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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:
June 22, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00770

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

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:
June 22, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00770

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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City, Tent City or whatever
rot might call it, has gone the
YOUTH 16 SHOTBLODGETTCOURT YY ,rr way 'history.; However, the
JAX
'memory lingers ClIo Dr.Ralph

David Abernathy and others.
Jailed ...n1n8t.walktd .
t through mad, arrests J"nn
were invited, the'country responded ".
by thousands to the

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Abemathy and sow***toUovertgot
20 days In Jail.'
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Youth Hit As to be pro and coa.,Mor than

Bill Shellman Jax Man,45 Held that, the mechanics of th*
He Walked'In clearing the! maintenance! ot
peace, the outcome, w If.

Is Sworn In For Killing RivalA Area With Boys (I ,equally Dr. Martin important Luther King. Jr.

: was murdered Dr. Atemathy
As Law Officer A sixteen year-old boy be1 1 tell Into till postton of .leader
Jacksonville man, who evidently became Jealous when he found cam tilt victim of a small SCLC. Then things happened.
Fioridi't first Negi) con- another man lying on the sofa In the home of his estranged wife, ber bullet wound la the chest, Two hundred followers
stabte, William SheUman became allegedly, opened fire and shot his rival fatally. received when he walked along 1 marched to Jail.At aeon Monday '

an official tutory nui r Charles Lee Balkcom, Sr.,Sit rated for the three Court H In the Blodgett Housing .. more than 150
whea be sworn past years, i photo by FredJcott of JackaoavlU shows the"body of Robert Watson, m resident riot-equipped
Wednesday was of 3526 Kings Rd.,was arrested to Police who also Project. He was takea to Duval members of tilt local
the
Criminal Court according of Yaldosta, Ga. who drowned Sunday to the waters of Feroandlna Beach along with a friend.Alford \
lota offlc by Shell- by police last Monday moraine said that Balkcom had, reportedly Medical Center. ..,er.. Watson, fifteen years old aad Myers,U,,were thrown from styrofoam boat Disturbance Unit, closed down
Judge.Warns A.Nelson and charted with .the Sunday threatened his wife Sunday night June u.that boy on which they were sailing. According to authorities, neither eoqld swim;Watson's body was oa th* campsite, under orders
man, elected to District U u night, June 14 slaying of Henry several times and, allegedly, Henry J. th1&h01al1U1 Fairfax retrieved Sunday afternoon. My*"' My WAS found Monday morning. A ceremonial wave of the hand
: constable U the! recent Demo! Ue Brittle, 4J, of HJS W. warned Details not to visit his Street, listed for several days by District Chief of Poll** '
eradepmlmaryvouldrlsflaot' mustDalkcom u in critical condition, died. Laytoa started the demolition. -
wife.Mayor's
i was lodged la Duval Chlsholmn. victim of a tragic ,:,2 voiths Drown Unity In Ranks Behind the local gendarmerie: ,
Incident, was walking through, I
County Jail without bond and a Strike b war 100 policemen. .
hearing before Justice of the tilt project, according QUce ..'Why. Dramatically,'Just before the
Gets
i Peace Ceneviev Medlock was reconU, with several other Boat raxtef ot th* weak-kneed town
set for Friday at t p.m. Altitude Stirs teeaagers. Hiseompaatoas. Chief began. Rev,Abernathy' and
Police Investigator W. R. according to D t t C t1 t e'' Out 01 Control Sought By hundreds of adherents marched
jr Gelger and Detective Sgt W.C. Sergeant R. T. Matthew andi from th* area, with Rev. Aber.
l.. -Dather..portedthat Balkconv.:,Union Members Investigator W. S.. Beactem,.<..i.Tn young men,.rlU0r.a from., natby deCant,' prayerful, tad .
vent to the borne of Mrs. Constance IIEKPHIS'O''fI) "Boot diseased totall'-lllClbotw\11 "Va\bta.a.-aDd funeeekersoa tff prepared for the ash' pwvas.
: Lane Dalkcom from who Mayor Henry Loeb out of office.: a* was with them. '111.,' the waters at Fraandlna ( ,Police :Oe pt, According to plats' arrests ..
... he had been separated about U That's the goal 01' large disclaimed knowledge u to who Beach, drowned' possibly be* wer*,la .order.Dr. Abernathy! ,"' '" 'I
p.m., Sunday night. Mrs. Balk.' group of black people la this fired the fatal bullet. .cause they were act swimmers Th Fraternal. Order of Police of Jacksonville'has been asked,. 'one ;II to polk"Ha., ( ve.
com lived at MM W. Zlst city who have secured: enough Th* two officers arrested one and could totwellprotectthemselves to discontinue: all relations with the Jacksonville 'the T sign of victory. -
St. petitions to have Loeb's re* 01 Chlsholm's companions, la tilt deep waters ther*. unofficially, according to a recent statement by tilt Th Under said. "AD will not
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Police Department
The officers said: Ba1kcom.D. call put oo the Aug. 1 ballotLoco's Richard Asbbey,11.1120 GroC2lt, Their deaths brought tot total President, John Smith. Tb organisation, all-white, has .consistently be arrested. I will direct from
bred the living room where black opponents ri.member following till shooting. of four tragic drowning- the refused to'vote Negro applicants.Tuesday the ).U." The heat did not seem
Brlaele, his wife's friend was Ashbey was taken into custody local waters over weekend. to ma the enthusiasm of the
his actions In the *
lying oa the sofa and fired two getage on U assault to murder charge Robert Watson, 19, and Alford ot this .week Smith member ot this stilt." marchers.
strike during which Dr.
shots at Brlsel brought against him following' Myers, SI, both of Valdosta said that till new Chief ofPolfe The FOP Is a private organ Born Williams was among
Martin Luther Jr.
King was
the but betor. the her for a visit with relatives, DJL-Brown: mad thenonmetal lath with a membership of
On of the! shots found the! left slain. They art because shooting *. thos arrested. He forecast that
WILLIAM (BOX) SRILLMAX side article's neck,wounding the seemed angry to begrudge death of Chlsholm. "' ventured Into the threatening request after th all- some 600. At this last meeting Washington, D.C. would become
.. oath ofoftle mayor aid deep waters at the bash. white gaaltation tailed to tak* no Negroes were admitted
.taking him fatally. Police said Balk. tilt RaQrectloaCUy.lheDIatrot {II)
the most of them
garbag men, Officers aecar.ta: the belief Hat nothing white .
GJEO recently. membership. Only one
com then fled from the scene. la four Negrooffeers, to permit expired Sunday
the
black much than'
hart had to to take office until more would to them Accord
The Balkcoms had been sepa federal minimum tappet u they According to Smith the or* officer was taken In. H_ at p....
January. wage. basked la th* SUB oa their ganlatioa may have to forego lag to Smith, till acceptance of "'
Tb leader further said 1b1I
However, Douglas L.AeUau' .Hutcalns, The strike and Dr.King's assassination Will Seek, Aid styrofoam boat Suddenly, the thelit of police facilities, the Negroes Is based on the is a Jail without a bail ,
former supervisor left the. whit and waters became more treacherous equipment and the Urn allotted ballot Their charter Is a guideline progrtmw
la th* division of auto Inspection Miami U. Has black: communities sharply From AdvisorsJacksonville's and, in spited their efforts, for Us members. be said. art embarked for on now W*
art the
divided but\ U the Negro prepared worst"R.
resigned. gave according to witnesses, tilt two Chief Howl spoke to the orpIII.u. There see about 4 J Nero
Governor Claud Kirk Immediately community newcoheslveness. GJEO, first In 'wer* throwa Into th* deeperparts at tilt time ot tilt members oo th police fore.
appointed Shellmas to Plans For After,being united oo the Issue turmoil because of accusations, haviag directed their 'tailor to recognlte the Negro Oo Negro officer has said ht R. Terminal
compete Hut Ju'terIll.SbtU. of the sanitation workers'strike plagued with resignations! frail boat away from the banks. members of the poUc.fofee. will continue to submit an ap*
nun had served under Hutchlasor the black community troubled with "restructuring": Wateoa and Myers disappeared At a weekly staff meet plkatloa. vn though .h* baa Scored On Bias
about eight year. Negro History has found another issue to unit has sent out OB SOS catt. Into the waters. Watson's body log last. Tuesdayt Chief Brown.mphiilaed been denied membership. 1
Ernest Jackson Negro It-opposition to Mayor Loeb. Greater Jacksonville's Economic Say surfaced at dyiectorading that the"police tore TIle FOP historically all And Unions
attorney, preseated the ore MIAMI The University of As the city's whit population Opportunity, Inc., seedy ,.Myers's Is expected to act as a team. lit white has teen the subject of
constable. Jackson malted that Miami., plagued a while back largely lines up behind the help. This time, U U said to Deputy Curtis Telfalr was said "1 want it thoroughly investigation by the Community
I one he ru for the office of became of complaints of students "mayor the! 31 per cent of U xptrf will com la from lOt found aotll early Monday understood that for u long u Relations Commission coo Th* Jacksonville Terminal
Justk o( th* pete la th* that Negro history and Memphis residents who art the outside. lit will serve during moraine. I am here I am for the Jackson cernlng Us laM of public property Company, operator of the Union .I.'
district, von, but could tat Negro culture were being by. black do not appear to have much and "interim" period.At Both Wateoa rod Myers apparently -. vtlle Police Department No to conduct: organisation Railroad Station la JackoartUe -
tab seat because those passed has now appointed a chanc of getting Loeb removed the Robert Meyer Hotel did lOt heed the! matter what the color the of. al business and activities, according has been charged by
Ices were declared Illegal tad committee to plan courses .... from office. Tuesday a seven-board com warning that aon-swlmmers fleer is, h* will get whatever to an unidentified DM United States Government, I
the electloni roil phaslflng the progress of the Still, the black community has mites voted to send out tile should not go Into th* deep he deserves and I think this spokesman wtth discriminating ap.Iast"t-
Jackson commeaded Shellmaa Negro mad its presence felt through distress signal. Impetus was waters. They were, therefore, should be the attitude of every grog In Us employment habits.TV .
and spoke of the Importance The first appointee Is Dr. the recall effort. Regardless of given the idea by.the United too far from Immediate help Government 1Iu.also
of the position. lit said the new Charles U, Smith, Professor his feelings about Negro rest States Office of Economic Opportunity from guards. Another witness Meyer Tlllzier Talks On Negro morel cloves unions u defendants
constable Is "committed to of Sociology at Florida AIM. dents of his city Mayor Loeb which said that a coa- said Watsoa was dead when U a suit which has been
peace aid traoqulllty lath* Dr. Daniel Thompson, Pro-, will have to respect his black suiting firm could be hired. his body was retrieved and could At St. Petersburg Meet filed by the United States District
coauall1 1." Shellmaa bar lessor of Social Sciences at constituents. The board suggested seeking not be muscjttated. Court, according to Attorney
lined la the city for M years Dlllar, will serve u chairmen Behind the petition drive to proposals from all firms in* Tare were drowning victims ST. PETERSBURG-Mayor Hans G.Tinnier and Dr. Lawrence General Ramsey Clark.
aid 1s a graduate of StaatoaKith. The third and last will have Loeb recalled 1s th*United crested order that on*mightbe earlier at American Beach in Bottoms of Atlanta, the latter the Associate Secretary of the Both unite will be charged under
Former Constable be Kenneth Marshall Vke President League, headed by O. Z.Even, chosen. Nassau County. A man from Divtek of Interpretation of the Church Extension Departmentof the *ojwal employment opportunity
Hutcblns was pretest at Ueceremonies. of the Applied Research owner of a pest-control com GJEO must also find a aw Qllnols was a victim north of the! Preskyterlaa Church U.S., in a dialogue her on the! rote section of the 1964 Civil .
Bpb.Smith. Photo Center of New York. pu,. director. GJEO must find some Aaastasia State Park in St. of th! church and of the government times of community unrest Rights ActInformation ,
new personnel. Johns County. mad it plain that the role of the Amnrkaa Negro is nostabe. has been revealed .
A Cause at Florida Presbyterian College which shows that of the terminal's
Worthy Mandatory however is tile Both agreed speaking
total employee roll of 650
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choosing of a consulting firm. that fTinTtti'nc must be done, not altogether from the angle of, to
Attorney Earl Johnson and NECIOCOUEGE'SROLE the church tteetf.Tb lOG are Negroes. According
Wendell Holmes, committee mayor pointed out thatJa.cboaYDlt. chasm between the ideals of the United States' charges, a
embers, felt that the choice CHICAGO-(Nfl' )-The role with a Negro popuUtioa love, faith and hope and the patten of d1scr1m1Dat1cla, has
rr, j of a director at the moment is 'of till Negro colleges currentlyis of 42 per cent Is faced realities of life in the Negro been maintained Lines which have prevents teen setup
sd wise. They were la accord to provide the leadership with the problem of the"fence- community line church has upgrading.
the
do not
wtth Commissioner Harris that 'on face relations. He em which permit
which the Negro community taught me. u aa individual
of for other
a choice should be mad u soon .needs, declared Dr. James E. phasited that there must be said Dr. Bottoms "that I can choosing Negroes
fx.t ya S p'' U the water clear lIP.Dr.W.W .tIa..t.t president, Shaw confrontation. Th mayor indicated through the Holy Spirit, know, than Th ON suit lowest Jobs.also that requirements
Schell however, reminded the University, daring a find : that many Negroes get feel and will; but u a NegroI says have teen imposed
committee that the"Concentra raising *Chicago less than $ .OOO per,.,.Mayor can't know, feel or wilt" told
led Employment Program"willafter -Abumoll Council, United Tauter went on to Indicate Dr. Bottoms continued, "I on Negroes seeking Jobs
'U definite moves art not Negro College Fund. Speaking that "community Involvement" am angry because as aa ladividual for years for teen by whites.apprentices Only
aadI.TIle. to 500 diners la the PickCongress has ten stressed. "W* tried I can't make decisions;; white have
i, committee will advertise Hotel, be said "Of all' to offer hope" be said. H* I can't be a person la this torJalllumachlalstlcarand nun
for firms which can make proposals the institutions of higher spoke of the frustrations, the society.: lit mentioned that etectrklans.U
and will contact u many learning Negro colleges art despairs, th* hates, the fears, America is now dealing with a addition to that, In face of
local firms u possible.. la the test position to createNegro of the Negro la Jacksonville. Negro revolution. the laws relating to publk faci \
leadership." Then, toning more directly to Dr. Bottoms concluded his remarks 1lWs-1M Tum.1Dalbaa been
Cassius Clay Is the position of the Christian by saying "The Negro charged with segregation in the

01 Baby church kftyor Tantler pointed is OA the lowest rung of society, both aad locker rooms. The
father United States Government has
out, "I sacposa that Christian tar removed from till tight to-
CHICAGO Cassias Clay, love MIl concern should have 10 men who make the decisions asked the company be forth.
deposed world heavyweight box- teen eaoagh motivation to ac* in a community or the 100 or so with forbidden to practice- such
tag champion, became a father compliah this, but in a free people who speak for them. lit imctica.Is ,
The' Alpha Kappa Akja Sorority lac., through the Jacksoavai chapter, immediately following u of Jan 11. BterpriM system that new can't enter Into\ the making of furtherance of Ie'.uIt the
the fatal shooting of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., launched Into a program designed to honor Clay** wife, Belinda g a v e golden rate 1s often 'Do it onto decisions which will affect hid Attorney General's; office
till memory of the late rights worker. In the pktbre.'011 the left, Is Mrs. AMa G. White president birth to a seven-pound six- them, before they do It unto through needed social change. I brought out that She eleven unions -
of the sorority who Is seen presenting a check to President Robert H. SpIro, right d' ounce girl at the South Chicago yoaf Reforms,h*tell,must want only to be a man, but the have some kind of an .1
Jacksonville University, for 'the maintenance 01 a lung scholarship fund. Mrs. Dennis T. Hospital. Sobeyeedlourlthgjobsa education. system the power structure .messes with tile terminal, .
Stewart, chairman of th* scholarship fund committee, looks on. David L. Hartshorn, director At preen time Muhammad AU *' makes it bard" agrwamsas which have tended
of financial aids. expresses approval also. had not given name to the child. Dr. Bottom,;lashed out at the to perpetuate. discrimination.:
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I I Nuptials i Beverlr' "ReynoldsBecomes Grimes r -Simpson Marriage Vows Exchanged THEATRE WING'ByEARLCALLbWAY

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Grace Bumbry, exciting mez
fi Charles lovings
zo-soprano of the operatic

stage, projects her Immense
Miss Beverly Ann Reynolds talent in the title role of dock's;'
and Charles Marion Lovlngs opera "Orfeo ed Eorldtee," or
pledged troth Saturday at 5:30 Angel Records SBL 3717. Anneliese ..
t at Mt Calvary Baptist Church, Rotheriberger, soprano;;
with Rev W. Hill and Rev. sings the role of Enrldke ;!
C.A. Weaver officiating soprano Ruth-Mueet Ads is;
ri d The bride wore an Empire beard as Amore. Vaclav NeuJntium
gown of silk organza over taffeta conducts the .Leipzig;
with a peau d'ange bodice, Radio chorus and the Leipzig.
and bell-shaped sleeves. The Gewandhans orchestra. ,3
kern of the A-llne skirt was Although Miss Bombay hail
r 4k1i scalloped with lace. The bow- recorded frequently lnEnrope
trimmed court train was also her releases bare not been!
scalloped. The train veil, of r 'easily obtainable In the :
Elusion, was held by a lace cup 1 I States. However, the recording.;!
with organza flower petals of "Orfeo ed Eurldlce" (Vlen*?
across the back. b na Version of 1762) is among;;
Mrs. Gloria Andrews, sister several released on the new:
of the bride, was matron of hon label. >';

or Bridesmaids were: Mrs. .. il" ( Do not look for perfection of;
Caroline Armstrong, Sooth ; 'ft sound in the voice of Miss Bom*.*

Carolina, Mrs. Trumilla Brltt, '- .. .' ..'. try In this recording. How cafe?
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Virginia; Miss Willie Sue ::1, \'.fj' '. .tie voice remain smooth whew
t_ A Grainger, South Carolina, Miss one is strickened with emotion?}
Mary Jane Miller, South Carolina How can one prevent occasional:
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f '{ and Miss Sberrle Ponton, when
: 'i 1: 'Virginia. How caatherebestreagtbwbet

] Jtnior Bridesmaids were: one is struggling with another t*..
., Pamela Britt and Virginia sodws'SLotlsgs / When portraying sincere anti
= sisters ot
Kits ftmrtr Aga Reynolds, abort, Memo Ik* bride el Mr. the croobfJI1cea! Andrews and deep emotions, the voice will
Charlee Mario Lovings, Saturday at 8.30 at Mt Calvary Bap- Brldgette CepM were flower I respons to the body Impulses.That .
list Qnatb. TIlt Mwlyweds an now honeymooning in Muni.71y > Is why Miss Bumbry's
Tin red II In Aaltyvllk, New York,Photo By BOB SMITH girls.Serving u b1P
Phillips A. Lovings, brother of cell Simpson and Dr. Elwyn Mancel Grimes Eric 0. Simpson of Jacksonville and the style and eloquent dramatic

he groom. Ushers were:Frank are shown exchanging marital vows In a bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. sensitivity. Her endowed vocal

Donaldson, Jr., brother-in-law ceremony performed last Saturday, June 15, 'Ephron Grimes. of Wood vii Ie Miss. Photo virtuosity Imagination.As Is. a vivid example of.

,/GfiE4dIL// Y3st of Charles the groom Nicholson,Chauncy, James Mitchell, at I II I a.m. at St. Pius Catholic Church By BOB SMITH. a result of her to

Reed, Milton Thomas and Kenneth by Rev. Father Eugene McKenna. grasp the anguish of S the
of of
Tolbert. Junior ushers severelty hope,
were: Ashby Cowart, Jr., and t failure, the excitement of such
$uf/ Sammie Davis Jr. Anthony Social Workers Grimes-Simpson Wedding her cess sensuoastooesrtuectedtbqvaried and finally eternal Itnss;

Britt was ringbearer.
Mrs. Lillian Alston served u Marks Georgeous Simplicity musical elements which,
Receive AwardsFor accompanied the dialogue. (
;Mtdficililin ( eJ iaiuit bridal consulbtnt.Mrs Receiving Johnson Miss Collette Vonceil Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric 0. Simpson, was married Last season when Miss Bum
gifts were: Magnolia -
and Miss Cow to Dr. E1WJ11 Mantel Crimea, Nashville, TeM., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ephron Grimes, Wood- bry toured the United states'"slgntog
Gwendolyn *
Siriiii Rurs art. Mrs.Magnolia Johnson also More StudyJACKSONVILLE YUle McKenna, Miss officiated., at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 15, in St. Plus Catholic Church. The Rev. Eugene a fun under (German)

Ifiililti. fir 12 K 2 A. served at the punch bowl. Fla. Mrs. Delores Pearson Baker Wendell Grimes, brother of seed pearls. Stephanotis and program severely, by she many.was criticised It was a
Mrs. Lillian Robinson was organist. State of matron of honor. Miss the Woodvllle her bouquet.
Nineteen Department was bridegroom, an orchid made up challenging program of artistic
'In an Atnof.'v.try! of Mrs. JaeUan4l. Davis public Welfare social workerswere Phyllis Simpson, sister of the Miss; Allen Stewart, Wood- The reception was held Immediately depth and the artist performed
.AnniversariesBanquets 1,-form8hOsDitali 1 and The Mrs.former Vivian Miss L. Green sang. selected to receive first bride, was Junior bridesmaid; vllle, Miss; Randolph Hadley, following the wedding it well in most cases :
Reynolds year shcolarshlps at any accredited Bridesmaids were Mia,Sandra Thomasvllle, Ga; and Dr. at the Regency Roof Garden of She reserves the right( to :
jVcket and Tie Required.UI the of Mr. and Mrs. pro'gram
ReunionsMeetings .. daughter graduate school of Grimes, Woodville, Miss, Spurgeon Williams, Tallahassee the Mayflower Hotel where, music u she pleases..
-7 : 30 p. t Joseph Reynolds. Mr. LovingsIs social work beginning Sept. sister of the groom, Mrs. see, Ilouphouett Wootenwas champagne from continuously, Because she is black, does not;
the of Mr. Forrest Lovings
son Claudia Smith, New York City, served to
1968. fingoaree.The flowing fountain was
she must follow certain:
Parties, Fast Drive In Service and of the late Mrs. Lovlngs. According to Mrs. Lamar G. Miss Tfaeodosla Jones, Miss bride was attired in anA pesta.1be format mean in programming.a ',

Receptions Large Parking Area Rotear, director of Staff Development Florence Wooten, Houston, -une, empire gown of silk newlyweds enplaned from The meuo1Iu'enjoyed :
Tbe wedding reception was for the Florida& State Tez; Mrs. Shirley Smith and organza which was lavishly Jacksonville for the Bahamas and
765-9255 held at the George Washington Department of Public Welfare, Mrs. Eunice Parker, Downing- encrusted with clusters of seed where they spent their honeymoon is considered uninterrupted success of:;
55U Soilel a protegee
Drive Hotel Following a wedding tripto the selection was made from town Pa. Sharon Woolen, pearls and crystal beading over at the West End Grand Lotte Lehmann who refined her;
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Nassaa the couple will reside 41 applicants bate eon an Houston Tea was flower ctrL re-embroidered Alencon lace. Bahama Hotel.
UAttltyvllle, Mew York. exceptional demfliVrated Dr. Alfred Louis, Lafayette, The bodice featured sab/ina The couple will live in Nashville lieder technique.Records Album -SU54
Out-of-town guests were:Mrs. ability in the field Q social La. served u best man. neckline and elbow-length Tenn. where the room, Angel ,
which features Miss Bumbry la
mora Jones, Miss Donna work. Ushers were Dr. Everett sleeves. The bride's veil was Dr. Grimes will intern at
Jones Sharon Lovlngs and Kim Also It social workers now McKlssIc, Memphis, Tenn.; attached to lace petals with Hubbard Hospital while his wife "A Song RecIW"consistingof
Farmer, New York City Mrs; the creative genius of Sche-
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In their first of graduate
year serves u a PbIIcal1berapist
u&9! shoes Mary Lovings. Mrs. LurevaLovings study were selected to receive Gets Too Honors at the same institution. bert, Schumann and Brahms'
,, Miami Mr. and Mrs. Is a bona fide test of her skill
second scholarship .,
year .. a ..J ,.
Lester Butts, Mr/and Mrs. This scholarship program U delivering! ft* subtle beauty

Ltnard Brut, Virginia Mrs. which provides for a'I\IpeDd' Professor Green, ',of German songs.Leonard Hokanson -
Atkins and Son Mr. and Mrs. of 75 per cent of the workers' provides wonderful assistance
LAST CALL-Summer Shoes Prayer, Virginia and Mr. and salary while attending graduate Presents Students at the piano.;
Mrs. James WUcber, Philadel school has been helping social Metropolitan tenor George
phia. Shirley joins the exciting young
workers for apeclal1 -
prepare Professor A. N. Green will
meu-sopmo and aopruoEU.
4 social work skills in
RACK SALE Florida& since 1943. present his music students in MathIs and bass Maims Rlntz-
recital at the Church of Christ ler In a perfonDlCteiolloart'
Scholarship recipients are obligated Written in Heaven Sunday "
July
"Raqulem. Rafael Fruhbeckde
Court
Phillips to work for the
7 JSO p.BLatUSOKlngsRoad.'
Burgos conducts the New
of Public Welfareone
L\i \ \ Plans Department calendar year for each I On Monday night, July 8, the Philharmonic Orchestra and
Program
school attended Mrs. I adults will appear in program.: Chorus in the Angel recording
year Elder Thomas Brown is pastor. S-3M70.
Susie Baker and Mark Ge15ler
J.C. Phillips Court No. 104. represent Jacksonville. Mrs. Rosena P. Mlddleton 1s Shirley's brlllance u one ot
Heroines of Jericho, will hold t church reporter. the great tenors of modera

the ninth anniversary celebration Pride 01 Maceo ) times is certainly revealed tQ
during the worship service f' great advantage in this album.
at 10:43 in Tabernacle: Baptist Meets July 4 .. I .. 4 J Mrs. Mary Grooms He has technique, buoyant

