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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 17, 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:
UF00028362:00778

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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 17, 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:
UF00028362:00778

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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her from Thursday August attention earlier this week, through a list of grievances pro' 1968atapproxtmttlyz:00am Three Jacksonville educators ware cited for distinguish service and dedication during c. etc."
19, to and Including Sunday, tested matters which affect the Negro populace of the- city. ., la the City of Jacksonville, 1961 summer commencement exercises at Betbune-Cookroan College recently. The plaques If there It no answer to Us
September 1, In tilt Church of The Mayor was asked to"con Daval County Florlda'a were presented by President Richard V. Moor to Gortrudt Leona Styles! Qeft), Tbelma requests, tayt Attorney Davies
the Advocate, Isth end Diamond cam himself" with the 111, some action should be taken. Claude Street at CII' near Us McKelvta Argrett (center), and James Henry ArgreU right, who retired from the school be will suggest a "Police Auxiliary -
I Streets, right In the heart d with the hope that some progress ta tile matter of shim clearance Intersection with McCoy Boulevard system effective Juno 1, 136*. Dr. Mow Mid the three retiree* have recruited hundreds Unit" for the City. This
the black community d the City can b* ,made U those Lee and others pointed ,, carelessly and negligently., OC Jacksonville students to Bethune-Cookmaa: College. Mann Groan Photo salt will serve to protect
of Brotherly Lore area*. to the great need Immediate discharged t pistol at or Dear*5 .... ... f', u families of those. 'who have- ten
Mayor' Tanal;raffQrtUng.ti.; ;" J e ota tp: : lhrt < \ .' ... mistreated. : ..
; "M+ev"n."aicodlalrtlw\ .qr'a : sgtaMq ,of ; ..
Continuation Committee for Information* ", made comment' ;t" ovecondttions ,,/)ate \5 ft:, M,causUv afalel t .. .. .' ;, .<0",Violence i InFloridaJacksonville I 1 ; (J J.&rDt"D.tettItUW :a
4, .1.. U the
orbited tD boadJ'set
dt1.'IDd
.. this third national confab Is Dr. However be did:.nears tilt from told pistol to enter.Into r
Nathan Wright&: fluid that group<< beaded by Leo-rood Lee, especially with the ushering la the bead of said minor, and .1 Lec.l Off .s city. He said the more vocal "
local 'thai betake of CoaIoU atJoa. "I Negroes .nave been subjected
Philadelphia wit chosen a* thehost pr.sI IDt., would thereby resulting II his death.
city because of the warmth each complaint under con Lee and his committee urged At an IquedJutuce. of the' Next? to high beads particularly
( Immediate and Are members of the Junta of Mill-
eroded by those authority wbo deration. complete compliance Peace Cordon PoppeU ruled Ittpertiit
contacted before plant Twenty grievance were aired. with the Miami Cen the shooting accidental. tant Orcanlullona JOMO '
were
ter's recommendations for desegregation The Blpck Men more commonly By ERIC O.SDoIPSOH'WbeD This setup suctested by I
were completed. Particularly First was the matter of the This balf-m1Won dollar suit, new
warm wu taro wtfcorae received failure of the city to have a la Duval County. to come up In the Circuit Court. known U tile Negro, an this writer started this series Jealing with "iacUl the attorney will Carr)' i
from Philadelphia's Negro or more than one Negro Other subjects touched upon Fourth Judicial Circuit,. Duval Important Integer for either Unrest In Florida", the Ink hardly dried before violence: broke cameras, tape recorders and
Black ClergyDr. along with white at fir Included racial cooperation, County was filed against the party this year, seems to be out in Miami on the night of August 1. And after the second two-way radio Businesses and I
.. Wright offered this Inter stations. The Duval Patrol wit violence u it relates to Jacksonville City of Jacksonville on July 10, causing s o III' consternation Installment was written another of the predicted outbursts private title would defray the '
matlon at a special press con pointed to as lading NegroesIn and slum clearance. according to the requirements. within tile ranks of the Democratic came about U St Petersburg last Saturday 1t..1JId anyone costs of purchase.The .
fereoce recently the setup. These grievances were left Mr. and Mr*. Jones hit tdd Party tilt pIJ'tJ whIda who ls sensitive/ to what's U the airs conglomeration of NAACP leader made re*
Among leaders hosting the TU NAACP pointed to the with Mayor Tander: with his that because of his. death', has need various tactics In* poverty, frustration, discontent and bitterness-will telryoa that licence to a particular case.
Conference will be Andrew existence of discrimination final assurance that they wouldbe "Plaintiffs suffer great pain there will be more outbursts Florida. Mr*. Willie Ann Edwards of
Freeman eiecetlvedlrector within areas of employment In referred to those concerned. and anguish and will ,continue The question 1s: where will U be next? Ft Lauderdale, Tampa, lath Avenue shored from
of tbe Philadelphia> Urban Lea Jacksonville and urged that permanently to suffer,have St. Augustine, Jacksonville or PentacolaT a beating administered here by
gue.The. incurred funeral expenses,in Jacksonville has been called a"powder-keg". And rightly so. local police. according to her
actual theme baa bee 53 HideBy CotilttiffeeeINR connection with the burial of Because there Is a great deal of dlasstlstactlon; a lot of testimony .r.. Edwards win
; stated as: "Black Self-Deter Negroes said minor, and WW be per grievances and frustrations that are piling up not only In the file a damage cult and report
the Incident to the FBI.
I minatlon and Black Dally manently deprived of the earn breasts of black youths but also black men and women.
Through Direct Action." Dewcms For NitioMl Cemfib lags of said minor." During the put seven da'll have received two complaints Lynn Andrew, City Manager,
An earlier Black Power Conference The bereaved parents, contend from the parents of black children that their youngsters were disclaimed knowledge of bru
Adam In the suit that Raker at Cohen'Store and the .
held and humiliation May
was by subjected to Insults Attorney
WASHINGTON D.C. To date U Negro delegate have been Davies said tie dlsturbance -.,
"did Intentionally shoot with a
Clayton Powell In Septemberof Pie *.n Save Store In the Lem Turner area.
1966 in Washington. Another assigned trvarqueornmitleetofthaDemnocatIC< \ Convention pistol Arthur Jones, Jr.:, uld One youth who was given $40.00 to do his tack-to-school "have just started
according to reports from the chairmen of delegations from .. and to spread.
they are going
convened the Contlnu mlno- chased out of May Cohen's by a security
waa by shopping> said be was
Z4 states, the District of Columbia, tile Virgin Island and the Negroes, be said mustbe put
for
Mrs ones was guardian! another
alions Committee In Newark. Canal Zone guard after be had made one purchase and was examining
New Jersey, from July to toM the young boy and, through the .Item. Into policy-making positions.
On the key Credentials Committee Colorado;: Mrs Arle Taylor, complaint said that, "prior to The mother of another youth said an employee at Pic *.n Save
Dr. Wright emphasised that headed by Governor' Committee on Credentials; his death be was greatly loved accused her son of not having paid for the shoes be was wearing Citizens Uiit I
Richard Hughes d New Jersey. Connecticut: Bore W. Barlow, his parents. and was healthy
the meeting will attempt to do by and humiliated the entire family. .
three things. Most Important 11 Negro delegates have been Jr., Committee on Credentials; energetic and Intelligent assisting And in still another case, a black man who can furnish more On EdecetioltMeets
is the matter of unifying all assigned thus far. The Credentials Delaware: Mrs. Rattle Pbehn. plaintiffs the rescind Ui. RALPH D. Aix RNATUY than 100 witnesses who would ba, seen
Committee Resolutions and scheduled before
black brothers and sisters at Commltee began hearings on maintenance oftnefamUy all levels particularly in the on the contesting delegations Platform Commute on' Rules household by working and COIItrlbutlne chiding expressions of more John Santora on a charge of drunk and disturbing the peace. The Citizens Committee for !
thettoes. Next is the problem Chicago on Monday, August 19. and Order of Business; his earnings to theCONTINUED than interest In civil rights to The foregong Incidents might seem like very minor ones. But Better Educate in Duval

of programming a series of The total number of black North Carolina: Dr. Lewis C. ON PAGE 14 appease or console. a black youth with $40.00 to spend which his mother slaved for County School and the Education ,
Committee Perma A Florida carried the
Journal
methods and strategy for black delegates to'the Democratic Dowdy on (and was slaving at the very moment, which Is the reason she Committee 01 the Jacksonville t
people to use la their com Convention is 313, with 177 Dent Honorary Organization Assistant; Bishop Secretary Dale, Deed Striker's news leading Wednesday HUH in the that Gallup Nixon Sur was could not accompany him) could become furiously indignant. Branch of the NAACP !
munlties The third consider listed as delegates and 136 Words art passed and the white guard U usual, exerts his will a Mas Meeting
of the Convention "As Issue DivideDemos"Further sponsor
Allen will be that of mobilising as alternates. From the 11 ; Cist Referred way "Rue authority which be believes gives him the right to manhandlethe Sunday at the First Baptist I
Ohio: C.J. MeUn, Jr.. Com- the caption is ,
states of the Old South there
black people to resist the youtn..a scuffle ensues and before anyone knows U a chain Church of Oakland. ;
mlttee on Permanent Organization War Issues Divide Demo.Many .
present and Increasing are 48 delegates and 67 alternates reaction Is set od.other youth In the area knowing of the The Meeting wW begin prom
have been advanced
genocidal tendencies of American with Texas leading listIng ; For levy Trill reasons treatment they have suffered start throwing rocks and bottles... idly at 4:00 p.m., accordingto 1
11 alter. Panama Canal Zone: Mrs. for this Increasing confusion
2 Sitty six delepteuDd and fire-bombs then shots and have full- '
a
: finally pistol
you Wendell P. Holmes Jr..
Elizabeth Andrews Roles J always with the Negro
sates and Louisiana following Willie Joe Kay, 21, has entered scale riot.
Promoted Committee a dominant factor. Many are who Is the chairman of both
with nine delegates and four. a plea of Innocent to Its U U that.Liwniker.
easy
committee
alternates. Pennsylvania: Andrew M. charges he murdered Thomas aid to be discontent with the sponsoring
Louis Martin Democratic Nail Bradley Committee. on Rules Felix, 41, on August 7, but Justice welfare handouts given Ne The main purpose of tike meet
Sees Merijer will be to bring the Negro
tlonal Committee Deputy Chairman and Order of Business of. the Peace Cordon H. groes. Whites all over America log
pointed,out that although Rhode Island, William' Mat PoppeU ordered the case bound are afraid of Negro invasions of community up-to-date on the
Negro representation la 19CI ,thews Serceant t.at-arms; over to the grand Jury. their residential areas. Need. Before' School recent report made by the
School
.
Florida Desegregation
Is almost three times greater Tennessee: Robert Llllard Sixteen witnesses testified, at For another reason, perhaps
than in 1964, U any, of the .Committee on .Permanent Organization a' preliminary hearing into the 'more startling is the strength That the two girls' parental ber, and transfer would! necessitate Center to the Dun County
: with which many civil rights homes one Negro the other another for Board of Public Instruction.
contesting delegations are seated ; case, wblch.allegedly was related adjustment
at the Convention the total Texas: M.J. Anderson, Committee to a strike by union workers are banding together ,white, should be merged Into the C children Involved less than The main speaker on the pro
umber of black delegates maybe .'on Permanent Organ!* Janitorial workers against proposing even an "Election one home, has been expressed one month after the term gram for the Maxi Meeting
&atb.Vir In a request by Councllwoman will be Wendell P, Holiness,
I substantially Increased. Royal Services, Inc. Kay wasa Boycott. One is Dr. Ralph begins.
Following I* the list of Negro ;la MosesRtddick. supervisor for tilt company David Abernathy unforgettable Mary U Singleton and directed'to Commission Chairman Bob Jr.
I delegates with Convention Com*. Committee to Notify. Candidate. and Felix was. identified U a figure of current history. the Board of Commissioners Harris with, unanimous sup Holmes said that the report
from the center Include a cur*
mtttee tsslgnmenauoAugust! for Presidency striker. Harry Belafonte, personal of Jacksonville.The port, felt that Immediate action
*..: Virgin Islands:Honorable John ,.Uz', death was attributedto friend of the late Dr. Martin lawmaker asks that the should be taken. With agreement vey of student and faculty de'
Alabama: Arthur D. SborelJ 1. Maduro Committee on Rule* abdominal wounds from; a Lather King Jr.. Julian Bond. change be made Immediately, from the Mayor, Harris segregation; a review of cur
i Committee Credentials; Joe and Order of Business. Secretary U gauge shotgun. Mrs. Edith Georgia legislator Mayor not by October I, u has been said there should be no waste rlculum, transportation, pupil .s.
L. Reed. Committee to Notify of Convention; Honorable Murphy said she was wa.Mng Richard Hatcher of Gary Floyd indicatedCounetlvomifStogieC of time.Several. assignment, s clio o I plant,
Candidate for Vice Resided Ruby M. Rouse, Committee on' down the street with Felix a? McKlssick of COKE Sidney other leaser programs they !
Lagos The Board of Directors Honorary Rules and Order of Business- the corner of Broad and felon Poltier, actor MahaUa Jackson too wrote, and the letter was months ago Councilwoman ,.1It.1o desegregation !
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of the Kwara,Tobacco Arlsona: Mrs. Isora Hitt. Committee Assistant Secretary; Honorable: Streets. when a company track and Hosea Williams -all are referred by Mayor Tanner to Singleton, who bad been cess, major policies adopted on
Company, Ltd., Dacia .Nigera, to Notify Candidate for Eulalie Rivera, Delegates on' occupied by, Kay and two other refuging to give support without. the Commission, "I respectfully }- requested to make a tariff desegregation, a separate chapter I
have elected Thomas B. Shrop Committee the Negro unit, reported rathe/ the Matthew W. Gilbert
President; for Permanent Organization persons drove up. 4uest1onf. c. request that the Board of on
shire Chairman of the Board California: Honorable Yvonne ; Patrick Williams, She said an unidentified group Dr.JUttmatby said that Negroes County : discouraging situations and at building program and reeom
of Directors, and Managing DIrector W. Bratbwaite,.Committee on Committee Notify Candidate of men began hitting the truck nay lean to a"blackout" the feasibility of implementing that time felt that merging and Emendations from tae consulting
I of the'toIDpIJI. Mr. Resolutions and Platform; for President: Honorable Anniede with an Iron pipe and rocking It, Insofar as Humphrey is conCONTINUED the transfer prior to October 1, improving of the entire setup>> center as to bow some _of the,
Shropshire U headquartered at Willie Brown, Jr., Committee Chabert, Assistant Vice and that the shot.were fired Inasmuch u the school term would be ultimately quite in or needs described in the survey.
the company's office la Ugos .M Credentials; Preaidknt of the Convention. .from the t< nek. .' ON PAGE 14 begins the first week InSeptem- der. can best be met,




