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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 20, 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:
UF00028362:00774

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Florida star and news

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 20, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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BUTLER HI PRINCIPAL _& 'July IS, according to Louis ),

the Martin, Democratic Deputy Chairman National of

Committee political development -
on the part of the Negro,
: a phenomenal step up in re*
CLEARED OF CHARGESEvidence glstering and voting, the In.
creased Impact of the 196S

Uh Voting Rights Act, and,apparently
the removal of other bar-
... .. **** 'rlers hindering the Negro la
many areas, more than 250 Negro
Does Office CleanersTo Candidates For ., delegates from 17 states
are sure to participate la the
Not Prove Any GJEO lour 1961 National, Inclusive d the
District of Columbia
Get SCLC Thus tar, 221 Negroes: 1J9
Of Allegations Aid Piss 100 Mwki Delegates and 89 Alternates,
nave beea reported. Michigan
George B. Nairn, mill Tues The POOR FOLKS ELECTION, leads with 26 Negroes: 19 Delegates .
day suspended from his position In DemonstrationsA scheduled by the Greater Jacksonville and seven Alternates
u principal of Butler'Higb Economic Opportunity West Virginia leads,opposed-,
School, has been relieved came headquarters, (ttlOceaaStreet. with one Delegate and BO Al*.
burden of sucpenalao, Superintendent spokesman for the Retmf-Wholeale Department Store Union, will InsplrlnghelghUSat ternate u of this date.
Ich Snot announced. Local 889, which Is representing a group of building service irday, July 27, and seems destined Alfonso> E In the eleven states of the Old
following the recommendation workers told the FLORIDA STAR this .week that pickets will to straighten out the dlfiDcittieS Director of. Scott until Tuesday director ot t GJEO food distribution, u sow Acting Deputy"1 Confederacy 71 Negroes have
School Board Attorney KUlot be thrown around downtown buildings, laying city Ball, experienced recently of the United the organlaatloa. The appointment was announced by Robert Clampltt, president beea listed II Delegates and
Adams. some time next reek. U their demands for Increased.... because of faulty and Question* out GJEO States Research and Development of New York, who was called In! to straighten 40 Alternates.
Nairn, whose somewhat ana and better working conditions are not poet consideration by ably operations at the local at 417 Ocean difficulties. Scott Is shown above receiving felicitations from Clampltt at the office Martla, from his Washington
Street.
mary. ntptnalon cam U a the weekend.Ersklne GJEO. Hawkins Scott replaces Virgil Hawkins, resigned reportedly u of last Friday office, said, '.W, are going
distinct surprise to educators Hepburn,Jacksonville there are II supervisors over The Poor Folks win have their' will was serving under the old board which was dissolved. The election d tomorrow to have the largest delegation!
result
and eltttens alike, Immediately organiser for the RWTSOalso the X7S workers. The Negro say through the old-pskioued tor SeotU la the esabuelmemt of a new governing baud. No salary has bet announced d Negroes from the South that
protested at* suspension and made tt ban that the picketing supervisors 41 la llllabtran ballot system u to who shall Brown Gordoa Bunch, former director received $11,500. Scott 1s a graduate of Morris has. over participated la a national
contended that he was DOt guilty around local baldlngs win besupported so-caned"working super represent them Insofar u this Is a graduate, where of be was assistant football toad Be also played football at Stantoa High and convention of a major'
of misconduct and that be fol by members of the ttaon.reu the white sup Anti-Poverty, aIllIoD-d 0 11 If. a ... Edward Waters College. He Is married and the father of two daughters and party since Reconstruction.
lowed to the letter Instructions Southern Chrlstlaa Leadership Irvisors- eight U number- e t enterprise 1s COB. lM.ut Photo Farther, the Increased registration
received after cents tfifficul- Conference CXLC) founded by function as supervisors, U the avert. u a result of the 1865Voting
ties Ii record keeping had.boa the late Dr.Uartia Lather King, true sense of the wadA According. to the Public Infor-' Nitre TNckrs Rights Act, will enable -
, made Jr.,. Wednesday he said Dr., mass meeting was ..141a&t nation Office of'GJEO, hoc. Akron Southern Negroes to playa
:.. .''DIe. tbtd t1 Eduesttas 71an..., Fred ,C. Bennek NationalyetleJ Sunday night at Grant Memorial directed by Mrs. Florence j'" Newark significant role la the 1961election.
.- ., .. : :Cbtrel8 tar waPnrfae III ; 'J. 1 I.'Pftl. ."
ID1I .....-'" 'or- ;:-Jab :.1morvthaa 100 had .. t '. "
nendatloB u information only the SCLC,telegraphed him for acquainting Negro chaos .WSda.De seated credentials tot electioa MartI continued, "The COB
and Toted to adjourn a report oa the progress of tilt issues 1 oJM." ,Hepburn to the II vacancies oa the large I suy: Offlc II "Cleveland l jtructive work of the Special
Principal NaJra was suspended' labor said that with the aid SCLC governing board Wednesday. Get Cojua! Rights Committee d the
oa July 9 because of u alleged ''The,, diii Is befveeaJulrotlal strategists the drive tor better i iSarurday UtMttli day. TALLAHASSEE -'A pr slim.hoary ,. Democratic National Committee -'
deficit which was brought to personnel the Royal working conditions wfil evolve Mobile polling places, making report on Florida Education which. headed by
light by BUteh, Outside and Services, lac., which has con Into delDOll.ltrat1oll lad bo7eot. possible u ''election oawheels" Association survey reveals Riot Governor Richard Hughes of
Turk auditors. Tat audit tracts for cleaning local build ting of local firms which occupy tor all those who..... that racial discrimination AttentionThree New Jersey, has made a dramatic .
bowed cash OB band U the Ings amtaside Florida buildings serviced by Royal anxious to vote, will travel aDorer is being practiced against Negro Impact upon the Demo-
amount d 1,129 and accounts National Bank American Bert* Services, Inc. the city, stopping at In* teachers la the State of Florida. of the larger American soldiers were deployed to the crate regardless to color have.
& .,same ". age Independent Life, City tervals so that residents ear u RA oIDdaIl&1I.flnert cities .Aaron, a.,1ud sad city. Another 400 came .to Sun the opportunity pmrtletpUIn
At the meeting of BUS Ball, City Library Blue Cross, **** ** vote. 1s BO question that Newark continue la the lime day. .Adjutant GeneralSyivester party activity at all levels.
pension board member Mar. Jacob Building Prudential: / The According to Mrs.Jones,GJEO the phasing out of some Negro light from the staatolat' of T. Del Corse said the conditionwas According to Martin there
tines Baker toot time oat to T1JDu-!IJOD and Universal- CaNdid I ,e workers will lend all assistance positions has occurred," said racial disturbances, one being "deteriorating." However, were only 21.500 Negroes registered :
score the edicstor for the Marlon. toward getting voter to the mo FEA E rncntlvsCoastae Secretary PhD a little cooler than the other two. continued attention was paid toward la Mississippi la 1964.
deplorable condition of the The workers complain that Bob Smith, owner of the bile polls. This activity 1I"rtlltcllrectlclldtbeUAlttdSta1el Cons tana. la Newark the Director of the possibility of the ''Today, there are 264,00. b the
school. Baker also insisted oa they are paid 11.60 per hour and Fashion Studios, Is one of the. mM the TEA had Police Dominick A Span brew spreading of the situation ,South U a whole there were
Main's saspeasloa, pre are required to accomplish laIS more than 100 candidates Resewrca Development Cor* beta working closely with officials ly escaped Injury when shotgun .. X1M.ZOO Negroes registered
befeltrytbi rt'f' fM fM hours a voluma of work that aspiring to victory for member* poratioa of New York a con from the UJB. Office of btu was fired through the *'* :'in 1964. Today the figure stands
map u guilty would occupy IS hours per week, ship oa the important GJEO suiting firm Education oa the survey and that living room window of his home.Re ''at 1071000. More than 100
of misconduct la office, Incoapetence laboring at a normal speed. Council one which will guide straighten out the e nangfemea It was "highly possible1 that was watching television Colonel Ellis Negroes, Southera Democrats,
and negligence. They are denied, according to the destinies of that or&U1p..tIOD" which was threatening the federal funds could be lost to Others la the family were lathe have been chosen for state,
Superintendent Bnar AId BO Hepburn, any of nine paid holidays Anti-Poverty Program.' making of further allocation at the state whea the results are .bolDt DivisoR Listed county and local offices.
shortage of funds bad been any vacation and are also The election will be held Jut-. one time by the Federal Govern known.Constans. According to Splna.the attack Other names will doubtlessbe
found. Be said there was BO required to furnish their ova 17, Saturday, from 7 a.m. to ment. did not go into details ers appeared to be Negroes, In added to this impressivelist.
evidence d attempt at personal uniforms. Another compliant Is 7 p... by means of mobile rTbe huge scheme Is destined of the report, which be a late-model car Police resorted For Promotion At the moment, those! from
gala and pointed to the improve that workers are denied a coffee voting places and with the utlsanee to get Poor Folks' certified and said .had Just, beta analysed that a car stopped at .deep South sates Delegatesand
meat la the keeping of account break or rest period. d local basinessmea qualified representatives sow through a computer but said the officer's home. One man, Colonel Frederick Ellis Davl- Alternates are, u listed
lug procedures.Supertateadeat. A charge aidfurimlmationku. and the League of WomeaVoters. governing committee. The Corporation copies would be released ..uha jumped out. IInn tribe a blast son has beta nominated for the by the Martla release: I
Braat bat leveled at Royal Services, The office of GJEO >ir hu chases this meant '! two weeks.Mfcml. back car and sppeed'way. rank of Brigadier General by Alabama Attorney Arthur D.
said. "Mr. Nero had the usual' Inc., by workers who claim located at 427 Oceas: Jackson Fifteen or more cars will be President Johnson. When his Shores Joe A. L. Reed-Al
difficulties experleaeed by' Thu.l provided by local businessmen. Splna, .tt Is to remembered anmlnatloa Is amoved by the ternates:_Robert L. Strickland,
other principals la opening a Highest Scorers The League of Womea Voters 'was IB charge of me ",wart Senate the nominee will become Rernest Brooks, Re,. wuiiam
sew nigh school. The receipts' win supervise and help count Givei polic of last summer -lye the first Negro General In the Branch, Rufus Lewis,LeroyAr--
from school accounts were lasafflclent l the ballots. riot, following which 28 United States Army since the CPerkinsMrs. Mrs. &N
to keep the obligations-\ Voting will take place between left dead. He has bees many retirement d Brigadier Simon
Incurred oa a current basis.! T .... and 7 p.m. Successful $(.,13' Fer times criticised for his actions, General Benjamin O. Diva Boyd Sr., Robert 1.. Smith-
According to Attorney Adams.- candidates: will be sworn I a to however, be was then credit Sr., la 1MI. Colonel Davlson Alternate Charles Hadky.
Principal Nunn acknowledged 45-member GJEO board by for cooperating with civil rights Georgia: Mrs. Mamie Reese,
MJ effort In making pfT 'ftf Mayor Hans Tinier on July Manpower Use leaders following the assiaslnation -; I Senator Leroy Johnson, State
in excess of 11.000 without II. Ca.Dd1d&ttImtt la the headquarters of Dr.. Marts' Representative R. A. Dent-
board approval. IL.Oweveq. this Tuesday for testimonials William U. Norwood regional Luther King Jr. He made.. Alternates: State Represent-'
was done la the face: of great and for pictures. manpower administrator for the famous in the area the phrases. 'stive Btu Alexander William
seeds of uniforms for the. Old-fashioned voting will fur OJ. Department of Labor said. "Cool ft." Splna said that the' s Randall Senator hiatus Ward.
ithieticdepartmud. ther be accentuated by the appearance : that US. Secretary of jabs Hughes' report oa Civil Dlst. Tennessee: Delegates: Robert
Attorney Adams wrote "It d costumed bands, Wlllard Warts recently orders put the Newark police oa 0. Ulllard, Rev. E. W. Williams
does not appear that Mr. Nalra sign-carrying workers and by announced approval of the allocation the spot. Francis F. Mitchell
nor anyone else Is the school floats. The weather will be d M,1M In Federal Confusion broke out la Cleveland Elmer Gibson Madison Smith, .
profited from the unauthorisedpurchases. .1. hot-the election hot I At the lands for a Manpower Development Tuesday.Reports were that John L. Driver, J. Emmett
.*' Brut also said Wednesday meeting each candi and Training Act (MDTA- snipers charged police. on the Ballard. Alternates: Mrs.
that Wire could not be held date, limited to a campaign ex. project for Dade County As- East Side. Looting and firebombing -, Marie M. Penn,Charles F.Williams .
responsible for school deterioration. pease of '5.00. was given 400 soclatloa for Retarded took a toll property. Mrs. Beatrice Under
V&JIda11I.1Irupou1- personal campaign flyers, Children, Miami for training Four persons were killed. wood, Mrs. Lois E. Jordan
his for IOIIedtbtcll.marealaO, boosters for Us chance at vie .purposes. Three were policemen. Morsi A. W. Willis Texas:Delegates:
added the superintendent. tory. The Miami association will than II were Injured.Many were M. J. Anderson. T. D. Armstrong .
Principal Win has bees recommended This election is the last ci the train 60 unemployed and underemployed wounded, mostly officers. A. H. Forbes, Forrest:
for reinstatement. directives: from the Atlanta Re .workers up to According to reports group Colonel Ell!. T. Henry, State Senator Bar-
Time oa suspension will becharged pmt Office of GJEO. SI weeks u meat cutters, of Negroes charged: the police, ,Ian lordaL-Altuut.:
to accumulated annual 4- The Leaner of the League of pers,'and handlers. wrap then retreated into u apart is currently Deputy Command ,Vitae Bellinger. Noah Crater
'-". 1 Women Voters will ask each On-the-job training under;' rest building chanting "We'll "Officer of the 199th Infantry 'Curtis Graves, Marvin C.Griffin -
f prospective voter for Identification IOTA Is arranged by the Manpower shoot anything wt e." The Brigade in Vietnam. Colonel 'Isaiah' Norsworthy Joe,
First NgreIrspcter : his address, age odes Administration U.S Department epidemic of confusion spread Devises is a Howardlte and Scott, ,:)1. Wright West Vii?
date of birth. A check will bemade of Labor la eoqJtri.tIOD other areas. Cars were over holds a master's degree la 'glala: Delegate: Virgil Mat-
( to find whether the voter with the State Employment turned. Cars were set afire.Tws chemistry and soology. He also .thews.
all.s.Cia. to a his dirstrlct Each voter Service. The on-the-Job policemen were forced to holds a master's. la interna South Carolina:' Delegates:
ATLANTA, The State Private James. Crelghtoi and Private Larry U. Bradsbaw,. must sign his card. The voter training Is gives by private* remain under a car for 80.minutes tional affairs from George George Holman, Rev. A. W.Holman .
Department of both of Jacksonville are shown holding Army plaques for scoring will be Instructed u to bow to 'Industry with the Federal Government before they were rescued. Washington and is a graduate Rev. C J. Whltaker
Cosmetology -
accepted the bred ltbsufc coal trtldageompanlesmwpbyslal eombet vote and win place his bulletin for Akron, Ohio another atrife- d the Army's Infantry. School E. Flnnery Alex AUord.tenate. .- e
reslglBatloa of proficiency test. Private Crelghton is relmburslBf! stricken Ft. Bennlng, Ga.. the Rev.. J. 8. I
Mrs. Eula II. Seals with a graduate of William If. the box. Instructor fees and Inrtrucypnal -' city was fairly quiet Army : Bunter
regret. As reported to the deep Raines Senior High School class of 1967, Mr. sad Mrs Howard As a matter of caution, aUfimpslgnlng materials only. The trainees after six days of guard duty. Command aad General Staff Richard Fields, Dr. W. F. Gibson
World by Mrs. Seals Daily Mrs. Creighton parents, live at tM4 Snow Drop Court Jacksonville.' can: be done only receive wages, paid by the employer KO decision had been made College, Ft. Leavenworta'andof Walter Frailer.
Private Bradshaw is a graduate of New Staatoa class 100 earlier la the the Army War College" la Delegates-:
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Seals decision for High of feet or more away from the during the period dNorwood week u to their Mississippi;
resigning 1967. James Bradshaw, his father, lives si 1ST Ith Street removal. A Carlisle Pa. He entered the
..stated u lack Ills mobile voting place. At the end tra1a1I c. I p.m. curfew Is Charles Ems, Dr. Gilbert
dco-cpra- mother, Mrs. Anna Bell Bradshaw lives 1% said to have. Army in 1939, Is SO, and has '
tton from shop at $1 McMUUaa of the election day the ballots said nearly aU dulled the activl masse Dr. Matthew Page.
owners oa*
operators, and la the words and of Street. Private Creigbtoa will continue with advanced Individual win be transported to the bead- the-Job trusses continue to ties d the rioters. held assignments la Asia,' .No listings were sent from
Mrs. training at Fort McCUBaa, Ala. Private Bradshaw has ban la sealed boxes and work for the Trouble came la .Akron last Europe and America. LoaI.I1JU'J.D411 ether states.I .-
Seals.
-employer
"Being threatened assigned to. Fort Gordon r.., for further .. Queers who week whea .
and molested training.Department trained tilt... Negroes w r
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PAGE 2' STAR PAPERS SATURDAY, MY 27. .1368
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I Mobile YotiRi Places For Election Columbia U. Violet Social Club Urban League


Saturday, July 27 Rlrerside. 7-9 a.m., Spruceand Excels WithFellow.shlps NotesRE
AtlanticBeach
District It Mayport,
Dora; 12-1:30: Jackson and
Neptune Beach, Jacksonville Magnolia; 5-6, Edgewood and
Beach, Eastport, New Park. PROJECT ASSET/
Berlin, Fort George, Plsonia, District 9: Lower West Side ACTION-
Duval and Oceanway. Permanent and Blodgett Homes. 7-9 a.m., .. Do you want a better Job?Do
Slops, will be: '-9 sm.t Columbia University was the, I
Eartha White Center, 740 Ash- yon need a better Job? If you
Wuh-O-aW..tMa lOrt Road; ley; 12-1:30, Blodgett Homes, most frequent preference lathe do, then Project ASSET/
U-ljM..eoOXMV.en First 1207 Davis; 5-6,Supermarket, nation for graduate study In ACTION can help )'ou.
Avenub Sottt;;V6 p.m.! Chris1 Broad and State. 1968-69 among winners of Project ASSET/ACTION is
topher's Rest flew Berlin Road. Southern Fellowships Fundscholarships. ,
District 10: East SideSpring designed to help yougetabetterJob
District 2: Arlington; Cha e- field '-9 a.m. Florida Avenue This Is shown In."* j by giving you the trainingyou
rille, GIlmore, Cosmo, Greenfield Liquor Store, 1st and Florida figures released by the Fund. need to get a better Job.

Glynlea Park, Southslde 11- :30,.WInn-Dixie,.Ocean I.DQ; recently.On If you are a high school graduate
Estates and Center Park.Stops: Monroe; 5-6, Pic and Save, a national basis, Columbia tR between the ages of 18
'-9, Mt. ZIon Church, Lone Florida Avenue placed first as the choice often and 45, and yon want a better
Star Road; 12-1:30: J.M. Field "District 11: East Slde/Satel- scholarship winners. Indiana Job, then call or come,by the
and Regency Square; 5-6 p.m., Dte Area and Talleyrand. 'J-' University followed, with Jacksonville Urban League,829
Corner of Mlllcreek and Lone a.m., Panama Fish Market, nine recipients. The Universityof : .1L V' North Pearl Street. The number '
with eight was .
Star Road. ,Trout River Dtire; 12-1:30; Virginia, 3568336.
District S: Sunbeam, Goodbys, F and H GroceryOW and third. t. ___ You may register for this
Mandarin, Loretto, Bayard, The Fund Is an agency createdby
Haloes 5-6 Pic Friday
; p.m., abdXare, program Monday through
the Council of Southern Unlyersltles -
Greenland, Bowden.9 a.m., 40 East 8th at Hubbard. ''T Working people are askedto
Barnet Park, off Highway 13; -9"*- for ImprovingheTWjilUes
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District 12: West Side. register between 6:00: p.m.,
12-1:30, Banner Food, Old St. a.m. Laundry and Dry Cleaners and the administrative and 8:00: p.m. People who are
'b.t Road and HighwayPost 8th and Pearce 12-1:30 stauir.pf.predominately Negro asked to
; & not working are register -
: .universities in the
3. Office, 8th Street Sundrl s, 8th and colleges ** between 9:00: a.m. and
,.,t.E Da-Is;' Dnval Medical Center. South. w:scholarships I' 6.00 p.m. If neither of these ,-1
The Fund away '
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+. ...4.fatiell Motel: -, Riga,, District 13: Middle West Side on a competitive basut-ta applicants Vtolet'la here to be associated with bOi-ue; social I.DII-tbe seen In this group are: Mmes. Estella Cherry, DrncUla Sykes, times .convenient, a special 't If:
4A.. 12-1:30, DouglasAh4drhoot and Jacksonville., Lavilla who are engagigptadoctoral financial. This is one of the many Jacksonville savings clubs Daisy Miller, Verlee Suggs,Beatrice McBride,Lola M.Chat man. registration period will be heldon .
_,11 2445 San Recreation Park; 12-1:30, programs or who expect which entertain as part of their agenda for the year. These clubs Pear lie JSmall..Evelyn Jones and Mabel Hicks. Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.to .,
Florida Star 13th and Mon- meet and perform a multitude of worthwhile activities. 12 Noon
monthly
Diego Road; 5-6, Mt. Morlah crlef; 5-6, Mt Herman Recreation to seek doctoral degrees.

Methodist Road.Church, 3919 Old St. Center, Mt. Herman A KiN Arrested Ai Editorial Wins
Augustine and Third. | Witness O".ck.. Gets
District 5: Cary-Gardea City-
District 14: Grand Park and -
RlvervlewDlnsmortPlcketvllle West Jacksonville. 7-9 a.m., .
Biltmort Norwood- Acorn Community Center After Elding Police Half Million I.! ,
Brentwood-Paaama Park and
Magnolia Garden*. '-II, Acorn Street; U-I:30, C and and C MEMPHIS A man who Is said to have been a witness to the
Grocery, Kings Road assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Is In ; .1.1
Daylight Grocery, Edgewoodand Spires 5-6,13th and GrunthaL custody, Slats C.ce' ; i
Avenue a; 12-1:30, Daylight ; Memphis. He was ordered Jailed u a witness to the April 4
District 15 Woodstock
West
Grocery, 21st and Jacksonville: and Mixon,Town slaying of the late civil rights leader. TALLAHASSEE, Fla.StateTreasurerInsurance '1 .

Moncrltf; 5-6 Mary Ann's 7-9 a.m., Beaver and McDuff; Charles Qultman Stephens, made to hold two other key Commissioner i. t:
Fried ChIcken 1807 W. 45th 12-1:30, Grocery Store, who reportedly saw Dr. Martin witnesses, Mrs. Bessie Brewer Broward Williams .. x '
Vacant lotDistrict Baker's Avenue and McQuade Lather King's assassin leave who operated the rooming aannounced today that Massachusetts 4 ... .''. '
6: Baldwin, Maxvffle and 5-6, Bethany Satellite,. the rooming house from which house, or Willie Anchuts, alsoa : Mutual Life Insurance 4 Af [ry ...... .
Otis, Holsena, Whttebouse,Marietta Stockton, 401.NEWS. the fatal shot was fired April reported witness to the.flight Co. of Springfield agreed to .,., '' .' .
and Sherwood Forest. *: 4, was ordered Jailed Tuesday of the assassin. Invest $55a,'700 In a programto\ t..A. .... ,. / j
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'-9 Maxvllle
a.m., Community u a material witness. Meanwhile, Ray's attorney, alleviate slam housing conditions -
Center Pennsylvania Avenue; SHORTS Shelby Coanty Attorney Arthur Hanes, pledged to work In Ops-Locka.
11-1:3&: Marietta Variety General Phil It. Canale night and day*' preparing a The program has brought to ;'f'1r '
Store, Highway 90; 5-6, Banner MOSQUITO PLANES asked for the warrant Stephens, defense for Ray's trial, now more than $13.3 million the
Food, Highway 90, Baldwin. Ten Florida counties- 46, of Memphis was placedIn scheduled to begin November total investment commUted be "". .. J.-I'.
District 7: Flftooe, Pelham, Brevard, Broward, Collier, Jail under $IO, OO bond. 12. Massachusetts Mutual Life In ( I ) '. '
WesconnetL Vtattla, Yukon, Dade, Klllsborough, Indian "Rather than continue with Hanes entered an Innocent plea the form of long-term mort- L '.',"".. 'i. ;' .
Murray Hill, Normandy,Sweet- River, Lee, Monrow, and Vol- voluntary protective custody, for Ray In a brief arraignment gages. It was the third program ( '..
water. '-9 a.m., PIc and Par ui la-use air planes In mosQuito we decided we'd ask Judge W. Monday, then agreed to the trial slated for Florida. fJJ
S422 Blinding; 12-1:30, Wes Preston Battle to Issue a material date he told The Opa-Locka '.
control, says the State although Judge project consists /f/ '
connett Elementary School 5-6, Board of Health witness warrant," stated Battle he may have to ask for of four two-story con .. .., /J'
Roosevelt Man. Canale. an eztenslon. crete block, wood frame and \ /
District I: Brooklyn Area and Canale said no move has been masonry structures containing I

1 total of 69.family units with f. s(
.403 rooms. >
'(The complex Is at the Intersection -
of Northwest IJSth Strut .
and Aswan Road, 15 miles I f'
north of the principal retailshopping : i -
district of Miami) 'fJ

An Inner courtyard: recreation ... .
area will be provided for .1
children and adults. Parking
will be provided for 70 veh'Jcles. -

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fl Commissioner Williams said
the Opa-Locka project wouldbe i. ,
reserved for needy families.
for the now residing In overcrowdedand 1\
dilapidated structures In :_
deteriorated areas of the city. '
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Earlier this year, Massachusetts -
Mutual Life announced
programs for Gainesville:
$1,713,900 for 171 apartments
with 960 rooms, and $1,054,600
for 100 apartments with 814
ATLANTA THE CHICAGO DEFENDER newspaper received the first annual.Car Murphy.
iWIftIELECT rooms and one tffTalUhasseet
; $962,100 program for lOc Community Service Award for its editorial series called"Keep a Cool Summer". The award
apartments with 664 rooms. sponsored by Coca-Cola ISA, Is In honor of Carl Murphy former publisher and editor of THEAFEOAMERICAN
>newspaper of Baltimore. Shown receiving a scale drawing of the trophy
following; the presentation, are, left to right: John Sengstacke, Defender publisher: Mrs"
Sengstacke; and Kelvin WalI.ma.narer.llarket Development Department,Coca-Cola USJL'Tht
award Includes a check for $1,000 In addition to the specially designed trophy. The presentation '
TIE KERKEIY KIWI was, made at the 48th Annual Convention cithe'NetIona1Newspaper Publishers
Association, held in New York recently.


The black man Leiiei Uilt
Fashions At

YOUR DISTRICTSLOWINCOME loses again. His EltctiM


A GlanceBy Of '6$ Beard

American Legion Auxiliary
REPRESENTATIVE MATTIE SMITH COLIN Unit No. 197 held Us Installation
If s not difficult to feel and organza and organdy/belag of officers recently. Mrs.
The Inside story certainly look cool u the proverbial crisper, are popular for after-. Lillian Weathers, first district
encumber on sweltering five wear, especially U they president, was in charge.
to the by the man. who was there days-cool fabrics are are ruffled.A Officers are: President Mrs.
made up In some of the most lot of surprises in millinery Elizabeth Cameron;First Vice-
t ... feminine and pretty summer for falL..Mr. John both president, Mrs. Alice S, Bell.amy -
dresses, suits and ptayclothes veils and shawls madame.. a ; Second Vice-president,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and most Important, they are big brim antique bronze velour Mrs. Susie Campbell; Corresponding -
easily cared for, especially the cloche has a loopy shawl Secretary Mrs..
NT A (ML. drip-dry type I scarf of bittersweet wool. Eyes Ernestine Lewis, Mrs. Alice
Stripes, on hot swelteringdays and faces art veiled with lattice S. Bellamy, Recording Secretary .
AND KILL, YOUR NEIGHBOR i lead a colorful fashion work in another shocker I ; Mrs. Luella L. Cumm-
of G.J.E.O. Ufe-they are seen often on linens Veils are*colored and answer* lags Treasurer; Mrs. Elnora
Shocking expose shows how easy cottons, seersucker and to such names as mist, alma! Cameron; Chaplain' Mrs. Anna
It Is to get tools of murder silk..,. spheric. Illusion and fmligtrt, McMillan, Assistant Chaplain;
despite new laws. Dots are returning ranging Intended to reflect the flash of Mrs. Mercedes WhIte Historian
from the huge cpln-sixe on bright eyes. ; Carolyn D. Lewis Ser-
Who can vote? Anyone over 18 years of.age .11 t, 'taUeta, linen, cotton What shoo 'the false eyelashes geantatarms, Vivian, D.
Both stories In the August issue organdy, to the small dots on ? Some by Mr. John are Cameron Assistant Sergeani-

When? 27 of SEPIAat ::dotted Some Swiss.of the.prettiest dresses small med like and dinner headbugglng platters.or.brim. Color at-arms Bearer.VanessaG.Cameron.,

July (Saturday) 7:00: am to 7:00: pm ,ror-hot days are nude of diaphanous Emma pairs a beige persian The president made several

your newsstand noel fabrics-organdy,.or lamb beret with a skirt of the appointments. Vlslstors were
gang tad voile...many art'tailored same fur and ties everything Mrs. Maggie Deep Unit 88;
Where? Mobile Vehicle in District shirtwaist dresses together with a brown suede Mrs. Ruth Bata, Unit 6; Mrs.
your .vest
won over a turtleneck Hilda Floyd, Unit 68. Others
swttater..J5bt adds pompons to were Mrs. Grace Snuder and
]: IMITED IME ONIY a nutria beret and a white and Mrs. Leila Williams who has
brown mottled Argentine lamb- since become a member.In .
The People'sCommunity i < : a turban tiered in layers and the last meeting Miss Aft
layers of green, blue, gold and Bell, senior at New Stanton
Forhis reported on the activities at the
collection, Ralston Girls' State in Tallahassee laJune.
does the tall shake In curly The unit will not holda
white lamb) frosted with black In
meeting
August The Junior -
: WITH EVERY KENIIEX JOi and gray, echoing the fur In outing will

: Action BEFORE YOU PAINT.. a Vincent large mutt.and Harmlk double>* at the home of MT,.Dellamy'tlUAL .
t IM HOW OU ( AN KtAul'K' NO MO'IC'K '
bat Impact with a saris-their BRIEFl'I
: hat shape done In double size
g E N IT E X El Donegal tweed Is" tiny and PEAt< ; .N.
stiffened as a canonical biretta -
Guaranteed (
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tY. Election Pull-Togetherl!Its the way yon
BUILDINGS
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-' .ianh Howard Nuptials CMt Chi. Civic littffiith. Services Get


. Wedding! Heirs!! --1 I i z Y, 5 n Club Sponsor TeeThe EitsMslfstic Respeues I

..... Chit Chat Civic Club wilt Ii
UP U'U 1:. 1:.
Jt.: WEST PALM BEACH-Delegates to the annual meeting of the I
Leroy Anthony 2271 Ron St., Frank B.Williams 222 Orange sponsor a spiritual tea Sunday 'Florida Association: of Women's Clubs, Inc.,cllmaied their flve-
Ze and Janice F. Asbell, 417 st., 22 and Lillian A. Cooper .L _tqy July 28, In the home of Mrs. day meeting here recently with the re-election of all participating
Anna Henry 1651 W. 28th St.
Oak St.. 11.Maarle. IS25 W. 6th St., 18. The speaker will be Mrs. C. officers proposed by the nominating committee.An '. !

