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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:
August 10, 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:
UF00028362:00777

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 10, 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:
UF00028362:00777

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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I 1. x.y. 19, a isir i a Negro '%loa Baptist Ctatrth, wu dam nsbed, headline last week' tab
,} supervisor of tilt Services,wu aged aarly Wadnasday morning another type of convulsion, that
r Oil U custody Wednesday U rbea' It wu dytamlud while of rioting and looUM .*.*

t.. Connection With the Ibootl (. JUr. Kutf wu II JacksonriUa probably would have gone cow ,

s The demonstration wu caW. C. Leavood Lea, Praaldant'of tha JackaowrlUe Branch of the NAACP ls ahowt above U harecetrea1 "participating la careawalea for pletely out of kilter except for

off after the settlement ft plaque from Elvis Kaplan, National PraaldMt of the ttrll rifnU orgmliatton. for tilt late Thomas Felix., killed the city curfew.
; Funeral services for the data merttortooa service la the site of LUe Mtmbtrshlpa. The slfnmcanca of:tba:: award: la thai the durlaf the recent strike GI)ul.' 4 ri S"h Bowerer there were wai.

nu were acbedaled for Wed Broach wu outstanding U naUonwlda competition: : Locking oft 1s Rar. Joel X, Atkins, President : has and Balds{ members fiDe tin. Just u there.en around
sesday, Otter strikers were of ere Florida: State: Conferaoca of KUCP Breaches, local u to tea the nation. Ytolese la Mtaml
: expected to return to work following Dr. iliac lart UI motel CIIU' broke out OB August .. Intermittently

-:.' the services.According + f tars at'about I;M a *., Wad aad finally the eur4,
*
r to Ersklne Hepburn, Center Lists TEA 'icllls saaday fturatat sad tt U felt, few wu lined Tuesday of Gds

local president' of the RetailWholesal ha ,probtbly did pt word 1mmadiatety week by, City Wager Marrtft ':
Department I t o r s .A"1" : 'Liwfll.Ij of thadastr ctloftwhS Ruse ]
t. +t' Tar did .. *'
.. Union. ReY. King wfflspeakat e ot Ids way to w.'tt .-is persona ;
Gnat'' Utaaorial Ala.Church -.. 'Immediately Reaaa aamed two.1 I
,
.. ? TBfaJar; isivhat as*:b.n. l "r f .Ccctitenat .!' i rjBMuej tsiaia tVJiia al ,....
.. '
-L..; ebdald aeltbtr u a I flash meetltg. 1- .r to sal%MM Malarjnaicans :
,- memorial: service nor a anlon Th* Florida Education As- r of the/iotaf. He hoped.he '
Tba'dynunlte blutdtltto7td.
i .*...U from a,.:.Tb* ..a1DJatWU1* t _For,:, Progress"Plans _mocWIocFtl, hu revealed Constaaa thai ttwre'Ire Secretary door at the Lovtojai chfrta "closer"ILO llalsoswItlftWtroubled" to establish U .
com Tampa
,
\ rattled windows la
ud
ca.ertmlDaUoa the '
ot flagrant .
CUM
'
am throe* B*
Mayor Tauter had mentioned ,
.shoald be Bad inmediately spokaft, lltlll..t refoiamfft within tilt state t ot charch'a nalgtborbood
tbt.MCotiitlooa M "disintegrated. to develop ft mafslrenfMrric aUau of thv Florida teachers Bat. King led ft Benurlal two appolntMS, both Negroes.
Florida against Negro. .
"
The
FoUowlac tba settlemeai city manager wu commended
t training progrtm totaprorad School desgregatiaa Couacalting UII coacnta, atria TMSday sift at Grant !
byCcomlulmerAtta.
lit said. "Tn settlement reading Instruction Center which, after ft federal Memorial A.MJC. Chxrch for -
terms ftr* ku than the union viii Constaaa said that a lie Range for Ids action. Cain
the
J for all teachers assigned to lengthy following court suit may be In tilt a tDr. the abUaaaloa worker.Sarricas
tai aissionar Raag expressed
for and thu :
hoped mon directive of Federal Court
f ft
majority-Negro altmeataryscoools A study... bees Bade of this vets held Wadnasday for tilt
leaders h
th
hit U could hopes that other *
company gtre- that Doval stop "march.tag
** Judge at
Is one ot ere out- action, ConsUas reported. Reportedly alata BU Abyssisia Baptist .
both aldaa pat community time," wu able to make coach Chares city would seise woe every
first" Ha also wade reference ft sway of the system here, Negro bead minister will become opportunity tb repair tilt losses
The as
transferred to *
FOOT and teachara tnM
i
to the ettya attemptto r.- C..1tI but only at the Board's request.Tha predominantly white or racial sistant to his. father at the AtUata 11th tAa w that bare "caused Miami to be

maIn clear of atrlfa and coo long awaited report says ly-balanced schools are demoted. chart this tall. He ku \ b +[ k.q Nrfltq sus grt gettMg Me1MM1 scarred" by riots Ilk calk J
fusion. again that the survey indicates best pastoiiac la LoalsrlUa tM IMII elttes, ;
.
Local 519 beaded WMI le MMTe Mf The men named TedNkaoJs
by Hepburn that schoola pr adorn tastily CoutaJII did, "We hope local for several years but decidedto
bad been oat strike for aDd Police Lieutenant A. Ler"I
on
'have
Negro 1'.pealtatlUlberu4 his. tathar after tilt
win voluntarilyand Jots
officials
90 da,.. Its membership wu D.-cr.ls proportion of papils, with school discrimination where it tragic murder of his. brother will seek to set up ft list
NI
with tile of commantcattoa between tit
considerably disturbed
sever reading disabilities.A But also wish to Bake This la tilt first bombing of t 1
exists. w* ;
.ho U,e. Jacksonville wu ATLiNTi (NPQ.The way out of this, say the chinch Is LoalsrUia.Dr. ,.. '" f f adalBlatratloa sad thyaggrieved.
abundantly clear that we Intend Negro "" : ''
varoedby Negro Mat Rogers Poor People's campaign will,, Is the locating: of reading if" The mayor,Stephen
report.
11D chinch InBrimlngham
la Marta Uther ( f .:
to mote with dispatch stopping .
Maw Yorker, a 1I&Uaaa11ta4u. reiajna at ere Democratic specialists lathe,**shcools. It" wu bombed. Bar. I; 'f k. Clark hu suggested that all
that Mw. art not golf to National Convention ere Rev., The pupil-teacher ratio also, The secretary said that Negrostideats 'King could tot ba reached for ; / ''' : : : aggrieved parsons and organ: **
''' satlons air their eompUiau.
permit born aataUlshaeot kill Ralph David Abernathy SCLC should be brought don to 30LA mixed comment.KM. ;: 1/-1.t.. ,
ahoot at paopla aad U racially .. ... t ," Briefly also, sews eosisfrom .
hu disclosed."There '
president, "competent" reading soper- .I'
schools are being discouraged .. .. .. ..'. other Is Chicanon '
our paopla. JackaoorlUa II ripe will ba activities at visor should be assigned to -. .. ., 'I' '. areas.
.
from Joining schoolsponsoredclubs. IMfM i .. ,. ..
Friday, u area ll-Uocks
lad doesn't tote ftnythlnf to the and of Aagast We will beat tack predominantly Negro I
They are, therefore long and three wide wu said to
blow op the powder keg If ian tilt Democratic &t1ODa.1CcIa"IIt1oD. 8CbooI. ,
rl&ht for ODe aide to be ." to begin Aid Immediately, condones the ddwled participation c: to ft* Named YP Of : 1" be the fortreu of the BuStElephants ,

armed, but tot the other.' tt. ha added.Be report something mast be done par U,atOUatsd 11.
Rogers \t that time, said that would not elaborate on abed the teaching of Bathe- YEA officials met recently and L with tilt Buck Panthers Acer

If the mayor did not do aom*- SCLC's conventloa plans. Balks aDd the Negro student.Betanlng diuuad FIorI &satctimi'. counties.ip1Dltfi A two 10 IHie WRHCAdrlu .'. :r, -.c : few wu set Trouble brAe out '
thine 'othara lacl Hnf Dr.Aberrthy But there oust also IsDixmoor.: b Little Rock :
that to the of readIng
wu so denying area '
million budget wu approved' K. (Kea) Knight vat. :(y... r B for several days. They pe. !
would be asked to .
the orguitatioa Sounded by tilt the Center recommenda that .t. r. '
coma. late Dr. Mirth Lather King each predominantly-Negro The survey, a result of the eyes of 11 years at Badlo SUtloa '" .;: .. trolled three days and Bifhts. \1

Tea auto BU died Wadnaa- Jr., would be lavolved la tile Junior high 1IoII1411&" at least Bailing out of questionnairesto WKHC, JaekioBTlUa, H'i':' :- Trouble wu bIaIIed ea IMitate .
'
J,100 school people, revealed Florida hu baa appoJatadViet : Prism Farm and its methods F
day, Anfwt 7, shortly after convention 1OIUb w. one teacher with advanced .
that 78 per cent are against President of Programming' of threatlng Negroes. ,...,.
being shot U the abdomen. Ha SCLC says U is sot endorsing training remedial reading.This ; put Y
and Sales elective September \ I a Los Angelo Police Chief TOB
belonged to tilt unloa. Bay wuappraaended a Presidential eudJda1e. At teacher should ba assigned to aprcdsulaoal -
"As organlsa 1stla 'X'Jt ; Reddla said they were ismf
later by Detective tilt same time tilt Rav. Jess that scbooL "-aenlc. courses
asttossl lions," said Costars" we are p ekleg Dill tF sas..., 'satsratloB policing" of distarbed -
CarfMBt R.T. Matthew and bTacUcator Jackson, director, should be provided for teachers
not attempting to make problems -t A wornn'wastrnttd
t : areu.
R'f'n .
W.E. and
.Operation Braadbaakat huAalted tad money provided for the : :
wu said to hare beta bit byfodrt .on black people Mtear expense. Every ort should or bring trouble oaths : I. m. for cln lbllDlll. Taj!
school .rd officials school .r.Z
or 't
from ft Royal SarricM and mlaate tow candidate to soad to remove the Inequities .. : : happened uuaaBlvereatyremlAdar
boards ot tile counties. Our "
<' of the W to SumowrFMtlvaL
f' ,
<
determine which one wilt do betweea white and Negro ;
track.HtfTi the Boat for ate Negro.com schools. major concern la solving or ; ; .... Recently, tile residents
those discriminatory
lossM.ler's munity. The Center teelsthatdesegrig preventing / of Watts and the potter. '
practices agilnst both Negro 1 mea blamed other. :
SCLC's action at tilt contention Is Bore effective than "
likely to take the form of and white teachers a Chicago pollcemu oa It.AUN.cro
lice was other moans counteracting "
Concluding, be said, "If Negro .
police force of Kasjt
of .'
picketing and Beatings with put blunders. A continuing dual
schools are not oa a par ,
delegates la u effort to In- system win perpetuate segregation Chicago Heights, Theodore
II with white schools, the transferof
TwktffMTIBKEGEE. .France Dim tt, wu hospital*
licence .
them to
Therefore
support poorpeople" says the Center. *
less competent white teachers '
lied after shot
s demands. what the Center cans being I.
Ala. Mayor hinders rather that beat'Costlemm. 'la dartford. Conn. oa August
PIP11-. Charlea M. Katrar white mayor G vIII.'s bees 11I I"ted. .. .H u. polka dirp.rseJ, with tsar

lacnnbanthuwoouorcr A aid tfifittnt should be *** ***: ... ."'. / bombs, ft crowd of 40 youth
whdmlac victory over a Negrobnaiaesamu AK lit LafsNNTMTS provided the saperiatendentandshould ABBUUKKH) DOCeTTBarotfk. file! molted la ft bottle-throwing.
anB former aduca- help the present staff Mrs Krtfl Wil Be .! incident Policemen were **
for, Thomas Read U Tyeaday la Batters of integration, says : Coha, Sr. President hart Thethrowtrswr*
mimVrtpal election la thin sMWH of WXBC cited Mr. Knight's .
: ,
predominantly the report. This would involve charged with inciting to riqt, (
Negro city. GAINESVILLE: -'latagratioaBovad informing the community and A1RA HMored GuestMU.1tIMrs.'MuW .ghba0ln caatrlWJou to UI throwing.Jnjurloas objects oaft
Complete but anotnclalre* up s notch Is Gansrllla interpreting the new policiesto rut and to the radio profession public highway sad breac* I
tau: showed Keerar wUhlIM '' Luther. at the heal state and .'
Jut veek.lbeadamastand the Dl1Chb<<1Iood. The chief ., of tilt peace aad reslstacftr,*
votes to 779 for Reed who wubkkUnc 'Ifas-rlddaa,: JLBC"'Loaage. excise of Negro drop-outs, revealed Lag Jr. will be the honoredguest national Urals Itbiisoi Will Support Dmcnt rest .'
to become the only Kero arrad three local leaders last the report } because at ft dinner fllp+ 'f Knight Isragardaduapionaarla Los Aagelupolleewszscharged i' j,
,
( mayor of an Alabama dry ...,.--.11 Nell Butter Al of excessive absence.. Whites the coBTaatloa of 1,800 talsvlsioft sad holds record NEW TORK--JackieRobinsoo bees the same If Goktwater by leaders wla "BOOK ')
with white MefroraaldanU. Daniels and Thomas Coward. have excused lack of Interest member of jhe HatlQaalof for .ecdect rag the longest eonttasou will sot back Richard Nixon, had bees nominated in 19M.The Judgment" The eutty MIIKsal -

la dry I Cornell elections Negroes Dwight Slater, manager, bad The Center Bade another observatloB Televisioa sad Radio Aaaouncers. all-Negro tekrldoBAot according to latest reports former athlete said that wu impoert after demaamlwr ::!.
won four of the five scats. ".. cosunent". that there wu no la the fovth. Bis Sondaymoratef boat the 1IIU1-lat.l, outstanding be will support any of the aad* by Negro. yoA )
fieP'otIlDIU This will be strictly back'\ Cospal TT Democratic nominees. '
pamajoriryontha The manager whoso lounge difference betweea the rate of program Bepablleaaworfcer. II&dtr. ,
city polls fore and thechief was ldegatediarltor;: according tailing students of either race tie affair lid will ba la Ba,.' tilt Km Knight Show hu been Not oaly will he kav Nixoa's. Further, said Robinson, "I New Orleans wu sot spared- ; I,
E.... Barrison., Is Negro to reports, refused to la elementary schools daring front Park *.-** T-. Performers naaIaI for four year CaaaBa .. party- he wfli also'resign from Intend to go over, if the Democrats flee sua Is dea,tbr*'w BMla4'

In Macon County, of which serve rights leader Irrte Lee the period ItU-I1. The report will be BUI Cosby'' ..14.StaUca war. $* I0??* Governor Nelson. would have me sow". ekes they eagaged Inns trgaT'
Taakeg**I Is ere county'seat, Dawkina, whams arrested hatto indicated ,also that focal Buster of ceremonies,.Sidney 1s also OM of the founders Rnrkefarier of New Toil' lad support the Democratic meat over ,roof- .|.
.p'oe.lIoJdtlael posts sheriff week to gjv* la Negro community: leaders Potter, The ....... NansyWlUoa of thaRadio usual AIaocJaUGa fi Rotaasoa said the reason for nominee to the best of my demands by a t eater msayet.

and tu collector lid two seats ft vi wag to lea v.. Be wu expressed satisfaction with the Dtonne Warwick sad Aanoanecrs, csrrantly withdrawal ls that the Nixon ability Is 1M. and pray to Oa, yon,> serloas"r r BjureC
oa tilt school board and board later fried OB BUly Eckstiae. Mrs. King winjresula W41Dc their anneal meetlag in ticket Is ft "racist ticket." God that every black ma.. and fell whes strsck by tile.west
of rare me. annealedwand report u prueDttc1'j,1t is the dry over sight IIIaaL Be said the effect would have CONTINUED 05 PAGE <14 from u alert officer. : ;I;

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Ohio University Offers Sections On Negro History And Literature I


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E,' Ikherd Wi-W, Lerol JMMS, Hirlea. Cilintil Festhd_ .Sum Hdelaaii's Rev. Sillhraa Oteas


: Itktwta, Listed !I. Cirrinta OIC Gerswtt Metifedirhf .Ce.

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.',ATHENS, Ohio-Ohio University will offer during the coming PHILADELPHIA TA garment maufacturlng coupuft aUbIad.lDIUateds
academic year seven courses with beer 4$ sections on Negro -' and administered was opened AugustLeon
'history Negro literature and the literature of the black molt. .5. bF Reverend H. Sullivan,. Pastor of Zion Baptist
n.
.. Host of extensive offerings history In greater depth. S 4h1 :aardl, and founder at the 1511042117 successful Opportunities

>rtalnln( specifically to the In the English department one 1 : in :kM.w Industrialization Center Program:
'Jlfegro' hare been recently in* upper division course will deal +.t 4 r al, This Industrial enterprise Is AItmaD offered the full servkes'
\\ftiruted In response requests specifically with Negro literature called "PROGRESS GARMENT of his staff to assist la preparing .
from both white and black students. including works by Ralph MANUFACTURING CO ..- the Power Sewing Machine -.
Ellison, R i c h a r d Wright, PANT" (PGM) and: is located Operators who would be
Dr. Thomas S. Smith, provost Chester Rimes and Le Rot at 2000 Windrim Avenue, in employed at PGM. He also pro-.
"of Ohio University said the Jones. ft fl_ '. Tided OIC with cloth, valued at
courses are offered "to mate At the freshman level, tvo The first contract awarded to thousands of dollars, on which
tte black man more visible In English courses with 20 sections PGM was made by "The Vil twenty selected women were
the university curriculum. each, will focus on the lagers" the largest women's specifically trained during a
These courses wull update the literature of the black revolt. clothing manufacturer In Am- .ten-week period.
study'"of the Negro's contributions The seminar courses, entitled erica. This new enterprise will Ross offered the expertise of
to our cluture, and of Contemporary Issues will use eventually employ 100 workers his Onion and assigned -Soar
struggle for equal appori such boots u "Black Power" ta the manufacturing: of ladles Khan his assistant, to the pro-'
,." Charles Carmichael and garments. At the opening of feet E. C. Jones, Regional
::Tour Negro history courses' Hamilton, "Another, .PGM twenty-one sewing machines Manager of the Singer Sewing
ire Icing instituted this year. Country" by James Baldwin, were being operated by Machine 'Company, advised on
-At the undergraduate level, two and "Crisis Black and White" women and girls who had been purchase of machinery, and a
'Bourses will cover the history by Charles SUberman. trained In 04.C/S North Philadelphia generous discount was allowed
,xa the Negro in America up to In addition to courses concerning Center. on tloe.epufpmentporchawee.
3900 and since 1900. At thegraduate the Alr -Amerlcu, Ohio ".Intend to double the ama Continental Bank and Trust
level, two additional University offers over 50 ber of employees. by 1970"Rev. Company provided the loan to
Ocourses W1U examine Negro courses In Its African Studies MUvan said "tt Is our aim to finance the project and Hubert
'" Program. The three-year old be the tap producer la the, Reran, Chairman of the board
:I' DROWNING THIRD program is one of only 16 African clothing industry. We have at at Continental; Robert Boyd
':Drowning has been Florida's Language and Area Centers last entered into the mainstream Vice President, gave financial
third leading cause of accidental in the United States which are of our economy and have assistance. Herbert R.. Cain,
death for years says the recognized under the National become productive. We anticipate Jr., General Counsel for PGM,
:state Board of Health.itcr. Defense Education Act. securing additional con negotiated the teasing of 19,000
The African Studies program tracts from other companies square feet In the Wayne and
offers two years of bothSwahlll and participate la bidding competitively Windrim Avenues building with
and Hausa. Either African language oa contracts directly the Bins 'anger Corporation.
will fulfill the univer with the Federal Governmentand Rev. S.Cline also stated that
sity's language requirement for other industrial sources;: the self-help investment group
a bachelor's degree.A of 11I11 vestedla
-= Ownership wU be opened to aa additional
faculty of ten In the African "The Harlem Cultural Festival success with more than 650 members of Zlon Investment 4,000 people during the fall of
Studies Program offers other wasahuge feet above the grom4''Other: partklpaaU were La Roque Boy Associates Inc. who
15,000 persons In attendance.The center of attraction was MiriamMakeba Dancers and Drummers Irwin C. Watsoa. West Indian-born this year and stressed the point
courses In Africanhistoy government also built Zloa Garden Apartments
Internationally famed. In the above picture Alvin Paul comedla; Ray Benito, Alberto Santiago, Eddie Palmlerl and that aogovermmentallncoeywu
anthropology art economics Plata
Progress Shopping
,
: f rt_;; i i iij.miW and geography. is seen U be performed a West Indian dance on stilts sixteen Mike Quashee known u "King of the Limbo." Center (to be dedicated Involved la the projects.)

: AJ Seism lei & hd Co.HI this fan) and are the owners of Chicago YootfcsChirgid
| New..* Aw. W44HIDunllci StilhMi C oMeN Gridiswwce Expertise li Sihtnrork Progress Aerospace Enter
; I fuel Ci. price Inc. The President of Dale of
ate L (A W. IIMUIDOES Needs II the for ,
Usift W above projects
: I er' t of the is
Carl U HalrstoiLAifonso Failing Pledge
Wardell C. Croft, President Wright Mutual Insurance Co., Jackson -
Is Vice PrUI eaI. William
AIR POLLUTION Detroit Michigan, was Install u President of the National CIICAOOQPDAodberitrlk
T. Dowses Is Treasurer. .Anita
Insurance Association at the cl lose of Us 4Sth Annual Convea- youth workers' has been
IRRITATE YOUR SKIN? lion la Louisville. csppellmSecr.ttry.Rev.Sul- threatened by the Concerned

:Out. trM. rim* W (tlWf p.N $ M Croft succeeded George S. and J.A. Batts, agency officer : liven is Chairman of the Board. Staff of the Commission on
/Ji CM r..tt Mow oitk NM IMP Eutace Gay, Sr., and Elmer Tooth which has
of Welfare accused
President Chicago Afro-American Life VicePresidents.
Harris
,
''' lM OtUUtt >kM M? W"f II Jr. Vice-Chair
..t.'I, NHlla. MI. Metropolitan Mutual AssuranceCo. : Three new directors Tong, are Mayor Richard J. Daleyof
.elm* .NetCM1Nw of the board.
[ WcMM.ntCN ** met
w N.."r.NS "1I lip_. Uer. ., who was Installed as Chairman nelected: L. R. r reneging on a pledge to
... + William ao..a. President of the
u.pp.*'* *4 l
for
tAf*'rM in.<.tlr.Nnr1..I 1 of the Board. Taylor, actuary, Mammoth Life Joint Board of the International Improve summer programs
"sltk MCCIUuie. ttux ii J.A. Blame Dejole of New and Accident, L.D. Jones, Vice black people. Unless the
... .... .
.> *ICI(. *' 14."l/l | I** Ulltticial Ladles Garment Workers Union
Orleans was re-elected Secretary President C a I Metropolitan reported promise Is kept, (he
"_tll *f *MH S Vice
.l ky HK UMIH tlitttCM PN...r of eauaa "u\ Presidentof has vowed to
racti .. and C.O. HoUis. CLU and T.a Cia1Uard.Prtlldl.nt group stage
.
l dtN MMllkitCry ***< "oc. -The with
Villagers" along
lit _.ictticf pi ittes ..I ......11' Augusta Ge, was re-elected Great lAkes Mutual r another walkout which could
...M W..hi ..5tss..e. 0..N. Ber. Sullivan, planned t h e the
1s efforts to
Treasurer. actuaryofPeople's damage city's
.
Dtjole GUUam Sr. vice
Met.ltl Nttt ".Itf'M tI 9415 SIC.Lill" Ufe. IU. e operation. They selected Harold
.MUM N..t 10* MtMI I'.lw: ; Ufe Insurance Co., president Universal Lie, was r e cto keep Chicago cool especially
,
W..... tomr.. CIM>*>.DMwil. ...... 1s Vice President T. Bran for training for the the Demnratlcllatbnal
\ .11."It II (i.1,1 ll Ckl l. t and Hollls senior named Ito nil:executive' committee during
INN Hit III.,1tt.-..".* Ml* I***.* l0t, of Pilgrim Health and along with six elected top managerial post in PGM.National Conventtoa.,,, ; (,1' -T'
"lwurt
4. |* M.>tt. :Uoo.\"r.a: Life Insurance Co. officers..
rtlMII I UIN' SSCCIIILI AC6
ClIM' J. Mason DwvlsofBrimlegbam Croft said the association will
was re-elected general counsel hold mid-year meetings la Detroit Alliance of-
GET HCADTOTOEfROTCCTION He 1s general counsel of Protective November .-., 1963 and'
Industrial Life there. In Augusta Ge. March l6-t
MM HW tMMTtlM lOdni M4tClllM N ,
MIN lUCcfnI&AT. II WMly MlhM Other officers Installed were 1969. The Annual Convention
.MN"N.. p tI...Nt.ts.,.e1..5.041. Mtt\II4t" NNNtr.IMktl ,....l1w J.C. Harrison assistant actuary will be held la Miami Beach Postal Employees

-Mill/ 00o0 tVCCltf UK* I tOAf.iftiM k*. MI. rUIU I Atlanta Ufe Insurance Co., in 1969, Richmond..Va.,la 1970., ..::
actuary; Noah H. Bennett act and Detroit la 1971. The annual
.. .
M Ik*six *am cii uary. North Carolina Mutual meetings will begin the third '
week In July he said. :/ ,t rJ; Meets In Miami

Croft is a graduate Stillman
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College, Tuscaloosa, Ala., and ., if..

has studied at the Alexander A .' '.\ \; :t!.; Beach 20PestMUter
Hamilton Institute and passed. '. '. a August
parts I and n of the Chartered.
LIVE ute Underwriter examination.He SILVERSMrm-Arthur Smith of New York (right) shows his forged silver necklace to al
Go T is married and has a son. C. Johnson, president of the Johnson Wet Company. Smith's unique work was among the first
FRI.3:30- He is a director: of the National selected for Inclusion In a collection of crafts by 100 of America's master craftsmen to be Cneral WitsMWM
P SAT110DCAS1tAUGUST16th&17th-t Business League the called "OBJECTS.U5A, The Johnson Collection: of Contemporary Crafts" Smith maintains
9\\\1. Rophelle Corporation, BookerT. his own Jewelry shop in Greenwich Village in New York and has lectured on the art of craftsmanship Address Hub
** Washington Business League at many universities! The collection: which will include abed $00 objects will be GithirlM
and of the Detroit Council completely assembled by 1969, and will tour campuses and museums. The collection is
of Insurance Executives. He Is sponsored by the Johnson Company. MIAMI BEACH Postmaster General W. Marvin Watson will
address the opening session of the National Alliance of Postal

a member of the of Detroit the executive Area Council committee Arabk Nobles CtMSMMTTMK.MS IIdrItltlH at Florida.10-.30 ..m. Tuesday, August 20, at the Eden Roc Hotel, MJ&aJ.


