women's Day -Invites You To
book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Come celebration, which has been Listen To-
15C and see why you are so unhappy, why everything seems to go scheduled for Oct. 23.
BACON wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you Elected chairman was Mrs. BIG BAND
Lb. can be helped and everything made clear by 'consulting THIS Evelyn Odum, and Mrs.Frankie
.
GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NGMAIL/NSWEKfcD.; S. Guyton Is co-chairman.
Fla. TT BRAND STEWING I make no house calls Don't mistake the address, MADAM Mrs. LeaoraSmitbwaulected "DANCE PARTY"li.d
BESSIE Is located: north ofCallahUOD+ .301, I/I mile from program chairman; Mrs Vlvi-

15 City of CALLAHAN, Florida Phone 879-2250. enne E. Hicks, public relations
HENS SAVE WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE chairman and Mrs. Pecola Hopkins 11:30: til 12:00: Saturday J 9'.m.
.10* lb. Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL co-halrmaa.: other
ti lnl/ ::1 Open dally 8 am. to 10 p.m. Including Sundays officers, chairmen were elected 1400 WRHC1400
: VATCI TIE KEN INIfilT Sill H WUT TV CIANNEL 4 mU CLIPPING GIVES YOU TO A Jl READING for II and committees appointed.

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Exploitation New York Names "Mr Talent" Stars In New Film NUN Negro Yortfc Gets

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Watts Riots Police BoardNEW lava Corp page BoyDES

YORKNPI)- It was a -
LOS ANGELES -- Consumer tale of two cities,as riot-struck PLAINES 111. -NPI)-
exploitation plays a role Chicago refused to appoint a The explosively-growing Lava W.ufDNCTONNPI!)- Four-
in sparking race riots Mrs. civilian police review board Corporation of Des Plalnes, teen-year-old Lowell Vincent
Esther Peterson, special assistant while New York named a 111., manufacturers of the exotic Muse in September gets an
to President Johnson civilian-dominated police board new Lava Lite line, plans to opportunity rarely given to a
for consumer affairs,declared. -with two Negro members-.&in expand its sales organization youngster his age. He will enter
"One of the tragedies Watts, an effort to "relieve distrust. i-: with a national Negro sales the Capitol Page School to begin

Harlem, and Philadelphia has In Chicago Police Supt O. W. tr rr, ,vNwr rr, Mr,, staff of 16 district representatives training as a page with the U.
been the failure: of authorities Wilson declined to accede to and a sales manager S. Supreme Coot, and he is
and investigators to understandthe Dr. Martin Luther King's demand lk according to an announcementmade quite happy about It. He once
consumer aspects of these that a civilian police review last week by Adolph Wer- saw the high court in session
violent upheavals," she said. board be appointed. The thelmer corporation president.The during a class visit last March
She quoted a Watts resident police superintendent defendedthe firm, located at 3166 Des and was quite Impressed by
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as saying after the riots, right of policemen to be ty+ yr r + Plaines Ave., is one of the first "the distinguished people..."
"Looting and robbing are not Judged by their peers and noted y vv r in the nation to organize a The youth,an eight grade honor
the same things. When you loota that police review boards are coast-to-coast Negro sales student at Langley Junior High
credit store, you are Just often much tougher on police- staff. The new sales organization School who was highly
taking back some of interest men than civilian boards. .J will represent the Lava recommended by his teachers
they have been charging you Mayor Richard J. Daley sup line in all markets.In for the page Job is the son of
on those high-priced installment ported Wilson In his stand.A 1 making the announcement, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher H.Muse
.things they sell you on few days later,rioting began Wertheimer stated "We are and serves with the Youth Group
time; on Chicago's Westside, amid looking for good sales personnel at Israel CME Church.
Negroes have special reasons charges of police brutality.In to augment our existing His parents are both clerk-
for becoming. consumer- New York, Mayor John sales organization of 86 Lava typists at the Pentagon, and so
oriented, she said. "This is Lindsay and Police Commissioner salesmen and factory repre- Lowell comes by his interest
because so many of them have Howard R. Leary sentatives. The phenomenal in government nat rally. He
low incomes and are targets appointed a seven-member growth of the Lava Corporation hopes to go on to college and
of econdtnic exploitation. police review board.The mayor 'and ,the overwhelming accep eventually become a computer
There seems to be an extra and the commissioner each lance of Lava Lite offers good enlglneer. His favofite subject
penalty for being poor. The named a Negro. A Puerto Rlcan earning possibilities for the in school is rocketry, and U
people with the least money are was also appointed, along with salesmen we plan to hire. The currently toying with combustible
often the ones who pay the two men active In the civil men will cover all Lava Lite materials trying to makea
highest price." rights movement. 4 T1h--- markets throughout the country rocket.
Mrs. Peterson suggested a According to A II If non ."
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total attack, a natlonalprogram D. Black,chairman of the board, ;, The firm recently Introducedan Technician Gets
to combat consumer frus the purpose of the board Is 4. expanded line of Lava Lite,
trations. This program would "relief of tension and distrust, in 12 custom-designed decora.
involve everybody because if there is any In this city." Sammy uavis, jr. as a jazz musician beset portrays Adam Johnson, a famed jazz musi- tor models. The exclusive line, New Post

"We are not doing the whole Black is an NAACP director. with personal and professional problems cian w i t h perfound personal and the only decorative accessoryof Marshall
job if ;we don't help people get Three police department officials finds comfort in the arms of civil professional problems. Although its kind in the world, was landsNPI KWAJALEIN
these ) For JohnA.
the She most stressed for three their types money of" by the were police named commissioner.to the board r i g h t s. worker Cicely Tyson in this problems stem from the accidental death originally introduced developed successfully in Europeand to Powell, 46-year-old RCA

consumer action: consumers Among them was Franklin A. poignant scene from Joseph E. Levine's"A of his wife some years before, sany of United States and Canadian field service technician from
helping themselves through information Thomas Negro deputy com- Man Called Adam, an Embassy Pictures them find expression in the delicate area markets last November. the Philadelphia, service in

and education better missioner In charge of legal release.I According I to reports, of Negro-white relationships, and in the Lava Lila, available In adult but South his Pacific new assignment is old stuff is,

consumer protection laws; and matters. "A Man Called Adam" is the first major continual anguish attendant upon and children's models is sold something else again.
any
better communications
between Mayor Lindsay appointed the nationally in most consumerand
the consumer and the businessman. civilian members. Among them American film prouuctlon concerned primarily celebrated Negro personality existing commercial markets. Re- Powell has become the first
was Dr. Walter I. Murray, a with Negro life since "A' RaisinIn "In white America. tall outlets Include department Negro to be involved in the U.

She also urged public support Negro, who Is professor of the Sun'1' four years ago. Davis stores, gift and floral shops, S.missile space research program as
a tracking station tech-
of the long-delayed truth-in- education at Brooklyn College. furniture and appliance dealers. nician.
packing law which will let The new civilian-dominated Jewelers, drug stores and toy
shoppers get the best buy by police review board bad one First Negro NamedTo Howard U. Grad dealers. He was brought to the Marshall
Islands
Seen
for
that
being able to compare prices drawback, however. It has no Segregation Experienced salesmen Radio purpose by
themselves. enforcement power, and being Named EEO Official throughout the country can con- Corporation of America
"Together we must work for only an advisory body, can be Parole PostI tact the Lava Corporation for after passing a competitive ex
CHICAGO
Marie amination.A
NPIfrs.
equality in the marketplace' overruled by the police com further information.
she said. missioner. Hampering Medicare I FRANKFORT Ky.-NPI-The Poston, a Howard University product of Tuskegee
first economic anda Baptist InstituteTo Institute and the of
A policeman will be tried by Negro named to the Ken- major graduate University
his fellow tucky State Parole Board is career government employee, Hawaii, where he took
policeman as before
Keys ToINtegratioa if the commissioner does not William C.Brummell,59yearold has been named Chicago regional Host Training electronic courses, Powell received -