Church, Rev. W.E. Young Pride of Maceo Temple No. ... _O.U ... style, clarity of language an4.
\ pastor, on Sunday June 30., 1M will meet on July.al The daughter of a betnune-coounaa couegeAssutant frottssor Visits Daughters a command of dramatic
Deputies of the district wtlbdgw 71! West Dun at I p.m. Mrs. English received top honors previous all-white elementary urKeOC,.
tt. Among them will beD..1 Rattle I. James is Daughter school in Daytona Beach. Stacey Wesley a twelve-year-old six Mrs. Mary Grooms, WJ3 West AKA Sorority
ir '.A. Smith. HJIA. Ruler. grade graduate received top honors during an achievement 14th St.. is vacationing with her
Masons, Deputy H. Simmons, program sponsored by the student council of the newly.IntegratedVolusla daughters, Mrs. Freddie Washington -
Master Masons, Deputy AU. Mrs. Akins Elementary SchooL The academic awards for the highest former Miss Ernestine Will Sponsor
Frailer, Heroine Janie F.Cannon average in the entire school. Health Award for health education Grooms, of Tuskegee, Miss
e ', Past General Grand Matron Will Be Honored aDd a Teacher of Tomorrow Award were presented to young Audrey Grooms and Mrs.Leo Skill ClinicFor
of the General! Grand Conference Mrs. Queen Akin will be the Wesley by the school's principal, Mr. Keller Shelar, Jr. She is nard. Roberts formerly Miss
will be the special guest. honoree at an appreciation the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Emanuel Wesley of Daytona Beach. Sandra Grooms. Both now the third summer.Gamma,
Heroine Rosa L. Johnson is gram Sunday, June 3, at Tabernacle Her mother, Josephine, has been an English Instructor of reside in San Francisco Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha
Most Ancient Matron of the Baptist Church, at 4 Bethune-Cookman College for more than teA years. Mr. Wesley Kappa Alpha Sorority, will
.,fu Phillips Court p.m. Rev.W.E.Young 1s pastor. is the proprietor of a local print shop. New sponsor a testing and study
0 0 Century Club skills clinic. The clinic IS

basically designed for students
AT __Helping The Cause Ol Education Will Celebrate who will be ..Diorlm the local

.: high schools DId term, 19M
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VALUES TO $17.00 ; :. ,\.'' : are To improve stu habits i
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,_ .. '" -, ( ,,'.i' :<- ?; ** .4u \ New Century Savings and develop skills for successfulperformances
Social Club will have its seventeenth on standardized
anniversary Sunday tests; to acquaint students with
,Jury
Every shoe a current style U, at 4 p.m. at the Mt. Morlab scholarship opportunities and
assist them in making appUca*
1 PI Baptist Church, 1953 West
Self-service % Ninth. Rev. H. L. Harold, lion for scholarships. J
pastor, is the principal speaker. Through this community serf
Every shoe on rack
Mrs. Martha Thomas is chairman vice project to the Sorority
2000 pair available of the program committeeand hopes to assist more students
v I will be assisted by members in Qualifying for admission t9

Net every size and color ,, of the club. Mrs Mae Bell colleges of their choices, and
Breeden is president. Mrs. 'well-paying Jobs. .
.* Shop early for best selection Mildred Francis is secretary The Reading and Study Clinic
j of Alpha Kappa Sorority is now
ft No refunds or exchangesTHURS.FRI..SAT. in progress at the Myrtle
V r New Teleiisioi Skow Avenue Branch Library insteadof
at Bethel Baptist Church
Titled "Black Joinil"1 I from 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs}
Camilla Thompson 1s director
NEW YORK-(NPr>- 'Black of the clinic and Mrs. Norms
If the shots hold outUt Journal," a monthly(television) White is Basileus. They wig
; ; magazine devoted to Negrocul- be assisted by other member
tare and a1faIr"PI'.lI1ertellut of the
sorority and college ant
week with a program centering dergraduate members and
.HOa on an address by Mrs. Martin pledgees. ,
Luther King, Jr., on peace and Students from all the local high-
ft" no-violence, delivered to the schools are invited to partici

f ,_., University graduating Cambridge.class of Harvard.Mass. pate.NEWS DEADLINE

2U W: Alans StV Aired under the auspices of
+. .. atlonal Thursday July 4 is a,National
a Educational Television ,
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Omega ot i-
Chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha chairman of scholarships, presided. Soror r min. the lOUJ'IItla1solealure4 Holiday. All news for
... 110rw. Marco 1575 St. J..*. Av Sorority Martin king Inc Memorial, presented $500 to Jacksonville University for the emphasised the occasion. Members of the group were Thompson presented t report on Resurrection City, the FLORIDA STAR mast
... tit Scholarship FunlThls was done recently to Dr. and Mrs. SpIro and to Mr. the site of the Poor reach the office not later than
Hiwey Plus Blvd.TM Bartshorn. director of school Peoples
U..I.tnIty at
branch at
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the
...... school. Dr. Robert Spiro, president of the Monday I 1161'.
,finance Mrs. Spiro Minjaip in evening July .
.: ... tl lope frtTHtl school accepted the ; presided at the coffee service. Also present
grant Dr. also
SpIro for :
spoke Mayor were undergraduate Sorors Janice Cobb and Brenda and a survey and fhhistory There win be. no change heals
Tanzler who Folson of
was unable to
be
Soror Ch rinrte
presect.
Stewart. delivery
: FAMU and Soror Aurora Dow, a recent FAMU graduate of the Negro Press. publication and
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i Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Will Hold Annual Convention In Chicago' 'II j|




N Receive Diplomas WEDDING BELLSEdward I Senator Brooke'sDaughter 1.)1)


3 Gerome Wright, 664 Larry McCoy. 2115 Kingston Eugene Brown, 1417 Bolden LoganSt 6133, t Marries I)
29 and Delorls W. ,
Smith
or W. 8th St. 20 and Sandra De- :St. 20 and Mary A. ,
,
lorIs 8239 Tarllng .1016 Powhattan St? 19. Strawflower PI, 31. BOSTON-Miss Rem Brooke, The newlyweds will live In
Harley
,
Ave, 19.Raymond. Calvin Scott, Jr., 2207 Tuska- Walter Burrell 1441 Myrtle daughter of Senator of Edward Boston near Northeastern Uni
.t", gee Rd., 36 andEUa Angustlna Ave., 22 and Annie E. Hudson, Brooke, first UnitedStatesSenator versity, where both are planning I
Leverne Jones, lawson, 5534 Belafonte Dr.C8. 1116 E. 9th St., 19. elected since Reconstruction on entering as sophomores this
days. became the bride of fall. The groom Is the son of a
2075 W. 13th St., 21 and Mattie -
Mae Durham, 1170 W. 5th William Batts 1407 N.Lee St. Melvin Lee, 3807 Wlnton Dr.. Donald R. Hasler In the homeof machinist in Edgewater. Mrs
r St., 21.Anthony. 18 and Shirley AnnWrlght,1616Davis 18 and Janice E. Hall, 5783 Senator and Mrs.Brooke in Hasler Is a member of the
d St., 16. Castellano Ave., 16. Martha's Vineyard, last week. Democratic Comitlttee at New
'v Waddell Hlckson, The ceremony, Catholic, was MUford.MODFRN.
2602 Bunch Dr., 23 and Rose- Alto Smith, 541 Minnie St.,50 Larry T. Scantling 1242 Mc- performed by Father Donald PAI>mcs: art dis. I
marie Nadene Tolbert, 1651W. and Juanita Josephine Jenkins, Conihe St., 20 and Jacquelyn Couza, pastor of Sacred Heart rat*. Catholic Dge! !t-June.
15th St., 24. 541 Minnie St., 81. Holloman 326 Oak St., 18. Church In Oak Bluffs, Mass.
r E
s
Sylvester Wheeler Plnckney, J.
.3237 Brasque Dr.,24 end E'OD I
Vivian Montgomery! 1521 Pre

PowhattanSt., 19. m SALE !

Robert Tyrone Winters 6109
Ardlsla Road 22 and Cheryl
Lynette Sampson, 2135 Mars
Ct., ZOoHouston

Parson, Jr., 2314
Teal $t.. 21 and Betty Jean Why Repair?

Aaron 17. 1826 Broadway Ave.,

Two graduates of the Bol en'a College of Business, Minnie Betha and Carolyn Williams,
are shown receiving their diplomas at a recent graduation exercise from E.L. Johnson, HUlman Patten,2038 Baldwin A Remanufactured I
instructor of Business Education and assistant president of the College Photo By A. Crawford St., 21 and Gwendolyn Elisabeth Complete I 1

Hutcherson. 7211 Rhode i I
Bolden's Nurse Graduates Island Dr. E., 21. i

I George Ronald Thurston, engine Saves You I Moneygives j I

1252 Cleveland St, 33 aDd
Lucille McKentle, 7011 Luke

r St., 20.Frank. Life !
car
new
V. Cooper, 4010 Owens your
ms Ave., 25 and Mary L.F.Harris,
1650 W. 32nd St., 21.

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/' James H. Houston, 1817 W. j
1 Ii t6t11 St., M and Willie V. Dunn,
2236 Kingston St., 18. 01

Bobby L. Murray, Memphis, !
DAYS
ONLY
Term., 21 and Beverly Franklin, 5
2405 W. 28th St., 19. J

\ Graham E. Reid Nashville, 1 1952-62 Chevy 6-235 cu. 1 In. Regularl/ $277

Tenn., 25 and Louella D. Williams P

805 Line St., 24. \
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James Klnsey, Jr., 2120 MarsSt. II IIWNttR
., 20 and Maggie I. Calhoun, $258

2120 Warren Mars a.AlelUcSerJr.U5S'W. St., 19

/ !
10th St., 22 and Asonla L.. r

The tight ladies seen abort art shown receiving their nurses aid certificates from Mrs. Roberts, 2934 Begonia Rd., 22. r bl
Rebecca Thompson R.N., at the recent graduation exercises of Bolden's Business College. /
Mrs Thompson was the instructor in Hospital Aid at the College. They are, from left: Bertha Lincoln Joel Williams, WU-
Lambert, Evelyn lierrlngton Elsie Jones, Ophelia Morgan, Joyce Jones, Celia Lee, Cornelia llamston, S.C., 21 and Jean Pa* e Completely) dismantled reotiembted with over 1

Rogers and Nora Ue. .Photo By-A. Paul Crawford trlcla Ann Shipp, 1748 W. 3rd <.. 200 new parts 12 mo. 12.000 mile guarantee.
St., 21.Jereil.

Sailors Will Emphosiie Mrs. Matthews Elijah Caswell, Jr.UIW. COMPLETE .1 ;I

Church St, 23 and Patricia

leadership J And 'EducationCHICAGO Becomes Bride U.Annette.Hall, .828 W.. Church St, ENGINES r" 1957 to 1965 chevronvs- iJ

The forty-seventh national boule of the Zeta Phi Jones :
01 Rev. Miss Johnson And
:Pets Sorority, Inc., will be held in the Sherman House Hotel here GUARANTEED 283 cubic inch engine '
$
from A gust 11 .to August IS. Mrs. Mildred Bradhamof Mrs. Mabel Albert Matthews Completely Rebuilt 331 'I

Jacksonville, Fit, and a large staff officers will be in charge. was recently married to the Mr Pringle Marry 12.MONTHS OR Regularly) S3/2.t M M I
-Mrs. ElisabetaD.Koontt.nrst promotes a national scnoiar snip Rev J.J. Jones pastor the O WITH TKADI
Louise Johnson i
church Miss Theresa !
Negro to be chosen as program and holds regional Anlloch Baptist in an daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Walter Ii! J
and impressive and simple wedding 12,000 MILES
school
president-elect of the powerful councils for entl.high ceremony. The setting was Johnson, was married to Mr. 1960-1964 Ford falcon 6 i i iw
National Education Association college stu
boule the home of the bride at 510 Carlton Pringle, son of Mrs. ,. ..,.... ... '
will be the keynote speaker. The theme of this year's Susie McDonald and of Mr. *I M r .1 dI. .v I
.The sorority is dedicated to Is "New Dimensions, The Odessa Street. Rev C. Dailey William at 6.45 ,... .> ll-.ltI.' ..........fee. 0 0 144 cubic Inch engine '
minister of the First BaptlsiChurch Pringle, : p.m.Saturda't h .< (Kilo old .IM, v..4 I'
With this
youth development,particularly Forward Look. : Completely Rebuilt ,
June 23, at the home ) cpll.d.r< Ards .lgah./ 2 5 5
in the areas of leadership theme In mind the sorority of Oakland, officiated, eSe. kick dill vllkl. |..1.l ..Mktr Regularly $272
scholarship and education u hopes to encourage youths and assisted by the Rev. B. Hartleywho Rev. ".C. Merrlweather officiated. 1.000 .... .f ..Iek.I. fcx..n.. I
well as in the field of under Zeta to face op to the responsibilities serves the pastorate of *.... ,Md>**,f ctw. tint TM 'L04 WITH TiADI I,
...... ... ... .....
graduate study and urban of modern society. the Friendly Baptist Church. The bride wore a of .- It *.Utl .v fet i
gown
dr lent atioa.Tbe sorority Emphasis will be placed on The bride was given in white satin and lace,Her veil Noll.d.w :w c.cl.l rod ..d ::Ift'-/::: : 1955 to 1962 Ford Y-e !
council marriage by her son, Mr. /
undergraduate promotion '
was attached to a crown of ccr d.M* vltk ills m rt.I.cl.r. i
of local Horace Brows The matron of ... V
the establishment SI' .c..d.u.' ttpclnt
Raines and she carried
High affiliates, budgets financing: honor was her sister.'Mr. seed pearls d...t*cwMrf hy outo Kc tI:: 2Q2 cubic inch engine ffe Cfc Vf
of white carnations.Mrs. / *
bouquet ...
and communications. Bernice Williams < .cIvtl. fr- Msb.r.w. Completely Rebuilt C.-fc A
and on housing n
Holds ClassIn The best man was Rev. E. Delores Burns, sister Regularly $367 ** ** 9 I
of the bride, was the matron
will also elect Simpson, pastor of the Zion
The convention of honor. Mr. James Wttltfleldw2s /' WITH TRADI \
national officers for the coming Hope Baptist Church
Evening ear. Present officers are Mrs.' The bride wore a shift style the best grandnephew man. Mr.of Pringle Mr. and is Low Cost Installation Available I
Mildred Jacksonville dress of aqua lace fashioned
C. Bradham,
to Mrs. Rufus Williams. A -
Adults are urged register reception

DOW at William for adult Raises evening High classes School 14 B.,King Fla.board,,grand Garychalrman Prof.baslleus Isabelle;,Miss executive with and and veil white three-fourth, with gloves.matching bell She: sleeves carrieda shoes, followed newlyweds the will ceremonies.The reside in. Over 700 Engine Models at Wards Low Prices

These classes are being held Jacksonville.
of white
bouquet carnations
Herson, Southern University
fr'T
each Tuesday and Thursday Her sister chose a pink stain
Dr. Mary
night, 7 to 10 p.m., under the first L.. Tillman vice president, M.D., ;Si Louis, dress with lace trimmings and COMPLETE COMPLETEBRAKE
auspices of Florida Junior Col- :
ENGAGED
secretary, and Mrs. Nora E. matching accessories.The )
Classes Lockhart, Raleigh, ".C. schoolteacher reception was held in the .
being offered are home of the bride. Mrs. Nettle _
How to Succeed in College treuurer. '
i
National publicity director is Thompson, the groom's secretary Engine lune-up
typewriting and choral and band
Mrs. Irma B. Thompson, New- kept the Bride's book.
music. Mrs, Bertha Guests Included relatives, ; :
port News Va. ,
Succeed in
"How to College"features
Fitthugh, Chicago is handling close friends of both the bride 1 .icu....,
films and topics on
college and Job adjustment, and local. publicity for the convention. and Andoch.groom: and. members of / A JOB --:----.._.... '. PARTSIXTRA
Intensive speed reading. Typing '
The keynote speaker for the Following a wedding trip, the \.
seeks to prepare students couple will reside at 510 Odessa-
for employment in various top boule is herself an example Street, and will be at hometo ; 88
/ 1
of what can be /
to youths 8a 6i
level jobs available.which are Choral now becoming and achieved determination.She through. education and the friends month. after the. end of 34 r ,

band musk deer opportunitiesSOT .
skill development and enrichment. is Mrs. Elisabeth D. Deltas Sponsor ,. fOlD CHEVY ..j:1. tf
Koonts a native of Salisbury, 4 : ., .. i., .8'Cylinder 7.88
N.C. 1 Zeta Mrs. Koost in COMPACTS ..
; "
Register now The fees are '
Clinic In '
$4.00 and$5.00 for the courses. July, 1967, became the first ReadingThe a "N' LOOK WHAT '
Negro ever to be elected Jacksonville Alumane -I : WARDS DOES
Golden: Dream president of the million-mem Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta NO MONEY \;"Jj'h') -
ber National Education Check boner,, co
So/orlty is holding their annual DOWN
flub Has Meeting Association, the nation's reading clinic at the Myrtle ...,.* \ bles, cranking and
largest professional organisa Avenue Branch Library on July MARGARET( HARRIS cfidrging veJtoaes :
"
."bt Golden Dreams Civic Club tion.In. Z,yom' to 9 p.m. o Install new Check seals, Repack front COMPLETE replace plugs,* in
VlU have the regular meeting 1865, she participated in a Miss Marshall Washington Reverend and Mrs. Frank H. linings, ccmeeter cylin wheels AUTO y "'{stall points set cor.
it the t-G Center, July 1, at White House Conference on Education review West Side Story Mrs. Harris, Sr., have announcedthe build wheel der, returnsprings Check, adjust SERVICE buretor and timing
8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs James. in Washington, D.C. Judy Pillans of the Children's engagement of their daugh* cylinders, arc all and lubricate )
Stubbs will be hosts for the A gradual of Livingstone College Department of the Burns Library ter, Margaret Ann Harris, to shoes, turn fluid line, hand brake check compression.
evening. J.W. Sparrow is pre Salisbury, N.C. and will discuss three books Paul W. Jones, Jr., of Clewis- drums wheel bearings d is t
,!deDi. L.B.Hannon is reporter Atlanta University,Mrs.Koonts Gwendolyn J.Chandler chairman ton, Fla. He is the son of Mr. Install fluid Meed brakes for' sty:: car 'All 3 WARDS/MlTO. CENTERS
*. has done graduate work at Indiana projects for the sorority. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Sr. Miss : 1
and Columbia Universi Harris is majoring in Elementary -
ties. She holds an honorary Education. Miss Harris V ....,
Washingtonians Plan
Doctor of Humane Letters from Champions is a member of the Roberlette Philips Hiway 5121 Normandy GatewaV Shopping
her alma mater, Livingstone. Gospel Singers of Jacksonville.Mr. ,
Plan last Meet Arrangements for the boule Downtown Fete Jones is a senior at Florida Plaza Blvd. 'Center;
'' are being handled by a 12- Memorial College and Is majoring ..
The Washington Court No. Z05 member local committee The Champion Savings Club in Social Science.: He lea Phone 359-2711 Phone L2270 Phone 764.2561
will meet Friday, July 5, at the beaded by Mrs. Fitxhngh.In will sponsor a musical on July member of the Phi BetaSlgmaFraternity. u'
Temple 410 Broad Street, at addition to other agenda SI at the FLORIbA TIMES- A wedding date will No Money Down-Charge it at Wards"SAlURDAY. ,
I pjn7 This will be the last. Ixislness, the convention tf ll. UNION BulldiagNo.lRivertde be announced later. 4
meeting until September. Mrs. conduct workshops in several Avenue Mrs. Wattle .
Ellxa Robinson Is reporter.MEIIRE. problem areas Martha Williams is president *


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I I CHURCH NEWS ]I Four Pastors Are Minister- Honors Workers Plans Baptist Score


t.-nlf Studying pastors are At enrolled LutherFour in 7 i-; Dual Day MeetFirst Past Historial ViewsA

Corinth Baptist Church
the recently-integrated Luther
ALLANDALE MISSIONARY BAPTIST win celebrate Dual
Sunday School begins at 10 a.ra.'j: with the assistant superintendent Rice Theological Seminary In 11, with Deacon De'onAug.Ht Lucius certain scent of storm lingered for days in th* heavy, hot

ta charge. The morning services begin at 11 a.m., tile evening Jacksonville for the summer Lewis and Mrs. Carrie Cole- skies over the Gulf Coast city of Houston recently and then the
services at 7 Deacon Epps will be ta charge. choir session. 4i '
p.m. Bah as Co-chairman for the threat dienon ared. .
rehearsal will be held Saturday at 4 p.m The church Is locatedat They are: Rev J.C. Banner- Rev. you with the looters!
day W.L. Jones Is Sam Houston
1597 West 24th Street Rev E.W. G.,.TIDe, ) Is pastor. Mrs. man, Allen ChapelA.MERev pas Inside the The dominant social action

Tllley is reporter. Willie Young, pastor of Thank t tor.Other services at the church similar Coliseum turbulence, some hints drifted of at a fore among Southern Baptists
ful. Baptist Church; Rev.Walter is led by men who still believe
are as usual for
Sunday Sunday
COLCKS1ANS BAPTIST Marshall, pastor of Bethel FreeWill times among the 14,000 mem- that tile Bible must to preached
School
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and teachers Baptist Waycross and Rev. morning begins at 9:30. The hers of the Southern Baptist and in some instances, "t
worship begins at their 11th w
In charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., the Williams of the Missionary 11:15.: The Junior Choir and Convention holding preached quite WenD). .If

evening service at 6 p.m. Rev R.J. Crawford, pastor will Baptist Church. Rev Banner- tile tuners will lead the annual meeting. The Rev Billy Graham, t ,
the
deliver both sermons. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 man is an instructor at Edward cession. Deacons pro- Fervently, but graciously Southern Baptist crusader who
will be In f
will serve aU day. Prayer service. is every. Tuesday at 730.: Waters College. charge of the devotions. The pastors and and church professors officials discussed laymen acknowledges that his conservative .i
SALEM BAPTIST
MT. curls tile hair
theology
The trustee board will have charge of services Sunday. Sunday Emanuel Baptist Choir will wind up their union new styles of ministryand of many scholars, said that no I,4
at 2:30. The
School begins at 9:30. with the deacons ta charge. Deacon George program old forms of evengellsm. statement against racism and 1
evening will be at 1:45.
Tucker will preside. Deacons Oci.Wllbert and Cornelius Calboun worship They argued whether the many v
violence could to too
ServicesEmanuel ever
Has
Many Th Gospel Chorus Choir No. ,
moods of Southern Baptists
win have charge of devotions.Deacon Eugene Calhonn will speak. strong to his liking.
I and Usher Board
No. I will
At 3 p,m. Mrs. Virginia LoU will preside. Mrs. Freemand Brown Church 22211 :might become rigidly separated "I believe in certain aspects
Baptist participate. Th will .*
In of devotions. Mrs pastor ; from one another and they
and Mrs. Henrietta Wilbert will to charge "
of black be said at a .
Forest has announced a seriesof speak. District No. 6 and No. power ,
labored to reconcile the
growing
Ella Mae Neal will speak. The trustee board meets Tuesdaynight. conference. ,
recent
services of the week. The II will press
sponsor a summer tea Influences of their new nat -
The Joint choir rehearsal is Wednesday night.A conference
teachers wW meet TuesdaJwIth In the horn of Mr. and Mrs. ion wide with He was referring specifically .
will be held Thursday Mrs. Catherine Sampson Is reporter. agencies
the pastor and officers. The official Willie Johnson 1709 Rinnan to Negro ownership of bust- ;
Rev. W. Q. Rogers Is pastor. The church. 1* located at 1281 West fundamental Baptist toilet. and la black
22nd Street.MACEDONIA. staff will be in charge.On from 3:30 to 5:30. This affair That belief is that each Baptist nesses housing
BAPTIST Wednesday Choir No. S will win cad to the annual tea of Sunday forms his own relationship communities, in answer to a related
I rehearse at 8 p.m. On Thursday July 30.Rev.. question by one of the
God Jesus Christ and
I'" Services begin with the Sunday?School at 9:30 with Tyrone through
services
I In The lesson view will be noonday prayer the Bible, not through church press.
Merchant and teachers charge re given will be held at the church. "Southern Baptists have failed

by an appointee. The consecration and devotional service will Usher Board No. twill rehearse REV. l1RV LE L. NAY Vivian authority. to preach our responsibility to

begin at 10:45 with James Melton, deacon, and deaconesses at I p.m. The Rev. Orville L. Naylor the -church, highlighted by a The participants were messengers our neighbor," be added.

charge. Music will be furnished by I Choirs No. 1 and 3 with On Friday Choir No. 1 will (above), pastor Bray Tempi. dinner in Fellowship Han following Williams Speaks not delegates. They The Rev. W. A. CrisweUpas- t
mandates from their
Professor Wallace Mlms in charge of music. Usher Board No. rehearse at 4:30. On Saturdaythe CME Church Chicago, has issued th*. morning services. brought no tor. First Baptist Church, Dallas
1 will Rev Wilbur Burgess Julington Baptist will speak 7n* Missionary Society of Allen local churches. They took no '
serve. Children's Choir will rehearse a proclamation naming Proceeds from the dinner win defeated Owen Coopers, a 1
I The B.Y.P.U. hour will begin at $:30 with Mrs. "M.L/Pollte at the Church at 430. Sunday June 30, as "silver be used for till church building Chapel A.M.E. Church will laws or binding statements of 60-year-old Mississippi Industriaust *

charge. The special feature win be given by Miss Lena Melton On Sunday the Church School Leaf Club Day," in honor of fund drive. Special guests will present Re,. Vivian Williamsas policy. for the denomination's
and Mrs. Lucille JerrelL.'Tb* evening worship wW begin at its guest speaker Sunday The convention, Ilk each person
begins at 9:30 with Deacon the 40 years of service to the, include Bishop and Mrs. J. highest office. -
6:30. Rev. Burgess will speak.On Tuesday night the geeklyi church by the organisation.The Claude Allen, Cory, Inl, and morning. The Gospel Chorus of In it and Ilk every southern

i prayer meeting will be held, u well as 2ible Study. On Wednesday cup-minded club will stag an "At Horn the Rev. and Mrs. 8 J. Laws, Mt Zlon A.M.E. Church will Baptist church, can speak only .r

and Friday nights choirs will Vehears Usher Board No. p.m., mass At Bray Temple" program at presiding elder, Chicago.. provide the musk.Other guests for Itself. Yet the covedio'smajor .rim
will meet at 8 p.m. Mrs Bessie Merchant Is reporter. meeting will be held. B.T.U. NPI PhotoSte includes Robert Williams of statement this year may
to the strongest and most controversial
New Bethel and Mrs. Celia Apostolic
TADERNACLE BAPTIST begins at 5 p.m., with Deacon"Phillips -- ---
Sunday School begins at 9.30: a.mlMrs., hassle Solomon ls In president.The evenIng Progressive Union Bamerman of Green Cove ever to filter from

i charge. The youth will repeat 61? ID\Jlca1landa) morning.Rev. worship begins at 630. Matthew'sUsheis' Springs. Iir..MrItDnt Tyler is the local national churches meeting sine Baptists Into the of Church Holds :