,1 1st Prize PORTABLE DISHWASHERby the,United Boy Scouts Negro of Fund.America and Lay GroundworkFor Ashby G.Smith, national president of Pr.sldllII'Beatrlc.. Slmkins

WASTE KING Croft is also treasurer of the AnniversarYThe New cblfi.i. )s states that this will be of Boston, meeting at me same
the largest convention in the
Inner Its theme"ne'Role
Improvement Forum, time, has as
and Isabudgetcommittee member Ancient Egyptian Arabic NEW YORK College seniors are getting aa inside look at union's history and the most Woman la
2nd Prize PORTABLE STEREO of the United Community Order of Nobles of the Mystic the operations national retail merchandisers as part of aa a1pUIeaM.AdIiWODal. These ChangingNegro .."

by MAGNAVOX OTHERS Service, Detroit, aDd the ftrine of North sod South America organized effort to close the "credibility gap" between business speakers fur the
MANY Michigan United Fund. Other and Us JurI.scS1cUou.IDe.,- and- alien' students. convention Include, Howard Poor MvcktrsMM '
affiliations'Include UN Association is planning for the 75th annlver Thirty students from Negro aeries of seminars oa various la for second five-yeu term

Don HarrisPlumbing NAACP.Committee for sary. colleges around the country are phases or retailing but spending on the Matloaal Labor Relations -
Neighborhood conservation and Officials are now sending out participating as "interns" IDa most of their time la stores Board; Timothy liar Tt Visit
Improved Housing, and state calls for enrollment. The general concentrated program sponsored and la the executive offices of General Counsel for the PoetOffice
Mental Health Advisory Com plan is for brothers to by the Consumer Distribution the company. Major points In and The Honorable Dm CmMtta
ell He is a trustee and assistant advance .through the Knights Committee In the management training pro- Claude Pepper, Congressmanfrom
treasurer of the Second Templars or the Consistory Into: cooperation with the New York gram Involving store organisation the EltnntbCODcr'u1oD. MIAMI BEACH, Fla.NPO
Baptist Church, Shrine membership before June Human R'g>ltT'fHtllTl'ltlfHI TV* personnel supervision al District of Florida. The Poor People's cam.
la 1964, Croft was named of 1969. The fraternity wants 11-week session will continue human relations and mer- Jenkins win addross the pre- p&Jpers.lJttr making a brief
"Businessman of the Year" by 29,000 new )Joiners. John H. throuch Aqust. ehaDdI.I1JIc. Cooventlon Public Meeting onto appearance at the Republican
the Booker Washington Business Hester is Imperial Potentate.The Aubrey C. Lewis, personnel The seminars deal with such evening of August II. Congressman National convention .are oa
"NewSkmutoow"; Association. Imperial Office is 514 One representative for the F. W. subjects! as standards of selling, Pepper will be the their way Chicago,,where they
New York Avenue Building, Atlantic speaker at the Convention
Woolworth Company one of the la-store operations, merchandising Ban will seek dramaUae the plight
*** .! City 80401.( .
30 retailing companies participating policy, store eipansioa rot on August tt. of the before the
Handyman ports J *"'" la the program said the computer methods andresearchsystems. addition to strengthening DeaGeratIc 2Ytlot elam*" e.Thu' .
Fixture displays : p men taking advantage of this opportunity .. the internal organisation of the la aurcaers action at the
NEW ADULT
Tools jjg;: &&& CLASSES. will reps to their They spend most of their tIat'"CID union, this eonveattoB win study coaveatioa Is likely to take the

Remedying -.-i-..&......&....?> campuses: "with a clearer pic- the Job" Itirnlrc about the Report of the President's form of pkketiacaad; meetingswith
Repairs Start! Sipt., 3, IK 1:11: PM tare of the retailing field sad sales merchandising, sales Commission oa Postal GrgaaIxaUoa delegates la aa effort to
r_ New Push-Buuon hopefully with become walking promotion; stocking of merchandise for the poqbI1e effects laOaeace them to support poor
'"''10.:' ;;; D WASTE KING ENROLL NOW! talking spokesmen to Interest display procedures, its recommendation pt<'
:: :__ have.
other potential colleges graduates balanced operations and expense oa postal employees. B wawas'idmstorylaltlam(
". ,;," :'f; UNIVERSALStainless lisjitil Aids Class in careers retailing. control. Aa intensive' workshop, outllalag ipeach, where the deoonstra*
r a". w: Steel Two of the students-Steven "ne, also nil lean about the Alllaace Mew* ton toured the swankhosUlriea
.;. ., \ .r ;. Dishwasher,, Cisiiir-Silis Clerk W. Collins a senior at More- the restaurant facilities and Approach to Equal Employment and carried signs reading"Slst

'. :., : *' house College !in AUanta.Ce,, will work with buyers to get aanderstandtac Opportunity la the Federal, state-Hanger." '
a SUmltu Still link,nili Kiiliriartii Tii.ttr's Aide Service wlU be held
innwdow* and Guy Rawllngs senior at of how to bay oa Aafost By Just marching at the con
f SGmutss Steel'H Ate Morgan State College la Bam-; merchandise preparation for u.ne' vention.. the demonstrators W-
x Washing Action Group and Igdividval loslricfioi more, Md., are getting this the coming ffftptjf, M ||f. Women's Auxiliary of the a profoead effect: span dele
7 Cycles "accelerated experience" lathe Lewis upJa1"a Alliance under the l.derstdpkIro ...... Amid all the pomp and

.. : Automitic 1u41-Cost Oiteieent Sound Condilwnlnf Cup 'Guitar-Piano.Voice management training pro "While doing this they will splendor sad hoopla of the OOP
-U-- Trumpet-Drums Fie.
Oispoio.DumSoarkli gram of the Woolworth lean an about the controls WMAi.M convention, there was the sickeatng -
Saxophone-Flute-Oboe Oboe "Trombone-Viola Company. that vital to store
Rinserlectio
are every awaxeaes that s o m e
e ( .Silety Door latch ,French Horn-Theory 'String Bass-Tuba Neither of them foad tbe bull. manager. These Include such dry's Proffers Asterlfiu many of t k e pi
: JimoMltic: Hula ness world to be duU. Both ascribed areas u shrinkage, breakage, .i YOO.E-NPo-AHar- iJack.-lire la squalor. .
..Viol1n.CeUQBolden's their experiences as expense'control and:, most important lea firm has. bon awarded a Aa the Rev. Ralph David Ab-
"very interesting" and one of proper. customer ser contract for a dUing the city's SCLC president and
All lt....l.>l Itlll! paid pu.enl.d ||.iu| Mr.-Collins said he tnd1ea
them .
was vice."Although
(tillH. *tlX tl CWIMIM lot 20)<..>. K-t-minioa crmamlty utloec:31000 : pot it;
., College already thinking of making retailing the young mm will "U the Republican: party can
e his career. not be to mange stores
ready coatract went to afford this lavish aemonstraUoa -
f:i 4029 Blanding Blvd. 772-0900 '1816 W. 20th Street Registrar.356-6469 \",Ton caa get oat of It what after a mere 11 week of exposure Luau, Ticker: Company described (at the canoe tio4 surety.
: JOt JIll into it, and I like that," la our kn.let u the oldest Megro ac- JOt caa meet the modest demands
E. L. Johnson, Acting President be explained.. will .tIt working cotadng first ta the state. Bwaa of the Poor People's
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I [:Wedding: : ijfJ 1 1Bobby Will Sponsor U1AUI Will BEACH Be Thrilling-The ttbsn. The Youth Metropolitan Plans Nursing Event

DUal Miami
International Boat Home Club! will present a Youth
Amil EventThe i, Show, one of the nation's largest Program on August 18 at tile

UcGriff, 820 Leila St. Harold Gilbert, IBM W. DuvalSt. Lily Whit Security Bene- ; expositions,will beheld Joe James Center.
32 and hula A. Tolbert, 826 ., 22 and Charlotte A.Martin, fit Association, Royal Court No. Ftr for the first time next year' Among partlclpans will be
at giant Miami Beach ConveatioaHaU. .. Lucille Uisa
Leila St., 30. 1153 Logan St, 17. 131, will present the anal Lowery,
Laura L. Johnson, Green Cove niversary tea Sunday August Carla Lucas: Miss Valerie
Everett Jackson, Jr., San Diego .Springs Fla, 52 and Mary 18, from 4 to 6 p.m., in th*. Dates for the 1969 Miami International Ualbry The Gretel and Gertie
Calif, 34 and Verdell R. ''J, Davis, Penny Farms, Fla., Blodgett Home Auditorium. Boat Show art February Dancers Ulss Frances E.
21
Covington, 90S W. 22nd St., 31. Mrs Emma L. Dennis Yates through 26. Lowery, Mist Cynthia Kendrel,
42.John John Rogers, exeuctlve: manager Leroy Mallory
1(47 Is Chairman Others are: Mrs.
Henry Brown: West said officials decided to Contestants wW be Tommie.
1237.W. Fannie Williams CoChairmanand
Daniel D. HoUoway, 7th St., 19 and Paula Nollta ,
and Deborah A. Mrs. McGowan Programs move across Biscayn Bayafer Howell, Patricia Brown, EriinPaden
Bearer St., 20 Reeks, 4515 W. Uoncrlef Rd., ,
the De-
Howard, S71I Dabala Dr., 17. 17. Participants! will be: Urs. show literally outgrew the Ulchele Chappell, '
Helen Cleveland,Mrs Ola Lawrence physical capacity of Its previous lecia P lit m In, and Lisa t.

Johnnie Baker, BIZ W. Lincoln Walter Lee .West, Jr., 1187 Rev. AlIn.L.. Jones, Auditorium.home, Miami's Winner Key Edwards
Ct., 33 and Gertrude L. W. 27th St., 23 and Carmen Miss Ines Johnson Mrs Ida
Tutson, 1318 E. 31st St., 21. Marie Atkins, 2044 W. 6th St.,' Scott, Urs. Lillian Hazel Urs. If .
Freddie Collier. 1581 W. 7m 23. Genera Coleman, Mrs Uattlt ti
St., 21 and Henrietta Yvonne Brown, Woodrow Car II,Mrs
Price 5786 Draud St., 18. Israel Lee Klght, 1817 W.Z4th Daisy Wallace;M;James Bryant, I
St., 22 and Ketnrah Ella Atkins, St. Augustine; .. laths Harris -
Charles Foster, 117 W.Mama 1684 Fairfax St., 20. Urs. Jennie Ve Crockett, L

St., 72 and MaRie Harris, 1050 Urs. Henrietta Roberson Louis .
W. Monroe St., 58. Charles Verse 1008 LawrenceSt. Howell and Urs. George Rich
., 22 and Shir ley Cornelia Oliver Hostesses will be the Young 4&MjAnA0oBb, rou Betty wuuam. In-service teacher front West Pain Beach, demonstrates
David Dunham, Jr., 4909 Tennessee 1780 Pearce SL, 21. Women of Allen of St. Stephen the proper methods of: using tile 3M Fllmac 400 Ulcer-film reader'printer during
St., 21 and Gloria Gall A.ME. Church. a Classroom session of the Health Project la Teacher Education at Florida AIM University.The Clac1'
Plttman, 1960 W. 14th St., 19. Betha Harries Officers of the Association workshop>> Is a field study In community health resources especially: designed for teachers,
Droad'St. Miss are: Deputy Pearl Washington health coordinators, supervisors and principals. In-sertke teachers the class looking OB ] ..,
Samuel Blngham, 5742 President; Mrs. Roretta Fletcher are: Mary M. Meal,Panama City; Arthur P. Reed, Panama City; E.B. Atkinspulncy; Geral-.
., 25 and Alice: Beverly Grant, Sergeant H.M. Miller Vice President; Urs.Julia dine Finley West Palm Beach: ; Curtis Plttman, Panama City: and Elizabeth T. Jerlngan., State
5742 Droad St., 31. P. Gilmore, Recorder: Urs. Department ci Education la Tallahassee.

Miss Mary Magdalene Betha, MarY B. Taylor. Financial .- -
Wiggins-Chandler daughter of Ur. and Urs.Frank Secretary;-Urs.: Sarah Anderson

Betha and granddaughter of Teller; Urs. Willie J.., WiNfJJfjFor JI.O'"
Ur. and Urs. T.V. Chandler .. 8.... Theus,was marriedto Stephens, Financial Secretary; The Artists CircleIn sppp
have announced the engagement Sergeant Howard March Miller )(C.. Marie R. Collins, Treasurer 1
of: their daughter Delores to son of Urs. Mary B.Smith, Urs. Roxanna Johnson, .
Jacksonville, Fla., at 2 p.m., Chaplain; Urs. George Etta the blistering heat of a. (
on June 271a RAF LakenheathAir Rich, General Manager; Mrs. summer evening, a near capeelty :
house related la the .
Base chsp.tcbaplalnAs4sley Willie Baker,Inner Guard,Urs.. refreshing atmosphere of the. A-
N. Pogue officiated. Mary Loa Black, Marshall, air-conditioned MsrrayTheatre .
The bride wore empire gown Urs. Mary Lou Black, Chair ,
of: sift with a lace bodice and man Sick Committee; Fred at Ravioli, where.
Carmen DeLavallade, one of: '
sleeves. The veil was attached Washington Chairman Relief:
to a matching headpiece. The Guard. 'America's most prolific
bride carried white Bible and modern dancers and company,
oratg blossoms. A receptionfollowed. delighted the audience with:

.ax The couple will tour D.B. limes choreographic splendor.
.parts of England before returnIng The sylphlc symmetry of De-
to America. LavallaoVs engaging style was .'
Club HoldsAnliivorsery most effective In expressing
-.d ,
the moods feelings and emotions -
Engaged of: the famed torch singer
Billie Holiday lathe "Portrait and Mrs. Normal J. Brown art U Jacksonville for the"Goad
DELORES CHANDLER Urs. Frank Barnes of San a BUl s." This psychologicalhuman Mews For All Nations" District Convention of: Jehovah's
WUbert Wiggins, scaot Ur. Francisco, was a visitor la the narrative was choreographed Witnesses la the Coliseum this week-end. Mrs. Brown Is the 'F s .ow tr.rRS
and Urs. Wiley Wiggle The city alter aa absence of about by John Butler with supervising minister for United States Circuit No. 29 with
weddlnf will take place Satur* IS year While her Urs.Barnes costumes designed by Geoffrey headquarters la Tallahassee. Brown appears oa the program
day August 24. at Ore o'clockat was a guest of St Holder. The music consisted Sunday morning speaking. on the subject "Pursue the Things
ML Ararat baptist Church. Stephen AME Church, Rev. J. ci songs by Miss Holiday.. The Making for Peace.
A reception will follow at tbe : 8. Johnson, pastor. silent story came la three
church. Miss Chandler Is a graduate Hosts to Mrs. Banes were sections, Young Billie,""BUile Mrs. Webb Improves S .;
of New Stanton Seniooh IA:1 Mrs Nora Anderson Miss .s Blues" and "The Stuff. Pilgrim Charity 'f'1,4 \ ':',+\
iLt School and Is presently Willie Ma Jackson,, ..r.. Ada Miss DeLavaUaoVs choreographic Club Celebrates I' ,;f>. .. ;
Recent Illness .J:
From
Florida Junior Col- created the .k
attending Jones, Urs. Ola 1&wreaceMr strokes iii: -- -- --- -
lege. Ur. Wiggins, a graduated and Urs. George Miler Ur. portrait of tile famous singer. The Pilgrim Charity and Mrs Lola B.Webb,1389 Kings
NewStutooattendedEdwud and Urs. Woodrow Can, Mr. The tortured facial expression Saving dub Is celebrating the Road, Is convalescing. Urs. the he-look she-took .
Waters College He also served and Mr a. Robert Mlxon and Mr. with the upturned lips, the twenty-second anniversary oa.August Webb 1s a member of: Hew Ut Co bold In the Incur!S t rtigpnlly hen isume with j
la the United States Air Force.Lucille and Mrs Junlous Jones Urs.Barnes saucy way la which she enticedher 19 la the St Joseph Olive Baptist Church and 1s u ant!"|uri| |>ro"ii guhiitl-Irailior upper| rxteiwion i
,was lilt Nest of: her prey, a.n4.the soulful maa- Baptist Chorea. Urs. Beam, administration volunteer for
Ut la which she cuddled her sole.:Vulluu iK-rfing. p'litgo U wU QualtCraft \ j
.I'r. .hMftr4B.. Md dater ; tour tUf'AUet Is president Ur* Gateway Barracks, No. 313U
ColeniiiiChorus :- 't; / and Mrs. MalaeM Lee and of maa, and It wasn't, necessary/ UCl Mae Uerrltt Is secretary Urs. Webb Is also past pre- update a f real rampu lauir! fur just 6.99'a&th .
.I. her nephew, Ur. Arthur J. to wonder when she reached the .v Urs. Beatrice: Thomas sldent of Auxiliary 3131.
IB Misical Tcm Dd.J.hnla's. point of'oo return with "The Is reporter.
JIBS GATLE LA: VERNE GILLBUlss Stuff'. B was all-Miss Holiday.

The Lucille Colenua Chorus, Gayle LaVerne Chili portrayed through the Intense CaneDa Ladies
Urs. Verdell James, organist, daughter of: Ur. Kelly Gillls of emotions, the perception and BEING TOUR HENS :
wW be presented la recital Cocoa, and of Mrs. Mary GUlisof sensitiveness of: a great dancer.To Meet
August 24
Sunday Bight, August 18, at Jacksonville, and Ur. Bea- Witnesses the music of Rachmanlfoft 1.0. THE FIOEIDA5JU, 228 HOGAN STREET .
Ala Metropolitan Baptist,for moa. Louis Kendall SOB of Geoffrey Holder choreographeda The Camels Ladles dub will GATEWAY CENTER REGENCY SQUARE !
the benefit of: Men's Day, August Police Sergeant and Urs.Beamoa beautiful dance entitled "Sy-, meet with Urs. Ethel Walker, 2323 MONCRIEF RD. IN GAINESVILLE MALL. GAINESVILLE
25. The program Is spaa Kendall, wW be mar The following .schedule Indicates baretes" la which Miss DeLa- 1702 Tyler Street, Saturday, MAIL 0I0f IS..M lOt pMtof* 9*.. ....1s.n.He C.O.D.'"| ._
eared by Mrs. Rosa Owen. rid oa Saturday, October 19,. the activities for three vallade, Juan Antonio,-, Lyre, August 24, at I p.BL.:, with Mrs
Urs. Mary Mealy will be 1968, at Second Baptist Church,. closing services of: Jehovah's Kothera and Wesley Fats performed -\ A.M. Haynes U Co-Hostess.
featured oa the program. The at 6 p.m. Miss GUlis Is a Witnesses at the Jacksonville with poetic Insight u' Urs. A.M. Harttog Is president !
public 1s Invited. Rosa Owens, graduate of Tennessee Agricultural Coliseum: aa Introduction to the evenings
District 37. and Industrial university.Ur. Monday: 1:45.1: R.... Mitchell, program DAVIS-
Kendall 1s a graduate of: Comments oa Day's Text. Baptism Miss Kothera.and Wesley Fatsjoined Court u135 sf.tu
Bethune-tyokmaa College. la Response To the Good la the "Pas De Dent," Washington
News L.W. Qulnn. Baptism.Afternoon another one ci Holder's creations Brood 353-5791,
On History
IlIII .--- : Prayer and Experiences ,* to produce one of: the Checks
SPEAKSp 'I RX Thompson; H. more colorful presentations of Washington Court 20$ will 25th ANNIVERSARY SALE!
IrnE COLLEGE STUDENT J. Ashenback. A Yoke That Is the evening to.tile music of celebrate the fifty-second anniversary -
I II' Heavy and CM That Is Light Michel Le Gras .on August 18 at St.