go along with the review board's Plan In SouthATLANTA director Louisville- director Equal Employment CHICAGO. findings.In Jefferson County Children's Opportunity Commission. Baptist Institute will host the the Brooklyn Navy Yard, wherehe
A native of Philadelphia she was electrical house
Home. power
Chicago it was much the Illinois Baptist State Sunday
same story. Police brutality MIAMI BEACH Fla.NPI)- Cov. Edward J. Brathltt Jr., affairs until a director is He also served with the Office
complaints are bandied by the segregation in hospitals loom I seven southeastern states still Union Congress Aug. 812.
Teacbers and named. The position puts her of ClvWan Personnel War Department -
school admini to succeed a retiring board
Internal Investigations Division as a serious threat to the Medicare have not been certified the Delegates from churches
strators are really the keysto I of the Chicago Police Depart program in the Deep South, federal program,.which began member will received $12,000a in charge of the region that across the state are expectedto as a communication
desegregation of the nation's year for a term that runs' covers Illinois, North andSuutb attend technician-inspector, stationed
it to the
ment. A survey reveals that abou officially on July 1. according Rev.
classrooms "declared, par Id But like the:new review board 31 cent of the hospltajftha 1, Aaa from July 16 to May 18,1970. Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin William L. deans in Japan, Okinawa Guam and
.
Branstord
Seeley, director Equal Op- .per consequence, many pa ; r. <. .. the Philippines.SUFER .' .' ,.._
in New York, Chicago's I. I.D., Ue115 end over, who do not .
protunlties Division, U. S. has only an advisory status NAACP Issues have access to certified -
Office of Education last week. and only Police Supt. Wilson hospitals, will be unable to take
Speaking to 200 delegates to the can take action on complaints advantage of Medicare funds,
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National Education Association against policemen. Boycott Gaide largely because hospitals in
convention he said that school Meanwhile the Patrolmen's their areas have failed to com-
administrators are "too timid Benevolent Association, and the ply with desegregation provisions -
and too closely attached" to Conservative Party filed sepa- NEW YORK-NAACP General of the 1964 Civil RightsAct.
local political rate petitions with the city clerk Counsel Robert L. Carter has .
to
authority assume MARKETS
the urging a referendum on the Issued a comprehensive digest A total of 652 out of 045
necessary leadership civilian-controlled board. The of proper procedures to be followed hospitals in the southeastern
and that the teachers will haveto
petitions had a total of more by NAACP branches region. ch applied for Medicare I
take the lead Instead.
than 92,000 signatures. whenever a boycott and funds\ had been certified
City officials acted in an picketing are involved. as of July 1.
QCEAN RHYTHMSThe attempt to block a possible As he said In his memorandum Only 26 of 95 applications U.S. GOOD CHUCKROAST
tide cycle of the oceans referendum. prepared for release at the from Mississippi had been ap-
minutes organization's 57th annual convention proved.
the v.rieby Catholic 50 Digest state every day in Los Angeles July Some civil rights groups have

$-8. "Failure to understand or complained that many hospitals 45
refusal to follow correct pro- already certified actually are LB.
Royal Art Studio cejlures can cripple the not in compliance with Title
association by subjecting its VI of the Civil Rights Act. The
local officers and workers to act requires specific desegregation -
staggering money Judgments." steps in order to qualify
STILL TAKING He was referring specifically for federal aid. CENTER CUTPORK
to the $83,000 verdict against While the Medicare battle was
the National Office the Savannah raging In the South delegatesto
INSTANTPICTURES Ca., Branch and its the American Medical Association 79
officials which the Supreme convention in Chicago LB.
Court has let stand in a case debated a requirement by some
involving a civil rights boycottof states that doctors, who work
white merchant.Mr. on government-financed pro-
Carter urged NAACP units jects, sign a pledge to comply
to use picketing and peaceful with the 1964 Civil Rights Act
protest as freely as ever but Doctors speaking in opposition FAB
to be absolutely sure of two before the AMA House of Delegates -
things before picketing: that
emphasized that their
NOW LOCATED AT the purpose of such protest is determination to resist the requirement -
lawful and can be so proven did not indicate they DETERGENT

and that NAACP persons conduct favored discrimination: in medi- REG.PKG.. 1 5
the protest within the cal care, but rather an objectionto
710 RUSHING ST. confines of local rules and that
take an oath to any government .
the plcketingIsalwayspeaceful. body about anything. LIMIT 1 WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
"The key is to be sure of the ,
SAME PHONE 3541894 facts, and to be sure the people Deadline ForApplfcatlols
who know the facts will
be willing and available to testify BLUE PLATE

you !Don' H.ve To Go To Town To Get to the facts. Do not picket on
the basis of rumors because ata
later date when a law suit bas '

to be defended, what you thoughtto ALBANY CA. Freshmanand MAYONNAISE 29
LOW PRICESDRUG be the facts may not be all new students planning QT.
enough. Be certain that a reliable to attend Albany State College
person who will make a are urged to get their applications .
STORE NEEDSTrade LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER
good witness is on duty at the for Fall Quarter admission -
scene of the picketing at all Into the office on or before
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times. Then, no matter what August 1, 1966. Students should
lth' your Neighborhood' Drug store charges are later brought we plan now regarding their Fall
tE WILL MET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL can counter with testimony of Quarter Admissions in order' PAN READY FROZEN SHRIMP IDOl. FKC. 59*
pit'irn. W4t.Dfllher. Ire\ also fill all DOC- our own people: who were on that all necessary information
the scene at all times and who and test scores will be avail 10*
.torn preeeriptfens.'iDixie can truthfully say that picketing able at the earliest possibledate. YELLOW ONIONS IB.

was always within permissible .
limits." The Scholastic Aptitude Test FOREMOST ICE CREAM ALL FUVOIS /' GAL 45$
Pharmacy Mr. Carter reminded local will be administered on the
NAACP officials to take the campus on August 9 for the
time and trouble to plan their late comers provided they make HOLSUM WHITE BREAD URGE lOAf 10(

protest activities carefully and direct application to the Office.
1302 KillS Road At Myrtle Avenue In consultation with the national of Records and Admissions CATSUP 25
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I Bennett's Appointees Boy Scouts Attending Camp, -, Coochochee Activities Habart Taylor, Roy Wilkins
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i To 4 Military Academies ..... '' .t."j"" .' Speak

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WASHINGTON, D. C. Final approval by the service academies -' ,. .. .... ... DURHAM, N. C.- I of 11 nominees from Duval County to four military ", .. "!O., : ":. '' -. .':- ,, "" ''" '. ,,,:.',,,,;- Taylor Jr., director, Tar Hotel this week.
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addressed the
Charles ., !' t Import-Export Bank, Washington Taylor conven-
academies for 1966 was announced today by U.S. Rep. 0 '' >> I '
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; E. Bennett of Florida the Navy to attend the Academy ., ", --m': ."\ ,, ,".:.. ". ."... ..,.,",," .."f. .. ..;.:: D. C., and Roy Wllklns, tion's President's Banquet at
Durham Civic Center
"--- 'It.. .. tt NAACP executive director, the ,Wed-
: Thomu J. Fowler son of Mr. as Bennett's qualified alternate. ... ,
"
CO''"""' : ;'.V\!\ were among the noted speakersoa nesday. Wilkins was the closing
t and Mrs. Alfred N. Fowler, Principal appointees Private .. w ,. t '
.' ; the addressing the speaker at the final session In
7427 mils Drive, will Parker S. Renaud of ''' 'A A ,: platform
Ortega Mr.
a son .
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r Insurance the hotel
.. 4stb annual National headquarters
a attend the U. $.Naval Academy, and Mrs W. E. Renaud, 4274 ,.,. \ #. r ... .( i -I/; ; ''.. : l,""'; ',. "
Annapolis, Maryland, as Ben McClrts Boulevard, and JohnM. Olio p. \ ..N.J". : """ .. d ''' : '\' IIr"
nett's principal appointee. Forbes Jr., son of Mr. and '
From over 1,350 candidates, Mrs. John M. Forbes Sr., 2455 '.,.'' .. .. .. ; : "!' ;1tft''r \'w. : "' E )o.....
Stanley B. Weeks, son' of Mr. Soutel Drive,have been selectedfor t ", .j,'" ;" .I, I tlllity
and Mrs. Charles R.. Weeks, admission to the U. S,Mill- ... .f '
:2121 Prospect Street, was cho- tary Academy,West Point,N.Y. .. ;. filii -: :' ". ..
I sen as one of the 75 young men The Military Academy Selection Iro
who will receive a Presidential Board chose qualified alternate
; appointment ot the Naval Aca- David F. Merrick, son of Mr. rat
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demy. Esmond W. Marks, son and Mrs. Maurice K. Merrick.
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Marks, 1403 Harbor Oaks Road, to Shown above are members of various boy- troop 58; St. Paul AME Church, troop 79;
2517 Lake Shore Boulevard, attend the Academy because of scout troops of the city attending the Friendship Baptist Church, troop 297; Mt.