Blankley. The regular monthly Intr-Fatth Vesper of Miami and Mrs. Florence
A. Crews Mil Gib- ,
John W. Mitchell, Jr.,Atlanta, Service at Tabernacle Baptist
meeting will be in the home of Crompton, of Ocala were recipients
Art. 22 and Sherrffl Marlene
t son Ca. 24 and Jolla A.
IfcCray, Church last week attended by
.Mrs. Beatrice Matthews, 2543 of plaques for their1odstandtng :
Cannon 9754 GobsonAve.
Atlanta, Ga., 21. club women and a large number long '
19. W. 23rd St., at 8 p.m. Mrs.D. time service
Gllmore is president of local citizens, formally to the organization at the
Charles A. Wynn, 6347 Ton the Mrs. I
opened proceedings. i
Jeha P. Phillips, 1726 Rayar Are, 19 and Robalya G. Staf aR y. ".L. Chapman local City 'Awards Banquet. annual following an ;
Kosneticks Plan impressive by
Rd., 24 and Janice T. Gallo message
2368 W. Edgewood An., .Association presided. An President Moor..
f@ Stunl
way, 3271 Tiger Hoh Rd., 20. Informal garden party at the
For Big Hal Tea other awards were also made.
home of the state president
Aa enthusiastic of both
William P. Rosa,' Odenton, E Hole) 5417 Mi- group
Delaney : The Kosmetlcks t club .of as enjoyed by delegates following senior and Junior delegates enJoyed -
Md U and Holly R. Stewart, nova St.,. 20 and Adrian T. will sponsor a the service.
4W cosmetologists, events of the Press I
Beadle, Ter., 24. Miller, 718 Venus Mars Ct., Pretty Rat .Tea Sunday, July The sessions were held at the Breakfast on Tuesday morning, l

1'1. 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the downtown Holiday Inn and were after which the Arts and Crafts '
Betton. M. Clark, M2 LaurelSt. Matthew L. Lamp1eJ.lr., 919 East Side Community Center, keynoted on Monday morning chairman, Mrs. L. Dukes, of I
26 and Mary A. Howarth, Brady St., 32 and Cora L.. First and Milnor. Bishop>> Julia with an address by the president ,Miami, gave several demon ..
6054 Arlington Dr., 24. Moore 825 Blanche St., 30. Brown' will be the speaker. of the National Association of strations. ,.
Colored Woman's Clubs Inc.,
The Youth activities
James R. Brlttian, 707 W. 18th Mrs. Mamie B. Reese of Albany Night
James R. Cox, 1012 E. featured oratoricals fashion '
a
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Beaver St., 28 and Isabel! Vogue XIII Soda)
St., 27 and Judith L. McBride, Ga. .r.Y1I8. and talent show, before
Wright t" 707 W. Bearer St., 30. 164 W. 7th St., 28. A workshop>> on "New Approaches the coronation of the Youth

Samuel Floyd, 1965 Florida i Club Heels Saturday to Community Plems" -&- Queen.
John W. Rill, Jr., 1107 LoganSt. '"" was coordinated by Musk .
., 21 and Ada L. Johnson, Are., 23 and Superda Jennings Officials elected were: President I"'
1107 Logan St., 21.. 1349 Robert C. Wearer Dr.,18.Charles TWe'wlll be meeting of the Olivia H. BaldwinStateDepart Miss Alice Moore; First :
meat of Education Consultant
T. Williams. Philadelphia Vogue Zm Social Club on Saturday Vice-president, Mrs. Elisabeth

McDonald Burch, 1917 Spring- Pa., 22 and Early". July 1.71.at 8 p.m. in of Miami, with the participation ,Curtis; Second Vice-president.
of C. Spencer Pompey, Mrs.
drift Rd., 21 and Harriett A. Murray, 914 W. Bearer St., 19. the horn of Miss Joan Jackson Mrs. V. Harvey; Third Vice-
Ehrood V. Graves, Mrs. Ruth Allen
1660 Dot Street.Oianpfen president, Mrs. Erma ;
Hopkins 2821 Woodland Clr., '.-
Situ Jr.
Charles F. Miami Shepard, Jesse Ferguson, Mrs. Fourth Vice-president, II r s.
20. Fla., 32 and Jeanetto ... Sites, ... '} Edward Peeples of WIGS (Atlanta Mattie Eagan; Fifth Vie.-pre-
6921 Lyster Clr., No.. 30. Social ), and Rer.Ehrood Graves. silent, Mrs. Aurora Anderson;
Joseph P. Suggs. Jr., 1522 W. Emamuel Wllkerson, 3330 Delegate participation Jn the 4-
Recording Secretary, Mrs
23rd st. 23 and Lana F. Jackson
Club Writ Meet
Mecca St., SO and Lillle Pearl Y discussion was excellent. WUhemena Sands; Assistant
1451 W. ZOth St., 11. Dopson, 3330 Mecca St., 24. The Champion Social and Mrs. Algenon B. Bolen,FAWC Recording Secretary, Mrs

P. Henderson, 1488 Charity Club win meet at 7 and SAWC put president of I
Pail W. Jones, Clevlston, Albert rx:+ CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
Ft. Pierce Miss Joel Roberts
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Fla., 21 and Margaret A. Bar- Steel St., 32 had Josef M. 41.m., Saturday, July 27, in the
Tie, 1514 Powbattu St., 21. Collins, 1051 W. Slit St., 30. home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl MODERN T.V. SERVICE /
West, 1223 West 8th Street.. I
The club will sponsor musical ALL MAKCB AND MODEL BCAVICEO. NtP>AINtD
Marries Minister Wednesday July 31, at 7.30, OPEN MON ..... PHI. .iOO ta 7.00
BAT. iOO tttt *iOO
In the T-V Building on Riverside

Drive FREE PICK UP>> AND DELIVERY
t :k. &
A EplcvreM 'e". P.... :9SBOSSB :alai N. MTHTLC AVE.JACKSONVILLE. .
,Joe ROBINSON. M... rtA.
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Shown above are Mr..and-Mrs.Jimmy Lanham.Jr. of this city whose marriage& was solemnized' On July 29Tb

I March 8. Mrs. Lanham, the former Miss Patricia Ana Howard Is the daughter of Mrs. Genera Does Coca-Cola
d Howard and Mr William Howard. Epicurean Club will meet
S. She Is presently employed at Jacksonville Opportunities
with Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Me-,
If Indnstrlalltatloa Center Inc. u Clerk-1'Jp1atTtaebtr Aide. Mr.Lanham,a longshoreman, is Intosh 1563 West 16th Street have the taste
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lewis also of this city. A reception, given in the honor of the ,
29 at 8 SO. Tb
couple, was held May 11 at the Chase Street Community. Recreation Center. The newlyweds are Monday, July :
at borne to friends at 2114 Flag Street. letter Bible J verse. starts within e you never get tired of? 1

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Irtfe Of Rev. WlMm Walker

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Mist tiuelda! Joyce Whit of Jacksonville, duaghter of Mr. I
George W. Whit and rf the lit Mrs. Victoria Rkho White,
became the bride recently of Rev William James Walker son

of Mrs. Theo Hicks of Detroit, Mich., In St. Augustine's Episcopal
Church of Jacksonville.Rev. ..- -

."Walter C*. JOeln Blshcff of Gary to II... was ringbearer. The Century Social and Savings Club will celebrate its seventeenth Woods, Mrs basil Wilson assistant recording secretary Mrs.
of the Northern Indiana Diocese A reee""Ibeld1lDml41. anniversary July 28 at Mt. Morlab Baptist Church, 1953 Martha Thomas" Mrs. Geneva L. Thomas. Officers not shown
West 9th, at 4 p.m. Rev H.L. Herod pastor. Members of the ,:....
of the th* ately following the ceremony are, Mrs. AD. Houston vice president, Mrs. LUlieMcFberson, .
BOP ng ovalpertot&1| In the undercroft. The Women club shown here are from left, front row, Mrs. Mary vann, treasurer Members are, Mrs. Betty Johnson, Mrs. Rutha --wNW wW WM nw.YM/1FM M M911 M M M1M1.M./YM

by th* Rev Robert L. Potts of the Church and members of Mrs Rosa Durham, assistant f1naDeJalltCr.tam Mrs. Teller, Brown, Mrs. Isabella Cooper, Mrs. Rosa Harvey. Marls and You know it. It's your best
and the Rev. Thomas F. sto1l..the Altar Guild of st. Attgustlne1 Mrs. Mildred Francis r.cordingsecretaryurs.Mary; Breeden, Marilyn Woods and Gregory Breeder are the club's mascots.
Th* former Miss Whit lau served u hostesses. president Back row, from ten. Mrs. Louise Giles Mrs Mary
.' After wedding trip to MichU refreshment buy.
alumna of Florida AiM University
and of Columbia University P00 .MatjlsoqeGar residing at MarriesMARIAN Ronftrd Alberto Guest New StMtHGrrifttt .

New Tore She III y, l adlamt. NOTICENEWS
former music instructor at The former Miss Whit At BkftdiY Pvty' PkHis .

Damell-Cookman Junior mg was honored with bridal Mrs. Tbeo .Albert!* feted her

School, a member of Gamma Las showers given by members Social of son, Record Albert, recently Stilly In! OhioAdonis DEADLINE Co !: Coke
Mujeres$ Elegantes
Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha club and the Gamma Rho in the New Century Kindergarten 1.30 P.M., Tuesdays brought, aesfslr.rrr
Kappa Sorority and of Las MaJem Omega at 1025 Monroe Street. L. Miles, son of Mr. to the office. :
Elegantes Social Club.Rev. >>. Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Among the children attendingthe and Mrs. James Wles,1457 TeAl should mall Mondays by .SotIM,under thtauthorHygl ThaCottCwComl1rb1'! JackSOnvUl Bottling Car r.
Sorority.; A luncheon
Walker is an alumus of was givesLame party were: Wilber Platts. W. 21st St., and a graduate 12 noon _
College of Tennessee. H* jai dinner Morse.aTb. Erick Jackson Sheila Wynn Fayetteville State College is

was also graduated from the vud Anthony Albert. Kelvin planning postgraduate studiesin Plan w-jI
Mabl Gary ninei
McCormick Theological Sem Ind.Mrs. Adams Harold Williams, Kenneth soeJa1.eJellC.atCUt.W"t. Joie l !fob Sinhh Su iFamliy

fury and from th* General Hogan Ronnie Hogan Arlene era Reserve t1n1..raUJCIa- I It
Out-of-town guests attending
'Tb.olagkt1Seminary. He is a the wedding included: Mr. Wynn, Monica White land, Ohio.A1964 Group Pictures In Breadth I;
ember of the Alpha Phi AlphaFraternity. Darlene Williams, Willie EttaWilliams graduate NewStanton I Family
W. White Mrs. Joseph
George Naomi Senior High School Miles has
Audrey McNair ,
Thebridevor.tfortohlgown D.E. White White, Mr.Mr.and Earnest Mrs. Julian Page, James Page Julia been appointed a social: worker t Taking Living Color And Discount Too I

of silt orgasm fashioned wifhaa'emplr Tf.W, Mrs. Robert 1Claeade. Mitchell, Angela Fields,Robert by the Cuyaboga County Welfare
*'bodice encircled with- Brown, Sharon Brown, Allen Department la Cleveland.
Mr. Mack MissesYaJ Leading" I II
Henry < !
beaded.scalloped lace, batea* erie tM Karen Kiiy.it aDd J. JOHIG014Mr. 'Dickerson, Tony Neman, Bernard Miles will be given U educational "Select, The Best t. Jacksonville's.
neckline and brief sleeves.:Anoverstirt Miss Cheryme: White of Jack and Mrs. Freddie Lee Newnan, Roy Williams; leave by tilt department
of silk organs JIUaODY11Je; Mrs Theodore Hicks, Johnson bar announced the Jr., Giles Tamr, Shirley to work towards a master's
vied the sheath skirt,terminating Dr. and Mrs. William N. WU- marriage of their daughter Platte and William\ Sidney. degree. Sinner leddiegs I

into a circular chapel train, liams, Mrs John Locket, Mr. Marian Joyce Johnson 1657 I Usher Board PictiresPissiirt
accented with beaded reembroidered and Mrs. George Kendall, Mr. Lest Seventh Street to Mr. I rI

motifs. A cluster of Napoleon Williams Dr. and Jesses James Martin, Jr., of DOES AIR POLLUTION Med'.111 t.ceitl.isClik ,
beaded lace petals accentuated Mrs. Harcourt Harris.Rer,and Pontiac, Mich.; He is the son I Pictires .
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her multi-tiered veil of silk, Mrs. Robert Potts Mr. Stanley of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse James IRRITATE YOUR SKIN? I I ,
'illusion. She carried a cuca4Scott Miss Sandra Kartell Mr. Martin, $r. Mr, Martin is AiiiiersiriesBaly I II

ing arraogaiaat of white'JlJclIaeI Harris, Mr ,Gordon Junior at West Virgins State Dirt. (...... grim and. ether polo tone the thade of your akin, forfairer rivets CtiksBiilii.
v cymdlums and ivy on a whit Williams, Mr. R. Ooque Port College. The bride is also ajUII10r ton In the tit can raise havoc with ,.clearer natural looking. loveUna -
It fade rm.owsthat
.kilt and completion. Delicate tUn ** fr.ckl.s
prayer book Mr. Randolph Potts, Mr. Kiel] at West Virginia State.H may .u"., the went and e..en w..tller.lI..t., tun tanned Tens Pictures
Mrs. Robert Klncad served fotUt.of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs majoring in biology and normally healthy' aUn can become look', aid* In removing blackhead, I .
as matron of honor.SlIt cboM''Iaba education aDd is inter Instal.instals and. smoothing large pore Weuldnt l r
Brown of Cleveland Ohio cited blackhead may app... Color. hue you Ilk* to try PALME- SKIN I
% formal, pink gown. of brocade Dr. William A. I. Rags of New particularly b bal. and appai ranee of complexion may SUCCESS" BLEACH CMAMT i
taffeta, with -a matching Conn W. DarreUOvld Mrs. Martin is majoring labuslnpts t chania. Fragrant eraamy white. I t
London
;Badpic and carried as'd. Riverside;, Calif. Rev *<1m ftntionj concentrating PALME'CBCAM* "SKIN la a SUCCESS"BLEACH ", GET HEAO-TO-TOe IF IT IS IMPORTANT, TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY : i

f arrangement of pink cymTbidiums and Mrs. Henry L. Atkins, Mf., on management with cream, containing th* full official PROTECTION l
; and try. Dr. William a double minor in sociology: .trenth of ammonlated marcury with th. deep-acting.. foamy modicaUofl I PHOTOGRAPHER I
and Mrs. Maurice Edelen,Mrv ,_,nl&84 by "' Unltad Stataa of SKW SUCCESS" SOAP.It WITH A PROFESSIONAL I II
J.A '. ,J. Ross of New London, Truman Moyer, MrS Julius and political science. She is Pharmacopeia a. a local Inhibitory beauty bathe while II fight I
Conn., served u best ....; Shaw Miss Sad,. Harris and president of tile College Debate anUaeptie.It*medical prop li..areSenarally germa that often eu'ivete penetration '
recoinUad by .... proteaIon. .dor* make* you awe
Riverside !
W. Darrell Grid of
Htttce Club. Th wedding'will
Edelen Indiana STUDIO1ATURbU.
Mr. of ant dermalelaaleia often pratcrUx you re nice to be near. PALMCJTS"HUH FASHION
.,Calif and Stanley Scott of Depo11J.'aDd toe Rt. Rev.and Mrs. tab place la mMp" They It."SKIM SUCCCSS" CftEAM auccua"lQAP.: I BOB SMITH
tract, Mich. seated guests.Val wW'later transfer to Oakland
Walter C. Keels of South Bend,
erie Klncade was flower girl, Ind. University Calif, where they ..1 J Insist on the Blue& Gold package | h1. L&JTtIA.a! __--____>> :9 1TeLl W; ?.E!J
,a and rue, D. Strowhon Jr. will commute tile education. ,
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1 fACE 4 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY, JULY 27', 1968




I Mt. Carmel Baptist Women Celebrate Anniversary July 28 ii I




6.151.'llklrs And Officials Me Co 11. Singers Celebrate Jekevifc's Witnesses Plea



WIN le Preseit For Profcwiskit. Fer Me.moth Aipst Meet1'


Carmel Baptist Church' Women will celebrate their Jehovah's Witnesses will Invade Jacksonville en August IS

annual Women' Day on Sunday, July 28, with services throughout ,.tfir for "Good News For All Nations Convention at the Civic

the day. Rev J. Ratelton.. Is pastor. Auditorium.
Mrs. J. M. Haselton Dsent Shirley Munson, Miss Gwend 'Committees and leaden are sist

u Pastor for the day. olyn Griffin, Miss Janice Farr, f now working toward getting a Minister John Stephens,, minister
Sunday school will begin at Miss Debra Wells, Miss Ruths.Eubtnks complete listing of an hotels of West Unit Congregation

9:SO with MM. Alice Walker Miss Marahan Ford,; 11 and motels In .the area. Two said, "In 1964 our attendance
u Guest Superintendent Other ADd Misses Jancie Hall, 'L YI leaders, Minister Richardson of went over 12,000 and,

participants on the Sunday Gwendolyn Stevenson, Precllla !Ii' the East Side Congregation,and finding adequate accomodattons
School program win be: Mmes Smith, Sernatta Murr, Barbra Minister Stephens of the WestSide for everyone was quite a Job

Sandra Boyer, Gladys Murry, G. Wlkos, Thelma Rateton, Congregation, are making We hope to have sufficient listIngs .

Mary James, Odessa Burgers Caren Gall Simmons, Shirley an appeal through the FLORIDA by ice first week In August

Anna Wells, Mary Henderson, Wllkerson, Betty G. Brown,De- STAR for Information u to with the help of the local: bro-

Rossi Carter, Mary Nelson, bra Slaughter Debra Banks. r housing for the more than 11,000 thers and the cooperation. of thepeople
Rosh Stevenson will
Mrs.
Emma Jones. "
visitors who will come to the of Jacksonville.
Mrs. 3. M. Haretton win speak .speak at 6:30. Devotionals will Minister Stephens. said each
city.
la the morning service. That be led by Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs.
Five thousand of these will be delegate win submit a completeroom
service begins at 11 a.m. The Placate Rogers will bring the official delegates. Of the 12.000 request form that will
processional will be led by the welcome address.The responsewill
Convention the of accomodatlona
,according to E.W.Hooper, list type
Mrs.M.Under.
from
Who Will Prayer Band Mrs. come attend
Manager most will needed and the number
Mary Slater win give the responsive Mrs. Dora Washington will read
from Northern Florida
come log
Annie the Scriptures. The Missionary
Mrs.
reading entire families
said
Southern
and Alabama. Stephen
Georgia
will be by Mrs. .
Mae Williams of the Morning Prayer given .
At a kickoff meeting last week attend U a unit
Star Baptist! Church will read Josha) Manning.
will be m the Civic Auditorium. Mr.Hooper'presented "With the problems that are
Other :
the Scriptures. Mrs. Emma participants
main the family circle today
three plaguing
Mellon will supervise the raising Mrs. Francis Washington Mrs.Fedd A : .
entire earth the
needs The throughout the ,
list&
pre-assembly :
.
Mathls Mrs.
of the offering, represent- Mrs. Mary sessions
and convention wlllteature
McKlnnlon Mrs. Naves Will- of available motels
Macedonia
InC Baptist. hotels
Other morning participants lams, Mrs. C. Hoots and Mrs.I. ; the explaining of the designed to aid each member of

will be: Mrs. Willie Mae Foster Par is. providing of accommodations the family. The program win
I will homes and the outlining of the consist of Bible lectures
Mrs. Elsie BeU Adams, Other officers for the day
i Mrs. LeUla Mae Robinson, Union be: Chairman, Mrs. Verdell j .need of a staff of 2,000 for the dramatisations, discussions
Progressive Baptist; Mrs. Simpson; Co-chairman. Mrs. operation of at least 20 depar and symposiums, and
stress worship U t family
convention
Llllle Lee, Mrs. Fannie Garnlor. Chrlstabelli I Chair Lady Mrs. departments.
Friendly Baptist, Mrs. Mary Slater Programs, Mrs. Mr. Hooper said Gordon J. ,unit," Stephens said.
Verla Saddler, St. Matthews Annie M. Mobley, Mrs. Plaids Race: supervising minister for Persons with rooms can list

Baptist Mrs. Johnnie Mae Al- Rogers Mrs. Estella Rogers, Jacksonville, has been appolnt- them at the contention bead-
Pearllne Mrs. ed to coordinate the Rooming quarters, (60)Saa Juan Avenue.
Tin, Beulah Baptist, Mrs. Josephine Mrs. Tlsby, Central
Mosley, Mt Ararat Eats B, Adams. Finance Com Accomodatlons Work for the or call 389-8023, or the

Baptist Mrs. Elisabeth Hall, mUtes members win be Mrs. Convention. L. Johnson will as Unit, 1405 West State street.

Spring Hill Baptist, Mrs.Charlotte Alma Canodote, Mrs.Edith Me- The McCaU Singers will celebrate their twentieth anniversary and .naves,- on toe cast ftioe.- m program-wiuoegmat-

Griffin and Mrs. Christ- Daniel, Mrs. Daisy Smith,Mrs. Sunday night, July 28, at the.Triumph Holiness Church Tfclrd .1:10: p.a.
abeQ Baker, Co-chairman. Willie M. Foster Mrs Emma vah't Witnesses
-
Cam Gall Simmons will Clark, Mrs. Loiter Eubanks.
Mrs. :
speak la the afternoon service. Member of the DirectlonCoin Masons Will 'Hold Payne Chapel AME Like City Church

Other participants will U:Miss mittee will be Mrs. Betty Pin-

,kney, Mrs. Ines Wright On the Meet At Ml. Calvary Announces Dual Day WIN lutsH New Mhbter

Arilwr Goodman Will Tag Committee will ben Mrs. Payne A.M.E.; Church's Dual

Pauline GriIbJ.GueatSprlne- Temple Lodge No. 340 F, l> Day plans have been completed, LAKE CITY, FLJLt Tbe Sister Welcome Baptist Church of

Direct In I Gainesville bilL A.M., win hold Its anniversary. according to Rev R.A King, Lake City will be the scene of Installation services for the

Arthur Goodman and the Jacksonville Members of the choir of the program Sunday, July 21, at the 'pastor. newly chosen pastor, Rev. Paul E. Fountain, of Jacksonville.

Community Choir will St Matthews Baptist and Mt Calvary Baptist Church at Chairman will be Clarence From July 31 to August 4. Services will begin each nightat

have roll charge of services SprlnghUl Baptist Church who 230pm. Eagletoa and Mrs. Minnie U. 730. The church Is located: oa .the Old Columbia City i
Sunday Bight at the First Baptist will participate will be: Misses Participants will be Brothers Clark. Co-chairman will be Road. 4 miles off Route 90. In Lake City. I

Church. Jacksonville, Gall Griffin, Sandra Griffin, Loud,' High Priest of Zerrl- Mrs. Katie BarklaandJ.J.Ben- Ministers and congregations s lOa. The alternate will be Rev + e
Beach. Ret. H. H. Wright Is Sharon Wright, Bridget Hall, bells Lodge Robert Petti-, kin will be present throughthe RX Griffin, Vice-moderator ;

pastor.. The service starts at Deloret Duke, Rosen Baker, ford, Grand Treasurer.Master JamelHamilton Tbe services will be heldSun- week. On the opening night of the First Central Baptist r

7 p... *I!rSMrkv: ..Wllkerson.UOUSfc Worthy Master day July: 21. Mrs. Lush W. Rev. E. L. Edwards and the: Association.:
Loud Worthy
Johnny McKlssick, local: educator, and SU Joseph Baptist Church of On kunday at 6 p.m. Rt,. K.
James Hawkins Put
"' ripped, wife of the pastor of Bethel Jacksonville will be present C. McLemwa and Fellowship
: grand Treasurer, Clarence Rev? DJ. Perry of Morning
of Baptist Institutional Church Is Baptist win be present Rev.
Havens, Otis Moore, Lloyd M. Star
Baptist Gainesville and of
the morning speaker. Rev Lee McQueen and congregation +4W
Pearson Jr., Henry Simmons Wiuie Young educator and pas., Bethel Baptist, Live Oak, Fla.,-' of Royal Tabernacle Baptist TJenovel's
7aHtB'4 District Deputy and Ernest will be present with his con wlU also be
Pierce, Worthy Master. tor of Bethel A.M.E., Callahan present Friday
will give the night sermon. gregations. night August 2. .Witnesses, 12.000, with 5,000 delegates, will be In
Others will be Dawn John On
\ ,. Mrs. McBride of Grant Memorial Thursday night Rev Webb Rev. M. II, Smith of Broad Jacksonville, from August IS to II and will bold forth at the
'Frules. Rev. J. C. Burnsey and the
FUttfcRfM.HOME and Rev. Warren.Fbradile ..:, A.M.E. will sing la tilt conrrentioa of tile Street Baptist Mission, Jacksonville ,Clvlo Auditorium. Two Important ministers la the convention

,morning II n lee. Woodrow win preside at all planning are shown' above. L.B.. Richardson, right Is of UN

Prayer Bud Cars of St St btl'. A.ff..E. ."1IIODa. East Side Congregation., John L. Stephens on the right*leads
wW sing at night Sunday school will begin at the West Side Congregation. This will be known U the Good

Will Have Tea 10 a, m. The morning worship News For All Nations convention. The Watchtower office of

Individual Service Pride Of Haceo begins at 11 a.lII.the evening the Watchtower la Jacksonville 1s located at 6603 San Juan
AVAILABLE TO EV:RYONE The Floradale Community worship at 6 p.m.Deacon Frank _

prayer: Band will have a Will Heel Soon A Blue Is Chairman of the Deacon
REGARDLESS OF spiritual tea at the home of Board. Mrs Sash P. WU.
Mrs. Grant 1709 University The Pride of Macao Temple son Is secretary.

FINANCIAL- CONDITION Street, on July 26, at I p.m.. No. 168 will meet August 1. I CHURCH' NEWS; |
11"' Mrs. Clara Brlnkley will be Mrs. Hattie I. James 'Is"
'LADY ATTENDANTS speaker daughter Ruler. Queen B.
St.
Williams 1s reporter. Stetlker'sAuiversery
.
pci STAFF ORGANIST UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPT&T CHURCH .

AIR CONDITIONED F Church school meets at ':10 with Mrs Lula M. Robinson and

BURIAL SISTER BESSIE teachers la charge. The U &.EL, service will be la charge of
sac SHIPPING
Shr will read entire We--past, present and Deacon James BuUinton. The pastor or appointee will preach
CRCMATION your Is Choir No. 3, along with Usher Board No.3
j future. She asks no questions but will tell you Aiftst 11 will serve. At 7 p.m.,
CALL DAY OR NIGHT aU choirs will give a combined musical for Women's Day.
what want to know giving date and tacts d
you The seventh of St Sunday, August 25. Mrs. Beasts B,
anniversary Pollard 1s cha1rmu. RT.
business love health and family affairs.: Will
I Ambulance Stephen's A.M.E. Church will Jake Ray Is pastor. Mrs. Leomia MUler Is reporter The church
help find lost art TELL whom will r
you you
you t
be celebrated Is located at 613 Pippin.MACEDONIA .
on Sunday August
marry and when. U the one you lore Is true, what
I 11.Officers.
1 1aq.1.cii to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated
elected are: Chairman BAPTIST CHURCH
locate absent friends' and relatives and cause
happiness between man and wife. Make uplover'swrila REV P. E. FOUNTAIN Mrs. Jennie yes Crock services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9.30. with
ett; Co-chairman, Mrs. Haul Nathaniel Singleton and teachers la charge. The lesson will be
4115 ME "B" Tells U sickness and bad luck are church from Lake City officiate.
natural enemies evil influence andbadluck.Dov'' Howard. Mrs.Mary Blake,Mrs. reviewed by an appointee./ The senior class will accompany Mrs.
On Friday night August Olivia Forest and Neal Bland. Polite to the state convention at Zion
ARNETT P ROGERS LF D not UU to please butwWt.Dtht truth. One visit will repay Hope Consecration and
you, 2, Rev. L. Johnson and the Mrs. Louise Genwrlght Is Ad. devotional services will begin at 10:45 with the deacons
for la all others. I not only read lice '
you disappointments your congregation of Falling Creek .
visor. Mrs. Sadie TWIlls Coordinator. tharlt. Music will be
given by Choirs No. I and No. 4 with
lie an open book, but I also help :you out of your TROUBLES. will be present Chairmen of the James Kitchen at the Instruments. The ,

Come and see why :you are so unhappy, when everything seems On Sunday August 4, at 11 Planning Board u.llrs. Ear- cy Re,. Daniel Johnson former sermon willbe delivered
dSt.
pastor Matthew
to go WHY be sad and downhearted sick and worried Rev. Baptist
wrong. a.m.. I. Rents of Lake
tha MeGan and Mrs. now of Valdosta c.. Deaconess
Ruby Board No. 2
will meet after
when can be everything made clear by consulting
you bebed City and
Rev Hardy Jackson '
Johnson. Oa the Finance the
Committee morning service. The
THIS GIFTED MEDIUM: : Everybody welcome. NO MAIL and B.Y. P.U. hour will begin at 5JO,
congregation of the Brooklyn -
with
are Mrs. Minis Taylor Mrs. M.L. Polite la
I charge. The special testate will be
ANSWERED. make no house calls. Don't mistake the address
Jiiiwduff Prayer Band of Jacksonville
I Chairman, Mrs. McVelte PaulIne given by uena Melton, Gall Hamnymijt aDd yri Beatrice Jolla-
SISTER BESSIE .u located: north ofCattahaa on USI"I will be
present. Sunday at 3
Mrs. Henrietta Howard son. The Bible drill will
be given by Mrs. Bessie Merchant
1/Z mile from City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone: 8792250. p.m. the services will be conducted
Otis Speights Cornelious Evening Worship will
WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT.OF HOUSE Boyd begin at 6.30 p.. Usher Board No. 3
by Rev. E. E. Taylor and Oscar Taylor. On Ads and will serve an day. Other services include Prayer Meeting Tues-
SPORTSMAN MOTEL.
Across the Street from and the
congregation of the st.
Sponsors are:Chairman,JamesG. day sight Bible Shhy<
Tuesday
I
night Rehearsals
; for Choirs
Open daily I a.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.fTHJES Paul Baptist Church, Jacksonville Genwrlght, Mr. and Mrs No. 1 and No. 3,Wednesday night;Choir rehearsals for No. and
CJJPPHQ EMTILEffOU: A $5 READING for $1.MIDTOWN'1URHITURE Rev. Taylor Is Third 2
.ro. ,
,, Louis Wilson, Rosa Curtis,Audrey .No.Tijlt 4 Wednesday. church Is located at 3333 Franklin st.,
vice-moderator of the Union Jones. Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is reporter.