Young, pastor will speak. The senior male chorus and the local president. Mrs.
Of Callahan MeetsThe the North and South in
I the Usher Board No. I will serve. Teachers meeting is Wednesday Rev Burgess Will Tea Velma Bannennan Is sup.
America decided to School UnionTto
ervisor. Rev. J.C. Bannerman separate
at 645. The Vacation Bible School will close on July 5. Mrs. la IMS.
H.M. Lawrence Is supervisor. members of the Progressive Is pastor.
Hold Big RevivalRev. Will Be The issue then was slavery.
I : MT. OLIVE BAPTISTThe Union from Milliard, Sunday fifth Sunday Union dike

third quarterly conference of the AME Church was held W. Burgess, pastor of Kingsferry, L sale, and Calla. Grant MemorialHas The More issue DOW Is race. Apostolic Church. 2032 Benedict
sac
thai 70 beads of
ban will convene at the Greater Usher Board No. S of SL Matthew Bishop M.C.H. Cooper
at Mt. Olive tm June 14. Presiding Elder Shehe was In charge. the Julington Baptist Church, I
agencies state conventions and
Memorial services followed business. Officers were W. Grant, will bold revival the Magnolia ML Pleasant Baptist Church la Baptist will sponsor tile Revival Day founder and overseer,win begin

secretary; F. Dixon, marshal and Mrs. II. Townsend, reporter.Rev. Baptist Church, (729 Callahan, Rev C.W. Whlttea., annual Rose Tea Sunday, Jon word publications signed a 1,000- at 6:30 on June M, and willopen
host pastor. 90, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the satemedoondesstng"ourshare with prayer led by Deacon
B.J. Williams pastor.. -, Avenue B., beginning with June Aa old fashioned revival hour of responsibility for the
90 and Sunday School will commence educational building of th* Henry Hammond The song serMcwintoeonductedbyDeacon-
CONTINUED continuing through July win be held at Grant Memorial
ON PAGE 6 Injustice, disorder and wicked.
S. Rev W.S. People is pastor. at 930. Morning worship will church. AJt.E. Church, 927 Clay St, i
,toHausai' follow at 11 a.m., with the Deacons Mrs. Alberta W..Bryant will Sunday at th* morning service, less of our la4"wekomtngto Early Games. Bishop Cooper
St. Peter'sHas In charge of devil o. At ,be the principal spakr. 10:45: .... All unsaved are Invited worship every persons-regardless win give Instructions to the .tWIdIdattI
2:30 the Deacon T.C. Wiggins and J. of race, and urging
p.m., Young PopV Prayer will prcd this for baptism. Mrs,
Revival win have fellowship service Wilson will lead tile devotions. special service. Tb worship sac agencies to establish task Dorothy Cooper will fe.hre

followed with the evening worship Mrs. Much Flagler win in-' period win be conducted by A. forces to begin work 1m.medJatl11" a song "My Hop Is Boflt" ,
St
Peter's Baptist Church with the Deaconess ta' trodse the mistress of Yuba and Mrs. Maud Mllner. on problems of race The Bssag will be given by
1737 West 3rd St., will haves charge of devotion.Dinners will ceremonies. Mrs. Bertha Rodgers and viotenc Christina Cork
Sunday win be Decision Day for
revival beginning Monday, July be served tree in the church will bring the welcome unsaved Services Another expressed temper of On the Sabbath at 10:30 IB.,
1. Rt,. G.W. Warren of Palatka young people. the Baptist Ideology was to seriously
kitchen at 1 Deacon. address and Mrs. Bernice Mrs.
p.m. will be conducted by Superintended Ivory and Mrs. Reynolds
will' speak. Rev. E.... Tolbert sie Webb Is and Rev. Williams will consider a men-prof
I president respond. Mrs ROM and his staff at win lead tto devotions. Mrs.
LFY.a: Is pastor of the church. C.W. Wbltten 1s host_ pastor. Victoria Terrell will sing.Mrs 930. Dr. A. Joseph Reddick white The sac and Negro executive Baptists.commute Catherine Collars will speak

.... ... Lolls Rollins and Miss Lo- will preach on "Dried UpI Minister Simpsoa will speak.
lengthened
the
statement
:. rita Rollins rill sing a duU mad The altar call win be
NEWS DEADLINE Ephesus Sponsors; Brooks' U the menlng. Rev It tess' gives by
The offering*fll be takes b1 F.D. Richardson will speak at urgent and deleted tile lire, Katie ...*KcN'a1r.' aIbqt -. '.4
Individual Thursday July 4 Is National idea of a tack fore which
a
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Service Deacon
: .George Ford James
Cooper win
speak oa current
Holiday. Weight 1:45. All missionaries will to launiform.
All Rally Soon raises la Southern
news for I many Bap
AVAILABLE, TO BVXRY.ONEREGARDLESS I I Johnson, Charlie Minis Jr. Choir blot will serve world conditions.
the FLORIDA STAR most tists' minds the image of demonstrators
Ephesus Seventh Advent UtChurch's and WUlard Morris. UsherJoard Dinner will to srredat2pB,
react the office not later than Day during the day, UftUU Usher parading their
OF senior choir will No. 1 of St Matthew Board No. iA.M.E.. Bishop>> Cooper will speak oa
Monday evening, July 1,19C8. 'Baptist and the Friendly Young demands to government officials Sunday. Baptism and dinner will 4
k 1 FINANCIAL CONDITIONILADYnATTENDANTB There will be no change in theptltUcatioo June sponsor 30,a In weight tilt academy rally Sunday auditorium Ladies Social Club will be host Wives or exporting solutionsfor follow. .
and other
deliveryschedule. 1760 group. Ciests wW be the people's problems Mrs. Pearson wflltolacharg
Edgewood.
Thank Youl! when they have not
Gold Dreams Close MeetingsFor yet solved
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-- -- '.A'a.. -. ,,__ ',_.A'__ __..__ their own. And tto messengers of: tae 3 o'clock service. Mrs. ,
,-8T1FF ORGANISTAJBCONDITIONED wu* tin uif aauni auuuw YearThe Mary Loa Simpson will speakon .
Helping Hand Social dub. Mrs. overwhelmingly passed It the Tea C vnmtn..mf"<* at.
Emma A.M.E. Ministers Wives A less happy sign of Chang
111. BARGAIN Wyatt president, win 7:30 p.m.
BURIAL. SHIPPING PRICES mike remarks. Rev. George and Daughters told the final among Southern Baptists 1s a

meeting before vacation months substantial feeling away from
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-.t'CIIUTJ01l Price pastor will also male
,CALL;OAT 0WiflHTAmbulance : 4947 Bliidiif Blid. remarks at the horn of Mrs. Abate SheUe the organised chuircb, If not Si. Stephen's
: on Wag's Road. Jesus Christ himself, on official

The outing originally planned observed. He charged this A.M.E. Chinch
Lawn Mowers $15 UpShot Guns was postponed became of the was principally by students

[Dresses -' 25t Up -Tools New Bethel Has rather Officers for the next: The SBC, neck to neck with tile lists Events

e1ei717 Shoes lOt Pair Up All Kinds Missionary Day two years will be Installed In United Methodist Church,which
A .
'Antiques September. Mrs. O.T. Hatcher told a historic soda) action Whirlwind Rally win terminate
Furniture All KindsToys New Bethel A.MJ.Church has U EpI..IcqJaIl..ntsor.. Mrs, uniting confab in Dallas some Sunday at st. Stephen's

4115 M "B" Shrubbery All Kinds (Tree-Flowers Etc. ) planned aa Interesting service Lulls Williams wife of the pas weeks ago, claims an actual de- AWE Church,.Rev JjS.Johnson

Coin Collectors for Sunday, with Rev E. Jones tor of Mt 00"A..E.Church, ells la membership last year pastor.

ARNETT P. ROGERS, L.F.D. Bicycles (Hundreds Of is charge. Is the new president Mrs. Sal. The rural minister has a problem Services win begla at st.
Other
Bargains) I Sunday villa Missionary Day. U* Merrttt and Melanie Jones : Stephen's with the Sunday

I Th Sarah Ufniiils Missionary ar* First and Second Vic, Before the civil rights demonstrations SchooL Dr. A.C. Madry and

Society will be la ekin ge. presidents. they were making staff will to ta charge Prayer
Come To The Giant Swap Meet I Several activities will to going progress. meeting will begin at 10 a.m..

I OB from time to time Ulft Now, when they try to tell a with Rev. A.L. Jones and staff ,

Every Sal 10 A.M. 6 P.M. I C. V. Morhead 1s reporter man that the Negro has been participating. Others who will
Atlantic Beach deprived socially and tab part ar* the Morning Star ,

I SIB. 12:30: P.M. 6 P.M. I II economically, "be Identifies Prayer Band and Mrs. Clara

1I I West Side Union Church Celebrates Caughmaa and tor trod ItL
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PI. 768705876847,93 Rudolph and his singers will

I : list RevivalHour I ATLANTIC Educator Hits have charge of musk.
A BEACH Fla
Handing Rev. A.L. Jones of
Drive pastor
Inn Theatre ,
I Mews Day will be observed
Tb Friendly West Side Ushers Fountain AWE Church, will
Union will have the revival hour Sunday. Sunday School will open Mormon speak la the morning. Others.appearing
uLfifilI PolicySALT
Sunday at US: la the St Paul at 930. Evening services will will be Rev Earnest
be at 4 Rev. E. Manor '
Baptist Church. Rev Eddie p.m.
LAKE CITY Aa official Criswell Mil and Mrs. L.W.
Taylor Is pastor. Mrs. Deloris will speak during the morning of the Mormon Church, Bowel, Theodore Lawrence,

I A UATtOHM HAOtO TlUfHOMfCAU HI IMOW MID-TOWN FURNITURE CO Anderson will present the mistress service. The male choir will speaking before the Salt lab Frank Thompson, Mrs Bernice

09 ceremonies,Mrs.Ireoe sing. City Chapter of the National Gilbert, Mrs. Leant Daniels, '
vnAtmsuri Williams. Phillip Aleck 11 Mrs Lucille
Association for the Advancement Scott r
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3S3-tlS president
of Colored People said Marshall Johnson Annett i.

n' recently that the bias which Rogers, Joseph Johnson,Walter .J!
Do you have questions No Interest No Carrying Char 1Hous continues to harass the church Bryant Simon King Curtis Wflv
WHEN
about the biggest YOU ARE 111
Crisis DELIVERY will, la time, cans: the church l.IaJu. Mrs Rosi Nelson,
our hstjQn'ihas eVer You Seek The Best Doctor to lose Its members by the C at lit r lu Johnson, Carrl* i-
faced the racial crisis? thousands. Lawrence Geneva Lyoas
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FULL When Your Doctor''Prescribes
Do you have suggest lor you'd like Former Commissioner of Olivia Forrester Willl -

to make to the Black'and the White Get Experienced Education Dr.Sterling M.Me- Motley Roger Stephenson, W.i

leadership about how to solve it? FURNITURE Pharmacist To I' Mina warned that th*church L. Browa and Willie LIar.I*
Pill will lose James Genwrteht '
Prescription According completely members will direct i
Do
you want to :..hear wbat'otber To Your Doctor' who win refuse to identify with tto singing groups. Musicians -i

ordinary citizens ask people John FULL PRICE $ 'Orders, an Institution which does not will be Mrs. Eunice Lee and il
Lindsay and Stokely solve one of tlltlore&DOStpro- WUhenUa Mcutosa. Mrs.Datry II'l
hat sort of Carmichael and *"V."u I* use Only The Best C. E. BLACK Mums of our times. Wallace Is president of the VI

answers they come up includes: Quality Drugs Proprietor Dr. McMurrIn spot strongly tUted Choirs n*Holy Tumi M

with? Make yourself heard and hear .it 7 pc. Bed Room Suite: against any form of discrimination Church of God fa Christ will .i.%

all on NIGHT CALL; the'new: nation Double Bed Mattress and Spring, Chest Dresser *3 Registered Pharaaclsts To Serve Your and said that projects for to present la the aftenoa. ,

wide telephone call-in show 7 pc. Living Room Suite: changing this age-old bias are Elder Klnsey Is pastor. Choir I

Sofa Bed, Chair 3 tables, 2 Lamps ......... -A COMPLETE LINE OF- Dot good. lit felt that the No. 1 will serve. Mrs. Ruth :.'
: '.III(,12:30A.M.: 5 pc. Dinette Sei church should take an active Tinier 1s president Mrs -<*TsteU

WRHCl1:3I Gas or Electric Rang roll la the civil rights mov*. : Stripling will serve u >.'
Tfcriilfc Friday Refrigerator with Cross Top Freezer .Cosnetlcs Rubber Goods Candles meat organist )3

Call Denials of the rights of the The young people will to la 411'

Collect212749.3311 All NEW EXCEPT APPLIANCES Sundri* Negro Is much Ilk bolding charge at 7 p.m. Mrs. Ertha '

tile priesthood from him said, McGowaa U la .charge of th* 'dpig. ,
Released in cooperation with the W* have a complete selection of Vinyl and Cushion Floor the educator Mrs. Jennie Crockett IC*
National Council ofCTirtftes: Linoleum\ cut to your measurements -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Negro discrimination has Isto-Grdlatorcltbeprocna. $

: National Catholic Florida I Council Office for of Churches Radio and Television CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOME :, 1S07 KINfiS IIAI 3531278Lilly's part la the Mormoo-church'i DO The rally u a triadty.-fl- .**
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Mrs.. King Invites Religious Workers To Join Her Campaign I


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woman Power Is StressedBy Honored For ServiceI'i Second Baptist Has


Leader In Rights Move Vacation Day SchoolSecond

WASHINGTON-Mrs. Martin Luther King has announced a new

kind of drive.It is the Campaign Conscience. It will be strictly r' Baptist Church's Daily Vacation Bible School continues
a woman's organization and will strive for the end of the Vietnamwar f : in progress at the church, 954 Kings Road. The school opens at
and for social Justice and understanding. 9 a.m., and ends at 12:30: p.m. Classes are being( conducted in

Mrs. King has Invited women Solidarity Day she said: Christian Education, Good Manners, Church Ethics, Personal
and leaders of all aggressive "There is heed for a creative I'i Hygiene<< and is Handicraft.Mrs. .

women's groups to Join up with approach to the criticalher Albert J. Williams is lot
toward the planning of a problems which we face In our Principal. Other officers are: Secretaries are: Mrs. Marie
conference In September of nation and In the world. I .Mrs Vivian Chester First Assistant White Enrollment; Miss
1968. This dynamic leader was believe firmly that the womenin Principal; Mrs. Annie Florlta .Reed, Business; Miss
Washington at Solidarity of our country have been called Burnette Second Assistant Cynthia Watts General Secre
March time, and took time out at this hour to furnish the Principal; Mrs. G. C. Vaught, tary. L.C. Chester is the General

for consultation for those who kind forthright honest dedi- f.. ... General Worker at Large;Miss Superintendent of the Sunday
will be interested In the new cited and creative leadership ... .. Cynthia Kendrick, Associate School. S e b Chester is
campaign. necessary to bring about Music Director and Henry Assistant Superintendent.
Persons close to Mrs. King positive solutions to the difficult White Pianist. Other activities Second Baptist
have tried to keep the plans problems we face" Ei Faculty members of the Nursery during the week Include the
secret.; However the leader In her conclusion Mrs. King i.... Department are:Mrs.Nellie Sunday School, 9.30 consecration .
herself seems Imbued with the said women must fight three Bradley Superintendent; rites for deacons, deaconesses
desire to get this new coalition evils racism, poverty and Mrs. M. Jenkins and Miss R. and ushers and the choir
at 10 45 and the morning worship
on the way Injustice. Mitchell, Instructors Those in :
When Mrs King spoke onCHUSCB the Beginners Department are: at 11 a.m. Rev. Sams win
Miss Bliss Thompson, Miss speak Sunday.
Cynthia Kendrick Instructors; Second Baptist's Training
Mrs. Ellta Robinson, Assistant Union will be held at S.45.: The
NEWS Instructor. evening service begins at 7
In the Primary Departmentare p.m. The Deacon Board will '.
CONTINUED FROM PACE 4 : Mrs. Roberta Hall, Superintendent meet Monday at the usual hour.

BETHLEHEM BAPTIST ; Miss Lillie B.Hall, Baptism will be held during the
Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Deacon Eugene Sawyer and 4 Assistant Superintendent and Prayer of Faith Hour Tuesday,

Mrs. Sadie Fedd In charge. The morning service begins at 11 I Instructor and Mrs. JannIe beginning at 7 p.m. Rev. Sams
a.m. BTU begins at 5 p.m. The evening service begins ate nth \ Williams Instructor. Faculty will administer the rites. The
p.m. The Senior Choir and the Junior Usher Board will serve I members of the Junior Department Sunday School off leer sand teachers

all day. Rev. W.L. Williams pastor will speak.The Bible School .I -1 are: Mrs. Alta Langley, will meet Friday at 1 p....

operates from June 24 to July S, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Mrs. Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., Pre Ident of Florida AIM University Instructor of printing and decorating;Isaac YanLSr.,maintenance"ng : Superintendent and Instructor;

Vivian Wilson Is the reporter. present plaques to three reUrIJ employes who have worked a department; and Cleo B. Haying, dietician at the N.B.Young Mrs. Gertrude Henderson, Assistant
combined total of 81 years at F LMU.Left to right Edward Jones, Nursery School Superintendent tad
HOLSEYC.M.E. Instructor Mrs.Vantel Adams,
Mrs Laura Haynes, 616 East Third, was host on June 28 at Instructor Miss Theodis Bryant
an affair /sponsored by Choir No. 1. The Board of Christian Jerusalem Church Instructor; ; Mrs. Vivian lei'I
Education Is sponsoring a party a t the home of Mrs. Fannie Murchison Will A Queen Chester Instructor.

SeydelL S29 Everson, Saturday night June 29. Sunday School Presents Singer Intermediate Department I

begins at 9.30: with Mrs. Births Crffien and teachers in charge. Celebrate Dual, faculty members are: Mrs.
The Missionaries will have charge of the morning service. The Amos Ealey will be presented Alean Tenet Superintendent
evening service begins at 7:JO. Mrs Eva Mae Gilbert Is sec In a musical recital in Jer- Day On June 30 and Instructor;,Ernest Roberts, rgttp I us II ,;;Inner; i iIi !

retary. Rev. Dave McElvln Is pastor. sualem Baptist Church, South. Assistant Superintendent and Siiioni t.r,fuel'Ci.
side, 293S Old St. Augustine The Instructor and ...
members of Murchison Mrs. Maggie Ill) Nerd 154.4)11
tiaatataRELIGION Road, on Sunday, July 14, at Temple C.M.E. Church, 1908 Solan, Instructor u well u Dun! lei i ,Fuel CI.fl. .
I p.m. Rev. R.W. Jackson is West Third Street, will bold Mrs. Annie Burnette Instruc I. M Ill-Mil f
AND RACE I pastor. the annual Dual Day program

Every Tuesday night the Youth Sunday June 30, throughout the I
Prayer service takes place day. r r

HEAR HEAR, with Deacon H'erman Waters, Sunday Church School will begin -
VP6o\LA.; Swede n- (NPIHot Ust James Baldwin will share In charge Every I Wednesday at 10 a.ra. with Guest Superintendent t Does Coca-Cola I
the speakers' platform In the University Aula with Lord Caradon night the midweek prayer service Mrs. Bertha Griffin f

Britain's Permanent Representative to the UN, Sunday takes place. On Thursday of Holsey Chapel CM.L have the taste
July 7, at the Fourth Assembly of the World Council of Chrucbes night Bible Study Is featured, Church in charge along with I II
which will be in session July 4-19.The two will deliver addresses with the pastor In charge On guest teachers Mrs, Etta L. I
under the general topic of "White Racism and the World Sunday June 30, the Sunday Brooks, assistant librarian at you never get tired of?

Community;' School Union will be at Bethel the Myrtle Avenue Branch Library I

Baptist, Rev. David Johnson, will be the speaker for
GOOD SWITCH pastor. Jerusalem Baptist will the 11 a.m. service. Mrs. Is it
CLEVELANDNPISunday June SO, marks a notable pulpit be In charge of the morning Brooks will be Introduced by always refreshing? J
switching among local Methodist churches In which one of the service with Choirs No. 2 and Miss Eunice Color aa Instructor
churches, has Mayor Carl B. Stokes as a member. The Rev. No. 3 serving In the public school system.
.tobert W.' Kelley, Is moving from the predominantly black la the afternoonWaymanChap- Both are members of Central Do better I
Mount Pleasant'church; to the all-white StroagvUle church. His el A.MEi Chart-wlU be tn( '.C.M.E.;Church. Other parttcl-;.. things go
replacement will be the Rev. Earl H. Cunningham white former charge: Bethel Baptist will be In pants Include: Mrs. gala Wll- A w

minister of Broadway Methodist chrch. charge of the night service. con of Friendship Baptist with Coke. 'J
District No. 4 will celebrate
Church Mrs. of
Maggie Perry
MANDATE OFFICIAL Its anniversary Monday night Central C.M.E. Church and after Coke after Coke?
July 8. Rev. Jake Ray pastor ,
Miss .
Janice
NEW YORKNPI.The 180th General Assembly of the United of the Progressive Baptist Boyd,guest pianist, I
i'lccbyterlan Church In the U.S.A.. has approved new aandatofui Church will speak. On July 8 of Abyslnnla Baptist Church.
its Council: on Church and I<&ce. It provides among other Edward D. Hill Instructor at M KAaoHMCft ...
8 p.m., the Jerusalem Trio will $* HM* /IW"' "
things that COCAR be the "focal point for dealing with racism Campbell. Junior High School. rJ ...<*> .fr. Vw*,M .*.PO *....? (* ''*.*...Ca Nix
have Its first recital.
and Injustlve u expressed In racial and tntercultural relations Daytona Beach, will preside ,
Proceeds from the Fourth of
with black Americans Spanish-speaking Americans and the 3 p.m., service. Gary
American Indians...." July trip to Magnolia Lake will Nearsman. also of Daytona
be used for liens Day, Beach will be the speaker.

APPROVAL Nearsman Is a member Allen

MIDWEST CITY, OUa.-(NPQ-A rare display of backing: fora Scout Troops Chapel A.M.E. Church and serves Audrey Lynne Gibson, right la the picture, is the dew queen of I Ir
the Gretel and Gertie t ,
Negro bishop was evinced last week by the board of white Wickllne on the faculty of Campbell I Dancing School Retina Ashley r.UrInl'Queen
United Methodist church which passed a resolution that it would And Packs Will Junior High School of that city. Is shown placing the tiara on the bead of the new queen.'
"be happy"to serve under a Negro bishop. The bishop In question Mrs. D.J. Catlin will serve u I Photo By A. PAUL CKAWFOHD.

Is Bishop Noah Moore currently presiding over Negro churches pastor for the day.
in the Houston area, and one of several under consideration to Give Program Rev L.R. Catlin Is the pastor MIA Carmel Will Church Of God x'YAM
of Miuchlson for
succeed Bishop W. Angle Smith who Is retiring u bead of the Scout Troop and Pack No. 174 Temple
this conference year. State Convention
Oklahoma Methodlitt.ADUP' of Zion Hope Baptist Church Celebrate Youth r

Scout Troop No. 77 of Mt. Closes June 30
A-COP PLAN Sinai Baptist Church, and the Day With Program >
RICHMOND. Calif--The local Baha'l community sponsored Northeast Florida Summer Union Community Mt Carmel Baptist Church The State convention of the I
Church of God
in
Christ will
regional conference on youth and human rights proposed> Camp Association will present will celebrate Youth Day
close on June 30 at the church .
last week an "adopl-a-cop" system to individual -
encourage Moral Re-arma-
a program on Sunday June 30.Leroy Hampton AAU"W W.Y MA MNMMI
residents to befriend policemen u a means of educating them Features Missions building IUUteeleSt. Bishop MOMM/1.MAAMNA
meat at Zion
Hope Tuesday will be chairman. Joseph Gessentanner "
about the communities they serve. The proposal was adopted by night, July 16, 1968, 1:00 p.m. Missionary Day will be celebrated will be co-chairman. Walter The Christian Jackson Is Ambassadorsfor In charge. You know; t.ity: best
the 350 youths attending after Glenford Mitchell, national' Some of the city's most outstanding at Union Community Mrs E. Hampton Is
secretary U. S. Baha'l community told them "You can't Just; artists will on Daniels Christ are holding services. *
appear A.M.E. Church Sunday,June 30. secretary. Rev. C.C. They have come from all parts refreshment buy. '
do your own thlng.Ntt takes more than exploding passions to> this program. Mrs. Jobnnette The service will begin at 1130. is minister. of Florida. The State Convention FR \
establish goals: that outbursts are meant to bring about." C. Brown will be guest soloist.A The Missionary Society of the Sunday School will open at Choir, directed by A.P. r

minister will be the keynote church will be la charge. Mrs. 8SO. with Leroy Hampton Nesbltt, Jr.) Is one of the featured .
speaker. Boy Scouts will be Tommie Lee WUders teacher serving superintendent. !
groups.
Churches Ask LBJ To Stand presented In skits and songs. of the Kelly High School ofMeClenna. Teachers will be Brenda Huey The youth program begins at

Each activity will emphasize Fla.,* will be the Sylvia McQuay, Evelyn Dukes, 6 p.m. The Youth Deliverance :
Behind Civil some Important phase of the speaker Many others will par Patricia Rouodtree B. Lamb Period will be Saturday at 7:15 f
Rights Moral Issue. ticipate. Rev. N. McCray Is the Maybell Gessentanner andWillie with Elder M. Parrlslncharge. .
James Cubmaster eonwd urow Ito WA5o'dy1 fee CuCatonwnbw, Jacksonville Bottling Co.
R. Wilder pastor. Mrs A.B.Houston the Mae Harris. Mrs Ruth Spivey is reporter. i
Is Director: of the program. He president. The church is locatedat The Guest Reviewer will be
NEW YORK-More than 100
of the UnitedChurch
representatives 1
is assisted the follow. Matins Della
ofChrist and the United being by 715 Eaverson. McQuay. Crosley ,
Presbyterian Church's over InK co-workers: Leonard Wilcox will sing. Leroy Hampton will
seas mission agencies have Joined together in a plea to President 1 -
Ivory L. Cox, Mrs Julia speak. Other soloists are:Mrs. fi l lt
Johnson "To put your strength Into programs to Implement" the| Dennis Mrs. Annie M. WIN Debris Reid and Alfred Jones. Join i !lB Smith, Summer Family Plan Now"Family j
Report of the Commission Civil
Advisory
on Disorders even U' lingham Mrs. Carolyn Washington First Born Church At 7 pJ a musical will be I
additional taxation Is
required. in Warwick N.Y. whennews Mrs. B.R. Vance Mrs. given Miss Hampton will be II Pictures In Breadth t
gether t Group
"We believe that many of thecauses
Yvonne West and in
of Senator Robert F.Kennedy' Mrs. Lucy List Sunday Meet charge. Mr. and Miss Mt.
of violence have already

been identified in the report reached them. assassination McDanlel.The program is being sponsored FirstBorn Church 823 West Carmel will are:be Miss crowned.Patricia Contestants :I Taking Living Color And Discount Too .
of the National Advisory Com
The letter pointed out the to raise enough money to Monroe will have the fifth Cooper Willie Mae Harris
mission on Civil DisordersWe missionaries' belief that "our11fe send twenty four (U) selected Sunday Union meeting from Delorls Wicker, Barbra Lamb
therefore urge you to put and work in almost boys (no father in the home) Friday to Sunday Elder Campbell Leroy Hampton and JOlt P hGeUtlltaDDtr. 'Select The Best Jacksonville's Leading"Board
your strength into programsto every from culturally and economically : will preside. Elder Hill Music will be
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part of the world convinces
Implement" Its report. us
In a letter mailed today the that maintaining a Just societyin the deprived to the communities Baden Poweil In Is pastor. Junior given by Choir Priscilb Smith. The I '{ I II
city will sing all day. '
Is Br a9 Wed
churchmen President for commended establishment the important the United part States of our Christian a very- Scout Reservation and Welaka h usher Pictures R Sinnr dillS

Moral Training Camp for two I

of cause a commission of violence to but study added the "We mission.do not believe" the mission weeks self of scouting discipline and and developing moral. DOES AIR POLLUTION I Passport Pictures I= +1 '('dial ReceptioDS I .
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"We also know that such pro boards' representatives
in this hour of Integrity. Some of the money IRRITATE YOUR SKIN?
will require additional added, "that
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taxation, and this, too, we support our national history that insistence will be used to install a water Private Curbs I WagMl Curb. Baimjafiej l
the letter said. on the maintenance of system for the Welab Camp. Dirt (Irene, trim cud other pop tone the all.. of your ... for
The following officials of the OKI In the air can rats hvoe with fairer, clearer, natural looking lore
It was signed by the Rev. law and order in the suppression skin and complexion. Delicate skin Unn*. tt fade freckle: remove ..
Dr. Alford Carleton, Executive of violence is aa adequateresponse association are serving u ad. mey .1011. tl.s wont end wen that weaher.bieti. nun t.nn.d Bowling Teams I? H l Baby Pictures
Vice.President of the Uni to our need. Wemut, visors: Rev E. R. Simpson, Irritated normally. heelthy Blemiahe skin*. blotches can become and smoothing look, old In large removingblackhead Wouldnt*, .
pore
Chairman Board of
ted Churcb Board for' WorldI4inJ.strles. at the same time, provide new Directors blackhead" may .P.....,. Color, hue you Ilk* to try PALMER'S "SKIN
and the Rev. Dr. avenues through! which, undertow Mrs. Eva L. Guyton,Treasurer cheap and appearance. entrant of complexion wltlt.may SUCCESS iUACM: CNEAMf Ja t tIF
and Mrs T.L. Wilder Secre- cramy
John Coventry Smith. General. and order opportunitiesare tary. PALMLR'e LEACH KIN .Succses' GET HEAD-TO.70E IT IS IMPORTANT TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY t
Secretary of the United Presbyterian provided for the establishment CfttAM I I. medlcetedcream .
." Make checks and money orders containing the full official PROTECTION
Commission on Ecumenical of Justice
The churchmen further urged payable to one of the three ((3)) I strength of ammonlitid mercuryrecognlied with the eleep-actlnf foamy medication I PROFESSIONAL I
Mission and Relations by the United State* of "SKIN SUCCESS' SOAP. WITH A PHOTOGRAPHER
and Moderator of the denomina the President "to use yourpower organizations noted at the Pharmacopeia: .. a local Inhibitory' It beauty bathe while It fight
to eliminate white beginning of this solicitation. anhuptlo.lteln.dlalpropertlaer. term that often aggravate .......*.
tion's 180th General Assembly.The and other forces for Send contributions to the treasurer ton.generally. recognized by the profe ration odor make. you euroyou're '
racism'
and
,letter was endorsed by dermatologltte often pre nee to be neer. PALMUfS BOB SMITH FASHION STUDIO
more than 100 representatives mission destruction offered from themselves our society"and and. West at, Jacksonville 6110 Moncrief, Florida Road, crib* K. "SKIN SUCCESSCfttAM "aIUN.UCCUI"IOAP. i }

of agencies the two, wbowere overseas meeting to- their strength In the samecause. call 32219.Mr.For Wilder cash contributions at 355-86S7. Insist on the Blue& Gold patkagel L2.lZ.lJLJllili.ilL.I ., 5 9 3' 8 2 8.