was chosen by the Secretary of his outstanding scholastic and first session of summer camp at. camp Ararat Baptist Church troop 193; and

athletic achievements. Coachochee. They are: Cheveyer Methodist St. Plus Catholic Church, troop 7U. It lr

a Church, troop 5; Emanuel Baptist Church

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Long Hot Summer "Walls Is'Symbol"Tells Receives Silver Plaque Odd Fellows In White Howe A I

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I Forecast Prediction Convention Speaker By 0. C, W. TAiLOR j Aide To Address
NEW ORLEANS .(NPIThe
LOS ANGELES "Watts Is .II Crescent City will be host to
WASI t\j: I'ONNP1)- Will ment has an order forbidding a symbol of the malaise of our over 400 members of the Grand I Beauticians Meet
Ibis summer be long, hot, and policemen to use "trigger" American aystemcryiog to be United Order of Odd Fellowsand
'iolent- words that insult racial and healed. This Is the challenge." the Household of Ruth, CHICAGO -(NPI!)-All address
Both whites and Negroes, other minority groups With this statement, Rev ladles their 37thBI.nn1a1 by a top White House aide,
cross the nation, were ht".ltjy In Los Angeles, Incorporation James E. Jones of Los Angeles' st 1T aWlUlarYieln Conferenceto a memorial service and awards
predicting the worse while, of Watts Into a"Freedom City" Westminster Presbyterian be held Aug. 6-12 at the to Congressman,William Dawson *
golly working for the best is still being pursued u a way Church opened a special 4 Sheraton-Charles Hotel and outstanding local Negro
I In Los Angeles, Mayor Sam to prevent further racial disturbances. program session on "Watts This meeting is held every publishers will highlight the
el W, Tony t charged that Challenge or Prophecy _+ two years and It is the body 21st anniversary convention of
Fommunists and racial: zealots: Civil rights leaders were during the NAACP 57th annual which makes the rules, establishes the United i Beauty School
fanned to burn and sack the trying to find legal ways to cut convention here the policy and sets Owners and Teachers: Association ,
hole metropolis "with urban Watts off from Los Angeles in Mr. Jones went on to say: f down guide lines. and Alpha Chi PI Omega :
I'rrilla warfare" order to reduce crime,promote "We do not need black powerIn In charge of arrangements Beauticians sorority and fra :
|Police Chief William H.Parkno Industry, and further the arts Watts, we Just need power.* Thomas Buffington, Baton ternity, meeting at the Palmer
.friend of the Negro, and cultural endeavors. When we speak of power in Rouge, district deputy for District House, July 24-28
ionded the motion. Dr Martin Luther King Jr., Watts, we mean self- 21A and Mrs L, E, Ar- Clifford L, Alexander Jr.,
( We are now facing: planned in Chicago, saw further direction and self-determina nette, New Orleans, most noble White House civil rights coordinator
,1ts,". Parker declared He marches "for freedom, jobs, tlon for all of our people governor of District 26,House and deputy special
aid he had heard rumors of open housing, and education" "Can an organization like the hold of Ruth. counsel to President Lyndon
ting which would turn the as the way to prevent racial NAACP shake and motivate a '- An elaborate program has been B. Johnson, will be principal
unity into an "armed state" outbreaks. people who have been years in t ': arranged to go along with the speaker Monday, July 25, at
Segro spokesmen challenged Toward these non-violent apathy? This Is the challengefor -' business sessions-a memorial the awards banquet of the
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t' predictions of violence ends, SCLC has planned a civil you today. I am extremely I service, joint public meeting, United Beauty School Owners
on Ralph a Democratic As- rights rally July 10, at pleased that your orgsnl ration I FAMU NEWSPAPER EDITOR CITED-Jerry Moore, 1968 graduating senior at Florida many slght-seeimg tours, simulated and Teachers Association and
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}mt>ly nominee representing Chicago's Soldier Field. now plans to open an office in I University, Tallahassee, receives an embossed silver plaque from Mrs Thelma T. Mardi Gras night, cabaret the Alpha Chi PI Omega Soror-
Mt, charged that the two Another tactic planned by the Watts with responsible leadership Gorhtm, associate professor of Journalism and former acting director of public relations show In one of the most ity and Fraternity. !
jricials themselves threatened Chicago Rights Movement Is I predict that you can I at Florida MM University, In recognition of his outstanding services as editor of the famous nkht clubs lathe French The banouet.- scheduled for
incite a riot with their statepnts. an alliance between Negroesand teach the people in Watts the FAMUAN, school newspaper during the 1965-66 academic year Dayatra Baker, who will section, banquet, night parade, 7:30: p.m., in the Grand Ball-
..._ __ __ .. Spanish speaking persons. kineera of black nationalism.- succeed Moore as editor-in-chief of the FAMUAN for 1966-67, shares the presentation. grand ball and other events room of the Palm r House
iU ureruv, wuiucrauc czar Rights leaders-among them of communism. This is the Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. R, L, Moore, 422 Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, will grad Heading the national organi Hotel, will highlight the 21st
ate for state assemblyman Dr. King and Albert A. Raby, challenge. uate from Florida AIM In August, 1966. Miss Baker, a School of Pharmacy major, is the ration Is Atty. Ernest D.Cooke, anniversary convention of the
bm Watts, accused Yorty of convenor of the Coordinating William Booth,chairman of the daughter of Lt. and Mrs Dasul F. Baker of Marlanna, Florida. Boston. Other officers include; two sponsoring organizations
being the old red flag." Council of Community Organizations new York City Commission on The Rev. William L, Wilson, Mrs. MarJorie Stewart Joyner,
Washington, Urban League -have been meeting Human Rights, who shared the Spartanburg, S.C.,deputy grand founder-national supervisor of
lector Sterling Tucker said with Puerto Rican leaders to' platform with Mr.Jones,stressed Bishop Calls New Prexy To RepresentMiss. master; Charles R. Gray, the United Beauty School
mould not be surprised U establish a "united front.. the Importance of grassroots Washington, D,C",grand secre Owners and Teachers Association
turbances broke out in Throughout the South, militant efforts in behalf of all tary and James H. Givens, Phi and Alpha Chi Pi Omega,
rthern Negro ghettos this leaders were shouting ''black minority groups, especially For ConferenceON Funeral DirectorsCORINTH ladelphia, grand treasurer said Alexander, a brilliant
timer, as a result of Missispi power" u the SNCC chairman those In the ghettos Grand directors of the body young attorney and an honor
violence directed against resigned after expressing his "What Is Important," he said, Rights polian Lust, Miss. (NPI)>-Na. civic worker Include treasurer Include Eugen West, Norfolk graduate of Harvard University
edith marchers disagreement with the slogan. "Is that we continue to tackle recently-elected East Division, Yocona Area Va.; Alexander M. Barrow, and the Yale University Law
don't know whether or not, Lewis said he was concerned the! problems where they are... president Funeral Mississippi Colored Council, Boy Scouts of America; Hemstead, Long Island, N. Y,; School, is scheduled to fly in
e face of continued abuse, about keeping the civil rights in housing, education, employ* PHILADELPHIANPIA) mers Directors and Embal- president, Corinth Cemetery Arthur Bibbens, Detroit; Thomas from Washington for the
(Negro can follow a passive, movement nonviolent ment..wlth special emphasis 00 call has been issued via(letters sent Association, will repre- Organization; treasurer, Buffington, Baton Rouge, banquet.The .
violent the of the vote." to bishops of the African Mississippi at the National Northeast District of Mississippi memorial
approach, Tuckerso In some cities, violence couldno power Funeral La.; and Leslie I.GalnesSandy service will be
longer be debated. It was Methodist Episcopal, African to be Directors conference Funeral Directors; a Springs, Mo.Officers. held Sunday afternoon July 24,
| in Washington, civil history.In Jail Soldier For Methodist Episcopal Zion and In August.held In Houston, Texas member, Easom High School of the Grand at Cosmopolitan Community
jits leaders, speaking in La- Cordele, Ga., police imposed Christian Methodist EpiscopalAME The Booster Club and a 32nd degree Household Include: Mesdames Church.
Park before ( AME ZION, and CME) president-elect, a life Mason. Susie Honored at that time
ttte about 600 their own brand of "ra Refusing To F. Jones, Hollis, Long will be
orters of the march on cial peace" by clamping churches to plan strategies In long resident of Alcorn County, Lusk, who started his business Island, N. J.., most worthy the late Dr. Mary G. Evans,
son, Miss., warned thato a curfew on the town after I Serve the civil rights struggle operates Hone the Lusk Funeral wit h only $90 and no rolling grand superior; Ella J. Harris, pastor of Cosmopolitan for over
"patience over lack of three-day wave of racial vio 'In WarFORT Bishop G. Wayman Blakely, holds both a Mississippiand stock, now has five vehicles- i Rockford, III, right worthy recorder 30 years, along with pioneers
police protection has run lence.In Philadelphia In Issuing the call, license a Tennessee embalming and likes. to recall:: how he i ; Annie E.Brogden,Sum- in the field of beauty culture.
r'I- Los Angeles, ,four police. DIY, N. J. -(NPI)- A believes "religious power"can commission, and has a notary public purchased his first funeral I I ter, S. C., grand treasurer;and A special memorial service
i Rev Jefferson Rogers, men were injured by Negroes Negro soldier who couldn't seethe be the answer to the "black Other for Alcorn County. coach for $300. 1 Ida Harris, Annapolis, Md., for Dr. Evans will be held at
offices held 1I
r, Church of the Redeem- who mistakenly believed oUiI I sense of defending freedom power" Issue now causing division by the active I grand recorder. the church Sunday morning.
[warned the nation's mayors cers had shot a woman resident. in: Viet Nam when be himself among civil rights
governors, along with Police said the woman had been isn't free, was locked up by leaders.
1 officials, that "the time wounded by a male friend.In I military authorities last week The prelate, who supervises DIXIE CRYSTALS
i$already arrived whens Cleveland, special police I after declaring he would not AME churches In the West Indies
can no longer be re- squad patrolled the city's, j fight In the Vietnamese fracas. and South America, and a
I as open game." racially troubled East Side Pfc. James Johnson, 20-year- recently returned from holding
people, he said, can no where a 10-year-old Negro boy :old New Yorker, was among conferences in Jamaica,is concerned 1f SUGAR
"be spit on before tele- was shot during interracial three soldiers being held >in about the wide
cameras (while those fighting between 200 boys "investigative detention," differences on the civil rights
pit are) without fear of In Pompano Beach, Fla., relative while army officials decide approach stated in the recent
:either arrested or mo- calm after a white store ;whether their conduct amountsto national conventions of CORE
owner allegedly slapped a a violation of military laws. and NAACP.
p His companions are Pvt. Den- "Now Is the time for the three
k \people were predicting Negro boy. '
Dg else than a "long hotr ,Harlem nls I Mora, 24, New York; and independent Methodist denoml- f SPECIALS GOOD THRU SATURDAY 1
." -- a teacher and fourothers Pvt. Davis l Samu, 20,Modesto; 'nations to demonstrate unity"the 5 ,9
P ne were working tolit. were with arrested and Calif. They also refused tort&ht bishop's call stated. His
charged
I chers from preventing tea- j In Viet Nam. The trio had plan Is that these major, basically HUE PLATE
I e 1 Co, the police depart- entering Public declared that they would "not all-Negro church bodies, LBS.
[t u< ,. School 175. I be a part of this unjust, Immoral should take the initiative In
.. a Vl\alal a Irr I
and illegal war" holding such a conference. He I Him c .IB Wirier
Johnson noted that "many suggests a mobilization or"re- "
VETERANSEl brave, loyal black American ligious power" superceding the mAlunnALIMIT I E Iii f OTHER "ioo"D
I soldiers who fight and die for emphasis upon black power. PURCHASES
their country are hated, despised No specific date has been set OF $5.00
and cruelly treated in for the conference to which all OR JfOREPOTATOES
many sections of this country." clvU rights leaders will be -
JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE, INC. The Negro in Viet Nam "is Invited "for a heart to heart (
being called upon to defend talk" in an attempt to find 1 I' QT. PLEASE 2 9; I
freedom which, in many partsof unity in the continuing struggle QUART
this country, does not exist However, Bishop Blakely WITH OTHER FOOD
f 630 DAVIS ST. Is Now
Taking for him," said Johnson. expects to convene the bishopsof
"Just as the Negroes are the three church groups well PURCHASES OF $5.00 OR MORE
fighting for absolute freedomand ahead of the National Council
Applications For Its self-determination in the of Churches General Assembly, BAKE RITE
United States, so it is with the meeting in Miami,Florida,Dec.' !&
Vietnamese In their struggle 4-0, 1966. One of the areas to FRUIT 300CANS
against the Communists," he be explored at that assembly COCKTAIL Q
Veteran Class. said. will be "Strategies for the Next 5 1
The three soldiers, along witha Stage in Civil Rights." ARGO GOlDEN CREAM 303 CANS Las.69C
companion were seized at Bishop Blakely's proposal also 3
Fort Dix All were assigned to calls for a study on how urban STYLE CORN
The Size Of Our ClassesIs the Second Armored Divisionat problems affect Negro life. "In ,
Fort Hood, Tex. many things our white brethrencan DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN
More than 200 persons help us greatly,"the bishop $
Limited By Law. picketed at Fort Dix for two advised "but in some matterswe PEAS
hours in support of the soldiers. must act, think and speak 303
The non-fighting men for ourselves" KING PHARR 4 1

[Enroll Now To Be Sure Of District however,Court lost to a enjoin suit in Defense U. S. OKRA & TOMATOES CANS CHEF'S CHOICE FRENCH FRIED

Secretary Robert S. McNamara COLLEGE COSTS MONOGRAM d, LONG GRAIN
| A Place. from sending them to Viet Nam.
Judge Edward M. Curran denied The average annual cost at a
the request, declaring that'good private college In 1965 was RICE 25C I
CALL 355 9874 the judiciary has "no Jurlsdlc- about $2.500. and at a state university liMIT 1 PLEASE
tion" over assignments of military about $1,750, the Catho-
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NAACP To Mississippi i 300 Students To Get Degrees
High Fashion Model
I Special Appeal To Miami