Progressive Baptist AssociatPillbevers Othe committeess are.Deco:

rating, Harry Johnson, Mrs. NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH .

A NATIONAL feUMO TlLlfHOMf CALL w SNOW CO Lodge Albert Bufus- and the Pulpit Prayer Meeting for the revival will begin Monday: sight and

Aid Board; Publicity Mrs.J.V. nm to Friday night The revival begins August IS. ROT :L.L.

Mr VTMI nsutt 121 EASi HI st JET "353-6185 Meet Wefcesdiy Crockett. Mrs. Basel Howard Norman pastor of Morning Star Baptist Church will prtaeb.
Sunday School, Dr. Arthur C. lit Is trom ReadInr. PI.. SWlday ScbooI at ISO

.. Nq Interest No Carrying Charges The Palbearers Grand Union Madrey, Miss CharlesetterSplcerj Deacon Eunice Bunion .. tharlt. n.lesson will be reviewed

Do you have questions about Igff blg.-: Lodge 224 will meet Wednesday : Young People, Mr. and bJ the putor Ref. E,1 *****. The Doming worship begins
Best Crisis nation FREE DE1JVERYHOUSE August 7. at 7.30 la the Mrs. Wetton,Blake,Miss Char- at 11 with the deacons In charge d deyot1oaa. The Choir
our
t bas ever
Education lene Taylor and Miss Paulette and Ushers No. I wID with
Building of St. step- sons WM Me1u th charge 01 the.
faced, the racial crisis? FULLFURNITURE hen's AM.E. Church Mrs. Howard; Programs. mua c. District No. 1 wW meet at the chunk at S:3O. '11Ie 1YeJI-.

Do you have suggestions you'd like! Essie H. Campbell In President .Programs have been arranged log worship wW be at I p." Bulb sermons will be delivered.

to make to the Black and 'the White- .. for the week. Ministers of .b1 the pastor Location, 1114 East 30th Street.
*
,* the city and congregations
leadership about
how
to solve it
? PALMER'S .will be present The committee lIT. MORLUI A.M.E. CHURCH

\ Do you want to he iwh t other meets every Tuesday: nightit Sunday School begins at U5. with Mr. Paa1Jue Bryant III

: ordinary citizens ask peoplelJohn FULL PRICE "SKIN SUCCESS"OINTMENT 1-pjn. la the educational tharp. The morning service begins at 11 La. The Junior

r i : Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and' 449.95 building, Chard departmelll will serve, and IIIISIe will be rendered by

', ; what sort of cut nnae scan net M choir No. a and Usher Board No IUd No. 3. The sermon will
'I answers they come UPI Includes: : .: &: MITtm MM SUiM r KM* Wask.ffei. Cowl be by the pastor. At 'I p.... the evening service will
J with? Make youtself heard and hear it 7 pc. Bed Room Suite: ISII to* wu.noiiwi nsMU. w Reports from clul teachers will be ma4t. bec1L'

J. all on NIGHT CALL, the new, nationwide Double Bed, Mattress and Spring, Chest, Dresser Iuauwa"atwwumnNacarat HOMR AMhrentry
"tar I1ICCISI" eemeus .
telephone, call-in show. 7 pc. Living Room Suite: i .w., ..=- w IYIaMI a ew Washington Court 206 will celebrate GRANT MEMORIAL A.M.I. CHURCH
Sofa Bed. 3 tables, 2 Lamps '0Y ear. k fir. s w srtw.Yw1 "mss Keep Sa.1tr" wail be
the
Chalrt ... thefifty-secondannlver- theme of the
W" HC11:38: '.*..'' 12:30AM: 5 pc. DL ... ... w M tSSLt. e.HeN II.II...e.u.e eelsIwMnw .e saryon step.bea' Dr. Reck11ck, pastor sundry morning It 10:45.sermon The llllalattr used bJ
Gas or Electric: Range a. i i Ml l k kr Kucqurch win dlaeuhss "V1sJolll1a
A. M. Fifth; The '
IMIMUI Suctuarr" In the
: service at f:45.
'. frt
Tlnih Friday>. Refrigerator with Cross Top Freer.erALL nlW ,w .kM iww t**. and Davis. Mrs. Lara l eamp.: Tbt Sunday: School begins at ':3Ch1t11 A.V. a06l. nod his .
ata1f.
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Call Ciltict 212-74H311; L NEW EXCEPT APPLIANCESWe L ctIIPMII I bell Is Most Ancient Matron.' IIalt CItooru wW sing &
fie.
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the
VrsJEUsa Robinson dlrect1oa of 1Ir.. Rkberdsonjorelureh
0IU44C 1 r Is report 1.11.
The United Methodist Church- .oz. u ::= orpa1st. Situ Sharon
selection Baker
Released la have a complete : of Vinyl and Cushion Floor er. WU crowDed II1ss Gnat Mamorlal
cooperation with the CCOKOMT Ill( I* Mt WM see .Miss CJIIIhJa Dawson
plaaf
Linoleum second. Mlat Patricia
E National Council of Churches cut to your measurements, third. The L. Redakk'was
r.laurd Is
50 110I-10-111 PIOttCIIGII k.atecI m
I .National Catholic Office for Radio and Television CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOME :I...UM MMrttM MCtlU*turn(0M ,, 1 1 Clay str.et.- .
Florida CouncUof dtucchts M AIM N ...M.cm IMMIooM BUY II.8. PRIMITIVE rpmCHURCH
,. MmKuJMrt ....+. 1
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E .. 20 % DISCOUNT ON CASH SALES HW'MCCtll* saw'"' CAVING: BONDS SlIIIday School begins at 1:30 w1tlI the .uper1ateDdeDt. llrt

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I St. Paul Baptist Enters New Church Home Following Impressive Ceremonies 11;



St. Paul Missionary Moves upon This Rock [ "1 1i
Rev. E. E. Tiybr Receives Key '4 i


Aid Is Aisles ly Mwy Ministers "


St. Paul Baptist Church on Sunday, July 21, moved from the old I I
location to its new location: on Wlnton Road. An impressivemotdreade

carried ministers, deacons, deaconesses, trustees
and ushers to the new churchhouse.

After reaching the new location sldent of the Baptist Brotherhood !
HI Joined in the 'March Into spoke, his subject being
Church. Choirs No. I, Z and 3 "Working God's House." Be.
and the Choral Group, with pointed out that each member
Usher Board No. 1, served should contribute to the
throughout the day. Flag bear progress of the church. A ___ k'irf
era were Hotter LuIaSlmmons, Miss Eddie L. MorreQ sang \': Ii kj GY
mother of the church, I.DcIlrelle a request number of the pastor. ,
Joyce Scurry,youngest member Johnny Myers and Phillip Al- 4"'L'L % '
of the church. back toot the offering Mrs B. '
Officers participating were: Love presented the visitors. I
Rev., E.E. Taylor, pastor Rer. Taylor gave 'Echoes of T !
Deacon Lon, chairman of the Gratitude.! Oscar Hillman gave
Deacon Board; Dorsey Parson, best wishes. Mrs. Campbell iy !
treasurer; Richard 1.. Brown, made a presentation from the
chairman of the Trustee Board; Social and Savings Charity Club s
Jimmie Butler, secretary of to Mrs. B. Taylor, the pastor'swife.
the Trustee Board; Louise V, f _J
Crumady, secretary of Fl- Pulpit guests were: Rev. B.'
trance; Deacon Edward Jefferson 1.. Wynn, Rev Odoms, Rev.
:, superintendent of the Sunday Jackson, Rev Jones, Rev
School; Mrs. C.B.Parsons, Lockett, Oscar Hillman, Mrs.
BTU, Mrs P.R. Love, Mrs. brazton Love and Mrs.- 1..V. if,
LVi Cf1IJD.Id) Mrs. Latlmore Crumady were musicians. The
supervisor of Youth, Mrs. Carl monthly communion. service < Y I

Collier, Miss B.J. Collin was at 4 p.m. + ,, .
reporters and Mrs BatesStewart The Choral Group win serve 4S .L

church clerk. an day Sunday, July 28, along +"
Sunday School was omitted with Usher Board No. I. f
because of the special march, Shown above are officials and members, as well as guests, of the St. Paul Missionary Baptist' St. Yet Missionary Baptist Church, formerly at 716 Stonewall Street, has a new church
which the participating choirs Church marching into their new church home at 3738 Winton Drive Impressive ceremonies edifice. Members, adults and children alike, are shown la the picture above u they enter the
led. Deacon 1.. Mallory of Mt. were Involved in the reestablishing of the congregation, beaded by Rev. Eddie E. Taylor, new church building, 3738 Winton Drive The church Is pastored by Rev Eddie E. Taylor
Calvary Baptist led the Invo Choirs Union Holds minister. From the left, Identified, are: Phillip Attack, Mrs. Ida Lewis, Mrs. A. Bullock, Shorn la the picture are Deacon Edward Jefferson Superintendent of the Sunday School,
cation. A representative of the Mrs. Lola Simmons, oldest member bearing the flag Rt."lontS, familiarly known u Dean Brother Crumady, Deacon George Brown, (close to the door) and many others Photo By
mayor brought greetings. Mrs. Jones, Rev. B.L. wynn, Rev. Lockett, Rt.,. Eddie E. Taylor, pastor, Irene Joyce Scurry, BOB SMITH.
Frances G.1burstOD introducedthe Monthly Meet SundayThe flag bearer, youngest member Deacon Braxton Love, extreme rear. Photo By BOB SMITH. i
master of ceremonies,Rev.
B.L. Wrnn, moderator of the Exdosive ladies
Sweetfield Street
Baptist Everson
Union ProgressiveAsaocWicn.T Friendly West Side Choir I
Union will bold its monthly mass Three Year OMTCHO
Occasion Hw Special Meet
e was given by CHURCH NEWS Sweet field Baptist Church
revival service Sunday July 28. Celebrate
Ushers
Deacon Dorsey E. Parson. A Rev. D.B. Barnes, pastor, will !
in the maID unit of I L Paul WiHiiau I
duet I was rendered by the CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 hear a Sunday report on Men's The Exclusive Ladles Social
I
Trader Sisters, Mrs. E.I. Al- Baptist Church, Baldwin. Fla. Leaster Smith in*charge. The morning service begins at 11:30 Day, according to the church's and Saving club will hold a Eversoa Street Baptist II
tack and Mrs. V. lamea. at 2.30. WIN Site .with Deacon Deacon ssermons rut office. Captains will report. special social at tne home of Church's Usher Board No. 1
servicebegonWsit
evening
combined choirs of Mt.
Deacon Love The 5 p.m. Both Mrs. Fletcher Young I
officially presented charge. The Regular services will be held Mr. and will celebrate the 24th anniversary
the key to the pastor. Pleasant Baptist, Callahan, and Little Tena Williams, three be preached by the pastor, Rev. B. Robinson. The church is at Sunday, beginning with the Sunday S220 Croland Road, on July 27. Sunday at the church (
boards of St.
Rev' Jackson of Mt. Calvary, the combined usher H. F. years old, daughter of Marsha First and Pearce. School at 930.: Superintendent The next meeting wilt be with at 3 p.m. Rev. A.F. Cummings
poke briefly for the visiting Paul, will serve. Mary Williams, 2064 West 18th. will McKlnnon and his staff Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Deal 633 of West Union Baptist will beta
ministers. Mrs. Marine Salary Bellmany will serve as musician. be presented in ber first recital EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH will be In charge.A report from West 12th, Sunday, July 28. charge. Mrs. Hattle Waters ''I
sang. Rev. Odoms read the Mrs. Ruby Stewart is Union Sunday night, July 28. Tuesday Teachers' meeting and Prayer meeting will be held the recent Congress will be* Mrs. Cora Brooker Is presi Is president.AOEHCY .-
Scilptures. President. Rev. Lee Mo- at 6 p.m. at the Church of with the pastor and officers ia charge. On Wednesday Choir given by delegates.Rev.Barnes dent. Mrs. Dorothy Woods Is.eoorter.
Rev. R.L.Jones,speaker,pre- Queen is spiritual advisor. the Living God No. 2, Tines No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Thursday at noon prayer serviceis will preach both sermons. .
and Carrie Streets. held at the church. Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 8 p.m. Sun
Ten has been trained by Mrs. day School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Mamie Fields and
Tabernacle Baptist Super Gospel Express Alberta Latlmore. Tena is be* Deacon George Smith la charge. Consecration will be told FOR INTERNATIONAL. 'DEVELOPMENT

hired to be the youngest gospel at 10:50: with the deacons In charge. Baptism will be administered -
Clubs Hold AnnualsThe I P Plans Big Anniversary singer Jacksonville.Tens la the morning. The fellowship service begins at 230. 1.1 DEPARTMEK1 elF"; STItt'

will sing favorite gospel B.T.U. will open at S p.m., with Deacon James Phillips ia limited number
Tabernacle Baptist Institutional The anniversary of the Super numbers. Mrs. Tbelma Edwards charge. The evening worship begins at 6.30: p.m. Choir No. 1 Seeks applicants for of
Church W.E. Young ass 1 Gospel Express will be held will be Mistress of I.DcIlunlor Choir End Usher Board No..1 and the Junior Baord openings In specialized: categories In
Willing Workers Clubs will observe Sunday, July I8,.at the Elks ceremonies. Nathaniel Jackson .will serve Miss Loretta Rollins and C.B. Fisher wW be In
their )Joint anniversarieson auditorium Amherst Street,andF will give the Occasion. All charge of music. The Children's Choir and the Junior Choir VIETNAM

Sunday afternoon aI 2 p.m, in Brunswick, Ca The program groups are invited to tab part. win give.a program after evening service \
la the church auditorium.'Mrs.' "will begin' at 1:30: p.m. .Mrs. 'Amanda Collins is sponsor. t : s .
Pearl Denlfleld and Mrs. Ida Special guests win be Mayor Transportation can be had Jickstivllft
HTBtVKWS IN Fleri.1iMm1
(
,King are presidents. Crefiy, L. McDonald, Rev. E. by Bus No 12, to Carrie and r
Sunday School begins at 9.30 I C. Tillman the Mighty Kings, .Beaver.. 3,000 Delegates WIN Alteri \
with Superintendent Mrs. .1 Celestials, Four Souls, Sensational .. !)-, Ml 21 *+ fHI" ". Ml! HJHI '.

Hew Solomon will make in their charge.reports Delegate 1 I Croups Ones from, Gospel Georgia Express, True St. Pawl l WCrewi Stale A.M.E. Meet At E.W.C.

Sunday morning concerning the I red to ChlsurchciGodd The State Meeting of the Sunday Schools A.C.E. Leagues and ASSISTANT AREA DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS NURSE EDUCATION ADVISORS
convention BunneU ..,ally of the Missionary Societies of the A.M.E.C6urcb in Florida, will Assist Vietnamese provincial officials In Advise aa assist Vietnamese Ineffective
Rev. W.E. Young win speak in. in Christ of Southeast, Ga.Rev.R. be held at Edward Waters College August 5 to 9, with Bishop civil operations and help coordinate and conduct of nursing school programs.
the morning service. All youth L. Lambert of Ft. Laud- At SwHhy MeetThe E.C. Hitcher presiding.The support wide range of A.LD. activities, Require graduation from accredited
choirs and Usher Board No. 2 ordale, general overseer, will 28 Presiding Elders 01114 of Edward; waters College, has '.g., strengthening local government, school of nursing with Masters Degree la
win serve. The Teachers' be honored. Mrs. Haul Davis King and Queen of St. district have Informed the made elaborate plans for the budget, "aeU-help" development for Nursing Education, plus 7 years nurse
meeting will be Wednesday at is secretary. Paul's A.M.E. Church will be Housing Committee Chairman, housing and entertainment of the local schools, health clinics, agricultural teaching experience, plus working experience
645. All youth choirs will re- crowned during a special program Rev. A.R. Richardson and Rev. many delegates. development and wells. Bachelor'sor at various staff nursing
beam Wednesday at ISO. Tiny RidhUTDOA1 at the church. on Sunday, A.C. Chandler, that more than During the sessions several Master's degree preferably la public services through policy making level
Prayer meeting will be at ,.so. July 28. "3,000 delegates will be in at minister, because: of their contributions administration, political science, economics single. Salary;$10,500-$13,000 per year,
A financial contest will take in the field of religion -
tendance. of developing nations. Far East plus a 25% hardship bonus,and furnished
Christian Ladies place between Theodore Law- Bishop Hatcher announced win be given honorary degrees studies, or related fields. Recent experience quarters.
rear and Mrs. Dorothy Brown, of Doctor of Divinity. I
the two newly-elected: bishops preferably overseas, in leadership
Stewards, and between C. A. Bishop A. Dowey Robinson, They will be: Rev. Y. B. Bruce, position in com m \i a 11 y NURSE ANESTHETISTS ;
Service Club MeetsThe Willis and Mrs. Irene BlIP, Washington, and Bishop Henry A.H. Hunter, Charles I. Tos- development and management, disaster
Trustees. W. Murphy, Los Angeles, will ton, 8. Andrews, J. D. Geroge, relief or broad local government administration t.equlre Registered Nurse and Anesthetists !
Christian Ladles Serving Sunday morning services will be honored guests and will J. B. Blake &JI4.1. Campbell. which ,demonstrates Certificates, plus 2 years experience 1
Club will celebrate the second' be carried on )Jointly, with the preach during the sessions. Rev. J.B. BlacknelllstheSate aptitude for ''\he previously described specifically in all types of anesthesia j
anniversary In the Colossians adults and the Juniors participating. Bishop Robinson will deliver Director: of Christian Education. duties. Equivalent experience to techniques; single
Baptist Church on August IS. Music win be renderedby the sermon August 6 at 10 a.m. Rev. Walter S. White Is substituted for academic may Salaryi $8,000-$12,000 per year, plus a
Sunday School begins at.9.30 Choir No. 1, the Ada Bracy at St. Paul A.M.E. Church. State Superintendent of Sunday., ments. some require 25% hardship bonus, and furnished quar

with the superintendent and Choir, the Gospel Chorus and Mrs. Oretha T.Hatcher,Episcopal Schools. Rev. A.W. Cottrell is Salary $6,80012,000 per year,plus a ters.
teachers la charge. The mornIng the Male Chorus. The Junior supervisor, has announced State President of the A.C.E. 25% hardship bonus and furnished quar- PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORS
worship begins at 11 am. Choir will be the serving group. that the women will be Leagues. Mrs. W.E.A. Harris ters. (Vietnam and Other Free World Countries)
The evening worship all p.m. Senior ushers will be assisted in charge on August 8 at St. is Y.P.D. Director.:
Rev. R. J. Crawford pastor, by the Junior group Stephen's A.M.E. Church, Rev. Rev. T.E. Sashes, Administrative REFUGEE RELIEF OFFICERS\ Five years experience executive o:supervisory
level la Federal State local
will deliver both sermons. Deaa of Theology E. W.Webster Assistant, has reportedthat or
J.S. Johnson pastor.Mrs.Hate Advise (or participate with) Vietnameseand law enforcement. Degree In Police Administration
service Is held
Prayer every I of Edward Waters College classes will be August 6 I
her win be assisted by Mrs. officials
UJS. government on planning and allied fields and
overseas
Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. will speak ia the morning. The W.A. Jennings end.tilt seven at 8 a.m. More than 400 pas for or operation of refugee relief programs experience desirable.
College students of St. Paul will tors will be ia attendance.:
conference presidents.Dr.
Activities include initial reception :
"
Salary ,500 $15,000 per year, plusa
In the even
Prince HaD Club Tiny recitalist Tina Williams' ing.present Miss a program Yvonne Hicks will toin W.B. Stewart President and registration;emergency medical 25% hardship bonus(Vietnam)and furnished
protege of Mrs. Alberta Latl attention temporary shelter; furnishing quarters. I IAUDr.'ORS
more, will be pr.senttcllDcOQ- charge. Your beautician of subsistence commodities; organisation -
Plans Meet Sunday cert for the first time Sunday professional of work projects and self-help programs

night, July 28, at 6 p.m., at ; knows the answer.. ; resettlement. Require appropriate Vietnam, and Other Free World Countries) ,
The Prince Ball Masonic Club the Church of The Living God, overseas experience with an assistance I
will meet at the Masonic Ball, Require recent: B.S with minimum 24
Tulsa and CUrie Streets. The or voluntary organisation or related .
913 Jefferson, Sunday, at 4p.m. concert: is open to the public. stateside experience which semester hours accounting supplemented
This meeting has beencalledon demonstrates aptitude for the previous by I years experience public accounting -
the order of Illustrious Daniel ly described duties. College degree with or Internal audits private industry i
Hudson. All Mason and Heroines A. FMif, Masers, Is peroxide needed to major in a Social Science desirable. or government. C.P.A. preferred J
of the order are expected. Salary $6,800-$12,000 per year, plus a Salary: $6,500-$ Vletnmandturn-;
Lady Juanlte McClendon is re- Will be lodge HawrN 25% hardship bonus and furnished quarters a 25% hardship bonus( )

Porter. A. Fleming, standing Masonic color unwanted gray hair? _____ ished quarters. ,
figure, will be honored
.
Leader Saturday with an appreciation BENEFITS:' Pre-tour training up to 10 months with Pay-Language Training (Some Cases)-
'fcf jtnniny j| 7 p.m. at the Mas- Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray Periodic Pay Increases-. Vacation and Sick Leave-.Reduced Cost Health and Life Insurance
onlc Temple, 410 Broad Street halr-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re Plans=Minor Dependent Education and Family Separation Allowance (Some Cases)}.-PX
The honoree Is a thirty-third laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older Privileges When Available. _.
degree Mason and has served than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging REQUIREMENTS: Applicants for the positions listed above must be VS. c1Ur.ena'or at least
as Deputy Grand Master. Be effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide S years (citizenship only required for secretaries; in excellent physical condition; willing
; has put more than 50 years into Rev. T.E.:Shehee will be the halrcolorlng which may change the natural hair color while to serve a minimum of 18 months abroad without families; qualify a test for ability to learn
the field of Masonry. All Masons administrative assistant for all coloring gray. a foreign language (some positions). "
will be in full regalia. activities Involving the mam- Professionally-trained hairdressers know the importance of

Thomas Williams is reporter. 'moth A.M.E. State meeting at their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a ,TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS
The Order of Shrines will Edward Waters College tram problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi
meet Thursday_night all p.m. August 5 to 9.. Rev. Sashes permanent Loving Care* hair color lotion without peroxide. |For Information or Appointment July 29 Monday and Tuesday, July 29 SOBtct.nnIDI
Monday, A.LD. Suite
reports that classes will begin to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They '
ale SffiKJS on August 6 at 8 a.m., and that also find Care blends back color faded by chemical Telephone: (904) 355-4411 Robert Meyer Motor Hotel 1'I
Nrgla ill Loving ,
more than 400 pastors win to in 9 A.... to 6 P.M. Julia t West Monroe Sts., Jacksonville, Fta.
attendance. More tllaaJ.OOOdelepte. processing. Because of Its mildness, Loving Care maintains'healthy I Call Collect If Out of Town I A.... to 6 P.M. .
Wirs.Ip'At St. .PHI'I'1ie looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
are expected. Meetings Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving' re for her 1
Calvin' YDf hurchleader win be held on the campus. hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. PLEASE BRING RESUME OR FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION Reddlck, c Nightingale Saving Club The Right Reverend E.C.Hatc Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand
'at'Mt Morlah A.M.E. Church, will worship with St.' Paul A. her Is presiding Bishop and win the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most AFTER JULY 30, application: for the above positions may be made by submitting resume
wfll play aa important role in M. E. Church Sunday morning host Bishop Murph and Bishop personalized haircolorlng effects every time she visits her salon.. tot Vietnam Recruitment: Agency for International .Development, Washington, D.C; 1053.
the anniversary celebration of as the guest of Mrs. Matti Robinson Mrs. Oretba T.Hatc-
If dislike and want not ask
no peroxide why your
you gray
'
from 11 to Plttmaa and Mrs. Maggie La-
the church August her will serve as Episcopal
beautician to it with Care
18, according to Rev. ,J., ". sare. The next regular meeting Supervisor for the women Dr. glamorize Loving A.LD. Is An Equal Opportunity Employer ,
Jones, pastor. The church is will be with Mrs.. Lola B. W. B. Stewart is president of .CUIrollnc.lM7 Courtesy el CWrol Inc
located at 99 Oak Street. Philip, 1109 W.lttbSt. Edward Waters College.

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I Mt. Carmel Baptist Women Celebrate Anniversary July 28-1




I Guest. Speakers Aid Officials Me Co 11. Singers Celebrate Jekevih's- Witnesses NM



WIN Be Preseit For 'ro raws -j For MamMoth Aipst Meet'


Mt. Carmel Baptist Church's Women will celebrate their frr _____ Jehovah's Witnesses will invade Jacksonville oo August is
I annual Women's Day on Sunday July 28, with services throughout for 'Good News For All Nations Comrentlon at the Cine

the daY. Re,. J. M.. Haxelton pastor. Auditorium.

Mrs.. J. M. HaxeltonwlUserveas Shirley Munson, Miss Gwend t {.. .Committees and leaders are sist.

Pastor for the day. olyn Griffin, Miss Janice Farr, y Dow working toward getting a Minister John Stephens, minister
Sunday school: will begin at Miss Debra Wells Miss Rutha +ti ', yc a: complete listing of all hotels of West Unit Congregation

9.30 with Mrs. Alice Walker Eubanks Miss Marahan Ford.: .t. and motels in the area. Two said, "In 1964 our attendance -
: .
u Guest Superintendent Other And: Misses Jancie Hall, leaders, Minister Richardson of went over 12,000 and
participants on the Sunday Gwendolyn Stevenson, Precllla P .dII the East Side Congregation d finding adequate accomodations
School program will be: Mmes Smith, Sernatta Mutt, BarbraG. Minister Stephens of the West for everyone was quite a job..

Sandra Boyer Gladys Murry Wllcos Thelma Hazeton, ; Side Congregation, are making We hope to hate sufficient list

Mary James, Odessa Burgers, Caren Gall Simmons Shirley an appeal through the FLORIDA lugs by the first week-in August
Anna Wells Mary Henderson, Wllkerson, Betty G. Brown,Debra STAR for Information u to with the help of the local bro

Rossle Carter Mary Nelson, Slaughter Debra Banks 1 housing for the more than 17,000 thers and the cooperation. tithe
will
Mrs. Rosla Stevenson
Emma
Jones visitors who will come to the people of Jacksonville."
Mrs. J. M. Hazetton will speak .speak at 630. Devotlonals will ,4- Minister Stephens said each
city.
in That be led by Mrs. Jenkins Mrs.
the service.
morning Fire thousand of these will be delegate will submit a completeroom
service 11 The Plassle Rogers will bring the _
at
begins a.m. official delegates. Of the 12,000 request form that will
will be led welcome address.The response
processional by the accomodations
of
according to E.W.Hooper Contention list the type
will from Mrs.M.Under.
Who Will Prayer Band. Mrs. come
Manager most will needed and the number attend-
Mary Slater will give the responsive Mrs. Dora Washington will read
Mrs. Annie the Scriptures. The Missionary come from Northern Florida,
reading Stephen
Southern and Aiahann said entire families
Georgia
Mae Williams of the Morning Prayer will be given by Mrs. t'
At a kickoff meeting last week attend u a unit.
Star Baptist Church will read .Josha Manning.
in the Auditorium Mr. "With the problems that are
be .Civic
the Scriptures. Mrs. Emma Other particlpanta'wW :
Mrs. :Hooper>> presented three main plaguing the family circle today
Francis Washington
Melton will supervise the raising Mrs. ,
of the offering, represent- Fend, Mrs. Mary Mathls Mrs .e pre-assembly! needs:. The.listing throughout the entire earth, the
will feature sessions
Will of available motels and contention
log Macedonia Baptist McKlnnlon, Mrs. Novee
Other morning participants lams, Mrs. C. Hooks and Mrs. hotels; the explaining of the designed to aid each member of

will be Mrs. Willie Mae Foster I. Paris. providing of accommodations in the family. The program will
1 Mrs. Essie Bell Adams Other officers for the day will homes and the outlining of the consist of Bible lectures,

Mrs. Lellla Mae Robinson, UnIon be: Chairman, Mrs. Verdell _need of a staff of 2,000 for the d r a mlthaUo.adII-
Progressive Baptist; Mrs. Simpson; Co-chairman. Mrs. operation of at least 20 depar cussions and symposiums, and

Llllle Lee, Mrs. Fannie Garnlor Chrlstabell) Chair Lady Mrs. convention departments.Mr. stress worship u a family:

Friendly Baptist, Mrs. Mary Slater; Programs, Mrs. Hooper>> said Gordon J. ,unit," Stepehns said.
Verla Saddler St Matthews Annie M. Mobley, Mrs. Plague Hoce, supervising minister Jar Persons with rooms can: list
Mrs. Estella Jacksonville has been appointed them at the contention headquarters
Baptist, Mrs Johnnie Mae At- Rogers, Rogers;
Pearllne Mrs. : to coordinate the Rooming 6603 San Juan Avenue;
YIJI. Mrs. Josephine Mrs. Tisby, Central
Maley Ararat Essie B. Adams. Finance Committee Accomodatlons: Work for the or call M9-8023, or the

Baptist, Mrs. Elisabeth Hall, members will be Mrs. Contention. L. Johnson will as Unit, HOS West State Street

Spring Hill Baptist Mrs.Char Alma Canodote Mrs.Edith Me- The McCall Singers will celebrate their twentieth anniversary and Fnutkiin, on toe east owe. 1M program ww Degas at

lotte Griffin and Mrs. Christ- Daniel, Mrs. Daisy Smith Mrs. Sunday bight, July It, at the.Triumph Holiness Church, Third .1.30 p m.
aben Baker, Cochairman.Mrs. Willie.... Foster Mrs Emma. e vah's Witnesses

Caren Gail Simmons wW Clark, Mrs. Loiter Eubanks. :
speak la the afternoon service. Member of the Direction Committee Masons Will'HoldMeet Payne Chapel AME Like City Ch.rchWIN :

Other participants will be Miss will be Mrs. Betty Pinkney -

Mrs. Inn Wright On the At Mt. Calyary Announces Dual Day IsstsH New Minister

Aribir Goodman Will Tag Committee will be: Mrs. Payne A.M.E.; Church's Dual

Pauline Grlsby,Guest,Spring- Temple Lodge Wo. 340 F. It Day plans have been completed, LAKE CUT FLA.: The Sister Welcome Baptist Church of

Direst la Gainesville Members A.M. will hold Its anniversary according to Rev R.A. King, Lake City will be the scene of Installation services for the
Arthur Goodman and the Jack* of the choir of the program Sunday, July 28, at the 'pastor. newly chosen pastor Rev. Paul E. Fountain, of Jacksonville.

sample Community Choir will St Matthews Baptist and Mt Calvary Baptist Church at Chairman will be Clarence From July 31 to August 4. Services will begin each nightat f i d 9

have full charge of services Sprlnghlll Baptist Church who 2.30p.m. Eagletoo and Mrs. Minnie L., 730. The church is located 011.the Old Columbia City
Sunday night at the First Baptist win participate will be: Misses Participants will be Brothers Clark. Co-chairman will be Road. miles off Route 90, In Lake City..