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H i PICE 2 STAR PAPERS. .I SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 11&1I



Bethung-jCookman Grads Received Worldly Warning from Methodist Leader I I




Three JMOHS Receive Graduates at Summer Session World News Dig .'ii

Honors For CoHtrikvtioMsrr
By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL

The 1968 Summer graduating class at Bethone-Cookman College
was warned to prepare to enter a world of change. Commencement -

speaker Dr. Daniel W. Wynn, associate director, Depart OUT IN FRONT
ment of Educational Institutions, division of Higher Education t\
the Board of Education, and the Methodist Church said, "be able LtsAJCA-NPI-Zambla> has become the first nation in the
to master change rather than have It mister you, don't accept iM : \ world to adapt the computerized method 01 checking OIIIIAUmal
I change as an enemy because throughout the history of the nation '' ,I f" ,: ::"' vote reIatraUont. The system, k new one and derised.II! am.1f1
change has served to better society, and U we approach these- I :' .1- ;; .f'i'IJ, for use to local registrations, makes use of a cc.: iputer through
critical times with a Christian philosophy of life we will findIt ;, > .'j'' \ij'i i i! It'L; wblcb recf.ltraUOD iirds are passed to weed out recording mistakes -
easier to conquer" ii :;; : and to guard against double registrations
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'Thirty -CookmNn College majoring in sociology are:Jacqueline 7}' \ ,,1,t: '., I4 I/!:.; .
students: led by Cum Laude Bell, Jacksonville; ," "k li." ,' I t ; SE.1IOU3 INTENT
graduates, Rodney Purcell Charles Britt, St. Petersburg; : It/
Savoy, DI, of Washington D,C. Audrey Coakley, Miami, Unian HIUII. t.i!t. ENTEBBG;: Dganda--ta what is being regarded as the
with a 3,24 average, and Lade James, Daytona Beach, Patricia ;: : j J first serious effort. tilt African countries bordering male the Nile tithe are
use
White of Tampa with a 3.16 Dean, McIntosh, Josephine Mo- andertalr.1llr saneltodetermbneth.bestwayto
It 1\ 10.1 \ an4 JOO
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Nile
The mighty more ,
average, received the Bachelor sau,. Africa, Ronald Person \ Y."g S fabled rlYer' potential
of Arts and Bachelor Science New York, Evelyn Richardson, '. long-torn the Mediterranean sea to the origin of the White Kite,
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t t" l'' lAb Victoria and the Blue NDea Ethiopia's like
.Degrees. Savoy, a Cooledge Daytona Beach, Patricia Smith, at Upnda" ,
High Schoolgradutlewunamed Okeechobee, Martha Thomas, '" Taima--as lone been looked upon as a veritable treasure troveto

class president earlier In the Brewton, Ala, Ira Worthy, Bell ". .... furnish an the electric power the area needs.

'semester. Glade; William Brown, social .. :. \ : t :. 1' : .
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rfhrce Jacksonville citizens sclnece, Daytona Beach,Robert I ... 4..:' ... : .,:,# ....... FinSTBALK:
,Deceived citations for outstand Johnson, biology, Ocala,Walter
I : SALISBURY)-enlor High Court Judge John Denrty Young:
log contributions in the area Randall, biology, Jacksonville; \ ;
of education and human relatloos Walter Hartfleld chemistry, -; .. ....... became the first to baIt at the insistence 01 the Rhodesian government -
... "' oath of to Britain's Queen Ellta-
President Richard V, Ocala; Walter Campbell, # o! that he break his loyalty
Moore presented the plaquesto mathematics, Quincy; Leo beth H and swear to uphold the constitution promulgate by the,
James henry; Argrett, Thel- Feldef business administration ; white-ruled government of Ian Smith when It seized independence
Daytona Beach Patricia t on November 11, 1965 Rather than break Ms call,
ma McKelvln Argrett and Gertrude ,, ; \
Leona Styles Hughley, business education, : -' t ,, \11.\1\1, \ \ Judge Young resigned from the Rhodesian bench Five diets,
The alumni oath was delivered Columbus, Gawp; Elisabeth Key, however have agreed to back the constitution, while threeundecided. are,

by Dr. Johnny L, Jones of business ed Ration, Jacksonville .
Miami, president of the Natlonil ? Constant Villa, elementary ;i'!.' C ,
Alumni Association. Bethunt education, Jacksonville; VICTIM OF WAR
Cooknun Collect graduates Loevadi Williams, elementary
include. Stephanie Sate,' education, Plymouth; Thomas -,- ._- KAMPALA, Uganda-(NPr>-The papuluseven-year-oldTran:

majoring' In Spanish from Hines, phlslcal education, ,. '. ... silicon magazine, brainchild ofRajal Neoa,n-'Ir-old Ugandan,
Bridgeport. Com; Barbara Jacksonville; Isaac Jones, Jr., .n. 'C. ::7'/ has found: itself the victim of the Blafra-Nlgerlan conflict. The

P,tersw, tnCUsWest Hollywood physical education, McIntyre, latest Issue of the 1i-000-clrcuition,64-page mvgaelnetoaheen
; George Bryan music, Ga., and William Len., Spur. banned from Nigeria because it contains three articles on the
Daytona Beach; Johnny Oliver Photo by Martin Gross Jidie's Son country's civil war.

music I Albany, C*.; students *** *** Boosters
Is Promoted LIVE MAGINOT LINEJOHANNESBURGNPISauh
Africa has mobilised its white
n.f'AreYAMS7QA, +c !1:4Jr.erJr to Captaincy manpower to form a veritable Magloot line around its borders
to hold back the threat of black invaders from north of the

IKNOvVYOURRKHTSlBASIC CHICAGO (NPQ Sidney Limpopo river The human line will baled by cammondo units,
A. Jones, IL -year-old son which the country describes aa being "tough and mo 1t."

I GENUINE AUTHENTIC.CASYRCFtRCNCtrrYOUR' Jones of Judge, Jr.,and of this Mrs city Sidney,has been A. y TOLL CHARGES UPLISAKANPIEffective

$.i promoted to the rank of captain
Q in the UJB. Marine Corps. August 1, t the Zam lan Ministry of
i.} R141ITS ASSOCIATES' INC. The officer was graduated Transport Power arid Communication, Increased the cost of
!to:/ BOX 'r j from Hyde Park High School, operator-controlled trunk calls to Rhodesia by IS per cent.
RO 4Ttf4
s and received his B.1, degree The hike !in charges corresponds to an earlier price hike
VALLEY' FORCiE PCNNA from the University Illinois adopted by Rhodesia for calls coming into Zambia.
"" .,,Joou' .. .s1eKt.ett's.+rlhttR.lvyi/car t! in February 1966, at which
time be was commissioned a r'A JUST LIKE A WOMAN
second lieutenant In the VS. ,
NEW ADULT CLASSES Marine Conn NEW DEUlMbPiMt took Mrs. Indira Gandhi two and a h'U
years to find suitable private quarters to house herself and her
c staff, and aU the while there was the 10-acra stile her father
Slirtiif SIt 3 1KI woo: PM DOES AIR POLLUTION
has lived 011 for 1C years until his death. When she was minister

ENROLL NOWI IRRITATE YOUR SKIN? cl information in the Lai Bahadur Shastrl cabinet, she had I

"It. |tM. e/ .M a./. MI'- MM seven-room bungalow, but it became too small for br when, she
\ lispitil Mi tins c_NI..U..,.e/MN.IW IoM Irwt U.1.ltll WAN N.M 1.. was III mod pt Imo minister.
I.I.N. .M .lwNIM ..IrtMMtM1
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1N*>*M* .t (W*
(.KM.. I'M **t VtHilf.' 'u.rltNl'I '
Kitiirfirtii nickir's Hit 'uili. mllii. mien: cm :1.3 RIO 'DS JANEmG.NM: }=School dropout in BruU have it
*IhcWI> etlNII>l'...|lll *tl(C IMMMMMMW MINT.I tM_'-, The above picture shows three boosters for Nixon for President. On the left is Charles Hhyne, made, for they can return to school,without leaving their homes
Group and Individual Instruction ........... M IM.'It' WIN. /I.It1r ._, National Chairman of the United Citltens for Nixon and former President of the American to complete their education A commercial station dilly broad-
1 1 1NN M.MIM NIMN t.Ha
w/1eco' ".",to.t N. 1..1,111' Bar Association In the centerIs William S. Thompson member of the District of Columbia cuts! a regular series of programs under a "University of
NM.W W IM..NIWs ,I..d tNwt. City Council, and former President of tilt National Dar Association. On
the U
"' ." w'W C "aNIN dud.CI. right E. Popular Culture" title, which enables students to learn history
Guitlir- Piano-Voice Trumpet-Drums .:'Il.r& .:/ /NMl.4,1N,. Fttderkk Morrow, vlct-president of tilt Bank of America,and former White House assistant nuth science, geography Portueese, free.
e. 1w 1MNN I.s4 .
.saxophone-Flute-Oboe Trombone-Viola (.NIIM11. irl.C: II.t11.1. ,I. NI to President Dwight E. El.nllbowerJ.boaort..t.a reception given by,the United Cltitens for
.French Horn-Theory 'String Bass-Tuba .IHMIrNI.IKIMN1. OMIMHMKIMI ,M IMM. 1.W.ur to.... Nlxop in Washington at the Capitol Kill Club. Photo City News Bureau Inc., Washington DROPS AGAIN
I*.d. H>*|. WtvMut nv .Ilk. :
Violin-Cello Ml C/l.rl HI 11 IKIN. twctlll .LIAC'I Julian Bond Cracks 10 New Rock ARC! Roll Stars SANTIAGO-NPI-What must be some sort of record la On-
anclal circles was disclosed test week won the Chilean central
err HCAIXTOTOCntOTCCTION bank announced the Uth currency devaluation of the year. The
Bolden's Down On Victories Will Compete On twice-mtLhly devaluations in
College NI.HM MrllM IMM)rN.N// September. 3 are designed part to keep pacewith
MIN. lUCCtUIMf N kitrk iiwi TA..PA-R.pr..talln inflation
otai* It IC.It.Nr1 INN ClIM *U'. Rock V roll music might not have pasted? its peak. But there
1U5 W. 20th Street egistrar 356-6465 :NI.,4wN1NN.M: : : l-..I..IIw Julian Bond, Georgia, told
I unmistakable
mwWKCI.." lea.U"N W. MIMII guests at the Freedom Dinnerof art hints abroad la the land that today's aspiring NOTHING OF VALUEBIANTYRE,14awlNPIThe
*:i. L. Johnson, Acting Piesldont M.11I 54.1 a Cad N'.eN the NAACP here recently young singers and musicians may be setting out oa new musical

thai-. .H..........-... .s-.. -.... _...._....,...._ naths. Boy Scouts, Girl Guides and
equality in America and that Slake, for example, the resultsof DIll underscore that premise. similar' organUatlona "have nothing of value to teach Africans,
they art really, "fighting for "Showcase '61 II NBC-TV'i Then art several rock groups or contribute to the country's development," declared a statement
someone else's freedom talent search series that spot among those who will competeon Issued by the ruling Congress party of President H.
thousands of miles an,." lighted new young performers the September 9 finale the Kamuzu Banda test week. The party, disclosing that it will not
D18 1S CfUfltttU"e. The colon said "Violence la this summer.All acts appearing Chambers Brothers, the lang- recognize "these movements,' characterized them as "foreign
[ ( :::, the official policy of settling were professionals, but had, don Street Irregulars Sly and organizations brought: here by colonialism."

.. l' kv> 135 Brood Sr. 553-5791 disputes with other nations,and never before been given nation the Family Stones But the
this violence has spread into wide TV exposure. panels of disc Jockles andcele- ON STAGF. NEXTMBABAttNPIThe
the ghettos and police stations" At least three of the nine preUninary brutes who selected the individual next new name to Join the Interns
25th ANNIVERSARY SALE! U racism is not halted, con- winners, who will show winners found other tunas dub of independent nations will be that of Swaziland the
eluded Bond, "The American compete for the grand prize of types of performers equally enclave within the Republic of South Africa ruled bJlCIDc
dream will explode and Watts S1Q.BOO OB IB knar.lnnv.- ., to their llklnc.On Sobhuza D. Swaziland is scheduled to make the Independencescene
and Newark will be like firecrackers "Showcase" special Tuesday the premier show, for example on Sept. 6 but unlike.its fellow southcra African lands-
compared to the night September a (I-t p...,, two acts tied for tilt Botswana (Bechuanaland) and Lesotho (Basutobnd), it plans to
hydrogen bomb unless existing ET), do not fit comfortably. top spot and the right compete keep its iwir.it.
U at aU, Into the rn'r ,
social structures niche on the
and attitudes concluding special ....
SPEFD; QUEEHWRWGF.R Trend-spotter ** *
toward black Amerlcaas Lloyd Tact oq George Me Ktlvty a bright
chance" acknowledged expert on young; young comedian and tilt Craig
FAMU Medium
/ Income
WASHER Humorously, referring to the musicians and their new sound Hundley Trio. The latter comprises Speaker
::: inscription on the Statue of was host of the aeries. lit says three teenage boys who
2S.0 Liberty, Representative that tilt switch away from the evoke a For Unit
Bond starting new jars Negro
twin tubs and Tide ( blaring rock of the
[ said, "Give us your poor masses past few sound from their piano, string
'yearning to be years is discernible among bus and drums.
._ .,: free. Baby,
110-1" ..I"'t. l'lllllY! U,.. WI.I.\ _- .._ here we are!. those who listen to the music, Similarly, 011 tII.two promma Rise to $4,900
.. .1. ,.,. as well u those who play and taped at New York's Waldorf-
..'ft I. fl iIIy .1 'w.( IIrl4twe ., ** ** aIDe U. Astoria !\Sm, T as-NPI>-T h t
..hilrnf. "'..mpl. ..lI.li nHlmh, ......,...., ..,, "We've originated the alas scored non-rock singers median income for the nation'sblack
., :. 11 f>.il.Ir 11 r+ n'i nlit". shows this summer at sere folk-rock over several competing 1 f. families has risen tolf,900
Seek traps
Sponsors different locations-from col- Winner on tilt first was little $ a year according to
left campuses to San Antonio's Julie. Budd., a U-year-old tilt Council of Economic