For Convention From FAMU Summer Session
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Beach Vacation In August
LOS ANGELESNPI)>- Some TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Some 300 students are expected to -
1,800 delegate and observers, receive degrees from Florida AIM University during the
representing 42 states and the summer commencement exercises scheduled for 9;00 a.m. al+ MIAMI BEACH Fla.-There's ming, fishing, golf, sightseeing,

t District: 01 Columbia, were in in Lee Auditorium Saturday, August\ 6. t: a special appeal to a Miami sailing and tennis. All are with-
attendance during\ the 57th Beach vacation in August and' in a few minutes of every hotel,
NAACP Annual meet in 1969. Edwin M. Thorpe, director of will be Dr. Llnnell H. Newsdm, September to hundreds of thou motel and apartment building

Next year the association will admission and records, said president of Barber-Scotia sands of trip planners in within Miami Beach, as are

hold its convention in Boston, nearly 200 students are candidates lege Concord, N. C., addition to this island city's restaurants, shops and dine and

and the following year In Atlantic for the bachelor degree associate project director unexcelled holiday facilities. dance spots. .
City, N. J. and another 109 will receivemaster's the new Commission on Specifically, Miami Beach Is With the arrival September,

degrees. Educational Opportunity !in a specific for two most universal the autumn sport of football is
The speaker for the exercises South of the Southern Regl causes of the allergy added to the local scene, with

Educational Board. Dr. andH popularly known u hay fever. both collegiate professional

: Austine La mar som will speak on"The and'c If, as in the majority of cues, teams playing in die Orange
Miracle or Mirage." H giant ragweed and goldenrod Bowl across Biscayne Bay.

I ..,. Approximately half of the pollens are responsible for the

I fashion dergraduates t sniffles, sneezes and sinus FAMU Gradutft
pattern requirements for graduation '-jijk aches and pains, then this is

....4.._ June. Those expected to r47i. one of the best places in the Awarded
y Ytfr plete requirements for United 'States to avoid them.

Won In August Include: According; to "Hay Fever Holiday

TALLAHASSEE -Henry Alexander ," a pamphlet publishedby FellowshipWASHINGTON

Alfreda Blacksbear, : I Abbott Laboratories for the
D. C. A
Mary Lou Coleman, Leonard I I14 __ pollen and mold committee of -

dJ It, B. Foote, Audrey A. Gallmore : __., the American Academy of Allergy University 1962 graduate has of been Florida awardeda AIM

Jacqueline B. Green Janle M. Miami Beach is rated
fellowship by the United
I Hall, Lerother Hall, Jack John at "excellent" u a hay fever
States Office of Education It
son Joyce S. Lawrence Bar refuge. ,
M1I was learned here last week.
bara Molette Jerry L. Moore, Few other areas in the eastern
II William C. Proctor, WilliamH. and mid-western parts of the Eugene Oliver,a speech therapist -
for the Baltimore
Robinson, Lucy M. Rollins, country, and even !In Florida, schools Is the recipient City of

I Eloise LaVerne Sapp, and Alfred are accorded so high a standing. the fellowship. He plans to do
K. Simpson.JACKSONVILLE. Many entire states, Including wort
graduate toward the master's
Gloria 0. Connecticut, Delaware,Illinois,
in
I Dixon, Gwendolyn D. Eason Indiana, Kansas, Maryland,Nebraska degree speech pathologyat
Catholic in
Jacqueline Hart, David Hick New Jersey, Ohio and, University
Washington D. C.
son, Glorlden Johnson, Leroy Pennsylvania, simply are listed Oliver Is ,a native of Federal
C, Kelly Gloria J. King Ruth as without (known refuge locations. -
Point
Fla. and
graduatedfrom
A. Lynah, Beverly J. Portis, .
Florida
AIM in
e0atrK Bettye A. Price, Willie D.Sapp, r V'.{ 1 Miami Beach, without doubt, with a major University in 1962
speech
Letha W. Thompson, StewardE. f owes its freedom from these correction
He has been
Washington T. Wes the same feature employedby
Daisy
; ton, Claudette White, Samuel th ategives the city one of the .the Florence, S. C. Public
School worked
; Williams, and Audrey Wilson. most equable climates in the System and
States partlme as a speech therapist
MIAMI -Harold Bethel,Betty United -surrounding
with the
J. Haugabrooks, Jesse D. Bin waters. Sea breezes the absence Crippled Children'sSociety

eard, Willie B. Larkins, and of industrial plants and there.
Geraldine Monroe. the distance from agricultural Since going to Baltimore, he
-- has worked as a speech therapist -
,y Persons who are expected to operations assure a clear,
Y complete requirements for the clean, atmosphere. the year. for the past three years
with the Baltimore
city schools
master's degree in August Include -- These same waters, me Atlantic -
h'sire : WELL NOW! Ronnie Craig, high fashion model, was one of six: glamorous mannequins who ocean to the east and and is employed this summer

TALLAHASSEE Bernice P. thrilled the NNPA guests with their summer and evening creations. However, Ronnie was Biscayne Bay to the west,thwart In_Ube_FSEA program

Alexander, Allen C. Clarke, different. She wore, of all things! a cigar evening wrap for ladies There were surprised both extremes of beat in
Fred Daniels Jr., Mary GU- oohhs and ahhhs as Ronnie opened the wrap to expose cigar pockets In the lining of the gold summer and of cold in winter.
lings, Mary Harris, Frederick wrap and in the shoulder of the bodice. The gala occasion was the Thursday dessert luncheon Thermometers spotted just a

,'- Milton, Norman Nothern, ,for the wives of the delegates to the National Newspaper Publishers Association which met few miles Inland on the main-

II''" I" ,il ill '.-. Robert Prlgeon Eliza Russ, at the Ben Franklin Hotel.in Philadelphia. The above wrap is grey and gold pure silk (full land regularly record
and Lewis Stokes.JACKSONVILLE. length) brocade. It Is designed with a side closing and piped about the neck with the same differentials of five to 10

Martha fabric as pants and wrap'l1 mr:.Ernestine. ?Gllmore. a famous local. designer, created this. !Degrees above and,belbw Miami n rr'
Carter, Louise V. Crumady, interesting garment.Since -- Beach readings. ** l

I No. R-219 Mallssa Dorsey Betty Eman- Thus the summer vacationer

{ agTREAMLlXED iwl, Bernice Flowers, Kiptas often avoids much higher temperatures -
Green, James Holloway Jr., You Ask Me YMCA Director than he would

Herman Howard, Dorothy Ken- experience at home, although
casual sheath dress with easy ..slJplnto'back nerly, Judith McBride Luella By LONm PRUITT |Dies| (I. home may be a thousand miles
zipper closing Diagonally shaped skirt pleats give a touchof McBride, Mattie Wedlock! Richmond northward. Of course, aIr-con-
ease yet maintain a smooth ,hiphne Smart bodice buttons tone o Dorothy Mitchell, Helen Pough, DEAR- -LONNIE- --- --: They- show so much love and mush on TV and ,ditioning in all major hotels

side and shapes the lovely neckline. For linen, shantung, crepe, Leola Powell, Verree Stormes, in the movies that you would think that was the most important Frank W. Render Sr., 57, Executive and practically all shops and ,..
lightweight faille Alice Thomas, and Tiny M. thing in the world. A lot of people are interested in things Director of tile Leigh restaurants assures comfort

''Price $1. R-219 is available in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 14 Thomas. besides love. I think they ought to have more science movies Street YMCA, Richmond, Va., Indoors. tr ,
tales 2tt yards of 42 inch fabric. Standard body measurements for MIAMI-James and more TV that shows the accomplishments people make ID died in a local hospital Wed Bargain hotel rates prevail

size 14 are: Bust 34, Waist 26, Hips 36. Earlene Johns,Marion Johnson, something besides love. Don't you agree with me? nesday, after a long illness. here for the remainder of the /Iii Ill U
Joyce M. Jones Rebecca Mc- He was burled last Saturday, summer, or through October,