Church. Jacksonville, Gall Griffin, Sandra Griffin, Loud,. High Priest of. Zerrlbtlla Mrs. Katie Bar kin and JJ. Ben- Ministers and congregations ion. The alternate will be Rev. S
Beach.! Rev H. H. Wright is Sharon Wright, Bridget Hall, Lodge Robert Petti-. kin. will be present through R.A. Griffin, Vice-moderator 1

pastor. The service starts af7p.m. 'Delores Duke, Roseau Baker, ford, Grand TreanrtTt.la The services will be beldSun- .the week. On the opening night of the First Central Baptist
ShirkWllkerson.. Hamilton, Worthy Master, Rev. E. L.
< ; day July 28. Mrs. EsteUe W.Mckfeslck Edwards and the' Association.On .
Loud, Worthy Master, Johnny St. Joseph Baptist Church tr)
of
local educator, and buoday at t p.m. Rev K.
James
grtppen Hawkins Put wife of the Jacksonville will be present C. McLennan and
pastor of Bethel Fellowship
grand 'I'r..urer. Clarence !ti,: r.
UOUtV DJ. Perry of Morning
of Otis M. Baptist Institutional Church, Is Baptist will be present Rev. v
Havens Moore Uoyd Star
the Baptist C&lDtIYWe.aDdol Lee McQueen and
morning speaker Rev congregation
District Pearson, Jr.Deputy, Henry and Simmons Ernest, White Young,educator and pas*. wills Baptist, Live Oak, Fla..' of Royal) Tabernacle Baptist :: I:
be !
13teJr4 present with his
Pierce Worthy Master. tor of Bethel A.M.E., Callahan con will also be present FA Ida, r -
gregations.On
Others wW be Decoa John will give the night airman. night, August !. MDovah's .1rItDt..1.000. with 5,000 delegates will be in
b Fruits Rev. J. C. Mrs. McBride of Grant Mem.orial Thursday night Re,. Webb Rev M. M. Smith of Broad Jacksonville from August IS to It and will hold forth at the
: Burnsey aDd the
FIlNiR"LHOME and Rev. Waryee.Fleradele A....!. will sing la the conrreratioa. (,.of the Street Baptist Mission, Jack .Civic Auditorium. Two important ministers la the contention

.morning II n lee. Woodrow tom will preside at all planning are shown, above., L.B.Rlcby.dsOllrf&tlti': ; is*of the

Prayer Band Carl of St Stephen's A.MJ. East Side Congregation. John L, Stephens oo the right leads
,. will sing at nightPride Sunday school will begin at the West Side Congregation.. This will be known as the Good
Will Have TeaThe 10 a. m. The morning worship Mews For All Nations convention. The Watchtower office of

Individual Service Of Mateo begins at 11 a.m, the evening the Watchtower In Jacksonville Is located at: _660) San Juan.
AVAILABLE TO EVERYONEREGARDLESS Floradale Community worship! at 6 p.m.Deacon Frank <

prayer Band will have a Will Meet Soon Blue Is Chairman of the Deacon
OF spiritual tea at the home of Board. Mrs. Elsie P. Wilson -
Mrs. Grant, 1709 University The Pride of Maceo Temple Is secretary.

FINANCIAL' .1 ."'', CONDITION Street Mrs ,Clara oo July Brlnkley 26, at will I p.m.be. No.Mrs.166 Hattie will meet L August James is I, +. | 'CHURCH NEWS: |

\ 'LADY ATTENDANTS speaker. daughter Ruler. Queen B.
.Williams Is reporter. St. Stephen'sAnniversary
STAFF ORGANIST UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTET CHURCH

AIR CONDITIONED .-- I Church school meets at 9.30 with Mrs. Lola M. Robinson and

I ji4 BURIAL SHIPPING SISTER BESSIE teachers la charge. The 11 ...., service will be la charge of

Deacon James &111nIoa. The pastor or an appointee will preach.
She will read entire life and I
-past, present
your
CRKMATION future. She asks no questions but will tell you] Is Aipst i 11 i Choir No. 3, along with Usher Board No.3 will serve. At 7 p.m.,
CALL DAY OR all choirs will combined
NIGHT musical for Women's
u what want to know giving date and facts of I vMrs. Day.
you ,
r The seventh of StStephen's Sunday, August 23. Beasts &
business love health and family affairs. Will anniversary Pollard Is chairman. Rev.
A.M.E. Church will Jake Ray Is pastor. Mrs. Leomla
Ambulance Miller is reporter. The church
help find lost art TELL whom will|
you you you
be celebrated is located at 613 Pippin.
on Sunday August
marry and when If the one you love Is true what i
I 11.
: Ibl-XCII to do to be successful Will reunite the separated i
Officers elected are ChaIr- MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH
locate absent friends' and relatives and causebapplrest ]
between man and wits. Make up lover's I Iquarrels. REV. P. E. FOUNTAIN man, Mrs Jennie Vet Crock- Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at ':30. with
I I sit; Co-chairman Mrs. Haul Nathaniel Singleton and teachers in charge. The lesson will be
"I"
4815 AYE Tells if sickness and bad luck are church from Lake City will oft.kite.
Howard .. Blake Mrs.Olivia reviewed by
Mary an appointee. The senior class will accompany Mrs.
natural evil influence and bad luck.Does _
I enemies On Friday night, August Forest and Neat Bland. Polite to the state
convention at Zion
ARNETT P ROGERS L.F.D.; Hot tell to pleaseyou. but will tell the truth. One visit will repay, 2. Rev. L. Johnson and the Mrs. Louise Geawright Is Ad- devotional services will at Nape Consecration and
begin 10.4S
with
the deacons
for in all others I not read lifelike
disappointments only
you your congregation of Falling Creek
visor. Mrs. Sadie Tills Is Co tharp. Music will be
given choirs
No.
t
and No. 4, with
an open boot, but also help you out of your TROUBLES. will be present '
Junes Kitchen
ordinator. Chairmen of the at the instruments. The
Come and see why you are so unhappy when everything seems On Sunday, August 4, at H Re sermon wUlbe delivered
Board b1
Planning ar.llra. Ear- *
to go wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick and worried ...., Rev I, Rents of Lake 2 fLJohnson' former pastor ol st. Matthew Baptist
tha McGowa and now
c.
Mrs. .
when. you can be helped and everything made clear by consulting City and Rev Hardy Jacksonand Ruby Deaconess Board No. t will meet afterwith
Johnson. On the Finance Committee the morning service. The
B.Y. P.U. hour will at 5 JO
NO MAIL begin ,
THS GIFTED MEDIUMl Everybody welcome. .
congregation of the Brooklyn -
are Mrs. Mimic 1Ir.. M.L. PolIte
ANSWERED I mate no house calls. Don't mistake the address. Band! Taylor lI'tbarre. The special feature will be
Prayer Jacksonville
i I, Chairman, Mrs. McVella Pauline given b1 lane Melton, Gall Bammonds and Mrs Beatrice
John
11 SISTER BESSIE Is located of Callahan U.s..n.I
north on will be
present. Sunday at 3
mfJ1J Mrs. Henrietta Howard son. The Bttto drill will be given by Mrs. Bessie Merchant
mile from of 879-2250.
oo llt l/l City CALLAHAN Florida. Phone: p.m. the services will be conducted -
Otis Speights. Cornelious Evening
Worship win
Boyd begin at 6.30
WATCH FOR HER SIGH IN FRONT.OF HOUSE by Rev. E. E. Taylor p.m. Usher Board No. 3
will
SPORTSMAN MOTEL. and Oscar Taylor On Ads and serve allda7. Other services Include Prayer Meeting TIII.da .-
Across the Street from and the ;
of
congregation the St.
Sponsors are:Chairman,James night;, Bible i Study Tuesday night RehearsalsfoirChoirs
Open daily 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.flTBS Paul Church ;
Baptist Jacksonville G. Genwright, Mr. and Mrs. No. I and No. '.We QLIPPINQ< _ENTTLEO6U JO A $5, REAPING for JZ. Rev Taylor is Third A
t JJeSll1 Louis Wilson, Rosa Curtis,Audrey Jio. Jiednesda The church U located at >333 Franklin St,
vice-moderator of the Union Jones.Othe at"th. Mrs. Bessie Merchant is reporter.
,
J, Progressive Baptist Assoclat- r committees are Decorating '

Harry Johnson, Mrs. NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH

I A MATXMU ADO rEUI"HOCAll*f allOW MIDTOWN'fURNITURE CO Pallbearers Lodge Albert Rufur and the Pulpit PraJer Meeting for the revival will begin Monday night and

Aid Board Publicity, Mrs.J.V. rna to Friday night The revival begins August U.: Re,. LL

OM WM1 insets 121 US BIT SIKH '353-6195' Meet WednesdayThe Crockett. Mrs. Basel Howard Norman, pastor of Morning Star Baptist Church, will preach.
Sunday School Dr. Arthur C. He Is from Read1nr, PI.. School be&iDS at ':30 &.JIL. wwa

.. Nq Interest No Carrying Charges Palbearers Grand Union Madrey, Miss CharlesetterSplcer Deacon Eunice Dunaoa In char The lesson will reviewed
: Do you have questions about &$ 6il"r Lodge 224<< will meet Wednesday ; Young People, Mr. and by the putor. Rev. E.1. Norman The morning worship begins
pest Crisis nation FREE DEUYERYHOUSE August 7, at 7.30 in the Mrs. Wetton.Blake,Miss Char- at 11 a.m.. with the deacOlllIa charge d deoUona. The Choir
our
pas ever
1 faced Education Building of St. step. lane Taylor and Miss Paulette U4 Ushers Co. I will serve with W.... Means Ia charge ol the
the racial crisis? FULL hen's A.M.E. Church. Mrs. Howard; Programs. 1DIIIIc. District Co. I will meet at the church at 1:30. n. eYeA-.
.Do you have suggestions you'd liktx! Essie H. Campbell la President Programs have been arranged tog worship will be at S P.m. Both sermons will be delivered

to make to the Black and the White '. for the week. Ministers of .by the pastor. Location, m4 East 30th Street
leadership about how to FURNITURE I* the city and their congregations
solve it? PALMER'S ,will be present The eommltt- MT. MOR1AH A....!. CHURCH

Do you want to hear what other 'ee meets every Tuesday nightat Sunday School begins at 11:45. with Mrs. Pauline Bryant In

: ordinary citizens ask peopleJohn FULL PRICE [ "SKIN SUCCESS" 7-pjn. la the educational charge. The morning service begins at 11 L" The Junior

;. Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and 449.95 OINTMENT building. Church departmeD& W1U line No.and mimic will be rendered b1
Choir !Co.
a and Usher
what sort of tuaa HUB nan m Board U4 No. 3. The terms wW
: 'I answers they come uPI Includes: : 1I.'If.( Mt SCM.IM W Washington' fort be by the putor. At 'I p.m.. the evening service wW
: with? Make yourself heard and hear it 7 pc. Bed Room Suite: 'ISIIYtI wni,nwMm mum. uti Reports from clad teachers wW be btctL'
M t in ma par wu main m. made.
all on NIGHT CALL, the new, nationwide Double Bed, Mattress and Spring, Chest, Dresser Honors Anniversary.
mass 'IKCISr'"
telephone call-in show. 7 pc. Living Room Suite: j ea..w ". McklM 0"'tmuum M1 (MlNM1I Washington Court 206 will celebrate CHANT MEMORIAL A.M.E. CHURCH
Sofa Bed, Chair, 3 tables 2 Lamps wb .Ar .. .- .{ Ha xAIK ,, "Let' Keep SaItJ" will
.. .... ...... tbef1ity-secohdaanlver be the theme ol the
Yap
6t"hq H II used
w '
I U/DUP1130: p-H-To 1230: A.M. 5 pc. Dinette Set -.-. H .......,. Mi .... M* HIM nary oo August 18 at St Stephens Dr. ReddIck, pastor Sunday morning at 10U.sermon The minister br
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Gu or Electric Range w III 110oo 11Ift. HI.Min will discuss "VIsIODS
II
') A. M. E. Fifth; The
Cljurch, SuctllUJ" Ia the
siNUd
service at :45-
"ffl\nUuoihy '
Tlniih Friday Refrigerator with Cross Top>> Freezer .uid.wmecca. r.AMr! C's: n. Sunday School
III Davis. begins at
and Mrs. Leila Camp ':30 wash AS Rae ,
and his
a.I suns.M.M.tm. -lCIitIIIoI........ In cba.rre. TIle staff
Male
f till Cillict bell is Most Ancient Matron Chore wm
2127493311Tbe All NEW EXCEPT APPLIANCESWe enar line daring bo'h major .r-
United Methodist Church 44c mCI .. 'llii-Elitt Robinson Is reporter. vices tmder the dlrectloo or 1Ir.. E.... RJtharclsoD, cbrcIa
ot uMVrawtreoey orpaiat. II1sa SharOll
Released have a complete selection of Vinyl and Cushion Floor Baker wu crowDe4111sa Grant MemorIaL
:
cooperation with the ,
Miss
SIlt I" art eel ea Cynthia Dawson
= National Council of Churches Linoleum cut to your measurements, BET NUD-TO-TOC PMTtCTHNMM 'was third, The thatch La placeS k.ateclIIZ'l sewed Miss Patricia I., BedlSkk

t .National Catholic Office for Radio and Television CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOME HH -LI 1 Clay Street
sIcuut=
.I *WM : = 1 ,
I Florida CounciLpf Churches kMm.*>M M k.MMVMta > ...-r.1.MM BUY U. S. HUMmVE P VPTBT CHURCH

20 % DISCOUNT ON CASH SALES Ruur*,,Uiui..ta.a..I..4 !Aatr.'g N.......A.A". SAVING BOMB J ]I Sundry School begins CONTINUED at 11:30 With the superlate, g, Mr

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St. Paul Baotist Enters New Church Home Following Impressive Ceremonies. : ::1

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Rev. St. Paul Missionary Moves Upon This Rock ,!
E. E. Tevler Receives Key


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St. Paul Baptist Church oo Sunday, July 21, moved from the old I
location to Us new location oo Wl don Road. An Impressive p

motorcade carried minister, deacons deaconesses, trustees .
and ushers to the new churchhouse. ,

After retching new location sident of the Baptist Brother- yi I fiJ C FiRt !
o
all Joined In the Iarch Into hood, spoke, his subject being SCI v.'r
Church.! Choirs No. 1, Z and 3 "Working In God's House.! He. C
and the Choral Group with pointed out that each member
Usher Board No. 1, served should contribute to the
throughout the day. Flat bearers progress of the church.
were Mother LnlaSimmons Miss Eddie L. Morrett sang
mother of the church, and Irene a request number of the pastor

Joyce Scurry,youngest member Johnny Myers and Phillip Al- roar.
of the church. back took the offering Mrs. B. Jk
Officers participating were: Love presented the visitors
Rev, E.E. Taylor pastor. Rev. Taylor gave 'Echoes of ;
Deacon Love, chairman of the Gratitude.' Oscar Hillman gave /
Deacon Board; Dorsey Parson, best wishes. Mrs. Campbell .r
treasurer; Richard L. Brown, made a presentation from the L
chairman of the Trustee Board; Social and Savings Charity Club r
Jlmmle Butler, secretary of to Mrs. B. Taylor the pastor'swife.
the Trustee Board; Louise V. .

Crnmady, secretary of Finance Pulpit guests were: Rev. B.'
; Deacon Edward Jefferson L. Wynn, Rev Odoms, Rev.
superintendent of the Sun Jackson, Rev Jones, Rev ,E

day School; Mrs. C.B.Parsons Lockett, Oscar Millions, Mrs.braxton '..
BTU; Mrs P.R. Love, Mrs Love and Mrs.. L.V. i iI
1..V. Crnmady. MrS. Latlmore Crumady were musicians. The
supervisor of Youth, Mrs. Carl monthly communion. service r
Collier Miss B.J. Collins was at 4 p.m.
reporters and Mrs MaaeiStewart The Choral Group win serve

church clerk an day Sunday July 28, along
Sunday School was omitted with Usher Board No. 2. .... .
because of the special march, Shown above are officials and members u well U guests, of the St Paul Missionary Baptist- b't.'alll Missionary Baptist Church, formerly at 716 Stonewall Street, has a new church
which the participating choirs Church marching Into their new church home at 3738 Wlnton Drive. Impressive ceremonieswere edifice. Members, adults and children alike, are shown In the picture above u they enter the
led. Deacon L, Mallory of Mt. Involved In the reestablishing of the congregation, beaded by Rev Eddie E. Taylor new church building, 3738 Wlnton Drive The church to postered by Rev Eddie E. Taylor.
Calvary Baptist led the Invocation. Choirs Union Holds minister From the left, identified, are: Phillip Attack, Mrs Ida Lewis, Mrs. A. Bullock, .Shown to the picture are Deacon Edward Jefferson, Superintendent of the Sunday School, I
A representative of the Mrs. Lila Simmons, oldest member bearing the flag, Rev. Jones, familiarly known u Dean Brother Crumady Deacon George Brown, (close to the door) and many others Photo By
mayor brought greetings Ilrs. Jones Rev. B.L Wynn, Rev. Locb, Rev. Eddie E. Taylor pastor, Irene Joyce Scurry, BOB SMITH.
Trances G.Thurston Introduced Monthly Meet SundayThe flag bearer youngest member Deacon Braxton Love, extreme rear. Photo By BOB SMITH.
the muter of ceremonies,Rev

B.L.Union Wynn Progressive moderator Association.The of the. Friendly West Side Choir Sweetfleld Baptist Eidislve ladies Everson Street ,
Three Your OM
Union will bold its monthly mass
Occasion was given by Have Special Meet '
CHURCH NEWS Sweet field Baptist Church.
revival service Sunday: July 28.
Deacon
Dorsey E. Arson A 1. Ushers Celebrate
willbear
Rev D.B. Banes, pastor,
Terra Wirtiins
In the main unit of St Paul
duet was rendered by the CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 a Sunday report on Men's 'The Exclusive Ladles Social
Frailer Sisters, Mrs. E." Al- Baptist Church, Baldwin- Fla. Leaster Smith, to*charge. The morning service begins at 11:30: Day, according to the church's and Saving club wW hold a Eversoa Street Baptist
back: and Ilrs. V. James. at The 230.combined choirs of Mt WIN Sill with. Deacon Joseph McPberson and Deacon Winston Ware In office. Captains will report. special social at tne Dome of Church's Usher Board No. 1
Deacon Love officially pre charge. 'The evening service begins at 8 p.m. Both sermons will Regular services will be held Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Young, will celebrate the 24th anniversary -
sented. the key to the pastor. the Pleasant eomblnechiaberboardiolSt.Baptist, Callahan and Little Tena Williams, three be preached by the pastor, Rev. H. Robinson. The church to at Sunday beginning with the Sunday (220 Croland Road, on July 21. Sunday at the church

Rev Jackson of Mt. Calvary Paul will Mary H. F. years old daughter of Marsha First and Pearce Scbl at 930. Superintendent 'The next meeting will be with at 3 p.m. Rev A.F. Cummings
spoke briefly for the visiting will serve. Williams/ZD" West 18th. will McKlnnon and his staff Mr. and Mrs Alfred Deal, 633 of West Union Baptist will be
Bellmany serve u musician.
ministers Mrs. Marian Salary Mrs. Ruby Stewart Is Union be presented to her first recital EMANUEL BAPTBT CHURCH will be In charge.A report from West 12th, Sunday July 28.Mrs. 4a charge Mrs. battle Waters
sang. Rev. Odoms read the President Rev. Lee Mc Sunday night, July 28. Tuesday Teachers' meeting and Prayer meeting will be held the recent Congress will be- Cora Brooker Is presi Is president
Scat Iptura. at 6 p.m. at the Church of. with the pastor and officers to charge. On Wednesday Choir given by delegates. Barnes dent. Mrs. Dorothy Woods is
Queen Is spiritual advisor.
Rev. R.L.Jones,speaker pre- the Living God No. 2, Yulee No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Thursday at noon prayer service will preach both sermons .toorttr.
and Carrie Streets. to held at the church Choir No. 1 win rehearse at 8 p.m. Sunday -
Tea has been trained by Mrs. School begins at ':30 a.m., with Mrs. Mamie Fields and
Tabernacle Baptist Super Gospel Express Alberta Latlmore. Tea Is believed Discos George Smith to charge. Consecration will be held AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL '' DEVELOPMENT
,,
to be the youngest gospel at 10:50 with the deacons to charge. Baptism will be administered
Clubs Hold Annuals Plans Big Anniversary singer to Jacksonville.Tena to the morning. The fellowship service begins at 2:30. I.S. PAlT..T-lr'TI'

will sing favorite gospel B.T.U. will open at B p.m., with Deacon James Phillips
number
The Tabernacle Baptist Institutional The anniversary of the Super numbers. Mrs. Thelma Edwards charge. The evening worship begins at 8.30; p.m. Choir No. 1 Seeks applicants for limited of
Church W.E. Young and Gospel Express will be held will be Mistress of end Junior Choir t.D4 Usher Board No. 1 and the Junior Baord openings to specialized categories In
Willing Workers Clubs will observe Sunday July 28,.at the Elks ceremonies. Nathaniel Jackson will serve Miss Loretta Rollins and C.B. Fisher *U1 be to
their Joint anniversaries auditorium Amherst' Street,and will give ,the Occasion. All charge of music. The Children's Choir and the Junior Choir

on Sunday: afternoon at 3 p.m., .F, In Brunswick, Ga. The program groups are Invited to take part will give.a program after evening service.C VIETNAM.
'La the church auditorium'Mrs "will begin at 8.30: p.m. Mrs. 'Amanda Collins to sponsor. -
Pearl Denlfield and Mrs Ida Special guests win be Mayor Transportation can be had
King axe presidents. Cref y, L. McDonald Rev. E. by Bus No 12, to Carrie and MTRVIWS IN Jfcfcsmillf, fluid.MHlar .
Sunday School begins At 9:30: C. TUlman, the Mighty Kings, .Beaver 3,000 Deletes WIN Atteei1State
\
with Superintendent Mrs. Celestials Four Souls, Sensational 'July' 21 mi Tttslij, lily 3I.1HI

Busts Solomon will make In their charge.reports Delegates Groups Ones from Gospel Georgia Express True St. Pull l Will A.M.E. Meet At E.W.C.

Salads morning concerning the Churches of God In Unity Gold The State Meeting of the Sunday A.Y.E.burcb Leagues andof ASSISTANT AREA DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS NURSE EDUCATION ADVISORS
convention.Rev. BunneU and the Church of Crown Royalty the Missionary Societies of the to Florida, will Assist Vietnamese provincial officials to
Advise aulst Vietnamese effective
W.E. Young win speak In. la Christ of Southeast, Ga.Rev.R. be held at Edward Waters College August S to 9, with BishopE.C. civil operations and help' coordinate and u school
of
the morning service. All youth L. Lambert of Ft. Laud- At SwHhy. Mitt Hatcher presiding. support wide range of A.ID. aeU'1tftI. Require conduct graduation nursing from accredited programs.
choirs and Usher Board No. S ordale general overseer, will The 28 Presiding Elders of the of Edward Waters College, has eg, strengthening local government
win _n.. The Teachers'meeting be honored. Mrs. Haul DavisIs The King and Queen of St district have Informed the made elaborate plans for the budget, "self-help"' development for, school of nursing with Masters Degree to

will be Wednesday at secretary.Tiiy Paul's A.MJ. Church will be Housing Committee Chairman, housing and entertainment of the local schools health clinics agricultural Nursing teaching Education experience, plus, plus 7 years working nurse experience -
All choirs will crowned during a special program Richardson and Rev delegates.
6.45. youth rehearse Rev. A.R. many development and wells. Bachelor'sor at various staff Iitn1llnDurlinlArYle.
Wednesday at 9:30. RecitafistTBOA1 at the church on Sunday: A.C. Chandler, that more than During the sessions several Master's degree preferably public .. through policy making level
Prayer meeting will be at ,:so. July 2A /. '3,000 delegates will be to at ministers because of their contributions administration, po1Wcalael.nce. economics
single. Salary 510,500.9l3,000peryear
financial contest will take to the field of religion ,
tendance. of developing nations Far East Z bonus and furnished
plus a hardship ,
place between Theodore Lawrence Hatcher announced that will be elYe.boDorarde-
Christian Ladies Bishop studies or related Stilts Recent experience quarters.
and Mrs. Dorothy Brown., the two newly-elected bishops cress of Doctor of Divinity preferably overseas to leadership
Stewards and between C. A. Bishop A. Dowey Robinson" They will be: Rev Y. B. Bruce, position Incom minify NURSE ANESTHETISTS
Senlce Club Meets Willis and Mrs. Irene Baggs, Washington and Bishop Henry A.H. Hunter Charles E. Toe- development and management disaster
Trustees. will ton S. J. D. Geroge equire Registered Nurse and Anesthetists
The Christian Ladies Serving W. Murphy Los Angeles, AJIdr.Wlt relief or broad local government administration -
Sunday morning services will be honored guests and will J. B. Blake and ,i. R.Campbell. which ,demonstrates Certificates, plus 2 years experience
Club anniversary will celebrate In the ColossiansSaptlst the second' be carried on Jointly with the preach during the sessions. Rev J.B. Blackntll Is the State aptitude for \he previously described : specifically all types of anesthesia
adults and the Juniors participating. Bishop Robinson will deliver Director of Christian Educa duties. Equivalent techniques; single.
Church experience be '
on August 12. Music will be rendered the sermon August 1 at 10 a.m. tion. Rev Walter S. White 11'', substituted for academic may Salary 38,000-112,000 per year plus a
Sunday School begins at.9.30 by Choir No. 1. the Ada Bracy at St Paul A.M.E. Church. State Superintendent of Sunday: mauls some require 29% hardship bonus and furnished quar
with the superintendent and Choir the Gospel Chorus and Schools. Rev. A.W. Cottrell is tens
Mrs. Oretha T.Hatcher Episcopal
Salaryi 36,800-112,000 per
In The I' year plus a
teachers
charge. moraine Male Chorus. The Junior
A.CJE.
the supervisor has announced State President of the
25% hardship bonus and furnished PUBLIC SAFETY ADVBORS
at 11 quar
worship begins a.m.
Choir will be the serving group. Mrs. W.E.. Harris
that the women will be Leagues.
ters. (Vietnam and Other Free World Countries
The evening worship at 6 P.BL Senior ushers will be assisted to charge on August 8 at St. to Y.PJ Director I )
Rev. R. J. Crawford pastor, by the Junior group. Stephen's A.M.E. Church, Rev Rev. T.E. Shebee, Administrative REFUGEE RELIEF OFFICERS Five years experience executive or supervisory
will deliver both sermons. Dean of Theology E. W.Webster Assistant has reportedthat level to Federal, State or local
J.S. Johnson Mrs. Hatc: ,
pastor.
Prayer service is held every of Edward Waters College her will be assisted by Mrs. classes will be August 8 Advise (or participate with) Vietnamese law enforcement. Degree to Police Administration
Tuesday at 7.30 and VJS. government !on planning and allied fields and overseas
p.m.. will speak to the morning. The W.A. Jennings and.the seven at 8 a.m. More than 400 pastors relief
for or operation of refugee pro
College student of St.Paul will conference presidents.Dr. will be In attendance experience desirable.
grams. Activities Include Initial reception Salaryi $8,500 Sly 000 plus
present a program to the even- per 7ear.
Prince HaH Club Tiny recitalist Tina Williams' lag Miss Yvonne Hicks will be W.B. Stewart President and registration emergency medical a 29% hardship bonus(Vietnam)and furnished ,
protege of Mrs. Alberta Latl to charge. attention:: temporary shelter; furnishing quarters. r
more, will be presented In concert beautician of subsistence commodities; organization
Plats Meet Sunday for the first time Sunday Adilolstvs Your professional of work projects and self-help programs AUDITORS

Club night July 28. at 8 p.m., at knows the answer. ; resettlement. Require appropriate (Vietnam and Other Free World Countries)
The Prince Hall Masonic the Church of The Living God overseas experience with an assistance
will meet at the Masonic Hall, Yulee and Carrie Streets The or voluntary organization or related Require recent B.S. with minimum 24
913 Jefferson, Sunday: 4p.m. concert to opea to the public. stateside experience which semester hours accounting supplemented
This meeting has been called on: demonstrates aptitude for the previously by 2 years experience public accountIng -
the order of Illustrious Daniel described duties. College degree with or Internal audits private Industry
Hudson. All Mason: and Heroines A. FI..Ing, Mason Is peroxide needed to major to a Social Science de.lrable.Salar11 'or government C.P.A. preferred. j
of the order are expected .8,800-312,000 per year plus a Salary: 16,500-115.000 per year; plusa
Lady Juanlta McClendoa Is re- Wi l be lodge Howros 25% hardship bonus and furnished quar- 29% hardship bonus(Vietnam)and furnished -
porter.. A. Fleming outstanding Masonic color unwanted gray hair? t..... Quarters.