51J/Mlan 11r1rv.t1, For Ttforistai. HemlsFafr to tilt Grand Ballroom Brooklyatte who sings ballads Advisors
: of New York's Waldorf- with the fiair- nd volume. alas overall median family Income
1 S9 ror, wet l Astoria,** Thaxton said."w.", of a Judy Garland or Barbra is scaled at ",000 a
had as many as 10,000 in a Streisand. The other New York rear
Pix On NegroesNEW single audience. And the one winner was Andrea alarcovkl" In tile South the median Income -
Ling I've noticed about the who sings dreamy folk music of for black people is only
YOOK-(NH-Wanted. .crowds Is their completeTonctatratlon her own composition in a soft M per cent of that for whites,
\ Someone to sponsor one or two = -almost u almost whlspery voice. but tile percentage Is 13 percent
or even three one-hour television though they were being absorbed The boer:dong finale will be La northern areas.
LD. specials on the black man by the sound and the lyrics. sponsored by Brlctol-alyers Of the 25.9 nillloa poor people
in American history. "Sure, .they still beat their which sponsored the full DR.HUCHM.GL06TERDr. in tilt country last year one
Seeking the sponsor are two feet and clap their hands if afolkrock summer scries. It will be taped third wert non-white. This
officials of the t ncer-Filzer- group Is performing gives black people three times
today, August 22 at the Ohio Hugh If. ClO&ter. President
aid-Sample advertising agency: ," he continued."But there's Stale Fair at Columbus where of Warehouse College.WO their share of poverty as they
Frank Arundtll VicePresident M more of that orgiastic, a special panel of Judges, be the commencement speaker saakt np about 11 perteddtheSauesS00o00tpmtlles
and Henry E.Daubs,painter screaming tainting you used at FAMU
including some top NBC television on Friday, August 23,
and writer. Both are art to see with the Beatles and Elvis stars will select the in Lee Hall Auditorium, at 6p.m. moved
directors and producers. Presley. These kids today- winner of that $10,000 bonus. ., in Tallahassee Florida. out of tilt poverty category la
Arundcll and Daubs (who is and I'm talking&boutthecoUeceIr.1ds prise Dr. Gloster 1$ an .author, a 196'1. it wu reported. This
black) have already producedan as well u tile younger Viewers west know now far former Falbrlght Professor at leaves 5.3 million families In*
A "Afro-American Fact- ones-they want to hear the this new trend In contemporary Hiroshima University Japan tile hole, oat of tilt national
1fI $ Pack," an audio-visual kit telling m slc. They don't. want to musk has progressed, bender of the College Language total of f'.' salllioa families.sidnJo

M n uraiture:::, the story of black history. scream with It." though, until they tune la to ,Association, and 1s a member b citing these ePa
intended for classroom use, If Thaxton's analysis of the the special and discover which of other groups such.the United w n 1*
135 Broad St. 353-5791 the kit Includes quldebooks,recording "Showcase" a.dleac..IDd1. act the Judges selected as the NceroColl FlIDd.auutb"r tile past two years, more Negroes

-, flashcards, filmstrips cates a new trend a rundownof pest to the lamt Association of Protestant Colleges and other nonwhites rose
and slides. tnt series' preliminary win and Universities. above poverty than in a 0 the
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Pilgrim Charity Savings Club Celebrates TWenty-Second Anniversary



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I -The Pilgrim Charity Strings Club observed 1U twenty-second vita the Imperial Union Communion Club as Gvest Organisedla pew, and many joined. Upon her death Mrs toes McClala was CUM President. This ch* fives all of to fire/e cIiIrIJ, I
anniversary Monday, August 19, at the St Joseph Baptist Church, IMS at .the home of the late Mrs. Mary Jackson, t the club elected and served until her death. Mrs. Bessie Mae Allen beth -. donating to the Community Chest, the Cancer Auoetstla,,
Tuberculosis Society and to IIUIIItr.NI. other organlntioM.

Pilgrim Charity. Clib Was Wedding .Hawkins.Williams Nuptials Photo By A. PAUL CRAWFORD.Uw .


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I One of the oldest clubs In Jacksonville, The Pilgrim Charity Bel's' KecommtncL lo I Horn -

Savings Club, celebrated Monday night at the St. Joseph Baptist r '
Church, with the Imperial Union Comnunity Club as guest p + xa w3ew/ ChiliBach

the twenty-second e.rsU'JAor It* founding. Ernest Anderson,' SIS Jefferson your

The program was Milt around St., 41 and Marjorie Cur-
Mmes: Victoria Johnson, Pre-
the motto To be kind and
: loving
SIS Jefferson St. IS.
siden Emeritus; Bessie Mae lain, to cnool
true-do Unto others as yon l/teee
would have them do unto Allen, President; Mr. James
you. Rook Jr. 1641 W. r
Alamo ,
and' Bandage, V 1 c e-Presldent;
De.coniobert\ Green
SSnd St. SI and Sharon Barrlette -
Mmes tulle Mae Merritt,Financial ,
Robert Blackshear opened the Lucas bin Court G
Secretary Bessie Williams ,
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Impressive service with worship BUSTER
Blodgett Homes, ...
Recording Secretary;
Mrs. Rosa Lee Campbell
Minnie L. Perry, Treasurer; ,
presented the Mistress of Ceremenels BROWN
JamesGlbbsUIMIW.
Mrs. Eartha Green Edith Brown, Corresponding: Leroy FRECSCttNOEKtt
Secretary; Maude Galloway, .Ma St.ltand Claudette Dtlores
Mrs Ernestine: Hoi tendorf gave
with
Bea- 1711 W. 15th St., 19. the
Sinking Fund Treasurer Austin
the welcome address, with the 4 f ;
response coming from Mrs trice Thomas, Reporter.And r urcMeee seen
Jr.. '
Edward Burden
Edith Jackson.Mil. Senior Members: Mmes. James
Deroetra Merritt gave a Beulah Alston,WUile Clements, Jin Marigold Rd., SI a n d j;+l Shots.

reading Mrs. Claudia E. Lucille CollinsOphelia Foster, Gloria Drag Palmer, TenolUe,

Daniels sang, as did Miss Myra Ernestine Holiendorf, Dolly M. Ga., II.C'oeortt.
Hill Mrs. Mildred Griffin gave Marlon, Lola Mobley, Marjorie f
Moore, Attlmease Reed Agnes UVcllc Dennis, 1S11
a reading Mrs. Gladys F.Warren -
Thomas, Viola Thomas, Virginia W. Utli St. 19 and Tanlta Ann
sang Douglas Callowayand uta 30111 St. .... j jf
Mrs Mercedes Williams supervised Wormickj; Mrs. David Colllic, W. 'Hi
the ottering. Mrs. Willie James, Mr Malachl Mitchell;
Mmes Marlon James Jeanna William Ransomo, 1411 W.
Club
Griffin the Count.
gave Edwards and Louvenla Wii- Slrd St., SI and Brenda loyceS'oI'lllIA'1
Presentations were made by faG Stuart St., SO.
llama ,
Mrs Estella Freeman. Mrs.
Beulah Alston made And, Junior Members: Safaris
Chairman
Jesse James Bryant, 91S
remarks President Allen of the Beasts Belynlda Jackson,
Burneladet Merritt, Joyce Ann Stonewall St., 19 and Tommie
club spoke also. Rev H. Edwards -
Alston Michelle Denise Lied, Louise Outing ZJ24 Fairfax
Is pastor cube church. Miss Carla LaDene Williams abort, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
21.Charlie.
Hostesses- were Mrs Mattle B r y a s t, Yvette C Cheryl I S4, ladle R. Williams and of Mr. Charles E. Williams of New
Hall, Mrs. Alice Talbot Mrs. Cynethla McClendon. bride of Mr. Max Hawkins of Mr.
Johnson Jr. Klnston, Orleans, became the son
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Renee McClendon Fru- 1Mrrn
Motetle Jones and Mrs. MinnieCooper Hawkins Beach Fla. July 14 at 3113 to 31113
ler and Chris Myers. ItC.! S6 and Betty Carolyn and Mrs. Judge Daytona on ,
Burrlse. 1114 MoncrUf-Dlns- the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. David Morris.! Sire

Officers and members are ** more Rd., 20. Carla LaDene William And, Daytonon Wed : [iBm mtro) AaedMgt.. '

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,Pledges Troth v&obtrt Davis/IIU W. Sth St*' t IBM Carte LaDeoe WilllM*''* .\ carried canailoM nd'stephanotls .fiID fi@m ,

SS and Ruby Pear line Spencer. daughter of Mrs. Lucille R., with an orchid on

1115 W. tad SI, SI. Williams and of Mr. CharlesE. a Bible. A bnuuww yminr rbM with a )wary Hr n and anauv rwllf. Neat footwear

Williams of New Orleans, Miss Pamela Faith Hartsfleld Ihal l wtwrs and wt> r*. |Hy ])u'lrr Brown
Leonard White, IMlMUlcreek married to Mr. Mil Mrs.Jamu
was maid honor
was
Rd SI and Latch Sold i In Jechoni i'//e// at .
Durham Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs Marlon of Daytona Beach. was llnktcr limn x Exclusively
37S6 N- Myrtle Are., SO. Judge Hawkins of Daytona best man.

Beach, on July Je, at 1 Ont-af-town guests were: Mr. e 2006 Son Mertellvrf.OJ73SUehn .
Earnest Paul Chambers, 4629Moncrlef at the home of her uncle and and Mrs. Bennie Reid Jersey a
Rd, S9 and Janet Mr. and Mrs. David Morris Waldo Whalley iHOR f'IrilipsMfweypktesTOnahs
aunt City, II.J.; Mrs Or.I.wrxelrrre ,
t',4 Louise Williams, usa W. tth with Rev James CarlSams, Atlanta; Mrs. Jestina McClen

St, tl. pastor of Second Baptist, 01- don and son. Savannah, Ga. Ave,

t Kenneth W. Reddick. 1979 W. ficiating. and Miss Cecilia Boston, Or- e Tewn and Cewntry
r f"beer 6th St., SS and UrUtta EvelynCalvin The bride wore a gown of lando. /rIB ttw/ ,
616 W, 17th St., SI.Artbell chantlUy lace over ta eta. Her Mr. and Mrs. Willlami will M. rtM.,, M/
veil was attached to a clusterof reside la Daytona. .
/ L. Blake, 1105 Kings lace petals, with seed pearls.
Rd. 41 and Altamiase D. A1beebe I
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list St., II and Earlene Clark, .J" ...

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Miss Rhogenla Ruby Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeubenBaldwin AI Dessert Inn : ; jK! .... .---.-.... ., .. -. .!. .. --" ... )'

became the bride of Private Elijah Watts, con of Mr. A fashion show "Fall
and Mrs Luther Claude Watts, at 7 p.m., August 3 in the sanc- Fashions", will be presentedby
tuary of the Mt Olive AMt Church, Jacksonville. Rev. Shebee the Vogue 60 Models Sunday

officiated night Ant SS, at 9 p.m. lathe
Tie bride was given In Miss Theresa Cum and Miss aWn ballroom of the Desert

marriage by, her father. Miss Geneva Burns. Mlcbele Cross Inn, Moncrlef and Utsey Road.Prrceds .
Baldwin, wore an Empire A-Une was flower girl will benefit a scholarship -
gown of Alencon lace,fashioned Mr. Albert Jennings Jr., was fund to be presented by the The 7-day week end:
with a fitted bodice, with a best man.Ushers were Messrs: models
Jewelled bateau neckline. The Sylvester Watts, brother of the Mrs. Evelyn Hughes, prominent
gown featured a lace panel terminating bridegroom, Charles Parker, matron and local schoolteacher
in a circular chapel Jr., Charles Dunbar, Walter will serve u narrator, '
train, accented with scalloped Henry and Ernest Thomas. along with John Hill of WOBS. Why wait until Saturday when you can start tonight? Because now you can call long distance any night of the week for the

lace ruffles and irrldescenU. Michael Cross was,rlngbearer. Attire will come from a local same low price you pay on Saturdays and Sundays. Not more than $1 for a 3-mtnute, station-to-stotion call anywhere in the

Her multi-tired veil was of After the wedding rehearsal downtown store. The public is country after 7 p.m.* So go.ahead and start your weekend right now.

silk illusion She 'carried a Friday night a bridal wedding Invited. MaKimum roles (or o 3.minute, station.lo.station.. toll, plus taw. anywhere in the U.S., except Alaska and Hawaii.
cascading arrangement of dinner, given by the parents' of John Spencer has Just returned "
roses carnations Ivy and the bride, was one of Use maeij from the "Big Show" in 'i A ,; '".
stephanotis, with an orchid social festivities. Their home, Philadelphia and from the International

Miss Barbara Patterson; Id on East Union Street was thebatkcroUnd Show of hair stylists ', .- Ii .
of honor, wore a formal full- for the nuptial la Atlanta. He will be seen along
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length gown of bowling green dinner. with the Vogue 60 Models at the ..;'. ; :i.ii. ,"':'1,_ I. ...u"t ." ,+'.... t. ...t1.1.\ ; ', ,;. .
crepe with an empire bodice A reception followed the Desert Inn. He will create hairstyles I
of Venice lace, rounded neckline wedding and was held at the and demonstrate the new t ..., :t ./ ...:\ i.

and elbow sleeves,a sheath borne of the parents. of the' protein reUzer before the audience. ? 1 '. ; t .: el.th.. -l : "
skirt with a back flowing panel bride. Spencer Is one ofPcrsnlaas ..., .f; .t. : .
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accented with Venice lace attached the former Miss Baldwin was International lair ... I '4' ',0' (" ..., 'of .I' : '
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at the p-rlliue: and with honored with cosmetic shower stylists. ; ; : : .' : "' ""; ...<. .. :
a matching headpiece She carried by Mrs. Jean Uptrot In her ,.: ::; .. .r'l': :; .