Craney, Martha McKenzie, July 23.Mr. which is the end of Miami
Send One Dollar for patent, plus 3 cents for postage in cash. Gladys Solomon, and Charlie YOU MAY NOT BE A LOVE BUG, but Just wait until one bites Render was a native of Beach's summer.
or check No Stamps. For FIrst.<:last mailing send 15 cents extra Williams Jr. yowl! Perhaps the love angle is overdone don't think so, because Atlanta, Ga., but at an early Summers concerts season c3WMBM
Add One Dollar if sun wish! :NEU AlSTINE LA MAR PATTERN I see a lot more violence and spy stuff than I see love- age moved to Cincinnati, Ohio runs through August with programs -

HOOK #,J complete) selection of High Fashion designs, including: Dr. Lionel Newsom but if It Is, it is because somebody paying to see that kind where he graduated from each Sunday evening in
our best-seller* from #1 wad. #2. Send to AtSTINE LA MAR of stuff. It seems to me that the love angle is missing in Woodward High School. the MlamlBeach auditorium and

"Fashion Puttem (name fit l lour newspaper), Box 1615, CfO, Sneak To FAMU almost everything I BOO--all they are pushing Is sex and that's He attended Fisk University each Saturday night in the Marine
To
XrOlIe.' N, Y. KXK)1) ) Irilltflllr full name, address Pattern not the same thing. where he was awarded an A. B. Stadium. Admission prices
Not Love
a Bug
degree In 1931. While there be start at $1. Greyhound racing Spotlight Product
T -. Summer Graduates "a- was a member of the famed at the Miami Beach Kennel

Fisk Jubilee Singers and toured Club extends: through Sept. 2.

DEAR LONNIE: Our bouse is so not It Is Just unbearable and the world with that group. Night clubs provide a further Of The Week

Size.WAME do you know my mother won't get an air conditioner?She Just Mr. Render was director of the choice of entertainment all

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I Gets Contract With White' Sex Orange Bowl Sports Information Director

---- -- .. Spotlight On SportsGREAT
Will Be CeRtei r. .(r,,;::1. ,.