ABOUT INFLUENCES By DORS BROWN I Are You Training Now for the Odetta furnished the music Stephen A.U.E. Church, Fifth
I Trials Ahead? A.W. Washington for "Come Sunday" which and Davis Streets. Urs. Campbell .'
1 NEGRO: PRESS INTERNATIONALMuch 1 Where More Preachers of featured DeLavallade who
I ; gave Is Most Ancient Matron

Is S&14"theM days about religion and resulted devastation la countless'deaths of the J.G.the Good Debit Mews Keynote Are Address Nadel. and the visual dance distinguished delight. fluency *Urs.r. Ellxa Robinson Is report. (.1 SPEED UEENQuality

lence.' Jewish communities la Europe. the Good News of a WorldWithout The entire cut Joined la the end Dependability 6too. 19Oa I
with Its
And the Inquisition False Religion DA culminating feature, "Banda"
scenes on television have a bad tortures and death sentences, Smith. which was demoniacally exciting While Rose Unit
Influence on the nation's youth. was another '1 r Jim p laot of Friday night G.J. Hoc win and rich la color. Buss
Even toy guns are supposed Biblically Inspired faith. Meets Annul 22'
speak oa Spreading the Truth Samedi, most powerful of: the
to be harmful to the development The religious wars la Europe That Leads To Eternal Life. Halttaa deities "King of: I t tI
of civilized children. over religion have produced Saturdays service will begin Clowns" and aa aristocrat. Asa Th White ROM Chapter 149.Eastera .
that tilt most- the Wests violence. Stars, will meet August
Forgetting much of
at ':10 a.m. Three messageswill symbol of: life and pleasure, I e
violent people often come from The conflict between Protestants U la the Masonic Halt Jefferson /
be delivered after 1.40: he twirls his cane. Miller was
homes where the discipline.. and Catholics was, la fact, and Orange Streets at Ip
Else
Mor Than All Safeguard and danced with
spectacular:
brutal time that is .... Lady Rosa B. Moiella Is
sever and some people so deadly at one Your Heart, B.Sob1eIk1.Tn1D. artistic Integrity
blame "permissive childrearin threatened to wipe out the pop- ed To Distinguish Both Right Worthy Matron. Lady BonnieH l
in|"' for tile trouble. .1IIat1oIL. and Wrong. FJt Eldrldc and Frailer Is reporter. .
But In their rush to find a Now la fairness to religion 'The Happiness 'of: the Nation .c.e i
scapegoat for oar national and the Bible we should note Whose God Is Jehovah, W.R.
disorder, the pious finger- their humanising influence u Davis. At 7.05 Saturday evening
DiscountWith .
pointers may have overlooked well u their bad effects. TIle F. Elliott will speak oa Je 1O % I
one readily available soiree Golden Rule and the commandment hovah's Way The Way of:
of: 1up1ra11OA tor tile cost to love one's neighbor Victory. This AD
vicious acts of: violence-.the u oneself come, of: course, Sunday morning's service will
family Bible. from tile Bible. be devoted to addresses. The
la its pages one will find Still, w* cannot assume that public address will be given at
lurid descriptions of genocide, religion's Influence has necessarily a p.m. Sunday afternoon on KEN-HIL DismalSTORES
torture, killings, and been human Often Man's Rule About to Give Way
Intergroup violence-much of: It has been Just the reverse.. to God's Rule, with B.E.Griffin
'It given Divine sanction. But who would blame th* speaker.
The God cf: both Testaments family Bible for our present- More than the anticipated : I
1s willing to exact the crudest day violence Certainly tile 12,000 Witnesses have been In' I
punishments from those who authoritarian personalities who I
the city this week I
tall or refuse to do His will delight in condemning oar 24 I. FIISYTI ST.
In on cue, King Saul is society would not want to finger
AfricaThe Next to the ntAKA SHOP 355-6067
6oesTo
subjected to Divine wrath for the Bible.
trjrf"C hat king of the Ama All right then, let's agree BACK. TO SCHOOL' SPECIALSBOYS' ,
lekites, who were to be ex with them: The Bible Is not Rev. Ford Gibson, AME This b'\g\ family size
terminated.la enough of: u influence: on potential minister of Waukegan, DL, anda JEANS $1.49 CIRU' DRESsES 11.97 to. I Speed Queen washer $
other cases, unbelievers hooligans to turn them prominent official NAACP BOYS' DRESS PANTS. $1.97 2.97 1* specially I priced and 5
are condemned to the damnation to a life crime.: What,then, .circles la the Midwest area, 'to '.rr GIRLS' SLIPS 67$ to 1.59 I Includes 2 large riot
of bell for not going along with Is? formally took over last week BOYS'BRIEFS 4 Pairs$1.00 (;IItl PANTIES. 4 Pairs tubs on rollsbout Stand
BOYS' SHOES $1.97 $1.00 with large supply of "
the spiritual program Uy answer is that there Is aoon u secretary-treasurer of: the I .
BOD' BASKETBALL Gmu' RAIN: COATS $I.U tide
Both Testaments have been "Influence" that can be home and Foreign Missions
cited la defense of the persecution blamed for today's violence, Department ci the AME church, Sneakers $1.97 GIRLS' PAJAMAS $1.47 toBOYS' I DOWN. \i
of Jews, the execution which Is a Sunday School picnic supplanting Dr. A. Chester! DRESS SHIRTS $1.33 1.97 -
.
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to 1.87 SHELLBOYS'POLO
of: witches: and tile slaying ci compared to the religiously Clark who after 14 years U GIRLS' STRETCH -- JDa"15
persons who don't agree with sanctioned violence of: the chief m\iriM official: has re- SHIRTS $1.00 $1.88 "
one's interpretation of: Scrip' ''good old da).." tired. Th* Intttsnspolls-bon to U9 GIRLS' SNEAKERS M?
ture. People do not commit crimes minister will direct the deno BOYS' SOCKS.9 Pairs $1.00 GIRLS' SHOES $1.97 C'furntture.

The Bible, furthermore, has because this or that Influence 1IJDa ca'. missionary work la USE OUR LAY-A-WAY ::.:: .
been used to Justify slavery prompts then to do so, but 'Africa, the West Indies Beranda ;
and tile subjugation ci the because the condltloas and Canada and Guyana from I' 135 Broqd Sf. 3 3.5791 !
"heathen" Indians. The Crusades organisation cI their society the department's Mew York j jamcea. $1. Will HOLD v1U E .

fought la tile name of ,direct them to do so. 1 1I. 1



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School at 9 30 with superintendent and teachers {ff
begins :
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When Baptists arrive la Atlanta,
; aa expected 15,000 Negro
la The
chart lesson will be reviewed by the superintendent.
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recieve
"j'f for a 3-8 convention they will a welcome
Morning worship begins at 11 a.m.and evening worship at 6 p.m. September j I
;r quite la contrast to earlier visit more than 20 years ago
aa t
Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 win serve an day on August ,,- ;:
22. The pastor and congregation will give senrlce at the Housed { The Baptists will be messeD ; f to the National Baptist Ticket sales for mss musical p tare ;
God, Elder J.M. Turn.. Prayer service begins at 7.30 on
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Tuesday. -r' : Convention, u.s.A., Inc.. composed U: expected to help underwrite g
NEW REDEEM BAPTBT J of more than 612 mil some of the expenses of the 3
will be 11 the convention. L.M. Terrffl, pre-
lion members, &JM\ 3
The Education Board will give a ride on Saturday, August 1'1. annual meeting. sldent of the General Mission
city for their 3
leaving the church at (30.: The Sunday School will hold Its Convention
anniversary Sunday August 25 at the church at S The At their last convention in the try Baptist of )
p.m. .
,I: Georgia said, "We hope white
with city la 1946, the 3,000 messengers :
9 30 DeaconEunice Dunson bac.bar.p
Sunday School begins at : ,
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will blocks
forced to stay in Christians buy of
:. of the lesson. Rev. Norman, pastor, will review the a y,5 r s / were this musical which
for
tickets
rre homes and hold their meetings g
lei'". The morning worShIp begins at 11 a.m..with the deacons .
will present Negro spirituals
In charge of the devotions. Choir No. 3 and Usher Board No. I :', L solely In churches. d
will the and other gospel .
win serve throughout the day with Wrs. Fannie Jackson In This year they use
charge of music. District No. 3 win meet at 4:30 la the church. hotel faculties of the city with TerrOls convention, afflliat qed
House asheadquarters. with the national body reports -.
the Regency Hyatt
The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons will be ; : 4
Sessions of the 4,000 churches and more.
j
delivered by the pastor. Praye meeting is Tuesday night at
y
member twelfth
':39 and will be followed by Bible Study. The church Is located r general wH1nb d the than 500,000 8
at the of the entire national
at 1614 East 30th St. auxiliary poops group f}
; y Municipal Auditorium Civic The National Baptist Contention j;

MT. SALEM BAPTIST Center Auditorium, churches U.S.A., Inc., traces its'c

Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superlntendnet Jack Green and motels. origin to 1680 when representatives u
f Many of the visiting Negro met In Montgomery,Ala.la .;
charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. The
la white 1699 It attracted a I
ministers will speak varietyof
morning service opens at 11 a.m. with Deacons G. Tucker and
f. churches throughout the metropolitan Negro Baptist groupc la a r
Jack Green in charge.)3apt1sm will follow the morning senke.Choir .
No. 1 and Usher Board 1 will serve throughout the day. area on the closlngSm- merger move. 2
AU women are asked to meet in the church auditorium at 5 p.m. day of the week, September I. However la 1919 a controversy 3
to elect officers for Women's Day. The evening devotions begin I t Dr. J.H. Jackson of UentiowIU over a publishing board ula
Nashville lead to
r President of the a split u
at 6 p.m. Deacons Freddie Neal and Cornelius Calhoun will be
highlight the meeting when all At that time the National Bap3tlst
In charge. The pastor or his appointee win speak On Monday
night Choir No. 3 rehearses. On Tuesday night Deacon Eugene tIi of the auxiliary groups skip Convention (unlncorporat ted
Calhoun will preach Ms trial sermon. On Wednesday Choir No. -I '",- their sessions on Thursday to ) was organised, and today :j
Z rehearses. Rev. W.L. Rogers Is pastor. Mrs. C. Sampson is bear him. At this single. mass claims about three mlUioa,4
reporter. The church located at 121 West 22nd St. i meeting they will also elect of-. members. .j;
UNION PROGRESSIVE --a Beers for next year. Another convention broke off';

Church School begins at 9 JO with Mrs. Lola Robinson and The general sessions of the from the Incorporated group la,j
teachers La charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the contention will be held at the recent years la protest of the,,j
pastor. Deacons A.J. Robinson and L.B.Brooks will be In charge Atlanta Municipal Auditorium tenure rules which, allowed a ;j s
of devotions. All choirs will serve throughout the day. Usher Above see seen chairman and co-chalrmaa of Daytprtng Baptist Men and chairman of the mule for the male chorus and also the Layman's meeting will be president to be re-elected year f1, ,
Board No. 1 will serve. Communion will be at 4 p.... August 29 Church Triple. Day ceremonies. From the left they are: Willie chairman of the Trustee Board. Not shown are Mrs. M.1C. Cars.veil at the Mt.Sinai Baptist Church, after year.' This Is the Progressive -",*
Is Women's Day. Mrs. Zellma Pollard general chairman. Rev. Pittman/chairman of Men, Miss Deborah Whltflaid,youth chair. cochairman of Women, Miss L.G. Johnson, secretary the Young People's Department Contention with about,.1
Jake Ray is pastor. Mrs. Leomla Miller.Is reporter. The church man; Mrs. Vermel W. Gainer co-chalrmaa of Women; Mrs. treasurer and Mrs. Cyrus A. Weaver pastor for the morning. will meet at the Tabernacle 900,000 members. .,
Is located at 613 Pippin St. Minnie! 1.. Brown, chairman of women; 8.L. Davis, chairman of Triple Day will be celebrated August 29. Baptist Church on Boulevard. These three groups have a 4
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST The Women's Convention, aa combined membership of mover",
of Jerusalem Baptist of Thomas auxiliary group to the National this 10 million members (0.1"0
Dr. F.D. Martin, Jr., pastor
vine. will conduct a revival at the church, 161J Madison front Honored Scoot Central C.N.E. Masons Announce Allen Chapel Holds Contention, will meet at the of a Negro population of 22 >
August 19 to 23. Preaching will begin at 7.30 each night Sunday Civic Center Auditorium, audit mllllocX and the younger child.:f
School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Eugene Sawyer la ; JT Church Gets Annual Men's Event Is expected to attract 5.000 women. reD are not counted. u
charge. Mrs. Ullle Webbtrt and Mrs. Sadie Fedd will be la Ready For AnnualsThe Plans For Units President of the Women's The National Baptist Coons .
charge. Choir No. 1 will serve at Mt Ararat at 3 p.m. BTU : M.'. Day at Allen Chapel Contention Is Mrs. MaryO. lion, U.s.A., sic. supports a.C..
begins at 8 p.m. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. The Senior : : Joint anniversaries of AME,Church, Rev. JJ;. Dan Ross of Detroit Michigan anda Sunday School Publishing Board ,
Choir and Usher Board No. 3 will serve throughout the da,. Two Central CME Church and of The Masons have announced nerman, pastor was a success native of Sheimiq Ga In Nashville, Foreign and Home ,
trips are planned by the church one to Silver Springs the otherto the pastor of the church win several Important affairs: for spiritually and financially Jackson has been a strong Mission Board la Philadelphia,'
Daytooa Beach. Rev. W.L. Williams is pastor. Mrs. Vivian begin Monday, August 19, at the months of August and Sep according to those la charge. advocate of the Negro's need the American Baptist Tbeolo* 4.
Wilson is reporter. The church Is located at IllS Madison. t I p.m., with Rev.Willie Demps, tember. On August 17 at 7.30 George London was chairman. to help himself la improving gloat Seminary la Nashville, 11
pastor of Beaulah Baptist,choir Master Masons will meet on the Harry Williams was co-chair his position la UJS. society. Tennessee, and owns' a Data .
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and congregation, in charge. fourth floor of the Masonic man. Wbea be was la Atlanta earlier Rouse la Hot Springs,Arkansas.

O s The stewards stewardesses Temple 410 Broad Street, for Rev. Rufus Shanks, pastor of ta the year preparation for the ** ***** 2
re will be la charge. instruction by E.O. Williams, the AUE Church la Frultcove, convention he said, "Long be- .
Mrs. Daisy Wallace will serve Junior Warden of Oakland Lodge Fla., delivered the sermon. Invited fore rot heard the slops of Second Baptist |
u soloist. Rev. Merriweather $b. On August 21 D.D.H. SIm. teachers for the Sunday 'black power we had the slogan: '.
; will complete two years u menu will hold a special session. School hour Included WillieSimmons 'Let u go from progress to
pastor. Homecoming Day will Thomas Pencil, AlBuvidoScott .production r* Plans Suiwer 3

be August 29. At 6 p.... ,on Oa August 31, at 7.30, Muter amend, Henry Nation Our tttm expected to be ds. ", -,
II August 29 the appreciation tea Masons of Duval County and Ronnie ceased 'at length" af this tonventloa -' :C eene.Ot. Study
'will be held for Rev and Mrs. adjacent counties win hold Men of the church were cap will ,be the purchased H
Merr Iwlltlatr. their quarterly meetlngaad tains. Participants tn the mornIng the Matches Junior College

RAYMOND ANTONIO GARNER' confer degrees on a class ofcandidates. service were Eegeae ta Natcbet, Mississippi from Second Church midsummer
** ** *** ** Baptist
aLIgJA Raymond Antonio Garner, son W.M.E. Pearcewlu Sawyer Alvin Shlpp Rev. R. Southern Baptists la that state. study course will be
of Mr. and Mrs.Cornelius Guar conduct the meeting. On Fabler Samuel Drake Adrian Some of its messengers' presented from August 19 to
haicompletedrequire- Florida and Bethany September 14 Illustrious R. King tlhomu' Williams Rev. question the NegrocontenUon's and Including August *2.
meDIa tor the Eagle Award la Bradley, thirty-second degree, Ernest Whams and liDtItV' ability to assume the financial The Training Union will be
*744L RAWO UUMOAar CALL N SHOW Scouting and will receive the Executive Board Heels Mason, win make his official rta. load for the school especially la.charge. The Philip Harris
award Sunday, August 29, at visit to Devil No. 1. The Co la the light of the COIIYt t1aD.. textbook "The Training Program
St. Paul AME, Church, ReY. A. The Executive Board of East ordlnatlng committee will be strong stand oa separation of of win be
a Church
C. Chandler during the morn Florida and Bethany Baptist la charge with W. Lewder as Midway Church church and state.A Rev. E.L Mlxoa and the IuecI.
tog service. Association will meet at the chairman. Oa August 26 Henry pre-ConveatloB Musical f staff of the Florida Baptist
Do you have questions about the 'Ii- Garner Is a member of St Friendly Baptist Church on Lodge No. 379 win have the Plans Outing be presented at $p.m_Septe.. Convention, will be guest In-

lest crisis our nation has Paul's Trooop No.79,Cherokee August 21 at 10 a.m. twelfth anniversary at Abyssinia ber SattheMaalclpal .. Alennder Heard,1atructor.
ever District of the North Florida Rev. Bit Hartley,moderator Daptlst Church. James H. The Junior Department of the Auditorium Including Sons A
a associate director of the Union,:
faced, the racial crisis? Council of Boy Scouts of America win preside during the major Hamilton Is Most Worship.... Midway AYE Chuck will of Jubal, a white
I Do you have suggestions you'd. like and of the Cherokee division business period. During this ter. sponsor aa outing oa Saturday The classes are scheduled for j

to make to the Black and the White of the Order of the Arrow meeting the deferred business August 24, to Daytona Beach. ':30 p.m. to 9 p... each
Scouting Fraternity. Be Is a from the Extra-Day Session Departures ,ill begin at Iteloo PAMER'S"SKIN D1&bt.1
leadership about how to solve it? The course 1s open to church'
former honor student of the will be eOl letecl. The program New Bethel A.H.E. and Florida at I a A.The outing -
SUCCESS"OINTMENT workers the
of community
Do you want to hear what other Darmel-Coatmn Junior High for the annual session will be is la the Interest of th lien's -

ordinary citizens ask people>John School and plans to enter WU- formulated. All district presidents Plans For Meeting Day Anniversary oa August 29. .Sunday Other services School begins are u at usual 9 30,

'Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and Uam Ralaea la September. and key chairmen areexpected ta en Push KIWI MUT KM rate1nense with Rev. J.C. Sams,
pastors
Alexander Stewart Is Scout to be and to lr r TOUt. M*UMM M KMurn -
what sort of answers they come up present New Bethel A.M.E.Church Is em 1M rrtlr..um i.uaLL ei reviewing the lescon.Rev.Sams,
master of the troop. present their organisational Mrs. AI UII neon 11&I ear raft III.Mr .
rapidly tor the Bines '
completing plans fort
with? Make yourself heard and hear it'all will deliver the sermons
flans U this meeting.Revelation ., .
annual Women's Day. Planning smor emus e major Itnlc:... Consecra.
on NIGHT CALL, the'newnation Holy Ministerial sessions are Wednesdays at 1 Visits After i NU: w 1rra.1dr-,. -=--:. -J: : lion rites for the deacons,
wide telephone call-in show. =-= wIn. ..... I ( .*.
p...., at the chl 'tb.llra.Willie r"uu 4 II ..>.II>M w ...KM. to*Mttrnnt deaconesses, ushers and choirs};
U:30: PJ.Ti 12:30J: Alliance is August 18 Baptist Mae Jones win handle Evalua Ui Absence M y IiICCUr,r. kr...fYriela win be held at 10:49.The mora-
-ma umuT
WRHC ttons. Mrs. Leona Jackson will | ... IUrM ...... ,. Irv Y Irv ing service will begta at U am.
nhr Thrill Friday The Holy Ministerial Alliance, be la charge of Activities On The alata ...alururrprocraI& till...........W.5w-II....... The Training tonvtfbe held
.. Bishop M.C.H. Cooper presided Women Slate MusicalThe August 21 Mrs Majrola Robinson of the D.B. Barnes at $:45. the evening worship at1
ou44C ae
Call Cillict I' 212-749-3311 will hold Its meeting at ronien and Miss Er ma Wiggins win Club of Sweetfleld Baptist 1. sin-a 7 p.m. The Prayer of Faith
of the Revelation
The United Methodist Church the Apostolic Church of God handle Collecting andReportlng Church will be llooda,. August KOWHT tin IK oa out lit Hour will be Tuesday at 1 p.m.,
; Released in cooperation with the in Christ 2032 Benedict, Sunday Baptist Church, 1401 Evergreen and Mrs. Marian Cooper will be ,1* at the church IMS Harrison OT NfAB-10-TOE rtOUCTmJ The Sunday School officers and
National Council of Churches August 18, at 3 p.m. Elder are presenting musical in charge of Advertising Mrs. Street, ::-: =- teachers' council will be held

i it National Catholic Office for Radio and Television Flax Howard, one ofJacuooW. extravagaua on Monday night' ,Melanie Jones will handle pro The follows -JLI-J ..... -. -rwsr'rrrey Friday. at 7 p... The Bible
Florida Council of Churches I .'. pastors, will August. Alice 19, at 1p.m.Mrs. grams. Rev. D.program Easton Scripture: Prayer Rev. -- .....'- _......... Study classes are opened to-
give the principal message. Phlllipswlllspeak. The Sarah McGlnnls Missionary HauIcmSelecttim&otr; !, :Jrw 1ermN 1Y1. Interested cltltens.r A
J Local groups will appear. Rev J.U ;
I Bishop Cooper will preside. Society will meet Sunday '
C.L Tettalr. pastor. Evan Presentation of Mistress of
,August 16, at the homed Mr. i
Helen Law-
geuct Helen Tettalr ls Advisor and Mrs. BantU Robinson Ceremonies Mrs. .

Join t Bob Snilh, Summer Family Plan W-1 I tary.Miss Lawance Reporter Myles Sponsor Is Sear and The 1650 topic College: for Circle discussion, at 4 will p..be.,.. ,,rence Welcome by Mrs address Hessle, Mrs Solomon.Rose Oaui. :

Chairman of Women's Day "Shoe Polish to Vietnam."lira.I L. Grant; Response Mrs.
In Breadth Dennis Occasion Mrs.
Family Group Pictures
Gladys Carom win lead the discussion.
Vlrglree Holaey Solo L.J.rvUm.n. .
BUY U.8.umo Business will be hand
: Taking Living Color And'Discount Too. I BONDS I led by Mrs.Queea Bruton. Rev Selections; Baiting, Sweetfleld Mrs.Quintet Judge FUtifcRM S

E ,
I Jones Is pastor. History Mrs. PrileWa Holey ,

( "Select The Best Jacksonville's Leading". fI SISTER IESSIEShe Solos Invitation, Mrs.to membership.Jessie Mae Polk Rev. MOM, ;r.

will reid"?our entire life-fast, present and I Ifuture. Dennis Solo Mr. Cummings, *
I She asks no Questions but will tell you! Ottering. Mrs. MatUe Leonard. Individual Service I

I: Usher Board Pictures Sillier W.UillS what you want to know, giving date and facts off Dan Mrs.Tate Pauline Mr.WiUlamSumptar.Slcley Deacon AVAILABLE TO EVXRYONEREGARDLES !
,
,. health andhelp.you'tlnd family affairs. Will I '
Serving oh the Courtesy Committee $ OF
lost art. TELL you whom yoa will I
: W.Uill IecepUns marry and when. If the one '01110... ta true, what wUlbeIlra.R\Ib1.l9DU.
Passport Pictarn i
I Mrs.Lesdi FINANCIAL CONDITION
to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated, > Mrs. Mary A. Grant, .r:: I ,
locate absent friends' and relatives and cause | Johnson, Mrs Viola Tate,
I ,
:
Private Clubs Cld .AaairersariesIswliut happiness between man and wife MaUl i dov is 1 Mrs. NeD Holsey, Mrs. Doris LADT ATTENDANT

t c I quarrel: teas. If sickness and bad luck are] :u Gray Mrs. Mottle Pollack.. STAFF' ORGANIST
tI { :natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck; fta Remarks will be made by President AU
CONDITION
I Teams Bay PlctarlS, toot tell to pleaseyou but wiUteUihe truth."05 visit Will repay Viola Tate and by Rev.

I l you aka disappointments in all others. I not only read your life Barnes. Mrs. Doris Gray will BURIAL.' SHIPPING-
I like open book;but I also help yoa out of your..TROUBLES.r make a presentation before the CREMATIONCALL
r Come and see why yon are so unhappy,when everything seems closing of the service.Dayspriag OAT OR NIQJIT

; { IF ItIS IMPORTANT TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY I to go wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick and worried .
9 when you can be hebed and everything made clear by consultIng -' YoingAiaoiice Ambulance '

I THQ GIFTED WEDlVlQ Everybody welcome. NO KAILANSWERED.
J J WITH PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER I I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address]'' Benefit 14,61

r, SISTER BESSIE_is located north CaUahan, on U.s. 11;. Tat of Dayspriag ,
: 1' I I I/S" mile from,' City of CALLAHAN Florida. Phone: 8792250. Baptist! youth Church will sponsor a

,:'BOB: .'SMITH FASHION STUDIOL r WATCH Across the FOR Street HER SIGN from Df SPORTSMAN FRONT OF HOTEL HOtEl la Talent the dining Night and room Fashion OB Monday Show 4115 AYE 'T'

L w Ira s nL s W t Open daily:* a.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.THE. \ evening for the benefit ol Triple' ARHETT P..ROGERS l.F.D.r ; .
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UT1111y, ABUT 17, 1HI STII PAPER PATE 5


United Church Of Christ Makes Appointments Extending Racial Justice Action J



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Witnesses, Serve 4,000 Servants of Jehovah New AifOrtt-wiis WIMCfrry


Mails Per Heir At Meet Oft ArfvwKe Work


JACKSONVILLE One of the most Impressive aspects of the
Watcbtower Comrentlon at the Coliseum this week Is the enormous MEW YORK-New appointments to carry out expansion of the I
cafeteria that Is pared to serve 4,000 meals per hoar program of the Committee for Racial Justice of tbe United Church !