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THE FLORIDA,;; ailnT STAR/ NEWS' tTKKTCS DECvEalmE HUH60HS!THEHA8IUTYOFCxanuG DEMON THf HOST_/ *TOjAnsrr ,j *rriSR POmW'a W5 HATlOMlLUOHWA3 ffM477Vr SnH47E/m. APffOa48LK4 \ 1 1I I[ TO BE EQUAL

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THE HOST OF THE NUMBER 0 PEf&ON3SUFrfRlt10 tNEfEms &

I f'Lo', fUNMNEHTAL t AND HUMAN RAL FROM A SHORTAO DF MfD. z By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR. 1

Published: 'by the Fbrlda tlshlng CompanyMEMBER NAV!Moues sacIErr k THE SHORTAG WASAusr u \ THE POWER OF THE POOR,
.m.raane 5

Pie Solidarity Day March on Washington in support of the
event The huge turn-
Poor was an inspiring
out wu TmnMsslveboth, because it didn't get as much press
u It could have received: and because the March was
pubUe1tJ to the 196J March
omntted in only a few weeks, compared
: GllQ) .' RC.1 which was organised over a period cf moothl.

sun, they came-whites and blacks. aDd.,Drone d..u-lrom.. _. _.
au over America to register :;
support for Immediate nary'their
action to end the poverty which
-MANAGING EDITOR
IR leD. SIMPSON our 1aII .
aA ear Ica q poverty 11 In-

HILDA WOOLEN -CIRCUmiON; MANAGED( tegrated-4t shows no respect
for color UDeI. WhJtel u nD
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u black Mexicans aDd Puerto
2323 MONCRi.f' OAo.. PHONE Ricans u nn u Indians, nIler -
and want
hanger
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ELGIN 4-6782 MAILING ADDRESSP.O. Bat the slgn1llcaDct cI lie the ;
:J I Poor People's Campaign
iD the fact: that the poor are .,
BOX 599 lACWNYIIlE FLORIDA organising together for a slice

ot the American economic pte.
32201 1 ,J 1 The poor lOW know they don't have to starve; they cloD' have
shunted into a dart corner
MIAMI I 0 Ff IUS 5C1B H.; ,, 71H AYE. to live in shacks; they dOD'thaetobe cI.
., of tile American conscience, 1IDS c eD, Poverty --
PovertTls not God-given, but man-made. is created
PHONE' 51.381.9 A I 'j and by the blindness of our political and ecOD-
omteleiS By marching on Washington with their slues,
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES
S&cSttog the are showing their strengUu
: together poor
One Year, $12.00'n Half-Year, $7,00 For the poor do mm power. They have the power to disrupt me
Mailed to You Anywhere In'the United States system; the power todestr01 OIIr c1Uesi;the power to burn bouses
Subscription payable in Advance and fleMs. 'lb. poor have limitless power to deepen the scars

Send Check or, Money Order to: ci bate aDd,1oJeoc.
FLORIDA STAR=P707: BOX 599 Bat the poor have chosen a different kind of power-the
cI VTasonj'tte; power to ; the power tocrgujjse
dosR power
0 together to loosen the bonds of poverty and to turn

; 'Ii.m ;'" THEY ASK TO IN PLENTY around. --.I .
SHARE AMERICA'S exercise
j Tbe poor now realize that in orgamsauoo ana u U.
.., !t.-\ of political power, there Is strength If the momentum of the
: n1. March Is kept up, and the poor in all our cities and
... Washington
'I"'. f/r/g/r R V I I'I'4'I't decide the results of the November -
rural areas organise, they can
OUR COUNTRY'SMET; ; |IS BLOTTED 1.e ]r----I'I'I'I'I'I'-- election and Insure victory for candidates who will fight for


have time to recover: ''Horn the shock of |I YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE :ci; \ their when Some cause.rich people corporations have objected want the to yet nation another to act demonstration.in their favor: they But

the death of Senator Robert F. Kennedy by I II e spend millions of dollars on lobbyists and advertising specialists.

I l the assassin's bullet.The deed is a tragic I But the poor have only their feet, their bodies, their spirit, and

blot on the name of the American democ- s .\ the belief In the righteousness of their cause and the decency of
I I GUIDE .Y their alms.
racy. .' I nope the nation will finally listen and act because this could
It is indicative of the cancer of bitterness I i \ be tilt last peaceful March which brings whites and blacks together -

hatred, and lawlessness gnawingat under the banner of nonviolence protest The prophets
the very vital qfltb( nation. It is PABLO The ASTROLOGER of violence are waiting In the wings to take over If the responsible
} and who knows I By leaders doG,get the victories their people Deed.
time that is here'jtodayj.' f There have been many marches the put few years-Washington

hat might be tomorrow. y a Selma, Birmingham Jackson, and DOW Washll&toDlpD.
Something must be done and it should be I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS They take place because the poor and the oppressed cry out for
done now. The question vis l how can the nation change. But too many Americans complacently watch these
them u Just another kind of entertainment -
and individually Marches on television, seeing
respond collectively FOR spectacle, remaining unmoved and Dot caring about
onrlht&an We ;
the needs of resources. the plight of their fellow """.
are convinced thatvbu'r leadership must- I ; The Georgia mule was a symbol of this March. It Is a symbol -

find a better way to settle the differ- I ,. of the burdens of the rural poor. But tt Is also 4 symbol
melting of the silent watchers who stubbornly refuse to change their
the great
ences of the people in. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
of the Congress which reflects -
I rigid views. And It Is a symbol
pot. Otherwise, the conflict will destroy their indifference, refusing lo take the nocesstry steps

I the democratic way of life. IL : to end poverty and d1Icrlm1Dat101a.4.i: h
I It' Is frightening ,think o(; the possibility ,,1"11"'III6S. r"'II"11116fIItr1W1I11I1111111"'IIII,.. I I This March may have giveJLaufca iUlasfiaxneetomke
of the future course of our gov- t I good on its promise of equality and dignity tor an. I pray It

nation being charted more by t takes It.
ernment and HIS CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORNBORN

the bullet than by the ballot. tOM MARCH BORN JUNE BURN SEPT. BEC.22NB .

21ST 'APRIL 131HTranquilliy. 22ND JULY 22ND 23RU OCT. 23RD JAN. 1STNReflection. LET'S HElP YOUTH GET JOBSNow
Tills day is made Assimilation. One needs a day Dream. A whole day passed Think u much u is
"'. *H to order for host enjoy idle off for the purpose of resting, with no one permitted to interfere deemed necessary, but reduce
mcjwntt DOW and then.There is reminiscing or meditating.See with rosy dreams may be physical activities to a min
GOOD AtffM/d r!!/ ( HOMES{ nothing eventful likely to dis that privacy U respected. Con Just what U wanted. Arrange imum. Do not become too influenced that school is outmany of our youthsare
turbo Work. A boring morning tinuation. There remains a need, matter accordingly, early. by dreams. Reality. idle. Many would accept Jobs if they
does not necessarily mean that for solitude in order to get ad Sting. Every once in a while, Fantasies belong to an unreal could be found.
There are many p opl"wtho_ get rid of unwanted the afternoon will follow the Important project properly there Is a little twinge inside world whereas the one we live InIs
pets by putting them in bags and same pattern. Be careful with lined up. Spend the day looking making you fearful. It purely realistic enough. Take action Summer jobs are big steps taken by the

throwing them in the river, or throvrirz diet this evening New Moon. for flaws. New Moon. Continue may be the product of imagi alter you make the distinction. youths of the nation. These jobs develop
of the road. Take ideas, suggestions aDd on the quest for U near per. nation. have faith. New Moon. New 'Moon. The time when self-reliance in the integrity of a youngman
along side
them the news Items seriously this faction u it Is possible to obtain. There are additional signs that wedding bells may peal may be or boy or girl.
If people could see their abandoned pets morning. They could show the The moment for direct marriage may provide the close at band, for yourself u woman
a fen days after they have wandered tor way to a final, happy, or successful action will come tomorrow or stepladder to success for single well as for others dear to yon One local citizen had this to say:

several d,-.ys, they would not dispose of ending. Clearance It'. later. Librans. It is a matter for re- It takes preparation.Communication. My oldest child drove out of the driveway
them in this cruel fashion.In good to have a few quiet moments 6 30. '-72.91.104 flection. Procedure.: Be slow ..Keep in touch with key to go to her first Job. Although only a
occasionally so as to and careful so u not to run people so as to, be able to summer job. it was a big step in her life.
cities and countries there are
most catch up on bookkeeping or unfinished .into unexpected obstacles. U synchronise related activities.
Humane Societies which care for abandonedand chores. There is a LEO takes finesse on your part tohandle Full cooperation Is assured on The sadness came when I realized she was

mistreated animals. This care will slow-down. BURN JULY suspicious people. all sides. making her first adventure in life on her

prevent the pets from being mistreated, as C CO -37-86-146 22HO AUG. 19TH Direction. Keep hiding the main t 20. 44 S8 57 871 own. She was beginning to realize in a

well as to keep them from being a menaceto objectives until it Is absolutely AIIIIIISIDII small way what it was all about in work-
other people. : TAURUS Respite. It looks u if most of cure that the way to achieve. JAN. ing and supplying some of the things, she

If have a vr>4& can't keep, BORN APRIL you should be well out of the them I is 70 clear- 65 57 .. 34 576 20TI FEB. 1 1ITH needed and desired in life
you reach of the grasping ones. But
please get in touc1k1fhe local Humane 201H MAY 20TH don't let down any of the precautions Quietude. Nothing should be Some of our civil rights groups might

Society for ad ,? understanding Pause. Be content when nothing adopted. Resumption.You ffltl.24TI\\ permitted to disturb peace and find a worthwhile goal in seeking to help
happens to disturb peace and still seem to be the oh.jective quiet when this is what is desired boys and girls get summer jobs.
will acceptany
that these Associations
tranqulllty. This enables many of the favorseekers.Work NOV. 22KD most. Do act pay attention
small animal :thatfyou are unable to to spend the day exactly u with someone who shares to false advisers.Guidance.
keep. .r* they desire. Assoyance. Bills your interest in a grand future Repo .'1111a is a day for re Common sense seems prevail
Let's be more humane to our pets.I or unexpected expenses can project. New Moon. The most laxatlon or the mildest of agreeable when ears are closed to the
disturb serenity more than any meticulous preparations should pastimes. Keep away from suggestions of Individuals .around ,
other occurrence.: Benefit from be made before thinking of friends who seem to gain you. Let this pattern re THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY
the lesson Implied to think a- launching a new aDd ambitious strength at your expense.Con main. New Moon. Occupational -
head. New Moon. Mental activity venture. Secrecy 1s essential.., centration. Pay attention only to' al service matters tend to
CAN GUN 1 A Wj) THE ANSWER ? is due to be stimulatedby Sell-Questioning. One must ask the task at band and steer clear predominate with increasing: June Panama 28,Canal.1902 u.s. purchased In* rights and franchises for the

a growing tempo in dally one' s self, occasionally: ,, of fiscal problems. Lending or force as July approaches. It is
surroundings. Traveling may whether too much or too Itttle borrowing is not advlsabe to- DeCelSctoteepabreut.Rou-, June 29; 1946 Jackie Robinson made uli debut in professional
Following the assassinations rff Martin turn out to be remunerative. has been done A revealing answer day. New Moon. The prospects tine Only little things are likely baseball with the Montreal team in Canada
Luther King. Jr. and, Q t ::5ePator Robert F. Plan Work on an itinerary the may come tomorrow. tor a brilliant and agreeable to disturb the even pace that
Kennedy, there has been a push for the enactment will suit personal moods and 3 70,66 (1 -'11- CU \ summer look splendid for those now is developing. It may be a July 1, 1896 Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of "Uncle Tom'sJuly
of a strong(<'tun-law;, purposes. The suggestions and 'who aim to study or travel. good evening for TV. Antidote Cabin" died.
cooperativeness of dear ones 'There is much to be learned. It u by keeping busy that depressing
Maybe we need to take some steps back can be relied on. YIR6U thoughts are routed 1, 1955 Walter White, executive:
ward in order to control the loose sale of 1 10 22 25.25.126GEMINI BURN AUG. c. so. 77 72.61-.967 from the mind. It 1s even better died. secretary of NAACP

firearms. And yet, we wonder whether this when extra returns also can be

is the answer to saving the lives of men 23RU SEPT. 22ND SAGITTARIUSBORN extracted. July 2, 1964 President
in public.Is BQRN ,MAY Repose. Seeing that nothing of NOV. 7-50-11-29-64-812 Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil

the law going.,to control undergroundor 21ST J1NE 21ST importance today,is go after likely your to transpire own- 23RU DEC. 21ST PISCES

back-alley bootlegging of firearms? Relaxation. A' Job weU done yearnings. Energy, like' a Leisure. Those who have a BORN FEB. Jury 41131 Nat Tomer's insurrection against
eaten! a day of rest or la Virginia. slavery began
Can it curb the desire of a deranged battery needs recharging soothing Influence on each other
celebration whichever you Priority. Material Interestscome have no difficulty in passing a 1STH MAIL 20TNDeliberation.
minded froffl.b'uYing from
a a
person gun
deem suitable. But don't put first and personal pride weekend. Do not Take this day off 4 Booker
pleasant inject July 1881
T. Washington his
began work at
bootlegger? all the eggs in one basket. should follow. Ira best to keep any controversies. Stead- so U to try and refresh your tuskegee.
Even if he can't get a gun in the back Meaning. A friend is one who quiet for the sake of peace,harmony fastness. Put love first and mind for the moment when it is July 4, 1900 Louis
there at his disposal can tell a few truths to your New Moon.Plan' faced with making a final de- Armstrong, internationally-known Jan
alley, are other.jw'pons security: worldly lnt.restillUt. In this trumpeter and bandleader, born in New
.Orleans.
face rather than offer constant
---especial ly irf he is inclined to to on getting important projectswell ) way Ill*. will remain as atbrlhing cision. Ifs not easy. Pull.Contradictory -
is
flattery. This a good thing
on the way;and devote more adventure of those sentiments tug you July 4 1151 Mrs.Cllarlotta Base
areswitch-blades a Negro nominated
woman
crime. There was
commit a are know right now. New Moon.Expect -
time to the social: side of living primarily, concerned. New this way aDd that. Something for the rice presidency by the Progressive
ice picks, razors >and.sjBkcp. the next thirty days to be thereafter. Friends axe active. Moon. There will be plenty to do definite may be occurring in Party.

We doubt that a st\'lcf'gWl law will be quite fruitful in the way of gains voice, Calendar. Keep track of dates, next month attending to tar. connection with finances and July S, 1809 Abyssinian Baptist church
where
housing &IiThe engagements, weddings,and s insurance or other vital interests. .housing. New Moon. Creativeand Rep. Adam Clay
the total answer to the problem of assas- of experience ton Powell, Jr., serves U pastor, was organized New York
heart Interests
soon
like to
not may
so u forget any next Weddings that are to
City withl9
We have thousands of laws on Routine. There Is little to be members.July .
sinations.
month. They can put a dentin com should endure. Check 11Is arise to claim the major part
Statute books already and many of expected unless it is late this attention It win be a periodfor
the the pocketbook. Response. Invitations a good idea to go over the of
them are weakly enforced---, evening. Something for which may be sent and received ground first to discover: Jut weddings, yours or others'. 5, 192o Sidney PoWer, TV actor and movie star was Don.
not make a 'gUD bw and then' you nave striven hard may come in greater numbers than where pitfalls may be located Pause. Taking time off now and
Let us :.pet to pass. Collection. Be readyio
Is It enable inspiration and talents
customary. Is going to take There U need to then
no publicise
Nothing will be gainedin cash in whenever turn to do July S, 1921 Esxard Charles
it.
not enforce your a good head to figure things out the fact.: to renew themselves. champion was bora to former. heavyweight boxing
arrives.
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SMURDH. I JUNE 21, 1968 STAR PAPERS PUt_ 1


I Commission Head Urges Negro Press To Shout "Loud And Clear" u ,II

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Vista Volunteers Clillord Alexander Tells


1Nortd News Digest 4S .. t.i .1, Ii : I l 1
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By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL .., { : ; 1 News Media. .To Study

,'. 4. .", : '. :;;1.," Chairman Clifford L. Alexander, Jr., of the u.s. Equal Em-
.ff :. : ': {\ : ployment Opportunity Commission has urged the Negro press to
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20 MOKEJOHANNESBURG 4 -: { make sure Its readers "know at every existing peaceful channel
for redress of discimlsatioiexhort: readers to use such
-(NPr>-The ruling Nationalist party, celebrating channel, and "shoot loud and clear when those channels areunrespon.lYe.
the 20th anniversary of Its rise to power in the South ." .,
African government, Is Jubilantly looking ahead to "another Alexander said that "tbbSl of 'X1,740,' ; In the preceding twleve
20 years" of power with no forseeable The fore- ,$
opposition. us who Iniport\ .
acknowledge the months (fiscal 1967))
cast Is In part based the Prohibition of Political
on Interferencebill
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ance of law and eleven months
t order in the During the same
currently, before the senate, which provides that blacks fullest sense are talking about the Commission successful??
and whites may not be members of the same political party, a legal system thatprOvJdes'sbr -conciliated complaints against
but must belong to different groups. Apartheid came into being
fulfillment not suppression. U 272 respondents as compared to
in South Africa officially when the Nationalists won the first- we who pursuo law and order 88 such conciliation In the
post war election on May 28, 1948. In that fullest sense do nofsj>l( )w lve months previous, Mr.
HIGH out, then those who pursue it in Alexander stated.
SPEED
TRAINS the narrow and retrogressive 3 j :The' EEOC Chairman urged the
sense will have to attentlve\n' publishers' to support restoration -
NEW DELHI-lNPI-Come October 2, the Indian railways audience."
by the Senate of the cut
plans to inaugurate high-speed train service that will better Alexander spoke before] |tte\) 4| made by the House of Representatives
the time between New Delhi and Calcutta by six and a half National Newspaper Publishers In the President's
hours. Presently It takes 24 hous to 'make the run. Other Association at their 28th Annual, request for EEOC.
high-speed ltnes-hnkbg New Delhi, Bombay, Madras and Calcutta Convention held at the'Sd Imlt jfodget
-Are also planned. Hotel In New York City. Her *
described EEOC programs and '
THREE R'sLIBREVILLENPI.4n told of new highs In Cop misslon 11 i Ji I HEWS DEADLINE
handling of job cl trlm-:
a drive to remedy Gabon's acute Inatlon complaints. 3 rThnrsday, July 4, Is a Na-
shortage of trained manpower, the government has obtained a The Commission has Investigated 'Honal Holiday. All news for
World bank loan of $1.1 million for the Improvement and expansions complaints against .a'I' the FLORIDA STAR must
of facilities for secondary education,vocational training '" .- total of 3,069 employer, >unions .l: reach the office not later than
and primary teacher training. The project Is designed to raise M and Mrs Jim Murphrey decided that, after his retirement Theyhave worked consclenOouslytoward the betterment- conditions and employment agencies' Monday evening, July I, U68.
the percentage of trained primary school teachers from its from Humble Oil, they would work In some community. Therefore for the Negro and have spent considerable time on projectsof In the eleven months ending There will be no change in the
present 26 per cent to 66 per cent as well as Improving the they moved to Florida, to Wlmauma, and have become the serious and urgent nature Leisure life will have to wait May 31, (the first 11 months of. publication and delivery !
quality of pupils entering secondary schools. first VISTA volunteer workers In the rural community there. Fiscal 1968)) as compared to 1 'schedule Thank You I I
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COMPUTER FLUBSNAIROBlNPlKenya

capital residents received a shock
recently when their monthly water bills arrived-all becausea
computer used by the city treasury went haywire.On resident ARE YOU CONFUSED ?
received a bill for 3,450 Kenya pounds $9,660); another
for 1,700 pounds $4,760)) for consumption of 9,999 million ; -- AVv: : .
gallons of water. The bills should have been for two pounds

$5.60)NO TAKERS). About What You Can JILrnw.