M rSl.t: IS THE WORD
Of Grid AbtioH I U there is one little man In baseball today to whom the title
Yr great truly applies, it is Wills, the "Mighty
MIAMI BEACH, FU. Thi Mite" of the world champions Los Angeles Dodgers.
greatest football schedule eve Little Maury Is no fence buster. Going Into the 37th annual
put together In this area awalti. All-Star game between the stars of the American and National
the autumn vacationer, aloni Leagues last week, Wills had only a solitary home run to his
with the swimming,fishing,golj IEI credit. But that doesn't matter terribly.
and other participants sport. Where Maury lacks dramatic power at the plate, be Is potentIn
that are enjoyed the yeti r so ma.: ways. And that's precisely what makes him create
around. He is :e of doggedly! determined campaigner that Is an
Opening kick-off of the new asset ...., team, even with one sparkling with gems of the
Miami Dolphins of the American. P NL stars.
Football League will soar Into 1 I, 3 Wills can: beat your brains out In so many ways. He Is the
I 1V the lights of the Orange Bowl 1 greatest base thief baseball has ever seen, having shattered
stadium Just across BlscayneBay t Ty Cobb's former record with his Incredible 107 stolen bases
K the night of Sept. 2. a few years ago.
t From this beginning<<, the Dol- He Is a slick fielder who,like the n-Yankee star Phil Rizzuto,
'phlns and the Hurricanes has the unique knack of being at the right place at the right
the University of Miami wl''J1ct time. He Is a consistent bitter, particularly behind runners.
the And he'll bunt the opposition silly.
II give pigskin fan plenty d
r 1 1A action right up to the postseason Wills also has another sterling quality not to be found among
games around the the statistics. A supremely confident contestant, be has tenacity
Orange Bowl Classic on New the kind of bulldog determination which pulls him-and
Year. the Dodgers! --out Innumerable tight spots.
The freshmen Dolphins will I Last week, In the 10th Inning of the tied-up midsummer
field a team of old pros and GETS RECOGNITION Eddie Jackson of Orlando, newly appointed sports Information classic, Maury was definitely In another one of those tight
promising newcomers underthe director at Florida AIM University, Tallahassee, and editor of the 1966 RATTLER, student spots; a clutch situation.He .
league's expansion system, yearbook, receives an embossed silver plaque from Mrs Thelma T. Gorham, former acting came to the plate In the decisive 1Mb with All-Stair teammate
meeting their first test with director of public relations and RATTLER staff advisor, while Jacquelyn and Joyce Jones of Tim McCarver of the St. Louis Cardinals perched on
the Oakland Raiders. Lake Wales, twins and associate editors of the yearbook, look on. second base, where Ron Hunt of the New York Mets had
el A week later New York will sacrificed him. All that was needed was a clean hit to breakup
be here, followed by Denver Sports Car Reds Offered the ball game and seal the victory for the National Leaguers.
on Oct. 16, Buffalo Nov. 6, John F. KennedyCup With only one batter out, Maury had two alternatives,both
,- Boston Nov. 27, Kansas City potentially good for a competitor of his class. He could have
GETS CONTRACT --- -Ctrl Champion, a 1966 graduate-ct .Dec. 11 and Houston Dec. 18. Annual Races Frank RobinsonTo Proposed moved McCarver to third while trying to beat out a squeeze
Florida AIM University, has signed a contract with the The University of Miami, long bunt or go for a clean hit. Actually he tried both, succeeding
Chicago White Sox He has reported to ttte White Soz Rookie one of the top Independents In DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-The Houston By "Sport11 on the latter.
League In Sarasota, Fla. Champion, a native of Gary, Ind., the country, opens Its bid for Sports Car Club of America The Washington Senators' Pete Ricbert, a pitcher famed
where he starred in national honors at homa NEW YORK A for moving the ball around on hitters, was on the mound. A
baseball and football at Roosevelt High Sept. (SCCA) will hold Its annual NEW YORK All-Star outfielder John F.Kennedy -
School" was offered a four-year baseball scholarship to 23 against always thorny national championship meet at Frank Robinson of the Cup, presented to the clever contestant Wills noticed that as he tried to bunt
FAUU by head baseball coach Costa Kittles. Under the Florida State In a traditional Daytona International Speedwayon Baltimore Orioles was first winner of pro football's first Rlcherf first pitch to him, the pitcher had pitched him tight
direction of Coach Kitties, Champion developed Into a One rivalry. the weekend of September offered to the Houston Astros championship game between the on the Inside. He knew that Richert would not chance repeating
fielder and excellent hitter, batting .416 In his Junior year. Other home games Include: 3 and 4.Sponsored. and the New York Yankees before National Football League and the Inside pitch for fear Maury would adjust to it and lay an
Primarily a centerfielder, Champion Is equally at home asa 'Georgia Oct. 14; Indiana, Oct. by the Central being traded to Baltimoreby the American Football League, unfleldable bunt down the third base line.
catcher. He starred in both positions at FAMU. Champion 21; Southern California Oct. Florida Region of the SCCA, the Clnclnattl Reds last winter and annually thereafter to the So Wills knew that Ricbert had only two alternatives on the
credits Coach Kittles for his opportunity to play professional 28; Pittsburgh, Nov. 11 and the sports cars will compete It has been revealed. pro football champion, Is proposed next pitch. Since he was short, Pete couldn't try a high pitch
baseball by stressing the fundamentals of the game and en* Iowa, Nov. 18. Away from home In eight races, four onSaturday Robinson, among the American in an article the current that might go wild and worsen the situation. He had to pitch
counting him to work hard. the U. of M. plays Colorado, and four on Sunday. League's leaders In every offensive Issue of SPORT magazine. him either straigbt-away and low! on a double play gamble
Louisiana State, Tulane and the The cars, representing the department this season, A John F. Kennedy Cup wouldbe (which was unlikely), or try to burn the outside corner.
I University of Florida. fastest sports machinery In the was first offered by Clnclnattl particularly appropriate,according Rlchert chose the latter, and Wills was ready for It. The
Wins Praise As Top CoachNEW Since Its Inauguration in 1933, South, and driven by Its top general manager BIB DeWitt to the article, since little switch' hitter Just reached out and sliced .the pitch
the Orange Bowl Classic has hands, will stage their battles to the Astros for outfielder Jim the former President was an Into right field on a sinking line drive Tony Ollva, the ALright
YORK "Sid ClUmai i businessman." become one of the finest of the over two of the Speedway's Wynn and pitcher Larry all-around athlete who loved fielder, had to hurry his throw to try to cut down the
is the premier coach of football Ladd, who spent five years Bowls and may be expected to Irack-and-road circuits. Dlerker, according to reports football. runner at the plate. The throw to catcher Earl Battey of the
," says All Pro Tackle i with the Chargers! learning how be again a colorful festival as The bigger, faster cars-A, but the Astros turned the dealdown. Says theSPORT editorial: "We Mlnnestoa Twins was high and to the right, and McCarver slid
Ernie Ladd of his farmer coactIn i to play his position and devel- well u an outstanding game. B, C, and D production, C, D, make this suggestion with the under it safely for the winning run for the NL stars, who were
an article In the current: aping Into an All-Pro selection, There Is much speculation E, and F modified, and A Then Robby was offered to the understanding that the Idea of batting In their home half of the 10th.