TO launch tcrneotiooliks to 40,000 Ice cream bars, 11.000 -- of Christ havebeenannomcedby fev Cbu1eIE. Cobb, executive I :
fix at i of half-pints of mfl*. thousands I coordinator. ; I
Jehovah's Witnesses, let's say of cups of coffee, il.OOO colas Johh .O'Neal, Jr., New York, I nard M. Baruch School of
we're belplnf to prepare tilt and nearly 10,000 glasses of a staff field worker since 1967, Business Administration where
Sunday' noon mea). Glancing punch to care for our needs." "- was named director of field be earned certtlcate of i I''
the mem we find ". 'D be flint The cafeteria arrangement Is '\ -y e'; program; William Land, New achievemeatlaretilling. : :

Braised Beef, Parsleyed Potatoes so Impressive that Civil '"... ,.'". ...,..........,'.. '. York, formerly an organizer Before Joining the staff of the ,I
Kidney' Dean Salad, and Defense officials have visited :'. I. i" with the Community and Social'Agency United Church of Christ I r
Chocolate Pudding, ked tea and large conventions of Jehovah's :, .j. "': ...: Employees AFL-CIO Stewardship Council 111161,hi : '
eoBee. Witnesses to observe tbe mast "" ,1fr I j field secretary under O'Neal, had been associated with the '.
Sounds 'easy doesn't It, until feeding program. ..F. 'and Jacob Edwards, Philadelphia Prudential Insurance Co., CAF I'

you consider the Increments At the Witnesses' 1958 New ,... t1 formerly business manger Business Services, Inc. and lt. iH. I, '
and the recipe. HOT would you York City Convention, the of the United Church Stewardship h any.
hooserlTes like to dredge 1100 largest Christian convention ; : : i Couch, executive
pounds of cubed beef? It only 'ever held In world history ;, 11 1\ : assistant to Mr. Cobb.
takes 110 pounds of flour, 7 253,922 delegates attended. At ". O'Neal, a native of Mound City, Mrs. Rosetta Cohen
pounds of alt, and 2 pounds of that convention, Just to operate ; <<. ,I Illinois, gradaated from
black pepper. HOT let's peel the cafeteria a staff of 12,000 I" "\ Southern ullnols University la Wil Give Musical
the p tatoes, 925 pounds of volunteers was needed. These \ j 1962. He has served U field ,
them. Throw in 41 pounds abutter volunteers were equipped to U. secretary of the Student Non
:' Gospel singer, Mrs. Rosetta ,
and IS pounds parsley handle aa hour violent CoordnatingCommlttee
67,000 persons Cohen will '
give a oa
I' program
and our Sixteen thousand ,' supervising voter registration t
potatoes are now on when necessary. .
August II at the Kennedy .
tilt r ; Bad community action !
way. of table
lineal feet space :
\ mortal Boise of Prayer. Elder
But bow do you co about ser were required that contention i ,programs, director of a Neighborhood Dee Jackson to pastor. The 'I
vine 1100 pounds of beef and Action Center for tilt
and 70 serving lineskept people "
church to located at 40th and
900 pounds of potatoes? Earl streaming into these tables at a Council for a Better East New Paris.
Singer circuit minister from York and training supervisor
rate of 1,000 persons Freddie Davies and the Little
Ohio who directs the cafeteria of. the Haryou-Act Community ;
minute.To .
per ... .. Shadows, father and children, I
.. Action Institute Re wu ex'ecutlte -
tens of .
us a unique serving make the cafeteria operate .. of North Miami Beach, will
d1rectot'or the Free I
.
arrancement. with efficiency and precision
Singer said "There six of Southern Theater, Inc., In New give .a program Monday night
are more than the usual amount 19 at
August 1:30. at the First
serving lines, and each serving kitchen equipment Is required.In Orleans, La, Bon Temple. Mrs. Rosetta ;
line Is of 700 Land, presently on loan from
capable serving addition to a portable kitchen Cohen to sponsor. Elder ARm .
persons per hour. Discussing there are six 60 gallon steam The Convention of Jehovah's Wltnes'ses that Is now being heldat W continuous service la bouse-to-bouse ministry..Jehovah's the Committee for Racial to pastor
the reason for these cafeterias, kettles, 9 ovens, 6 ranges and tilt Jacksonville Coliseum Is expected to reach a peak of Witnesses hold these conventions three times a year, and none Justice to tilt Department aSocial 4 u
Singer said, "We're expecting two commercial mixers. Three 12,000 delegates by Sunday. Among those delegates present will of these has ever missed an assembly. The climax talk for Justice of the National
12.000 delegates ilia simply thousand stainless steel trays be, (from left to right): Ruby Russell WUUam Brown, Ruby Sunday August II will be, "Man's Rile About to Give Way to Council of Churches,to working
Inconceivable that a crowd of are used to serve the meals Williams, Mary Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Willie Robinson and God's Rule" at 3 p.m. to St Petersburg r.... helping Intenleaom.atioallMinlslers
this sin could leave the coo- the six serving U ts. Rosetta Baker. This group of delegates represents 192 yearsWitnesses to organise sanitation workers
.rentloa site between sessions, "B takes a tremendous amountof seeking recognition from the. Plan MeetThe
find t restaurant, eat and return work to set up such B cafe* city
la time for the meat teria to care for our physical for Jehovah A native of Baltimore, he attended IDttrdtnomlDlUoaallO.
.. .
session. Local restaurants will needs but greater Importance -y.-" 4 Maryland State College I nlsters Alliance JacksoovUle
be flooded even with oar Is the spiritual portion," cam* and the New School of Social win meet at Day Spring Baptist
cafeteria arrangements. teria manager Singer said. w. Research, He served as aaorganiser Church Monday, August It, at
The menu for such large scale Hundreds of hours of prepara* for SNCC to the 12:30 p.. ,, to elect officers.
feeding consists of such things tin go into a Bible Maryland Eastern Shore and Making the call are Rev.
as roast beet chicken, fish dramatUatloa according to Baltimore area, later as a Charles E. Toston, president
and spaghetti with vegetables, Singer tt Is estimated by the children's worker with the of the AME Alliance; Rev. J.
salads fruit dessert and minister charge of the Jewish Childcare Association
S. Johnson, president and Rev.
coffee at cost. Thursday evening program that Y1UW II New York and Children' R.L. Jones, president of the
bobbs
"Many of our delegates are his group win have devoted Ferry N.Y. Baptist Brotherhood.
professional chefs," Stager 1500 hours to rehearsals la r. Jacob Edwards to a native
said, "and CbtJ',. had a great preparation for the ccoo *. ,if Mew Yorker He attended Ber- ** *
deal of experience at setting "This Is only one of many --I I
np aad operating such IWlttr. presentations arranged for the J. Golden Hart Unit St. Peter's I
..." delegates,*' Singer said. "So I II
Besides the 21,000 meals while we work hard la the A
A.M.E. Honors
And
Links TravelThe
Singer expects tbe cafeteria cafeteria we are refreshed,by (

to prepare during the four-day the spiritual program." Golden Hart Council of Lady leaders
convention, be also mentioned The contention highlights win Lily White Lodge will sponsor I
that they have 7 large refreshment be tile public address: Sunday .B trip to Silver Springs Sunday St Peter's A.M.E.Church win
stands set ip and mannedby afternoon, August It, at I pja. celebrate Women's I
morning, August 23.Mrs Willie Day Sunday
,.
400 volunteers. The director wbea district minister, Brace ', 4 :' .d, .. Mae Hart Is president Mrs ... asdat4p.m.Sumday
E,, Ciffla will speak OB tbe o ate :,. ..
of these refreshment stands Is Lotvtala T. ,Marques )s WU1'btIIt'0 .... I
"....'. Bale About to .(
\KrULjafttloltter Jrott subject,: '
: .
business I manager.- Tbe.Jlrsf Miami. Kris said "It will re* Qte Way to Cod's Rule". Tae v stop will be 1611 West 15th, der eI tilt 1m Boar Prayer
quire about 11.000 hot dogs public Is Invited and no collections Jehovah's Witnesses are la Jacksonville this week, and are Hoce has been la the full time ministry since 1M I. Mrs. since at I sera Band will be guest speaker
win be takes holding enthusiastic meetings at the Coliseum. Mint, of them has for the put three or more years stared travels with her The Golden Links will sponsor Many guests win participate. j
are women. These women ministers are working with the staff hlllb Dd. Wra.'E.W. Hooper wife of the CQIIytDUoo.'1IWIa r: a trip to American Beach Sunday Mrs Velma Robinson and Mrs.
Peitecestri First air.C..c and are lending every effort toward the success of the huge leaves their comfortable home for each COllyt 1oA. EaamI:;; August II. Mrs Annie ... Ines Carter are Chairman and
meetings. Many are housewives. Others work full time. All Hooper Is a retired executive of the Americas Steel and Wire Anderson to secretary. Mrs Co-e III I r..u respectively. ,
ages are represented. Five ladles are shown above. Mrs J.H. Company Mrs. Bruce Giffin a Witness for more than 35 years Thelma Walker to president Mrs. Cornelia C. Wallace will '
SS Heli Ainil Johnson, Jr., (center) baptised at the age of 13, was graduated gives almost an her time teethe work Mr. and Mrs. Glffla travelhroughod Mrs Etta AWDIIlYIct-prell- Acting Pastor for the Day. I'I'be
'The Pentecostal .Church f the First Bora's annual Sunday from Jacksonville's Mew Stantoa' High School la 19(3 and Florida. Georgia and Alabama and are on the move dent and Mrs. Marques Is On Saturday, August 17, B trip
School contention win be August 19 through August 25, at 1611 entered the fun-time missionary work with the Witnesses each week Mrs Henry CanreeU!, AUK ma, travels with her founder. 'The first stop>> will be to Magnolia Lake will be sponsored I
West 23rd st Married la 1965, Mrs Johnson travels with her husband to husband and has spent some time u a missionary In Trinidad.; Acora and Union Streets at for the benefit of Women's I
Bishop Edward White will be win speak. congregations from Folkston to TltusvUle Fla Mrs Gordon They are now serving la the Fort Lauderdale area 1.30a.m.Rev.: Dar.

host pastor. Junior Bishop Friday at 11 sea. win feature
Marloa White Is president and B sermon by Elect Lady Ala. Planning for Seatln
will be assisted by officials aader. Miss Adrian Simpson Sweetfield Baptist Reddick Lists ** **** **

of the contention.OB will be In char ge.Minister Mag
Moody night Youth Choir tie Anderson will speak. The Wants Men For BigMen's Service For SundayDr. Ministers' Wives Plan

Mo. I slogs An appointee will business meeting will be at I
Reddick. pastor of Grant
220. Services will be held at Chorus Meet
speak. Oa Tuesday morning Memorial AME Church announces Monday
a Bible devotional service will I JO with Sister Lucy Tuff la : Greater Sweetfield I
;'i'b 'BaptistChurch that the the Rev. F.
be "' 14. Pentecostal Church charge.Services. i'' ... ...'. .. 1365 Harrison East, D. Richardson, Sr. associate All members of the Baptist
'
)(. 1 win preside at the evenIng beginning with. .,. .. ( Ministers' Wives .Alliance are
: has announced
..\..'-.- ..\. a citywide re minister win bring the message
at I JO Elder Sunday School at 10 .. will .... ( M
service p.m. a. .
:.. ;" !e.- "":7tr. hearsal for mea who would like during till 10.45 a.m. asked to meet Monday at 6:30to I
Reatba McGUl will preach.On be held at 11 a..., J.JO pja. ct.W. ;.. L...... ii'i J .ill to sing, to meet at the Church worship period and at the 1.45: the home of Rev. IDeS Mrs
Wednesday posing devotional and 1:30 p.m. Minister Laura 8.M. r.ataoa ws rrttmu
Saturday at 7 p.m.,for a special p... worship period, the Rev. ,
services will tdiplace. Bell Bamsoa will speak lathe ... '. FA Richardson, Jr., will be South Jacksonville. 1\111& the
Devotionals will be held: morning. The Program Committee Plans are being completed for the preacher last meeting before vacation.

by Pentecostal Church Mo. 2, will sponsor the crossing the celebration of Men's Day, At 9.30 ara.the Sunday Church Mrs c... Williams, president
Evangelist Annie Thomas will of the King and Queea at frff announced that plans will be I
t on August 25. Willie Lark Is School will convene with A.V.
speak.Thursday moralag win 330. At 1.30 devotional services Chairman for tile Da,. Willie Rose along with his staff of tompleted rot the twenty.
be devoted to a discussion of win be led by the deacon ( U Young Is music director. officers and teachers. second anniversary, t tI
the Christian's I If t. Mother board. Bishop Marlon White, Other services At the church I
Leila tbderwood will be in president, will speak. Include the Sunday School,which

charge.Minister F.B.Williams ** *** begins at 9.30. with W.O. Sin-

-- del, AuhtanlSaperldendeat,
Ml. Olive Will Host Mt. Moriah A.M.E. and teachers la charge. The
morning service begins at 11
A.M.E. Endeavor Hoar Ends Seventieth "' a.m., the evening service at

.The monthly program of the .30.. Both major sermons will
Christian Endeavor will meet I 7 ", be delivered by the pastor.Rev
at lit. Olive AME Church. Sunday Anniversary D. B. Barnes, or U appointee.
It at Choirs Mo.Iud No.2 and Usher
afternoon, August ,
I p." Mt Morlah AME Church will Boards No. 1 and No. 2 will
This Is the final program of close out the seventieth anBiversary Jacksonville ministers and Watchtower Convention officials go over seating arrangements for serve during the day.Mrs.Mia-
"Cool It, Jack. This program services with aa "Good News for All Nations" district convention of Jehovah's Witnesses to session, at the ale Mae Bines will be at the
was Initiated by the youth of address by Mrs. Faaale Coliseum this weekend. John G. Belliot (left) has supervision of the stage and Leroy Sassed wags, Willie L. Young at the
the AME churches Essays Royal traD (center) and John Stephens will supervise the seating to the Coliseum. An attendance of 1uo. The consecration of i iPU1NCADDd61
wrtttea by young people will of the Supreme Amarans of, more than 12,000 to expected choirs and ushers win be lathe

be read at this u...'PriseswU the State of Florida.'I1II1IIDI"rlU'f prayer room, win Rev. Dennis
be given for the three services hate Eastoa officiating. Prayer
best.flat. witnessed the appearances of CHURCH NEWS National Baptist meeting Is Tuesday at 7:30
president, AlexanderCottre. Rev. A.C. Chandler, St. Paul ** ** ** leaders Pin TrekAll p.m. Bible Study to Weodesday'
.1.. Allen CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 at 7 p.m.M' Bute/ischarge. BTr
Q, Till give the outline AME Church, Rev. i
BAPTISTOa
EMANUEL who plan to attend J
persons
Rev. E.E.
Baptist
for youth participation IB the Community and will be held. On
Teachers
the Prayer meeting
Tuesday Convention '
the National Baptist -
coning series of conference Taylor, SL Paul Baptist Rev. at On at OF THANKS B. E. Giffin I i.
WJt. MCEI sICk, Bethel Baptist Wednesday Choir Mo. 2 rehearses I p.m. Thursday Inc., meeting to Atlanta, CARDS
beginning September. BOOB prayer service will be held at the church. Usher Board 3 to 9 can leave
September The family of Mr. Horace
will also Rev. A.F.CummlngsWest L OP THE : r
awards UiESEHTATWE WATCHTOWER
SOCIETY
&Dolarshlp ClaSaturda the Male Chorus will meetat
Union Baptist, Rev.L.W.Jones, Mo. 1 will meet at I ,.IIL Day Spring Baptist ChurchSep- Butler wishes to express our
be' gives.m n>rt "" Endeavor Hour Sr., Fatale AME, Rev. AJ.Reddick 7:30 for rehear aL Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Mrs ;tember 3at6am.bybus.Com-: appreciation to neighborsand 'i i
e Maids Fields and Deacon George Smith to charge. The lesson
mlttee workers are Mrs. Sadie frtemdsforfoodflowers
Grant Memorial AME.Bet. ,
to BOW la Its seventh year. It B.H., Hartley Friendly, will be reviewed by aa appoI tet. 'The Consecration will, be at 'Feed, Mrs. Sarah Eke, Mrs cardI. telegrams and dona SUNDAY AUG.18 .3 PM l!
to opcB to asy Christian, Officers youth Baptist, Rev. 8.L. Badger,. 10:50. The Burning. worship begins at 11 .... with the deacons Ella Mae Norton,Mrs C.!.Williams tions of cars, Devil Street
troop or orgaaUatioa at 12 n.BTU at 9
Emaauel Baptist to charge. Preaching begins noon. begins p.m. asdMts.Gertrude(D.B.) neighbors.
.
ire elected ,quarterly.Programs with James Phillips to charge. The evening worship begins at
OB August 16, Rev. E. Mobley Bane Mrs Carrie Butler.
scheduled
are AMLChurch 6:30. Choir No. 2. the Male Chorus and Usher Board Mo. 2 will JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM

monthly participating and Ualoa,, and Community Rev. M, affray serve. Mrs. Marian Carter and Matthew McCoy are to charge Goodwill Prayer Services PlannedFor
ateMl.i and 'i
of music. The anniversary will be begin Sunday Bight
Prayer laid will Other be pr.services.. t. as usual: Sunday terminate on August 21. Band Annonnces Tea Mrs. Jackson 1145 E. Adams St.

f School 9:45, Mrs Pauline The Goodwill Pentecostal Prayer Funeral services will be held
Plus Meeting Bryant superintendent; MornIng Friendship Primitive Choirs Give ConcertThe Band win sponsor a Saturday, August 17, for Mrs., Jacksonville Ha.SEATS .
The Goodwill Pentecostal Prayer worship, 11 ,..., featuring annual recital of Choir Mattie BoltoniaprealdedMrs.; ,Spiritual Tea Sunday, August Rosa Jackson. Members elk ; I
Bud win meet Thursday a sermon by the pastor Homecoming No. 1 of Friendship Primitive Geraldlne Eagle secretary..Mrs. : 29, at 1301 Cleveland St, lathe Christian Aid Society will participate
at I at the home ofMissionaryBlotto Service for the anniversary Baptist Church, Pearce and Eloutoe Tomas will how of Mrs Mildred Thomas, la the rites. Mrs. f t
Blrt, 2902t program, Mrs. Bradford First Streets will be Sunday, serve as narrator. Rev. Hay' ..&IoDar1, Mamie Anderson to president, FREE NO COLLECTION :1
kmmpt..l speaker. August 16, si 7:30 p.m. Mrs. wood Robinson to pastor 'C IBlrtrilPspak Mrs E.W,, Mainer to reporter. I :

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MILLIONS! OF AMERICANS FOUND THE
PERFORMANCE REVOLTING- OM national eon-entice is over and another is abort to start,

r"EGRO; P TIONAL ?CONSEQUENCE THE HOUSE TVOMONTHS and race is proving to be an important Issue for both parties.
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REVERSEDIT5 SIGNALS AND
LATER
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APPROVED THE4PPROP 'ATIOH ALL / .. more Tocal.We .
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$40,000.000 OF IT. YOU THOUGHT G see some of this backlash sentiment la some speeches'

WON THAT ONE,DIDN'T YOU? J/ r and Interviews people who

UE THOUGHT SO TOO NO FUNDS HAVE / cant seem to taint themselves <
ERIC 0. SIMPSON MANAGING EDITOR BEEN MADEAVAILABLEAND NO GRANTS ;.1 to support anything that benefits

HAVE KEN MADE,' Negroes, erenwhenttbene
fits whites u well.
I, HILDA WOO n N CIRCULATION, MANAGER What backlashers don't realise
is that la supporting the cause

'2323 MONCRIEF ROAD PNONEEL61N of "keeping a Metro in his
place," they are harming them
.el.... I'm not taDdngaboutthe
MAILING
4-6782 A.DRESSP.O. obvious fact that the coming ot

Justice will brlnt-nend to urban

BOX 599 lACRSONVIilE. r. FLORIDA unrest Pm talking about the
obvious benefits for ALL people
32201 by Improving the lot ot black

MIAMI OFFICE 501 N. .i.l1H, AVt. cltisens.EBorts. to eradicate poverty from our midst will benefit the

majority ot poor people who are white. Replacing slums with
PHONE 151'3819SUBSCRIPTIONS decent housing will put white workers on Jobs.as wen as black

RATES workers. Improving the schools and the health facilities will
help white kids to learn and save the lives ot white babies
.One) Tear:, $12.00 Half Tear:, $7.00 u well u blact.

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United states. Since black citizens are relegated to the lowest rung ot the
Subscription payable in Advance ? economic ladder they suffer most from unemployment bad
Send Cheek or Money Order Co: Hwy REMEMBER PRAYERS / housing and bad schools. But make no mistake about t. there

I -i THEY WERE UNANSWERED, are more poor whites thaa there are poor blacks, and white
FLORIDA. STAR. P.O. BOX 599 people stand to benefit from reforms even more them do black
,. ,. P1n1'tdA'
people.
--- ----- ---- Alabama stands U a monument to anyone who feels aa Impulse *

STILL LAUGHING.THE RATS ARE STILL BITING I toad. to yield to backlash and wants to see where tt CIA

THE GOP CANDIDATE MORE I'm picking that state because one of its former governorsIs
'- around the country making converts of people as tar
... "" "I'CA _, running
1 north u Wisconsin sad Connecticut But Alabama is a good place
, REPRESENTATIVE Of PEOPLEAs to look It you want to see bow much U costs to keep federal

anti-poverty programs to a minimum.The .
we watch the maneuverings to elect a YOUR -Weekly average Alabamian makes about$900 less thaa other people

candidate to be the standard bearer for ,.. laths U.S.The state spends about 50 per cent less oa Its schools
this the average for the country. Nearly halt ot Alabama'syoung
the Grand Old to the conclusion ;
Party we came
men who are called up for the draft flunk U oa literacy
that the Republicans were trying s.:
; or health grounds.The .
to put together a winning combination. HOROSCOPE GUIDE p$ state Is near the bottom ot the standings In many, areas

'And if ever a wise choice in settling upon ot Income, health and education. The only 'thing tt leads the

the name of a Veep candidate was needed, 1 country in is certain decease rates. has to be the
I One ot the factors la this dismal snowing overwhelming -
I last week's convention demanded it. ly fAHO The ASTROLOGER 1\. .. desire to maintain white supremacy even it tt means
I To put it another the convention ., not taking put la downs of programs which will benefit every

leaders wanted a wa1i would be representative one-black or white.
Eves If white supremacy was a good tII.Inr1D41t couktel
of the wishes of all the
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY : have such statistics that
DAYS be worse Ideal for people to prove
people the nation over. Hint worthwhile.

Many names were thrown into the hopper There has to be a better way to organise society has to have

for the Veep's position, but among them FOR all elements ot community life organised around the one goal
of keeping black citizens from equal opportunities' and equal
all young Senator Howard Baker, Jr. achievements.When .

picked up a lot of steam for the spot. people ot an races caa: work and live together la mutual

Drew Pearson let us in behind the scenes BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL respect: an people benefit Fear ot diversity fear ot losing
to learn that Senator Edward* Brooke' was' states, fear of someone else Just because they are ot a different

I considered L; ....,... _...... ...... ....... .._ .,.....i... ,. .t color, is DltifuLM ,
I being for ,the :Veep,.pot. At ,the .meaieaww.. .... ... .9.rt>r dossal BBS* SWIM tt costs too B ueha.... all people
.It time it'was: our feeling that' Brooke might :: ;;:: -a:'": .;-. .tr.. .. -- dowa.-I hope: tbafan' who:Idea to'the message of ar and

I be passed over in the face of a southern ABIESIBB CAMICORN bate, think long sad bard about bow much they are willing to pay

: white backlash which could wreck the hopes emu for the dubious privilege ot trying to surest black people. I
of the fllel WN JIM( BORN BEC.22NB can't Imagine fy t"H' pt r nnnfrM'*<**t'g H***pr t jmltf e Is worth

Without Republicans.doubt, Brooke is an able nan for 21S1 ; RILL nil 22KB JULY 22KD: 23RD : JAN. 1STI the cod.WHERE'.