an arrangement of yellow home. Ladybirds Get ?, j,
carnations and rotes Out-of-town guests were Mr. t "; \ -- ,' ..
The matron of honor and the Charles Jones, uncle of the Set For BowlingThe :- .
bridesmaids: wore identical bride, Jamaica New York; : s {t T'' \ .'
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gowns of tile green crepe, with Mesdames Mildred Walker and Ladybirds will meet at the .p, ... '., t ,' ... i. '.{... .

matching headpieces. The Evelyn Fogle, cousins of the Sherwood Bowling Lane on August 'r. _!" ; :!'" .I i#.. t,, ," 1jSsuithernh i *
bridesmaids were Mrs Abso- bride, Jamaica; Miss Julie SS at 4 p.m. Important ; w "
lone Corbett, Miss Mary Baldwin Jamison, couslll.oI the bride, business will be discussed. AU .. :lt ( < ii' i.'j.t. :2 p :
Mrs. Johnnie bowlers Interested In f Joining ; F" .11, \ 'o4I ... .t. .M'
sister of the bride, Miss Philadelphia, and 1'W'.I. 'l :f i : ; ,
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I Revelation" Baptist Church Women Announce Annual Celebration For Sunday I




CHURCH NEWSCOLOSSIANS Day Spring Baptist Celebrates Prefrm Will hcMe



Speakers M ,Stafh

BAPTIST
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with the superintendent and Revelation Baptist Church will be the scene of its Women's Day
teachers In charge The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. annual celebration on August 15. This event features the appear

The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. The pastor, Rev R.J.. .c .. ? ti G d t} sues: of many leaders, citizens and musicians, as well as the
Crawford will speak. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will participation of local groups

serve. Prayer service is every Tuesday.at 7.30. Evangelist Helen Telfrlr will p.m., Mrs. Clotee Pridgei win

TABERNACLE BAPTIST. be acting pastor for the day. be the speaker and will be introduced

Sunday School at 9.30with: Mrs Hessle Solomon superintendent, In the morning worship, at 11 by Mrs. Jennie V.
IB charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Miss Joann Pool.-At a.m., Mrs. Minnie L. Golden Crockett of st. Stephen's AttE
11 a.m. the morning worship begins with Rev. W.E. Young win be the principal speaker Church. Mrs. Willie M. Arthur
speaking An youth choirs and Usher Board No. .4 will serve. and will be Introduced by Mrs. and Mrs. Vernon 8. Rivers
AH youth choirs will rehearse Wednesday afternoon at 5:30.: Mamie Coleman. Mrs. Annie win lead the devotlonals. Mrs.
The Teachers' meeting will be at 6:45, Prayer meeting will beat Edmondson of First Baptist win Alice Phillips will be mistress
7:30. be mistress ceremonies.The, of ceremonies. The TravelingStars
CHURCH OF CHRIST WRITTEN IN HEAVEN True Bind Church of God's win sing. They are Mrs.

Pastoral Day win September 1.Elder Thomas Brown, pastor, } / t tu Prayer Band win lead the de- Mary L. Cooper, Mrs. Mantle
will preach Sunday School begins at 10 '.m. with Mrs. E. votions. Usher Board No. 1 Grant, Mrs Retha M. Lang,
McClendon, superintendent, in charge. The adult class will be i of Jerusalem Baptist win take Mrs. Gussie P. Gray and Mrs
taught by Deacon L.C. Franklin. The YPCW will meet at 6:30: :: part. The : Gospel Ida Mannings. TIlt Brooklyn
furnish
under the leadership of Mrs. Locile Council, president. At 7.30 1 : Singers win musk. Carnation Social Savings Club
the evening worship begins. Altar prayer devotions will be led Other persons taking part will will serve as hostesses for
by Deacon L.C. Franklin. Holy Communion will be administered be: Mrs. Bertha Harris Mrs. the evening.
by the pastor and officers. On Monday night at 8 p.m. the Sewing ; / Nadine Fossett, Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Eddie M. Singleton and
Circle will meet In the dining room. Those interested should 'T Williams, and Mrs. Vivian Mrs. E. ron win supervise
bring sewing. Mrs. Minnie Lee Jordan is president. On Tuesdayat K Crumble. Mrs. Willie Mae Teports on finance. Miss Loretta -
Boon the Prayer Band will meet in the Upper Room. Mrs. Ann Davis of New Mt. Olive will Myles win make a pre'
West is president. On Tuesday night the Home Mission Prayer give the missionary prayer sentation. Chairman Ruby
Band will meet The pastor will review the lesson. The pastorIs Mrs. Betty G. danton will read Blake will male remarks. Rev.
asking for a period of fasting by the members and requests the Scripture.At 'C.L. TeUalr, pastor, will make
those woo are able to remain for tarry meeting. On Friday night 3 p.m.the Youth Department closing remarks.
Choir No. 1 will rehearse, with Professor G.N.Green directing win be..In charge Parltlcipants
Mrs. E. Brown.Is president. Choir No. 2 and the Junior Usher a w win be St. Timothy Choir,Miss
Board will meet August 31 for rehearsal. Deacon L.C. Franklin Sandra Stephens, Miss Margie New Bethel AME

Win be In charge. Mrs Rozena P. Middle Is church reporter. Black: Miss Char tesetta Calvin,,
.Mrs. Rose L. Pridgen, Miss Ushers CelebrateThe

MACED::>NA BAPTIST Vertell Williams Miss Helen
The regular order of services will be held, beginning with the Hooks will be the speaker. The Senior Usher Board of
Sunday School at 9:30.: Tyrone Merchant and his staff of teachers Junior Usher Board of Mt Olive New Bethel AME Church will
will be .10 charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee.The win serve. Miss Trls Blake bold Its anniversary on August
morning worship will begin at 10:45: with the deacons .IB __1-1 will take the offering. 26. Mrs. O.F. Donation ls

charge of devotions and of the consecration service. Music will Triple Day will be celebrated Sunday, August 25, at Day spring !the evening service. Front, from left, area: Mrs. Pearl Collinsand la the evening service, at ISO chairman, G.W. Brutes pre
be furnished by Choir No. 2 and Choir No. 4, with James Kitchen Baptist Church. In the picture are shown many of those taking Mrs. Katie Prime, captains; Mr., Pirtman, Miss Deborah sident. The Frank WUllami
at the Instrument Rev. T.J. Daniels, missionary of the Cast part. They are, back, from left: Deacon Beanie Brown; Mrs. Whifleld, Mrs. Minnie L. Brown, Mrs.Vermel W. Galney, S.L. Chorus will appear in reclUl
Florida and Bethany Association will speak. Usher Board No. Swill A.B. Hartsog, chairman of Courtesy; Mrs. M. Simon, cochairman Davis, Nrs. J.B. Klnchen, associate pastor for morning. Not Mt. Annt'sDial on September 1C. Class Leaders'
serve. Deaconess Board No.will meet after service. BYPU of Courtesy; Mrs. Bennie Brown, captain; Mrs. W.L. pictured are Mrs J.F. Patterson, announcer for morning;Miss Day will be Sunday, Sep
will begin at 5:30 with Mrs. M.L. Polite In charge. The special Smith, associate pastor for morning and chalrmandna Contact Judy Bullock Tags: Mrs. Feola Hart, co-chairman of Deacon. Day Will tember IS.Planning.
feature will be given by Miss Call Hammonds and Mrs. Daily Committee; Mrs. William Sbellman, chairman of the Trustee eases; Miss Gladys Crapes, chairman of BTU;Professor Edward sessions are being
Nelly. The Bible drinwlllbe conducted by Mrs. Bessie Merchant. Board Women; Mrs. F.J. Johnson, associate superintendent of DenUlOOe". superintendent; Mrs.W.M.McKelton,associate super- held Wednesday for Women's
The evening worship will begin at .30.. The sermon will be the Chprth School and supervisor of young people, Mrs. Mable lnteD enl of Sunday School All wives of trustees will serve as le August 25 Day. Mrs. Marian Cooper Is

delivered by Rev. Daniels. On Monday night the Christian Aid Yonkee, captain; Mrs. E.W. Malnor church reporter; J.F. deacons .In the morning. 'Wires will also take their husbands' Dual Day win be celebratedat chalrmn. Mrs Rattle Nesbltt
Society will meet Prayer meeting will be Tuesday at 730. Patterson, secretary of the Trustee heard and announcer for places is cochairman.The .
Choir rehearsal Is Wednesday at 8. Usher Board meeting Is Mt Ararat Baptist Churchall Sarah McGlnnis Mission
Friday at I. Mrs. Bessie Merchant is church reporter. day Sunday, August IS. Rev. ary Society met with Mr. and
ConuilwomanMitfcls St. Thomas Local Baptist Oklahoma Minister Dallas J. Graham Is pastor. Mrs. Rue,.!!Robinson,Sunday.

SECOND BAPTIST Deacon George Baker vat Mrs. Olivia IlarrelL president,

Rev. James Carl Sams pastor. Location: 954 Kings Road.Baptismil Speaks Ministers Wives Prepare For Tripto At Grant MemorialDr. Deacon Lorenio Conway will was .In charge. Mrs. Gladys
be chairman and co-chairman
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rites will be blWTues4ayfoilowlnu.nleeut 7 p.m. cases guided the lesson Mrs.
Rev. J.C. Sams, pastor, will administer the solemn rites. At E. W. Dawkins, pastor of respectively of the men. Mrs. Melanie Jones and Mrs
ISO: p.m. the monthly business meeting will bill held. Sunday Will Sponsor Tea NBC Confab Ward A.M.E. Church,, Muskogee Corm Williams, president dUmber ItarreU, delegates to the Trl-
CONTINUED ON PACE Oklahoma will preach at Board No. 1 and Mrs. State Convention made reports.
A release from the office of Leola Morris dUmber
the 11:00 president Members agreed to support a
a.m., worship parlod.
The Ministers' Wives, of St.
Mrs Alberta J. Williams Board No. I wUl be
'Thomas mill Dr. Dawkins will be remembered Red Cross project .In ,which
Baptist sponsora
for the Progressive chairman and co-chairman of
press secretary
servicemen would be sent shoe
States Tea Sunday, August as a pastor of many of
Baptists of Florida, the local churches this community the women respectively polish. They will also Jointly
25, In the adultorlnm of the
Indicates that School at 9.30
many persons Sunday begins :
Mrs. Gertrude MorseIn
and also a former sponsor
church. A ptocram will b pre win be la. attendance graduate with Deacon
at the a.m J.L. Chatman
t dramatic recital with
of Edward Waters
one
r4 'sented. The sponsors are Mrs. convention .la San Antonio, In charge. Devotions begin at of the Woman's
College Day groups.
fl7SaUfifi i W.C. Heal, Mrs. M.J. Greene, Tens, September 4 to .. 11 '.m. with Deacon Arthur
4r Mrs Leroy Clayton and Mrs.r 1'-41aI1bt group will be Rev.James At 6.45: p.m the pastor will Barnes and Mrs. Fannie Bns **.****
deliver the .
) r Edward Harris. | Carl Santa, general message.All '
are Invited to Abyssinia : Greiler Sweeffield's
The color scheme will be red, president of the National) Organiiation w
Mlol. KALLtt; B. MA i ma white and blue the Victory and of the state and Baptist Church at 80): p.m.,

Mrs. Sallye D. Mathls wiU be Chorus will serve Mrs. A.E ganlatloa and of the sate.Its when the pastor will deliverthe Men's Diy is Sunday
the guest speaker Henry GOT* Kara ls central cbairlady. ,. O.B. Dyrd of California message, and the united
don &M.E Qrrch, Second and Mrs. Florence Sampler Is win assist Dr. Sams. choirs and ushers of the church
Wllso-i Sti eets, Bunchy morning chairlady of decorations LU Among others will be Mrs. H. win serve Greater Sweetfield Baptist
A AUrNMMl UUMO TtUPMOMt CALL w SNOW August 25, for the annual Ham Kaoww Is chairman of Miller of Jacksonville, president The Sunday Church School under Church's Men's Day will be
the direction of Bro.'A.V. Sunday August 15.
Women's Day celebration at 11 public relations of the Senior Women's
Rose, superintended and his Alonsa Williams Is general
OM vrMi"ora am.Mrs. Mathls Is one of 01.WOIIIeD **** Auxiliary; Mrs. Rosa S. Lee, faculty and staff will convene chairman. Rev. D.B. Barnes
Avon Park Leader of the State'Junior
councilwomen of Jacksonville at 9.30: a.m.Tbe Is pastor.
Women Mr.L.C.JohD.
; Boy Scouts troop will be Guest superintendents and
and
represents Ward 3. Sunbeam fla.
Do Have questions about the biggest son, Jacksonville, president of
you
Mrs. Maws Is a former teac the State Ushers organism! Friday at 6.00: p.m. teachers will be present.Sundty
crisis our nation has ever her Rev. Solomon Waterford Jones Jacksonville Union; Ike All Interested boys are Invited School begins at 9.30. The

faced, the racial crisis? is pastor of the church. TIlt 7)rd anniversary of New of the, Laymen's Brotherhood, president ***** ** morning service begins at 11
Do you have suggestions you'd like .&. Janus Baptist Church and And Mrs. ILL. Alexander t a.m. The youth will be charge
the sixth of the pastor' will begin Or- Morning Star Prayer at S p.m. Deacon J.W.Anderson
to make to the Black and the White Undo, State Youth Supervisor;
I on Monday, Adjust {6 a n d will supervise. The evening
leadership about how to solve it? PALMER'S"SKIN extend through August 90. Rev Mrs. II. Warren, Bowling Band Honors LeaderThe service begins at .SO.. Reports
Do you want to hear what other I SUCCESS" A. Mobley Is pastor.Participants Green, general directress of WlU M made at HUB tune.
listed are Mt children; Rev. J. Adams Belle DEACON. GEOKGE &AKE&sl .
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ordinary citizens ask people John !. OINTMENT Zion Baptist Rev. J.W. Jones, Glade, chairman of Star Education Morning Star Prayer Band s .la dlar e. Rev. E.L. Mur.

Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and' 1tHr. shins tan n.n m August Z6; Lit. Zion A.M.E., ; Rev. Isadora Edwards, will honor its leader and founder ray, pastor of Calvary Baptist Mrs. Gertrude
lie $tutu w KMwt *- Fort Myers, representative of Rev Alma her Church of Sanford Eta
what sort of answers they come up no mi moved shell MM Rev. Robinson pastor, and St. Matcbel on will
with? Make yourself heard and hear it t u* rtict mi wu AMAH Tot Mary Baptist Church, Rev. J. Foreign Missions; Rev. C.B. seventeenth anniversary: on speak. BTU begins at 5i5: with fcrse Will Give

muni ISM ttcctsr twrauT M. Bryant pastor,Munday,1.1141. Dailey, Jacksonville, chairman August 28, 29 and on August Mrs. Emma Gillis in charge.
all
on NIGHT CALL, the new, nation- rabnw w Id11t 11 .1 ail of Social Service The
Hour
\ kflf I ibi fcMkfctaHttn =-= :. IIi.t use %6. 30. This will be held In pit evening worship will beginat Std Musical
wide telephone call-in show.WRHCl1:3D M- km **. l: wily W Tuesday night August 17; Mt. Moncrief Baptist Church, 7 p.m. with Deacon George
IMI>l t M tftwilM MM .. each night at 8 Henry and Mrs. Floria Shatter Mrs.
beginning
p.m. Gertrude F. Morse will
: P-H-T 12301N.: ko* MM M MM MO** it? nuursurn Mortal Methodist Rev. Willie Midway AME
occur ewTMii On Wednesday night Rev. Ear- In charge devotions..The
III Smith St. Peter Baptist Rev. night appear In a dramatic recital
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| UrDU I. Friday 'oM Mwt Mat*IntlMlM. Ht kM icU IMP.tf*.b..._tnmHH E.M. Tolbertj; Oak Grove Baptist Plans Mec's nest Campbell will be charge speaker will be Rev Wilbert on September I at 7.30 p.m. in
I cumin and Community Baptist, Day of services. Thursday night Burgess, pastor of Julington, the New Bethel AME: Church.
Call Collect 212-749-3311 0II.44c .w iln Rev. McCray udSt.M.vtBap. Men's Rev. Leonard Williams will be Baptist and an associate mini Mrs. Morse win be sponsored
or. u Mll at A.M.E.
new Day Midway
The United Methodist Church .in charge. On Friday night the stet of Mt. Ararat. Mrs. Mary by the Women's Committee
ICONOUV sue: Ill on OMV MtCET list. Rev. J.W, Jones, Friday Church, 1315 Van Bureh will Day
Church of God By Faith will Goodman will be soloist. Music of the
Released
cooperation with the August SO. Mt. Olive Baptist be August 25. Allen Thomas church Mrs. M.J.Junes'
National Council of Churches (HCAD-I040E MKttu ttu NOTICTUNIt ]M4KMIMi will also present The church will be Chairman. Everhart have charge. Rev. R, Scott will win be furnished by all choirs, president, and by the Sarah

National Catholic Office for Radio and Television ktMlM"uu gillN. tvcciu1 lifMl .U4t..... M n Moral Si.. Is located at 4ttt Sunbeam Williams will be Co-Chalrman. be the speaker. Mrs. Mattie with all organists serving McGinnU Missionary Society.
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Florida Council of Churches /M.tl.lw.l./.J./. ./, Road. Sunbeam, Florida. Rev. B.J. Franklin is Pearl Fletcher will serve as during the day. Rev. Ellsha Jones Is pastor.,
IDIt t. 'l. HIM I* k Mil pastor.
K i IMIt mistress of ceremonies each
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!i I Jain 1 1 bob Smith, Summer Family Plan Now -j OUSE of Sponsor Big TeaThe AMNWK,.n..1rs Yea


II I Family Group Pictures In Breadth eM laymen of ML Zion AILS
IN MEMORIAM
Chorea are sponsoring*Pretty At Mt. Olivt
I I Handkerchief Tea Sunday,
Color And Discount Too
I Taking living FUNERALHOIAE August: 25, at 1935 Berkley St The Pallbearers' SocietyNo.

I The prettiest handkerchief will U will sponsor a Spiritual

"Select The Best Jacksonville's Leading" I Ii get a prise. An lDtertl llCpro- Tea Sunday, August 25, from
I : gram will be given. Mrs. Edit 4 to 6 p.m., la Mt. dive Primitive -
i Jones of Mt. Sinai win sine. Baptist Church, Fourth

;," Individual Service Mrs. Theresa B. Hall of Simpson and Myrtle, Rev. J.M, Dixon,

; : Usher Board ,Pictures Summer Weddings l AVAILABLE TO EVERYONEREGARDLESS Methodist will also song pastor.
.e Mrs. Josephine Field of St Participants will be: the Female -
OF John's Baptist will speak.Samuel Chorus of Zloa Hope
I Wedding Receptions Jones is president Rev Robert Bard-
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i Passport Pictures -l FINANCIAL CONDITION E.E. Toston Is m1n1ster.N.tll..1 away Hope Baptist Rev.

Brokley, asstlstant pastor ofMt
I Private Clubs Club Anniversaries ,. LADY ATTENDANTS Olive Baptist

'STAFF ORGANIST And Mrs. Lola Grant, Mt
Olive Primitive Baptist Mrs.
AIR CONDITIONED leftist ;
: I Enlist Teams Baby Pictures 'II In loving IlK mUff of our Mary Cummings Shllon
t BURIAL SHIPPING son and brother, PFC Willie
Baptist; Mrs. Pearl Thomas
I I II CREMATION: James Fryer, who passed MeveSchtMtil Zion Hope Baptist Mrs. Emma

I h I II CALL DAY OR NIGHT away August 23, 1366 li Viet.. P. Borne, Zion Hope Baptist;
: ram, two years ago.We miss National Baptist Convention Jackson Baptist,
,
I IF IT IS IMPORTANT, TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY Ambul ance1LQ.1.1' you, our hearts are sore, as Inc., travelers from Jacksonville Ski ; Attorney Releford

time goes by, we mist you to Atlanta should contact McGrlff Mrs. Battle PoHnf,
/ -WITH A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER more, your loving smile, Mrs. Sadie Fedd Mrs. Sarah Mt. Olive AME; Mrs Oda E.

; .\ your gentle face, no one can Rice, Mrs. CJ. Whams, Mrs Fowler, Zion Hope Baptist
ever take your vacant place Ella Mae Nortin and Mrs Mrs. Ibis
FASHION STUDIO We loved you so very murk Gertrude Barnes as to Baptist. ... Tiller
"B"
BOB
SMITH 4815 HE but God loved you bed, expenses. TIle bus will leave Is chairman. Mrs, Ella Rub
Signed: Mr. and Mrs. Day Spring Baptist Church Is

lU L Lk ________ llL a w ARNETT P ROGERS, L.F.D 'I George Family Fryer, Sr., Parentsand September, 3 at C amt and will on president
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-I' Magnolia Baptist Church Will Celebrate Dual Day Sunday, August 25 II




Many Participants Listed The Eaves Clan Celebratesr (CONTWUfcrf HUReN"NEWS

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For Three Part OfferingsMagnolia School will'begin at !9):30, with the pastor reviewing the lesson.
Consecration will be held for the deacons, deaconesses, ushers/
and for the choirs at 1045. The mOl III lilt worship begins at 11
Baptist Church will celebrate Dual Day on Sunday, a.m. The Training Union will meet at S;45. The evening worship
August 25. Rev W.S. Peoples Is i the pastor. begins at 7 p.m. The Prayer of Faith Hour will be September

Deacon Tom L. llacUey Is Choir will sing. Mrs. NetUe 4. Rev. J.L. Hall, assistant putor wlllbe In charge. The Sunday
chairman for the men. Frank Spates will'sing. Mrs. Coretha School officers and Teachers Council! will be held Friday
Parrls Is co-cbalN1Uft. Miss Byrd will also be a guest solo night at 7 p.m.

Evelyn Wesley will be charge Other UT. SALEM BAPTISTThe
of participants wlllbe:
Anulla
youth. Miss Hacktey Home Mission Band and the Deaconess Board will lead a
will be In charge of the Sunday Mrs. Fannie Marshall, Mrs C.
School Mrs. WillieC. Pugh, Mrs.W.J. Pull,with Mrs. group of travelers to Magnolia lake Saturday, August 24. The ,
program. Slater mistress of bus will leave the church at 9 a.m and leave Court A and Madisonat I
Is chairman of ,Mary B. ,
Mirray
Mrs E.Crawford. 9:20. The church Is located at 1281 West 22nd. Sunday School I
Women Catherine Hancock ceremonies,
cc-chalrnun., Mrs. Mrs. E.E. Taylor, Mrs. O. t I R ,' v 4r ." begins at 9.30: with Superintendent Jack Green in charge The -

School at 9.30 Miller and Mrs. A. Jones will lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. The morning devotions
Sunday begins of decorationsand begin at 11 a.m. with Deacons Jack Green and S.T. Sims
In
be charge
with
the guest superintendent refreshments.The la charge. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve
and guest teachers In charge. throughout the day. The pastor will deliver both major sermons
will be In
people
Mrs. Lillian Da den win be young
afternoon. MissO. Deacons Cole Wilbert and Cornelius Calhoun will be In charge.
charge In the
superintendent and comes from will Other On Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse. Tuesday night the
Finney speak.
Teach
First Corinth:
Daptlst.
trustees meet. On Wednesday night a Joint choir rehearsal will
will be Mrs. Al-
participants :
will be J.C.
Mrs.
ers Finney, be held. The
monthly conference Is Thursday night. The annual
media Brown, Mrs. CM.
Mrs Carrie Mrs. E.
Pinkney
Mrs. Vaida Hancock Women's Day will be held October 22. Officers are: Pastor,
Wesley, ,
I. Norman. Mrs. A. Odom will
Mrs. M. Lewis, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. W.L. Rogers; chairman, Mrs Shirley Kohn, co-chairman,
be reviewer
guest Miss Viola Johnson, Programs, Mrs Catherine Sampson; cochairman -
t la the morning services par. Mrs. B. Conyers, Miss E.lIen-
programs, Mrs. Evelyn Wynn; secretary, Mrs. lne>
"' derson, Mrs. W. Lewis, Mrs.
E Craw
Uclpants will be:Mrs. .
Virginia Hancock: Yvette and Scott; treasurer Mrs.Dolly Corey;Flnacne chairman,Mrs.Rosa
tort, Mrs. Carrie Peoples, L. Nelson Decorations
Earl Hancock. ; ,Mrs Tony Neal. Mrs Catherine Sampson
pastor for the day,Mrs.Odessa is church
reporter.
Burgess, Mrs. A.B. Reid and Rev. S. Gaston will officiateat
Mrs. Palsy Johnson. Mrs Le* night. Rev W.J. Pock of EMANUEL BAPTIST
ont Daniels will be the speaker.The Messiah Baptist will speak.
Faith Deacon U. Johnson wlllbe guest The anniversary of the Church and of the pastor Is now in pro
Church of God. By and will continue
soloist. grew through Monday,August 26.Sunday School
begins at 9:30 with the superintendent In charge.The lesson will
Holy Tabernacle Mt. Pleasant lists f. ,. ir be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration Is at 1050.: The

morning worship begins at 11 a.ra. with the deacons la charge. I

Plans Big Meeting Big Fall RevivalA < Baptism will be la the morning worship. BTU will be at 5 p.m. !
with Deacon James Phillips la charge. The male chorus Is

Holy Tabernacle, 1676 West revival meeting will be held ..... .--...."',,,- ......I. expected: to serve In the fellowship service at ML Ararat Baptist
r. Ninth, Bishop>> R.L. Jones Is at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church: at 230.: Choir No. 1 and the Junior Choir, Usher Board No. 1 and !
pastor, will bold the twenty on Flicker Avenue from Sep. #!*n the leaves Clan celebrated,this Urai to honor' their AtOrtI, Laves: and Mrs. Uadys C. Eaves. Standing; 'from left, are: the Junior Board will serve throughout the day. The evening j
first General Assembly from tember 3 to Set pt mber8. Mis* Elder A,A Mrs., Cecil R. Eaves, they came from many areas and Emmanuel: C. Eaves, A. Reginald Eaves, Jens R. Eaves, Mrs. ,worship begins at 6.30: Miss Loretta Rollins and C.B. Fisher I '
August 23 through September slonary E.M. Mack of the Holy cccqpallnns.: The senior Eaves were blessed with thirteen Susanna E. Anderson, Mrs. Rachel E. Emerson, Mrs. Abigail will be la charge of music. Rev. James Carl Same and the congregation -
1. Apostle R.L. Davis will per Church of the Living God will childien. Vint of the living sons and daughters are shown above. E. Jones and Sara jel J..Eaves Photo by Bob Smith and officials of Second Baptist Church will be present
side. preach. Rev. Glover Is pastor. Seated, from left, are: John H. Eaves, Mary Ana Eaves, Elder Sunday night, August 29, as plait of the anniversary observation
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Services will open each night
at I p.m Apostle R.L. Davis Mt. Ararat Dual Day Winners Mf. Ararat Dual Day Queen
will appear Tuesday night and D. B. Barnes Club
I afflciate. Urs. Irene Levy will -

speak Wednesday night. Mrs.H. Holds AnniversaryThe
Levy and Mrs. J.M. Watkins

will be present Thursday night. D.B. Barnes of Sweet-

Mrs. R. Jackson and Mrs. M. r ; field Baptist Church, 136S!!
Stafford will be present Friday c r Harrison, presented Us ninth

night. Mrs. MA. McCoy will ., twtk'III anniversary program recently -
be present Sunday morning In } la sanctuary,cube church.
the service Mrs. L.
evening Rev. D.B. Baines, pastor and
Dlggs will be la charge of the
founder of Sweetfleld, wu a
..nk... Bishop>> R.L. Davis special honoree.

's pastor. Participants were: Rev. D.

Eastern Rev. J. M. HateUon,
Floradale CommunityBand r Mrs Helen Lawrence, Mrs.
Resale Solomon, Mrs. Rob L.