Leader figure, will be honored
p Saturday with aa appreciation BENEFITS? Pre-tour training. to 10 months with PIT-Language Training (Some Cases)-
'beginning at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray Periodic Pay Increases Vacation and Sick Leave-Reduced Cost Health and Life Insurance
Temple 410 Broad Street hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical relaxingcan Plans Minor Dependent Education and Family Separation Allowance (Some Cases)-PX
The honoree to a thirty-third dull a woman's appearance and make her look older Privileges When Available. _
degree Mason and has served than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging REQUIREMENTS: Applicants for the positions listed above must tw U.S. citizens for at least
u Deputy Grand Muter. Beau effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide 9 years (citizenship! only required for secretaries), In excellent physical condition; willing
put more than 50 years Into Rev. T.E.'Sbehee' will be the halrcolorlng which may change the natural hair color while to serve a minimum of 18 months abroad without families; qualify a test for ability. to learn
the field of Masonry. All Masons administrative assistant for all coloring gray a foreign language (some positions).
will be to full regalia. activities involving the mam- Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of
Thomas Williams to moth A.M.E. State meeting at
reporter. their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a
The Order of Shriners will Edward Waters College from TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS
problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi.
meet Thursday.night at 8 p.m. August 5 to 9, Rev. Shehee permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. | For Information or Appointment Monday and Tuesday July 291 30
Beginning Monday, July 29Telephone A.lD. Suite
reports that classes will begin
to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
on August 8 at 1 a..., and that : (904) 395-4411 Robert Meyer Motor Hotel
litWiltaie SMIISWtrs.lp also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical,
more than 400 pastor w1D be toattendance. 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Julia & West Monroe Sta., Jacksonville: Fla.
Because of its mildness Care maintainS'healthy
processing. Loving
More thanl.OOO I Call Collect u Out of Town 9 A.Y. to 1 P.M.
At St. Pili looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
--- legates are expected. Meetingswill Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Lovlng'Care for her
: Redid UDDICJC' be held on the campus. hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. PLEASE BRING RESUME OR FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION C5F 57)
Calvin church leader The Nightingale Saving Club The Right Reverend E.C.Hate
Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand
.at'lit Morlah A.M.E. Church, will worship with St. Paul A. her Is presiding Bishop and win the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most AFTER JULY 30, application for the above positions may be made by submitting a resumeto

the will anniversary play aa Important celebration role In of as M. E.the Church guest Sunday of Mrs.morning Mattie Robinson.host Bishop Mrs.Murph OrethaT.and Bishop Hatc personalized halrcolorlng effects every time she visits her salon.. i Vietnam Recruitment Agency for International .Development, Washington, D.C 20523.

the church, from August 11 to Ptttmaa and Mrs. Maggie Lasore. her will serve as' Episcopal If you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your

'18, according to Rev. J. W. The next regular meeting Supervisor for the women. Dr. beautician to glamorize It with Loving Care A.U Is Aa Equal Opportunity Employer
Jones pastor. The church Is will be with Mrs: Lila B. W. B. Stewart to president of e Odral Inc.IM1 Cour1Mt of ca.ltoIln: : ,
located at 99 Oak Street Philip, 1109 W.WthSt Edward Waters College.

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J THE FLORIDA STAR NEWS t. [ siyeyyrlr TO WSMWf9M5MSM9M BE EQUAL ]



WHITNEY 11. YOUNG, JR.
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company 'By
TRAINING IN SE? ITIVITY NEEDED

.'(i ; ft olke-cotnnmnlty relations are tmont Out most sensitive areas

MEMBER ii American lift. The Kereer Commission pointed out bow the,
f attitudes of soot policemen In the ghetto eta create tens

NEGRO P ONAL : situations.AH official. and otter who cone Into contact the publle-

and that Inclodesbuslnesslead1en
s and persotmelpecple need
: a creator awareness of what it
maw to be poor and what It I

means to be black in a racist

ERIC 0. SIMPSON MANAGING EDITOR society.
Covina, t town in California
has a program that helps police-

HILDA WOOTEN CIRCULATION MANAGE GUN met to better understand re-1
Police
people's feelings.
CONTR crulU were sent to the nearby
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PHONE, town of Riverside aDd booked as

felons, then pot into the "tank"
ELGIN 4-6782 MAILING ADDRESSP.O. BLACKMAN for the Bight. U
Others were given S3 to buy a complett cloning oextt,aid
FLORIDA CONTROL seat to spend time on Skid Row, thinking wise sad sleeping II
BOX 599 IACKSONYIUE w, flop-houses. Still others were dressed u nipples tad they stayed

32201 la hippie hangouts.
They were stopped by policemen,frisked,arrested,tadbooked.
AYE. They learned flrst-nand about the terror that the heart
MIAMI OFFICE I 5018 H.I. 7TN, and
of t maa whea be is stood up against a wall searched.
PHONE 151.3111sUBScRIPTIONS They learned to appreciate the net that the Riverside police
addressed them u "Ulster" when they were prisoners. They
RATES THE RACIST ATTITUDE ON THE PART OF learned to value the importance of this way of conveying even

One Year. $12.00 Half Yea $7.00 CONGRESS SUPERSEDING THE SAFETY to supposed lawbreakers a sense of dignity.
ailed to You Anywhere in the United States OF THE NATION-mEY ARE 11I1HKlNO MORE The recruits reported that their experience made them more
I IN TERMSOFKEER'Ak3 THE BLACK MAN patient tad understanding with people, and that they leaned the
I 1 Subscription payable in Advance AREOF THE SAFETY value of treating people with respect and courtesy.
Send Check or Money Order Co: DOWJl1"fWTHEY mrythlngwith
I OF I tiE PEOPLE V The city's police chief said, "I'" my met
I FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 bat ton them black tad I wish I could do that."

or da 'Black people, whose experience with the police especially
the South has bees one of bearing themnlves called"Boy"

AN UNIEIEIYAIU MEMMA' I tad of being treated with insolence, are calling for police re*
A.H.EJ. Hew boards and other civilian agencies which would insure
CHURCH EDUCATOR PASSESThe better police treatment.

Metho "' .IifI.IIII .i Bat this kind of training could be aa excellent way to create
of the African
constituency a police force which Is sensitive to the rights of the poor tad
dist Episcopal Zion Church (AMEZ) suffered minority' grove*. Putting yourself la otter people's shoes Is

a shock recently upon learning of the untimely stttl the best way to lean to follow the Biblical injunction of

death of the president of Living YOUR Weekly Bent otters what teachers hare them do t officials
and other
stone College of SalisburyNorth Carolina- sti'unto j M policemen, public
who need this Increased sensUirity. Personnel people In cor
Dr. Samuel E. Duncan, brother of Mrs. poratlons need to know how to treat the unemployed, the black,
Koontz. the new president of NEAI the **r**** pft.Min minorities.
I Duncan has been teacher, high school I HOROSCOPE GUIDE Too many of them have desk drawers fell of corporate ordersto

J principal, county supervisor, and state hire more black people,bat eDlmu comes downtown from
the ghetto be', given lots of forms and tests tad rigid later
supervisor of Negro high schools In North I ... .
views. He's not wed to them, and the Interviewer lest
I Carolina. He became President of Living By PAILO, The ASTROLOGER j<. tin to his anxiety tad discomfort, and of course, be doestt

I stone College In 1958. I Bid ,
Before his tenure, Livingstone College 11', not Us fault, it 1s the fault of the personnel r.
: .aQ .1 Hewer who Just couldn't relate to him make him feel at ease,
had been brought up,, as ,It were, but of : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY
DAYS and discover his potentials tad willingness to wort.
Egypt and plantedi_P l'atlne. This :. Fortunately,progressive buslnessmea realise this tad they are

achievement marked/tficTirortJd! >f Dr. William taking steps to go Into the ghetto to recruit tad to tub their

J. Trent, Sr. who prjecededTpuncan in this FOR personnel people better, but Its aWl a problem that could be
AJKIOutstandingly licked by thlaktad of sensitivity
educational work. \. training. .
Duncan became the master- This Is | big cold society, tad the poor tad the racial mla
mules feel U worst A little added sensitivity could go a long
mind of a 10-year Development Program of BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL way to removing the barriers of racism. -
planned expansion which called for a

capital outlay of,47 million and 11 ,
structures. Before his death II BIII ...II%MB6MIII6lRIII III"" RII161'rINII '
new saw the fruition of ten buildings Duncan, the f '. ". ,.\ 'r' T 0- r' ,)4WI" 11/ : ... ,.. ISIWOSYON'' :..THEMCKASE' ? .

last of which was a women's residencehall. ,
ARIES10RN 'CAPRUIfN Most of us have read stories of the
LIBRA
.
plight of lepers in narratives of the
The "Duncan Plan" manifested in an rAin BORN IINC BOtNSEPT. URN IEC.
four gospels In the New Testament. Remember
enriching experience which was supportedby 21ST : APRIL UTI '22NI IAR. 1IT.DoIft .
22NI IDLY 22NIL '23RO aCT; 23RD how Jesus had compassion on these
currl lum. Ira time for romance. Vacations .
compensatory tbat begin DOW should Don't embroider.l Everyonehas Never lose hope. For some, show It. Certain questions folks and healed both their bodies and
As long as a Llvlns* m student lives, a hidden fear which it is the social season now is getting regarding Insurance, or souls.
be
torn out to more Inspiring
and others whom th inijf President encouraged wiser to hide from tax matters may have to betake
considered
\ under way with renewed brilliancy.
Ar
taken earlier. .
than those
The incidence
and settled to everybody's of leprosy in the U.S. is
*
he willwesfppeacefully in tau who are footloose should the world la general and from The same may be said up
blessed Immortality la .*Jrt VUT make the most of romantic Intimates la particular. But It of the hopes that have bees sitlifactina. joberecm- a mere speck among other "giantkilling"diseases
situations. But you win have to must not be permitted to grow contained within the realm of hurrying through It has been estimated that there
adviser
salt aa eitocUte, or paid
put the best toot forward and to the point where you become realixabUlty. Lose no time by to check with and to :are about 3,000 known cases of leprosy in
you
tts slave rather than its master. showing the proper spirit of
restrain the more Impulsive eliminate possible causes of the nation, most notably Louisiana Texas
6. B. KAlfiN DffEMO HIMSELF traits that otten-Umes come to That Is one reason why many leadership and personal authority ,
future claims or compucatlons. California and Hawaii
Compare this figure
Cancer natives should not remain In order to get everyone
the (ore. a Is the moment for ,
It is said that the good that men do will many to settle down to the Joys too much alone. Surround around la the right frame of social These reunions are splendid and the days reaching,for with the 6ft million cases in Asia and the
oft be and of family life. yourself who are mind. At the same time, do not 4 million in Africa
Interred with their bones, but the advantages heart and thoughts of those making them. Aa argument to get the big contrast
dear to the expect to run the show without
evil that they do will live after them. There may be considerable op that starts and 1s allowed in prevalence.
position to be met and over to the point where they exclude a challenge on the part of those
Yet we must not be too quick to pass especially from persons everyone and everything ese.) who are envious or who believe to heat op to the boiling point Speaking at the national convention of
judgement come -.so.91.17, JWLED that they have been discriminated could result la open co' snt1ca. the Easter Seal
Butler
upon Eugene High SChool'principal. who claim priority la holding One must remember that one. Society last fall, Dr.

George B. Nairn who has been your attention and Interest. 1.50.11.16.53.151 against has more to lose that to pins Chapman H. Blnford. medical director of

charged with' misconduct in office, incompetence These may be purely selfish a result Accept any openIng the Leonard Wood Foundation, predictedthat

t and wilful neglect of duty. be motivations and to they influence should not BORN JULY to reestablish peace and, leprosy may increase in the United

THE CHARGE: Audited internal accounts judgment.permitted good 22ND ADS. 1STI 1\\V'\\ !i. harmony, In. your life and surroundings. States.

i 1 show account payable of $17,797 on June I 30 44 14.31'- 46S 24TI NIV. 22NI 1 40 -19-IS-749' The reason for this, he said is the., increased -
: 30, while cash on hand totaled 1825. It say "go". The New Moos contact between and
Americans
JAMBS'IIRUPRIL la the rising sign turns the Look upward.' Nothing Is tow '
; Furthermore purchases in excess of $1,000 spotlight on you directly. And food or to high for the gifted IIIARIISMM underprivilegednations ions where most of the

; were made without the approval for bids or yet there no hurry ones who have cultivated great JAN. world's leprosy ,lives-some 10 millions.

i school board approval. JOTI MAT 1111'Bu114 about shouldgoofed hand until fmMHnn Keeping this In n4 The war in Vietnam where there are
2BTI FEI. 1111:
Now we the school board together.Those who have next month. Leos who havebirthdays' should act as a spur to redouble : 70,000 leprosy is
i urge to give the. still coming can look efforts no matter how'I Co with the stream. B couldbe victims a major issue.
,;I educator a fair chance to prove his in. of successfully matrimony reached may now the state turn forward to special celebrations fruitless they may have turned. a gather beetle week with Let us pray to God that this won't

nocence. One cannot be judged until proved their attention to the next logical to which friends and cherished out to be la the past. Scorpio the odds between good and bad happen for leprosy is an odorous and
guilty. step. T1 entails founding ones are contributing U generous : natives who are qualified be educational aspects fairly equally divided. dreaded plague. The disease is caused bya

Remember that the man from Galilee was a home and the basis for a' measure. Two days la or special training Everything appears favorable bacillus similar to the germ which
particular will have to be courses could certainly give- with opportunities coming up
called guilty, crucified and .villified.by. family Is one life of the which purposes after all for,. watched closely so as not to a glowing account themselves ; from several quarters. Interludes causes tuberculosis. It is not known how

the public only to lament how it had human striving. Loving pairs' spread or fall victim! to malicious should) they be put to the test of qIt1IDIIJa and pessimism leprosy is transmitted but it Is not

treated one who had come to save the who are on a vacation would gossip, namely, the.8th, on the 26th 27th. Being somewhat may alternate with a readily contracted. About one person. lor
world. extract considerable pleasure nth. Anyone who Is trying to too hasty or rash may bet climax of sorts likely to take ten susceptible.
from travel to new places as make you believe something e main cause of running Into place on the 2Kb. Keep spirits
We take Issue with
one of the charges well as to old ones Look Into on these days may be considered problems or a dead end oa high eve a If the moment otters
since a principal cannot be held totally the feasibility of visiting friends u harboring ulterior motives.. the 28th. so justification.: The will to As H Lttb FrM Hire
responsible for the deterioration of or relatives who reside not too 4 60 55 19.43.634VIRGO 4*- I 70 -,88 is Z6.461.SAGIITAIIUS succeed has bees knows to win

property, and since the school board is far away and to whom a call whew all else bad tailed and ..By LEON L. LEn
this Is the tad
to
day try give
also responsible would mean everything. But do THE,STUDENT REVOLTA
a ;Very great d.egree1.BRADENTON a demonstraUoa of the fact ,
not too tar
dig into the put BORN AUC.23RD' .11.:181PISCES qnestlonof the recent student revolts taped weeks throughout
lest with BORN N6Y. 190, TT
you come something
CITIZENS WANT up till xiatim war answered bJ am scOot of the Fort Worth Texas
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that will not only be embanasslng -. SEPT. 22NU 2310DEC.. 21 st- School Board recently.
but
TWO a source of Demand attention The weight ne suuauoB did not Involve I revolted teachers
DEPUTIES SUSPENDS) future trouble. of planetary backing furnished Get going. There are tome Sill .110.Oil t curricula: or academic Batter against
assigning that they have the
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by Jupiter Uranus and Pluto, who have been perceptiveenough at au.The board decided that
Usually most citizens simply talk about .... 2IT( authority to dictate the course;
their grievances against civil judicialand 11IEN In the solar rising sign Is soi to choose this moment as a principal or school admulst-, of my personal desires beck
preponderant that it should not the starting date for a voyageor Be sure, not sorry. The em.pbuII ration had the right and authority u 111*, whea a principal told
police authority and brutality buta lAY be allowed to go to weaste. If higher-mind study course. Is being transferred to to make a Negro boy pro- me I couldat.wear long pantsto
group ,of black Bradenton citizens got '211 1INE 21ST it Is easier and more effectiveto This will furnish added Insurance the departments of health welfare ., The of straights his hair school Wause I... only
busy enough to do something about their Life is that way. It would be operate from behind the regarding the nature and occupations. This iadlcates principal had refused the u.
eventual outcomes which should anew that .the. other student I hi question entrance
complaints. Interesting to do some sightseeing scenes by all means do so. to From that Urn oa, I lost
visit friends or relat- Agents friends, or whoever is JM all that one can hope for. segments.of one's private life a scalar! prom bectase he rote. respect for I teachers. advisors *
The citizens held complaints against two .....OZ' scout around for occupational around to do a good Job with Keep on putting the pieces& u should he stabilised to as sotto Ms, belt a tts natural state and n. vehemently
f Negro deputies with place so as to enjoy a Wed Interfere la dose The conmhUnant the
charged police openings,)ust so long positive results shoud be askedto any way. was boy's any suggestions' they made relative
brutality on two occasions. A mass meet u this wUl not take you too take the reins without Interference. ease and authority should the chapter by COI&Jdt1JIc your father, and one of Texas' most to my personal life.
N, ing of citizens met atla church to discuss tar affald.Mental energy Is running There may be a personal personal circumstances such lore or by getting married oa prominent medics. Be explain I became: presides and lenderd
impulse become as to warrant it But reject days that are auspicious for ed to the board that U Negrostdests
high and this should en- overly one of the most rebellious
grievances and the two Negro distrustful or critical has beea pressure from rival as well as such events. A dilemma brought dUtot want their hair classes
eble to demonstrate the ever to graduate fro*
'I'' officers charged were permitted to give extent many of their Intellectual poiwere accomplished before and create friendly sources to take speculative about by someoi dear or abed Plastered or straightened to la* Anderson High school (Aastin

their side of the story. and logical reasoning. an aura of discontent that does risks, or to become Involved investment 'stay .have costly, ttat* that of other nationalities Texas), and today I sincerely!
citizens worked cal and matters tend to not bode good for anybody. Go' in chain of fireworks.Wttfe repercusskas. Tte Placets they should have De right to know that *
'I Negro are up over the family school teacher**
I I!i luck, and lot of III "if hair '
, back to policies methods that some a who have bees JorislgMsi. will:1 nma IataraL '
down somewhat but Ptclauy the *
pin
matter because the sheriff had you Ittro.coII
adamantly The
mental school .
have previously been tested and effort hopes m is be have excellent cause: tor rejoicing raledagaiiut prise the
this will not be resented wheathere
j refused to discharge the deputies who allegedly 1* a good profit la it found to be effective. materialised by the 30th,tlst over the tact oa these days. WM, saying It was t.declslon: in our acstnos.progrudvvcult civulxatloa.

used abusive tactics. 6 80 91 15 69 (S3 1 ,- 100 M U 98 1H I .5 80 M 1) as 586sue. '10 10 55.14.37.113 to bI deby the school ad-






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Kfl I Writer Siys lillet Helping Oil h 67 1 listrMce Meet : I

World N.ews Dig. ..

Is Here's RIGht, Weapon sr- Ii WM le Hew hLnisville i BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL

Leon L. Lewis, feature writer for Negro Press International, I

writes this week that the Negro can use hla.'ate most powerfully __ Ky.The AFRICA IN u.s.

in the coming election However, Lewis advises a practical 48th Annual Convention of DAR ES SALAAM-(NPQ) -No longer Is It "Back to Africa"
approach rather thin an emotional one. Lewis' precis follows: the country's leading Negro of the Marcus Garvey days. Now It seems the vogue to found aa

The year 1968 offers the Negro get the Idea they have us sewedup business group will open "Africa la the VS." The Black Muslims have had the Idea all
his best opportunity to demonstrate politically. In Louisville, Monday on a note along, but now comes Robert F. Williams-the 41-year-old
to the political power U we help put the Republicans '. of responsibility to the public ex-NAACP leader who fled to Cuba, thence to Peking-who has I.
structure that he has the sense in, they will listen to and heed and bright prospects ahead.The been named president of a paper "Black Republic of New
and.fortitude to use his vote- our pleas for Justice and equality Sy National Insurance Association Africa" to be located la the Deep South of the UJS. Williams, ,

and not his vocal chords-to or we will put them out four \ ,, A.y. will also formally disclose a presently la Tanzania, was named head of the "Pepublic" at a '
gain his objectives.He years hence. management development project Detroit gathering of SO black power delegates last March.
can prove that he doesn't Our politics must be practical, funded by the Federal I
need violence and civil disobedience not emotional. If we are free government ZAMBIAN JUDGE I

to ware op the Congress; Americans, let's prove to- Over three hundred executives LUSAKA (NPO) -Deb Babbar, chairman Zambia Amateur
all he needs is the "ballot." everybody that our soul Is not' 'and sales leaders representing Volleyball Association, has been appointed Judge& (superior)to the
But he has to reverse his sold. 46 companies will take part in; Volleyball Games of the Olympics being held In Mexico this

'practice of electing and supporting the sessions.The year. In addition, the veteran sports figure will be one of five
', and resort to voting SCLC Will Approach r. "4'.,' keynote address will be) members of the International Referees Examination Board.
against and resenting. delivered on Tuesday morning

Every Democratic governor, National Contentions \. \. by George S. Harris, president .HOME GROWN
most Democratic Congressmen .' ... of Chicago Metropolitan Mutual KAMPALANPsUganda's) first commercla11rproducectopera
and Senators, and certainly the 'TLANTA.-NPI-The Southern Assurance Company and has proved to be a success, not only for the country, but
Democratic national candidates Christian Leadership con f led president. The convention also Solomon Mbabl-Kaiana. Katana, 48-year-old lecturer In .
J
should be his targets for defeat. ference will soon endorse a banquet will be addressed by music at Makerer University College, Is not only author of the ;
It the Negro shows the Democratic Presidential candidate, Rev.. Walter Washington, Mayor of one-hour operastaged In NatlonalTheatre at four SRO performances

party that they do not Andrew Young, SCLC vice-pre Washington, D. C. : but be Is also composer, director, costume designer,
have his vote in their pocket sident has predicted. Conference conductor and accompanist. In short, he took almost all the I,'".

they will awaken to the reality members, he said, will << Fmer credits. Not bad for a one-time polices who, la 1961, was a f
of his existence and needs in spend their time at the political I Jules member of the then-opposition party's shadow cabinet as minister

this nation. conventions talking with for community development.
One of the greatest and most delegates, rather than demon ;...,
effective awakenings\ that could strating la large numbers. Gets Prepwed

come to this country Is for Rev. Young also said his organization .
every Negro eligible voter to will seek a 12.50
cut For Cmp lip SEAFOOD CENTER 'f i iad
a straight Republican ballot minimum wage (or $100 for .
'in November, no matter a 40-hour week). This is 50 .
who Is running.And tide doesn't cents as hour more than the :. ...' r James Farmer might be the 144 N MYRTLE AVI PH. EL 4 ((461
y. first outstanding Black MilitantIn
gain. more recognition under $2 minimum wage sought by y.Ys
40 or more who stands
a Republican administration years
Dr. King The present federal SPOTS
vote solid Democratic in 1972. minimum wage stands at $1.60an _.. a chance of being elected a it (Ib. I IL 390V.
( 39C whit gut
Negro Republican representative. t
As ridiculous u It may sound, hour ( or $64 for a 40- 'fA .; ....' ., ., CROAKERS .
1f111 Ah to* Jt< IIMSNAPMR
the Negro could gain more re- hour week). /
spiel and consideration Senator Charles H. Percy and .- 'oil

nationally, by supporting Representative Donald Rums- IOAT .$,.. '.d '
Wallace rather than either lefts DriverOf field, started a chain of events WHITING Ib. 39C I TROUT Ib. 69'
Humphrey or McCarthy. They \\ which led to Farmer's being IMM A....* SHAMIR M...,...

could concrete certainly results from get electing more Trick I.II.ck I.( nominated.According to recent appraisals NUN MOM MX IIACNFLOUNDERS

Rockefeller or Nixon. Mrs. Anna Simmons of Gary and Mayor tocnard Gordon Hatcher are preparing of Farmer's thinking, be . lb. 59eCRABMEAT
While we might appreciatesome to conclude details leading toward the building of a new and the expanding of an old our- has changed, and not Imper-
of the Section ;sing home, within ceptibly. He was a former w., c..l.s 11.,." a ins Mile
gains made under Integrated, the city. Charles A. Thom, center, executive Vicepresident .
Democratic administration, MAYWOOD. DI.-Np.1).A fracas of the Slvart Mortgage Corporation of Chicago, handled details for Mrs. Simmons disciple of .J. Muste. He has lb.S180
we group U. S. Mrs. Simmons Is also president of the 8. A M. Investments the some years be was a. evitisi I
youths and the driver of an organization erecting 131.25 Pint $1.30 Pint)
the structure. Equitable will million la life Liberal. He tried to run on a I ...... I
CtilittM Is Ice-cream. truck resulted lathe spend WJ the Insurance Industry's billion hi hi 'nrt'l |
ticket but was stopped
dallar to rebuild pemocratlc
program help underprivileged areas and encourage Job-producing enterprises
arrest of Fred Hempton
ateulal
by leaders in the party.It IMUIHI
In American
cities.
19. ttretldeni of the--- -local--- was while at Kenyon College I ROE 15c
Ailt Hittiii' LOBSTER MEAT 'fir T' SHAG ...
1.CpideOuDcIIThe In Ohio that a Professor Godwin '- ....,....
only side of the story Powell's Sentence former aide of Percy
At Low BudgetsWASHINGTON available was that given by the* WORLD OF BOOKS I suggested, Farmer should run; ..._MS te .,.III-s st te .keel thNwe. pap

youths, who demanded lea on the Republican ticket. Considerable SHRIMPFRESH I Lari..o ..
Is Affirmed
cream without having to pay Again telephoning seemed t.4... 1.1 0 ..
- disappearing for a while, the for It. NEW YORK-{NP 0-Adam 'TIS SPEECHES OT MALCOLM be found. In no other single to straighten out Farmer's POMPANO =' 1.10 lb.
Urban Coalition has moved Into "Don't you know you are la Clayton Powell's 30 day Jail X AT HARVARD" group of speeches can be seen predicament. At the last minute

action by sending letters to a black power Dtl&bborhood'l"he sentence for criminal contempt Edited by ARCHIE EPPS Published so clearly his development asa the deadline candidate for the KINGFISHioST: ... 59c
each member of Congress protesting Quoted the youths u saying. of court baa been affirmed bya by WILLIAM MORROW maD fM a thinker than In office for which Farmer was

budget cuts In antipoverty Hampton got Into the cab of S-I vote of the Appellate t CO., INC., New York; 191 those speeches be delivered running stepped down. Farmernew SPANISH/MACKEREL 49c
housing, and education the Good Humor Company Ice division of the state courts. pp. $US al Harvard" stands a chance.
cream truck and beat the
programs.The The sentence arose out of the MALCOLM X TALKS TO -
driver Suitt claimed. The
headed former Representative's conviction YOUNG PEOPLE DOUGLAS
organization, by ,
driver pushed Hampton out of
John W. Gardner, former secretary on charges of defaming INTERNATIONAL RECORDING
jof Health.Education.: the truck and the rest of the, I. Harlem widow. The. latest ..COR JOBATION' New York : ,.
and WBdbMt r ) lttt
business, labor, religious, Hampton was charged with that be, once again will not be dox. As a black man, he rose 1 y Q .r1 1. ;) vyqr
civil rights' and municipal able to enter the state without from the life of a criminal to 3r
leaders.dedicated to urban pro robbery, criminal damage to risking arrest Aa appeal tome that of spokesman and dynamic I Inaw /

gress.. The coalition had weakened property, and battery. He was Court of Appealsthe state's leader of the Black Muslims. r

to the point of being near held on 4,000bond. highest court-was1 likely. His fiery eloquence,quick mind, I

death, but Gardner's leadership and outspokenness made him 4 w
STUDENTS
THE COlLEGE SPEAKS L
Is credited with bringing back sought after u a speaker. .ai

to life. By DORS Bl.OWN Throughout his life, MalcolmX .r ,

The organisation was foundedat NEGRO Pi-ESS INTERNATIONAL read, studied, probed asked
u questions of himself and his
.merreocJCOIIYocaUoc" The white man's racial hatred has such a firm bold over this
ellI&t1oaa1leadtrs last August surroundings about race, religion
that racism well be called national 9G
country's thinking might our
A. Philip Randolph Brotherhood and politics. He traveled .,
of Sleeping Car Porters, culture.Historically la search of himself and la r.
and Andrew HeUkelL chairman psychologically,Ideologically,race consciousness search of truth. Just u he Y
v
dominates our of life to the detriment of the nation's
way 4
of the board: Time, Inc. were found "something" and had ,.
and character. .
sanity ,.
co-chairmen of the meeting. begun to analyze, the"some I
Black and white people share this distinctively American race thing" caused a break and J.
Blackstone Rangers orientation which U largely unknown In many Jell "advanced"" eventual ousting rom his R _
countries. While whites_not Negroes- tarted the racial
religion He continued searchIng -
business through their slavery practices, some black people are /+N1
trying to put what he had
AgreeTo Aid Blacks finishing the Job by developing a racism of their own. found Into a practical, working \ :n
Much of this black racism Is more coy than Insidious, more tamework 1'
CHICAGO-NPI)-The Blackstone directed at fellow Negroes tha.n.. whites, more self-emas On 21 1965
February ,
Rangers-targets of are-
culating than ati-ssrui g.
Malcolm X.was assassinated
cent Senate subcommittee hearing Take, for example, the frequently heard racist designation
.. shot 10 times u be spoke before
re going straight.RepudiaUng "o-..." When used by whites, It smacks of bigotry and 400 people la the Audubon Ballroom .
violence, the Southslde oppression but we are told that It has an almost fraternal Harlem. three
gang has agreed to turn la quality when used by Negroes. Although
men were tried and convicted
lethal weapons and cooperate Even black degrade themselves by their,
so, people addressing
of the murder, much of it,
with black community organizations fellows an .'n..-.." And more damage to the black man's ego the remains
especially "why"
,
In helping Chicago's Is done when Negroes throw around the term than when whites
Negroes. The Rangers also a mystery.
do.For What Malcolm X was seeking
make with members of
peace whites to black
stereotype people U shiftless. Improvident -
and has
what he found not been
the rival East Side Disciples.
criminal, or whatever has rightly become socially un
toally lost Since his death
At the same time, they protest acceptable.But ,
hundreds. of books, records,
ed police harrassment and
Negro stereotyping of black people is quite In vogue-*o sized and
giant picture
posters
"abuse ojt black youth. much that is
so it now something of a mystique.
a variety of other artifacts have

Readying For A Meeting been To some produced extent to thisadoratlon deify him. ? ,

after death, especially an as. % k i
sasslnatlon, 1s expected. It U 4 GS t '
the American way of cleansing :
the soul of guilt and at the 1
same time making a million 9 4 k
dollars. Then' too Malcolm X

may have been ahead of hU
time by a least a decade.
It has been three years since

the assassination, and one
begins to wonder, "Where will
Malcolm X's place be la

history What will his eonUibutioa -
to the black revolution,

to equality, peace, freedom, v.
and world brotherhood be?"


2IT his the"It most death has effective become that Malcolm clear exponent X sine was of Million Dollar Oil Man: George DixonGeorge


the black nationalist strategyand

a man, strangely enough
whose very being may be more ) Dixon is a successful American Oil As George says"They're long but happy

integral to the American experience Dealer. His because of the .
success comes hours because I like to meet my customers...
of his generation than
any other man's,white black. way he uses the million dollars In equipment, they're my neighbors and friends."

Because! Malcolm X was so facilities and products American Oil has put
One good dealer doesn'tmake
completely a man of words, it in his hands.
is In his speeches that be must an oil company great

1k4 : : ** He makes them work for his customers-and .but, 29,000 good ones due i

iON''T BE A DJq"wrm their cars are better for it. AMERICAN


.JIIIWARE, N. J.; last month If order to prepare for the expenses a coafereace oTSQO
young people In Newark Thelma Riley and other members of the 5th Precinct Council BACK. TO SCHOOL. j '"
old candy from door to door. Newark which has been the scene of serious disturbances You expecf more from American and you gel it.*

recently has been the cause of considerable .. the young B felts that TO GET A GOOD JOB yoo'HJST ", 1 .
also
they should Join la to alleviate conditions They chose this means "* ;.; '. .. .. .', ....,\ ficient finance. GET EDUCATED :: \.1.- J'I






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J THE FLORIDA STAR NEWS j rF1 -: Lp CIoJ1IoY1fJ



WHITNEY U. TOONG, JR.
By
Published by the Florida'Star Publishing Company
TRAINING IN SENSITmTT HEEDED!