Have a last tiling. U on t Never weaken. Prevtsou admonitions penetrating. A bad penny
the spot. The conven tion. leaders
speculatedthat
vacation and bearing the end
are definitely In force Instincts : turns up. Previous at- '
the white suburbanites would be willing of U, see what caa: be done to on the 16th. Anyone succumbing ious attempt to obtain your confi WAS WISDOM IN THE MIAMI RIOT?

to vote for Brooke-this counteract extract the last ounce of the to the weaker side of the nature mislead may ., and ashy may be renew

ing any weight which Wallace could throw benefits that have been derived may have to pay a rather stiff assumed with increasing vigor.Coun Ten persons were hurt and at, least 40 Ne-
therefrom. Stop wlen there Is price, financially or spiritually also may U the form ot stif-
:
around. Further it thought that the groes
was were arrested in
danger of getting emotionally now ID4/or later. There 1s to be on the resistance or refusal to open a rock-throwinf.
selection of Brooke would Indicate to enmeshed with someone who Is better chance ot reason coming ,make door to strangers may be burning and looting Incident in a Miami

Negro voters a gesture of racial unity. not too wen known la your to the fore andplaclngthose on the 17th, tor, no matter who or business area.

While all this is true, some whites would circle It Is so tulle to tall who recognize Us worth on the ',Jupiter is involved. The finest What started it? Apparently it was the
Into a trap at an unguarded out of dile
true road to recognition and sit almost to see a way
see a strong possibility that in case the moment and so difficult, If not greater peace of mind. Ibis Is that future past aDdpr'lIDtmaJbe appearance of police at black power youth

President died or was assassinated, then Impossible to get out ot tnbeegneotlcerequlrs&ns the right time to take character: extremely late hours of the 17m There rally in a predominantly Negro area, some

a Negro would have the running of the ,or building! courses or exercises threre & be a vision of beauti 10 miles across Biscayne Bay from/ Miami:
nation in the end of a leave are In sight which will enable to face element to dreams coming true the
his hand. And if he did would many Beach where the Convention
ID4 It II Jut u nU to be resigned project Republican was
ot
future temptations with greater ,with a trip or ) or
his life be safe
? and philosophical about in session.
ease and courage.X judices or : that has been the
The convention is over, but we wanted you the whole thing interest Take current 50 66 1(.- 9809UQ -, one throw ) ot Intensified ,long- Governor Kirk and Rev. Ralph David Abernathy

you to take a backward glance observe, attractions or seriously In the best ; > e planning. head of SCC. rushed to the
scene!
how from now on since they portant for 10 JJ
events -
were casting their shadows before 15Z8JJQ.AfiBARIBS .
will furnish the elements nee- themselves to see if they could calm tempers. We

weary to chalk long-desired ter to apply learned that Abernathy broadcast an appeal
achievements.7tO8SM.9Z.JM. BORN JULY
medial BIRN JAN. to "all my brothers and sisters not to

NEGRO GRIEVANCE AGAINST"OLD GUARD"It ,22KB, JIK. 1iTiSttt1e ::4 0 turn to violence."
2BTN FEB. 1111
JAM' !* maters Despite the Abernathy sounded somewhat like an inexperienced -
it fir mil confusion and chaos that may be tt. Muster an re.
teacher in class of 50
appears that the Old Guard Republicans evoked, there also will be aa \\ physical andspirttual, a
2BTI HAT 2011 opportunity to clear the air ones withstand the strongest at- pupils, telling them to' be quiet. His
need to do "tall explain
some Be big-hearted. How much and for sU. Detach yourself '2411 to date breach you appeal no doubt "went in one ear and, out
..ing" to counteract the charges made more satisfying tt Is to be the from Individuals who have made the emotions other the other, as the old saying goes.
'public by the Concerned Negro Republicansfor one who forgives thaa to be for- too free with personal cash or sect The promise
Florida (CNRF). The grievance centers given. Such an opening may belongings to their own adnn. There art victory to be earned, and Kirk wanted more direct action, and so
around come only once In a Lifetime, tags The opening to expand mules for more willing attitude: of he ordered 500 National Guardsmento re
the policies of the GOP with regards
and tt should not be missed by financial operations here and/ Jite' are ) or associates to come to port to the Miami armory on a standby,
to seating of Florida Negro Repub those who run Into tt on the or abroad should not be pace/ effective: ., certainly make It wen basis. Florida couldn't afford to let
,licans. lth-1th. Expand artistic and up without first expolorlng tt recent so- to stand firm. Even
Attorney I.W. Williams, chairman of the cultural Interests, those that from top to bottom. Hopes art have turned(1".t. & there may be spotty re- things get out of hand, if it hopes ever
art personal besides others that riding high and they will rise simply is ;' here and there, from to bring another GOP convention to Miami.
said he led of
CNRF a group complainantsto may be the property of companions even more when given a boost place ot W on, it is not likely to give Even though laws are unjust, it is a ciU.zen's *
the June 1 meeting in Orlando. The initiative. conduct, tor to
who are dearly loved.Many through Individual cause concern
duty to obey them. Jesus taught respect *
group urged Negro representation. Williams Taureans who have many years, 9 .60 99 13 61-W living, and who have firmly entrench
duty and : for the law when he counselled male
said. "We were offered an honorarysergeantatarms" behind them would be In their themselves. All the signs
glory showing wisdom for the. VIRGO I civilized to well-founded policies civilians to carry the packs of soldierstwo
and limited
position a benefit of others who are much BORN AUG. into personal behavior miles instead of the one mile required
number, of passes for each convention ses- phies, and Ht-.h..hlpee' and monetary
behavior by law.When ,the Jewish officials approached
sion. Oyo.- 44 13 t M / lmm 2JBB: SEPT. 22ND of descriptions.
ter price him about tribute
moneyJesus answered
Virgoans 40.66 I6.7S 1W-
Have faith in self. -
This was tokenism as Williams put It, and willing to "Bender
will be unto Caesar the things that are
now are or shortly re.
the CNRF" demand for number of Negro with what PI.CES(
a calving the benefit of helpful vibrations his, and to God his." '

delegates at large ia a very modest requestto JIM MM from both sparking S 80' BORN FIR1911tNf.2011 There are other and more effective ways
make. Venus and mighty Jupiter ten
of publicizing our grievances than rioting
2W 1 UNE 21ST
We can't imagine how the Florida GOP aiding their solar rising house
burning and looting. But when will we
at this time. 'lbII1D4Icate.that
the refrain. What Just llstea. ft Is
hopes to win Negroes to its side with alily.whtte Repeat was fortune that becoming ever learn?
good comes
any and
said about the
that
previous quarter. more apparent
delegation The Florida Re- without ..
; along should be recleved '
could be copied, almost word other halt or another Im
publican Party must not for a moment think for word for this one. But questions asked and with 23RD ally has. the knowledge

that Negro "GOP-era" are fools enough there Is one outstanding exception. welcoming arms. Before this Branch and whatever else may
not to see through sham A climax regarding housing happens there Is leggalllaorrprtri- grows & needed to carry the day for This Week la Byre. IIIdeIyAac.
marital
? Ing ot a
to Consequently do not
or family activities seems by digging per
To counteract the negative attitude about vat nature which furnishample
CIA
be In the making, with startling '' branches a holding on to ..ork- .f'jssjfssnu the .B&ct to
the Negro in politics the Republican but favorable results. strongly cause for worry andtamemeat..As port them. ideas or policies, impro Bay, lamaIea.
to become dynamic Instinct U is darkest methods tt is
Party-if it hopes Indicated. Whether natives of whatever
must show a brighter side. It must be or a loved one who bears the, before be dawn, there the Is much of to lower ls causing all the trouble. Lag 11, 118Z: Booker T. Waahingtos married FUA1e N.Smith'
expected way per. ci Malden
remembered that the Negro population has glad tidings, give It earnest at- total luck and favorable steele- ideals, Just Piseeaas caa: still can- ,,w. Va.J.ac. .
tenUoa aad start thinking along fashion CJUt5tudbIc stills: u4
or 11 lUG '
the voting power to swing an election from the lines that art prescribed meta should follow on 17th an, 18th.Individual Each pat one: be .- ,, the authority and woo over Barl;}' & rFlisawer ,first Ntcro IlaJddlenI&bt dwDpIoa,,
one side to another. B Is prudent to establish a what U of decision should be .

f : As 'the Bible writer said it, "Think on starting date for a removal or tera Improved toward physical self-betterment appearanceon Ject & over to the one who Auc. 'zo> 1111; First group of Atricu. brought
else oaths tfltr U slaves to
anything tgWtl that have can: otbaia tbewatedn, JameatonGa.
Republican Party; GOP, and scale the -
these things, the. date of the New. Moon. aa Imposing on being 01st .
whatever else you may call yourself. w M u-'sa-Bse; ttrd. Aac Zl, lto1 Orchestra leader and composer 'WIWaIa "Comic"Beale
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It comes to the subject of bathing, a lot more than cleanliness SEW YORK TW toll, the boot loot will be ttt backbone rl
involved, say the experts at Avon Products. In the bath, the masculine: shoe warfrobe-wlth leather the reason why. The
we can find relaxation, refreshment, Invigoration peace of mind leathery ruggedness of the boot makes It not only a leader In
and body, and of course, beauty. itself, but baa Influenced the styling of new leather- tUp-ou.
Today's beauty products developed wardrobe of bath products la .moccasins-. brones- and oxfords.
especially for the bath your favorite scent.Atedrops WU1 the high cut of the boot punishing treatment. For ex*
have a long and Illustrious an of a beautifully scented: bath rises In Importance: on the fall tended wear out of doors,boots
;cestry. In the beginning,a quick oil or perfume oil in the tub footwear scene,toellnei remain are snugly lined In shearling
.flip la a lake or stream sufficed smooth and soften skin as well broad-sometimes built up or leather-backed wool). .
;Egyptian: developed an for a bit of the bubbly, try rounded off In knobby_Inc. leather welil*tons and chukkas
>elaboratebalhingritual.fildory floral-scented bubble bath or The American leathers contributing which may either pull on or sip.
:: tells u that Cleopatra a foaming bath oil that adds their own richness Boots at higher levels (to the
[spent hours each day being bubbles, scent, and softness, and strength to these shoes knee) sport a variety of features .
;bathed and anointed with sweetjsmelllng all at once. Perfumed soaps, Include a variety tannables: : bUek1e4ltrap8at1tehInC.
oils and lotions. too, add to the pleasure.Just smooth, grained, antiqued,cordovan tippers, gored insets, lacings.
SAnd Justly famous are the be sure to allow plenty waxy, glove, brushed, WUd new look in a strictly
(great public baths of the Ro of time to enjoy a beautifully- 7 'letM split cowhide, suede leathers, casual boot version is the soft
'mans To them, a "bath" eon- perfumed bath to the fullest and others. leather boot done Indian-style
aided of a tour through several Whether the water Is barely No matter how husky the boot with fringe and hand-sewn
'rooms, Including a kind steam warm, warm, or hot depends on s-: -w or brogue, leather keeps feet lacing.
toora; a not room for bakingthe the effect yon want from your 9T :: both protected and comfortable.As Although new leather brogues
body; another for being bath. For blissful relaxation, ;_, ; your shoe leather are not boot-cut, they have been
Spited, scraped, and massaged, try a fifteen-minute soak In "breathes" through Its natural designed for a hefty masculinelook.
>and finally a cold pool for a a hot tub. Warm water Is peaceful network of pores,It Is taking Happily, the leathers
'eooUng-off: swim. and refreshing too, while a supply of fresh air while themselves are pared down In
:' In the Middle Ages, public a bath tn barely-warm water absorbing your foot moisture. weight during the tannoing pro
baths were the rule- nd were is actually more cooling than Simultaneously, as you walk, cess with styling and
the places for catching up on cold water on a hot summer's flex and otherwise more your silhouette supplying the
the latest gossip as well as for day. feet, leathers's molding action beefiness. The sqnared-off
relaxing. Owners vied for patronage Even shower buffs who "can't around your foot Insure toe lines, extended wing-tips,
by providing better wake up" without their morning a "custom fit" to your own heavy use of perforations and
service, prettier bath maids to shower can reap beauty V Vr 'eoslous. And adding to and wheeled extension
scrub backs, and even weekly benefits, too-(or happily, the leather's physical and esthetic lecher soles help to keep the
"specials" to drum up business. beautlflcatlon process doesn't -A Qualities of leadership U a brogue a big! male favorite lathe
end when you step out of your foot covering American leather iine-np.
For an the elegance of Louis shower or tub. For a cooling, e11t'' tanners and shoe manufacturershave The latest oxfords are a
the JOY of France and his refreshing feeling, you can used every resource of versatile assortment displaying
courtiers, bathing became decidedly splash on an after-bath freshener r t yr.S man and machine at their disposal the brogue's Influence, or
udshlaesbleduring his or cologne. Or, yon might to thai "made simply! showing awen-groomed
regime. Instead, Davy per. prefer the luxury of thrills. la-ISA" lecher footwear (for{ leather surface laced op and
fumes were substituted-4be oil applied directly on men and everyone else in the lightly touched with stitching,
more and the stronger the Just a drop or two will give family)is the best to bought parts, moc toe or add11ttlo
better. But by the early 19thCeatery long-lasting pleasure. ; anywhere. new and good-looking
we find Empress U skin tends to be dry smoothon Molt Important evidence& of the to the dress-casual category
',Josephine taking her morning a creamy body lotion such. boots mastery over men's shoe this season Is the suede leather
bath la hot milk, poured over as Avon's "Silk l Honey" to fashions may be seen in new bal-oxford with a smattering of
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French violets. smooth and soften skin after leather slip-ons, reports perforations. And always win*
D was Benjamin) Franklin who your shower or bath. And no Leather Industries of America. pets especially with the younger
brought the first formal bathtub beauty ritual Is complete with Most show off high-rise. 'man: Is the saddle oxford,chief
Into this cot cry. But it wasn't out a fine, fragrant powder- tongues, giving them boot-Uh ly seen these fall day In dark'
until the beginning of the zOUa either Softalc to match Silk comed-up look. To set off this on-dark tones of leather.
..Century that bathtubs In the 4 Hooey lotion., for example, leathery expanse of frontage, Putting feet on a strictly Informal -
American borne became com or a richly perfumed beauty various styling devices are em basis are soft tie-shoe
monplace. Since then Its been dust, fra aDet.lDatch" to ployed. Among these: perf- la brushed, glove and.waxy
onward and upward until today, you other bath products. trimmed border: medalUmt leathers. The most they show
taking a bath baa become one Of course you'll want to follow toes; dashlag monk-straps; tn the way of decorative trim
of W.', real pleasures. your bath with clean clothing chain(, underlays, or other might be a bit of contrast binding
Enhancing the pure luxury of from top to toe. Then., the last !metal trim:and-newest-wide.elastlclzed or brass eyelets. For casual
bathing today are a wealth of step U a loot In the mirror. lift ..... .( -,,- inset borders known shoes well-suited to hard labor
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, bcartr alas to make you feel, You'll look as refreshed 'and. WHAT IN A BATUI For sneer taxvy;Avon experts suggest o.t. creamy lotion,t foaming bath oil, lemon velvet friction as "turtJeneck" goring. Tile look for toogh but supple splitrowhldtl
and look prettier as well as i pretty as you feel. there's fragrance In the form of perfumed powder mist, beauty lotion and after-bath freshener; And oh 'yes, don't forget the leathers used In these slip-on'' work-chocs adapted
dft tr. You can have a whole water style range from dressier I from footgear originally de*
types such as the smooth and signed for constriction
fine-grained leather to the workers.
Car Fir The Hk more casual brushed, deep- Moccasins are marked for a
urn "A" HUE grained and waxy leather tex full schedule this coming..*
--.-. tures. The highly-popular antiqued son, and will show up classic
: SHOPThe ,04: :-r' leathers will also be found and contamporarystyles.lolioe
s FRYERS t.l in both formal and informal with the boot boom, b&D4.....
t- slip-ons. moc-boot will be available,
: The boot Itself goes to the as well u brogue moos with
office this tall as deml-boot their welted leather soles.Also
or Jodhpur in wellpolishedsmooth making its foot-happy win
29 fine-grained and cor be beefroll, tassel-tte and
t [ B. doran leather. These will be kittle moccasins. The boldness
.- k seen with deep side gores, or of brass Is used U moo trim
-., 1F sporting narrow singleor in the form of rivets, studs,
.3. double straps. To provide plates, chain bits, etc.- Uoccasln -
inside comfort and smoothness leathers cover not only
un.IIeU IUTUI Y1 'GlaUII SLICE[ full leather linings are batfor waxy, glove and smooth
these boots and all other leathers, but also leathers In
4I footwear. UM brushed scotch. grained
PORK CHOPS Sturdy leather boots are a antiqued sad Embossed
welcome shield against late tall textures. Pliant leather sole
I and winter weather- nd great furnish complete foot-flexing
accessories for new men's support.
r x leather outerwear. The husky Browns are again big la the
that 2T13L1. S9C I handsome Jackets and contain leather color scheme for fall,
store AlEIAtt smooth, suede and "..UYlCt" especially In view of the importance *
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American leathers now riding of brown la men'sapparel
about the crest of popularity are and m erweu. Loot
cares you smashlngly set off by lusty longest at the golden and
cHNnr leather boots or chukkas. greened browns with seeaodaryattention
$100 Boot leathers run from the to darker shades 'Id
5 I most elegant smooth and suede as Irish coffee. Also Importantare
JANE PAIKEI IIiTE11111KBREAD IACKIONEINECMONE LIS.UUTII leather textures to grainy black reddish sorrell and
CAROL REED, assistant fash cent beauty lector. "QaIJ the deeply antlquedwaxyornaturjleathers chameleon (khaki). Sports and
Ion and beauty editor for one of mildest products should used showing original hide casual footwear will show off
2 49c the country' leading mug when hair is washed frequently scars and markings. ,The olive, wet sand, golden tan-
I", ,u aslnes, demonstrates the and no-tear baby shampoo is majority of these leathers havea and In brushed leathers\colors
ABC's of hair care during a re. especially Weal" she em special "tanned-la" resistance such U gold, copper; bitter
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Bread. Onion, green chiles and pimiento add pizzaz.Serve .
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spareribs sauced with all I the picador and pungency of ready 1l000nort <
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OR 1/4 cup ketchup Menus can, and should, be What'i the go-go food for the swinging let of any art The
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When making a or cold,petite or he-man on rye, When sandwiches are for totIng
ater. Let lUnd for 6 mlnntee, or until onions an rehydrated. .
In a large skillet, melt batter. Add onion Cook over medium lemon Instant podding. Ton regular all purpoee flour Insteadof entity pumpernickel, hard rolls ( ,select fillings such as cheese
heat ,until golden brown. Stir In remaining ingredienta. Bring might use aa angel centerpiece cake Hour, an atd-ttrne trick sprinkled with seeds, or white that wont soak Into the bread.
echo branch U to add a. little com starch.It bread. Or present a .mor,**. Wrap the wlltables-tomatoes
mixture to a bolt. Remove from heat Use sauce to prepare to your angelic a>1
Father1 Special alit be This at work aa wen today u It did bord of sandwich making ao and ettuce-separately to keep
Spareriba. Mar teed for barbecued theme. can buy
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Father's Special Sparerib card sba cup Choose('h.....".vera-eharp, sandwiches until serving time.
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2 pou Mine Barbecue lea all ready-allced and shaped to should be kept cold: MEXICAN CORN BREAD /
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Jlace ribs on a rack In a l'm'lhallow railing pan. Bake la eggs at tablul a. Turn the yt teaspeeai vaania !? wrapped- o simple wish on square of wax paper,
'very hot oven (4WF.) 80 minutes, or until ribs begin to brown. setting, dial to "warm", before a tablespoon margarine to separate and eerve. film or foil,bring opposite sides. 1 cup yellow corn meal' lyt cup chopped onion
Spread one-half of mince meat sauce over ribs. Reduce heat to eggs are completely set, so melted.. eoetod For great 11It'ftMtth sandMiches together directly over the center 1 cup alfted flour 2 tablespoon. chopped .
slow even (SOO'F.).Bake,baiting every 16 mlnnUs with remain* that you don't end up with a heed these hint from Fold.edge over and over until 1 tesspoon baking powder green chile'' !
Ing sauce for about 1 hour, or until rib an tender, glued and hard drld-ad mass.Offer Bin together flour and corn the Borden Kitchen fold.... against the bread.Fold V4 tesspoon aodi 2 tablespoons Chopped
browned starch art aaide Place a 5 H- D.nl.h-fta"or magarlne or ends and tuck them under.Remember 01 teaspoon lilt pimiento
r both .sausages and bacon or, quart bowl over a Urge pan of butter spreads best whenIt's when a homemaker 1 slightly beaten egg U cup melted butter
tern slices, attractively are hot not boiling water Water .,,10ft. Before using let stand heaps high the cheesesandwiches 1 cup (Sft-ounce can) Vi cup ahredded Cheddar
ranged on a prewarmed platter should not touch bottom of 1:=tt.room temperature If she makes the meal cream style corn cheese
L lid garnished with tomato bowL Combine arc and sugar matter, soften -and the good time. 1 cup undiluted Carnation
In bowL With electric mixer at'' j
Meal And Vegetables Paprika wedges. Have plenty of pits high speed or with rotary Cviporated Milk I
in a deep bowl, with paddles beater beat mixture until BtOmr JOE BUDGET BAKE
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(Makes 6" servings) of melted biter on top.Browt- hut slightly warm. Coon w Makes < servings gether. Combine egg C'Onand undiluted Carnation Evaporated
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\ Won Evaporated Milk. V4 cup water with this menu along with as* In vanilla. 81ft H of Hour mixture 1 lb.greand beef purpose flour dry Ingredients. Add cheese and onion mixture.: Stir until
% cup fine dry bread } taWetpoonpeprlka sorted Jams and Jellies. at time over egg mixture 1 Ubleapeoa cernaUrch V. cup enriched core meal just mixed. Pour mixture Into a well buttered lO%>inchcait ,
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ma; tU';v'li.-- --r*_ ': .. --' _.- ....... -......;-;- ..._, White summer Jewelry runs
CAGE FOR MADAME PRESENT Benriene H. Vincent, national lion Is Berts girl Mrs. Roth Mooney o is stationed at the the gamut from chunky banglesand
president of National Association of Fashion and Accesory Philadelphia International Airport Smiling for the camera and. swinging pendants to dell
\1 l SWIM SUIT Designers receives the keys *io a. sparkling new Javelin, enjoying the presentation U Catherine Blackwell, Philadelphia ate filigree work on bibs and
courtesy of Hert Rent-A-Car, u she arrives in Philadelphia president of NAFADS.entteontheir .. Vincent, history collars.
r Jor her cranl-atlon'I MfinMi conrention. Maklnthcrscnta.. Jiorted the best conv organisation's la line with the laces d high
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> -> fashion are daintilywroughtdrop
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FIGHT CANCER PHONI< 7B7-XJIS let.matching. collar and wide brace

'.'. COOPER'S REUPHOLSTERY Ton don't necessarily have to
.... colt like a 'living doll" In Ntw Ain were CAMpere *... ituoe be a swinger...to admire swing
... Y hit crop eyeltl late trimmed / J LINOLeUM ALL eats ing necklace stylesM.One of the
swim ivll, with the "peek*. 'SPECIALS=: Service most popular-when won witha
nee" beck. This cheery, t tys grit 8.95 1-Xlt, 1.9S6X9 Pick lip And Delivery sleeveless back,or other dark
3.60 1&X15, 11.95 I2O N.W. 84TM STHIIT solid color dress Is the fill-
checked cotton gems In Ice OliO WILLIAMS' Man. 'MI&M'. 'LOltfOA greed neck chain accented bya
creom color ef Iwicloui lime, t LINOLEUM CITY white tasseL Matching drop

pretty pink, btoirtlful blue.lli _Cut To Your RoM'Sire earrings swing with the sametassel .
tJOteJ SPECIAL .... motif.
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ARMSTRONG Cesliloned Floor Now $%.00 A Yard, Fan fashions for teens are a
/ THIS IS JUST ONE t "Con't, lose Your Hair"j combine of Dove and Hawt..
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L OF THE MANY STYLES ti .... ...w:TI,, AVS MIAMIHARVEYSi j
) MAH".a. rn.cost The Now Generation and the
ON SALE AT THIS Use Past.both lavish and parsimonious