Will Celebrate Grant, Mrs. WUlye F. Dennis,
Mrs. Vlrglree Holsey, Rev.
Tie Floradale Community LJ. Coleman, Master Robert
Prayer Band wW have Us third \ Judge.

anniversary on August 25 at 1 And: The' Sweetfleld Quintet,
),It. Ararat Baptist Church at *. Miss Willie Ella Holsey Mrs,

8 p.m., In the annex. The Dud. -Jessie' M. PoUe, Mrs. Mettle
.man SplrltualJStngeri) and the' I" ':'T Ltnard,\.Urs.VPuiUiA Slbley
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,. "y a ",<. WilliamBumpier
? ExctaSpWttal Stager**U be J S Deacon Du[1"TIt.,
is speak* Mrs. Ruby"Jones
r .f' Mrs. Mary A.Grant,Mrs. Viola
r Yt Mrs. Cussle Page wUlbe mis* Is Tate Mrs. Lull Holsey, President -

t..ass of ceremonies. The Cos ; Mrs. Doris Gray, Mrs. I
pel Angels and mis. Perkins Dual Day sponsored by the'ladles of ML Ararat Baptist Church wu Aagost It. Raw were Wattle Polllck and Mrs. Jessie .
Till be In charge of devotions. given for the best looking table. A prise-winning table Is shown above. Table prizes were won Johnson. Mrs. Doris Gray made
by Mrs. Johnnie Hansberry. first, Mrs. Al Cooks second and Mrs. Ruth C. Williams, third presentations. Rev. Eogese

When the ladies annual Dual Day was held at Ml Ararat Baptist Church Sunday Mrs. R.C. Murphy gave the benediction.

Elder and Mrs. Eaves Elder Ned Mrs. Cecil Eives 'wuiiam wu crowned Mlu Mt. Ararat". Chairman for the gala program, which featuredprisewinning
table decors also,, was Mrs. Cortoe Williams co-chairman, Mrs L. Morris!
Honored At Fiftieth Annual Rev. Dallas J. Graham is pastor. Photos by Bob Smith Temple lodge Has


On August 16 the last of the great Eaves Clan, descendants of Joining Anniversaries Anniversary Meet

Elder and Mrs. Cecil R. Eaves, gathered at the family home to
with their parents, grandparents and great grandparents many A sixty-third anniversary of i
future rears of happiness and toy. Temple Lodge No.34 FAM wu
A and well- Portia I! held at ML Calvary Baptist
w wear-planned house, the LLB from .
executed program reached It* Law School,, Boston, and U Church Sunday, with Ernest
apes when the nine Eaves currently Executive Doctor: Pierce, Worshipful Master, la
children. 24 grandchildren and the South EndNelghborbood charge.

.- one peat, great grandchild Action Program Inc., the Poverty Among many participants
sponsored a dinner for one bun. Program la the south end were: High Priest Cotton of
'. dred relatives and close friends 'of Boston. Mrs. Mary A. Eaves Zerrlbella Lodge! ; Mt. Calvary -

{...'l of the family. In the SL John's holds a Bachelor of Science Baptist Church Grand \
," t.. 7". Room of the Jacksonville Civic Degree from Hampton and Is a Treasurer Robert PetUford
< .. AudItorium. Worthy James Hamilton
public helath nurse. Sanuel. Maaterj
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: The color scheme was carried Earn holding a Bachelor' ; Loud Francis
I : hn'GripperPSStGcandTreaurer
." white and Tables Worthy Master ;
f out In gold. degree from Edward Waters
were beautifully decorated with College and a Master's from j
rs1c ( .. while tablecloths and gold up. FAMU wu a resident counselor James Hawkins; Rev. J.C. Bur-
t kins. One end of the special at the school. ney, Rev. W.M. Hill. Rev.Warren -
table was a large bouquet of Missing wu Mrs. Martha E. .1 Clarence Bowens 011 a

'whit carantion and gold Kelly deceuedYforair teac-, Moore, Lloyd N. Pearson Jr.,
( 1C 'I leaves. The three-tired anniversary :'her In the school system, wu District Deputy Henry Simmons.
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cake wu decorated with
from Florida AIM.
\ / whit bells sprinkled with gold Among those not present, who : *** *****
on top of which wu a pair of, sent congratulatory message

# golden bells. were: Rabbi H. 1.. Plummer URBAN LEAGUEProject
1:
J It wu aptly stated by one of the Chief Executive Church of OOb n
guests that "they have from Christ Mrs. I :
of
m iKEh. Tirar* 'and Saint : ASSET/ACTION is
from the North East .e
come ,
"Elder and Miaviecu it.raves etllDI'&ttCI meurDnletb anniversary South and West to give honor pummer; Bishop High Levy :v r i still seeking male and female
on August 16. This wu a gala day, Inumuchu descendants and KingstoiL Jamaict.West Indie*; participants between the ages of I
to who are
parent gave '
wish them Godspeed. BOB SMITH Senator Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy
came .everywhere giving inspiration and leadership 11 to 45 years. If you are a high
Bos .1
Photo.' to them" Many are pro.leu.loaall ; Mayor Kevin White school graduate, employed or
ton Junior Grand Auxiliary of and feel that
: unemployed, you
to
others aspire Daughters, of Jerusalem and ,' have the ability to get a
you
I Yeii, Peeple Crisp TechahpesAM being Mrs.so.A.V. I. Jones hold aBadae1or' Sisters of Mercy,Sheriff Mass Searsa better Job then Project ASSIST/ !
a d Suffolk County, ACTION can help YOU to: I
Master's from
and
;I ;a.: | Mike Eicovrefiif Process FAMD. Mrs. Jones a U a teacher achusett Edwards: .S.HXP.Boston, and Elder Elder Isaac 1. Improve your skills In test

..' NEW YORK.;.. For two afternoons each week the offices of la the Duml-Coumty School Harry 1(. Wilson, Atlantic City, h'rs taking.
and refresh
the United Presbyterian Church's Division of Mas Media appear System and wife of Mr.. 2. Sharpen your
Jones New Jersey.
to have been taken over by Harlem youths What seems to be Broward T. Mr. John fff 1' memory on subjects, which!
t .. Unt far from the truth u 30 Junior and senior high schoop-agedyoatha'Negroes R. Eaves, retired petty officer ale******* ,,, P you may ,have become rusty
, Puerto Ricans and one Japanese-Cock to the United States Naval Reserves, since: you finished high school
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v nineteenth floor of the Interchurch Center to learn how to as* is currently vocational counselor Benefit Given For / or dropped out of college.,
: In the New Careers Pro. 3. Test your skills and interests

I 1'mua Soma COIl1lI\lllJCaUOlllIOOJ.l.study basic photography: 't bank-Frawley Circle Housing gram In Boston u 1s his wife, Local Church WomenMrs. which might prove,
Council Inc. Mrs. Marie Eaves.. Attorney that you cu advance faster in
. ,I and graphics while others learn ,
.i the Intricacies: of operating According to Mrs Olga Moo- Emanuel C. Eaves holds a Bac Hattie L.WarrtD'ibome. another line idle of work.Don't and don't. stay

d audlo-visunl equipment Still too, Coordinator of Specialised. helor'* from Morehouse,, 1225 West 22nd will be the In a stay"dead end", Job! GET
r other are tackling the more Programming the Division of College, t Master's from Atlanta scene of a special event for the' WHERE THE ACTION ISNOWI!
MaN Media, primary focus of and 1s currently assistant of t h e:
l c: sophisticated art of fUming and benefit of the women
motionpictures.Th the training program U the professor of English at FAMU.Mr. church Saturday August. 24.* The' Joint anniversaries of the Central C.M.I. Church congregation: sad of the pastor began 'Take advantage of the FREE
; editing ,
, .t eight-week project, which learning of basic conuaunlca-. and Mrs Eave reside Elder. CJ>. Kinney U pastor.. on Monday night, August 19, with the Stt'nrdlaDd Stewardesses la charge. The pastor Rev. services offered by Project AS-
For Information
I b in July and runs through tine skills. But a more subtle there. Mrs. Susanna E. Anderson Morrlweaiher. will have completed tvoyarsofsevkeat the ending of the celebration. HOMECOMING SET/ACTION. more
began Is being conducted by longer-range effect, she said holder aiaBachelu'sfraaFAMU ply wW be August %5. At 6 pII.. &D AppreclaUOG Tea will be btld for Rtf. and telephone 356-6336 or

, .' August Division, of Mass Media staff la may be the opportunity given married to Dr. Joseph NEWS IUD UN! Jar. Merriweather. Photos B1 A. PAUL CRAWFORD. J56-6338 In or to for see working of call peoplecome Leroy

trainee for a gllmpte of Anderson, is teaching In the Mailed news should beta -,
Urban Lea- possible
oJ; cooperation with the :
i I to'' gue's Harlem Street Aca careers open to them. Bakersfield, Calit, schools- the office by 12 noon on Mf. Zion, Fernaidina, Will Observe Men's Day L. Bass.from Jr.6 to. Area 8 Coordinator Monday-

T demy, which recruited most of Most of the students,who range tem. Mr*. Rachel E. Emerson Mondays. Rer. B.W. Jackson, pastor gram at lit.Zion Baptist! Church the Baptist Brotherhood of through, Friday. Project AS.

I f' 'the youths Others were recruited from 13-21 years of age "are Is a accountant la BosteLAttorney Eaves Mew brought office of the Jerusalem Baptist Church m Fernandlaa Sunday. August Duval and Adjacent CowtIet! I I ;$'f/ACTION is located at your
by the East Harlem keenly Interested In what they A. Reginald should be la by 1:30 p.m. on of Jacksonville will speak for I a focal
More- J5, at II wW speak at 6 p.m. Urban League Office, 629
Protestant Parish and the IWf CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 holds a Bachelor' from Tuesdays.\ the Men's .Anniversary of .
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Publshed; by the F )''lfI| &nNtIShineCornpc.nj : "T.: c rs CONGRESS By WHITNEY AND M.THE YOUNG COURT, JR. :


, MEMB't fI.., ( wrangle In Congress about Justice Abe Fortas' :
unseemly
Toe
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"ttol. ; nomination as Chief Justice Is of
\ ( [ Supreme Court has been the prime agent change In the

NEGUO( pj F.. ilJ r.RNATO: ) AJ.I post 15 years or so. Starting sBs s,,- -B B s B s
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with the BROWN decision ;
'1954 which ended legal segre-
! :gallon la the schools, and right .
I up to the recent decision which i
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upheld an obscure Reconstruction
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P. period law banning housing
ERIC 0. SIMPSON MANAGING EDITOR discrimination, the Court has

made many decisions of ru-
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MilO Yf 0 OliN -CIRCIIMIIN, MANAGED 1 _4. J black reaching citizens consequences as well as for tori

other minorities.At I
2323 WONCRIEF ROAD PHONE times the executive: has been|
1 ; a preoccupied with other affairs,!
ElGIN 4-6782 MAILING ADDRESS N and at other times the Congress ?
Court... been
has been unwilling to act But the High
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HORlilA ,4 : consistent in its rulings which guaranteed the Constitutional
P.O. BOX 599 IACKSONVIIIE.
.rights and civil liberties of minority groups.
That' why the current opposition to Justice Fortas' nomination -
32201 F U of socb concern to the black community He has been

MIAMI I CfflCl I [ f 5011! N. W. .71H H. f : 'raided publicly the Identified Court under with Chief the Justice philosophy Warren.of equality which has

PHONE( 751'3H8 And U is not hard to identify his opponents, with some exceptions -
u people who have consistently toted against civil rights.I .
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES know that some critics are sincere In their opposition to

One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 the appointment, but the vocal ones I see. on television are the
bill tooth and nan.
civil
rights
who
same people fought every
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United states
Only one other oppolntee to the Court in recent years has been
Subscription payable in Advance through the same kind of humiliating grilling that some Senators .
Send Cheek or Money Order to: gave Justice Forms, and that was Thurgood Marshall.
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 Q' oyS There were a lot of fancy reasons given for opposing him at the
) 11 ,. t'w'PlorldaA time, but nobody was fooled-He was a black man and that was
\ enough to drive some racists wild with anger.
That brings. to something which hasn't often been mentionedIn
BECOMING A WEAPON OF DENIALIr11111..I.II..rI'.II'IIIIIIIIII.II.III'I.III.III! the press Justice Fortas is Jewish, and while discrimina

NEW FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE IN MIAMIIt tion against Jews has become rare these days, the Idea of a
Jewish Chief Justice gets some people's bigotry up. What would
Is' often profitable for both men and t ... TjrjrjrjrMrjrM. they do U a Negro were named to the post?
The whole proceeding 1s pretty shabby and makes us look
institutions to move in "far country" like fools in the eyes of the world. Justice Forms is a tough

of course, taken literally. Remember how YOUR fellow, and I know be can take what's dished out without flinch
Jehovah challenged Abraham to Journey intoa I e WeeklyHOROSCOPE I ing. But I'm worried about the damage done to our system of

far country unto a land I will show government when a handful of vindictive people angry about
of civil rights and civil liberties so
Court decisions In favor
thee..I will make thee, a great nation." .
1 it freely attack the Court u u institution.' ,
In the civil rights struggle, Florida Some of the same cranks who run around screaming "law
Memorial College lost its moorings. It z GUIDE ; I II and order" these days sport "Impeach Earl Wan en" posters.And .

seemingly was gripped by a pool of sta- now they are lining up against Warren's successor.
When the history of our times Is written, the Warren Court
gnation. Nothing but
was possible retro- .
Ir 'sslon. But in an hour of darkness Dr. I r By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER : X;; I win minorities be given its and due for u the accomplishing poor. Don't tremendous believe aU advancesfor you read

R. W. Puryear, the President made a about the Court's supposed "coddling": of criminals. All U has
memorable decision. It was: "Get thee : : done is ensure everyone ol the right) to a lawyer and the right
: I to trow he doesn't have to answer questions. without legal
out of St. Augustine and go to Miami. I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS .;
advice. The Court didn't pull this out of thin air. These are
In this new land, as Jehovah would have .
Constitutional guarantees for which Americans have fought
said itthe 75-year-old institution is de- FOR. i iI s and died. All the Court did was to assure aU citizens of the

stined to grow into vigorous, and thriving I' opportunity to exercise these rights, beck the rich who have
institution.This lots of high-priced legal advice at and call.It's .
about time the Irresponsible attacks on the Court and on
fall when the school opens, more Justice Fortas ended and Congress got back to the more Import\
than 2,000 students will be turned down I BUSINESS LOVE.TRAVEL S ant business of making laws that will end poverty and cure the!

for admission on account of lack of com- sickness of the cities.

pleted facilities. Compare this situation 'MMMA&MJrMMjrwMMMWMMMrjrMMJrMjrMMjrjrwjrwMjrMjrjrjrMjrMMm&. II'.III'I'. &
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with a last:year's enroll of '750 students.' > -- -

I Compare thV old enrollment "'with" the'pro- AIIES 1'1 (cr,', t:, -"LIBRA. L .' '.,' '' I u.u CAPRICORN i' j rda: I TUSKEGEE.BID fOR4iAYOR".WAS LOST