;! (.f t" Police-community relations are amont the most sensitive semi

MEMBER'EGRO in American life. The Kerner Commission pointed out how the
attitudes of some policemen in the ghetto can: create tense

situations.AH -
!\ PRESSSISJEERNATIONAL : officials and others who came Into contact with the publlo.
Includesbnslnesslead-I '
r and that
? ers and personnelpeople-need
1 Jt a greater awareness of what Itmeans
to be poor and what it
means to be black in a racist

ERIC 0. SIMPSON MANAGING EDITOR society. ,
Covina, a town in California,
baa aprocramthatbeJpspo11ct.

HILDA W001EN CIRCUlATION MANAGE GUN 'men to better understand I
people's feelings. Police recruits -
CONm were sent to the nearby
2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PHONE town of Riverside andbookedas

felons, then put into the "tank"for
ELGIN 4-6782 MAILING ADDRESSP.O. BLACK-MAN the 1I1&t1t.
Others were given $3 to boy a complete clothing outfit,and

IACKSONYIILE FLORIDA CONTROL .. sent to spend time on Skid Row, drinking wine and sleeping In
BOX 599' ;
flop-houses. Still others were dressed u hippies and they stayed

32201 ia hippie hangouts.
They were stopped by policemen, frisked,arrested,and booked.

MIAMI f OFFICE i ( 5018 N. I. 7IH AYE., They learned first-hand about the terror that strikes the heart
of a man when be to stood op against a wall and searched.
PHONE 151.3119SUBSCRIPTIONS They learned to appreciate the tact that the Riverside police
addressed them u "Ulster" when they were prisoners. They
RATES THE RACIST ATTITUDE ON THE PART OF teamed to value the Importance of this way of conveying even

One Year $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 CONGRESS SUPERSEDING TUB SAFETYOF supposed lawbreakers a sense of dignity.
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States THE NATION-THEYARETHIHKINO MORE The recruits reported that their experience made them more
IN TERMS OF KEEPING THE BLACK MAN patient and onderstandiflg with people, and that they learned the
in Advance
, Subscription payable value of treating people with respect and courtesy.
THAN 771EY ARE OF THE SAFETY
DOWJl .
I Send Check or Money Order fo: OF I n"PEOPLE: w The clty police chief said, "I've done everything with my mea
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 tot turn them black and I wish I could do that."

or da ..Black people, whose experience with the police, especially to
the South, has been one of hearing themselves called"Boy"

i AN UNBEIirVAlU 'DILEMMA' I and of being treated with insolence, are calling for police review -
A.M.EJ. boards and other civilian agencies which would Insure
CHURCH BUCATOR PASSESThe better police treatment

..II -- .IiI'IIIIII"----- ..., But this kind of training could be an excellent way to create
constituency of the African Methodist 1 :
r..tr.-------- a police force which to sensitive to the rights of the poor and
Episcopal Zion Church (AMEZ) suffered minority groups. Putting yourself in other people's shoes to

I ; a shock recently upon learning of the untimely I still the best way to lean to follow the Biblical Injunction of

! II death of the president of Living' I YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE doing onto others what you would have them do unto you
I' stone College of SalisburyNorth Carolina- I But it's not Just policemen, teachers, and other public officials
I Personnel people to
' ,1 who need this increased sensitivity. corporations -
I' Dr. Samuel E. Duncan, brother of Mrs. I need to know how to treat the unemployed the black,
Koontz, the new president of NEA. I II' tilt Spanisb-speaking 1D1Dor1tlt.

Duncan has been teacher, high school ,I I GUIDE Too many of them have desk drawers fun of corporate ordersto

principal, county supervisor, and state i hire more black people,bntwhenamu comes downtown from
the ghetto ..'. given lots of forms and tests and rigid inter
supervisor of high schools in North
\ Negro 1 I views. He's not need. to them and the interviewer isn't sensitive
, Carolina. He became President of LivingI I By PAIL The ASTROLOGER to his anxiety and discomfort, and of course, he desist

1 I stone College in 1958. 1 I pass. .
Before his tenure, Livingstone College '., ,'o; But It's not his fault, it U the faun of the personnel t.er-
., II .i viewer who Just couVdat relate to him, make him feel at ease,
bad been brought UP,, as ,it were, "out of WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS and discover his potentials willingness to work.

Egypt and planted:! -pal atine. This Fortunately, progressive businessmen realise this and they are

achievement marked/IfieTiorWibf Dr. William taking steps to go Into the ghetto! to recruit, and to train their

J. Trent, Sr. whoi!Mt ltpuncan in this FOR personnel people better, but IU sUB a problem that could be

educational ,work. 'u,_ licked by thlsklnd of sensitivity training.This .
Outstandingly Duncan?- became the master- is | big, cold society, and the poor and the racial minorities
feel tt worst A little added sensitivity could go a long
mind of a 10-year Development Program of I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL way to removing the barriers of racism.ttlWOSY '

planned expansion which called for' a l

capital outlay of. ,i$7 million and 11 1

new structures. Beforebis death Duncan ir rgr aa,.rtwwri- '. arvi. ,'g.ftisrv.,. rar uuvivrriiviiintiv., ,._ iI '
I :. .'A' .' : ON THE INCREASE?
saw the, fruition of ten buildings, the : "' .1 If'

last of which women's residence,
I" was a Most of have read stories of the
I ,"? ARIES CAMICBfN us
hall. LIBIA
plight of lepers in narratives of the
The "Duncan Plan" manifested in an BORN ARCH HORN JOKE BORN'SEPT.238D HIM IEC.
four gospels In the New Testament. Remem-
enriching experience which was supported 21ST : .AHIl DIB '2211 JAR. UTIDoa't
22KB JULY 22NIL OCT. 23ID ber how Jesus had compassion on these
by compensatory curriculum.l.I Ifs time for romance. Vacations Don't embroider. Everyone Never lose For show It. Certain questions folks and healed both
1 that begin now should hope. some, their bodies and
I I' As long as a lives, tun out to be more Inspiring has t hidden fear which it U the social season now is getting regarding Insurance or souls.
and others LiVin.aQDi'President encouraged considered wiser to hide from tax matters may have to betaken
under way with renewed brilliancy. -
thu those taken earlier. AT- The
and settled to every-. incidence of leprosy in the U.S. is
he peacefully in tear who are footloose should the world ia general and from The same may be said up
blessed immortalityLET ; : make the most of romantic intimates in particular. But It 'of the hopes that have been body's sttlsnrrton. Bather thanhurrying a mere speck among other "giant-killing"
situations. But you win have to mutt not be permitted to grow contained within the realm of through the Job consult diseases. It has been estimated that there
paid ad-
put the best foot forward and. to the point where you become.. reaUubUiry. Lose no time by riser an, to etsocUte check with, or you and to :are about: 3,000 known cases of leprosy in
ita.lat rather than its master. showing the proper spirit of
t 6. B. NAIRN! DEFEND HIMSELF traits restrain that the often-Umes more impulsive come to That is one reason why many leadership and personal authority tpmiMtf possible causes of the nation, most notably Louisiana, Texas,
future claims oreomiicWoon.These California and Hawaii
the fore tt ia the moment for Cancer natives should not remain in order to get everyone ; Compare this figure

It is said that the good that men do will many to settle don to the Joys too much alone.Surround around la the right frame of social reunions are splendid and the days reaching.tor with the 6ft million cases in Asia and the

oft be interred with their bones, but the and advantages of family life.' yourself with persons .who art mind. At the same time, do not of those making them. An argument 4 million in Africa, to get the big contrast -
dear to the heart and thoughts expect to run the show withouta
evil that do will There may be considerable opposition that starts and Is allowed in
they live after them. prevalance.
i to be met and overcome to the point where they exclude challenge oa the part of those
Tel we must not be too quick to pass especially from persons everyone and everything els*. who are envious, or who believe to heat o> to the boiling point Speaking at the national convention of
could result in '
contention,
; judgement upon Eugene Butler High School'i who claim priority in holding ) ; BO -11-34-38* that they have been discriminated One must remember open that on* ,the Easter Seal Society last taU Dr.

i principal, George B. Nairn who has been your attention and Interest. 9.50.11.19.52.951 against. has more to lose than to gain Chapman H. Binford medical director of

charged with misconduct in office incompetence These may be purely selfish LED U a result Accept any opening the Leonard Wood Foundation, predictedthat

and wilful neglect of duty. be motivations permitted and to they influence should good Dot BORN JULY to reestablish peace and' leprosy may increase in the United
1\\V'\ In life and sur
THE CHARGE: Audited internal accounts Judgment. 22ND AUG. ]STI \ !f. harmony rou drop. your States.

show account payable of $17,797 on June I SO 44 14 It'-485 It says "go". The Mew MOOD 2ITI '..,. 2211 1 40 .19-13-149 The reason for this, he said is the.,increased -
: 30, while cash on hand totaled 1825. "' contact between and'Ucdeiprivileged
eTAV RDS' ia the rising sign turns the Look upward Nothing .U tow: Americans
\ Furthermore purchases in excess of $1,000 spotlight on you directly. And pod or to high for the gifted AIBAIIIS _.nations here most of the

were made without the approval for bids or BemmiiJBTI yet there hand ones who ba"c1&WYatedacrlat 1811 JAN. world's leprosy .lives-some 10 millions.

f school board approval. ._ MAY tiTl'BII114 about shouldgod until ambition. Keeping this in mind The war in Vietnam, where there are
2BTI FEB. 1ITI:
together.Those who have next month. Leas who have should act U a spur to redouble :
Now we urge the school board to give the. birthday still coming can look efforts no matter how' Go with the stream. B could 70,000 leprosy victims, is a major issue.

II I educator a fair chance to prove his In- successfully matrimony reached may now the state turn forward to special celebrations fruitless they may have turDe be a gather beetle week with Let us pray to God that this wout

nocence. One cannot be judged until proved their attention to the next logical to which friends and cherished. out to be In the past. Scorpio the odds between good and bad happen for leprosy is an odorous and

guilty. step. This entails founding ones are contributing in generous -: natives who are Qualified educational aspects fairly equally divided. dreaded plague. The disease is caused bya

Remember that the man from Galilee a home and the basis for a' measure. Two days ia or special training Everything appears favorable bacillus similar to the which
was germ
family life which, after all,: particular will have to be courses could certainly give; ,With rtyy yttVtS coming ND
called guilty, crucified villlfled.by, to one of the purposes for watched closely so as not to a glowing account of themselves; from several quarters. Interludes causes tuberculosis. It is not known how

the public, only to lament how it had human driving Loving pairs' spread or tall victim to malicious should they be put to the test of optimism end pessimism leprosy is transmitted, but it la not

treated one who had come to save the who are on a vacation: would gossip, namely, the 28th, on the 16th, 27th. Being somewhat may alternate with a readily contracted. About one person iff
world. extract considerable pleasure Nth. Anyone who is trying to too hasty or rash may be climax of sorts likely to take ten sus from travel to new places U make you believe something; the maID cause of running into place on the *.. Keep spirits
We take issue with one of the charges, well u to old ones. Look into on these days may be considered problems or a dead end on high eve n tt the moment offers

since a principal cannot be held totally the feasibility of visiting friends as harboring ulterior motives.', the 28th. no Justification. The will to As H tab Fru8 HereBy

responsible for the deterioration of or relatives who reside not too 4 60 55 19.43.934 4* I 70 -s. 15 &I- tl1 succeed has been known to win

property, and since the school board is tar away and to whom a call when all else had tailed and LEON L,1.Ew6TBE.S3uDENT
VIRGO this to the day to try and givea
also responsible a Very great degree.BRADINTON would mean everything. But do ..SACITTAIIBtBOIN REVOLT
demonstration of the tact
not too tar into the
dig put
7i
:
BORN AUG. tilt
x490.77.17.42x97PISCES questlonof recent student malts la put weeks throughout
lest you come up with something NBV.
CT1ZBS( ( WANT the nation wu answered by u action of the Fort Worth Texas-
23RD
that YW.but DOt only be embarrassing of-, SEPT. 22111 23RD DEC. 21ST School Board rtcMUy. .
a source Demand attention. The weight roe siteauoa did not involve I teachers
TWO DEPUTIES SUSPENDS) future\ ,trouble. of planetary backing fornlshed, Get going. There are some Mil .%curriculum or academic matter revolted against
assuming that have the.
5.70.U 13 90 518 by Jupiter Uranus and Plutoin 'who have been perceptive FIB. at alL n.board they
decided
Usually most citizens simply talk about DTI 2IJI that authority to dictate the coarse;
the solar sign is enough toe1looM this moment" I principal or school admlnUU
rising MI
of back
their grievances against civil judicialand II my personal desires
nil preponderant, that it should not jhe starting date for a voyageor Be sure, not sorry. The emphasis ration had the right and authority in 1919. when a principal toM
police authority and brutality, buta VM21SI higher-mind study is. transferred to nuke
be allowed to go to weaste. If coarse. being to a Negro boy process me I couldn't,wear long pants
group of black Bradenton citizens got TINE 21U tt U easier and more effectiveto 'This will furnish added Insurance the departments of health, wel, of straighten his hair to school tecause I... only

busy enough to do something about their ,.. Life to. that way. It would be operate from behind the regarding the nature of fare and ocMejatlonaThU indicates The principal had eatrascethe 14.
scenes by all means do eventual outcomes which should : anew that the cither student to question lost
complaints. interesting to do some sightseeing so. From that time on,' I
Agents, friends, or whoever Is J e all that one can: hope for. segments.of "'I private lit*, a senior prom because he work advisors
visit friends or relat- respect for teachers u
The citizens held complaints against two Keep on putting the pieces la should be stabilised nto hair to Its
.... scout around for occupational around to do a good Job with so as not nateral state and reudedvebeme. iY
Negro deputies, charged with police' .or openings,Just so long positive results shad be asked place so as to enjoy a We to Interfere U any way, dose The complainant was the boy's suggestions they Bade relative
il J brutality on two occasions. A mass meet U this will not take you too to take the reins without inter of ease and authority should the chapter by committing your father, and one of Texas' most to my personal lUe. _

: ing of citizens met ati.a church to dis- tar afield.Mental energy Is running ference. There may be a personal personal circumstances such love or by getting married' on prominent medics. Be explain I became and leader
u to warrant it But rejectpressure that aispicloas ed to the board that
impulse to become days are for U Negro most
c high add this should en- overly of one of the rebellious-
cuss, grievances and the two Negro '
distrustful or critical has been from rival as well u such events. AdUenuna brought students dldat want their hair
ibis to demonstrate the classes
from
officers charged were permitted to give many intellectual accomplished before and create friendly sources to-take speculative about by someone dear or abed Plastered ordralghtesedblm- Anderson ever to graduate
extent of their powers High school (Aastia,
II their side of the 'story. and logical reasoning.Local an aura of discontent that does, risks, or to become Involved investment may have costly ttste that of other Mtlftiallttfs Texas), and today I sincerely,
,.
la chain of fireworks. (hey should
not bode for repercussions. The Ptecean have the right to
good Co
R Negro citizens are worked up over the and family matters tend to anybody. .know that school teachersesPMialty -
but tuck to policies methods that Wtt come lack, and a lot of. who have bees toreclgtert wm:.J -.sr. heir Mn*.. 1Uan.1.'
'matter because the sheriff had adamantly pin you down somewhat, mental effort 1Iopea'caa be have excellent cause forrejolo ned bontdrledagalaeg'hits the Negro OSM-COB*
have previously been tested and
this will not be resented when prise the
:i refused to discharge the deputies who allegedly there Is a good profit in it found to be effective. materialized by the 30th,list. Leg over the tact on these days saying it was Ldeclsioa In our mostnonprogressiWcatt civilisation.t .
used abusive tactics. .S M U 13.25.586 to be made by the school ad-
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NN I Writer Siys lillet hsHiice Meet '
Helping Oil In GMT World News_ Dig .t


I Is Metre's Right r WM Be HeM I. BY NEGRO PRESS: INTERNATIONAL I

Leon L. Lewis, feature writer for Negro Press Letlsville Ky.The f-
writes this week that the Negro canoe blsvote AFRICA IN u.s.
in the coming election. However Lewis 48th Annual Convention of DAR ES SALAAM-(NPI))-No longer I 1a it Back to Africa"of

approach rather than an emotional--- one.. Lewis'-_.__ the country leading Negro the Marcus Garvey days. Now it seems the vogue to found an
The year 1968 otters the Negro the idea they rEet business group will open "Africa la the U.s." The Black Muslims have bad the Idea all
his best opportunity to demonstrate politically. In Louisville, Monday on a note along but now come Robert F. Williams-the 4J-year-old
to the political power up If we help put -. of responsibility to the public ez-NAACP leader who fled to Cuba, thence to Pet.1Jlf-Wbo baa
structure that he has the sense In, they will '. and bright prospects ahead.The been named president of a paper "Black Republic of New
'
and fortitude to use his vote- our pleas for -.J. ) National Insurance Association Africa" to be located in the Deep South of the Uj8. Williams,
,
and not his vocal chords-to ity or we will put \ will also formally disclose a presently Tanzania, was named head of the .lastHaMarch.
gain his objectives. years hence. J' t management development pro Detroit gathering of 50 black power delegate
He can prove that he doesn't Our politics ject funded by the Federal
need violence and civil disobedience not emotional. :1 government ZAMBIAN JUDGE
to wale uptheCongress, Americans Over three hundred executives LUSAKA (NPI) -Deb Babbar, chairman, Zambia Amateur
all he needs is the "ballot." everybody that and sale leaders representing Volleyball Association, has been appointed Judge(superior)to the
But he has to reverse bis sold. '48 companies will take part to Volleyball Games of the Olympic being held la Mexico this
practice of electing and supporting ," the sessions.The year. In addition, the veteran sports figure will be one of five
and resort to voting SCLC Will ,.: : ::' r < keynote address will be member of the International Referee Examination Board.
against and delivered Tuesday morning
resenting : on
Every Democratic governor National ........ .. \. by George S. Harris president ROME GROWN
most Democratic Congressmen ... .-. ". of Chicago Metropolitan Mu- KAMPALA (NPI)-Uganda's first commercially-produced
and Senators, and certainly the ATLANTA- .. .."' '"'' tual Assurance Company and opera has proved to be a success, not only for the country but
Democratic national candidates ern Christian \-.J NIA president. The convention also Solomon Mbabl-Katana. Katana, 48-year-old lecturer in
should be his targets for defeat. ference will J banquet will be addressed by music at Makerere University College, is not only author of the
If the Negro shows the Democratic Presidential 3 Walter Washington, Mayor of one-hour operastaged In NatlonalTheatre at four SRO performances r
party that they do not Andrew Young Washington D. C. but be is also composer director costume designer ',:
have his vote in their pocket, sident, has conductor ant accompanist. In short, he took almost all the IS
they will awaken to the realityof rence members, Fwmr credits. Not bad for a one-time politician who, la 1981, was a
I his existence and needs in spend their l r f Jines member of the then-opposition IrtJ""',shadow cabinet as minister f,
this nation. itical bb for community development.

One of the greatest and most delegates, Gets Preftred
effective awakenings that could strating in large
com to this country is for Re,. Young :..
every Negro eligible voter to ganisation will For .
..,. .
.
cut ballot
a straight Republican minimum wage 141i1
fin November no matter a 40-our week ...
.
James Farmer might be the 144 N
""" .
who Is And jibe .. .
running. doesn't cents u' hour .' ''! '' ., -- first outstanding Black Militant
'''''
gala more recognition: under $2 minimum .
t."i In 40 or more years who stands
a Republican administration, Dr. King. The a chance of being elected a *.< r.* SPOTS
vote solid Democratic In 1972.As minimum wage ; Negro Republican representative. CROAKERS Ib. 39C I sohT :t U.39
I
ridiculous u It may sound, an hour ( or $ "C/ofEII I / AIM *M* It* t.MfcTftOUT
'
the Negro could gain more re. hour week). I Senator Charles H. Percy and ,..- h.
speck and consideration Donald Rums- 10AT SNAPPER
nationally, by supper ting Keats field Representative, started a chain of events WHITING ILL 39C I lb.U 6ge'
Wallace rather than either which led to Farmer's being ..... AiMOTt M.....**.
Humphrey or McCarthy. They nominated. SNAPPER

could certainly get more Of According to recent appraisal VISOR MOM MX HACKFLOUNDER
concrete results from
electing:
Rockefeller or Nixon Mrs. Simmons of Gary and Mayor ttichara oordon Hatcher are preparing of Farmer's thinking, he . lb. 59c
ha and not Imper-
changed
While we might appreciatesome : details leading toward the building of a new and the expanding of an old nur ..
Hick ceptibly. He was a former OMP, CwttiS a PICA WMX
of the gains made under : integrated, within the city. Charles A. Tarura, center, executive Vice-presi of A.J. Muste. He baa S180
the Democratic administration, MATWOOD, ra.- the Shut Mortgage Corporation of Chicago, handled details for Mrs. Simmons become disciple considerably pacifist.For CRABMEAT lb.
we can't afford to let them cas between a singing of commitment papers with the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the be emut
a
Simmons ls also of the S. M. Investments the some years was
president organization erect- $1.25$ Tint $1.50 Pint
youths and the LIberal. He tried to a I I
run on .. ...... ...
Ceilitiefl IsAita tee-cream truck structure. Equitable will spend $*J million la the life Insurance Industry's billion Democratic ticket but was stopped ''''''''
to rebuild and
help underprivileged areas enter
encourage Job-producing
the arrest of by leaders In the party.' I.NUIN' tINYINI
American cities.
19 president It was while at Kenyon College mm HUT 'cvr r I SHAD !ROEM 1ScAer..IAi
Hitt.il NAACP youth In Ohio that a Professor Godwin ....... ..,....

available The only side Sentence WORLD OF I former aide of Percy, its. epe.l.s, SI M.1..1. tb1.P' s._
At Low BudgetsWASHINGTO was | BOOKS | suggested' Farmer should run ..

youths cream, without who Is Affirmed oa the Republican telephoning ticket.seemedto Considerable SHRIMP I SS.. 1o ..
!' -N P I 0-JUter
disappearing for a while, the for It. - Vrbaa Coalition has moved Into "Don't you '* 10-day JaU X AT HARVARD"; group of speeches: can be seeD predicament At the last minute
a black power so clearly his development as the deadline candidate for the I
action by tending letters to criminal contempt Edited by ARCHIE EPPS: Published KINGFISHtoSTEAKS n. 59c
each member of Congress be quoted the been affirmed by by WILLIAM MORROW a man and a thinker than la office for which Farmer was
I budget cuts la antl-protesting Hampton got of the Appellate t CO., INC., New York; 181 those speeches be delivered running, stepped down. Farmer SPANISH0 MACKEREL ., 49c
poverty, housing, and education the Good Humor the state courts. PP. $f.1I5MALCOLM at Harvard" new stands a chance. _
programs. cream truck arose out of the X TALKS TO

The organization, headed by driver Sent '* con YOUNG PEOPLE, DOUGLAS
driver
John W. Gardner former secretary pushed charge of defaming INTERNATIONAL' RECORDING

:ftaJ1JJ.,. Education: the truck.Joined, and In : widow. The latest*. COREPBATION, New York .4; ilfI ,j V.t .
i and "" :wlsig. q U I pdwkL>ie ia lof POIrtl'mMJII-.1 Malcolm X was a thing para* I cry a
business, labor religious.civil again, will not be dox. As a black man, be rose t01w
rights, trd municipal Hampton was the state without from the life of a criminal to r
leaders, dedlw.4 to urban pro robbery, Aa appeal to the that of spokesman and dynamic
gress.. Tike coalition had weakened property, and Appeals.-hn state's leader of the Black Muslims. 1 r
to the point of being near held on : & likely, HI* fiery eloquence,quick mind,
death bat Gardner's leadership STUDENTS and outspokenness made him X 1
THE COLLEGE SPEAKS ;
Is credited with bringing U back sought after u a speaker. .
to life. By DORIS BI.OWN Throughout his life, Malcolm r
The organization was founded NEGRO Pi ESS INTERNATIONALThe X read, studied, probed, asked fi sa
at question of himself fM his
U "emerceocJCOIJYOC&UoIf'or
white man's racial hatred ha such t firm bold over thiscountry' .
about race religion -
national leaders last AugustA surroundings ,
Philip Randolph Brother thinking that racism might well be called our national and politic traveled h.t

hood of Sleeping Car Porters, culture. In search of himself, and la
and Andrew HeUkelL chairman Historically, psychologically,Ideologically,,race consciousness search of truth. Just u he -
dominates our way of file, to the detriment of the nation found "something" and had
of the board Time. Inc. were -
co-chairmen of the meeting. sanity and character. begun to aoal.It. the"some
Black and white people share this distinctively American race thing" caused a break and
Blickstofle Rangers orientation, which I* largely unknown la many lets advanced" eventual ousting rom his
countries. While white*..-not Negroes-started the racial'butlness religion. He continued searching gNN1
through their slavery practices, come black people art ,
trying to put what be had
AgreiTo Aid Blacks finishing the Job by developing a racism of their own. found into a practical, workingframework.
Much of this black racism I* more coy than Insidious more .
CHlCAOO-0-Tbe Black- directed at fellow Negroes than at whites, more self-emas On February II, IMS,
tone Ranger-targets of are-
than
culating self-serving.
Malcolm X wu tuustmted-
cent Senate subcommittee hear Take, for example, the frequently beard racist designation. shot 16 times u bespoke before
lag-are going straight.Repud- 'nWhen used by whites, it smacks of bigotry andoppression 400 people la the Audubon Ballroom
toting violence, the Southside but we are told that It has aa almost fraternal Harlem. Although three t
gang baa agreed to torn In IM a .r.
quality when used by Negroes.Even men were tried and convicted
lethal weapons and cooperate so, black people degrade themselves by addressing their, of the murder much of It,
with black community organ fellows an "a..-.." And more damage to the black man' ego especially the "why", remainsa
Unions in helping Chicago'sNegroes. is done when Negroes throw around the term than when white mystery.
The Rangers also + P
do.For What Malcolm X was seeking,
make peace with members of white to stereotype black people as shiftless Improvident
and what be found baa not been
the rival East Side Disciples.At : criminal or whatever has rightly become socially un tally lost. Since his death
the came time, they protest acceptable.But .
hundreds of books, records
ed police huraumtDIa.od" Negro stereotyping of black people Is quite la vogue- M giant sized picture palters* and
"abuse of black youth. much so that it 1* now something of a mystique. a variety of other artltactsfavebeen

to deify him.
produced
Readying For A Meeting To some extent, this adoration :
after death especially an as
sasstnatton. Is expected. It Is
the American way of cleansing + 9 V
the soul of guilt and at the
same time mating a million :
dollar. Then too, Malcolm X x:
may have been ahead of his A !:iail
time by a least a decade. e
It baa been three year since s N =

the assassination, and one
begin to wander "Where will o
Malcolm X'* place be la
history What will his contribution
to the black revolution
,
Its .
... .
to equality peace freedom _>- "" -- -
and world brotherhood be?"
riIt "It ha* become clear since

the his death most effective that Malcolm exponent X was of Million Dollar Oil Man: George DixonGeorge

4as !y
i the bUck nationalist. strategy
tdIS tad a man, strangely enough,
whose very being may be more Dixon is a successful American Oil As George says,."They're long but happy

11ii Integral to the American experience Dealer. His success comes because of the hours because I like to meet my customers...
of his than
I any other man',generation white or black. way he uses the million dollars in equipment, they're my neighbors and friends."