LOW, LOW PRICEI 'YAl'S' SUPER-GRO I colorful and drab, ,
escapist and realistic, sublime

l ....*.* 11 ''Hair Conditioner and Contradictions ridiculous, sensuous are plentiful! in

: the Advance showings Autumn
L Months StHIy- aIy fashions...The Dovish Influence
3 $1-50 I
ere .* ,tstehs 1 t rr'11E WIGS :-tr1 of the flower children Is dominant -
f in the new lingerie lines,
East St
Flute : such u posy printed slip and
Order DirectJ.ChitHM's
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Miami Flal 4419 NW 17 Ave "' bras and Indian meditation
sleepwear...
Designer Stan Herman of Mr.
Miami. Fla 33142Wholesale I hasty Cart* Hats Mew York, 1s credited
with believing In "Doing Your

l 'W i 9954 M.W. 25th Aft MM... Fli. j Own Latest TIng Is. a bag' d nipple

h > **B_ Pk. lk *k -kk.. lk. k ** fashion influences-especially
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-the vesUIa fact, the entire
I MRS. HARY I : *** ARCADE KIDDIE SHOP'S *** Indian scene has been trams
lated repeatedly by stylenouses.
II Older .Oiiecl..Wi Us Skiwili .
I Picign.JII 100 % HBDII' Hilt 19th BIRTHDAY SALE There are also those who stay
with the look
military whether,

A HS.95 Vilse f." Oily S18.95 A STOREWIDE SAi'EOi: : on Beene land..Put or .on*.,the-me hawkish Geoffrey side

Get Smart Ortfir NiwOIOEI ....... SUMMER VALUES! his Napoleonic-cat tattersall
check coats, brass-buttoned,

... ... ifST. .. DRESSES INFANT TO SIZE 14 belted of Jackets. and uniform navy eoatapoUc.awa'
BOYS' SUITS INFANT TO SIZE T2 cloth
PLAYSUITS GIRLS' COATS *" There have been"contempor
NAME ary" furs,- "fun" or "take"Jars
HATS-BATHING SUITS-SUN SUITS "young" furs and now
1 ADDRESS there are "Intellectual" tarsi
French furrier Andre Simon
J I CITY ZIPSTATE.- defines the latter u "disintegrated"
I i "untrained" or "guil
COLORS:, BIt Off BIt -Bra -. .lotined"-cutting: the pelt and
All Other Colors Add 410.00...Send money order only,we pay :merging them with
postage..C.O.D. You Pay Postage'Check your color by-X Or terlal.
send! flair Sample. *< foaling the Idea of "catting"furs
into oblong &
KIDDIE SHOP Joining them with leather
Your professional beautician 131 SEYBOLD ARCADE Is now playing games with some
knows the answer... '- IMItANCI 19 MCAM II I.HA Ut- of the status furs,such u mink
**N,I.It!IT IN TNI HIAIT Of OWMtOlf MIAMI : He uses Iamb and leather in
*.** * *,* fashionable wickerwork pattern a.

la a Persian lamb, theshirt
Is tilled out with leather
Should Godets.* Mini doublebreasted
1 n ev.ery'.woman JUMPING JACKS reefer reverses *"** ttlraDy
s.I from Persian lamb to black
'be a blonde? shiny leather, Jl,500vallT

INFANTS SIZE t TO limES SIZE 10 able so o ..... ,

1 1I I Blonde hair Is beautiful for those women whose natural color. tee

ing It flatters. But not everyone should be a blonde. ,
Expert beauticians know that complexion and hair color must I Pants and tunics make the Fan
: Frank Williams complement each other to glamorize and bring out all the nat. scene, teamed togetherLPantsare
| ural beauty that was meant to be. They also know that very shaped toll, swing wide and
coarse and dark hair often Is resistant to drastic color changes. cuffed or wide and straight and
H, "'.' .' And His Rocketeers However, there's no doubt about slightly lighter hair adding ex paired with long veati"oj'
: ,< citement to a woman's appearance. And hairdressers know Jackets and crepe shirts. 1'IItI
there Is no better product to add a whole new appeal to every' I mini dress makes a dramatic
I Featuring LITTLE BEAVER woman's look than Miss Clalrol halrcotorlng-extra rich Creme entrance u a tunic to balance,
'the !
I pants
Formula or new extra easy Shampoo Formula.
I .- :' Both Miss Clalrol products lighten and color at once, combining Lynn Stuart swings the new'
vibrant new color with the natural pigment of the hair.So pleated pint-Nds and yards of
Soul Stuff' "Do Right Man'.' "I Feel My Love Coming Down even those shades that look blonde on white hair (as shown on vanilla crystal pleats In a very fluid
most color selection charts) give a variety of flattering red-to- crepe swing pant with
I I golden brown shades on women whose hair was black to begin brocade.matching.shirt androundedvect

:*; '. Appearing Nightly with.Beauty salons are equipped to answer questions and help tave A day pants costume by Gus-,
Tassell Is
a long shinny'
with hair color selection. Depend hairdresser to have
:. on your SIZES CHILDREN 1 /! To coat of ,
MISSES SIZE 11 WIDE: basketweave wool over
the professional skills and the total family of fine Clalrol products '
: },: NIGHT BEAT CLUB to make every woman's experience with halrcolorlng completely GUY'S t CATS FOOTWEAR tunic cessorised and matching with a huge r."*purple.*. ac'
personal and glamorous. Should you be a blonde? If you
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don't really know ask .
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I South's Negro Democrats Plan, Big Battle At Chicago Confab On Representation* (


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COK's MM HisItfSfS Summit Executives Hnrkiej. Henry, Ivers, WMKtsuCrHkii.


CIVIL RIGHTS Received I ." H dtIu Of Lbtle*


... Negro Mississippi Democratsand are Negroes** 'This will
ROUNDUP Sttas i North Carolina Negro Democrats group
Fran U.S.
support the convention's choice:

By NEGRD KIES3 INTERNATICHtAt( 'WASHINGTONNt)- 1 selves for.have a battle girded of Representation them for gallon President might lean though toward the deb Wal-

HONEYMOON GIFTWAS@iC10NNPsStokely CORE'S plan to channel Ions p" at the National Con lace. Funds for the Coalition'
"
of dollars of business Investment I : veetloaofteDemocraticArty trip should be sent to ,Lpyal
Carmkhael art his new bride Into Negro areas has won which opens on August
Mat Miriam llakeba. received A honeymoon gift from the U.s. broad bl-partlsan Senate sup ,,;.: I ... t* in Chicago. They plea to

fiti-Depfttlmeii Jut week The State "department ordered port. :A( i i1fz; .' Challenge the rights of thewhites
Stokery's passport returned to him so the couple! could honey The Idea was Inspired by Republican to all-white delegations.

moon at an undisclosed location abroad, with the proviso that Presidential contender w. They may even demonstrate.A .
Stokely did not salt any forbidden countries. The passport was Richard M. Nixon's endorse J 11 bl-ncial group U Mississippi -

lifted last rear after Carmichael visited Cuba and North Viet- ,ment of "black-owned, black- the Loyal Democrats of
ram controlled" businesses.Support Mississippi, and the North
,
for the program has Carolina Committee for More

NOT QUITE PERFECTCRICAGONPl4Mayor also come from Senator Fred 1 f t Political Participation will Invade

Harris (D-Okla.), who Ir 1 1 the sacred precincts of

Richard J. Daley is pictured the closely associated with Vice I : : the Demos and will attemptto

current Issue of Harper's magaslne as being"the most success President Hubert H.Humphrey.. ? bring things to standstill

Ad mayor In America" but falling down when It comes to understanding : Twenty-six Senators, U from ; Dr Aaron Henry 1s Chairman
the forces at work In the black communities each major party have JoinedIn "r of the Mississippi group Integrated .

ChIcago. In every other area, the magatlne articles lauds the sponsoring the "Community with Nodding Carter -
mayor for his administrate abilities and astute programming. Self-Development Act of W8," aI m'white, as vice chairman.The .

When It comes to the black communities, the article says the which would provide tax breaks'and ,,, coalition Is urging that Its
mayor has failed to register a hit. federally guaranteed bonds '" ':: own mixed delegation be seated
to spur business In low-Income I >< oa the convention floor. Six
.
SUIT communities, both In the cities ;,. organisations are fighting u

and In rural areas. :i part of the coalition: The
The amount of money Is spent NAACP Freedom Democratic CHARLES EYERS
N.l NPI A
CAMDEN /-< )- suit was Wed in Trenton Superior
court last week on the program would be;) .Party, YoeagDemoerats, Democrats of Mississippi,
by city officials seeking an Injunction against Summit Laboratories of Indianapolis through Its President 8. Henry .
the .Friends of Black People's Unity which the city charges limited to fl-bllllon a year. Holloa Hayes, right above, as manager of advertising and customer relations. This appointment Prince Hall Masons Missis* Room 402, IMEastttndStreet,
CORE Director bon and Association and New York 10022. .
is conspiring to Incite violence and Roy business 16 slppl Teachers *
handing out communist for Hayes brings together two men who were associated In the beauty years
material. The movement, umbering 150 persons has staged the organisation's former leader ago. 195. Hayes was sales for Apex Company of Atlantic and Henry Bundles, the Mississippi State AFL-CIO. The North Carolinians' headIs

two peaceful demonstrations la front of the .city hall durlnc'the James Farmer announcedthe left InIn the picture, was Eastern ales representative for the firm. Prior to Joining Summit, The group needs $30,000 to, Dr. Reginald Hawkins -W:
Commit-
Introduction of the bin, the Involved la Raleigh. He beads the
two months. cover expenses
past Before that he the
sales for WTLC Radio Station In Indianapolis. was on
Hayes was
which was supported by City travel and la accommodations, tee for More Political Part
staff of the New York Board of Education. They're standing in front of Summit's modem
LINCOLN U CHADJEFFEF.SON senators ran&1nllrom conservative Dr, Henry Is a pharmacist clpatlon. At the moment )0
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John Tower (RTet.) to facilities at Park Fletcher In Indianapolis.Discussing from Cbrksdale and Is State Negroes will be la the dele.

CITY Mo-NPI)-A 51 Lincoln University liberal Jacob lull Q RN.YJ.Fort Chairman f the NAACP Rod- gallon from N.C.' u alternates

(Jefferson City, Mo.) graduate has been appointed assistant The Blender ding Carter m Is publisher or delegates. Two are Bishop
director of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights. William v.neyCollege of the Greenville, MUs., Delta Dale of Charlotte and Dr.Lewis
Democral-Tlmes, and chair C. Dowdy, college president.
D. Rice, a field representative for the commission since KareliN'
has been In Han Is man of the State Young Demo Negroes control three and one
a captain the U.s..rm,, and police officer
after leaving Lincoln U wlthu BJ;, degree. t 1 trats. Charles Ever*. NAACP half of the delegation's 19 yat...
Field Secretary and recent Hawkins 1* aa alternate delegate

UP TO DATEWASHINGTON.atpo.A EEO's ChoiceFORT J. ,. candidate for Congress, Is adoordloator. appointed by the state's
Governor Dan IC, Moor*. The
VALLEY Ga A.
More than 40 per cent of the Party itself feels It can handle
new look has appeared la the press Chester Robinson, of the Fort .. '
.. Mississippi population IsNero. any complaints
releases of the normally staid Treasury department: Last week's Valley State College faculty .,. A Florida
More than are Judge last week
release dealing with employment of minority groups by banks- In assisting Thomas L. Dalton, 140,000
refused
to
t registered voter, a 10-fold order the Republican
was t>) to date la reference to one minority 1I'OUP.1nsttad of Deputy Equal Employment Op w'.o I IJ
convention to
Increase IMS. "Yet reconsider its
saying Negro, the release said "Afro-American" and"blacks.;' portualty Officer la over .
:Mid Dr. Carter, "only two out Florida delegation setup la the
admlDl.ttrl.C the program ell possible total of 66 dele* light of the complaints of Negroes -
Haw Ytrk Efccittrs PtaCtWMiity which Is designed to end discrimination IiI'I
_gales chosen for the convention lathe state.'Til .
based on race,
creed, color national origin
Soaks
Sitft or sex. HIT IW TI CO TO TOll IB Kf

These Include such Robinson, who has been on
NEW 'YOR1C-1'Ctw York CIt, may pro f i
Board of Education ls preparing Jects u pre-klndergarten The Fort Valley State College

to launch a new program to programs remedial Instruction faculty since 1M', ls presentlyAssociate LOW PRICES ;'
provide total educational for U-scbool youth, basic Professor of Health
and Physical Education and
services to a community. adilt, education, small
libraries I health services Acting Chair man of the Physical
The Board announced that ,
Community Education Centers counseling services and others. Education Department DRUG STORE NEEDS ) |
For 10 he director
will be set 19 U at least four The program la each center years was
will operate under guidelines of the school's Health Workshop \
localities, of the Ctfyunderspecial a "
appropriation? voted by promulgated by toe New York, ud beaded similar workshop I ... '. Trade 'with Your Neighborhood Drug 8tote

the State Legislature on the State Department of Education. at Atlanta University one sum ... WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR'LOCAL
recommendation of the Board The program Is being funded by mar He was recently electeda PAPERS. We deliver W* also fill all Doctor Prescription
of &eQlJ. special grants under the Re* member of the board of 'TALLAHASSEE, FU. General Electric District Representative Theodore Him. Jr., (right) ;;
The new projects will be planned gents Urban Education Program directors of the Georgia Tuberculosis discusses features of a GE Blender with associate PJB. Fassler. Nlms, a 1M4 graduate of '* 1,

by the communities them u approved by,the New York As social loa. Mr. Florida AIM University Is based In Syracuse N.Y. for the General Electric Housewares
selves under the coordination State Legislature. Robinson 1s serving his second: Division. He worked tor cEsiBrldgeportCaonand Boston,, Mass, prior to the Syracuse move. Dixie Pharmacy
Shorter 1s president of the term u Georgia State Director
of Rotas
B. Shorter a specialist :
In human relation New York Association of Negro for Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Dr. Katie E. WklckhiM H. NEWS DEADliNE _
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School Supervisors and Administrators A native of Vldalla. he spent Mailed news should be In
with Shorter Is arranging meetings the Association of four years with the \ ... Army the office by It BOOB on 1312 RIMS I0AI IT MTITLE V
to pats
community groups I.( Drive -?
specific which are Assistant Administrative DIrector during warn. He was stationed Hmphrty's Gmpilfi Mondays.New ', .'
programs and was formerly overseas U Africa, Italy and brought to office Phil
needed In the Harlem, East WASHINGTON D.C. Dr. Katie E. Whlckham president of should .. 353-559 >>:
Chairman of the Board of Swltierlaad with the 49th be U by 1:30.: p. oa
Bronx. Ocean IUI-Browu* Quartermasters the National Beauty Culturlsts League. Inc, has been appointed I Tuesdays.
Trustees of the St. Athens Headquarters
vllle and Jamaica areas of the PAT Till MB ||
ctJ Congregational Church. (Red Ball Express). o-chairman" of the National Committee of Beauticians forrlumnhrev. t LICIT WAIEI

Following his tour of duty, be WI urAl S3TEIEPIINE
IFG CwftnuWefta graduated with a B.S. degree Considered by many U one of year*. She .ntc1lor "
Eifheen astthe AUTORADIATORS IIUJ IT 001 STOLE
from Savannah State College. 'the most Influential black seven years first j|

(then Georgia State College). women In American polities president of the LouisianaState
| el Putts KMS He received the MJ. degree Dr. Whlckham said she "will Beautician Association. ;
from Jtarth Carolina College work hard" for Vic President While In New Orleans she also
AKRON QUo B.F. Goodrich engineers have confirmed Infield and has studied one year at Humphrey because "beautl- helped 'organize the Metropolitan $ lit S rllr .
that I-to-
for 51.4. .I
tests what known generations New York toward clam throughout the country
1O-ysa -dd wrrr pants like craiy, especially at the his doctorate.University He also has com feel be Is the beat man for the Under Voters her League.leadership, the ...-...'...tt4IoNt I'", ._.. Does Coc!-Cola .

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knees. -
Culturlsts
pleted eosin at Indiana University presidency National Beauty ... ...
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BFG engineer had a real were encouraged to do their and at the University She added, "And we are going League bar developed Into aw.ll' t::"" have the taste
"kneed to know" said Henry best or worst In torturing of Miami all out to get him elected." organised professional I

L. Dixon, general manager of both conventionally made pants Robinson 1s married to the Dr. WhkkhanV appointment and politically oriented organ* S ARLINGTON tired of?
BIG Adheslves. The companyhas and pants made wwa Fsbrllock- former Verne Armstrong of was announced U Washingtonby aation. RADIATOR you never get |

developed a new product treated knee sections.The pant Winter Garden, Fla. The Robinsons Robert E. Short, co-chair Under her leadership the National IU MAaciaca 1U.$77

called, "FabrUock" which Is were subjected: to a daily regimes have two daughters, man of Citizens for 1Iumptu'" Beauty Culturlsts League

designed to reduce pant wear of action-packed eplsldes, Danltra, 14 and Donna U. In commenting oa Dr. Whlck- has grown la membership to ?
MAIN Is it refreshing
at the knees. heavy oa tree climbing, wall ham's appointment Vice President 30.000. with chapters la 99states. STREET always
FabrUock worked well hour exiling and misceUaneoui activities **** Humphrey said: "I am The NBC recently held RADIATOR
laboratory withstood severe like marbles and tug particularly pleased to have groundbreaking ceremonies lora WIM AT 4W 11.5511a

abrasion, eliminated a need for, of-warrlng. NAACP Waits such aa outstanding person and million dollar EdIICaUoDa1&11d ,1Au.4..4w Do better |'
protective knee patches and "No test apparatus eduldbegin dynamic leader u Dr. Research Center In SoutheastWub1n&tOG. 1Ml.1411 Grew Swq. i! things go
generally multiplied the to simulate the wide range of Whlckham to assume leader .

mileage normally expected destructive forces titIlIOTmalllearoid FWHJS Ste..re. ship role In my campaign. I. with Cokeafter |
from a pair of boy's pants. boy sift have known and admired Dr. .

But, would It work la the gruel and focused on the knee sections Whlckham for years for her Coke after Coke?

lag, grinding, perpetual motion of a pair of pants" Dixon said. Far IN. C GrurdCWCAGO' ; many contributions to the fieldof --. .--. ,
world of a normal youngster?" The BFG engineers also found", beauty culture. And I happily SEAFOOD CENTER
Dixoa asked. DUd to their uttffKt, thai NPQ) The wlelcome her and members of 1

To find out, engineer established the knee sections treated with NAACP has asked that federal her organisation to our team. .) N MYRTLE AVI t'M u 4 Mr. Ar ee.a.scce Yawh,.+ldo..Iaral.Mprwr.ste.aror.
funds be withheld from the
a control group of "real Invisible FabrUock film outlasted Dr. Whickahm Is also a member a.aeea.I eC4ruuotilw.rr&Mr.10015 ,
lively tide" The youngsters untreated knee sections Illinois National Guard. of the National Advisory toY WHITING Vltdltl 18811 1t. 1k
to nine times in the "real Charging racial discrimination Council of Women for Humphrey. anus tAltCYtllL 395(piWiFl11 tiW= ll. kit
vet by state guards units, the "nRED lb.
AkKits System tests. NAACPs office said : \ VENN= IMIIII 112k
When it came: time to pro- Chicago Dr. Whickham has been president

(.pity Oily Two mote FabrUock In a television the"Segregation exception Is la the the rule National not of the National Beauty CHANNEL BASS Ib. 45c 1

commercial B.I. Goodrlcl& Culturlsts League for eleven ..
Guard of this state" : Ik* fw feUM f a w e
advertising personnel remembered -
of units la
Mick CMIoIIIs Investigation guard
how laboratory engineers nan ot VMI IIAMN ""
19 nilnols cities"substantiated
CHICAGO (NPQ How had harnessed boy power to allegations (of discrimination) NAACP MMS AUiigPeopli HUH FLORIDA $130
validate laboratory tests. ,
many black pilots fly commercial control completely," the NAACP said, GREEN LOBSTER, Ib. ,
recreated a
They group
airlines? According to of six l-to-10-year old boy la a letter to UJB.Secretary orDeI.ut II Ghettos "W. )..Ite( y.. N tnr IkU lint snit catch." I y '
American Airlines pilot Jim Clark Clifford 1
and put them before camera for NEW YORK (NPQ'ho) : ,
TUmon there are one or two The based
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charges were on
three day*. The boy are not urban housing programs aimedat
Negro captains la the whole a three-week Investigation by
airline system. He estimates actor or photo model They Brigadier G.ieral.aa,1IODd "helping pump money Into STEAK FILLET Ib.llc'caw
all reside, play and attend Negro businesses providing
the.number of black pilots at Watkins black
(retired), a man
school la the same community. services that ghetto people can,
20-tS adding that at least 10 ,and former guard officer. CMkU .....* a In* WM
Tea thousand feet of color film see" have been announced by $180
of them work for American. (edited to US feet la the finished According to the NAACP" NAACP Executive Director Roy CRABMEAT lb.
litmus who started as flight commercial) wets shot m (Guard units situated U Integrated Wlttln ewiu You know it: fi best
your
Is now first officer and Ironically! la all*, $1.25 Plat $1.50 .
engineer(co-pilot) working his way toward school yards, la residential black neighborhoods arc .virtually One program would establish I 1w ....... ... ......I
area and in Greater Cleveland "urban housing centers" la refreshment buy. :
a captain's rating. Based au1tt Ia membership e&flUUIIlOBSTtR
park while the boys demonstrated Negro-area stores to systematically .INUIIII
at Chicago's CTHare Airport, and command."Recrutdment. .... I SHAD 15c
bow much wear and tear channel the needs of MEAT 3ot NEB
be file 727 Astrojets all over treated with FabrUockcaa : policies simply resident to public '" .......
pants area "
the American system. are not designated to reach the-
take. The commercial win matter rucInIfrom
agencies oa
'be introduced oa the ABC network black community nor have the rat Infestation to tegal SHRIMP I Lu.je. 1.005.Dw's .
Individuals responsible for
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YOU WATCH A CAME, during the Democratic assistance. The other program '"
fun.'If you play it, it's recresx end Republican natl tion. And U work .t it, Wetoll. able effort to teach that tout to hv e rftlUlMM cuffed shoe c tnm Ul* DelMscal'c
venrions la and be shown banker and broker Increase
you August '
commUD Cm fMhy, Mil disc CeO shied I3J-02IJ. adudrerewharNraltMWc loYfamwrbr.jsduwnvUto BotUlftf Co
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r Los Angeles Rams Will Replace Green Bay Packers At Top of NFL 1968 League


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Sptrt'f Mifizkf PtH Sees Women Remain Champions Says Negro Advisors CM



Cowboys EIMioti.wf Irems"HEW (. Help Colleges Keep "Cool"


YORK Tin touch Lot Angles Rams will replace the i ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -Ira Marge, former University of New
world champion Greta Bay Pickers as the top>> team in the r. sa 4, Mexico star, now In the American Basketball Association with

National Football Leap In 1968. According to the surprising the Oakland Oaks, believes colleges will need Negro advisors if

results of u exclusive poll of more than 1,000 pro football. they want to keep Negro players happy.
players' appearing_ In the Current tuu .cI SPORT Magatlne.The .
"The major problem facing cessfufly, or have a happy
poll,'SPORr;Drat annual Washington Redskins NFL), every university heavily Negro player in its ranks until

census of the players, also Joe Namath, N.Y. (AFL);Lead- '3 lay 1"9p. a recruiting Negro athletes is a it hires a man who knows the

makes the Oakland Raiders the tog Receiver Charley Taylor, communications gap," Barge, black athlete!

choice over the New York Jets Washington Redskins'NFL), a Negro,said at his Albuquerque Barge said that if the Unlver-
lot the American Football Lance Alworth, S.D. (AFL); home city of New Mexico had

League Mown The poll, in Leading Rusher- Gale Sayers, "No college will bridge the employed a Negro advisor when

which the players are asked Chicago (NFL),Jim Nance,&.. gap, be able to recruit sue- be played (1962-64)), "1 know
10 predict their ova league's (AFL); Offensive Lineman- I would have been a better
standings ud to name the top>> Bob Brown, A la. (NFL), .Jim NY Mets Helmet layer."