Jected enrollment of'2.000 when housing CANCER the for, the
The Negro challenger in race
IOU MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC.
facilities are completed.
office of in the town of Tuakegee
Negotiations are underway for more land 21ST APRIL 1JIH 22ND JULY 22ND 23RD OCT. 23RD 22ND IAN. 19TH ended in mayor defeat. The ,attempt was an

upon which to expand. ftho knows, it may be The world spin on. Summer Spread out.' As long u time Get at U. It on leave, lose Follow the stream. The way that must be repeated without
in the years ahead that the enrollmentmay nay not be over, u far as the is available, and the flesh i Is no time getting away from the has been indicated, or U should example
calendar Is concerned, but U willing there II noneedtollmlt hustle and bustle of everyday have been. The planetary ceasing. '
go up to 5,000. may b -pos lble that nay be for many Arians.Work- the scope of mental and other surrounding Also seek spiri pattern invites you to follow the The deep South town of Tuakeseu with
"acres of diamonds" abound in Miami for ,day and seasonal demands are' chose activities. It will be interesting enlightenment through meditation course charted and to see the 12,000 residents had a white incumbent,
Florida Memorial Collr e. Congratulations! starting to pile up and they for all, and also rom., or the good offices of world acquire knowledge, racial moderate
may require cooperation all antic for the unwed who now those who have the ability to deepen wisdom, and seek the Charles M. Kecver. a ,
around to keep up with them consider themselves eligible. place you on the right path gates to spiritual awakening. who has been mayor for four years.
JACKIE ROBINSON TURNS DEMOCRATJackie Also work oa fiscal programs The homebodies will have There may be some expenses There are many friends to be Thomas Reed, a 40-year-old Negro busi-
that are essential to keep the enough to keep occupied, read- connected to these activities met on the way who may share nessman, gave good account of himself in
Robinson, often a supporter of the family united and letting along ing hiking, or but. after all, one cannot get both the hopes and problems that
voters
In harmony. This is Job for enjoying whateverLthe local at- somellng for nothing. Just ensue. U would be an injustice the campaign. Even though Negro
GOP, said recently Hint he will support which many natives of your traction have to offer. This make certain you are not being toward them u well as toward outnumbered whites, 41 Reed lost.
any Democrat who runs against Nixon for sign are now eminently fitted. should be u unusually crea- taken In by u Individual who yourself, not to cooperate to Reed must campaign again for the .mayor-,
the presidency. Tne value of past education, Uve period when Inspired work is purely a counterfeit. The the full extent personal ability ship or some other municipal office.
training and experience Is when the most direct and and resources.; The laws of ,
Robinson stated he would resign as an may be the,rule rather than the day '
especially prominent It should attempted : nature such that each and
exception. the slyest means are are
aide to Republican Governor Nelson A. be considered u the top asset 8 $0.77.19.16.070 Jointly could be the 30m. everyone of .s must cross the AS IT LOOKS FROM HERE
Rockefeller, a position he has held more by those who have Important By procrastinating until the day paths of others In order to
than two yearn. objectives mind. Place more after, there would be a better fulfill) common destinies. The Some Hire o.'T1rerlstJrt'd uneasily at the floor Some looked
The for Robinson's decision trust In chance and intuition LIEU: chance of seeing through any effort to circumvent this obUption stolidly straight ahead.
reason was than on the possible worthless and all deceptions. often falls; but when They seemed to be struggling to mask their emotions, while
that "prostituted" himself to the bouts of unreliable Individuals. BORN JULY 6-10-55-15-84-867 U doesn't, U is to the detriment their superior, Captain Harry Caldwtll,was referring toa Negro
Southern vote at the GOP convention in 9.70.23.13.53.103 22ND AUG. 19TH of everyone concerned. psychologist, sitting a few feet away, and telling them:

Miami, charging that Senator Strom Thur SCORPI 4.30.77.16.65.306 "In the last. few_months, I act
mond of South Carolina had influenced the JANUS Fix a policy. The accent has lOIN DU. nave gotten to know Dr. MelvinSikes In another room police
really been placed on gainful and respect him
BtRN APRIL AQUARIUS as a officers were telling another
choice of Maryland's Governor SpiroT..Ague activities, domestic project, 24TH NOV.: 22ND friend." psychologist some of their

as the vice presidential candidate.The 20TH MAY 20TH and the achievement of ulUmate' Room for more. The social BORN JAN.20TH The scene was the training troubles, : _
action of Robinson sets an example Love and live. Toe person who alms. It may be necessary to whirl seems to be gathering [[B. 1STH academy behind the police Citizens don't realize'the officers -
which others might follow. One should not has not loved has not lived.And form a partnership in order to speed. There Is no reason why Stay put. The track on which administration building in are Just doing a Job and
to be loved may be said to be get things moving along desired, Scorpios should not go along you now find yourself appears Houston, Teias. It was the not making anything personalof
remain a GOP or Democrat simply out of channels. It would be wiser, in opening session of an unusual .
the height of happiness. This with It u long as they extract to be the one that leads exactly -
party 1 loyalty. should be the moment for many the long run, since trying to accomplish pleasure and fulfillment there to the desired destination. course in community relations, People treat police u the
single Taureans to discover anything along in this from. Those who are traveling Safety and freedom from want and Dr. Sikes was in charge. "enemy" and not.as someone
these facts for themselves. technical age usually\ requires a may be especially well placedto or care should be the assets Everyone of Houston's 1,400 helping to sustain the life of
JUNK MAIL HAS ARGUMENT OF DEFENSEFrom Should a marriage follow u a minor miracle. Leos who have meet interesting people and of Aquarians who have the right policemen will go through the the community.
result, propitious days for the the home-building urge driving to strike up what could turn out partner, or who have taken course by next Spring. And so Pnllr.mpn never! know when a
time to time, we have given the burden ceremonies could be the 26th28th them on should Investigate ally' to be life-long friendships. Incases proper steps in the past to will about 1,400 citizens of man may pull a knife or pistol.
of junk mail Dismiss the Inner qualms possibilities that may be within where secret attachmentsmay achieve these aims. There al the community, Including They don't like to be called
"Hail Columbia. We
hat may try to intervene, for reach on the 28th-29tb. But It be formed there is a ways exists room for expansion Latins, Anglos and Negroes "the fuzz" or "cops" and
Hold that junk mail "should he made to pay there is hardly anyone who has will take considerable percep- risk of revelations being made, but first make sure that none from teenagers to retired would like the public to respect
UK way, and presented this argument as not suffered them at the critical tion to separate the false from detrimental to occupational or of the previous achievementswill workers. them
moment. the true on the 30th. Walt until Many of the citizens felt uneasy Half hour
an before the end
one approach! : to putting thn U.S. Post worldly status. in any way be Jeopardised.
t 60.33.14.63.296 the following day when the fog tot as they realized they of the first session police and
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'Office of a sclf-bupnorting basis.No will be Ulte lot us take the other side of the. EMINI see the forest as well as the a week talking about what they rooom together.Suddenly it was
coin and look at. it. It appears from a URN MAY heel there I SAGITTARIUSBORN PISCES dislike about these "cops" and a coatroe atiao. '

look ut thc facts (that so-called Junk mail 21ST JUNE 21ST 9.90.44.12.71.617 NOV. BORN FEB. about During what the they first fear two from hours them. their Citizens criticisms who bad been airing
were now
IK the only service that is profitable. Lunge ahead. There may bea 23RD DEC. 21STBe 19TH MAR. 20TH the citizens were eac 8 raged facing their targets. Police who

This l Is true because the sender performs disappointment or a dead end VIRGO ready to spring.. Many who Follow trustingly. TV New to reveal what they disliked had criticized attitudes of some
her or there, but this should about policemen.
most of the post. office bundling.An are Just returning from an enjoyable Moon (late 23rd) has confirmed citizens were now facing those
until) ol the not retard the up and going BORN AUG. : be the of giving free Sample thoughts: Officers who held these views.
=gy Junk mail) situation IK Gemtnlans from achieving theirultimate vacation should prepared advisability
and
speed along don't
now in practice unujng theairlines in their ends. Anyone looking 23RD SEPT. 22HI) to step Into the shoes of rein to associates in order to obey the law themselves.always "We One don't teenage like girl it burst when out:
you
reduced youth aril military faros on'a for, or starting on a Job or in authority. Prestige is mounting achieve important objectives. They expect the worst when police officers
let down.
Work U out. This is the quar- professional interests are expanding Lose no time in working out a us
stand-by lmls:; 'I1u'.r' fares aro very profitable a new home, >should; able run 8th.into ter to put the grey matter to and success is in the modus operand that meets with' they pick up teenagers or even We think of you .u sort- of
opportunities galore question them.
In the airliner as: they produce usual will be work in order to extract full air no matter what your status unanimous approval. Kinks that big daddies., ,
But
as nothing They treat middle-class white An
revenue In replace) empty seats. achieved without making the appropriate advantage from the puny favorable may have been. It will be necessary have been Ironed out advance suspects mucbbetter officer said, "It's ,hardon
of will less trouble than us when you call us names
configurations. U there is to aUow plenty rope naturally give
efforts or arrange no individual drive or Initiative ,ambition to function and to later when projects are in full Latins and far, far better than when you bowwt'aeillit doing

''This Week !I. Mure History meets.many conditions There generally to meet are and used to get the ball roiling< tighten the reins when It'' swing. This really is a darfor teenagers.They ignore the dignity of the do."Job the public'pays us to.
wholesale collaboration with .
and U stands. to reason that it will threatens to get off to a gallop.
Aug. 21 lUG The African Methodist Episcopal Church, they formalities seldom. to are go through of the ,more stand still. along with personal Never lose self-control. anymore farsightedness acting as the an individual up."Copt". ; maybe.theyrougb'JUm police In Fort Worth and Dallas the

founded Ly Richard Allen, lororporafed under PennsylvaniacUU agreeable<< kind. Some may evenswish prospects. Many should have than allowing others guiding principle. An attemptto always departments have setup
attempt to
to foul the works could be police supervised community -
live.Auc. that they had not started ready acoess to the Higher around you defy authority up Justify their actions under
24, 1M7 Independence of Liberia, first Uack nation to be some project because of the Forces, and this is an asset that whenever they see fit. There' made either by a person or eircumstarres. any centers where citizens can
founded ty freed American Negro slaves, proclaimed. mate of confusion and red tape should not be discounted under \I.' may be some undercover work mysterious circumstance' on the Most cops don't nave the' register any type of complaintor
Aug. 25, 1921 Althea Gibson, tennis cliamplon now d<>vele that is likely to coma up. any circumstances.: ;J to be.. done, in' special cases. 30th. either intellectual capacity or apply service..m for any. type of' community -
I golfing career, was Lora In fiumttr, S.C. \\4W' 33X40 II .19.67.743
7 60 71 > !8.86 Ira 970.66.15.95.149, : cultural to think before they
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Wttlwtf*i Trails MmnrsCoUtf Nero lecemes FirstMidshipman's )

CIVIL RIGHTS

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ROUNDUP er :

; Midshipman James W. WlVrtpJr.., ol Baltimore, 1Id., Is
By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL the first Negro MldsnlpmMdal! 0W 'pY the newspaper of the United States Merchant Marine Academy: :
SECOND REBUFF Although Negro Midshipmen have attended Kings Point since It i

WASmNGTON-NP1)-For( the second time la as many days, k t'Ic was dedicated September 30, IMS and they bare been seta t la :
Williams Is the first at his rae to f
extracurricular: activities,
Stokely Carmichael bees told be Is not welcome-tills time ;
Carmichael become the Ed1tor-l .Q1ef of the Kings Point ptfcUcattot
by the Trinidad and Tobago governments. Earlier f
who bad received u t wedding gift-following his marriage to a I Midshipman Williams was oa my first bit of foreign sofl i
Miss Miriam Makeb4he return of his passport by the State c tars in Baltimore, and attended Is a feeling I will always re.. '
Department, suffered a reversal la being refused a visa to grammar school. Junior high, member. I learned quite I bit, S
Venezuela and high school there. He attributes about bow people live In other!!!.
mach of his success countries and became more and!
BIAS REPORT '' to the training be received while more aware of bow lucky I, I
attending; the Baltimore Polytechnic am to be an American I think;
CH1CAGO-NPI The Illinois National Guard has been directed Instltute.hlshlghschool I also gained a better understanding \
to furnish the Department of Defense with Its side of the story alma mater. Re was successful of world problems{
of racial bias in the state mllttia. The order stems from aa official In obtaining a nomination being exposed to many different'
report made by retired Brig. General Raymond Walt a to the U.s. Merchant Marine cultures/' .
to'pruy. race bias la the state guard seta after two Negro Academy, where be Is now Upon graduation be will re.4
officers resigned entering his senior year. Midshipman calve a Third Assistant Engi'
Williams was offeredthe neer's License an Ensign's'
COMMEMORATIONOKLAHOMA nomination daring an tutee commission In the U.S. Naval
new with Maryland community Reserve, and a Bachelor of:
CITY-(NPI)-A major Freedom Fiesta was held leaden In the office of the then Science degree He plans to
Saturday, August 17 by the local NAACP Youth Council, in N' Congressman Carlton R. sail after graduation until be.
commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the first civil rights Sickles of Maryland. Not receives his Chief Engineer's
sit-in, to this. city, and the first southern use of the sit-in certain of acceptance to the '' license, if nothing gets IB theway. :
technique la the drive for racial Justice. As a part of the tiesJa, Academy, he continued to correspond <
a Joint worship service was held Sunday, August IS, at the with the University of On Kings Point In general,
First Presbyterian Church Maryland from which be had Midshipman William renurk'
already received I letter of ed, "Words can not do Justice
AFTERMATH acceptance. to the feelings which I hold for, r
The day following his graduation this fine Institution. Here I
CHARLOTTE N.C/-NPI)-Ferrell Wilson Ostwatt, a former from high school, be received -. have found the going sonKira's'' i.
KKK security guard,Jound that quitting the hooded order does not I late but welcome rough but have always pined ,!1
mean escape. Recently a dynamite blast damaged his home. He 11 f graduation present, an appointment -. ,la the end by weathering the f'
quit the Klan after a dlsigreem! with Grnd Dragon 3. Robert to the v5 Merchant' ''to' Sorma.LUeher.teacbfol a'