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NEW YORK-(NPI>-for six weeks, Dr. X to G. OkoJle, >
founder of the Zuma Memorial hospital, Irra, Midwest State,
Nigeria, has been seeking VS. physician to assist him for two Actually Earn
years in his 120-bed hospital. As yet, be has found no takers,
and he Is resigned to return home on July 1, emptyhanded. He '
wants a young physician, man or woman, black or white, with t$ > ;:A.| .-V'. ; : v-- .
surgical experience. He Is offering a candidate $12,000 a year ;' ; .
tax free, also free transportation, housing and an automobile on'your ; : i ,


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Inex Kaiser, special markets consultant (or the Seven-Up.
Company, presents to Mr. Roy Wilkins, executive director of the
NAACP, a check from the Seven-Up Company,St. Louis, for the
life membership in that organisation.The presentation took place 1 I ,
at NA..CP headquarters In New York. "i\e\ % iNGS+tior


Belhune-Cookman Keeps r s1


I Pace With Big Schools See First Federal First

Bethune-Cookman College, which Ips been under the presidency y
of Dr. Richard V. Moore for more than 20 years, Just keeps on n q,4 ,
growing-both in size and prestige. ? cE COpyOP'No

Its history goes back to 1904, plans are to freese enrollment
the year the late Mary McLeod at 1,500 students, starting to
Bethune founded the Daytona 1972.A .
Normal and Industrial Institute new music building and library
for Girls. Five girls were in about to be built will

the home first of John class Williams conducted in the conditions relieve the by over-crowded allowing the matter how you figure it, no one pays more We cordially invite'you to'consblr'\. with the

The next important date Is present library to be remodeledInto Time Certificates withdrawable Counselors of
192S-the year that Daytona a classroom building. This on, Savings .or. on friendly experienced Savings any

Institute Normal ,merged founded with in Cookman 1872 In will science permit division moving out the of Moore social Passbook Savings Accounts than Northeast Flora our 4 convenient offices'forth ypeTof? f insured

Jacksonville 'by Rev. D.BJS.: Gymnasium and free the gym da's oldest & largest SAVINGS INSTITUTION. account to best suit your particular needs.
the first Florida better
Darnell of
as for development a ,. '
institution for the higher ed- physical education program. 'c.:11):+ ) h.ilI: J
The merger expansion -' "d1 SO'I' !. )'
caUon of Negroes. Room for future may -
In coeducational B-CC through 'Save Where People Come FIRSTflRST
resulted a be available to 1'>!>iI': 'P 'J',
school known as the Daytona- the Daytona Beach urban renewal "
s'i
Cookman Collegiate Institute program if the college ; :4t.--
Later, the Institution acquiredits is able to acquire redevelopment -
present name. parcels adjacent to o'sU/J') I) t
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A dual program of high school the campus. One UR parcel S J ,4111 US1'' I *
and Junior college work was already .baa been .bought by .' .1.Fl', ',:<. '
10 1t 91 1
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discontinued and the entire emphasis B-CC. .; t Federal Savings !
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was placed on a two-year Just recently, a Bethune- ? Strong ""Friendly;
college program., Cookmai College developmentfund
In 1941, B-CC expanded Its drive, by Chairman J. yS & Loan Association JjlLjiMjt .-a II *"Iri
teacher education curriculumto Saxton Lloyd, Daytona Beach .
the four year leveL The first1 businessman and civic leader, S Secure / LVv ; Pro; .ressive
group oY graduates receiving went over Its goal of $150,000. rufkerarUiy t
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bachelor of science degrees in The sum bad to be met la orderto ii* .10
elementary education was graduated get a promised gift of $100, ,
two years later. 000 made by J.E. Davis, Jack- Profitable first Federol Saving Btdg. Southwest Branch Northiide BroncF o ;9perattve l

Currently, the college is developing of- sonvUle, chairman of the ADAMS .IJUUA 3736 HANDING IIVO. 5SIO NOIWQOD AVINUI ,
stronger program Winn-Dixie Stores and a U
liberal arts studies. member of the B-CC board of ; 6:1X1 ;'sti0d( "
Of fnt'ridaylo (:iuwdsaturdays J
Enrollment at B-tCcturlnltlle trustees for four years.In :hits1 r
first semester of this year was a recent talk, Dr. Moore .
1,055 students, nearly 100 more cited figures to dramatize the
than the previous year. Dr.. !I $-'- .u-........ .
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I i Pants are returning to the Here in the States, the shirt- ..
spotlight for Fall. They will be waist blouse is the leader.Like
oniufrj qu..tion okutI' worn with tunics featuring the Its Bonnie and Clyde"Inspired
Junior .Win tliquntr.,. new proportion (gaucho style). competitor, the shirt is cut in 't: l
I' grooming and 'M"" .."*'t Long and wide pants aje cut very soft fabrics.In ,_
I fed or flaring. Slim pants will Britain, the London couture \I ;
II I Q. Summer sandal-time I It almost abreast'of the news. Read, read, flare Just above the instep or trade has decided to leave the \ '.., I I 11 11t 11w.
here and my feel are amen read magnifies, newspapers, t slant \\pnkward. miniskirt to Italy-or whoever '.
callouses. Any short. and books are all good sources r With these, short Jackets and else might want itl!
cut to fttt that are sandal- ijot conversation gambits, from. vests with huge sleeves are the In Mattli's romantic collection -
suitable Beethoven to the Beatles, fashion
leg pantsin
matchers Elephant -mostly whit eskirtshave ,
to football. Try it and
A. Pumice: stones are the red wool by Vicki Cooper been lowered to the top of'
if don't into
I, fastest, easiest way to rid feet conversations see you drop more have a fake brown broadtail the kneelll \
of callouses. Buy one at any ;i'rl'' shirtall tucks Hardy Almes has also scuttled .
.'Q. r have I fair complexion, I
drug store and keep it handy,
the mini somewhat-his latest
hut hair Is drab neither- '<'
take bath. Wet tf my I )
when
you a >ti, as"Bonnie '
bere-nor-Ihere moos browa. daytime dresses are divided
stone and rub gently over el ostler
: loused feet -and bumpy heels.> ,I'd like to color my hair, but fonder is a moiunuooary new sewing aid oat cm between t 0 p-of-the-knee-
Rub In a rkh hand and body Mhkh way should I gobrofiM professional touches right at four Ironing board by fusing fabric and Clyde," both as length, like Mattli's, aDd a '
lotion over feet and heels. And or blonde .to fabric. It is simple to use. Simply cut Wonder Under to desired -, a film and as a fashion, is mail-length several inches! below lr ;rs
the List step N pedicure. CW I,:' 'A'.The natural look Is In! It's shape Place rough side down on fabric. With dry beat, reportedly making a big hit with the knee. .
J nails straight across. To +pp y best l to/( 'change your own color press for threee seconds over entire area of Wonder Under teens in Greece. Pace-setter Seems the Haute Couture never
i polish, separate toes with, ,a only to or three shades. If Leave transfer paper on until completely cool. Stitching out; actresses have been photo- really accepted"mini"-thus it ,
II lightly rolled section of Kleenex-.. you're'nol: sure whether to go graphed in Bonnie styles. is not difficult to abandon It,
: paper lowel. Place the towel.,/. lighter.or darker experimentwith National Designers; Slate July Meet Although*the miniskirt was even if Mary Quaint, its author, 11
I under one toe, over the ne>l., ../ one of the temporary! hair worn on the battlefields of ancient thinks it's "a classic that will r -
t end! then under again. ThK will/ iccolorings available. You're not An Association of profession Miss Catherine BlackweU, Greece and survives currently : never be replaced." .
j keep nails from smearing while bound to your decision if youcrardon.Llike als and persons of like attain President of the Philadelphia in the uniform of the I
the polish dries lly summyour the outcome When ... i
ment members and associates Royal Guard, U is not preferred
feet should 'be fit for'tnjr InI/'lnr/ hall-coloring, slip on at- the National Association of Chapter, and her Convention by Grecian girls. iiiw;
,of Planning Committee have arranged -
Handgard
sandal! ",pair disposable
J fATQ' gfoveV '- so you color your Fashion Accessory Designers, an unusual assortment As proof of this, only recently Summer lingerie offers a
Q. I'm I C'fIII"'NlI" drop 1out. hlllr..' not your hands. Inc., will assemble In Philadelphia of public meetings, print. department stores bepnslocklnCloncbeltedUrIs variety of styles as well as
Say something lo me and frt. a new "Aow4o"rQlIel at the Sheraton Hotel on workshops, and entertainment and fabrics There are prints, both
my imly reply h a big blushingitllcnrr. July 1, to conduct six berets. NJj1
fur Jrcortling Itt Monday features Including an excursion subdued and wild; colorful and f
silence Hit my?gambits for n ihlogl'tvilh Mm*lo* tJiktiivtctH'trfogn days of business informative to Atlantic City to observe fashion The "In" with French teens washable cottons, featuring
I filling Raps "Blooming Bo** seminars.: Informal exchanges factors and le1'eraltace Is a long-sleeved Jacket fastened durable press finish,and gossamer -
A. Interesting! people fare Cta-trl," llfi lmf ShtJt," and social activities. show's. down the front with pea- sheers. J ;
thoo.eto hn are interested. First, 'DrJttltJ Spar" *n listen aciivnlp I If you are *r* gil your free copy, urlttl H. Vincent, National President, Fashion and Accessory Designers front and back panels, and 1s and slips are climbing higher
snrhcd in whit the other per- / arl/,,,f, eUwbcrly.Clerl this Annual Convention will bed belted on the hipbone and re- than skirts and 'some petticoats S
wen is 10:1)in!!, he may just keep ("lltor ,),,,,. ,,/-P. Nttth, particular Interest fashion 22 ,and Inc 23, eam.lnto in New being York April City, sumbles a shirt that Grandpawore start from hip-slung

f .right..:....<.m....talking......!...And.......keep..:......U'la......H'lS6J......................... designers, milliners, shop* with Jeanetta Welch Brown as on the farm. Teens like it waistbands to fit smoothly under -
owners, wholesalers and retailers Founder and Ada Fisher Jones in Jersey over leather minis. low-wsisfed dresses or I
whose professions u Co-Founder. bare midriffs R-280 I'i ".
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I'I'1 relate to the world of fashions, To help eliminate high-skirt ,
art and culture.: problems hosiery companies Sizes 12-18
... At Patou, "Bonnie" berets are making tights for an unbroken -
and "Clyde" fedoras appeared line right up to the FOR an evening of elegance a softly flowing chiffon over-dreo
(' : "YOUR DOLU shortly before the Paris waist. with a sleeveless, bateau neckline yoke hides a sheath dim
premiere of the movie lgnal-, Perfect for silk or crepe with thiffon.
log a sophisticated plunge by Price ll.OO-R-280 Is available in sizes 12. 14. 18, 18. Size 14
T BUYS MORE Patou into the fashion nostalgia g takes 2V4 yards of 44 inch fabric for dress and 2W yards of 44 inch
Foods of the 'JO's with their curves BRING ouR NEWS chiffon. Standard body measurements for size 14 are: -'Bust 34,
'? NA p AT YOUR BANNER looking ironed like baggy out- nd the girls E'fLORIDA'STAI Waist 26, Hips 36.

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California Rx For Ribs Leg 01 Lamb With '-- .
A Perlect Dinner
THIS WEEKS :

Horseradish Sauce .
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EAVORlfl f RECIPES 1 ,

t (lakes 6 to 8 servings

t / I lei Onion of lamb silt Smoked Butt for Sunday Dinner :;


PepperCrushed { # #:%xi';x There1 pun country-air Inspiration In this hearty home-style.
rosemary leave Stuffed Smoked Butt Partially sliced, the roast Is; finished with :
1 pint (2 cups) dairy sour a delicious dressing of chopped nutmeats, diced I dried, apricots
cream and crumbled corn bread made from a corn muffin mix. Served.
lcnt Ch m ta"ro'It'* aa.attractive, nn-fussy Sunday dinner idea
t ttH 3 to 4 tablespoons prepared your family will love,
q horseradish :
Staffed Smoked B.
14 teaspoon saltWater '.. N
cress Makes I ttrvingt .
One 14-os. pkr. Flako li cup finely chopped onion
Sprinkle lamb with onion salt, Corn Muffin Mix 'H cup finely diced celery .
1 .n One CoOL eanlced button '
pepper and rosemary leaves. 1 cup milk .t mushrooms, drained
Place on rack In shallow roast % cup diced dried apricots. U cup chopped lianaS .
Ing pan. Roast In 325 degreesslow tablespoon butter or Out I to Ill>. smoked butt
( ) oven 30 minutes per margarine :
.
r pound or until meat themometer H teaspoon saltDash
: registers 175 degrees for me. pepperHeat .
r dium oren to hot MOOT.): Place corn muffin mix In bowl :
l doneness. Meanwhile, Add egg and % cup of the milk. Blend only until dry Ingredient
blend sour cream, horseradishsalt ky kttiyri. are thoroughly moistened. (Batter should be slightly lumpy.) :
and dash onion salt; chill.* Pour batter Into greased 8-inch square baking; pan. Bake I. I
Garnish lamb with water cress;' preheated oven MOO'F.) about 15 minute or until golden browm. .
serve with horseradish sauce. Reduce heat to moderate (350F.). Cool corn bread; coarsely
crumble Into a large bowL
....ate.DANGEROUS Combine I remaining% U cop mllkltt stand nbout
10 minutes. flean1l'hlle. melt butter In eklllet, Stir In salt and ,
DOSAGES "" pepper. Saute onion, celery and mushrooms In butter mixture ;
xvr::: until golden I brown. Add to crumbled corn bread. Add apricot
..
Fresh nectarines give a California touch to a simple barbecue Pathologist Dr. Charles T.GescMckler ___ .. : > : ,,..,. mixture and pecans; toes lightly. "
sauce for this short on.work, long-on.flavor main dish "Short of ,*.,....._ ww' Make 8 crosswise cut In smoked butt to within H Inch of "
Rita El Patio." Rice and a tossed! salad are good with It. Georgetown A good substantial meal centers around meat. Perhaps TOUT noticed how legs of lamb, for bottom. Place tat 2H-qt easier-!*. Spoon dressing between slice:
Tartsweet nectarines have Hospital states in the Catholic and around roast Com and bake la preheated oven J50T.) :.
a"cooling quality that makes themmO'it Instance, have, bar been gettlng'tearler over a period of)'IU'a. This does not mean-that the
I that "at least in
agreeable with highly seasoned foods. Try them with barbecued Digest one about I% hour-
sliced doses I. 'legs are fatter, but that there Is more meat In relation to bone. Yes, today's new lamb das
sparerib or over bowls of hot chill. six drug given
every
a neat, trim breeding and feeding methods. And It Is your meat budget that benefits
the time in the
SHORT RIBS FL FVTIO at wrong Try a leg of Milk-fed Spring Remember, the lamb Is self basting and needs no .
l'/i Hit. Mrs short ribs, rut Iran UO/ ea) condensed wrong: amount" or to the wrong water in the roasting pan rshhouuldd It be covered. PICHIC POTATO SALAD :
Into arming plrte bouillon patient. '
Spawned MillYpprr lj: bay leaf (Makes 8 to 10 servings)

t to 4 I""h nectarines An Answer For TheAnguished '
2 tablespoons vinegar H teaspoon pepper
54 rasp bottled barbecue I'/i! Ublrnpoons eorntlarthI Vacation Time Gives Girl % cup undiluted Carnation S cups diced cookedpotatoes
tIIIlK't'Trim '- "
Cook Evaporated Milk
a little fat from ribs, melt In skillet to coal bottom; 1V( cups ( .-. tan)
dlward Sprinkle ribs with seasoned salt and pepper BrownIn Chance For Kitchen WorkSchool Q CM I fry with rat or nee the other advantages of this V4 cup mayonnaise crumbled corned beef
nklllet Mix barbecue sauce and bouillon: add to skillet with on when cooking ta noav-ttlck type of cookware quickly became 2 teaspoons mustard prepared 3 diced hard cooked en
bay leaf Cover and cook over low heat a hours or until meat coaled alamlmunT and It gained
vacation time Is the perfect time to turn teen apparent V4 teaspoon salt VI cup chopped 'parsley
Is tender adding water If needed lust before meat Is done slice your -agb almost Instant popularity for
nectarine to mea ure 2 cups Transfer meat to heated serving daughter loose la the kitchen. From the time a girl Is eleven or all types of cooklnR One U Vi teaspoon garlic salt Vi cop sliced green" onion
dish; keep warm. Skim oft fat; manure liquid and add water twelve until she hits sweet sixteen, she has more enthusiasm the esy.cleaning feature,
If needed to make IS cups. Mix a little with comstarch then A: Tea You can use the same Stir vinegar Into undiluted Carnation Evaporated Milk
for than she And which eliminates soak I ft .
cooking may ever again. she's old enough g
heal with remainder In skillet until thickened. Add nectarines; to do the dishes and class quantity of oil or fat you would scrubbing or scraping; a swishof untU milk thickens. Add mayonnaise. mustard, salt garlic .
after a session of
heal through Pour nectarine mixture over meat; serve at once up cooklnf normally use with any other a sudsy sponge under hot salt and pepper. Mix well. Add remaining Ingredients. '
Mukr II II distinct bonus for you the full-time cook I
nr servings kind of cookware; however. Its
water Instantly Boats food 2 until
partoles Toss gently until well mixed. Chill about hours or
her recipes nice to know that with nonstick
Supply with for Another big appeal
Savory Beef Stew With Dumplings dishes that she can product all 1 1 cup cup boiling unsweetened water pineapple lined aluminum.. utensils I* that away.the fast, even heat conductivity ready to serve.
you to. The of the aluminum
by herself but that aren't beyond coating domluck per.mlts
Juice was ly cooking on a low name In
her skills or abilities, signed for faUree diet! ; implied less Ume, saving both valuable PEACH COCONUT PUDDING
since failures are both discouraging Dissolve Instant breakfast to aluminum' a metal nutrients and f u a f. So cook 2 package (JM ov'ncts.tach, ) coconut cream pudding mla I
l- and costly. With recipes drink and sugar In boiling water. that conduct and distributes without fat U you must for diet Jtt cup milk I
for ,Tropical Ice and Add pineapple Juice. Poor into heat quickly and evenly. It permitted reasons but you can use the 2 cup peeled diced ripe fresh peaches
Favorite Cake MU Cookies she even the most atlckable same non-stick coated aluminum
anInch square pan. Freeze food to be cooked without utensils with any kind of Combine pudding'mix and) milk U medium unycci.M.
fI can easily produce desserts until ke crystals have begun to. the need for fat or oil. This oil or shortening you like. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture boll. Remove .
she'll be proud to serve tofamUy form throughout the mixture was an Important break- from heat. Cool, to lukewarm. Stir peaches Into pud
and friends. about 1 hour. Stir mixture. through In the preparation of .ding. Chill. If dealrad; line serving dish with ladyfingers
Tropical Ice, made with Tang Frees until arm. Make about special fat free dieu. However, and peach alicee. Garnish with whipped cream and peach

Instant Breaskfast Drink and 4 servings. .110... If desired Make 8 serving

pineapple juice 1s a refreshing I __ _._...._-..:... L_ _

i summery teen-agers.dessert Crisp well-liked cookies by, Cook Cool '1 I EDGEWOOD AVE. B

made easily with her favorite II

flavor of cake mlxa r t great With Electric

with the Ice and also make a :: STORE OEN I SUNDAYS

I 1 perfect target for fcrally. ,raids. ;- ,Cookware ra ., ,
'lI on t;t cookie Jar. Pat the heal this summerby MARKET

cnoklng cool. Wets not sue; U P.E R ':.A.It TO.6, p)1.A .
Favorite Cake Mil Cookies treating a summer diet of lunch
I 4 eon meals and salads, but
.
: Iii awing the fumilv'.U run). It fa'nIKJ .hmwr thla 18\0') beef rather that you planmenua tempting
\: : vlrv t"iiNil| with -".-ud.ather dumplings| ., for rverjone, It around your low-heat SMO
MI.run., |,trw Il lw* roiiiliinnllim.In 1 package cab mix, any flavor automatic electric appliance CURED HICKORY
I I thin nn"""in iliii' "ci nli i .n of an olil fanltlnnisl l rlannlr the .pirns. except angel food With the marvelous variety
(1.1inll with limit ,ihunk of r/lnn..II'1II1I1 beef with gfa y. The 1/2 cup soft shortening of aluminum e I e e I r I e cook
t, hefty ruin... ..f iiMiit aiv nil )run Uif with nu wa... of fat orIAI 1 tablespoon water ware, you can fix hearty ooe- U.S. GOOD HUCKOAST
1._. 1'hi* Rrn\')' I I. a h.on.nl..II..1. of the nirat lulrr and I dish meals Ilk Jiffy Dandy
a ulilli hl.-nd of HMininttH. Fresh .h..I'I..1| | | | onion allreit reler>' eggs Stew, or a casserole or even a M.C.
;o IIn.1 "'110..1.tt-ri nliliw. uil ""t. ilMlf.. own heat to kitchen. la I
your
: The iluni|>lmBm. tun, .... nude the "'lul..I...." v.a>' with parkaamllilMUit Empty half of cake mix into fact you can set up your elao- a R
:; mix. .,Aililiti-md .."..I.I".II..r.| | ....) and mince) iimU-ntn bowl. Add remaining Ingre trio cookware In the patio or SMAL ) 11
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Midi niliir With 'h hi mum additional SIZES
I: mit nt< "ui n ai1) dish menu dients. Blend at low speed just terrace. wherever you Man
r j'O to moisten. Add cake '
remaining
: KliriUI |mifuil mmil with sugar nioklra.Ilil cooking temperature on your
Beat S minutes at
mix. medium
: .f Mr V Illl l>Hni|>lln|. appliance and let It do the rat
: 11I1oI''I''III.ul''r| 2 ran 0:1: oun.....Nrh) speed of mixer or with a spoon If you** not ready to serve
I: nest .beef vithfnn. until creamy. when cooking Urn i* up, turn N
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hi il onion ;)
< rug i '|i|
It to the
I" Fu1 a "I".1) bI..ul'f'1 Drop by teaspoonfuls onto lowest setting and it
: to cup.tilrrlnlrty min I greased baking sheets. Bake at will keep the food hot till serving .
: I ran tHH'i oumml 't run milk J7J' degrees for about 10 Urn*.
In.r luuillon I tuliliitMHifl| rhoiirdtuMiniHMin | This kind of effortless cook. DIXIE' CRYSTAL
minutes Store In airtight con
I I. I jmrkuci'. II j' from'n mlxnl 1 hojijxNl tainer. Makes about dozen aluminum electric because
tcgctahl.w pimiento cookies. aluminum's high, even heat

t:o Hnute onion and ...1..,'. In butter until onion U transparent. conductivity assure the accurate
I i' .\.MI..IUIII.! in. I rnn water and frown mixed vrgrtaUi Bring to Tropical Ice performance, which of Is the -thermostat th
a U'll., Mil hinds INI.f with trrat)'. Mir to blend and continue to whole why
t process can be automatic
nook OMT iiMilium trmiN-raturp until mixture romr to a boil.
To |1'1'1'111I'| dumplings| iimiliini' lunrult mix, |inr,.lry and plmli I. 1/4 cup orlDl'-lia'oredWt&Dt without Even any fussing 00'rour _.
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Over Saluiday

NOW BURGER The first major )Jan festival
began June 27 and will end June
29. It wupnseDtedbyHamplon
Institute, a college whose
CASTLE \ & students are mainly members
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of the race that gave )Jazs Its
fj. t: ""ace; early roots
NW 7th AVENUE 1 was highlighted -
(5780 I by a program called:
,., "The Roots of Jau" which was
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1UNCH'o LOT'
rlSIR t Jean fits Into the centennial
theme of education: for living In
FRIEDCHICKEN a multicultural society."
The Friday evening, June 28
concert: featured Dionne War-
p TIECES io' effffiinSui 97t wick Herble Mann, Cannonball
1 1. DIHHEtf CHICKEN '
32J Adderley, Archie Shepp, and
V \ Thelonlous Monk.
of' ckuku 2io The Saturday evening June
BOX ofipiscss ,
2. t"" ..-., s .. "1" .......,. 29 concert featured Jimmy
, Time for laughter is taken by three members of Motowtfs and afternoon visiting residents of Resurrection City and had Smith, Ramsey Lewis, Cltsy
3. BUCKET .1115' Pieces of Chicken 3 75 Temptations with Hosea Williams (far right), director of direct planned to give a concert: In honor of the late Sen. Robert F. Gillespie, Count Bute, Gary
action for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and Kennedy. The concert was postponed when a band scheduled to Burton and Nina Simone.
Mayor of Resurrection City, From left, are Tempe Eddie James play for the Temps did not show. Motown Photo-R.M. Deutcb
4. BARRE of Jw21N Pieces' of Cfckken 495 Kendrlcks, Melvin Franklin and Paul Williams.The Temps spent
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.
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the task directing: national promotion of a new record
,- TAKI BAILEY'S DRY CLEANERS they must be removed given of
'c furl OUT and preserved wlthla two hours label titled "Blue Rock" for Mercury Records. Frailer will
after death. They cannot watt also direct artist relations for the label oa which Mercury
111111111..11.111..1..1. .. .. ... for probate. will release nearly all Its rhythm and blues material la a new
A donor must be of voting "specialitatlon": move.
THIS COUPON GOOD !... N W SC .T, ..,...... P\.OIt'D" before he can alga the form age
required. a child: dies, one of HONORED

r FOR 20 OFF ON PURCHASEOF Your professional beautician bis release parents at the can time alga special of death. NEW YROK.-ttPQ-1111et composers vela I honored'riceotljbe !

i < knows the answer... One does not have to have a concert: at the Harlem School of the Arts by aa all-black
perfect or even good vision to group of musicians-some professionals a symposium oa
donate the eyes, provided the "The Black Composer: Where Has He Been and Where U He
CHICKEN DINNER Can your hair be damagedfrom cornea Is clear The eye color, Going?" Works featured were by Carman Moore, Noel da Costa,
Hale Smith Rudd William Fisher
age aei,religion or race makes Dorothy Moore Ulysses Kay,
111 n 11 ittinMeeeeii brushing alone? DO difference* at all. and Stephen Chambers.
KAL The eyes mast be removed
under sterile conditions.: An eye FLIPS NBC
All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural surgeon U oa call: to perform
elements. Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals Improperly this service without charge: anytime NEW YORfc-NP0-Flip Wilson, currently one of the hottest
used, also take their toll...not to mention simple attempts of the day or night,and the and most sought-after comics la show business, recently was
at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of American Red Cross will pro. put under a long-term contract with NBC,which plans to develop
natural bristles. The results are brittleness breakage dry and vide free transportation of the a program around his distinctive style. A native of Jersey
,dull looking hair. eyes from the home, funeral City, N.J., Flip spent U years perfecting his style. He once
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles parlor 'or hospital where they worked u a bellhop SaD Francisco
actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair were removed to the place, LEADS CONCERT..TOUR
that give it body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians designated by the eye bank. CHICAGO -(Nfl)-Earl Calloway, fine arts editor'of Negro
claim that nothing beats Clairol condition' Beauty Pack Treatment The cornea transplant must Press International and Chicago Dally Defender newspaper
L for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage be completed within 41 hours, music critic will direct the 60-voice Philharmonic Youth Choir
leaving hair lively and easy to manage condition Is an easy-to- preferably sooner, after the 'of the Shiloh Seventh-Day Adventist Church on a tour of
work-with creme which can even be applied during I chemical donor's death. These corneas Jamaica British West Indies, July through Aug. The choir,
straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been are neither bought nor sold under sponsorship of the American Friendship Club aa Inter
"I previously relaxed condition' Is the ultimate In repairing deep. they are made available to the racial goodwill group, win highlight the tour with'performances:
down damage. And, when time Is a factor for their customers appllcat on the roster who has at Jamaica's Independence Day ceremonies In Kingston,Montego
hairdressers turn to new Clairol Hair Dew*-the lotion conditioner Vailed the longest Bay, and Mandevellle.
that penetrates so fast many think of it as an Instant Removal of the eyes does not FIVE STYLES
conditioner When applied regularly by your beautician. Clairol mar the appearance of the body, HAMPTON, Va. (NPQ) For tie: Jan laJ blues. buffs the
Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives I glowing new look to thanks to modem undertaking Hampton Jau Festival June 27-29.will be Just the ticket for
your hair that many friends will notice and admire. technique there will be five )au pianist greats doing their staff There will
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. Although some other parts of be Willie "The Lion" Smith Earl "Fatha" Hues, Thelonlous
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other the eye have beta put to good Monk Count Basle and Ramsey Lewis. Rounding out these will
causes that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be revitalized use, the cornea Is the part that be Muddy Waters, Dlonne Warwick Wes Montgomery,CannonbaU
periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask is of greatest value. can think' Adderly, Nina Simone and Ditty Gillespie. I
this expert to check the condition of your hair, of no easier or better way to
Only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure.C serve your fellow man than to FIRST ROLECLEVELAND
help restore sight to a blind (N1'I-A IormeruOOa to 11wl PoWer
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Clairol Inn 1967 CourMty Wool Inc. TM ) Ii
person lathe Broadway musical "Lost lathe Stars" U now getting his .1
I first crack: at a screen role JuletDassia's "Betrayal"which
._ Is before the cameras Ixally. He Is Julian Mayfield, who took
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years, have found the way to keep off the streets and out of
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:;;.; called: the Comnu>doii, and are giving concerts in and around
:Any Place FromCarter's the local area. Organizers are the Hansen brothers-Henry and
I Klmrod-who play guitars Others Include drummer Randolph/
,; 'S.i'o I Gunther IV; trumpeter John Hutching IHbasse.larinetlstReglnald
I Record Center Snead, tenor sazlst Michael Bowman singers-dancers Anthony
'dyF Len, Bradley Wallace and Tyrone Robinson.