Individual performers in their Otto, Oak. (AFL); Defensive Barge led New Mexico to a
league in various categories: Lineman Deacon Jones, L.A.. Holders, May Redeem Western Athletic Conference
I* similar to SPORTS annulpotting ( Tom Keating Oak (tie) 'championship and into New

of the major league AFL( Linebacker Tommy Them August 12-18 York's National Invitation
baseball plajrers. Nobls. All. (NFL), Bobby Bell,' Tournament.
The NFI/s divisional champions K.C. (AFL); Defensive Back- All youngsters who receiveda

la tie Conference, Larry Wilson, St. Lou; (Nn). -' coupon on Helmet Nlte may Gramhliai Prexy
according to the SPORT poll, Kent McCloughan Oat (AFL); : redeem the coupon any night
I the Cleveland BrownstatheCeatiryDlvislonand I t4.L r during the J-Mets Homestand.
fchoald be Rookie Prospect Ron Yary, Honored ly
\ A special: booth will be set
;
> Minn. (NFL). LarryCsonka, /
'
JM Dallas Cowboys In the Miami (AFL);Underrated Play op in front of Wolfson Baseball
Capitol Division, with the Cow. er-Doa Perkins, Dal (tie) Park. Coupons will be redeemed EtficatioR lewd
to defeat the Minn. .+ ,, aJ between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00
tier picked (NFL) and Dave Osborn, CY !
Browns for the Conference title (tie) (NFL), Al Atkinson, N.Y. j1 p.m. each night. ATLANTA (NPQ "In
I '" No win be honored of service as a
b the West, the players expert: (AFL). coupons member
the Rams to capture the Coastal after these dates. of toe Southern Regional

Division title and go on to PittersM SiysHe's So that youngsters would not Educators Board" President

defeat the Packers likely ____.._,.. +y. be disappointed, coupons were R.W.E. Jones, Grambllng College
ow 'it '':P,1OIU""''''''-' ,.., ....;;.;. ,, ...._ .gfKT7tBuckholtc
distinguished
k when the of
? given out supply of three
Central Division champs, and Not I Too Old Simond Johnson's Women's Team maintained Us championshipby Patrick was one
Thornton
Cberlya Williams and
then the Cowboys for the NFL defeating the Holly Slim Jima ZI-7.. The team record for the McQueen. The team Is Patricia helmets were 'exhausted on educators honored on
NEW YORK At 11. managed by Recreation Director Carlton August 1. This gesture by theJ.Meta.wu the occasionofthe20thanniver-
title. Floyd 16 for the
season Is wins and I losses. Outstanding players
B. and the
Bryant coach Is John Miles.The
la the AFL the Jets' Patterson dotnotthlDkw.tooold League was conducted: over and above sary of the organization. He
stronget champs were Call Whltaker, Wanda Mlckens, Alfredo Mary by the Jacksonville Recreation
competition for the Eastern title to win the heavyweight boxing Redding, Bomadette Cole, Joyce Thomas, Dianne Wyatt, Karen district of the Department.Health Theodore Lawrence, the original commitment and wu awarded a coveted plaque
manager Pilgrim and Life Insurance
title for the third time. limitations provided for on and certificate as on of three
should come from the Houston Duffy Yvonne Reed, Viola Hicks. Other members are Cassandra Company will '
present trophy awards to the team Helmet Nlte. SREB charter members.Broadcasting .
Oilers, who earned the division Patterson already holds the. _
Vhamplonship last season,while record by winning It twice.He's
the Raiders are expected to be had three cracks at trying to re- Kit's hillier Ilk Alabama State Royalty Queen And Attendants Relax

pressed by the Kansas City gala the prised crown since he ..
Chiefs In the West.la last lost It to Sonny Litton on a TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -Ever
Preside
SPORT Magazine's listings first round knockout six years ett P. Blake, assistant Will Over GameWhen

tor the top>> Individual perform tog. professor of mechanical and Alabama
State
ers la 1968,quarterback Johnny Patterson win meet Jimmy architectural drawing at College goes into battle with Savannah this
tkltas of the Baltimore Colts Ellis, the World Boxing Asso Florida AIM University, is fall three young ladles will serve as royalty,the one a queen, the
1s expected to earn "Most ciation's champion from Louisville employed this summer as civil others her attendants Miss. Cynthia Moore will be Miss Alabama

Valuable Player" honors the Ky. la Stockholm, Sweden engineer In Gainesville by the be State.attendants.Miss Pamela Renee Lover and Miss' Joann Morgan will

NFL and the Jets' Joe NamathIs Saturday September 14. United Stales GovernmentThe '
the AFL pick. The bout will be beamed by FAMU professor supervises The official Royalty of 1968-69, and Pamela Renee

The players' complete Individual satellite to the United States a co-operative program Alabama State College found Lover, and Joann Morgan attendants -
selections are: for national television. with the Federal Government, time out from summer studies to Cynthia.

Most Valuable Player-Johnny He has fought three times In Involving pre-engleering& and exams to engage la a cool Cynthia Moore, the newly-

Unites, Baltimore Colts (NFL), Sweden and won them all. He students spending a quarter at swim In the coUp pooL elected "Miss Alabama State"

Joe Namath, N.Y. (AFL);Lead- considers the country oom,second :- Cape Kennedy and Redstone They are Cynthia Moore, for the school year, will be
Inc Passer- Bonny Jvgensen, home. Arsenal and a quarter in school "Miss Alabama State" for crowned September 20preceedIng -
the season's opening>> football
(
game with Savannah State College -

I la Georgia. .
Miss Moore Is the daughter

of Mr. and Mrs.'James Peter

Pre Labor Day Moore, Sr., of Mobile. F
.Cynthia first attended Daniel

Payne Junior College of Birmingham ..t
on aa Academic .n

t Scholarship before enrolling at + rr 1taA dxl
I ? r Kswl't
Alabama State; .
She Is a senior, majoring In ':.S-

TIRE SALLowest English: and mlnorlng In LIbrary ._ _

Science. The attractive young ladies above represent the IMI official Royalty of Alabama State College
Her hobbles
classical movies are and reading music., They took time out from summer studies and exams to engage In a cool swim la the college
pool. Miss Cynthia Moore, right Is Miss Alabama State and will be crowned September 20 Just
She 1s
member DeltaSigma
a before thecoUege'sopeningfootbaUgamewithSavannahState. With her, are left Miss. PamelaA.
Theta Sorority, Iac. Lover and Miss .Joann Morgan. Alabama. State PhotoicT'tti
Pamela Renee Lover, attend.

ant, Is a senior with a double
major In history and sociologyand Scouts Get
a minor la psychology. She q'(

Is a prospective January, 1969 Chance For ,
graduate and aspires for the FU/t t:

doctorate degree In counseling air seawsriso.w
Gator WorkFive ado..,
rehabilitation. 1lil1'OlR/ e..o
I Miss Lover 1s an honor student
1i1 and has served her college Innumerous football games b P11&L.tilt BOAT
civic, curricular and' football usher program In IN TilE \\'AVTA
the Gator Bowl this falL Ushering well placed boat U Just
co-curricular: venture. She
for eligible Scouts and Explorers : aa important M an accurate
Ij was recipient ofthe Presi3eut'sAward will be kicked off with ca.t. and tee band on the
for 1967 and 1968, secfjetary throttle may be u respondbla -
the AFL for 2)
game August for subduing
to the Student Government a tiaphy
t Several rules are Important.The flih aa the trembling ttngcra
Association Antl-
1 must be locked around the rod.
boy a registered
Bas leas of Beta PI Chapterof
member of Scout Proper boat handling,
a Troop or an day
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the tubing rxpertt at )1.,-
Explorer Post and U a Boy
\ t. Inc., News and Feature Editor cury outboard, plans a tltal
of the Hornet Tribune and Scout, must be at least 1)years rule la n.hlng. Unfortunately,
representative to the Southern of age. To be eligible for a they add.. Ita triM algnilkaBr
d Football Service Award the often become apparent too
Universities Student Government leader must usher at ate after a good ak
boy or
Association, Miss Band! bat been lost. ERNIE BANKS
four of the five listed games.The .
Miss Kappa Kappa Psl. Moil angler
complete Scout or Explorer art reasonablyadept Mr. Cub, WGN Radio and Miller -
at
i handling their
Miss Lover Is a native of Saa rigs
uniform will be worn while trolling and easting High Life are the Ingredientsthat
Francisco and the
J 1 &lover( at all After And booking and netting make of the Mid
I games. assignment, ordinary up one
Mr. and Mrs. Ae Kano
prices of tht year on 'Sr. no on will leave his post until special problem alas flub present no west's most interesting sports',
alter the first quarter Is over. shows The Ernie Banks Show.

JO.ISOI YMCA He must be at the Gator Bowlat quickly However when, thing the once-in-a-change Heard Monday through Friday

the stated "reporting." llfetlmt lunker cornea along from 7.50 to 7.59 p.m. on
"... Those Interested should go to Everyone focuses attentionon Chicago's leading radio station,
Takers
lest the Pass Gate In the West the battle, and tend to the show Is sponsored Miller
forget that the boat can be
Stands at the Bowl on Friday' a big aid to a happy outcome. High Life and features Interviews -

In Free Style August 23. at 0 p.m. A colorfulFootball Some guide run their motor with well-known sports'
SAFETY CHAMPION Service will be presented during the entire battleto celebrities The program

The Johnson YMCA swim team at the All-Star Gameon belp the fisherman bold premiered July 8 and stars the

FULL 4PLYNYLON led by RectnaCil&1DJarddeteate4 January 19 to the boys wb the Ash and out to in turn unobstructedwater with the Chicago: Cubs' slugging first

the Opportunity Branch YMCA have ushered at four of the Ash When the Ash shout baseman.ToMMssoe's.

Saturday August 10. In the five listed games.Maviq sign of tiring and resistance
CORD TIRES girls 40 yard Free Style II1Cuf.DJard slackens, the guide back oIf'ate.dlly
NATIONWIDE ao that continual
was clocked at 0:27.5 Arts pressure can be exerted with

I .,. with motkra wr",1IIII1I/fII perfermanet tread design GUARANTEE and chalked up another first out letting the dab get a "Iff Ikes"Set
; No-Umlt MILKS... place: In the individual medley second wind up near the bulL
f Years Large fish such ,
showing great determination Grasp a* pike
No-Limit on MONTHS
tullUlllUCIWALLI TUMlttt WWTIWAUSMTMf Mis** and ability. salmon trout and muskle For Gowe
have a peculiar affection for
i sin 1M lUll nn.r...UJ'E'nME........ .aUARANI'EB The Johnson team won first boat
let TIM tatTM taMl ..-1. i. kn..dd e.d bottom particularlywhen NASHVILLE -(!HPT)- Tat
: .. .. :" h.r and second place: in every event Ghetto Areas about to be landed.
: .:1. Bites" ofTellDt..SIattJDIY.rsltr
..ao.IJ. id fajwfce "Big
21.00 10.50 24.26 12.1212 the meet which held They may slide docilely along-
iku during : was
7401)TJS14 day inaniMT ear w> \
., .... _11* t..t d.. 'at the Opportunity Branch. NEW YO { PI-.Aperform- aide, appearing completely will host the Bishop
eonUM ol our printed whipped. Then, splash College team la the Bines
7JS-1B 23.25 11.62 26.50 13.25 IX* a ":= ol n- Other winners were: JollA log arts project consisting of down and under. Homecoming Game November
White first place: 40 yard FreeStyle five black mobile groups is ,
:= Lairs the angler plunge hi
2.11" = .e: 28, u part of Tennessee'sninegame
7.7B-U 77S.1StUS14 23.76 11.17 27.00 13.50 221 I ....::. I ..... ; Bernard Cromlty, sec- ,touring the ghetto areas of New rod deep Into the water and H 0 m e-aad-away
1tir.ls had 40 -10 acecroup. York State "IDtrodice"I'8SIdeJltI the helmsman swings the
place yard
l ::t Flnrfonet .:;-r: 1968 football schedule.The site
2J52.M np- ) of Harlem Bedford. boat quickly, day the Dleweury
27.25 13.12 30.50 15.25 WaldoFoster.ftrstpace ,
'1 currant*wy.rt lads something' of Tennessee's home
'.ia.1l .s ps.... si wbl.c1 totUfott 40 yard Free Style; Atford 0'- Stuyvesant, Mr. Vernon, Yon- to get anagged and the..csp.going be the newly-remodeled gameswill
SM144S1S 2.M ilbM* Neal second 11-12 ken. New Rochelle, Osslning made
30.00 11.00 33.00 16.50 place: aid good. 16.000-seat W.J. Hale StadIa.
264 -
group time 0.25.5. Raymond Greenburg Buffalo, Albany and Since you cant keep a big The Blues

:-SS-K ... -. 36.50 18.25 2.7JS1 NO MONEY DOWN Garner, first place 40 yard Syracuse, to performances by lab away from the boat keep ,against ICeDI1IIkJStateSepttm.open the season
f" 40-1 Free Style 13-14 age group. black artists that specifically the boat away from the flat
until be' ber 21.
: AS aria**PIUS ISM*and.*e.4.*. aff*.*>ear. Take months to pay Kevin Holloway, first place relate to their Interests and environments. definitely beaten.

Breast Stroke, 11-12 age group, Involved in the
,clocked at" 0.39.5 Rochelle "Summer on Wheels" program TAKES TENNIS CROWN
Sate 31 Don't miss out ;
Sale ends
Aug
; Hurry Mitchell second place ID 40 are the Afro-American: Folk-
yard Free Style girls lark troupe Sad Francisco JL\VERFORD. Pa. -(NPI)-Arthur Ashe of Richmond has his
i : J frkW M shows .! Store* tatepedtvely pilei1 riraatene !Deleft end.5 ell service tailom deploying the Firestone tlgn.
?: fke.ieee Dance Mobile
Coach: Joseph Pauline assistedby of the Harlem sips and downs In the amateur tennis battles,but recently was his
:.;; FIRESTONE STOKE FIRESTONE STORE FIRESTONE STORE FIRESTONE STORE Crawford "BUI" Rivers art Cultural Council; has Mobile, "up" when he won the men's singles title In the 69th anal

.Kf. '1008 UNIVERSITY BLVD. 1000 WEST ADAMS 1850 N. MAIN ST. 5998 NORMANDY BLVD to be commended for the.fine Moviebus of the Children's Cultural Pennsylvania town tennis championship. Earlier, Athth-1fi'1f1

JACKSONVILLE, FL. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. JACKSONVILLE FLA. JACKSONVILLE FLA. work they are doing with the Foundation, Inc., and to last past the third-round play In the National Clay Courts
PBONE 725-943 PHONE: 3541411 }K>NE; 356-2711 PHONE: 786-0821 youngsters Pickwick Pup *ls. ,Tourney, being defeated by Patrick Cornejo of Chile






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Dr. William Bell Wifl .Nitd lictithri


GRAMBLING, La., Glum' Eddie Robinson, the Grumbling
Leaves A&T For College coach who seems to reach one notch higher each season.
has released a 10-game football schedule that figuratively pith
his HM>k In I nnnc*. ,1
Alcorn AIM Is the first major) If things go bad. iK
Physical Education obstacle on a 1961 card paved After three straight Sooth
.. with headaches and hard knocks. western Athletic CoIIfereldl
Morgan State College of championships, It Is going to
: Baltimore Is the next foe aDd prove difficult for the Tlgetg

Position at Iowa no Grambling team la history to repeat, but with skillful mnnlpulatlon
'. ever opened a road campaign of talent, Robinson*,
under more contrasting elr.eamaUDC. drive and the team's Incentive
By RICHARD E. MOORE ... opponents will find U difficult
The Tigers will need quick to "Hold That Tiger." jw
GREENSBORO,'N.C. Dr. William N. Bell, athletic directorat development>> for the rigorous Grumbling had a. 9-1 recoidj
ALIT State University since 1MB, has resigned to accept a game with the Bears at Yankee last season. u
position of associate dean students and professor of physical Stadium In New York City on The complete schedule fold
education at Iowa State University. I. September 28 before an anticipated lows: *i

Dr. Lewis C.Dowdy,president AiM from 1936-43 and his crowd of lOooo.lIorpn September, 21, Mecca AiMj
of AT, said Dr. Eell's resignation ,teams there won three national Is unbeaten In 26 straight Grambling; September alt
win be effective Negro championships. While an \t.., games. This situation obviously, Morgan State, New York M.Yf,
September 15. Dr. Dowdy said ,officer In the U.S. Air Force, t- ,,: demands emergency measures. October 5, Prairie View, Prairie
be expects to annoinee the' |be coached Tuskegee Air Force Tribulations coapoudonsac"cadre View, Texas; October 12,
appointment of Bell's successor Base for two seasons. His lifetime f Saturdays with Prairie Tennessee Ail, Grambllagt
in | few, days. j coaching record Is 129- View AiM, Tennessee State October 19, Mississippi VaDer
"I am eff pleased with this 4915. Ail, Jackson State, Texas 'State mat Bena, Miss.;October
new opportunity to serve,"said Bell, who holds three degrees Southern University, Arkansas 26, Jackson State,. Grambuif
Bell. "1 hire spent much of- from Ohio State, was named AMiN, and Soot University (Homecoming);; November $
my adult life at ALT and lore ;one of America's top three providing the opposition. Texas Southern, Houston, Tej
the college. I hope to spend most physical fitness leaders In 1965 There are no soft touches In u; November 9, Arkansas
of my remaining time here by the U.s. Jaycees. this alignment and Robinsonand AMiN, Grumbling;, November
working with my replacement He 1s currently chairman of his staff might become 16, Why College, Marshal*
so be can get off to. a smooth. the NCAA College Division's r disheartened and disillusioned Texas and,November ZI,SoutQ
start." East Regional Basketball halfway through the campaign. era University, Baton Rouge
A native I of State and
Polk County, Mississippi \Valley
Tournament, a member of the
Georgia, Bell was an alelimegreat President's Council Physical Wiley College provide the only NEWS DEADLINES:
tackle at Ohio back la the Fitness and Sports and the CIAA encouraging spots.
late 1920's and early 19301*. Basketball Tournament Robinson, wjw Is not given tooveroptimism Mailed newt should be la
He was named to several All Bell Is married to tile former fears that the tile office by 12 BOOB ell
Americas teams. of tile schedule, will
Harriett Lee of Washington severity Mondays. *s
Bell came to ALT fa IMS D.C. The Bells have a son, FT. DAYS, C.Z. Army Specialist Four Dennis MeFadden, Gulick All-Stars. Assigned to Headquarters Company, Atlantic llIsUnneedseason extremes.. News brought to office
u head football coach and director tile Rev. WU"am M. Bell, .Jr., 22, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs Johnnie MeFadden live at Area Installation Command, MeFadden also doubles as quarter his persuasiveness should be In by 1:30 p.m. on
of physical education. director of the United Christian 2043 Payne St., Jacksonville, Fla., receives a trophy upon back for the Atlantic Area Falcons of the Panama Armed Forces to keep fans placated Tuesdays. '.u
His 1950 team won tile C1AAchampionship. Ministry at SAT, and a being named Most Valuable Player of the All-Star Basketball Football League. The specialist entered the Army In October'
Bell stepped daughter, Mrs. William Whites. game at Ft. Gulick, Canal Zone. Presenting lbs trophy Is James 1966, and was assigned to the Canal Zone la January of test WHEN YOU :;
down u Aggie coach In 1)97.; Both are graduates of AIT. Rhlnehart, UJB. Army Forces Southern Command sports director.MeFadden year. He Is a 1964 graduate of New Stanton Senior High School ARE IIIYou
He began coaching at Howard led his Ft Davis team to a 67-60 win over the Ft In Jacksonville. Courtesy UJB. Army Seek The Best Doc
University u an assistant la
'

to 1932.claw Two College years later, Orangebvg be moved Away We Golf Willie (Geese) Frazier Is prescribes. When Your Get Biperleneed Doctor. Ij j

C.C., where he won two straight Pharmacists 70 1Jttor.

,. conference titles. Charter's Anther MM Pill Prescriptions According
Bell was head coach Florida To Your Doctor's ,

dowry Fought Ellis "Running Into Willie 1s like slamming Into a concrete wall," Orders. +
: sighed Chargers' safety man Kenny Graham with both admiration fWe
Dee Only TI'eU C. E. BLACK
and
dejection after emerging second best from a scrimmage
la Spill of Injury] .collision with San Dieco's I". IZ5- OUDd tight- end. Quality Drugs; Proprietor' J
..
Willie (Goose) Frailer had
the AFL All-Star ;
t. LOS 1NCELES-HeaY'Wt i pallid down a short over-the- "Sure, be has wonderful Game. physical 3 Registered Pharmacists To ,Serve Ton J JA i.
Jerry had broken middle flip from John Had and
Quarry a back added Madro
wait he lost to Jimmy Ellis last bad several would-be tacklers, who has attributes been with, Sid Gilman, .......... COMPLETE LINE'OP.....*...

April, says lbs Los Angeles Infjitttin Graham, bounce off through years at Miami,Cincinnati .- .
He rid-Enmlmer. his. person like I rubber ball '
and rite the Rams and Rubber .
cosmetics Goods Candles
The report said Quarry Is JMfore he was finally outmaoned Chargers, "but Just u Import.
being prepared for the fitting and overpowered."A .
,of a waist-to-aeck body cast .be Jtyplcal frailer effort," ant sire, helluuO'.nrtlela1Dcde.to succeed this year..' I. .Sundries *' .;>.. ... -. *.t" .

will have to wear for the next said Charger: offensive .Jane. The desire was apparent lathe

eight or 10 weeks. coach Joe Madro."There aren't Chargers' clash with 'the San .PRE9CRI1'TIIz4S:: CALLED 'FOR,, D. .
Quarry suffered a e cleat. many safetymen around who can, Francisco 49ers recently; at San
break of the lower' middle back w 4r handle that gvy.Once he catches Diego Stadium. ISO KIN.S Mil' ,35J-I27I f
several weeks before the World .r tbe lIeU, the great adventure be. TIle Chargers overcame a one- '.
Boxing Association match In ,w. point lead to defeat the 49ers Lilly's Drug StoreWE '
Oakland la a friendly werestllng "Those guys on defense climb 30-11, u Frailer caught three
match with a trotter,tbe report all over him, the lucky ones fiD passes for 23 yards and one .
said. off others may be trampled. touchdown. TAKE DEALS OTHERS; REFUSE .
The extent of the Injury....., They attack him as though be'. His touchdown came on a six No Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot! )

noticed until Quarry had Xrays .tbe "Jolly Green Giant"-but yard pass from quarterback 66TORONADO '. .. .. .. tMS
taken at Serra Memorial Hospital : l he also can more la high gear. John Hadl at 13:03 of tbe second : It.' "A. ".to.. II Qr.i Z t ilioi 'era, CoN OlT.99w
In Sun Valley Tuesday He can dig out,yon know,sprinting quarter and gave the Chargers 68 CAfilLlACl-15'lt'HARDfOP' I. ,$3195
Other doctors had told Quarry : 40 yards u 4.9 seconds." 16-3 lead. Later U tbe fourth .icmOt' & <
his chronic back troubles st... : Last season was Trailer's quarter be caught a pass from 6S CADILLACKLEETWOOD; .. .. .. .. $2905
ned from t mi diving accident best to date. He gained 922 Hadl for the point after touch- r urmPJt l U'' : 1r"J.b/i, rt J.iO:' 11
which also yards on 57 receptions for u -
pot him In a down. 68 CHEVY > ty'99s
body cast AFL record for tight ends and .'l fcfPALAA'"WO'TtOM' < 'Kt<)'y was
"I cant really say the back Jacked his three-year production 61 .Bl MLbo-Ij.it .,4495eloDii
bothered me much daring the to 116 for 1.637 yards and I -w r.- 2'H: .I wdiw uOVIpwse." .A. r.'w...