Issue Of SPORT mapUne. played out his option last sea- currently that championship sedans will have It out on Yankees for first baseman-out- a John F. Kennedy Cup first Meanwhile, guess where the fleet Wills was'Way pass second
"If they started fan club for after meet with the base on his way to third, where be would still be In a scoring
a son a salary dispute with professional play-off may be course No. 2. This layout Includes fielder Joe Peptone and 20- approval of the
him, I'd be president" says i: Oilman and negotiated a new inaugurated here this winter the full flat, winding game winner Mel Stottlemyre, Kennedy family. We believe that position with two out, had McCarver been nailed.'
Ladd, now with the Houston i. and more lucrative agreement too. WhIle this Is speculation Infield road, plus all of the but that, too, was rejected. If such approval Is met,the Cup That1 the way to play the game, In beads up fashion. But
Oilers. "But I don't like Urn with the Oilers. at this early date, the belief Speedway's high-banked trloval "Finally, DeWitt turnedto should be specially designed more than that, It was but another example of the great versatility -
as a general manager," continues in Informed circles Is that a save for the West turn. It Is Baltimore and when the Orioles and approved by the Kennedy of Maury Wills.
Ernie In evaluating his "How else can he still call Sid National Lea.at-American a course that allows the cars refused to give up family. The Cup should be es- Wills was not voted the game's most valuable player. That
former coach and general manager Oilman 'the premier coach of League play-off 1s a logical to go full bore on the long outfielder Curt Blefary along thetically right. We believe the honor went to slick-fielding Brooks Robinson of the Baltimore
with the San Diego Chargers football'?" asks the SPORTar- and natural development and backstretch, the 31-degree East with pitcher Milt Pappas, the cost of such a Cup should be Orioles. However, Maury, by deciding the classic In favor of
"He's too ticle. that here Is the NL, emerged! as the winning hero, and that's the role he
.. tough a certainly one natural Bank, and the home straight.The Clncy general manager paid by professional football
and logical place to hold smaller cars-E, F, G, accepted a package of pitchers Itself. If, however, league policy undoubtedly prefers.
it.In and H production, G and H Pappas and Jack Baldschun, prohibits this, SPORT magazine Baseball has produced very few "Little Mighty Mitea"like -
the last several years the modified, B, C, and D sedans, rind rookie outfielder Dick stands ready. would In that can Rlzzuto be classified and ex-White Sox second baseman Nellie Fox-
teams In the Eastern fact consider It as truly great.
runner-up and Formula cars-will raceovey'tho Simpson for his acesays a privilege-
Wills
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and Western divisions of the; No. 1 circuit. Save1,"Doimely.. 'I .U to donate such a Cup. the greatest d 'em all.
i National League have played for the home straight of' the'ro 141 The: Initial reaction.throughout -
Gin Tonic? before good crowds In a post Speedway, this layout Is all on Gar baseball world was shocked;
season battle on the Orange the Infield road course. No. 1 disbelief that DeWltt would
Bowl turf in early January.So places a premium on cornering, trade his superstar. The
it would appear there again acceleration and braking, attitude"of baseball people is
will be a professional playoffof rather than on raw horsepower.The summed up best, perhaps, by VOTE AUGUST 2nd
some type here, along with first d Saturday's races Dick Staler, Robin son's former >
the North-South College All- will go at 2:30 p.m., with Sundays manager at Clnclnattl and now ..
Star Shrine charity game that first race scheduled to a coach with the Cardinals.
; has become a Christmas Day get! the green flag at 1OO {).!11. "I was surprised to see Frank ASK ANY ATTORNEY ABOUT
-:4'!::4'yeasgf tradition But any way the foot- The next to closing rice on go," says. Slsler. "He was a 1
ball bounces, it will be a busy Sunday 4he Paul Whiteman leader. You can't replace that
pigskin down her e under the challenge Trophy Race-Is one kind that easily The only thing ,;
of the most prestigious events I can think Is that the front MARTIN SACK !
palms.SHOWERS on the SCCA calendar. It Is office wasn't aware dhow many
a 45-mlnute limit 1.ft.a1r. and ways be helped a club.
Vinyl adhesive i it recommendedfor !caws many d the fastest, blg- As for Frank Robinson, himself -
installing wait coverings in and I jest cars in the South. It was he has only one aim. To
around shower areas according to won last year by Buck Fulp in win the pennant with the Orioles -CONTINUE- ,
the United Wallpaper Company of a Lola. At the moment, Fulp and prove to DeWltt that be '
Chicago is the leader In the U. S. road was wrong "And you know : ;' :
Watch racing championship with two something," says Robby,"Even '
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major victories If we win, DeWitt will have an rW'l '", .SJ!;
The SCCA Nationals at Daytona answer. But If I make one meal : ... .w ,, )}
This Clown attract dozens of makes of as tough to digest for him as 1<
the I ate the night I s
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FOR RENT HELP WANTED Negro Business Congratulations To Winder Grambling Catcher Signs I

511 W. 17th St. Unfurnished JacIsnYI11e's : Sales Peiple Advancement. ,...,.. --- ......-- Baseball ContractBy
apt. Now you ran live In '- Men and women, to sell advertising. Professional
conveniently located I
IWW Liberal( draw liberal
-o-ldroora apartment commission, easy work, quick Held BackNEW COLLIE J. NICHOLSON ularly significant t to Red Sox
for $90 a month. Including nowkitchen \ sales. You earn $73: to $150 YORK with hot witerheatr. -
etyilwd the third Grambling player he
1613 if you're keen. Fringe benefits. advancement Is beg held back May realized the worth of long
Water torn. Apply
Apply; FLORIDA STAR, 2323Moneri.t of diligence this week has lured into professional
Main Street. You have to see tobelieve. by the fact that n1y a small hour baseball.Not .
Rd. 13th St. Red Sox signed
cor percentage of businesses in when the Boston
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one to deliver unmeasured
America are him to a professional baseball
Negro-owned,
accolades, Scott Is extremely
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the Interracial Council for contract.
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED MALE 'Business Opportunity charged. The former Grambllng College high on May as a prospect.The .
Red Sox scout
enjoys rare
"This confinement within a catcher was assigned to Waterloo -
Secretarial Partine Time stagnating one-class social Iowa of the class "A" stature in baseball circles I ,
having signed outfielder Hank
W 0) Men with cars, work a Ie" group creates severe resentments Mid-West League. Aaron, one f the game's big
TYPIST who can do wpm and frustrations A hustler with unbridled enthusiasm rf>
Accurate; must bo pood in English hours on your days off and destroying natural motivation, May was one of the hitters, and George Scott,
earn $10 to $15 or more.Apply: rookie Red Sox first baseman
and Apply talented
SI'l'lUlIl the
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and Initiative, said the annual prized
2323 Mon- FLORIDA STAR, 2323 Mon- : who started the All-Star
FLORIDA STAIR, Grambling nine before graduating game
report of the
council a privateorganization
crlef Cor. 13th St. No phone .crlef Rd. cor 13th. of volunteer business rT to June. for the American League to
calls, please. executives and tech- He is the second Grambling their inltall cntracts In organized -