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Among nose slated to appear are comedian Jackie "Moms"
td'd I. This week's special I II Mabley, Della Reese, Dinah Shore Pat Boone, Marlon Brando
I 4} His Rocketeers I and Dick Van Dyke. The foundation hopes to raise 1100.000 from
I Dr. Martin Luther Kill's Latest LP. the benefit for its scholarship fund

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THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS Making Molded Plastics New Yorkers Columbia's I ;'' t1J Journalism

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ABOUT RECKLESSNESSBy 'ill, Plan Plastics Plans
School Announces
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DORIS BROWN For RochesterROCHESTER The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism has

NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL I announced an Intensive summer program to help train 20

The ,Poor People's Campaign, which rightly seeks a better ,a.. owned and operated,>>N.Y.A plastics Negro- members of minority groups, selected from more than 100
deal for the nation1 second-class citizens, Is marred by amoral forming business will be applicants, for careers in radio and television news

falling which has long afflicted the civil-rights move launched in the Inner city in The New York Urban Coalition takings both her and
ment. '" bas endorsed the program and elsewhere..
the near future
Amid the proper ethical concerns about poverty and discrimination The new project was announced will work actively to Implementit The program is believed to be
there Is a feeling of recklessness and an Indifference r. Jointly by Frank E. McElrath, In cooperation with the Graduate _. ,the first of its kind in the
lournaUsDi'r'
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to the very morality In whose nama the poor people's battle 1* founder of the business, and School of country.
being waged John L. Blake,general manager Dean Edward W, Barrett of the. Professsor Friendly the program -
Two illustrations will show what Is meant: of Rochester Business Oppor Graduate School of Journalism director, is former president -
During the Poor People's Campaign, a group of marchers ,, b s tunities. Corporation (RBOC). said that experience gained is of CBS News and Is now
entered a privately-operated cafeteria at the US. Department of According to the announcement year would be the basis fort Edward R. Marrow Professor
Agriculture, told officials: that someone at the end of the line : the RBOC board broader project: -with a larger of Journalism and chairman of
would pick op the check, and then left without paying. of directors has approved a enrollment and possibly: embracing .>,the regular broadcast program
leaders of the Poor other forms of JoornalIsm ->H' School of
People's Campaign have Intimated they proposal that the business opportunities at the Graduate
need not abide by their agreement with the federal. governmentregarding corporation arrangefor -In the summer of 1969. Journalism, He is also the ad1Ler -
,
the site of Resurrection City. : $95,000 IDR OC,U.s.Small He said tin program which -. on television to tae
In both instances, it was argued that black people did not : Business Administration and will be coordinated Colum f president of the Ford
have to live up to their obligations, in view of centuries of local bank financing for the new bia's new Center off Urban 'Foundation. Professor FriendlyIs
slavery and segregation. enterprise. Community Affairs,, t'is an': donating his services to theprograTTT

And in A general sense, they had a point But if every person McElrath, SS-f U-old Negro undertaking which we ,view asa
with a real or Imagined grievance were therefore to feel and a group leader at Kodak pilot project for larger under-: *

free to, Ignore his responslbl11Ues, the society would be destroyed Park Works, will Invest several
forthwith by its self-produced chaos. '
.
thousand dollars of his own
The mentally ill would roam the streets at will "Justifiably" la the business. He will serve '
renting their inner rage on society; henpecked husbands, with U its president, treasurerand Giant 'tWO Color Picture
"good reason," would take their grievances out on all women; manager

corporation vice-presidents who failed to win a desired promotion : "The company will be set up Posle j "the Late
w0J'
would their
"understandably" allay frustrations by getting U a 'Job shop' one designed
their co-workers fired; and children, who have been punished ft for short procSU; ; runs,"Mc
too severely by their parents, would have "good cause" to Elrath said. "We'll work with 'SENATOR
declare war on everyone over 30 years of age. light to med1am-beavuaages of
Even worse than this chaos is what the stance of recklessnessdoes r plastic and will be able to "ROIERT FRANCIS KENNEDY"INSCR

to the marchers themselves. A mate our. own patterns and
The Agriculture department cafeteria won't go out of business fixtures In production runs up BED
u a result of the marchers' refusaltopay their bills. The dem to about l',000; pieces,we should .
onstrators' threatened civil: disobedience will probably do no be very competitive. Kodak has HONORARY BROTHERA
lasting harm to the nation's capital. And the federal governmentwill Indicated that it Is a potential tSOUl

survive, even if Resurrection City grows beyond its designated customer and we shall be lookIng -

limits. for others, both locally:
But the Poor People's Campaign will not itself survive U and out of town." FRIEHDiCfmiIHO. ; SAVE
march leaders through their own acUons, call the campaign's This is the fourth business
professed morality into question.For announced by RBOC since its HIS All THAT THIS MIGHT

even more than the marchers must Impress the Agriculture A Dual Project is in the works tinder the leadership of Frank E. McElrath QettX shown with: official Inception: on February
department or the President that they are deserving of Norman F. Beach,'Eastman Kodak vice president and I'neralllllJltcer, Kodak Parks Works. 18, 196*. Previously the Independent BE A MUCH'iHTl'l( WOIID. .

a better deal, they must show themselves that they are ready McElrath I.s'molding.a new business venture In the Rochester N.Y..) inner city, which, non-profit corporation ION 's 1
for a better way of life. Incidentally: will make molded plastic Items which the two men are discussing. The firm will announced with the Urban SPECIAL DlbCtiUNI
Even more than interracial animosity must be eradicated.: be known PA Plastics Inc. McElraut formation of a camera LIMITED( SUPPLY ORDER TODAY
u : of which a Kodak group leader, is a heavy Investor, League
Negro haired of black people must be abolished. And even and is also founder president, treasurer and manager. The FIGHT organization, with which and appliance repair business LEE PHOTOS, DEPT. 382, 5708 8. STATE ST..
more than whites have to be reformed, Negro Americans mush McElrath is affiliated: also figures In the venture with the RaY Franklin D.R. Florence the leasing of a gas station, CHICAGO 'ILLINOIS 60621
be made over into the middle-class, reasonably affluent, productive former FIGHT head and now its Jobs *"""BlHt chairman, serving on the firm's Ward. _and a garage faeWtJ at the
citizens then want to be.
corner of Joseph Avenue and
PFor"-thii.won: it Ii especially important that the Poor
Kelly Street,and made arrangements
People's March adopt its own code of morality and stick with it. North Carolina Slate Belhune.CookmanCONTINUED through SBA and a local
That code need not be the "white man's code," but it must bea bank to enable Cardinal Dry
code regulating relations with outsiders and within one's Gets FROM PAGE 7 Cleaners and Laundry to moveto I
own group major campaign strategy and personal morality.The I New Federal I Aid I new and mica larger i1iiAiIell.
marchers need the self-respect of abiding by their own growth of the college and Increasing 144
GREENSBORO, Nt.; =?A federal rut of $386,572 has been facilities at the corner of N
standard of values, rather than being subverted by their awarded to ALT State';'.University to assist la upgrading theuDlvtrsltJ's efforts: to Improve Its Seward and Cottage Streets.CONSUMPTION ...,... l...$."T'. r.* t Hm tat -_ Mfr. TMIMM
leaders who sometimes ten them-whether subtly or blatantly- quality during his presidency t _.. .U Mt tiH*<_... Mkk, O* ,... ktoM Mt pt to /k*
that they are free to be u reckless as they please. total program. He reported the school's: 56 IM iMr draw"(MI .IMI. IM MMIN U W 11.113.** !"0.*.:..r-.I"'iJ, ..*. M ftwW tMkif* ;*-
Admittedly, not paying one's bill la a cafeteria is not u 'Waa lecturers, consultants, andother Dr. L.C. Dowdy, president of fulltlme-and five parttlme ,,...N.1 ."NM .$b ? M.1 N M./N IM ...., rw
.
issue u the nation's poverty problem. But even so, one services to "T. ALT, said recently: that included faculty members earned an If .dull* went'! to dupllcpttbah's a. M> 6tM kMk ktort -- -y **,

does not conduct a lofty campaign, for equality by using cheap The TUrteea-CoIlege Currl- U the grant is $236,000 average of $7,593 this year and food Intake In proportion TIu.SINbN,,'. rwp.I..N, "
strategies and loose talk e ala m Development program to continue a special curriculum will earn an average of $9,625 to Ladr.w 18ht, they would. SNAPPERt IkmCKUO 1! gc
And one Is doing the marchers: no favor by exposing them to a will be expanded from 100 to development program for next year. The salary range have to nearly four gallons TKOUT U
1MBCATWM
moral Ulity-whether la light or weighty matters-(or the demonstrators 200 stadeats. Entering freshman students $40,000 for now Is between $7,000 and $14 of milk a day, the Catholic t '
themselves nave lives and occupational futures,, freshmen selected for the faculty study grants, $ ,500 tor 000. U compared to the $906 DUwt elates.

to build. program ,will be ,exposed:to ft'*ImsMdaT..exchange"|H O THA*" to $ .4oo ,range as U waste j( .1- ., ii.. :, wNM"Is.. N.1Wt..au b,' r .. .. ,
1.
4.attlt ,of i'uytbhxg.goer" will ,not ,gtUthls Job done.. never eehMaof teaching,then tM.OOO for twelve NattooJtTeaching I, ,,1947J9' ?.* ?,," M 'l' NG'* r..1,s.16"; i 9i '
What must a chad: at Ressurection City think, when be heirsmlreb traditional freshman subjects: : Fellows and $12.000 He said I 11 of the faculty PALMER'S 'MOAT ITJ ,
) leaders talk about going to a cafe and not paying A special: faculty has bees selected for we by the Placement ier members have doctor's "SKIN SUCCESS" NAM11N ;
Certainly, if the leaders can "explain" their actions the : to participate lathe vices. degrees 37 others have MACKEREL .391 I STEAKFISH ..89FUNDER
child: can make up excuses for his misdeeds too. Then people program and full scholarships The grant to AAT was awarded master's degrees and only three OINTMENT .. .,
wonder why violence and disorder have broken out la the shantytown. will be granted to participating by the UjS. Department of 1 i<,I are teaching with a bachelors SBI MT HIT nun M0 MM W IUI", IrouAlt, IIA(1t '
students MIUT1M M* ICMM W mien Ib. 59c
Health, Education and Welfare degree. u. 'M MM.Ie vUi Must, MIU .
One of the late Dr. Martin Luther King's last acts, before Dr. Dowdy said the new funds under Title m of the Higher. During the put year, B-CC t UW fttt Ml Ml MMUt ft*.
assassination, was to announce be would not abide by a Memphis will be a big help la the faculty Education Act of 1965. has spread its activities by 1 eumn'ur. ItICCUI" calms FRESH SHRIMPMaww' : :: ::
directive against marching: In going ahead with march Improvement project. At least The additional money will enable participating in a number of .-. a ....,..rr ....... II rN. $1.00
plans, anyway Dr. King did not great damage to the city, but sixteen faculty members will AIT to coons its programs Including: A faculty .' ?ft-* km e Ate.-ft isNW:*WII .M1 $'60 .
be left aa unfortunate legacy of indifference: to society's requirements be pursuing addition graduate cooperative arrangement with exchange with four private colleges = wni.s ft* ** to MMk CRABMEAT VCU .
which may have bad as lasting influence on his degrees under the protraM Md the University of Wisconsin. In Minnesota; Tae tow ..:n. ra. kr*Htmnlufmatr *.Cxkltl tM|" ...... <**" .il: lb.. i '
school term. I I Southern Education foundation IM >.IHII.| nIM ,. kM km* III kMIrrlMiM I II.1S
followers his civil efforts.: The will continue .nn"
as ,.: rights larger university w awn. .. $ Pint aft $'.50 Pint
to provide visiting teaching Improvement ; ... .. I
,
.
programs in cooperation with 011.Y44C .em .. ... "' -, ')I'. .

Pharmacy Conferees Annual the University of Floida; The .DI. u wn rice **)" aimMNI'
NAACP SINVINI'
fCOllOllY 11II1. Oft one.UT
... .. -r Federal College Education: I I SHAD laflink
IRE! MI
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J tLf ? .. Achievement Project to bring HUHO-TOI rtoncncm. lUCiltR MEAT I CM 3' I t kW MM*.*
: Report Shows freshmen with substandard MYNa: iNW.' ,.-:N:

preparation up to college levelsof _....__ FOR THI GRiINANTaY AD
Future Needs reading, writing, speakingand NY.NW 11rl..'.".wq.rr........: taU".... I1 t :: r'. 1 I IM TOOAY1 MMit
mathematics.
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volume and the wide
sheer .
f.. diversity.."of conducted programs by aDdactlrlU. the c Getting music to sound right in a'.' ,. -- .


1,77S units for of Advancement the National Association studio is.a matter of getting a ;:; '

of Colored People attest to perfect balance of elements. '' ;/ "
"the vitality of, and continued .
need for a responsibly militant ,,.1t '" .

civil rights movement," W The I .,
the NAACPssutslsisannual same thing expect, applies i j

report. to getting a [6 i
gin..a perfect
During 1967, the report says, great ,'

the NAACP was engaged In balance of ,c .
elements..dryness flavor !
"every aspect: of the Negro's ) : .. :

drive Justice for equality la an dignity integrated and the works. That s what I find in L N,,{' 1Gordons

society. This program "was Gin" '. V. .
1
carried out in the face of the .;\G. ; .
cross-lath--white racist: re.alstaDce Sk ? I
and black: extremist *ot Eaton Composer Pianist Music tlftetor ol Btnlon t Bolti/ ItIC. one ottt Milan linen advirUsint.r. ri .,
c *>; winntr oiKotciuuko foumtition tint Chopin Awtril. lnttrn lionJncH lntincordlng IrfJIt lot lieu
indifference and sometimes
.
hostility to the integration m'R fJ. ,.
School of Pnarmacy recently sponsored a two-day Rtarmacy {
the Florida AiM University goals of the Association: ." .
,
Room of the FAMU Student Union Building. Hard fu.
Curriculum Conference the Embassy ,
decline in
of Dr. George U Webster, dean of Despite a slight : 1 f\i\ :' ,,'
Jones right dean of the FAMU school: pharmacy: greets from in ; <
of Qllnols left and Dr. Charles BUsset, dean of membership 441,1(9 \ (tt ?
the college of pharmacy: at the University 19M to 427,434 in 1967. there 1 ; 1.1";
,
_the St. Louis College of Pharmacy.: was no tan-off the Associa: .ta i. d' \'nr!p'.' .,
tion's activity: on behalf of the .I. .-::;.

Coco Cola Lists Fund Negro Named, nation's 20,000,000 Negro ,. \,'
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citisens. Meanwhile total income '
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Attorney For rose from 2,22a,127.27
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For Dental AssociationATLANTA the previous year t.Q -
$2,632.599.14 In 1967.The As.sociattor's $ W ( j jGordDt'
..Establishment of a $1,500 college scholarship Veterans UnitWASffiNGTON predominantly Negro P

for qualified high school: graduates was revealed recently in a -< N PI >- membership continued to
Joint announcement nod by Dr. Frank E. Chownlng president be the principal source of Income -
W. Moore tv has become -
George ,
and Kelvin A.Wall,Market Development
National Dental Association: the first Negro to be accounting for 76.0 percent
for Coca-Cola: USA, a Divison of The Coca-Cola
Manager in of the entire general.
chief attorney p
appointed u
award to be presented to a
the scholarship
Company, sponsor of : the Veterans administration. operating fund.\
selected: student by the National Dental Association. Moore, who Joined the VAIn The NAACP, the report says,
The winning high school senior rated to providing counsel and 1958, after Army service "was no restricted to any

win. receive the scholarship: financial help to deserving during World War D, has been single tactic, to any particular .
grant on the basis of his or her college, hopefuls throughout the assigned to the VA Center. at locale: nor limited to any
college: baud exams, leader' fttlrm, Sioux Falls SJ. .- special: time period.ThiS program U/III
ship qualities and desire to In commenting on Coca-Cola: A native of Madison, Miss., was executed: on a dally
education. USA's participation in the basis In hundred American
parsie a college he received his B.A. from
Student screening assistance: scholarship program with Tougaloo (Miss.) college in cities by thousands of volunteer
for the selection: of a recipient: yatlfipai Dental Association: 1941, and a law doctorate workers assisted I n lest hst
will be provided by the National its member chapters: Wall from DePaul University College some areas, by staff person
Scholarship Service and Fund stated that the purpose of the of law, Chicago: in 194t.He ..1." .GIn.CfNIed III&.or1 o11.lntlMWIIII 176t. {1..at_ + \
for Negro students with headquarters activity: was "to provide needed Rh till bagel IMIIr IIIlntlMd .4rrIIrqN, till Icf. .
VA.ID 19M
the as
la New York City. funds for deserving young an attorney Joined field examiner at S CHARGE ACCOUNT: At It*. nOlun II UL 1NALpsultmstl tflltlf tlM OIN N...._ .t1LUfl; Ll.i "
TBSFNS Is widely recognized: people who could not otherwise await plan. Catholic Digest- I 1
to the Chicago: regional office. .
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Ii Atlanta Life Insurance Company Schedules One-Day: Conferences a I



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YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO TO TOWN TO GET Floridians Honored Jacksonville Workers ito;


Will Meet On ProblemsThe .

LOW PRICESDRUG ---.. ._-- tr first* conference In a series of four one-day mid-year *
planning conference workshops managers of the Atlanta Life 'G'
Insurance Company was launched Monday June 24, at 9.001
STORE NEEDSTrade a.m. in Savannah for managers of the Georgia area. Subsequent '
conferences were held June 28, at Jacksonville Florida for *
Alabama and Florida managers At Columbus Ohio July 1 v

with Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE :1. for the Mid Western and Northern managerial personnel at ''':
LOCAL Houston, Texas July 5-6 for the Atlanta Life District Managers '4
WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR
a of the Texas territory. Saturday July 6, has been set apart as "
Doctors Prescriptions.
PAPERS. We deliver. We also ill all
'
r' Installation Dafto formally Induct the new manager,at Houston,

I P.W.. Prothrow.. Jr._ .
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f H Agency Director of the Atlanta nail; A.W. Payne Cleveland, .,
Dixie Pharmac Life Insurance Company, LJ. S.H. Summers Cleveland; R.J.
: Gram, CLU will direct the overall Randte, Columbus; B.W. Hay- ,
conference program on the wood, Dayton; C.V. Slathers, ;<:
1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE theme-''Managing a District Toledo; Mrs. B.V. Myhand, ..,
II. For Growth and Profit", while Youngstown; R. Jude, Chattanooga -
1 : V each assistant agency director ; Jackson White Jackson; ,
Phoit 3 3.591 r for the territory under his C.L. Armstrong KnoxvUle; E. 11;
I Jurisdiction, will preside at the L. Watson, Memphis; S.C.Far- d
PAY YOUR ,LIGHT WATER AND \> respective territorial conference ley Nashville; J. Snell, Austin; ,?
!P1\: ; P.R. Wllliard, Beaumont; J.A. j,
\ Atlanta Life Home Office StantteM, Dallas; W.L. Klmble,
TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE w.f representatives expected to attend Dallas; D.C. Clements, .;
YJ : t" i the four regional midyear Denlson; M.H. Davidson, Ft M I
managers conferences,accord- worth; O.B. McGregor, Ft. ..|
,
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.. ., J. Ing to Charles W. Greene director worth; P. W. Prothrow Jr., q(

I I II' of Public Relations of Houston; L.W. Garrett, San r
Atlanta Life are N.B.HerodOD Gilford G.R.
l : Antonio; M. r.
president-treasurer; E. M. Flournoy Waco; C.F.,Cooke, tit
Life 1 L 1 i Martin, first vice president- Libbock; H.N.Armstrong,
I Independent I | t secretary; W.H. Smith, second Tyler.
I' Florida AIM University honored five outstanding Floridians was selected florida';oi tIt.aDdJngmall businessman 01 the year; vice president; George W. Lee,
with meritorious achievement awards during commencement Dr. Theodore Hunter of Jacksonville, project chemist with the third rice president; Dr. H.L. NAACP Leader :
I 1 exercises recently. Receding the awards were: Mrs. Ralph American Oil Company in Whiting, Indiana; Athalle Range, Lang medical director; Jesse
S S SI Wimbish of St. Petersburg who received the award for her late business woman and member of the City Commission in Miami; Hill, Jr.,actuary;H.N.Brown,
Cautions All Motorists I II husband, Dr Ralph Wimbish; John T. Vereen of Orlando,, who and Floy Britt of Campbellton, home economist. FLY assistant secretary; E. Lauds RFK At 4::
L.Simon, FLY; general auditor -
I I ; Mrs. J.M. Lowe cashier;
Negro Is First On FAMU Honors Teaches. Charles. Greene director of Commencement ;|

I 1",1; l '\ I 1 public relations; Assistant NEW YORK-R 0 J Wilklns, d'
Agency DIrectors A.E. Christopher .
to Ohio's State Bench Alabama-Florida, D.A. NAACP executive director, >
; !
urged Brooklyn's st. Francis *
I I Douglas, Northern Area; Frank '.'
WILLIAMSBURG Va. -NPI- College graduates last week to
William T. Stone has become H. Hill Georgia; NJC. McMil follow the late Senator Robert "

I 1 ; 1 1 one of the first, If not the first t lan R.U Mid-Western Texas Territory Area. and F. Kennedy's call for young
raps
DRIVE SAFELY i black man to sit on a state District who will people to bring their energies
court bench.A managers and fresh viewpoints to the solo- ';
participate In the planning conference -
graduate of Central State lion 01. urban slum and employment *.>
College Wllberforce Ohio, the workshops are CJ. problems. lj
1 I 1 II attorney has been named as a Greene Birmingham; E. Zelg- Mr. Wilklns said that of all >i
substitute Judge In the ler, Dothan;;J.E. Harris,Hunts- the challenges facing the .- '.
I I YUle; O.B. Purlfoy, Mobile; L. is
Wllllamsburg Munlcpal tad tiny first importance should
On 4th Of JulyWeekend James City County Court. W. Meets, Montgomery; Bollle given to urban problems ranted
I Stone $7. owns a funeral home Payne, Opelika; J. S.Frisk, by "the dynamite of race
I In James City County.Recipientof Daytona Beach, M.V. Young, and color and our long history .{
a law degree from American :7acksoDVlile; A.W. Lovett, of distortion, neglect and cruel ',
| |! University be Is one of three 'Lakeland; J.L. Brown Miami; deprivation.
substitute lower court Judges E.B. Bennett, Orlando; H.L. "Unless we move toward a

\ L" serving the city and the county. Stills Peuacola; S.F. Howell, solution," he added "we risk .'.
.., IIIIIIIIIIlr.urrrIILlIL *.* Tallahassee; CJ.; Jones physical dismemberment as a
Tampa; R.M. Flowers, West nation and moral retrogression
Palm Beach; J.M. Johnson, Albany u a people."
; A.C. Murray Athens; R.

: Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans. Atlanta L. Dobbs; B.B.Atlanta Mares;UE., Augusta English,;' Charles hers :. ,

M.F. ,Jackson, Jr., Columbus;
Frederick McKinley Jones ((1893-1961)) I.... Johnson, Macon; R.M. Holds Appeal *
Dr. Ella Wallace: reading specialist and professor of education Is clasped hands win Dr. Jones Rome; R. Perry Savannah -
George W. Core Jr., president of FAMU and Dr. Robert Maud, chancellor of the State ; C.H. Robinson, Valdosta;
University System of Florida, after the announcement that she had been selected u the R.L. Stevenson, Chicago; T.W. As PoliticianCharles <
a. teacher of the year An award of a.$1,000 check !given to encourage .excellence the Banner Waycross; A,P.Robinson -
classroom. Dr. Wallace was selected! by both the students and faculty of FAMU. ; Chicago; J.O. Jones, Evers is building an
Lexington; A.D. Moore, Louisville effective alliance among Negro

Ball Stale Will .." .. ; L.E. Brent, Detroit; J.F factions In,Mississippi
l r.l Detroit Peter Gibbs and, according to Robert Can-
e i iveJ Hughes, ; ,
: EDUCATIONAL ,ROUNDUP I IBY Kansas City; Dexter Miller,' snarl in Harper's Magazine, ",
Aid Students In Ji Kansas City; N.L. Wright, St. is gaining the respect of the
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Louis. H.J. Breueal, Clncln- white establishment
The Evers appeal to both !I'
King Me menial SCHOLARSHIP operation with the National races in the stated Miss- ;.
j r re.lf ATLANTA (N PI)-A college Newspaper Publishing Association Humphrey Tops isslppi tl him stand out as .

t MUNCIE Ind. Ball State scholarship program to (NNPA). The first a politician with personal an- :
\ r. University has announced the aid qualified high school grad- Scholarship was awarded to the Gallup SurveyFor peal. That is supported by the
r creation of a Martin Luther uates was established recently winning high school senior selected fact that be won a try of S
t M King, Jr, memorial scholar under the sponsorship of the : by NNPA oo the basis the vote against six white
ship program for worthy Negro Coca-Cola Company In co- of his deer) college entrance PresidencyWASHINGTON candidates in a primary trffffl
students who are Interested In examination, leadership qualities out the term of John Bell W1-{ .,
furthering human relations. and the desire to pursue D. C.-The llama, who left Congress to
Three scholarships will be Flowers Named a college career. A total of most recent DalIooa1 opinion become governor of the state. .
ottered for the 1968-69 aca- 70 leading Negro newspapers surveys show Vice President Although Evers did not win,
demic year," said William L. President 01 hold membership In the NNPA. Hubert H. Humphrey winning Cansonerl points to a type of
Jensen, student financial aids the Presidency against either victory; because voters were .
officer," in recognition: of Dr ANOTHER "FIRST" possible Republican nominee forced to take the politician
King's work and the need for Bakers At MeetS CHICAGO -(NPQ- For the A t the same time polling seriously His 43,000 votes