Ellis fight" Quarry said "butIt 22 touchdowns. He's averaged ; 68 PoNTIAC-GDJ'tAND'rRIX ... .. .. .$ m.
15.1 tm rp fftfM *'. Ale CONMTttNU, 'ACfOII'..A.....". Mil
probably hampered my movement yards per grab. .
a little" The former Arkansas AM1N '. .. 68 PONTIAC. BONNEVILLE .. ... .... .$3995
TIle WBA's No. heavyweight college star caught three or :. C.V TOP. .L.C ..W.oow., All COMOITION. FACTOR *.I.

contender was scheduled to more passes In 13 games last 67 MERCURY ......... .. ... ... .... ..$2995. .
meet George Cbmlo CIaSeptember _year and caught tour passes in BRAND NEW j 3 -EWJGJicwfSBWir.vl! ?_rrr&i*
It,but the match Is vi.t jS M- Ale coNOirioMf. n. Paolo NIATI*. Iowa

now off. Watch f19b6 "VWSEDAN 67 PONTIAC CATALINA. .. .. ... . $2895.
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Mies' .Nfflt The three comely ladies pictured here have Just competed in tbe sixth annual Pepsi-Cola !I.. .' 66 i ffcTpOn !WiWT.'ITA.'COMO-$2195/ : '
:; DiuvtiiD IN lAXrut' NI :
International Colt Tournament, held this year la Freeport, Grand P 'f"if. July 2-9 and each 66 raiamfiKiiar! t"r.Ai"coi"MT.rio- .f2195
.
Friday, Aagost It, Saturday was a winner. Pictured left 1 o right are: Mrs. Winnie Stanford, ell'bl1adelph1a. Pa. who 1. I I au amete N l. umtwnssrr.nm Y

August 17, and Sunday, August won second place In the 1st Flight with a 224 carding; Mrs. Marguerite Singfield. Tankers ,. n i TANMIUION. P'OII' .
II, art Important closing nights N.Y., winner of the First Flight with a 223 score and, right, Mrs. Myrtle Hudglns, gramSwinner '. turfw.mAfN"Tte\ ; '''i -
vtSJ M Py5iIi>[ *C VD PRIX .. ., : ...:
9M $1095
for the Jacksonville Mets Baseball of tbe Championship Flight, who came In with a 204 score. Mrs. Hudglns, who comes k wto A' o"TNI 0000IIL A;
Club Friday will be Southern from Mew York City, ls the wife of William Hudglns, President of the Freedom National Bank .I' ,Catlin- : 60 CAfILTi I.AC ,.. uewlll. ".j %is
Bell Telephone Might On In Mew York. Approximately 60 women from 31 states competed the three flight 36-hole ." j: i goVjSR tor ARs CHOOSE
Saturday night former Governor tournament It was held at the King's Inn t Golf Club and was played on both tile Emerald and TO FROMf!
Collins will be present for the Ruby courses of tile Inn. Trophies, presented by Pepsi-Cola Company, were given at the i1-iN-II +:; Griffin W. Take Deals Where:Othen Refuse'
Prudential Might of enjoyment formal awards banjuet on July. II1235Sometimes ; Credit App(oved On Spot t
On Sunday nliht senior citizens I V Volkswagen '
and ladies will be I honored It He's l) Sometimes R. S.
& EVANS
will also be known u BeeBack SCHtIit I....... Fw: Fill k..b1hg's C"I He'. Down. He AddISuttracta,1 '' INC

Club Might :'jHe works It all jjl250 IA5T lib ST.I

August The Mils It through go on the Aagust road U on Gets UMK! way liThe SMterher bits( U.5. Trackers: 111-11-44 I >. SS4.9091 3rd. & MAINEL

and win return for the final 1961 Fall Scout Roundup for new members has been GB. lBLJHG.1.a. -Lee Cal- I .( JI! 44381 OP N'TIL P.M.EL-
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homestand of the regular 19M announced by CouaelCommtulmerRkbardSuddath.Every unit host, two-time Olympic COMING ATTRAC410t44u41235
International League season of leader has been septa Roundup Kit to help him make the Roundup champion whose main preoccupation ,
August M, with Loulsvffle and >> Program effective in his neUtborbood. In life .Is record- MORE FUN! MORE ACTION OIGOE.R PAYOFFS '

Columbus.ListM. B o s ad. p "committment Center on the Roundup Record shattering speed on the cinder
cards" have been Included to Cards Included In the unit kit. path, has been Invited to help MAN'S DAYSNUMIUED
Ranked encourage every unit In the An "Honor Unit Ribbon" has the UJ. Track and IeF quad
Morn' Florida Council to exert Mexico
been reserved for every unit In prepare for the City ;DoM9
very effort to bring more boys games. :
the Council which shows a 10%
A.oag Top 10by Into the fun and adventure of Increase In membership December The Grumbling College coach wMans Days: are Numbered.1'"

Scouting 31st over December lIst reported to Lake Tahoe, Ne Health and .Fortune Can B*
Rung NH Commissioner Suddath 1967. In addition to this, an vada,' Saturday where he Is Yours When You Know Youii ,
announced the Roundup dates exclusively withhurdlers' AIRCONDITIONED'IPOIT
as extra special Scouting Rounds working Lack Days. 'in
16th
being September .
NEW YORK -Sonny Listen, through a Guy: Out" tie-bar will be '
former .heavyweight champion, December 13th, 1961. Newboys awarded to each Unit Leader His coaching assignment 1* COMFORT
recruited during this time wW expected to Inspire confidenceand Lucky Colors, etc.
has been ranked Thursday who exceeds the 10% Increasewhich 8'15 ,
count la the total unit Roundup help hurdlers accelerate Send nfor yourHoroecap4 :
among the top ten contenders ( qualifies the Unit for the = MONDAY Till SATIiliY
raWr
effort for 1961. Awards for and sustain speed and form Guide for
bJlUDc Magazine for the first Honor Unit Award Ribbon) by at
actively; participating lithe Fall under conditions of breathlessness -
time sine November1965.. least one boy. Commissioner 'BA&Y DOOM VAST 2' RACES OUWVBCTBACI A6
Uston's seventh round knockout Roundiy Program arc being Suddath stated that he hopes .found 7,000 feet above AUGUST AMMUIOM 1a tmr MngN'
of Henry Clark the Call- given oa all levels. A special: every unit leader In the North sea leveL [ Fill -lB. the blank below and titAnltata Ant touotrtole>o utste9
"Scouting Rounds a Guy:; Out"Roundup Calhoun the world'spremier ,
torah f*> '"rfoB and ohm patch will be Florida Council will qualify for reigned as while built .ZODIAC, Post Office HOI itri SEPT. 21. :
given hurdler
ranked contender, earned the the award. high Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla.
to each boy recruiting anew medals In Melbourne
winning gold
36-year-old veteran tile Mo. Ipod In addition to an of this, a
boy Into part of the Scout
In the hosing msgaxtae'slatest any special "Recruiter CerU.neate" and Rome. NAME _-
Clark program during tile Roundup lie Is still co-holder of theworld's STREET KENNEL CLUB ,
monthly rating win be awarded to all -1 I
was dropped to 10th. period If his recruiting effort 1s CONTINUED ON PAGE M 110-meter record of AN or BIRTH -----....,
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> n* Woolworth's operations and 4;.* ? Asses Misstawy Work
: NowbnSale' _
Dr. KInS'SPictures win be considered advanced "
Limited stock of 8X1 Os now HURT Uong the lines of our management -' ? : NEW YORK (NPf) The Rev. Ford Gibson recently; took
..:.'on hand. $1.98 with frame. training program. .. .. over the Job of secretary-treasurer of the African Methodist
tvm tM Hit lilum dentures CM bt ptlnnwijnitMlit Episcopal Church's Foreign Missions Department
PREMIER MEAT STORE W5 'ldlc.lld cram rlCom"'tfldld by "With this advanced Insight Into byes ,
EDGEWOQPAXE.VETERANS.. dnlvrti' ) reilnn Irrltat tender lumt tort, apply ipoKWhtn operations, la. the retailing a position one held venerable, aging Dr. A. Chester

:-- IM,"Jll t for fast, (lon.,Inllni rallif, Sp,- Held, they can be expected to 0 : : : Clark
cut, *nll-lrrit. Antlitpnc>nl: tn litlpt too, soothes temfortibliMluitmxit nt stun to their campuses with aknowledge iTE A Rev. Gibson, who pastored a South Africa- a area which
!II! BSTeWWiS: = ( that may be a contributing church la Wankegan, Illinois has the largest church population -
fKllon, Dm tint: factor la Interestingmore was voted In u secretary- la comparison with other
: f"pp01l0AAdUnoan" rtllivtun > college students la th*. <. ofx treasurer at the denomination's .missionary areas la Africa
NO MONEY DOWN | pdR In itf opportunities for a career la recent general conference ta aDd $her overseas region*-
Ask ohsmsctotforore'jeVd retailing" Mr. L e w I sntcluded. e' Philadelphia to replace Dr. generally! receives direction .
FOR A 3 OR 4 Clark, BOW retired. Dr. Clark, 'its missionary work from New
'no Is ID hla 'lQS, bald bgl4 the. Tork.

BEDROOM position for 14 years. 'Occasionally,_ however, }the
Th* new boss of the Missionary Mew Tork leaders have to conduct
ALL BRICK NOME Nrircrts----75t Scouting Roundup : department nosed oat eight business on the spot la
Bother contenders who vied for South Africa, and that's where
ON LARGE LOT IN Processes...$2.5C CONTINUED FROM PAGE IS the four-year-term salaried the difficulty lies.U is extremely -
; position. He, however, woo on. difficult for American
BEAUTIFUL Assistant Unit Leaders and Den .7h the second h ballot blacks to get entry visas Into
lulllullli'BARBER Mothers who help their Unit !:i : A former teacher la the Indianapolis South Africa. When they do,
CARVER PINES! '' Leader qualify for the Unit : public school system they must declare the reason
COLLEGEINC. Leader tie-bar
Award. six years ago, and president of for their visit, their destination
FriGfDAKE APPLIANCES The Roundup Is not an additional 1 Indianapolis branch NAACP, b* whom they plan to see and
631, Parts St. 3SS-SI74 Job for the Unit Leader OR '' iWr. .17.4 .. ,was also president of the Indiana bow long they expect to remain.
MIN.DOWN Ms boys. It lathe Job that everyone C 1 conference branch NAACP, U because of the rlgldtl-eotor edc
Loan lirlirin should be doing as a normal well as Region m (NAACP' racial segregation laws. Rev.
ON FHA put of unit programming Many president.As Gibson expects to make Us first
A NEW CLASS STARTS boys, not registered InScoutlnf Home and Foreign Missionary official visit to Africa lahis new
TERMS.VULCAN EACH MONDAY are counting oa YOU*and the leader, the Indianapolis- capacity sometime late In the
boys of your Unit to do a real born minister will direct the year.
INC. KITE CLASSES START Job of recruiting during the Fall n.a f PY denomination's missionary BUDGET-be expects to get
I SEPT. 68 Roundup. WOTtlM boys of YOUR work la Africa, tilt West Indies, more than $179,000 a year from
tEL 768-3479 unit qualify for the Roundup>> :Bermuda, Canada and Guyana the general conference to rim
I Emeu NOW. patch? Will YOUR Unit qualify from offices at 475 Riverside his department and continue
for the Honor Unit Award Rib, Drive and lit West 1120th st.. missionary work
,boo? Will YOU,Mr.Unit Leader New York Dr. ctbsoa and his wife, Gertrude
I qualify tor the Unit Leader tie- The AME Church claims more and their only child.;
BRAN NEWRICK tar Award? They boys of YOUR than l.2-mlUica members lathe :Lisa, 1C1.taU tt residence
neighborhood bop the answer United States Africa, West at 112 West 120th Street, the
[ HOMES to all of these questions la a k Indies sad Guyana. Harlem headquarters of the
big resounding "YES". They The South African area Is th*. Home and Foreign .Missions..
I !1 art counting on YOUI moat Important of the five over- Department
'h ,seas areas, but will be the
t' toughest to handle.
ROOMS FOR RENT

I Two'rooms upstairs for working Speaks for Jehovah

girls or coaple. Quiet and _
respectable. Ph. 15S-189S. -

34 bedroom plont with 1,1 Vi, ICON FOR RENT 1. : ":\
2 both and "
garage. ;
Fura. room. Prefers couple ,
Modem schools, church and a complete single lady 1S4.7S10. I .ty ,," 1
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tnopplng center clot by. An Bgresstvt orgamxauoa. The nglettSocIiJSavlagsaKbsupenrlsed by Bishop M.H. Frailer I
Prldgen, shown la the left of both plctureswiH mate Us Initial appearance before the \
LINCOLN ESTATES MOTEL FOR SALE public by giving two skits at the St. Thomas Baptist Church annex Young ladles, membersof I
the group, from tel la the picture above art: Ann Lewis, Linda Walker, Pr.ISdeIilUlDlta II I
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 Buyers opportunity-modern 'Sherman Secretary; Dlena Glenn, Vice President; Yvonne Walker, Miscellaneous Treasurer
11
-mit motel" 3 Bdr. borne, Seated art from fait Vondaynn Walker, Renetta Harris and Angela Chetts. Young men,
4 acres 500 ft. on VJS. lj; left to right are: Charles* Smithy "CreaU..", Fred Clark, Jr., "Flint Stone"; BenjamlaFrailer. !
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: "Bean Da ", Benny Sykes, "Jack"; Herman Prldgen, Jr., "Champ") Joan Han,
Start Hail, Willie White, Jr., Wyatt Douglas, Terry Harris, "Stack"; Cordell Lewis James .AJ
.ISTIIHTJI WANTED! Holland, "Jlmmlt". Others art not present for the picture. This growing neighborhood croup I
of teenagers will present "I An The Hippest" and "The Devil's Funeral.
For Afro-Am Natural Hair
Sheen. Write Afro-Am P.O.'
EFGoodrich Box M, Edlsoa Center Miami, Lists Mt. Ararat Plans Will Mr." aa4 Mfrs. P.F. Porte appeared si the Watcatower Con
Florida Stanton High .Swort AiyDMHocnt vention. Porte Is tat circuit minister to United State Circuit
No. JO. Be appeared on the program Thursday. Bis subject
RAPID Registration Dates, Second Dual Day Afikst was "What Art You Doing with Tow Lifer
118 I AH'ROIEIO OffER .
I Registration dates for the Mt Ararat Baptist win eel*. NIIR
I TV SERVICETV 168-69, school year for all brat Dual Day oa August &5. Uiitri Frtthyttftas Help
; 1'1" students expectlnc to attend New Chalrmea will be Deacon CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Sifety' QIIHIg long Service calls $3.00. Stanton Senior High School have George Baker, Men, with Deacon very minority la this country U.HrrlYftttH H.I.ltIS'NEW
f I Financing AvailablefoaeJ33.U34 beet released by Principal Lorenio Conway as cochairman dots the same"
0" it economy prices! I Charles D. Brooks as follows: ; Mrs. Cerise As to Agatw, RoblssoB's
August It, 1961 for twelth Williams, president of Usher answer was "he Is unimpor YORK Twenty-six young mea and women, mostly from
: FOR, MENAND WOMEN grade students be ginning at I:30 Board No. 1 and Mrs. LeolaHarris tant"Tbformer Harlem.and some of whom have DIm held Jobs before, art
alL August 13 for the eleventh chairman aid cochairman major J league ,participating la a trdntng-employmnt program at the national
NEW n.ROoodrkh "moUCulon OF All AGES trade students and August 20 for the Women. Mrs. Baseball player said that be headquarters of the United Presbyterian Church here.Tb _
TfMd Compound" extra Take New IMPROVED NATURE for the tenth trade students. Harris Is president of Usher had talked with Governor program Is part of the phone usage, typing Job
1IIIINge, Students hare been requestedto Board No. I. Rockefeller before nt' denomination's mil t I-faceted attitudes, and business etiquette. -
TABLETS for that tired '
-BIO CDGE-TrMd puu mon rundown report to their former homeroom Services begin with the Sunday convention but not after the effort to help disadvantaged They also receive caus-
rubber on the rod to ..mtrecUon feeling that keeps yon from areas for specific directions :. School at :JO. Deacon I..... nomination. He said he asked persons. It offers oa-the-job room or Individual instruction
end said fMiItw -. enjoying 100 Tablets life.13.00,200 Tablets and registration mat CMffq la charge. Rev. E.L. Governor Rockefeller to under* training for aa eight-week provided by staff persons or
$3.00. $1.00 ; COD'a. erials. Parent and/or students Murray, pastor of Mt. Calvary stand the position of the blacks period with some of the participants volunteers\
deposit on
EMPIRE PRODUCTS I.SALES with special problems or questions .Baptist, Sanford will speak ta la this election. : expected to become Designed as oa Implementation
pertaining toth.r.liltra. tile morning. Mrs. Emma GW1I la the 1964 tlectloa Robiasoa permanent employees. of action taken by the
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5$ 8937 N.
Dept. fflinoU Broadway tion dates should contact the will be la charge of the Baptist supported Lyndon B. Johnsoa Ranging la age from II to denomination's 180th General
Chicago, 606Z8 irlncipal's office at New Stsa- 'Training. Rev. WUbert Burgess for, President. At that time hi U, the trainee-employees la- Assembly (highest legislative
I tt I t I It ton prior to the registration win speak at 130.: He Is pastor was a national Vic*-Pmio eDt elude high school students. body last May the)Jobtrainingprogram
MOTEL dates if possible of the JaUngtoa Baptist Church of th Republicans aDd lade.' drop-outs, young ardbIr.,... at 473 Riverside Drive-
1I II rooms, private bath $5.00 Information concerning the and associate minister of Mt. peadeats for Johnson. la 1960.RoblBsoB fare recipients lAd college pas beta developed by th* staff
t / t 11 rooms, semi-private $4.00 program of studies may be Ararat. championed Nixon's students. They are working la d the church's Central Personnel .
I' Day time (semi-private) $3.00 obtained from the principal's: cause because he was a civil 18 offices of the church's Com- Boras under the direction
Weekjy Rate (plus tax) office, according to Principal Jerusalem Baptist rl&tltlmu.. Now,however,says mission of Ecumenical d Mitt Lillian A. Wlndoam,
Brooks. the New Yorker, be cannot Mission and Relations, General' coordinator for orientation and
support> bIlL CouaeiX and Board of National training, and Miss Tens L.
EOEEWOOD MOTOR COURT Revival
Announces The udgnmenta Include McDanUl., meploymeat mana

I INTEGRATED ** ** Revivalist(, typing, clerical lid
8911 UjB.l.Cor.CdgewoodAvt. Revival services are now going general office work, offset Some of the trainees win
Phone: 764-OOOJ-Always Open on at Jerusalem Baptist Church printing, photography, aid return to classes after the
WHITEWALLS Totsons Southslde. Preaching will start Operation ctalMUo-rlAalequlp- summer program ant others
only 11.00 snore pw tin Visiting Monday night, August 19. Rev. meat. will be given priorities for
+t: 2 Ml ALL BRICK W. Gugges will be the speaker 1 Wall they are working the permanent Jobs with tr* church
t In CaliforniaRev. Other services Include Youtl employees art training la such ageacUt. The trainees Include'
Prayer Services, 7.50 Regulai v basic office functions as tele- .18 women,and IQ men.'"
II FREE. TOWN HOUSES Prayer Services, Wednesday alI
I ,. and Mrs George Totson pja., lAd Bible Study 'That.
*. MOUNTING Range $ st., and daughter Cathy, lea day night at I p ja.The communion Thick Cltrilsts Soy Chvrci
the city for Baa Diego Calif.to service Is held Sunday,,
W.SVAV* *W *WSNM *iWA W i **!*S: Refrigerator visit her lOa and daughter-la- August 25 at 5 Rev R.W,
p.m. Fills To Assist !I. "A.
law, Mr. lAd Mrs. George Jackson: Is pastor; Doc Wiy"NEW
OA11 Apt TotSOD, lr. 'Tooms Is reporter. The chardIs
s1N' W HIT $1N MO! located at Z935 OldSt.Augustine YORK Tb "removal of racism la tilt Episcopal
.......* Road. Church" is the aim ollllll'leatalatht New York area, founders
They II' "SWEAT" PUN and members of the Uaioa of Black Clergy and Laity of the
they n,,,,, fill APT. FOR RENT I Ep1IcOlll1 .hank
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last! FHAVULAIIIIICo To Be Honored This unique orgaalsattoa was or assist black congregations
!sat! ww rp p.5r.'r? Elec. furL apt. HfcC water. On [ -' formed recently: by II priests ".. any way."
t..101a1r.1. Han, bus line. 3847354. Vad tart laymen to combat Further ta complains nti sayMTa ,"'
Hurry bAAM.. s rr $ID.tRLLJI. Mccjj&fElder alleged dtscrlmiaatloa "wtthia clergy lAd laity of th*
o lies ""iw"i w i6 IUUllAIaEi WANTEI LJf. McClala; former the .*ttrii 'Ta* parent tuck organisations. bl particular
II I.ucnAOa.werfbwn Ar 7N) lEI KNKIT II Master barber "wanted gospel singer and musician of union was toed ca aaatloaal those who had beta striving
fub .-swan. t0 Beraict's Barber Shop 1273 Jacksonville, now pastor of th* basis 'la February. CM teak tier years agaiast lajustfc, : sad
ro11 I'uslu ? ?! 7tt 3479 Kings Rd. 354-9938-361-4711.! Emanuel Pentecostal Church ofPhiladelphia Is that of combatting racism djjerlmiaatloB la the church
Store will be in revival la the church by asking for sad and la the community, expected
Stork from Monday, August 19, to and achieving full participation oa that the new Urbaa Crisis
: including August U at the Mt the basis of equality la policy Program lAd Fund would help
Barest 1u;; cares Sinai Holiness Church, 1148 IIL Hnf'. ja jfnq) flttkiBg, BTO- them la their community: If.
Bvg H ME MIY69 RIhI -. West list. St Services will crllllA1lc and stifling oa the forts."
you! tVltrwbwo .,...Ar.. rail a \ begin nightly at I p.m. Elder parochial, dlocecaa, and oa ta*
r"uwl w {r fBiGorkhJ/ ?d f 3 national kvels.Th .
MAKE THE MOVE LJt Spark Is pastor. Elder Says Race ReJitiois
McClala 1s the .daughter :of new metropolitaa chapter.
f TO RNER LIVING with members from Mew Tort
o Mrs. Emma Watkins.Methodists ,
so Mew Jersey and Mew England: Are 6etfeg+ WorseCHlCUaMNPDPollc

ILL HICK! :RET. ALYIN L7 JOHBBe'v. Aid will particularly ask for wider
la ta church's rhtlons *-
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(Prophet) Alvin L. Jones
Urbaa Crisis Program with the black commuxdty -'
ht HElIUM will be honored Sunday at
8-00 p.m, la his third anniversary Negro Slum Units EpisdpaUsas set op tile arbaaprogram are worsening according to
441V'p bunRAN as a prophet and minister, last SepUaiber iaSeattie Dr. Detoa J. Brooke Chicago's

DoWntOwn area: uet SALES OFFICE at of God. The,ee1e1ntioa will NEW YORK Th* United at lilt General Convention War" oa Po"each .
d DIVISION & 20th ST. EXP lad provided aa annual budget Unless comm tmlty
b* ald at Fountain chapel .Methodist board of m.1uiODa
i 1001 J W. ADAMS 3542801Cedar I II ONE:3546746PARK AME Church, 7S7 Jessie St., will aid economic enterprises of $3,000,000 a year for the warts.grievances 0IIt a system by which
where Rev. F.W. Jones, Sr., controlled: by Negro slam rest next tart years to combat agaiast policemea
I I : Hills areas is pastor. ,dents la Seattle sod Chicago poverty la ta* slam areas and caa be beard la a fair and lain

; 3719 BLANDING BLVD.! 771-3588 I A BBtqte program has with $100,000 in lout aad investments. a the coratry. JIIlUalIlWDr. the daunt iUacrdeepeniase
.L I beta arranged for till occu/os. This group has charged .ale and the aostllUy will
i Friends ar* Invited to be adaa etratlas d .lhi EpIscopal la volusM lAd ateaatdq"Ie .
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