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Nicely furnished. Cooking.Pri- of the Astro Gents Club Members from left to right are: L. Robinson H. L. Burney and a 5L'
vate. Single woman or couple, Jerome Parker. The Astro Gents also announce the 1966 All Star Game will be held Saturday -
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Modern conveniences.Call 356- July 30, 4:00: P.M. to Singelton Park. The Public is also invited to the season ban-
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IftdL( IMPORTED 86 PROOF Punshon manager of Our daring Aitrnnniili .,. tolling marginal r"" _. ITO PUT
policemen with the Strategic the Jacksonville Youth Oppor-
Butler HElP WANTED ANTONIO Tex.-Airman IT Mlt.DI.Yt WITH THEIR HE.4I.TH.cn.uMi.rimp..I / tht nnngnt
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Experience sewing ., Jacksonville, Fla.,has been Miss Elaine Ford and Mr.
5 operators for a women's uniform assigned to Francis E. Warren Charles F. Hallums have j Joinedthe *t jNM/onif/ C.n,,,, ttt Hfvtr tali. rhnnrfi ,ril It Ik*
factory. Apply Freedman YOC's professional staff HK4I.TH OF OCR FAiTHFUL TR.1DK. tT. .//u/tvi Ar ...
5th Uniform Uniform Company,220 l this month. hand m thundent supply ./ prfJI, t. ttl." drlirtfirt. .. ..1"';'.
Riverside Avenue. t Punshon said that Miss Ford,

:. 10th.......$$3.69 a native of Jacksonville graduated PRODUCED IN THE
from Florida MM In
ZI6 lAG SEWING TEETH OF THE EMBRYO
gIj PINT.$2.29JOIN $ February 1966 with a degree HURRICANE "CELIA"WHITING C
2 M1CHINESUNCLAIMED i In psychology and has been 3 3
LAY-A-WAYS assigned to the YOC's counseling LB.
THE COMPANYOF staff. Miss Ford previously
We have 2 1965 Dlal-O-Matlc had worked with the YOC
KINGS! Zig-Zag sewing machines that on a temporary basis as a nov StASII1R i/mciTjrYrir SLIM ? 8.fl"'r7tlflld'CIIA" IN PODC-
ESTABLISHED IN THE! REIGN have never been used. They Job Corps Interviewing Speclalist. -
OF KING CHARLES VH-1667 were lay-aways that were VIUOW.TAIL' C MANGOSNAPPER
I PRODUCED, BLENDED AND never picked up. Customersleft FREDDIE E. COOPER Mr. Hallums, Punshon said, 59c
area-we 'are unable to is a retired U. S. Navy Lieu- LB.
L bOTTLED IN SCOTLAND] SAN ANTONIO Tex.Airman
local e them. You may have RUDOLPH RAINS tenant Commander who recently ,.,
Freddie E. son of Mrs. T wo 0' rIMldo' mosl pfetsresou (s'd so" sew IM VII
Cooper
these for the balance of $47.00 completed 23 of active V.rIWS.SNAPPER,
ON SALE AT YOUR NEAREST years
AFB, Wyo., after completing Elizabeth Clark of 4904 Tennessee -
each. Cash or terms. Call duty as a Naval aviator. Mr.
I x LIQUORSI Air Force basic training.The St., Jacksonville, Fla.,
credit manager, 353-1946 any airman, who attended New has been assigned to Sheppard Hallums graduated from Middle I FLANKS & THROATS IB. 59c
time. Will deliver. No obligation. Tennessee State Teacher's'College
Stanton Senior High School,will AFB. Tex., after completing
In 1941 and has been, QUALITY. ROCK MAUDBROWNIE
be trained on the Ipbasanalr Air Force basic training.
The airman, a 1965 graduate assigned unit to as the an YOC's Employment placement 5 5For SHRIMP .LB. 8ge

of will New be trained Stanton on High the School Job asa Specialist. fh.?,,
personnel specialist with the
ii Air Training Command.

His wife Is the former Carol .,................-...-........................", -...
SHPj Davis of Jacksonville. 0'i;:; :
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ROBERT E. PARKER.

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Pillsbury Plain Or Self' Rising urn ONE WITH $$5.00 Parker ORLANDO, son of Fla.Mrs.-Robert Pinkie R.. ; 1 I

,' R Parker of 1406 GrotheSt. _
up : ., Jacksonville, Fla.,has been IFw
t promoted to airman second _
1. FLOUR 5:49: class in the U. S. Air Force. -
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Airman Parker is a motion U
Mincer picture laboratory specialist at
( ) Orlando AFB, Fla. He Is a
member of the Aerospace Audio
lANE PARKER Detergent SPECIAL! Visual Service which provides I'i

LEMON 2LB. )1OZPIES photography combat and for Air documentation Force units

TREND 3 9c around the world.
GIANTPKG The airman Is a graduate of '
New Stanton Senior High School. 'i I
His father, Emerson Steele,
1 l-IM-oz. resides at 1343 Grunthal St.,
size 39C Sultana Brand Pure Grape SPECIAL! Jacksonville.



'FOREMOST JELLY I 2 JAR LB. 39 C08ANGELlME Job ProgressingGordon CampaignSeen I


Punshon manager of .
OR PINEAPPLESHERBET the Jacksonville Youth Oppor- i3iF : IAjJ

Fresh Firm BartlettPEARS SPECIAL! tunity Center. campaign reported for summer that theCenter'

jobs for college and high school
PER 0 students has been progressing I
extremely well during the past
POUND 17 two weeks with 47 employers You'll go better refreshed with Ice-cold Coca-Cola.

X 59' providing these young 74 people.summer Jobs for Coke has the taste you never get tired of. Always refreshlng.That'swhy

Fresh White Punshon said the Increased things go better with Coke after Coke after Coke.
Gal. SeedlessGRAPES
ctn. Juicy SPECIAL! employer interest in providing
summer Jobs seems to have
come from emphasis being
placed by the President's Youth
SHOP A? POUND 1 19CWAREHOUSE Opportunity Campaign for sum-
mer employment and the roc'
YOUR A&P ability to employ four college
students for the summer undera thln _M)
STORE 1 i'iiiI 10-OZ JAR A&P FRESH U. S. Department of Labor bette
grant In an effort to assist the th
YOC In contacting employers
3000 W. 45th ST. throughout Duval County for Coke
ff i! INSTANTCOFFEE I summer Jobs.Punshon .

PRICES C IN said that the YOC
still has thousands of well qualified .

THIS' AD young men and women
ARIGOOD available who would like to
work this I summer and any
THROUGH L" 99 employer or homeowner who ,
Bottled und.r tile
.uIhote of TIle Cocl-Cole: ,
needs someone for a Job of any Company by Jacksonville Coca-Cola: Bottling Company

SUNDAY JULY 31 ; 1uP at kind 354-9021.should contact the YOC

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