1J1 Because Malcolm X was so facilities and products American Oil has put One good dealer doesn't
completely man of words, It .in his hands.
.- Is la his speeches that he must make an oil company great

.* He makes them work for his customers-and ...but, 29,000 good ones do. I

"iI.t O4'I' T BE A DF1 -OUT their cars are better for it. AMERICAN

1&At .NEWARK, N. JT.I Last month If order to prepare for the expenses of a conference of 500 .
young people. la ,'and other members of the Cm disturbances 0} BACK' TO SCHOOL.TO >
11. sold candy from door to Newark, which ha* been the scene serious You expecf more from American. and you gel it.*
I. recently ha* been the cans of considerable concern. However the young people felt that GET A GOOD JOB YOU ,1 '

I.r they should Join In to alleviate condition also. They chase this means for raising uf- .. .' ',-".t" i z>"""A..YM of Ci.qti,4t .'L.dn.dr
potent finance._ MUST GET EDUCATED .P ," 'r 0( ..';i\t .'. ,

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r Age Of Argyle ..Your HealthSHINGLES Good. r. ;; s h r w- I




r Shingles, otherwise known as i oz.0f4-.

herper sorter, It a painful disease t answers qutuioiu tbout 0 ? oV bsummer
that. caused by a virus : Junior Miss ttiqutut, i

related identical to with the virus or mj of chicken-closely i grooming tJ inttrtiu. Job, do I have to fOlIo 'lj i
: tact all the other
r people who
pox. Some authorities believe Q. What ate some groovywsys :
offered me a Job Some of my
'that shingles occurs when, several to brf-MM lIP the food friend say"What a.....You'll
tT1t'I tears after an attack of aU the table "bea Fm hiring. never see them agile. anyway.
chickenpox, the virus which has a casual bartecsM for my What should I do?
remained dormant Is reactivated. Mends Tb salary. from "7 A. How.do you know you'l1never .
summer Job crT quit stretch
.
them ? Its really
see again
for ttcakit Whaf* an ta. the
This will occur only If, for ..IDIDr'A. funny bow small the world is. jL
some unknown reason, the WIT "teen-it You may even Mart dating I''
earlier attack of chickenpox Color, color, color if the 'eon of one of the people who
failed to produce complete name of the tune everywherethis .offered you a Job. More important -
immunity Although chickenpox year. For the main-dish you may want or need I
is highly contagious, shinglesIs "hot-dot kabobt" (MM cheeseor one of these Jobs next summer
not spread from one person bacon! Hot dog are in or after you graduate. Write. a
to another. when fixed with exciting: little short letter to each place where
extra Tomatoes Mushroom .you were offered a Job saying
The virus settles In a nerve
Bright green pepper Even that you've accepted another
and travels along the course
chunk of yellow pineapple. Job for the summer tell
of the nerve. The overlying Serv them up al a wildly color. where and thank them for
skin then becomes painfully in- ful buffet table. Where' the their offer. They'll be gratefulthat
flamed. Blisters form,and after color? Choose tome Marvalon you let them Know, and
10 to 12 days they subside. adhesive covering: that suits your' you wont feel guilty.Q. .
t' The most serious cases are feminine fancy. Cover away: .My hands look"rough -ad
those that involve a nerve trunk old place-mat, bread server, red." And I doal even have
The Age"dAl1li"b revived try John Meyer at No in the bead because facial< vase and pot to hold pow- dUbpisi h-adrf My problem Is
new-look Shetland sweater. This Is a must for the campus. There paralysis or evenbllndness may paper flower Complement IheW..aJoa that I love flowers and eajogardeJag. -/
art many combh tleus. It is quite reasaoable.liphlhearled -esult. pattern with Kleenex It there My way to
In victims who are past 50, dinner napkin in the new now void the scratches,dart,follow.
there is also the danger that shades of Persian blue, gold or .*) scrubbing ad broken test?
Gay avocado. Your colorful barbecue A. Don't despair. There' away
after the acute stage has subsided -
a chronic painful or will deserve a repeat performance to enjoy) pretty fresh hand
.Itching condition tDowDUpoIt- : st the same time wearing
Now that fve gloves. Plastic: gloves, that Is.
therpetlc neuritis may occur. Q. accepted a
Handgard glove are "thin-
This often persists for months skinned" for perfect ft. And ma[ bedrooms' in today's homes,this room is mini in site. But by creative arrangement,
or even years.During they're strong enough so that it can be converted Into a mini-room with many uses. And for those who go for Spanish
the acute state, cold A Nehru Jacket long fingernails wont break furniture but balk at its site,the room brings still another idea home. Alongside the queen-sire
compresses or freetlng the through. When you're finished bed is an octagonal drum table, which unlike the traditional night stand, offers abundant
Inflamed skin by spraying it From An Old Coat save them for a few more use storage space in addition to the surface area. More storage is provided by the slender,
b t with ethyl chloride gives some if you'd like or throw them stylish pedestal desk, which takes up little room and provides a vital study area. For relaxing,.
tt relief from pain. Various pain Here I* a doUar.pluuhanp away. Wash your hand Apply there's a tiny but extra comfortable chair which is accompanied by a unique ottoman with
I killers laUD by mouth are also way to give your eon (or husband your favorite hand lotion and stacking CUIhIoftI ,''lb. ottoman", which ha* casters, is used u a footrest but also doubles .
helpful. ) a great Nehru jacket you've go( pretty fresh flowers u the strong case for plump cushions which come in handy af snack or study time. All
Injections of gamma globulin and save dozens of dollar do .ad hand furniture is by BroyhUl Premier, with the wood pieces from the new "Graclas" collection in
1nI1t. Every man and almost
have been used not only to every boy has a sport Jacket or .*> t warm mid-tone pecan Upholstered pieces are new additions to BroyhllTs Provincial
ie relieve the''pain but also to suit Jacket be doesnt wear any. offerings.
t prevent complications. The re* more-but It'a too good to do*.
tFv suits nave been card. A few minutes with a
promising.
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if chicken, cut into serving peaches, drain andreserve Pickle Boattt Cut a cheese slice diagonally from corner toeomer 'IIet. ', C..tl... c..r'7-tt extras. Try dotting the cookies with chocolate candy pieces, with
pieces l Juice 4 triangles. Carefully thread each triangle ontoa .. 1 a+eaww.
; forming coo raisins and nuts, or dress them with almond extract and cooo-
1/4 cop sifted, floor 1 cup boiling water wooden food pick. Place pick into pickle to form the "sail". A main dlah thftt'a easy to prepare for Indoors or out le nut. -Or divide the batter and bake a selection. If* a great
1I teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons cold water Petite PUsMt Place biscuits on a baking sheet. Bake la a, what homemaker looks for In the summer. Here Long 3-tn-1 Idea to clip and save for the long school year ,
1 tablespoons paprika 1 cup (1/2 pint container) moderate can'F.) oven 10-14 minutes or until golden brown. every childrenand
4 tablespoons (III stick) Borden Mandarin CooL Carefully split biscuit in half crosswise. Spoon about 2-8 Chill Burgers MO a fun way to serve burgers to .
Danish flavor margarine Orange Yogurt teaspoons tomato paste onto each biscuit half. Cut cheese slice grown-up alike. The chili sauce to serve over tho
1 medium onion,thinly sliced Into quarters PUce one quarter on each pitta. Top with a burgers can be prepared ahead and heated at serving time. .
Wash and dry chicken.Combine flour,salt and paprika Evenl crosswise site of dill pickle. Return to a moderate (875'F.) Tho lengthy burgers 'can be made ahead, loo, or on the I CANDY DOT OATMEAL DROPS
coat chicken with this mixture. Reserve remaining mixture. Melt oven 8-6 minute or until cheese melt and tomato paste is ttpot. You cnn be sure the hamburgers will be firm-tex I Make I down
2 tablespoons: of margarine In large chicken fryer or Dutch oven.' thoroughly heated. lured and Juicy, since they nre made with Carnation Evap | Vt cup ahortealnf soft 1 teasp*** salt
Addonions: saute until just light golden brown. Remove from orated milk. l ..... V. cap aIDE
pent set ..Id.. Melt remaining 2 tablespoons margarine; brown .. ... One of the nation's earliest convenience productsevftp-1 cap 1", roiled eats quick
chicken. Return onions to the pan. Add 1 cup of reserved peach ...
Bachelor Barter Deluxe orated milk also serves AS an excellent coffee creamer. ISspoonv old fashioned,
juice and boiling water.Cover and simmer 1 hour or until chicken m. :0 .
Is Under. Remove chicken to a hot platter: keep warm. Measure (Makes tt'l servings) Easy to carry, It's handy For outdoor meals.LONG 1H "P* sifted anparpoe
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3 of the reserved flour mixture Into small bowl;Mend I pounds ground round beef 1 teaspoon salt CHILI BURGERS 000 crop candy
.::..bt't't .Gradually stir Into sauce. Cook] stir constantlyuntrt t8aablles pepper to season 1/4 teaspoon black pepper (Makes t servings) coated aIDE cboooUlet
sauce thickens and-just comes to a boll. Add 4 : s margarine 1-1/2 cup* (on* toffeeer) leaspoen soda piece
5 minutes.Stir In yogurt. Pour peach-yogurt sauce peachHicheat butter Cremora 1W pounds ground chuck M lesipoon oregano Heat oven to moderate (350'?.). Beat shortening,sugar,egg and
Serve Immediately with hot rice. 1 cup chopped onion creamer Vt cup (email can) leaves vanilla together until creamy. Sift together flour, soda and salt.
8/4 rap (one .-01. can) 1/4 rap all- urpoM flour undiluted ...Intluel4 teaspoon pepper Add to creamed mixture alternately with milk beginning and
Camping With A Gourmet fancy. sliced button 1-1/2 raps hot water evaporated milk Chill with Beanie ending with milk. SUr In oat and candy. Drop teaspoonfuls
mushrooms, drained M fine cracker crumbsIVi 6 frankfurter rolls, spill onto ungreased cooky sheets. Bake In pre-heated oven (350'?.).
Every e.ID P I a I enthusiast backpack woodsman, but th* la a large-site. mixing bowl combine\ meat salt and cup and toasted 12 to II minute
will tell you that cooking and new. more sophist tested, nonstick Shape Into 18 (2-inch diameter) meat balls. la a large skit, teaspoons sail llslds Nat Drepst Omit candy m abaft recipe. Slit 1 .Impeen
eating .out.of.doors, with a coated aluminum cook- melt butter or msrgsrine over medium t''bh Add onions, mushrooms Mix together chuck, evaporated milk, crumbs, and sea' cinnamon and V .....,... clove togethr with dry Ingredient
mountain woodland or beach wan kit are designed espeo- and meet balls. Cook until are brown on all son ings.Shape to resemble 8 frankfurters, 8M Inches long. SUr In Vt cup ralslo and H cup chopped nulnxiels with oat*.
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Ing room, Is part of the wonderful or picnicking\ family.Th ...... In a mdiunt-stxs bowl or a Dint measuring rap combine side or until desired degree of donenes PUce on rolls, M leaspeon almend extract for vanilla. SUr In .M cup flaked or
experience of camping. chole* of non-stick coffee creamer sad flour until well blended. Gradually) stir in hot shredded coconut with oat*.
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the whole family to pitch la Aluminum conduct beat more over medium heat: stir constantly, until mixture has thickened.
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,- PHONE 159.8901 Model City Is
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MIAMI ;
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something can be done Insofar 1
a* the clearing of the ghetto
TRESVANT, J509 N.W. 7TH AVENUE area in the northwest is con :

) mCI5ThE MANAGER ,MIAMI FLORIDA: 33121 cerned.Two leaders, Bernard Dyer, ;t.
; organizer of the Liberty City
} .t. ,5780 NW 7th AVENUE Community Council,and director ArchieHardwlckexecutlve .

J HARVEYSWIGS of the lames Scott Community
Association, are trying delay
JI the project, to be Model CUT.
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tj { ) --_-'-, ., There is some objection to
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: 'SIR LUNCH '0 lOT' c i the (remaking of whole slum

I Miami. Fla 33141Wholesale areas.board.This The lurches governing governtag board-
CHICKEN
FRIED to Dade. should be elected

Plans for rebuilding the
1. DINNER 3 PIECES OF QckD4 r r ROLLS 97< ghettos of must October be under 1. Dyer the deadline and
MRS RARYcOrder Hardwlck contend kattbere U Motown's Smokey Robinson And The Miracles'will be seen
2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Cklck.i 210 DO democracy: la such a roc' for the second time this year on the Ed Sullivan Show over!
0 If eel....W 1& As Shows qulrement The election will be the CBS Television Network on Sunday July 28th.During:
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I Alabama State Coil e e Will Host Principals. And Supervisors. Conference il

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'lsylv.II.'s t Suitor Scott First Negro Is Alabama Confab Speakers serener Alert P. Irewer

Wants More Research On
Negro .-f' : '
Named Adjutant ,: Will Address Seced MeetThe
Senitor Hugh Scott said recently that the neglect of Negro
accomplishments, "almost Inadvertent conspiracy," is contributing Colonel Cunningham C., 196* Principals and Supervisors Conference will be held

to today' racial tension. Bryant, 46, has been appointed at Alabama State College, Montgomery, beginning July 29.

In a statement before the Adjutant General of District Ttere will be three general Quality Education --Momentum
reach the North Pole was a of Columbia National Guard.'
Special Subcommittee on Arts sessions, with each being highlighted '69.
Negro member of the He is the first Negro become
u4 Humanities at the Senate esped8lan. Adjutant. General of ft National, by a keynote speaker.The .. Jones was formerly Dean of

Labor and Public Welfare Com* "Americans followed the progress Guard organization. Bryant isft first general session Miles College In Birmingham,
mittee he urged Congress to of World War D daily native of Clifton Va. He ;scheduled for Monday Morning Ala. and Executive Secretary
establish a Commission on in their newspapers and on the entered the Army from Howard at 10 a. m. on July 29 will of the American Teachers Ass
Negro History and Culture. be addressed by George Jones, ociations. He received UsM.A.
radio, but few knew that the University. He has been a
Re card Staff Director for the National degree In sociology from the
man who organized the blood member of the D.C. National .1
"Mr. Chairman, the great bank system which saved the Guard since 1954 and has been EducaUoaAuoclaUoa'1 Task University of Chicago.
accomplishments of American Force on Urban Education.The Governor Brewer recelvedhls
lives of American and allied called to extended active duty
history are proudly recited in servicemen was a Negro. with the Army for his tenure second general session A. B. and LL.B. degrees from
stories, poems,songs,and text "Our negligence of the Negro as Adjutant General of the :'i will be held at I p.m. Monday the University of Alabama and
books. The curious and disturbing role in American history is District of Columbia. In his DeW The campus of Alabama State CoUege will be the scene, July 29 and Jwy 90;of me mammon Might July 29. It win be has practiced law in Decatur

Cut Is, however, that both the cause and the effect position be win report to Major 1968 Principals Supervisors Conference Speakers, shown above, are, left: George Jones, addressed by the Honorable since 1952. His wide political
to the vast majority of Americans of prejudice today. The Negro 'General Charles L.'Southward, staff director for the NEA's Task Force on Urban Education; The Honorable Albert P. Brewer, bert P. Brewer, Governor of range includes hlsbelngelected

both white and black, the and his fellow Americans must Command General of the D.C. Governor of Alabama; and Dr. Samuel Proctor, president of the Institute for Services to the State of Alabama. speaker of the Alabama Noosed

heroes of that history are tshare full knowledge of their Guard. He will be the chief Education a non-profit agency founded by the Carnegie Corporation, the United States The third general session will : Representatives and becoming
almost an white. Most of our common past and their common administrative schools, and the history books goals to dispel the myths which Washington unit. the area of equal opportunity in higher education. morning July 10. This session the states history to hold this
_
la oar libraries, overlook or foster hatred and separatism."Historians win be addressed by Dr. Samuel title. He was elected Lieutenant

ignore the contributions of ten me that research Proctor, President, Institute Governor in 1966.
Negroes to oar American cat should be done;on: ,BC Receives Tape Consoles New Residwts for Services to Education Doctor Proctor, a native of

'tore and civilisation. MetaV.W. Fuller, wen- a non-profit agency funded Norfolk Va., received his earlier
"This paucity of awareness of known Negro sculptress who by the Carnegie Corporation degrees from Virginia Union

black America's enrichment dour lived in Philadelphia during the the Government and other University, Crozer Seminary,
Nation Is the Indirect cause early nineteen hundreds Of Stite MIT foundation sources to assist and his doctorate In ethics from

of much of the prejudice aimed Benjamin Banister, a re. In developing colleges and universities Boston University He has served
at the black minority spected mathematician and to expend equal opportunity as President of Vlrlnla Union ,

.'Jt'll a problem tat white scientist who served on thecommission Vete TbkTALLAHASSEE FuN In higher education.Members University, North Carolina

America, bat a more serious of three that planned of the planning committee A. I T. College, Director of
problem for Negroes. Because the District of Columbia. Attention, for this Conference are: the Peace Corps InWashlngtoiv
they are unaware of their own The Negro Inventors were newcomers to Florida: W.E. Thompson, Chairman of and Associate General Secretary

heritage,' many Negroes have responsible for such Inventions Even U yon haven't lived In the St"rlDllDd PlannlngCommlttee for the Public Affairs of

Inadvertently accepted the wtIltemaJorltJ' as a paper bag machine, asevaporation Florida long enough to register James A. Smith, President the National Council of
stereotyped opinionof u a regular voter here, you of the Secondary Principals Churches.
Negroes. The almost total pan Cot sugar refining may "still be able to vote for Association (Alabama),
which revolutionised the President and Vlce-Preildent Dr. J. C. Blair Mesdames :. ,. *
absence of awareness of the
valuable contributor sugar refining industry In 1M, In the November 8 election. .Maggie .T. Forte and Carrie
Negro as a the first
model of
working a
That's the word from Secretary Robinson, Herman L. Harris,
to .
our society
omethlnf ap.
steam
engine, and the shoe
of State Tom Adams, McDonald Hughes, Ben A. Outland -
Inadvertent
Wl Hi-Alt
con last which
pltacyhai. for made possible the Florida's chief election cr. Joe L, Reed, Wetton Reynolds
gone on so mass production of shoes. AUTO
Adams called attention te anew Henry A.SpearsandEdward
long that we will have to under The deeds of black men In Stevens.

take a very considerable effort battle, such as Salem Poor, a constitutional amendmentwhich The theme for RADIATORS
allows newcomers from thlJrear'.cOftt.r.DCell"EftlllaUODciGroup-
to mate for several hundred
up Negro cited for his part In the
other states to vote In Floridafor
years of neglect. Battle of Banker BIG, and other J1195 .
Involvement la Educational Administration. W.A AMe
President and Vice-Presi- -
"My bill, under cnsldentlolttoday heroes including the brave ..5. sll.el

to establish a Commission black American fighting today dent even though they don'tmeet The scheduled ........ f",, .....
the one-year residency two-day meet ...
on Negro History aid U Vietnam .-...'.. rNw"...... ..
requirement to register as a for July 29-30, will center Its .e -
Culture would to .
help uncoverAmericas
.
"An Americans, both white ad "r'"
Negrohlstory. voter In this state. To qualify, sessions around four areas. t-
and black must become
aware such must still be They are as follows:
persons
has'bees buried
for so long
of the black heroes of science .
beneath Ignorance and indifference. registered voters In the states L Desegregation of Faculties, ARLINGTON
exploration, heretofore unsung. from which they moved. with emhasls being placed on RADIATOR
They must understand Negro Adams emphasized that the Job security for administratorsand 1411 MAICNICK III.tin
"When America loch Into the
contributions
to religious ...
new law permits voting only 'in'sln1ngquiultyeducat.'
mirror she sees ft distorted thought In America. They must ,. ,,*"
...... She has not yet recog look anew at Negro Bethme-Cookmu: College was the recipient recently of two new mobile video tape recorder tor dent President B does not and Vice to-Prea-other Ion.It To What Extent'Should the MAIN STREET
nised that the tree Image Is a contributions to the performing consoles gifts from the General Electric Foundations. Dr. Richard Y. Moore, president apply RADIATOR
offices on the November ballot. Educator Be Involved Politics ;;
composite of Europeans, Africans arts, and to competitive sports. of BCC'Is shown as he watches a demonstration by Gerald T. Smiley, ItlllrulllaA&l'tr". ? MAIM AV M t.l.HI Iffrtef
A.lauudAmuleaa1Dd1aaa. They mist realise that the ,General Electric Apollo Systems: Department, Daytona Beach!, The attractively-styled console To vote under this law, new 1H. Relationships between the .

Negro influence has been so .comes complete with video tape recorder monitor and a closed circuit TV camera, plus a residents should apply wlthtbeIrCounty Student: Teacher, Principal, 1.st,WI Ikil Ge.4 v">,4 SI.wp f* .
"The African cutturalherltage pervasive In activities that are complete set of auxiliary Items which includes a tripod, microphone with lavalier and stand,* 8upsrVIaordElections Superintendent and Community.IV. .
of the UhttedStates,from coffee so deeply entrenched In our ban-hoar of recording tape and connecting cables. The units which usually sells for $2,000.00 betweenSeptember 21 Finance for
and chocolate to the latest teenage lives each were presented to Dr. Moore by Mr. and October 6 tor special Adequate
that socially has been Smiley during a special assembly.", ,.__.... .
dance steps, has ...tiff molded almost without realising I I !ballots. tfvji r. I r lit dt ", .
i In their appUcitlosy they must
assimilated Into the American It by Negroes of great achieve"B -
.scene, and Is taken totally for IDtDL Getting Gasoline From Coal take an oath stating that they
granted. Is for these thatI are currently qualified voters
reasons
"America today Is fascinated hope that through the work In the state from which they I Tom Collins ?

by the newest advances U heart of such a Commission on Negro r have moved, that they are now
bum fide residents of Florida
But how Americans
surgery. many History and Culture the true
', .
1' Then they must authorize the M N 4y
know that the first sac- image of America will come
: Florida to cancel
'cessful open heart surgery was Into clear focus, and credit and Supervisor fM ;
their previous registration.As .
performed by a Pennsylvania- respect will be given where
born doctor In the last century it Is due."Therefore. soon as the Supervisor r
receives confirmation of this
"Every sebooToytlrtustolhe Mr.
Chairman
adventure of CommanderPeary's I urge favorable consideration cancellation, the new residentIs / caw
expedition to the North eligible to vote a special "y.
of my bill to establish the Commission
Pole. But they do not learn on Negro' History and ballot for President and Vlce-

that the first man to actually Culture." ,President.
ei' New residents who could not

GIN Oil WM SpeiierCeverffe register In their former state
because they were under age
also win be permitted to vote

ef leth CeifiksPITTSBURGH for President and Vice-Presi
dent If they have reached the

of 21."This .
-A gavel brings to order aplUOeal convention. age
Is a cr.at.tep forward
But who brings order to the minion details that go Into the In
our el.ctloisystem"Adams
gavd-to-gavel coverage of political conventions television ,.., aid. "No longer are newcomers .
Behind the NBC coverage of the Republican and Democrat : -
to our I state denied the
conventions are ft dozen unit managers whose Job It Is to see f : ..j. ,
right to vote In our most Important -
to everything from housing and headpieces to "how can we get election 1 urge all new
tbIz< done In *' '
I time? \ residents to take advantage of .
One of these men Is Gene coordinate the network operations l e N ) this new law."
( Whltlock who has been a ntt :Insure the changes. _.fi'

manager for various NBC shows 'lit. Whltlock, must know a Unwood E. Johnson, a research technician in the Synthetic Fuels Laboratory it Humble Oil

since 1954. At the conventions thousand things about the con- & Refining Company's Baytown, Texas, refinery holds a sample of gasoline produced from Ae
} he Is the NBC unit manager m veatloa hall, the city,.the coal Motorists pay considerably less for their present gasoline than they would have to pay

charge of production related political parties and their various for 'the synthetic fuel, if present methods of converting coal Into gasoline were used. But
business matters for Gulf ourC candidates. Long before Humble has built a pilot plant at Baftown in u effort to develop conversion techniques which

Corporation, which again Is the convention opening he has win be competitive with the processes used to produce conventional gasoline from crude oil. fel'J

sponsoring the television and surveyed both the Miami and Coal can be pulverized, liquified and refined to make a product easily converted into finished
t radio coverage. Chicago *convention sites to gasoline. Finding better technology which will reduce costs is the remaining problem. Humble-

Dan x.u. Gylf 011 Public learn the Ins and outs, basements hopes to solve It. Mr. Johnson, 25.r studied mathematics for three vear. at
t relations Represea&tive,Is the. and lofts of: the balls .Prairie View AIM College at Prairie View, texas, before Joining the Synthetici Fuels
oil cempaiy's ...-.-a.e- sad the houslig food and Laboratory at the Baytown refinery last December He commutes to the research laboratory. I gag i hi ki rw ftiuifII Make it i perfect.
I scene also assisting In the Immense transportation IIt1aUoDI ofbotla from his home at 2210 Wheeler Street in Hasten toast ki I foal Ci

task of bringing the excitement cities. He mast sit on planning .
I and meaning of both committee meetings and know Self Off 6k.sCewreee auk I Fwl C. EstmSeagram's
I political conventions Into how to obtain credential clearances .U L Iii M. "1-1

I America's homes. and how to make one

While Kea oversees Gulfs ticket to the gallery do the work y !I

Interests, Mr. Whltlock sees of tea tickets, all within the ..
to it that the film libraries' tight regalatUku of convention Yll IIN'T RAVE Tl 61 Tl TON Tl SET

at both convention cites have tons and the respective partyplanning

I the programmed fommefTl executive committees."PolOieal .
ready for use at the right time. conventions are Just LOW PRICESDRUG

Be knows the running time and boot the most exciting assign

the intricacies of scheduling meat you can get" said Mr., .
He works with the advertising IUocL "It is very

agencies In assuring the air encouraging to see people become STORE NEEDSTrade .
quality of the film or tape and more and more interested : !; J
Std.
( :
he must be ready for every In them. More people axe recognizing

contingency. If a sadden shift that delegates to a ( with Your Neighbor hood Drug Store

In schedule. comes, sack U: convention are deciding a very WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL
"Drop Reel Number 108 and Important matter: who will be PAPERS. We deliver. We also ,fill all Doctors Prescriptions.

get Reel Number in on tape leading the country and arranging
for the next break" Mr. Whlt their lives for the next

lock has to be able to quickly four yearn

For Mr. Whltlock: this asslgn- Dixie Pharmac

.- appeals to his deepest .... ......
The Pleflee scholastic Interest He major. Scag 'sal
;
ed history at Brown University
wire bat was graduated 1312 RINKS IHI AT MYRTLE
Fleas transmit plague and "
rodents to m 1954. "Beading history U ..-..---
marine typhus from ....
,..... The State Board! of Health 'recorded in a book Is Just not _. J- _Phut 353-5517 .r :.. ...:...
exciting as it
U seeing enacted -
'says fleas there Involved are la many the specks spreading of on a convention floor," PAT Till LICIT, MATER AMITEIEMINE

to said. "1& the roll call: of Dan OU Public Relations .
of plague, bat the disease eartediy Representative discusses
does not exist Is Florida.. states yon feel the power of e aavent lossstrGulf with Gene Whltlock of NBC. Both Mr. Kean Extra Dry/the perfect martini gw
democracy vorktogrlhtbefors and Roy Kohler of Gulfs PR Department will'bs at both nationalpolitical BILLS AT 911 'ST0IE I
*** your eyes." : conventions: : on' a press relations. assignnient. tutus IIITIllUI ttuna..UI. Pita IltraUIltia: rim UtIICU: IUUL >!


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four ladies MM abort wifl taM to AI- lat tear to ttf U pitcher, with t seven-and-one record. Bonnie Cole, Mary doljrn Baker! Linda 'Crngton; Arlene Donnell and Betty Hudson. R. B. Daniels and Thomas Walker will participate.. Emma-Hys-'
I' Annual Friday night at 1:15 p u., In Slsiand Johnson Part TIM Redding; Edna Gibbs and Fay Reeres hare outstanding records Carlton Bryant will manage the Eastern All-Stars. King Arkee tonla will throw the ball out The All-Star cam Is conducted I
All-Star garni 1< divided Into two part, But and West. The The West All-Stars will bare such outstanding players as Gwen.Looking Strigglen will manure< for the West. Willie Benton and Coaches by the Recreation Department of the pity.
Eut U composed of several outstanding pltjrtrs. Call Whltaker ,

I Astro Football Learning About Wrestling By Wrestling7'T


For A Job? Team Will le

B. Hiet| Guest

This club sponsors more than

.t ,. / f \!; Z50 players each year, under
t! oJ, JM directorship of the Dun

..;au"t i riMf i A job j! fjj, bounty ment Recreation Depart

Under Pop Warner roles, the
:
Aatro/ Bees Football team took;
top honors by winning the Junior
CAN YOU GET IN? LET'S SEE : e t I Boater Football Championihlps ,
for this year. Trophiestill
be awarded for the mod
What we are looking for are workers able- t valuable players he champion ,

bodied, serious, sensible young members of chip team the outstanding back-
tinder, offensive linemenand
minority: groups, who can tackle a job and efensive linemen. Good con
stick with it. duct ribbons will be given.
The team played seven games
A high school diploma will help to get you and had a win of seven. The

into most of the trades interest Jailor League Baseball Team,
and some ,
the Jacksonville Majors, won
skill with your hands, or some mechanical first place with a record of
II wins and four loa.... WU-
knack, are good. Everything about you, your Ue UcClendon was mod outstanding -*

willingness to work; your, energy; a little ex In the Junior League S .5
with! t record of IIS hits.Other
perience in this type of work; anything and outstanding players were Albert

everything will be going for Bogard, Eddie Walker, :r.,An*
you.
bony Stanford, Victor Flower,
D>. Caldmen. The Uators are
APPRENTICESHIP under the direction of A.White.b .
TRAINING MAYBE THIS IS FOR YOU the Uidget League Manager
Brooks Williams is U charge.Fbe .. 1 t a.
MAYBE NOT
OFFERS e e '
Checker Cab Jaguars won
YOU [BUT YOU'LL NEVER KNOW UNLESS first place with art c o r d of IT
wins and.9 losses. Al Frailer
AN YOU FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF of the Denver Broncos will be
the speaker at the banquet.
OPPORTUNITY .If someone told you that you could get a job Johnny Shaw will be master ofceremonies. S

that pays $4 to $5 an hour, or more, year Is program. Joe Bailey chairman.ofialnes S : -S' ,

after year, what would you say? T1ck.ta'art now on sale with
the members, the manager or
player. Bob Smith U Public r :j
J WELL, HERE'S THE BIG NEWS!!!!! I Relations Officer.itttiwruI. ,4A51" .


The Joe Urban League now has a new set. WI." I .

TOE 11111 up which aims to get young minority group ... \

members into the Building Trades Unions, .'
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where travel the road to .
they can permanent, BRAND NEW .

high.paid jobs as carpenters, electricians, "
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All This Is How It Works e e I : : :

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The union members who hold lifetime cardsas The two plcrurts above show activities during one of the dally Interested tans as to the fundamentals and the new techniques
A painters, plumbers, etc., all became skilled it IN lAX| tU wrestling sessions at the Eartha White Community Center. '01 wrestllnf. The Earths White Team has been training dally*
.f..u acute ef tt* tj Don Curtis, professional wrestler and promoter was In charged preparing for the first annual midsummer wrestling championship
L
by being admitted to the union as Appren. U the Wrestling Clinic held last Monday. The clinic was at the Jewish Center on July 28. Johnny Thomas,
tices. As soon as they got their apprenticeshiprating U planned to five Information to potential wrestlers and a-member of the CJEO nrncram Is wrestling coach.
DTAICI
ACatlin .
they started learning their craft by -, let GoBY Ae Of I Feet liskenriPtayer Eirtha While Helps

working on an actual job.site for four-to-five .

days a week under an experienced craftsman, : Griffin ,: Fr Seen PessftHtty Many Young Wrestlers
BOBWATCH"out autrena Last week at the Earths
P. and attending classes in a particular trade at
Volkswagen LANGUAGEOne Who will be the first basketball player eight feet toll? That 1s the White Community Center, Don
night.As wit claim that an question! Curtis, professional wrestler
R .
INC angler stature In the fUhlng and promoter was In charge of
world 1* measured by hi*' No one knows. The 'evidence& brook High la Philidelphta.,
an Apprentice, you, ,a trainee, will get a :1250 CAST 8th ST. mouth a* well a* his abilityto Indicates that there will be one came along In the mid 1950s 'the clinic.to; inform The clinic potential 1s designed -

starting wage of about$1'.10PUiHiThen; : as U 354-9093 V In fUh.other word, It you'regoing eventually, perhaps the next and played college ball atICa.Dsu wrestlers and 1D1er.tecUI.nsoltile
decade before
you learn more, you get regular pay increases IS U U U .U B/L.Ut. better to talk tell likt nah stories a fisherman, 'ou'd This speculation or co. stems from Alclndor, a turning New York pro.City techniques basic fundamentals of wrestling.and The new

until you reach the full pay wage of a crafts. the Steve Turner Incident star at Power Memorial High Eartha White team has been
Turner was a product of the 1960s.
I a 17-year-old star at
and is
training dally preparing
man. .WHEN'yOU ARE III Bartlett High School In Memphis Now, another decade later, for the contest at the Jewish
Tean., recently signeda comes Turner who will play
You Seek The Best Doc Center on July 28.
basketball his varsity with VanderbUt
scholarship games -
The team from
practices dally
tor. When Your Doctor'Prescribes agreement with Vanderbilt '$ in the 1970s.
Contact Tkt Jidumllli 4:30 to 5.30. Julius Culnyard
: UrbiH League Get Experienced 'University.
center director, said he hopes
pharmacists Jo Turner stands '-1 and report* more youngsters will come out
829 Pearl I State IN Person Pill Prescriptions According idly sUU II growing. It it RECORD CATCHI to participate in the wrestling
expected that be will stop at events. *
TO yodr Doctor'sOrden.
'-59f'l.I. Records are broken at the Fleet
Lester a member'{he
uAfcli. That would make Turner the BUoU and Gulfport fishing Eartha White team and A
Ie Use Only The Beat C. E. BLACK tallest player ever.'Be already Rodeo each summer on the student at Northwestern Jr.
Mississippi Gulf Coaat.