\ human understanding and com- Langdon Flowers, President time IB the history of the local Indicates that either Republican were his as compared with
'0 passion among all men Flowers 5aUn1\ompany., Roman Catholic archdiocese would beat Senator McCarthy. 87,000 garnered by his white *',
"We have had Individual gifts Inc., TomasvilleGeorgiswho and perhaps In the entire opponent
He the and businesses have given operates bakeries addition nation e Nell'o1lubeeDII&med The most recent Gallup survey. The platform of the Miss- I
got refrigeration money for Martin Luther King, Thomasvllle at Atlanta, the principal of Catholic parochial made Just prior to the Uslppian is sensible. He has
Jr. scholarships" said nsea. Opelika; Alabama; Panama school. He Ralph Baker California primary and rechecked developed what be calls work.'t
"We hope to Interest alumni, City; and Jacksonville Florida, 31. who will head the 600- following the fare. He believes that everyone -
industry rolling. clubs and other groups to giveto was recently elected vice- student St.Anslem School the -usauIDaUOD of Senator should work for what he f*
this fund !in order that we chairman of the Board of South* heart of the southslde and from Kennedy showed Humphrey gets and that welfare ought to.
may Increase the scholarships era Bakers Association during which he was a graduate before winning 42 percent of the vote exist only for those unable to 1|
Frederick Jones reached the top racers, he knew shock-proofing. From by at least three each year- the 54th annual Convention of the graduating from Roosevelt Uni to M for Nixon, 14 for Wallace work or those for whom Jobs
1 rank of American inventors the hard the library he knew refrigeration. and more if we have the money" Association held at West End, versify Baker, who Intends to with I percent Undecided are not available
way. An orphan, Fred quit school to Within days, using a gasoline engine Jensen said Ball State's new Grand Bahama Island. Instill race pride In Us Against Rockefeller, Hump Evers against Black Power "*
students Is also only one of brey woo 39 percent ap.1Dstsa and racism of 5
scholarship program for Negro Flowers Is active in civic and any sort He is
support himself. For a while he set up and parts from scrapyards Fred students will range In value church affairs Thomasville, five laymen to become for the Republican 17 per- basically a business man and ?
pins. But his mind was on mechanical built the world's first practical truck from full fees $390 a year to Georgia as was a member of the principals In the 500 Catholic cent for Wallace, and I un- is interested in general pro- I.
problems. refrigerator. His invention revolu 41,000 a year per student. Board of Governors Southern schools In the archdiocese decided. geu
At 16 he landed a job in a garage. tionized the food-transport industry. Scholarships wlU be awardedto Bakers Association at the time The results conform closelyto ..
Within three he was It in needy Negro students who of his election. TWIN "FIRST"ATHENS preferences indicated In the It
foreman played a major role developing
years can qualify for admission to Floyd P. Bost, Bost Bakery, Ga. (NPI)) -An most recent Harris poll,dating -
I his specialty building racing cars. economical frozen-food distribution. Ball State and who "exemplify Inc., Shelby North Carolina Atlanta school teacher and Air from mid-May, which revealed Society Honors
Soon he earned fame on the dirt- Later on,Frederick ones designedthe outstanding cltttenship,leadership was elected Chairman of the Force veteran scored a twin : Humphrey, <41< ; Nixon
track circuit. "Casey" Jones they first portable x-ray machine and capacity understanding, Board. Benson L. Skelton, Atlanta first recently: when he becamethe 37; Wallace, 14, and not sure Great CharactersPHILADELPHIA
called him the daredevil who built the standard refrigerator for all Army and the potential furthering Is President of the As- first Negro to be admitted J, and Humphrey, 40; Rockefeller -
progress towards effective: sociation. The headquarters of to the University of Georgia 37; Wallace,17,and not
racers and set records driving them. field kitchens. In all, he held over 60 human relations. the association are In Atlanta. School of Journalism and into sure, 6. -The American

Simultaneousljones' curiositywas patents. Really amazing for a man The Association was founded ,Sigma Delta Chi, honorary The Harris poll also showed: Commemorative
racing into radio. Showing imme- with a sixth-grade education. You'd In Richmond, Virginia, In 1914 Journalistic fraternity He Is, McCarthy, 39; Nixon,40;Wal Society headed by Negroart1st
George Beach
diate genius, he was hired by a manufacturer have to call him one of our most in- and Is comprised of baker and Harold C. Wardlaw, who was lace. 14; DOt sure. 7, and! McCarthy month-long Charter, has Membership begun
of movie sound genious Americans. Washington Firms allied members in eleven south graduated form Clark College 35; Rockefeller, 38; -
systems. Drive
\ #;/ //1 a series Atlanta with a major Wallace 19, and not sure I. which will end on
eastern states. The Association English
Then day that ----------------- July 20, the date
i came a changed an 1 by which its
and minor In
I Fred's I Old! Taylor\ I II founded the first four, (4) year a Journalism and Illinois Hits At charter membership rolls,. 31
1 industry. employerwas golf Box 4939. Grand Central Station lose On Insurance. Bakery Science and Manage ID secondary: education He Is to be
I, ing with a trucker who was com- I New York. N. Y, 10017 ment School at The Florida a native AUantan. permanently closed
In
plaining. A load of poultry had I Please tend me the handsome sculptured butt I II WASHINGTONNPlMore) State University In 1950. Since Bias Built, On Age opening the Charter Mem'
I of Frederick McKinley Janet shown in this ad. than 100 firms doing businessin BIAS bership Drive, Beach stated i
spoiled because the ice m' 1ted. Whycouldn't It'i 8" tall, made of antique bronze cast Hone this city's riot areas have then many have received degrees PROBES CWCACiO-NPI-A reminder "This Society has been
I It com 8500. hich it what it costs us. Old in this course. GARY. led (NPQ The was issued by the established .
anybody refrigerate a truck? lost their insurance according to pay proper trl- .
I Taylor pay's shipping charges.) About four ((4)) the FBI Is cvrieatly probing Dlinois State Employment
ago
Make check order Old to Albert E. district years butt to the great American
Air-conditioning experts said.refrigerators or money payable to Jordan charges of segregation In
; Ta>'lur. course was phased out at The Gary Security administrator Sam- Negroes who have i
superintendent of insurances made sign-
couldn't withstand the public schools at the
< Florida State University and request uel C. Bernstein last week flcant t
bounces of the roads. But Jones' ( Name .1w. are In for big trouble," established at Kansas State University of the Justice Department'sCivil that discrimination the contributions to our na- !
employer ,I5$1 PST c.,.... he said, unless Congress moves : on lion's heritage, many of whom
said his soundtrack firm would I .Addr I II Manhattan,Kansas and Rights division with the basis of age, is now a violation have been forgotten
<< quickly to establish a National We will :
I I II II continued to be the only four(4) possibility that the Investigationmight of federal laws. The law honor a different
build.the trucker a refrigerator. I City _*i p_ Insurance Development Corporation year course of Its type in the be broaden to gather which went into effect lastJun month, and our person every ,l
Frederick Jones got the job From to aid underwriters evidence for suit eommemoratton -
a
I.------------------ world. Southern Bakers Association against the 12, provides! that employers will be in
the
suffering losses from form t
rioting. o
city's school board. The
helps provide loans agents of 25
or more persons -
sterling silver
His office Is art medals
Old receiving "five and scholarships to qualified are Interviewing a number of in industry interstate
.
to ten of M4'"gnlthtil
complaints cancel-
KENTUCKY STRAIGHT,, BOURBON VkHISKEV.86, PROOFTHEOLD'lAYLORDISTILlERrCOFRANKFORTiLOUISVIU.E.KY. ,,, Jatlons a dJ.Ya". Jordan adds. students education In seeking Bakery Science a higher and connected Gary residents.with the Including school some sys commerce against may workers not discriminate between- that artists.can ThislIs be an art form

*> *. Management tern, It t was reported. the ages of 40 and 65. for centuries expected" to las




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JUNE( 29 1861 STAR PAPERS mt | 3IVour



GoodHealth NAACP's PlansFor 'The Sociables" Get OH To Europe Ethiopian Elevated- 4

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To PositionADDIS
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Big Drive ij '
SUMMER ABAVA (NP )*-' 1 Pennsylvania State University
CAMP alumnus, IJJlgu Demlssie, bas.become the first Ethiopian>> to be ..
It 'yrto. child will be home For Negro Voters elevated to one of six system directorships with the Ethiopian
all summer, fOIl should find Airlines A four-year veteran'of the airlines administrative

something better for him to do PITTSBURGH P W. C. staff, he now becomes system' director-industrial relations
than sit clued to the television Patton Associate, a.Director- and simultaneously becomes the second highest ranking Ethio
set. tt be has friends who will the NAACP's, of pian In airline management; The first Is Lt. Col. Semeret.
nationwide Voter
also be home all summer, the Education Medhane, who Is deputy general manager
Project
will not bw recentlyan-
problem so acute.
nounced plans for the NAACP'ssumm..rlong
Summer school Is often a real
boon to a lonesome child. Another campaign to register :
4 3 ;
100,000 Negro voters in t .
possibility is a to
trip a Pennsylvania."We i
i
grandparent's home or a reel will have a task force
procal visit for a few weeks of, 13 youth council members ;
with a friend or cousin who
.
who will be from '
moving town .1A el""
lives out of town. to 2
town .
stimulating this campaign ""iI d'
For many parents, summer
In various cities," he .
camp Is the Ideal solution. If said. e. .

you plan to send your child to Aslo participating the campaign .1 r.r .
camp, however, you should Investigate 1
launched June 1, will be 's
the health and
safety other members from 32 NAACP
proYlsions of the camp you sel
youth councils and college cam-
ect.Talk puses who will be engaged in a
with the director If
you door-to-door
: canvas of poten
s
a
can or one of the counselors. tial voters I j.
If swimming is one of the featured The "Operation Door Knock" company's
sports, make sure the Instructors campaign will be supervised by
are well qualified and Mrs. Ethel Smiley of Darby as
that life guards are available. NAACP State Youth Advisor.At
Your child will almost surelybe the close of the campaign,
homesick during his first special awards will be made to a crowd
few days from home.When
away the three r:5 ;,
outstanding
youth
...
..
his time is filled up with planned councils based upon their per- -
activities, his homesickness formance. 0'6.0'Jnal''''
win not be so acute; but Patton said that Sunday, June
much will depend on bow fast 16, was designated as Voter f
be is able to make new friends. Registration Empahsls Sunday {
The child who has spent mostof He added that ministers I
his life in the !
company of throughout the sates was askedto '
adults will have a harder time stress the voting campaign

he adjusting is DO to longer the camp the center because of services.on that date in their church' NEW YORK-"The Sociables"have Vat 69 Gold "Globetrotter" Jet. The group has a membership of over 60 businessmen and makes it a party J JoM

adoring attention from parentsand Will Travel On their way to Europe via Pan Am Airlines, their wives. They were greeted at the airport by Vincent
relatives. '" "The Sociables" departed to enjoy a Si-day tour of Portugal,' Cunningham (right) of Peel Richards who bids them"bon voyage"on HI i
Learning to get over his natural Spain, Italy, France and England. They are ready to take off by behalf of the Vat 69 Gold "Globetrotter," the only Scotch
homesickness is an important whisky that "packs as flat as a shirt." Each traveler holds a ..
of "Globetrotter." The group Includes (]left to right), front row: =
part growing and
1
up I PET FOOD LABELS "Our new Mrs. Llnnette Phillips, John Singleton, Mrs. Joy Jackson, Mrs.Mary .
self
becoming -relant. Directors -
of summer have ZRIGHTS \ ,?, amaiman's meal' lailti jutl Godsey, Mrs. Lucille Keiths, Mrs Fanny Pierre,and Mrs Seagram's 7 Crown-The Sure One .
learned not to take camps a camper's C I V I I like snider C.th Wlllette Cralne. Top>> row: Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Jones, Miss KMta Miuut co.m mutt MI$<<(T,M'pass tar KUTW snots'
homesickness seriously, and j olic Digmt-Jum Delphene Richards, Mr. and Mrs. FrItz Johnson, lira Elisabeth
they kDowwa'ltobrlncthech1J4cdoflt. ROUNDUP Adams and Mel Johnson 1

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Many parents arriving at camp I By NE:;:,0: Ptl:t INTERNATiOSAt I .
in answer to a child's urgent ..
letter to take him back home WALKING AGAIN .
"01- Miss" grad< Jams M ",
NEW YORK -(NPT)- rd"J .
have found that the crisis bad the j
stepped out again recently on another "walk" to highlight
passed before they got there, the Negro.Unlike his trek through ,
second-class clUtenshlp given
and the child was having the Mississippi 1966, wbenbe..temporarily hatted) a sniper's GOOD/YEAR .,:
time of his life
young tl-mlle hike
bullet Meredith undertook a simple three-day, ;:
Mayor Names from Harlem, through Manhattan, to Wall Street. Accompanying: ::
him were his wife, Mary June, their three children, his wUe'sauat

Negro Girl To Office Mrs. Marie Jlmmerson, Chicago, and several friends. ,


CHICAGO (N PI) A IG.earold CONCILIATION .
, Westdlder has landed CALIFORNIA, Mo. -(NPQ-A ttree; -member bearing panelfor
a job In the office of Mayor, the Missouri Commission on Human Rights gave parties IDa TAKE YOUR CAR
Richard J. Daley as special public accommodations ease, Involving Twin Lakes fishing '
WHERE THE '
assistant for summer pro- area. 10 days to settle their dispute. Carl Edward Johnson, oa
g amu. one side, charged the fishing club refused him admittance" on EXPERTS AREI
Miss Bertha Williams.who;' racial grounds, but the opponents. said It was for

served 44 QCtncigo's': / galleon i il I .reaacos.e u .. A hid I ". ..1'-'I"'t1 '" T WO
mayor on Junior Officials Day,
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will earn about f 250 a month. IN MEMORY "
Planning to be a sociologist, JACKSON Miss.-(N PI)-A two and a half mile-trek through
she will attend Northern Illinois the city recently was staged by more than 200 demonstrators,
University at DeKalb upon honoring the memory of Medgar W. Evers, civil rights leader ENGINE TUNE D
graduation from high school. who was slain five years ago. Carrying small U.S. flags, the
* Miss Williams is a Junior at marchers wended their way from the NAACP headquarters

Marshall hug School, as well to New Hope Baptist Church.
as state representative to the :
minds Council of Youth and a SUMMER PROTEST i
member of the Inter-Club ALBANY, N.Y. (NPI!) A series of summer protests to .
--
Council. "dramatise local, state and national attention upon discrimination :
She will work part-time until in employment, de facto school segregation and bias In I PRICE BREAK SPECIAII \
the end of school and full-time rental and sales of houses," is being planned for the Albany and owNMClVZI 1
during the su.nmer. Buffalo areas this summer. Spearheading the protests will be !
the Albany and Buffalo NAACP branches, and the NAACP New SPECIAl

Powell Says He Is England regional association. i a

Part Of Youth Move BLACK LEADERS
CHICAGO -(NPI) The local CORE group, under Robert L,
NEW YORK-NPf-Adam Lucas, proposes to Initiate a leadership training program to J I i 1 1 a New! jotter Pen
Clayton Powell may be 60, but "develop leaders in all segments of the city. Lucas, named to 1
be Includes himself in the his fourth consecutive term as local CORE leader, said a 'aluNerm' t perpelalIlnel1129. Regularly $.088 I 1
"youth rebellion." "We're be- workshop phase will be developed with resource persons a 111 .

tween two worlds," be said. assisting, to back the program. Famoui .rbr quilil '. Hnhil j
"One world Is dead that's the : ) it"f
June Only' !
95 \\' Mrr.i l wilhruari m)" 'n. i .
establishment. The other Is $ !' a ;; bUtk dl'U Irtttri and' > '" 1 1S
being born." Powell, who Is = YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY = "f tail) s : hruihrd rhrom ripALLWEATHER ,
campaigning for the Congressional war.,
seat from which he was ByR.B. DonaldsonI fs $ i :
excluded went on to charge, would like to remind all employers who are required to file S
"Every single 'militant leader quarterly returns of wages on Form 941 to be sure to show the w tin T---"
in Harlem has been bought employee's name and social security number on the return J 1.
oft by the War on Poverty and exactly u it is shown on the employee's social security: card. tar/
is on its payroll"Book Failure to follw these instructions may result in the wages not
being credited to the employee's social security account. Since 3Z 3I1WAlignment ry
On Negro Gels the amount of retirement, disability and survivors benefits Yea last Ile bey la lie
payable is based on the amount of wages posted to a worker's pricen

Teacher In Trouble account, it is extremely important that his wages be properly bin mikeg* TuUya Rubber

reported. Yreck tested ra 1N aY.e .t ,.r.rll..r $750'tCo":: : Any U.S, < cyl. auto plus
Because under
ATLANTA (NPI) Many employers report a recently married girl' wages Ice 11.s be.r atety .
ra a ar
she required her 10th her married name when she has not changed her name on Social parts. I cyl. U.s. autos J
grade pupils to purchase and Security Administration's! records. The proper procedure to A win Chtck-front springs, shock Reg $lO. 8. during June
read paperback clples of "A continue to report the employee under her maiden name until she >j ibsorbeetndeeenngwbul S7.77 plus parts Add )2
Patch of Blue," Miss Martha gets a new social security card showing her married name. Do nemblj! align rent end. for air-conditioned cars : I
Keys; teacher at Cross Keys not change your records if the employee merely crosses out her correct somber.cater tot In.
High School in DeKalb County, maiden name on her social security card and writes In her new J
ti I
has incurred the wrath of GOT. name. She should be urged to call at her social security office to 10 Point Auto ; ;
Lester Maddoz. The governor get a new card that will show her original social security: number ef! Check r Here what we do.. "
has demanded that she be fired. and her new name., Safety )

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director for the Blue Rock, and Abe Chayet, the label's.new national.production manager. 3541b'







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Table Tennis f kid Sports ParadeBY .

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Haul Wills, a name with Which to conjure has one philosophy The Eartha White Community NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALPITTS

-doing one's best. Center will hold the second FISHING
Ot course Wills believes that If you dig into the post you are annual summer table tennis,, How often have you decided

simply looking into a darkness. the game. Wills comes throughat tournament Saturday June 29, ,of against report going of flitting muddy because water? SIGNS ,

Now a Pirate Wills is playIng unexpected moments mo- at 6 p.m. The men's singles Its a natural reaction, especially GREEN BAY Wis. -(NP1)-Scatback Elijah Pitts,a seven-
a hard ments that mean the difference and double championship and this time of year when year Green hay Packers veteran signed his 1968 National
many, Wills Iseplacps t between defeat and victory the junior girls and boys single ralnt I whisk lilt down the Football League contract with the world champions. The signing
He has received commendation will Defeatured. rlveri and into lakes Forman Vince Lombardi who did
The Pirates took the opener championships was announced by General Manager
to
from the Pirate Manager Larry against the Dodgers with a Participants sixteen years old t. standstill y fishing comes a not say whether Pitts was given a boost in salary. Pitts was one

Sheppard, who credits the ath- 7-3 score behind the spectacular and under should register in However m a d d y water of the Packers leading! stars last season.
lete with nine victories before'the playing of Steve Blass It the Junior division. Awards will should be no real deterrent

Dodgers came Into the deal. was almost a no-hitter some- be presented the finalists in ..o_:'( '.... _... says the Hading experts at LEARNS IN VICTORYJOHANNESBURG
"Wills has been a big factor," thing the 59-year-old park has all divisions. The tournamentIs ,' ...J Mercury for outboards I change In It tactics simplyas11a South Africa -:- (NPI) Welterweight

said the manager. "He has been never seen. Blass put down the sponsored the Jacksonville J witching to I style of flihlng champion Curtis Cokes of Dallas Texas learned almost as

hitting. He's been getting on first 15 Dodgers and then walk- Department of Recreation.The 4LiJ: that Is particularly hUed to much of a less on In defeating South Africa's Joe Ngidi recently
ease and he's stealing a lot." ed Popovich, leadoff batter In tournament will serve asa y cloudy water conditions as his victim did in suffering the fourth-round technical knockout,
In the sixth with the Remember fish use sense non-title boot. Cokes a
inning the sixth Inning. warmup for the city at the hands of the American In their
Dodgers he put two away for the However though all of this, championships. They will be .. other than sight when feeding Negro got a taste of South Africa's strict government-sanc
:.. so, like fishing at night workon
Pirates getting the first hit of held 1 and 2 at the Jewish 4 his white Dougle Lord,
< the work of Maury Wills is ex- July the Idea that you should tioned racial segregation, as manager
pected. Wills is batting near Center at 7 p.m. offer a bass something he can was prevented from sitting In his corner during the bout.

COMMERCIAL KILL the ..300 and has extended his Among those registered for .- ;hear, smell and taste when you

The annual liiji.game kill on hitting streak to 19 games in the tournament are: Theodore '' ..... ( Ash the murky waters KING GIANTS
U.S. immcrtat! land exceeds the twlnbUl of the other night. Hamilton, Charles Taylor Tony ". 4' .: '.;':" '' : Natural, crawfish baits or such a u gob minnows of NEW YORK (NPI) The New York Yankees foundation

175,000 according: to the Catholic He says he is in top physical King, Johnny Thomas Willie ".." worms will attract feeding fish announced the establishment of an annual human relations
DipeM form- nd he's doing fine J. Settler Sinclair Johnson, ,: : ,a \ \ r. regardless of conditions Tot scholarship in memory of the late civil rights leader, the
Wilbert Brown, Glenn Kleckley, : ': i ;1. : make It even more noticeable Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The award will be made each

Terry Williams Emory Sneed, ; : = attach a cork carved Into a spring to a high school senior demonstrating outstanding leader-
CADILLAC CALAIS $3295 -I Levi Jordan and R. Colemaa. ; ; : .... concave shape about two feet and academic achievement.
66 ship
,
o' -. .::.0 ..: W .'t'.. '!Ie"; !' ''y. ,_.. ,' up from the hook. When this
settee 11 acutvNe. rr{ A.AL {NA.e. r. I cork and bait are cast, a loud"plop"
'
66 CHEVY SUPER SPORT $2195 1WWII ; J .-....:. ,- "P-- ': "td.-;. \.: .- ;.; reverberates through WAGNER TRADED
VACATION :.... .,.... t. .: ... :'- the water. CHICAGO (NPI) The Chicago White Sox, seeking to beef
IT'S .
.f t.
; '
VINYL tod' !(:i. .. .
: lI/nm'ft.a"f A.O:IJ.TlUING. :'.. .o -""" '..... ..,... : ..V) .. ltJ .\:: up their normally anemic hitting recently acquired Leon(DadIJ1
67 PONTIAC CATALINA $2995 TIME. SEE I' J' J Wags) Wagner 34, from the Cleveland Indians, for Ross Snyder

4-01 MTO Lint NFW All CONDITION" CLfCT 0 WINDOWS Co-captain Alfreadlo Redding shows that batting and le derlhlp'lIelp Frailer WantsTo 33, In a cashless straight-player trade. When this season
to lead the Simond Johnson ladles Softball Team near the started, Wagner a slugging outfielder,had a career total of
225 ELECTRA $2095
65 BUICK .
.
0 0 top of the league. Redding Is currently batting .S19. She is the 210 home runs, Including 37 which be blasted In 1962 alone He

OIDSMOBIIE 98 IOOKI NtW All COND. Bur' star defense shortstopper. Her base running has been excellent, fight ClayOr also drove In 107 runs In '62, his best major league season
66 $795 according to Coach John Miles Games are played on Tuesdayand

1 lUXUtYltKAN VINYL tOO*. A Your Thursday at 7 p.m. The league is conducted by the Jacksonville TRAGIC ENDSTOCKTON

66 FORD V8GALAXIE 500AeD.LDAD1995; QUALITY Department of Recreation, Carlton Bryant supervisor. Maybe EllisNEW Calif. -(NPI)-The professional career of end

Bob Smith Photo Ted WatUns of the Hamilton (Ont) Tiger-Cats came to a tragic
I e"*" MTO* TMII CM Lieu NCW OMVV II M MUM Road YORK Joe Frailer: ,
! AI' CO oiTi6N. lOADED world champion beavyweigu in end recently as he was shot to death In an attempted liquor

67 CHEVROLET IMPALA 0 $2595 Ready about five states stopped store holdup. The 27-year-old Chicago-born< Canadian football

xQ.QIQ'rD"k1Yi:M."A: 1T0\ "S: i: 9v .DIO a Car From RADIATOR EWC Mexico's Ramos at the end of. flayer "was shot four times and his brother, once. However
the second round at MadlJoftSquare Jbe brother, Clifford 24, survived.
65 RLYMOUTH FURY III $1595X CLAUDE ACTING UP? Garden Monday night.