Other Jobs Opff For, Mules t .F meles 18-45 Quality Drugs. Proprietor\ Is 7-1 bigger 3/4, who than has Lew led Aklndor UCLA Thousand.from all of over fishing the.nation enthuUiU ,contender High School for, will the <*be harirl"A a leadng>'lr '

3 Registered Pharsacista To Solver YOU 6 to two straight national collegiate gather each summer on"Amer honor.' Heck won third, place.
titles, and Wilt ica* Riviera- the Itiatuvippl In the Florida A.A.U.WrestUnr
..........A COMPLETE LINE OP........ Chamberlain, the 71 star cIthe Gull Coa t-to participate championship last April.
Palladelphla76erswhoholds in two huge Fishing
Members of the Eartha Whit
Register Now With 'PROJECT ASSIST Na records virtually la an scoring Just Rodeo as Breaking important record to these U team are Charlie Jackson, L.
-ACTION Cosmetics Rubber Goods: Candies the pro National rabid fishermen a* winning the Heck James Miller Anthony
Basketball Association. thousands of dollars in cash Taylor, Medic us Robinson, t
Sundries There art some other 7-foot- and merchandise prixee. Clarence Albert, Anthony
Registration Heirs :00 i.m. to 7 :00 e ers, such as Dave Newmark Giant tent, covering acre ot Perry, Clarence Brooks, Wil
: p.m. of Columbia, Tom Boerwinkleof ground are set up for weighing liam G. King Andrew Turner I
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED,FOR,AND DELI VEmD- Tennessee and Art Dearly, and diaplaying the catcher and Dexter Turner. ,
Monday t through Friday 1S07 KINGS, ROAD; 353.1211'lilly's American U. Continuous entertainment ol 1* The age divisions are: t-XL I
Thirty la the 19SO provided for the throng I
years ago people who come to watch a* 11-12, 1J-U. 15-18. and 17.12.All .
Store basketball players were thought new fishing record are set entries must be in by July. I I
Drug to be tall at 6.5.Chamberlain with almost every catchbrocbt The weigh-a wW be held at
a star at Over in. ''II '.m. July 28.f ,. I



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I "Professional Sports Still Likes Negro "Back Of Bus"- Says Writer I


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Grin lay taken Sees Plan Tour
Gulf All Stars
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NEW YORK In spite ot twenty years of progress, "profes v, 1 For Sports With T. .

sional sports still likes IU Negroes on the back of the bus," L
'ars Jack Olsen in Part IV cillil"11Ie Black Athlete-: *Shameful The Gulf All-Stars basketball team will make a ten-week

s orT" In 1 Sports nitrated The underlying attitude ot summer tour of Latin America and Europe defending one of
aUowing the Negro to "be Ip out"In a white man's game persist the best won-lost records In amateur play. Made up of ex-
and positions requiring thought and leadership art withheld, collegiate stars, the Gulf squad will meet the finest competition
from him."Football. in some 13 forelm countries.

is the most rigidly cause of Vlnce Lombard, havea .tying against the toughest compete internationally while

patterned," says Olsen. He racial rapport that, unfortunately .tarns In South America, last maintaining their amateur status .
points out that no Negro has Is unique In year, the Gulf squad won 22 and Insuring their eligibility
ever been established professional sport" For the games while only losing three for the Pan American and

seldom has been tried, u a rest, Olsen found that the life. -Gulf from the basketball teams Olympic games.Jacksonville.
starting quarterback. In base Guatemala, Honduras,
of the average problack athlete, Gu1 ,
ball be Is rarely allowed to be though much better than that of Gulf u Costa Rica, Panama, Colom-

a pitcher, and In all sports his counterpart on a college bia, the French West Indies, Mets
(even In basketball where the campus, still produces significant Puerto Rico, and the Virgin

greats are predominantlyNegro racial problems, some, I Islands.
) coaching and front office of them quite different than This year they are adding Win Dbttafe'

opportunities have been practi- ,those of the college athlete. trips to Brazil, Chile, Peru,
Ecuador, Uruguay and Argentina -
cally non-existent
Except In the cases of a few
When the Negro Is through asa 'superstars In professional to their Itinerary. NYMs Hetaefs

competitor, says SI, his sport sport, according to Sport Last tall the All-Stars won wets
has no further use for him. Illustrated, the black athlete 102 games during a five-month The Jacksonville will
Only the champion Green Bay "watches helplessly u racial tour of Europe and the Middle distribute 2,000 New York Mets'
East. The overall record for baseball helmets to the first
Packers get a glowing bill of bias and discrimination on and iL
health from Olsen. They, he off the field erode his earning the Gulf All-Stars Including a 1,000 youngsters, 14 years and
writes, "partly because of power, restrict his opportunities 1961 tour of Europe and last under, purchasing .50 clllldren's
tickets to attend the
geography partly because Latin America swing,
they for success and deny him mitts
l w wins 20 on Thursday, August L,
are winners, 'and certainly be- part of the reward for his 4 against only game
achievements. losses when the J-Mets play SyracuseIn
Reported
In Europe Gulf has defeatedthe a championship International to'
Fart VilleyCelkfe the most objectionable aspects, {
at 7:30 at
are: f Russian and Czech National League game p.m.
.t Teams and the national championship Wolfson Park.
1. The Negro must be measurably + ,
better thah white teams in Italy Bel- The gigantic giveaway Is another
WM a man
the glum and Oxford,England.They expression of the localmanagement's
playing same position
; Interest la the
natJonaI teams
P f bested strong
Hest Stir GMMS certain 2. Negroes positions are in stacked order to at j 1' ; i from Colombia'and Puerto Rico youth ot the Jacksonville area,

leave other for last year In Latin America. and their baseball' programs.
The All-Star Basketball teams whites spots. open The Gulf Stars will hold clinics Absolutely tree to each youngster

; for local coaches and boy or girl,who purchases
win be composed of fifteen 3. The quota system Is an accepted players,
members each making up the fact -'-- -- ---.. youngsters la many ot the a child's ticket, these helmets
East and West Divisions. position, oolysomanyblacksper team This was the scene In Montkello, New York, at the final Latin America and Europe meeting the finest amateur teams countries whtfre they play this are Identical to the ones given

Roy Robinson, class of '60, 4. Personal per prejudice; often tryout camp for the Gulf All-Stars basketball team. Fifteentalented in some 13 countries. summer, under the direction at Shea Stadium In New York

at Peter G. Appllng High detrimental to team performance ex-collegians, Including UCLA's Edgar Lacey and Pictured from left to right are: Edgar Lacey, UCLA, Ernie of Coach Jim McGregor. recently.
School, Macon, Georgia, will Is rampant. NAIL AU-Amerlcaa Dallas Thornton of Kentucky Eastleyan Slmms, All-East Conference player from East Tennessee; The Gulf Oil Corporation's This promotion Is restrictedto
serve u bead coach for the An occasional Willie Mays competed for spots on the amateur squad sponsored by the All-Stars' Coach Jim McGregor; Dallas Thornton, NAIL All- sponsorship of the basketball youngsters only. No adults

East Team AWe U Jenkins notwithstanding says the SI Gulf Oil Corporation. American, Kentucky: Wesleyan; and Bill Jones, All-Eastern team allows the players to can,qualify.
of Carver High Dawsoo., Georgia article, there Is basis for the Sporting one of the finest won and lost records amateur player from Falrfleld.

will coach the West Team. black professional athletes' play (228-20)), the All-Stars will make a tea week tour of 68 I ONT1AC GRAND PRIX . .. .$3793A
The pme will get underway claim that the color, of their : JDBJ MI. AIM coMOinoMio. FAcrotr WUIA",,", July

Friday night at 8-00: p.m. In the skin consistently costs them Nothina Like The Bia FIRST IN NAVY 63 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE $3995
college gymnasium.The money. "In the same year thata MAt n wry WINDOW Alt COI'DIT1oe.' ieciney WAil.

Ail-Star Football team California white boy named Commander Paul Stewart M BUICK RIVIERA .. $3395
will be composed of sixty-six Mike McCormick got a $60,000 Green has been selected by the {r' AIALI ("'llU I..t..ttll'1'1+ tlA'tAX t I \o I\.QwMr::; IB;

highly of thirty-three rated seniors.members Two teams each bonus," Olsen writes,"a Negro Navy u the first NegroMedlcal M CADILLAC! CALIAS .. .. .. .$3295
named Orlando Cepeda was Corps Officers to reach the AtP'
will make up the East and West signing for $500. San Francisco grade of Captain. Commander 66 NUNNTI'l 1AGu ; NN VltLt: ... .. .. .. .$2395

teams. Harold School Pearson In La-of Giant owner Horace Stonham Green, 48, Is currently 87 UII1rVRo \! Yi*'X'fR" INTtAIOt.1N1. .wa lm5n
Ethel High
Klght
paid $S5O for Jim Ray Hart's stationed at the UA Naval rvr.t"1C. ,AI CONOITIONIO. IAOIO 4 .UTI', Posit

Grange East team.will Working spearhead with him the signature, $500 for Willie Q'I Hospital, Saa Diego He Is a 87 It} VROLE1 1'. .. .. .>.'. .. . $1995
McCoy, $500 for FUlpe Lion, native ot Manson, North Caro ".
win be Rudolph Lumpkln,Class and $4 000 for Juan Mulchal's.Frank set Una. He Is a 1944 graduate ot 63 iht'rr t i OuSS'ICAIN"Itlt WG .T*

of 'U, Carver High School ofMonroe. Roblasoa of the s the Medical School at Howard 67 FORD VI OALAXIE 500 .. .. .$2195
AR r I M M" POt YOl/allll.
Baltimore Orioles figures that and was la private practice 66 C1kIt C0 pMI $2095
Jonathan Williams of Rlsley the color of his skin has cost i I la Henderson, North Carolina .va.T.R Powell ,,,..,.... Ala COtIonlOtl. VIHVV
coach
School will be bead
High him a minimum of $50,000 Ia before entering the Navy 87 P N"titX1'ALINA pas
West team. Ulysses
for the
,. lOwpITId4eIICw iNpiw
salaries along through tat NTOr IK ,w AIa' l.
Marshall, class of 'M. Houston 66 OWSM081LJ:. ea C. 7If95!a
School of hr- yet" 1 a4P Awe iu'iiia'uIieiew: \W'
High f '
County Olsen describes tn detail how -.WalchvThis M WrVVTu . '\ 1'or.
ry and John Singleton of Stalty the various sports express their New. ONLY..* IIIIL' AC
School In Americus will \InQ 1 VEPNTURA.
will High racial discrimination on the Clown 66 PONTlAC .$2185
round out the coaching
field and the racist o wlTw teliliMil i'j fits sewn
staff. The football game will r.UOIIf.Dcbehind 6.1 bt S y9' .D.I. : : .12M I
be played under the tights Sat It. He titliot the subtle 10 23 13 j '\' anD wiTH enact.'cii co.nlOtt.6S .

urday beginning at 1.00 p.m. expressions u well u such 34 521. 92 PLXbfOUTI, IlY R 1II .. .. ., .S150SmiRiNO.
obvious the Cleveland
tmstancsUs ; AISTvJ: ?*! WTOMAI*, 1'01' 'At.YD'V

Browns' white-only golf 63 CuLWil STATfOr) WAGON . .$ 695

outing. He quotes a white New 9 62 BUICK, A j KpNEYj . ,3595
.. GetsChe.herNth York Football Giant who says 54 FORD RU NSrjja J JWCARS $ 75OVthR
that although be has never
sew .
TO CHOOSE FROM
\ : ,
an overt act of racism, "..the ; i WE TAKE DEALS WHERE OTHERS REFUSE
prejudice j Is there. 'IbI1MI'II CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOT!
e
reeks with It. The way the
teams are composed. 'lb. '
the locker rooms are laid out.way The Big S pays off! Evelyn Harris tf Orlando one Monday night lI..nlWHks ago wagered ,658945 RS. EVANS

As Shorter The way Negroes are criticised $200 at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club. Naturally, there are only smiles. Evelyn won. '
more than whites. The way Martin Gross, cameraman, was on the spot. The wtn7-$5,034.60. The next night the Big Q 58'73 -.90 *

Wilt Chamberlain 1s a Nixon they're not supposed to know paid $4,480.20. The record Big Q payoff the popular greyhound track. that attracts thousands ,Sometimes He's Up':Sometimes
3rd & MAINEL
maL how to play certain positions. of Jacksonville racing tans Is $8,505.80. He's Down. He Adds,Subtracts,

Chamberlain announced plans The way the white players an .He works It all around.
to actively support Richard allowed to boss them around Sports Stirs Soy Pretdice| Tiger Football OPRN TlUf I::M P.M. KL 4-83M.
Nixon for the Presidency. and criticise them..." 361 40 631COMING

Ills answer follows: "I am The mala defense which management -
supporting Nixon for President offers for the quota HUts li.rid Filse Ficrits Schedule ATTRACTIONS.

because when be of talks the ghettos about system of restrkuvepa@ianingOlsen, and the related factor NEW YORK "They're still called 'black bastards' when The 1968 schedule of football 241 92 357'MAN'S When I take a case, I thoroughly :
the
problems
there's none of them In the dugout and when tbey'rs all out on for the Jackson State College
be makes sense than any Is fan Identification
more reports the
other candidate. To me Nixon most of, the fans are white If: the field, which Is where they usually are," says former Tigers follows: September 11, DAYSNUMBERED study background
Yankee pitcher Jim Bouton describing the views of his fellow 7.30. Sep Events
not Memorial! Stadium. happening before
stands for Independence, they can't identify with the team, years ,
whites towards the blacks In baseball.' 28 Akorn (There),
tember ,
**
they'll stop being tans win
depe will candidateon -they Bouton's assessment ot race takes exception to the Idea that ':30; October 5, Arkansas can a day in court."
Be advise the : won't pay to watch the tam
relations athletes la pictured athletes good enough SO October 12,
are
among Negro (Jackson) :
problems and programs re- play, and they cant Identify "Man's Days are Numbered.1Health
u the prevailing white to play but not to coach or 19 Southern, C
open; October Maybe that's I
Can Be
the black community. If the team Is black But the and Jortune why picked
HewUlto make appearances win fans want a winning tam. so attitude In sports la an article manap. (There) 2.00; November, ,Yours When You Know Your
Nixon and will work with the black athletes must be used "Revolt of the Black Athletes," Many ot Johnson's fellow proplaJ.rt Wiley (Homecoming Here), Days..Lucky Gordon's London Dry Gin.
Lucky
la the current Issue of Look will to his mental 9 Texas
testify 1:00; November Good English background
staff on community problems. up to a point It Is where the
magazine.'The ability, but according to the Southern, (Here) 2:00; November .
the candidate the two lines
Chamberlain met carving graph
black athlete himself Isis to 2.00 Colon; etc. Drythewayllikeit.99 I
In 1981. those of Identification sad article, be has written more 18, Bishop, (There) ;
m New York
a black mood, according to than a dozen teams seeking a November 23, Mississippi Valley Stud $2.00 for your
The athlete says that Nixon performance, cross that the the article. He has come forthe scout without Stadium Horoscope Guide for CHtrtu f Uoyd.Attornev.Adtuv to YN S/w..a/ 4VjM,, t
coach Memorial
,
Job as a or State
Coontnttng CounoA Count*lor ft .Jnt ot fnc
Mar
the Is and M OkMr
same quota established Itvaries + *MAmrKitn4
and he things ,
see from to most part, out of the urbana getting one offer*, "It's bad," 200. .-IIA If_01..._ ....,"-rtr..."'" SwI/-.
way city city, sportto rural slums scrambling he "when give a Ellis Jr. is director JULY
life for and team to team. says, you Tellls B. ,
"I have had a good sport
clawing\ using-his ability to business twelve years of your ot athletics. Roderick Paige is .
"
"
31 years" said Chamberlain. "Nothing Olsen writes, 1smore "Fill In the blank below and
ran Jump, punch and shoot life, and then art given no head football coach. Robert Hill .
"IT enjoyed careers la obvious la professional : Post Office
my mall to ZODIAC
buketb&l1s to him after -
carry onto consideration for a Job is assistant. Henry Lattimore
and business. Now Is sport, and tew things are as 1171 Jacksonville Fla.
sports Box
wealth and In well u r
out," denied." an education ward. I want a Job pro is assistant coach, as .
the time for me to speak hotly
tune. But he has found that loot aU." W.C. Gordon! assistant coach i
the theory that equality can The article also says that the and Paul Covlngton, statistician. NAME

lew. U WRen D.... be won on the playing field 1s myth that black athletes fold Alvin L.Benson is sports STREET .
PATE; QF BJRTfl -*' -
only a myth. _CONTINUED ON PAGE: 14 information director. I
John Henry Johnson, one of II
I
I HfriH Of Nea. Couch the most successful running 1
backs In the National Football MORE FUN! MORE ACTION! BIGGER PAYOFFS! :

Students and faculty advisors at Iowa. State University last League for twelve years,mainly '
week asked for the hiring of a Negro football coach, u well u with the PUtsburgSteelers,
the revamping of what they consider hard-and-fast rules.

The recommendations were Negro athletes at BU have Armed Forces Seek @@@ JJgl1t1f

made to the school's athletic said they will refuse to com-

council by aa ad hoe committeeof pete unless their grievances Mere Negro Recraifs
the university's human re. are properly handled.
lotions committee. The Ad Hoc The black students bad asked WASHINGTON)-The U.
Committee called: for policy for a black coach ta each major 8. Armed forces are going aUlD in AIR-CONDITIONED

changes by the athletic council SU sport. The council replied out their efforts to recruit "
to correct situations brought to ta June thai It would hire the black officers. Representativesfrom COMFORT .w

light recently a list of grievances best coaches: it could obtain, service academies are # POST.815; '
brought by the Black regardless of color religiousor traveling about the United State TIMIIAIN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Student Organisation.Accompanying ethnic background, trying to Interest promising or CUAR

t the recommendations However, the committee recommended young Negroes la careers u MATtMM DAILY DOUSU LAST 2 RACES QMMflASIYUY .

was a statement "immediate officers. 2 P.* tAp ADMISSION M RU fAUONOUMUaiOUS
by Dr. Robert Parks, president ajpofrftMirf of a black coach The recruitment efforts are .WED, t SAT. AU CONOmONfO OUSHOUSIIT
of BU, pointing out the In football and aggressive re- focusing on college campuses, NOW tin SEPT.. 28 taw.loGa
recommendations were only ad- .crulting ot black coaches in but they are also taking placer: y TWO KACES ......o..CI1HII"&Gn .
the athletic other sports." on television and before civic'Air ,
Tisory because \E OWdwVOAhIm.
council Is the only "duly constituted P'OIIPf.'IbI.Arm,, Navy, Mar-i ..DpeJMWmEnpIrI4
governing body" that HELP FIGHTCANCER loss Force, and Merchant] KENNEL CLUB 'I Marine all lathe
are participating rttllCIIIU.LittiuaMimiuieiuariMaMiinMaMMSMaiaLia.UMi.LL
can set policy for BUM Intercollegiate ::
athletic program. recna1tmeDt.procram. I t
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lAU If SW PAPERS SATURDAY JULY 27, 1968


, : Haircuts..75; fOR MEN AND WOMEK. Jerusalem Scourts" End 36-Mile Hiker Sports Stars SiyCONfmUEDFRO'li

OF ALL AGES' RAPID .: ':-.. IB1" '_).' ,' PAG? 13

The lacksoniille Take IMPROVED NATURE TV SERVICETV ,. ''.?.. :'\,. .' .,o'I. .' under pressure and are men.
\ ,'! .
inferior and is
TABLETS for that tired run f a.nln tally persists
down feellngthat keeps you from Service calls $3.00 ': ::: ,\ 'f>,'J '''I:. j largely responsible for the
I enjoying life { I .dearth of pro-football quarterbacks. .
Available ,
Barber Collegejnc Financing lri.
: .
100 Tablets $3.00,200; Tablets ; (
:-,
Rhone 353-8834
IS.OO. $1.00 deposit on COD'S. : j I Some .l.gn1tIcantchange.iDthestalus
EMPIRE PRODUCTS &SALES'Dept. of Negroplayersjiasbeen
630 Davis Street FS, 5937 N. Broadway SEWING MACHINES achieved, says D I lct Schaap7
Chicago, Illinois 60626 author of the Look article. Her:
;ZIG ZAO.;Makes designs,sews' ,cites the breaking of the "cash
355-9874 on buttons, makes button holes, barrier," which has enabled
Bob Smith Seeks ,etc. Pay balance $43. at $8, black athletes to be among the
per month.Phm353.1948any. highest paid of all
Will show at ..,...... .. ...... sports
Learn GJEO time. your home, I professionals, and the end of
Bartering Nomination no obligation. A-l Sewing Mac. ..,.. .. f+"', R ; .,. *',, ,,, ., .wp the quota system which once
Enroll Now Bob Smith,.owner of the Bob Jilne Co. 1606 Main Street. : .et ,. restricted the number of Negroes
Smith Studios, Is running for 1 on a given team.
election on the GJEO Board of SOLID STATE STER'E r 1 tp l Ironically the breaking down
Directors from District No. 5. of the quota system has backfired
The elecUon will be held July RADIO, COMBINATION Mul in some respects. In St..
NOW-28R 27. Smith Is a native of Jacksonville u-s_! changer, dual speakers 5t s+ yIt Louis, by frequently starting

Is 37, and is a graduate auto., turn off., almost. 4 >. five Negro players, the Hawks
of Stanton High School He new. Pay balance of $63. or r ,p. basketball team of the NBA)
WATERFRONT HOMES is the father of three children.' .$8. per month. Phone 353-1946, t t ,lost some of their white fans
Smith has chosen to run, be ask for Credit Manager. Vim ,and the resulting decline in
'deliver without obligation. A-1 attendance was partly responsible .
, VAIL TO WALLCARPETING says, "because my living my l
first fifteen years in the slums Music Center .1606 Main St. } r 1 for the franchise being
of Jacksonville shifted to.Atlanta.florid.. .
should '
qualify
J me." ISABELLA OF PARIS .56 ...... +'

That's Met I have the Amazing yf .. Women's,
, superior tonic tablets, pup
.$85.00 MONTH' CIRCULATION :' S x- CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3
for all the things you want to
Man! work to all work part-time. Ableto do. Box of 30, $1.00. Satlsfac : .d. ... ..irr;,.. .i.r.w 'I Louise Brown;; Corresponding
day Friday Driver's Han guaranteed or Money Back. Secretary,
FHA'VAVULCAN License Good references. .For,Men and Women. Denson; Treasurer, Mrs. Wu.trees .
REPORTER Bronson; Chaplain, Mrs.
'j P.O. Box 230, Dept S., Alice Swain, Music Director
Gary, ImdlanaVETERANSII Miss A. Williams AsmistanlMuala
I Trainee. Must be good In .. ;Miss Jolser'Roberts
English. Apply Director
:
Mrs.
: Statistician, ,
Carrie Arnold; Historian, Mrs.
\ INC. FLORIDA STAR .Malvise Gibson; Parliamentarian .
Jerusalem Baptist Church's Boy Scout Troop 56, completed,' sistant Senior Adios Leader; Lawrence Harris Patrol Leader *. Mrs. Anna Gayle; Chairman .
761-3479 13TH & MONCRIEF NO MONEY DOWN recently u part' of its program, a 26-mile-round-trIp hike ;, Reginald WarreD, Walter Prison, Jimmy Johnson, Bruce Executive Board M r..
II to and from Jullngton Baptist Church, in Loretta, Fla. Tbe Smith, Scribe; Daryl Harris, Patrol Leader Danny Watts, Louise Taylor; Secretary Esc:
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. FOR A 3 OR 4 13-mile Jaunt to Jullngton Baptist was completed in about three Wayne Martin, Eugene Hunt, Senior Patrol Leader; George ecntlve Board Mrs. LuannaNewklrt
'to and from Julington Baptist was -completed la about three Massey Scoutmaster and Isaac Splvey Committee ChaIrman. ; Supervisors of Girls,
BEDROOM and three-fouths hours and averaged about 3.5 miles per kneeling are, from left: Tony Whitaker, Michael Anderson, Mrs. Helen Hughes, Mrs. Esther .
hour. After the young Scouts arrived at Jullngton, many engaged .Donnell Westoo and Eric Bryant. Not shown are Richard Scott, Mrs Vaner Hank-
in recreation: Shown above are, standing from left:, Williams, Patrol Leader Robert Bryant, David DeCosta, Anthony arson; Auditors, Mrs. Erma-.
BUY HOME only'69monllilMAKE.THE ALL BRICK I HOME. A. J. Brown, Assistant Scoutmaster; Clayton Griffin, As- Hicks Morris Hicks Robert Johnson, Bernard Jones tide Holt, Mrs. ".L.
a Blmbry King, Gary Napoleon and Anthony Weston. Chapman. Mrs. Peggy Cooper,
ON LARGE LOT IN Mrs Little Allen, and Chairman
MOVE of Past Presidents Council,

SOLD TO FINER LIVING BEAUTIFUL MOTEL FOR SALE I New Bethel Sunday School Celebrates Mrs. Algenon Bolea. The June
.1969 meetlngjirUl .be fa Ocala.
ALL BRICK3BEDROOM! !Buyers opportunity-modern .
CARVER PINESIMIN. ll-unlt motel, 3 Bdr. tame
"Y 4 ?
acres 500 ft. on UJ. ij;
Ph, 763-3414

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oil SALES OFFICE at DOWtf ON. FHA :
yet
DIVISION & SOth ST. EXPONE:3546746. NOW ON .SALE
TERMS.VUICAN : Dr. King's P1ctuiesNowOoSale
I Limited stock of UClOs Bow

GRAND PARK INC. I on band $1.98 with tram*.
PREMIER MEAT STORE.EDGE '
TEL. 768-3479
WOOD.AVE. .

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EARNING and LEARNING New Bethel AME's Sunday School celebrated with a patriotic Tea McBride, Miss Beverly Portia and Miss Jacquelyn Jones. lathe
recently U the upper sanctuary of the church.Dramatic pr..... other picture, from the left are: Birdie Malbory, Mrs. E.
tations were made. The Luclle C. Coleman Choir and the Shiloh McBride" Paula J. Robinson, Claudette A. Rofclnsan, Vincent$
Baptist Choir participated, among others. In the picture, from' Gilmore, Mrs M.L. Davis, WlUle Frisoa and Jacquelyn Jones.
I I'n, are: Mrs. A.B. Sneed, Mrs. !Helen Hawkins Miss Judith Photos by A. Paul Crawford
.oy. A Girls Can Make Money'

i FOR U"T'Neit'BuaIlDt&lldShopp' Urbm leaps Official Is YictfcliTFracfls '
I I
f FOR RENT '

Hundreds Of Florida. Stir (Newsboys ter. Phone 354-4049. No agCtD.Child 311 W. ethSUApartmeats.furnished : -, 'Files Assault Warrant
unfurnished.bedroom.

Are EARNING From $1. 'to $10.00 Weekly '. ren. $65.00 or no. Ph. 3/1-101 James Director A. Richardson of the,Associate Urban. According received to pre-press by information the.

League reported to police that FLORIDA STAR Wednesday
And LEARNING to do business "' :' he was pulled from Ms car James A. Richardson Associate .',
;
'iMr
Director of the Urban
Wednesday three
Wanted By: ....Wted. League and reputed Civil Rights
YOUNGSTERS!
II and
'are smart
yon Richardson said he was waiting activist Tom Houck took out
GREATER JACKSONVILLE for a friend to come from Jan ,warrants before Justice of the
want to earn your own money 1 this is the "i.4r Liquors at Edgewood and Ave Peace Jesse Leigh against
Lucius
I Thompson and his two
nue B when approached by the
.1.1I ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY, INC. men. brothers after Richardson reported
I way to do it. The official Identified the menu that he was pulled from

.1 A Director for the Food Distribution Program. Applicants Lucius Thompson and two his car.

.1I I PARENTS! Your child need should have a BJS. degree in Accounting, or its equivalent other brothers. One grabbed Tom Houck who was la Rich
may not In experience.: A working background la handling of supplies him by the shirt be said and ardson's company was cut during
tad managerial duties is essential. Interest la community asked him, "So you want to the attack.
but the training gained relations and human resources would be'valuable successful get smart?"
money as a
newsboy administration of the Food Distribution Program. Apply atm Witnesses reported that the Rosetta Cohen Concert!
Ocean Street, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m., to three kicked Richardson about
5.00p.m. the face and the body. Witnesses Planed For First Bore
will help fain. to besaccessful; in later life. pulled the men off. according .
WANTED: By Greater Jacksonville: Economic Opportunity,Inc., to Patrolman it Hardln Mrs. Rosetta Cohen,
Sister Rosetta
i 'a Director for the Food Distribution Program,Applicant{should tamOlarly-known u

Many of the most successfulmen were have a BJS. degree In Accounting or its equivalent in expert' FOE' RENT celebrate Cohen her, co 12th ell1n&v.anniversary will
A la of
background handling and
ence. working supplies managerica -
I Thomas St., 1960, 3 nice rms. at First Born Temple, 825 W.
-
Pv. Bath Elec. Water Monroe oa August 7 at
Down !
and human resources would be valuable la successful administration
Furn. Couple or Small Ch11d. :30.. Elder A. Hill is pastor.
Newsboys .
Food
of the Distribution ProcrUIL.A
The Latlmore will be
$''.00 Per Week. Singers
A \ tt 427 Ocean Street, Monday through Friday from 8.00
present The Southernalr Singers
Goodwin St, 551 5 rms. Pvt
a.m., to 9.00 p.m.
Bath Down, Elec. and Water will participate as will
,
Star! A Route Anywhere You Live I In Furn. Couple or Chill $18.00 the First Corinth.Male Choir
I
Per Week. 388-6472. Other participants will be.
Coming Soon Choir No. 2. First Bora, Elder '
Florida MOTEL Lambert andSlngers,Bra-
,
(i&. Robert Wfllttats
wick ,
GIBBS 12 rooms; private bath J5.0Q Voices of Faith Mrs. Start
Wi'll Pit' You li Bisiusr NitId Club 18 rooms, semi-private $4.00 Edward Jackson and the
..' y sa Day time (semi-private) $3.00 Jackson: Singers, Excelsior
I 4 Weekly Rate (plus tax) Gospel Singers Elder 1UMDavis
,
Callalii Florida SItIr August HIMM 1
y"
Y ,ti'' : and the Davis Singers,

I FILL' OUT THIS COUPON TODAY : % nil: ,... U J:. 1.1. .Door Admission $3.00Joe $2.50: EDKEWIN INTEGRATED: MOTH CHIT Choir Elder of J.Orange Williams Park,and Christine the.
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..'.::I. 5911 u.s.,Cor.Edgewood, Williams. Erma Cohen
.t) Phone 764-0003-41ways Open Gail Cohen, I Mclotosh, the
Simon
1'0. .
Hill Sitter.RKKHOMES. ,
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