," MTOJ IT ntJ: AUTOMATIC.. Wl lTttIN9 MCVOKV W*'" equipped! ..."./ Although the battle was not Russell, Jones, CepedaAnd

66 PONTIAC CATALINA $2195 ,. 4, cny type .( rtpoiit w Sets New the best In sports It did prove

,, IBOOa MW lOAOf WITH IOUI.*'tNT. AlK CONDITION.. NOLAN2nd ..Id.rill. t.,.. that 6-1 Ramos could not equal Owens Are Honored
heavyweight 'Frailer. The
66 CHEVROLET IMPALA vs $1995 RADIATORS andCASTANKS *
referee stopped the fight In BOSTON, Mass Four of the world's most famous Negro
Mi:?uMft :: '8wt.UTU. *''I CDNDITIONCD Mv| & MAIN StudentPlans the second round. According sports heroes have been named to the Sport Advisory Committee

68 RAV\BIER770ALMOSTNEW$2795\ N.. 6 0tH 8shatenhie to those who saw the gloves of the Middle American Sports Foundation Inc.. (MAS).
CADILLAC
,.,"..II.IIII.ra it a kind of free-
flying was
Bill
Russell player-coach of Lltwhller
C.I.N. If a/.A. at
N'N lT baseball coach
XA ITlUING. "*" w" .. ... .. .. ,
y mvHfet&riC" p r* rm* l < *> for-all. The champ was the world-champion Boston State will
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROMWE.TAKE.DEALS w.1 M.IN/N/N.IryM/ MAIN STREET but Michigan University
for a moment
: staggered Celtics
Mt INN whM fMl N.1.a ; K.C. Jones former conduct a series of baseball
l WHERE OTHERS REFUSF for-....*.'.cNmMir aroused to belligerency, ham Celtics' star and now bead clinics December In
... RADIATOR during
CREDIT ON SPOT ww
APPROVED h
r-diA mered away and finally came basketball
i'p" hrl' Mel." 1 612A4 itssv..7i1.111 All students planning to apply coach at Brandels Panama El Salvador Nicaragua :
It 4 I Ii for financial aid for the Fall out on top. University; Orlando Cepeda, Honduras and Costa Rica:
R S. EVANS CADILLAC Spring and summer Sessions of Ramos was a 4-1 underdog ,star of the world-champion St, Preceding them In November

.CeIM*"""wee...N..bar*./wNb.b"**. the 1968-69 school! year at Edward When Frailer dropped In two Louis Cardinals; and Jesse Owens will lead his track andfield

I. ., '3795 ,. ..-. .... g. .-ni' Waters College a r e Ramos booming faltered hooks to and the sagged.body, clinic to the tropics.
t advised to do so by August 20. Cepeda Owens Russell aDd
3rd & MAIN CADILLAC The previous deadlines were That was It. Then Frailer' Jones are Joined on the WAS
... ... .. Ramoscouldn't
showed itself
C'.N..ra M.I I M<..... ;. March 20 and May 1 for Educational ability and Sports Advisory Committee by.!
the blows
\ EL 44381 OPEN TILL 9:30 P.M. EL 4-KW .? *.. Opportunity Grants and meet Dick Williams, manager of the
%$?
.
< was counted out technically.This
National Defense Student Loans Boston Red Sox, Arnold "Red"Averbach
was the lIlt fight for
respectively. The DeW deadline general manager of
CADILLAC BRAND NEW turned In 194
.....M vas N.Id.at. has been set to allow ample time Frailer. He pro the Celtics; and Braill's
'""ole..Alr"...,....... for these students who were not after winning the Olympics. Vicente Feels, coach of the
: 4 ....MI ...... AOI4 s : 1968 VW i sit Frailer said that be wulurprlMd. -
aware Sao
.previousdadllus. Paulo soccer club. '
..
;
"b..A..dN.dy

( ';" Gin & Tonic? -'3195 .: SEDAN may Students contact or Interested the Student persons Loan Frailer this.said be unless may U not livid fight '\ traveling Other staff members who will of be taking the

(I PONTIAC Office for further Information again year part in the teaching clinics
c.......Cw"N._WAb Ellis or Clay. A crew of about
: regarding a loan and pick include Celtics' star
",.. .......,. Alt ....dl.Leal .. : 1768'DIUVUID up 11,000 saw the battle. Frailer Bailey
application forms. Application Howell Jose "Ztto" Ely
.rra/ "A'QebNAN. ,
.roee-A:.. forms may also be secured by received It Is said, about U5, Miranda of the world-famous

'3595 DIUVUID IN |lAX .i. !null 000. 4" Santos soccer club of Braill,

r '. -fun ,,,. ....., .., .,- .: as and Ben Carnevale athletic

H I'VliI director of New York

) T i Lt) tliLt } 'I Sportscast Promises / University
WAS was created following a
O\il..1 O\g to Business In FutureA BILL RUSSELL yar-long study by the United

3&1 -\5"1\ I CailinGriffin- Owens former Olympic track Fruit Company which indicated

: i ) A glance at the field d sports at the athletes, their peat, were appointed to the or that La these countries there 1s

U/ j ; ; base will bear out the old reminder "Coming events casts ganisation's Sports Advisory public enthusiasm for sports

their. shadows before____ IK_.." Committee. Cepeda and Owens as well as an abundance: of
Volkswagen Ii The Big All-America football also were named to the founda natural ability and the desire
game Is scheduled for Atlanta be edged Willie Ways out by tion's clinic traveling staff to excel But la spite of this
I'
D
INCI2SO nine votes for the All-Star while Russell the countries have not done u
sad Jones
have
and be
might a flop. Tuesday
1 teaming. The others of the eight well u they could la amateur,
.: CAST Ith ST. : only about one-fifth of the more starters are WAle UcCovey
professional, or internationalcompetition.
'1 354.9093 a' than 50,000 seats there bad beeD will&old.Iytrtbelel" be. of Saa Francisco first base; .


n.c.L.... ..... some teams.fine Carlton players Dabney on will both be second Tommy and Helms Ron Santo Ctnlctnnatl,Chicago,, president According of WAS to John and chairman M. Fox.

third. of United Fruit Company;"With
there from Margin State
of Aaron caused
The naming
I Claude Humphrey will play from the proper training and
Tennessee All There'll be no a bit surprise encouragement, beginning withfundamentals
I Last week Denver rumor had WAS feels that
bllttlng. it that Al Denson. Broncos All KWle-Lrlcu
i iI the nations
In the field of Chamberlain
might
iI tradedto
AFL flanker be
can raise the level of
it has been said that the Los participation
I }
the Cincinnati Bengals but.
I I aDd performance
Angeles Later have been tryIng -
at that time Deuce claimedto
,
nationally u well u Increase
to make a deal for
Chamberlain star of stars. have no knowledge of same their share of gold medal winners
I Denson according to records,
Late and winning teams Lathe
among rumors was one
earned about $50.000 last year
that .Chamberlain 7 feet and but said he had returned Us Olympics.
la Us kick-off MAS's
i Inches would be changedfor year
new contract unsigned because
I'c4t4Volvos three smaller The clinic sessions will run two
giants
of the o et.QarUI ;.
hours with four sessions
Tall One Is tied up again about winner of the JESSE
Make it Greene OWENS
perfect. his salary. He wants more than scheduled In most cities
dash Jut
100-meter
recent
the $250,000 he got last year. just completed a promotion tour Coaches aDd players from all
week prefers winning to setting of Central
America
His general Jack : and Panama levels of competition, u well
manager records. Greene and Jim Hines in behalf of
MAS. u the general public,have bees
Ramsay, said he Is not entitledto
ire a raise since he did not of the Houston Striders won WAS is a non-profit sports Invited to attend all of the
semi-final raell'lD 99
one organization
originally foundedby clinics
do too well last season.In .
the area of baseball Aaron tenth under the world mark United Fruit Company to The traveling clinicians? will
set In 1960. Ronnie Ray Smith sip further
develop the levelORLANDO teach from lesson manuals
is said
to be having the worst .
also clocked at U.I .
was t"
rear of his career However. prepared especially for WAS
I ItISetigt last an averageof : These manuals have been published
.f
I 'VETERANS NEWS and sufficient copies will
be distributed to every coach

\ 11 years in Sweden. Q-Occasionallylseea law passed by Congress provides and player In attendance to take
Veterans AdmJn15traUoD-re- back aDd use in home town
for a burial allowance
about possessed home advertised for veterans who have been honorably instruction.Fox .
They concluded that "It is the
average a sale. Does a prospective buyer discharged since Jan. 31, :
latent of the Board of Trustees
have to be a veteran to Qualify 1955?

day and half in as a purchaser? Does a person A Not exactly The law to establish WAS as u on-going
a With the not
deal with VA or with a real provides that the Veterans Administration program. support
estate firm? Is there any saving only of the Middle-American
may pay up to$%50
countries but of U.S.businessmen
by dealing directly with VA?
\ our showroom. toward the cost of burial tows z
A In answer to your first sportsmen and

j h. TM bat room far LwyVg k Volvo b It lotto .. question a person need not bea veteran miler conditions who was other discharged than dis foundations. WAS plans to
jr 1 ... Duct how ... dont fuorantoo. sew do know veteran to buy a VA-repos- expand Us programs In the .
.t 95 .1- Volvo. a.AN.d ki tho UnIted honorable If he served during e
coming to includeadditional
!r treo: v. years .
sensed Such
tto yotn oro ate on tho mod.Tho home homes are wartime aler 4 1964
Aug.
or .
,
ExtaA but HMOMI for buylni Volvo now bocouw wo sports and additional
htvo few In bpi And MnCly, w* don t ...poa to ... generally sold through real the "Viet Ham era." For the CEPEDAof clinic
Sea thorn oraund too estate brokers approved by VA.
rams veteran who served after Jan.
Which pontdM obout Votvoo.
Our cuitainon lib to C.t: thoy tort. Wo ". The VA does not reduce its 31, but prior to Aug 5, athletic performance IB
| to toll thom bocouM titer don t. list sale price when It Is approached 19551 Central America and Panama.
1 to
may pay up $150
Extra'
vr3j OPEN ON SUNDAY directly by a prospective lor burial expenses If he was Beginning July 1. WAS will DRIVERS' DEALIf
purchaser. So there is present a series of intensive
1 PM TO 5 PMMERCEDESBENZ receiving compensation for a
,...7.r.wSeagram's no saving to be made by not service-connected disability at sports clinics led by Internationally the 92 million U.S. motorists .
coaches d acre required to their
famous
a
contacting a sales broker. prove
the time of his death if he was
You may obtain a list of approved discharged from service for a players la aoccer. baseball, right to drive through a basic

Extra Dry/the perfect martini gin PETER H. CRECC. INC local sales brokers and disability Incurred In line of basketball, and track in the medical/mental exam, at least

15034 PHILIPS HWY. 359-9321 further Information about VA duty or if he died of service- capital: cities of all the Central 1.6%. or 1.5 million driven,

IUII1 llllllUII COMMIT ..'.C.10 MtOf.IIITIIUI HI all MOM tMUICtl Mill repossessed homes from your connected disability The claim American countries and Pana would lose their licenses, tb*
nearest VA regional office ma. Catholic Digest estimate.
it true that a recent CONTINUED ON PAGE 15 Cepeda together with Danny *

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Members at tilt Middle.JHrIcaDSporta Foundation,lnc.Sports soccer coach; Jess Owens former Olympic track great;Arnold 6
Advisory Committee ptbered around John M. Fox (second from "Red" Auerbach, general manager of the Boston Celtics, :
I right) during a planning session to New York, at which the professional basketball team; Bill Russell, player-coach ci the Y ever reduced to
organisation's series of 64 Intensive sports clinics was an- world-champion: Celtics and KC.Jones formerly with the Boston
nounced. Gathered around Fox, chairman: of United Fruit Celtics and .now basketball coach at Brandeis University ."
Company, (left to right) Vicente: Feola, world-famous Brazilian


Rouse Eliminated Follow Thirty-Ninth Game Will .


In Davidson 'College Final Emanate 'from Astrodome :
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Top>> seeded Jimmy Rouse, Mobile, Alabama, wu eliminated The Thirty-ninth Major League All-Star Baseball Game, the Jr
la the quarter finals of the Southern Juniors and Boys Tennis one-gam Summer classic between the cream of National
Tournament at Davidson College, by Juan Farrow, Lynchburg League players and their American League counterparts, gets
Virginia la the Boys 10 and under age groups, 6-0; 62. Far- prime-time, raln-or-shlne coverage when the NBC Televisionand
row defeated Carlton Harris of Greensboro, 6-0; 6-0. He Radio Networks broadcast the action from Houston's famed
also defeated Jtmmle Welnocker, Mobile, Alabama 6-0; 60. Astrodome at 6 p.m., NYT, Tuesday, July I, The NBC telecast
u the nnais rarrow defeated Ala., 6-0; 6-0. will be In color. i.r i.
Billy Block, Louisville, Kentucky In the under 16 Lynchburg D Red Scboendienst, manager of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrlg, Jimmy t
6-0; 6-0; losing only two and Hugenburger, Wellesly, the world champion St. Louis rOD, Lefty Grove, Joe Cronin
games to win the under 10 National Mass., lost to Horace Reid, Cardinals, will'manage tilt National Lefty Croats, Tony Latterl, +
Championship Atlanta, Ga., 6-2; 61. Mike League All-stars, a Bill Dickey Charley Gehrlnger
Farrow also reacted the UnaU\ Doyle, Lynchburg lost to Hubert squad of 25 t selected for JimmyDylasgal. ,SJrnrooos
II the doubles and finals la the Thomas, Little Rock, Ark., the honor by the league's players -, and Earl AverlU.Th M
under 12 Consolations Farrow 1-': .-1; 6-.. Doyle led 5-1 manigers and coaches.Dlcln National League team was
won three matches before losing in first and 4-1 In third only to Williams, who led his managed by John McGraw and '
a game. lose. Sill Gay, Lynchburg lost Boston Red Sox to the American listed Tony CucclneUo: Gabby
Other players on the Junior to John Garrett, HemUton, Ga., League pennant In 1967.wU Kartnett, Lon Warneke, Carl
Tram: Paul Farrow, Lynchburg 7-5; a.... Paul Farrow lost to % manage the team selected; Hubbell, Lefty O'Doul Hal Sch- :
Va., la the under 14, Carey Browder, Lookout ML, from the 10 ball clubs: In his umacher, Bill Terry, Chuck- ;
beat Jim Souders, Jackson Tenn., 6-1; 62. league. Klein PI. Traynor, Paul
Miss., 9-I h aI3, but lost In the under 11 Dana Nottingham The All-Star classic has been Wiser lo Frank Frisch and
to Church Clonnieeer Shelby Hampton, Lynchburg Va., curled regularly on the NBC Hack Wilson.Th _
N.C.a-3; 7$.Bill Cay,Lynchburg defeated Burke Wilson,Atlanta Television Network sine 1950, National League lea'ds the
Va., defeated William I Ga., 4-1; 6-4 lost to Richard the year the j National Leigue series la victories, 20-17, with
Weatherby Annlston, Ala.,'-I; McKee, Richmond Va., 6.7.5. -.; won in Innings;.-3, and has oat tie, la 1961, called: becauseof SUITS FROM 19.971 SLACKS
6-2, also defeated Andy Russell, David Williams lost to been televised in color sine rain at the end of nine InnIngs -
KnoxTille, Tenn., 6-3; a..., be- Forest Simmons Lookout ML, 1959. NBC Radio has broadcast with the scor*,at 1-1.Rain FROM 6.971' SPORT COATS
for losing to Cray King Mobile Tenn., 10th seeded. '-I; 62. the game every year sine*1957. will not be a factor at the As-
The team moved into Winston- NBC Radio also broadcast the trodome. FROM 13.971NOTE
Salem for the WinstonSalemJunior first game in the series, la Last year, -at Anaheim Stadium
Invitational. Williams 1933 from Chicago, which the the game went IS innings
Aggies Will and Nottingham traveled aloneto American League woo, 4-2. before Tony Peru, of tilt CJncunatl : Small additional chary for 'k _
: R0s. ended It with a
Tennessee to The late Connie Mack managed -
play Chattanooga In the National USLTA In- the AL squad that year and on home run giving the National alterations/ except cuffs on K-prii./ r, v'i 11garments.

Bailie. FAMU terschoUstics Championships. his roster were such names u League its 20th victory, 2-1. Cuffs added frt*. .. \;
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In Tallahassee Notice of Baltimore Draft This Clown a '. ..... .

GREESBOr.ONC.A 10<<- fI-U-.U Reductions on All shodsleever
ball rivalry dating back to 1924 GREENSBORO N.C. oUT baseball star Lloyd Ughtfoot
will be resumed next fall when learned the hard way that be has been drafted by the Baltimore U-54.1 All permanent press
oUT meets South Carolina Stat* Orioles. He read about it In Sporting News nearly two weeks DRESS & SPORT
la an Intersection: came her. after he had been draftee "\ Summer Suits
The two teams, which nave not "I had been contacted by Baltimore degree. SHIRTSreduced
met sine 1960, will open the officials before the "If the club signs me this : Slacks-Sport Coats
Aggies' schedule, In Memorial draft," said Llghtfoot. "They summer," he said, "I will go 9 !
Walk Shorts
Stadium, Sept. 28, it I p.m. Just told me they were inter- with the team to get the ex-
AiTs game with the Bulldogs ested In me. I haven't beard perience. The I hop to comeback 1 .6 Swim Wear-Ties 299 699 .
to college to pick up my
will replace the Aggies;encounter from them since. '"
with Tennessee State It Is The Orioles drafted Llghtfoot degree." 18 71 62 Summer Hats IJj' II
the only change: in the ALT in the 10th round u a short Regularly 3.95 to 8.00
schedule. stop. They indicated that he 32 S9 78
The Aggies have CIAA games would go to Stockton, Calif., Veterans News Sometimes He's Sometimes
scheduled with Johnson C. In the Class A League.A He's Down. H* AddsSubtracts
Smith, Norfolk State, Maryland native of Buffalo, New York, CONTINUED FROM PAGE M Ht works it all around. Large Group of Lightweight t
baseball and
State, WlDato -Sa1em State Llghtfoot was a
Morgan State,VirginlaState and basketball star at Kensington must be filed with VA within 68 81 SC
School.He two of the uter uta
North Carolina College. High years
IB their only other non-cooler-: was a sparkplug for the burial or cremation. COMING ATTRACTIONS SUMMER SLACKS
ease game, the Aggies will face Aggies the past four seasons. Q I understand that under jI 95 1
to. g b Florida AIM la Last summer,Ughtfoot becamethe the VA vocational rehabilitation 61 m 61 e All Sires A Colors
Tallahassee on November 9. first Negro to participate training program a single
Guilding AT for the first Urn 4n the Shenandoah Valley Lea- veteran receives $110 month MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED e Mostly Prmantnt-Prt 11II 1 REGULARLY
next season will be head coach gue, eomposedmostyeicollege subsistence payments plus TO 8.95 .
Hornsby Howell. who was elected stars. service connected disability e Reg'
to th* post last March. He led the league in home- compensation. However, under
The JUT Schedule follows: runs and was named its 'Most the Post-Korean 04. Bill, h* "Man's Days are Numbered."
Sept. -South Carolina State, Valuable Player. He was described can be paid $130 a month educational Health and Fortune Can Be
1.00 p.m., Greensboro, N.C:; by a sportswriter at that allowance u a VietNam Yours When You Know Your
Oct. -Johnson C.Smith 6.00 time u "displaying great range veteran without dependents Lucky Days.
p.m., Charlotte, N.C.; Oct I.- In the field and having a baiooka and still draw disability com-
Norfolk State, 1:00 p.m., for an arm." pensation. Why thedlflereoce? I
Greensboro, N.C.; Oct. 19 "I think that I can make the A-Th*difference,of course Lucky Colors, etc.
Maryland State, ZOO p.m., big leagues," said Llghtfoot, Is that under the VA vocationalrehabilitation Send $Z.OO for your
Princess> Anne, Md.; Oct. 26- who is 6-% and weighs 180. training Horoscope Guide for
Winston-Salem State,2.00 p.m., "I want to work on my speed." program, the veteran's tuition, Sorry, Charge I i
Wlnston-Salem, N.C.; Nov. 2- Ughtfoot is now enrolled la fees and other schools costs: JULY '
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1:30 p.m., Greensboro N.C.; to complete the few credits be to the $110 a month subsistence maD to ZODIAC, Post Office sways on i :
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Nor. 9 Florida : disability Ya
Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. price i
Fla. Nov. pensation. Under the 04. Bill,
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16 Virginia Stat, 1.30 p.m., DIFFERENCE between an itch the veteran must pay tuition NAME garmtntf .
Nov. 26 fees and other costs out of the 10 N. LAURA smrr CIDAR HILLS SHOPPING RICtNCY SQUARE
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FOR RENT SOLID STATE STEREO Mrs. Mable Hampton's Gretel and Genie School
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m BRAND NEW Apartments Furnished or Un- glDIO COMBINATION, Mul Funeral AnnouncedMrs.
furnished. 1 bedroom $15.00 &I ti-speed RICK HOMES 17.50: wk. Phone 3871201. era, auto., turn off., almostnew. Mable Hampton will be
Pay balance of $63. or unerallzed Saturday at Grant
,i 4L $8. per month. Phone 353-1946, Memorial AME Church, Clay
If FOR MENAND WOMEN ask for Credit Manager. Will and Orange Streets. The president -
deliver without obligation. A 1 Sun
ot the Light
OF ALL AGES Mus'c Center., 1606 Main St. Pallbearers Charitable Society,
II.I. Take New IMPROVED NATURE No. 58, Mrs. Florence Wilcox,' Imo''
TABLETS for that tired run WOMEN SEWERS is asking all members to assemble r .t
I down feeling that keeps you from at the church, at 12:45
3 & 4 bedroom" plans with 1, i'Vt, enjoying life. WANTED p.m., in full uniforms.Expressions.
2 baths and garage 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets Work at home doing simple
( P* Modern schools, churches and a complete $5.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. sewing. We supply materials
r shopping center close by. EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES and pay shipping both ways.
Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway Good rate of pay. Piece work, it rFuTU
LINCOLN ESTATES Chicago, Illinois 60626 Write Dept. 2W3, Jamster Industries Of GratitudeIt

Inc., 100 Ashman,
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Zip Is with sincere Apprecla-
ISABELLA OF PARIS 49783. don and Gratefulness, that
we the Family of the late
That's Mel 1 have the Amazing Clifford Maurice Bush, give
superior tonic tablets, pep SEWING MACHINE$$43 our everlasting thanks and
JACKSONVILLE SHIPYARDS for all the things you want to ZIG ZAG.Makes designs,sews appreciation to Professor
do. Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction on buttons, makes button holes, Charles Brooks,Principal of +
guaranteed or Money Back., etc. Pay balance $43. at .$8. the New Stanton Senior High !
For Men and Women. per month.Phone 3531946 any School and the Omega Juniors
Immediately RequiresARC time. Will show at your home, Robert Crawford President -
P.O. Box 230, Dept.S., no obligation A-l Sewing Machine I Officers and Members
Gary, Indiana Co. 1606 Main Street. for the erecting of aB.l.atlfaLLlfelou r

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WELDERS SHIPFITTERSOUTSIDE Monument, in a beautiful
WHY BUY SOMEONE MOTEL Window Structure of the New _I T Ii

COMMERCIAL Stanton Senior High School, .,r..rt>l0L.
INSIDEMACHINISTS ELSE'SROUSE 12 rooms, Private bath $4.85! In memory of their late Club
FOR THEM? 18 rooms, SemiprivateS3.81 Brother, and our beloved son
MACHINISTS DAY TIME 43.49 and Brother Clifford M.
NOW BUY YOUR OWN Weekly Rate (plus tax,) Bush.
SPRAY SHEET METAL EDGEWO 00 MOTOR COO IT May God ever Bless you and t
PAINTERS MECHANICSPIPEFITTEAS IN THE EXCLUSIVE INTEGRATED may your Life's Journey,be ........-'
long and Beautiful for each of.
BEAUTIFUL 5911 U.S. L Cor. Edgewood Ave the Omega Juniors and New
1 CARPENTERS Phone: '764-0003- Always OpenCIRCULATION Stanton's Dynamic Prlnic-

CARVER PINES I pat
Mrs. Emma Bush Johnson

RIGGERS BOILERMAKERSAPPLY Man to work part-time. Able and Family.

$13,000 to work all day Friday.Driver'
License. Good references. lOTS FOR SALE
10 REPORTERTrainee.
Call 354-8040.

MAIN YARD 664 L
BAY ST. $18,000FHA Must be good in

,o OR VAVULCAN English. Apply: RAPID

SOUTHSIDE DIY. FT. OF HENDRICKS AVIAn FLORIDA STAR TV SERVICETV r

INC. 13TH I MONCRIEFNO
.l Service calls $3.00
lqu Opportunity Employer TEL 768-3419 Financing Available ,'

PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Phone: 353-8834
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l' "The eighteenth dance r.dtal'ci tte Cretel and Grill Dancing School wu'held rei fay at
) t Winchester Cathedral. la the top picture Mrs. Ruth Parker, lira: Prlscllla Jones, Mrs. Emu-
.. \'; 'i.c :" '1I tine Coat, Mrs. Emma Klhtover and Mrs. Louis D. Gibson are shown presenting a record
r 1"i' il i\ )\, player to the school. The center picture shows Audrey Lynne Gibson Muriel Houston and SherteHlghtower
, ". I. receiving a W.00 bond from Mrs. Gibson. The lower picture shows members of the
I, ,,',1.' ..1"L dance school executing steps reminiscent of the Scottish highlands. Photo By A. Paul rawtol'4.DEHTIST'S .
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\t' Gt t. "c;. I. DIARY" Written by Lag In Vietnam.
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01-t.t.4'O" hphpral Meter DAVID PARKS, Published by The book Is a frank and personal
end eir-cootrd drill
\i rrtulvr<< HARPER l> ROW, NEW YORK record of young Parks'
.' .\"\.'.4"g 300.000 limN a minute, the 133 pp., $4.95.Reports hope and tear,. He discusseshis
Cethulic .
O \ t Iitrt finil of the war In Vietnam reactions to the experience
: o reaches the black communities of killing and the thought of being
U .S.D.A. '\ from many different killed and his frustrations over
I NEWS DEADLINE and widely vsryingsources.The army life and attitudes.

CHOICE53c Thursday, July 4, Is a National government cites examples: of Many of these frustrations
Vj Holiday. All news for black heroism and presents grow out of the tact that be Is
y4 the FLORIDA STAR must medals of honor posthumously a Negro from a relatively sheltered
\ NO MONEY reach the office not later than In exchange for the lives of and affluent background;
our slain young men. and is unprepared for aa embittered
I DOWN U.S. INSPECTED IUF C r1I1tJt, Monday will evening be no, change July I, In 1968.There the. Magazines report that the by the prejudice be encounters -
brands of black and and
\ officers
36 'R;' \ courage from
,r4 ct N DATS SAME ASCASietiMO. HALVES ..,. .,.".;:., '') publication schedule. Thank and You!delivery leadership displayed in the war 0.1...
s4n .: HAT .. .. A' means a new dimension to the Parks' story has the objective)
L civil rights fight when black of telling what it Is like for
LOW UUS GUARANTEE soldiers come home. Black him. But most blacks have the

% U.S.D.A.CHOICE C Aes..aq.tew. NOW 2 H newsmen have cited examples same or similar experiences.
.ewnA.w -
; BEEF .46 of discrimination and overt What be achieves In frankness
racism among the U.S. fightingmen and honesty he loses In oversimplifying
HALVES WATERFRONT HOMES and In the attitudes of the It. Vietnam, the
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Vietnamese people towards war, and their Influences on
black soldiers. black soldiers deserve some
WALL TO WALLCARPETING The credibility gap in communications greater consideration.

\ has been so great, Aa example of Parks'approach
GIGANTIC TRIPLE BONUS any report has to be taken with ,Is u follows:
S\3 :
$, some suspicion.In -March t, 1967.I'm
is lk Fryers 50 Perk Chips t "G. I. Diary" David Parks, not sure the native people an
Q\o' BONUS eSlks.R.e.weh'1hi son of famed photographer- with us. They smile at us lathe
I '' $85.00 MONTH writer, Gordon Parks, tells daytime and their sons shoot at
Perchise 37$ Lhe. w mae
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what.it'l like to be a young/: us at night It is hard to spot
black man In the U.s. Army,, the real enemy. The VC's uniform .
lt; U.S. INSPECTED fHAVAVULCAN, in the United States,and fight-> Is black pajamas.

4 TENDER DELICIOUS

IREAKFAST IACON FOR RENT Negro WOMOR

FORK CHOPS g 1 1968 W. 45th St., 3 ru. apt,
CUT
t'r CENTER
; $46.80 mo. Is New Yor.TIlde .
HIND QUARTERS
'MOUD CURED HAM
i lak 19C INC. 3 rm. house. 1832 Poohres Rd. !
TRADE 111uu", $44.72 per mo. 4 rm. apt., 317, Queen
CONSISTS OF. TdOMEOATEAMOUSG SIRLOIN, LIMIT 10 LIS. Dellwood Ave., $44.72 per mOo
; .Rll ETE CLUI STEAKS IND. BEEF, ETC & 4 t 5 rm. apt*. 1416 Wlndle NEW YORK
768-3479 (NPQ A
St 4, 5, l> C rm boIIs.IRumu -
Ct. Clean good locations, young, pert black woman has


1:7:1:: : !1 CUSTOM FREE CUTTING AND fk%$ *: ;' mod. facilities. 7654638. been World 19 Tall, ,named was vivacious Trade u thus this Brenda city's given 1IaIII Mfts the,,


$1350 WRAPPING ON ALL opportunity to represent Mew
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'o ORDERS While you wait ; BUD aHOME i5grn York during World Trade Week.
1.ad..tr.w'Ld1"a/.wr..1 WA Her title also carried with it
LDSS TOTAL l.w.MLar.eA.lrw.b tIA.W.y1h b 'T'ODAY MAKE.THE MOVE a new wardrobe u well as a
j a PAIGE I.Y.w..d.w wa be wt r yws..". .:' variety of gifts from foreign
I' c GIr.WE16F1T MJ /r.w A./.wt .e.d.nw.WAk1 rw .wtlh, k; Ar+, 1.,;; SOLD TO FINER LIVING counsulates headquartered In

ALL NICK! New York
tQ ,. Eao 2ao LEIS A resident of Brooklyn, she
t'' ... won on the basis of her "out
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ACCOUNT
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PH NASlAY j j AN APfOINTMINTQUAUTfRlNG ti She attends York night Community classes siNew
Owtelon City
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working as a secretary: la the
I ONE : 3546746GRANDPARK International department of P.
forward Corporation during
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Her goal is a degree laphy-:
10 AM. TO t PM SA1URDAY c) AM 11 PM UOStD ',UNOAY sisal educstioandabighschool
teaching career.
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