Jones. Marine Academy. one to think and to react quickly rr.
Plebe year was rough for when necessary. It builds 1
NOT QUITE PERFEC'CCHICAGONPIMayor: seniors an getting acquainted with some of the challenges personnel representative and P. .Fttca,Northeast regions I Midshipman Williams as it Is character pride, and: helps ,
of the business world la aa accelerated management management training director both of Woolworth, and Steven for all who enter Kings Point. bridge the pp between adolescence .. I
Richard J. Daley Is pictured the training course at the F. W. Woolworth Company. Examining W. Collins of Morehouse College to Atlanta, Ga. The two He often referred to the two- and manhood. The school [
current Issue of Harper's magazine as being"the most successful store layout plans are deft to right) Guy RawUngs, a seniorat college students are among 30 working with retailers participating week Indoctrination period u Is not without 1U faults boll i ;\
mayor la America" but falling down when It comes to understanding Morgan State College, Baltimore Md; Aubrey C. Lewis to the summer Intern program. "The Rude Awakening". The we're always working to remove < .t
the forces at work la the black communities la end of plebi year brought on as many of them u pos f.aIbI.
Chicago la every other area, the magatlne articles buds the AftT State Alumni Mike World News DigestBY the beginning of a year of sea .. The type of Individual ,
.mayor for his administrative abilities and astute programming. training, a long aw venture attracted to the unique tnstlto-
When It comes to the black communities the article says the for the Baltimore youth He lion helps establish a wholesome : .
mayor has failed to register a bit. Haste With Money Plm NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL had never been to sea before, atmosphere and spirit .,
UNWANTED but BOW be says it will be apart which Is Kings Point's alone. ,
GREENSBORO N.C. Gifts to ALT State University by Its of his life.Mldshlpma Midshipman William's father i4
LIBEL SUIT Alumni Association have Increased more than eight times during CARACAS-{NPI>-6tokely Carmichael learned be couldn't Williams enjoyed Is a factory worker at Lever .
the last five years.Tiits combine business with pleasure when be sought a visa. to visit his stay at ins so much that Brothers. His mom works u a
PHILADELPHIA, MIsa. (] )Tta sister ton to the City trformitlon was IncludedIn Texas to Wisconsin. 4 Venetuela to attend the first meeting of the Latin-American be was sorry to see It draw custodian laborer at the Social
of Brotherly Love bounced back Into the news recently when the year-end report, He also gives lots of credit students la Merlda recently The U.S. State department had returned to a close He arid, "Trawling Security Building la Baltiawe
former Heshoba County Sheriff Lawrence Ralney filed a $50,000 released by the UniversityOffice to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Carmichael's passport U a wedding present to the black has always bun a dream of Neither has a high school educatlon. -
dine suit against Tinmugtrlne, charging it "wrongly 1mpUed1 of Alumni Affairs The which through the Coop power advocate and his new bride, Miss Miriam Makeba. The mine, one which I did Dot really However, James
11 a Feonary article that be bad been found guilty la the report showed that alumni gaveIn erative CollegeDenlapment Carmichaels bad Intended to sit la on the student meet while believe would come true. The attribute much of his successto
last October's conspiracy trial la Merldlaa la the slaying of the Annual Fond a total of Program, of which ALT Is a honeymooning. thrill of visiting that first foreign their Insistence on his
three civil rights workers. The suit also alleges Time claimed $StaotU approximately, member, la 1969 offered a country and stepping foot furthering: education
Travis Buckley was chief defense counsel for Ralney and 17 (00. more thai the I7.SU.14 matching gift of up to $13,003 LIBERIAN COINSENGLEWOOD I
others, whea Ralney wu represented by Jackson attorney. ,let gave the university la 194. on a dolarior-dolar basis
The 1I6S contribution was a on eootrlbut1o.u br aluralll.AT Ohio-(NPI)-Tbe U.S. Mint has taken over the WHEN YOU ARE Ill'tou
Developing Pita record gift marking the climax alumni gave that amount within production of proof sets of Liberian coins-which are the same Seek The Beat Doctor
used la the United States. *nd will continue to produce such
-
"'1 -:- of a steady rise la alumul five months, u
giving since Us beginning at "That triggered us to action, proof sets on a yearly basis. The quantity Is strictly limited to then Your Doctor
ALT back la 1956. and we have been going steadily the number of sets ordered during the authorised order-taking Prescribes, Get Experienced v
The main spring behind the forward since," said More, period-ud for this year the deadline September SO. Orders Pharmacists 70 ,,
.r ALT Alumni f..lvltProcr.m Is bead. are being accepted by the Paramount International Cola corporation 'Fill$," ,Prescriptions Acrcording. a
sotl-spokea David W, ALT stands to collect another Englewood. Ohio. .
To aour Doctor' a ,,
loIorebea4/11. !Q-Hnsb j and executive secretary 003 from the same Foundation. STILL Tv' Orders .
of the Hayes-Taylor The $51,000 plus, which the 'e Use Only The Best C. E. BLACK
jI
I and who serves as YMCAs alumni have given this year, HOHANNESBURG-N PI-Tbt Nationalist-ruledgoveramenld Quality Dress Prop.rietor'
fund-raising chairman for the more than qualifies the Institution South Africa Is stubbornly sticking to its edict of "no television"
aluraol group. for the added gift. la the country. Though boasting Is one of the really developed 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You
When Morehead was appointedto countries la the'wor 14, It Is also, la fact, one of the few which ,

4 bead the campaign la 1965 N.C. EfrcitorHetered lack television. ... ...r.A COMPLETE LINE OFCoapetlcs .. ... .. .
real ,
.things began to happen.
alumal giving Jumped M t percent
SISTER
IESSIE
from little over I1S.OOO Twice Rubber Goods Candles
II ,19(4 to Stt.ltO.9l the following She will ...a41our entire life-past, present and
year. The program has D.rlil Summer.. future. She asks no questions but will tell you Sundries
i bees moving fast ever since what you want to know, giving date and facts d
I la 1987 ALT alumni gave $3$ MADISON N.C. John W. business, love, health and family affairs Will
George t kwrtca,, aura senor t. imograpby SOZ.S1 for a ,7S1 per tealincrease. Dlllard, veteran school principal help.you find lost art. TELL you whom you will PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED1907 -
at Florida AIM i University.- demonstrates the method used la film' There was a $10,500 here, has bees honored marry and when If the one you love Is true, what J KINGS lOAD 3531279Lilly's
Increase la 19CS 1967 twice this K to do be successful Will reunite t
development during a class session of the Advance Technology over summer by the .a.dlsoo to a separated,
Workshop for instructors oa secondary education level. Tbe Morehead, who has had years -Wycdaa City Scliotl locate absent friends' and relatives and causehappiness Store
of fund-raising with Board. between and Make lover's Drug
workshop Is a six-week session designed to provide technical experience man wife. up
skills and professional knowledge for ..-..nle. teachers so the local "Y", and la which A brand new elementary quarrels. 'Tells, U sickness and bad luck are'
each year bin owe camjelpi school, now under construction natural enemies, evil Influence andbadlucluPoej'
that they will know bow to repair service,fabricate or produce '
with the most modera Industrial, equipment and machines and has exceeded Its goal, gives and to be ready for occupancy not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One visit will repay
understand the newest Innovations la methods of teaching and all of the credit to a corps of la early October, has been you for disappointments in all others. I not only read your lifelike
,
volunteer workers the alumni named to his honor I out TROUBLES. Does Coca-Cola
evaluating achievement and performance. Three students paying the John an opeu book, but also help you of your
who live la section W. Dillard Elementary School Come and why when everything
group every see you are so unhappy seems
close attention to Floersch la a class on the preparation are
William B. Haley Opa Locks Uoyd Hadley Ft Lauderdale; of the country-from the The new plant, to be fully Inte to go wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick and worrieb have the taste
and Alphonso Harris Tallahassee.; Atlantic to the Pacific and from grated Is located Immediately when you can be helped everything made clear by consulting .
adjacent to the Madison-Mayo- THE GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody' welcome. NO MAIL
UAW Announces "First dan High School here. ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't mistake address, you never get tired of?
The announcement was made SISTER BESSIE.Is located north Callahan, on U.s. 11,
by V. Mayo Bund/, superintendent 1/Z mile from City of CALLAIiAN, flo.Ua. attune: 879-Z250.
of die Madlsoo-Mayodaa WATCH FOIL LIEF SIGN IN FTOWT OF HOUSE
City Schools Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL Is it always refreshing?

...... The building,considered one of Open daily S s.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays.
to', ..... ...... e < w the most modern to the State, THIS CUPPING ENTILES"YOU TO A $5. READING for $&.
; contains IS classroom An outstanding -
'.' tea'ure Is a circular Do things go better

.. facility of six classrooms for.
,III. I the primary department which with Coke

"+ 'I permits usage of rooms from Your professional beautician '
one to all six. after Coke after Coke?
\ Earlier lids sumner, Dlllard knows the answer. .. ." .,... .. -. ..
... f j who bad served as principal of
1Jerr.rr..Ora..WtrINWIeMpuMafr.MnaghrWr.r.1e
the all-Negro Charles Drew
High School since 1942, was 4.vcN
; .". named principal of the newly wMv.CM.w..AI.., M.pA R.a.CgahM.\N-av&ey '009lilac"
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:1 ;", .:. ;
,,; created Junior high to open to Should every woman '
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September. The school will {'(f'; j'l
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:I ., 'J' serve U the lose Institution be a blonde? J .. '" ....,t.. .. "..t,

\' :, '} .Junior high pupils to Madison p- ,..' t .. .1
:..: '
/ A native ot Greensboro, N.C., I !
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't.10:!{ Dillard Is a graduate ALT
"Ji"" @I State University and holds the Blonde hair, Is beautiful. for those women whose natural coloring .
"Q.
,.." .'.. MA. degree from Ohio State it flatters. But npt everyone should be a blonde. .
... J University Expert beauticians know that complexion and hair color must
complement each other to glamorize and bring out all the natural
Fla. Regents Will beauty that was meant to be. They also I Know that very
Y coarse and dark hair often Is resistant to drastic color changes
Gather For Meeting However, there's no doubt about slightly lighter hair adding ex
citement to woman's
a appearance. And hairdressers know
TALLAHASSEE State Board there is no better product to add a whole new appeal to every
J of Regents Friday scheduled a woman's look than Miss Clairol/ haircolormg-extra rich. Creme.
September 13 meeting for Formula or new extra easy Shampoo Formula
aamtog a successor to the retiring Both Mis Clairol/ products lighten and color at once, com
Florida AIM University pining vibrant new color with the natural pigment of the hair. So
:President Dr., George Core, even those shades that look blonde on white hair (as shown on You know it. It's your best
and to review budget requestsfor most color selection charts) give a variety of flattering red.to-
the next two years golden brown shades on women whose hair was black to begin I refreshment ;
Core's resignation Is effective buy.

September 15. Two of his with.Beauty salons are equipped to answer questions and help quail e v ,
:. .. assistants. Dr. Marion C. with hair color selection.''Depend on your hairdresser to haw II'
Rhaaey,' College of Arts and I' the professional skills and the total family of fine Clairol products .'KItl I' .
Sciences den, sad Dr. Benjamin to make every woman's experience with haircolorlng com .,:'J\ etrotyN "
The BunnotB UAW has set a precedent. MarcUi/ Ivory, atom above with Walter Reuther, ,L. Perry Jr. admlnIstratloa ,. CI ,
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ptetety personal glamorous. you be .a blonde If joudort't 1:' rhutalmath .
President has bees elected director of the Unlonfe West Side Detroit Region 1A. Reuther deal, reportedly are .
know ask hairdresser i
really your expert 6r.1n03et
termed it "a historic occasion to the life of not only our union but the entire I labor movementIn under consideration along with
Ameilca." Regional directors received $21,140 per year. ,Photo By UAW SOLIDARITY. others from out of state. '.Octroi Inc.tar Court/Clairol Inc. IkIs................... r'.uwrw.ua.rwy..wua. !&cksonvlll Hottllng: Co. :

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a The loot of the i>!rt Tbtrtes Is the New look. It's a'romantic
loot, too, with pleats and gathered skirts, and petticoats topoarf
and toe fuller skirts. White collars and cuff, gallant-
looking shirts with billowing sleeves and llttte girl lace bids
on dresses and Mosses mark the return of feminine, white detau

In the. Thirties, this romantic perkiness after the first laundering. I b
loot meant BOOTS at the }
Spray sizing helps put
'ironing board. Today, synthetic back* thin i perkiness! restore M ;
fabrics aad spray Using make body And make ironing easier. T
light work of upkeep. Most synthetics Tour new skirt maybeaburry ILI
I can be laundered with t Iron flat
pleats. pleats on re- ,
quick swish through toes and Terse side. When you're readyto
usually synthetics eat be Bn press the pleats, turn skirt
isbed with little toach-op IronIng. on right side and, using pleat
The we of spray sizing
stitching as n guide, arrange
daring this toIIcJa.", speeds the pleats la groups. Dampen with
.work. Magic spray sizing Is a spray sizing and press fiat.The
scientific coabtaatksi of fabric, spray adds that like-new .
finishing agents design tore'store knife edge and helps pleats hold
: the like-new look aad feel
longer.
to all washables. Spray sizing la different from
But petttcoata, pleats and fuller starch la that it penetrates the
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skirts present new Ironing
Y fibers toglv body to fabrics
.; L.. b yr, k a *problems after the long reign of without adding scratchy stiff Y
the simple sheath.
ness. Spray slzlngdoes not stickto
The gathers yot'll sw in sew
'ewcM. the iron, so you avoid the
.longer skirts should be Ironed
build-t which
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way p
or pressed wen to keep then scorching aDd Qaking. While It generally ralflaas one of the moat neglected eras
wrinkle fre; Hose the point of With spray Sizing you can Iron of the. home, the entrance ball can climb to tilt top rf the eye-
the Ira wD I Into the band with completely dry fabrics without appeal list with Just a dash of decorating.. : FmnUure, an umbrella
,a slow,wlggly motion, working otherwise dampening them.You stand and pictures get the Job done he... lie will
at the narrow end of the board save the dampening time, while console and mirror, part of the new "Va,." collection: by
t for greater freedom. Keep t the yon work without the extra problems roytilll Premier, create an atmosphere of old 'orld charm
temperattra of the Iron low, so of heavy, wet seams. with Spanish design and a resile brown finish. Made of oak:
..:,' -. that yes can work slowly, Iron The new fashions have a wonderful veneers and cabinet hardwoods, the console features embossed,
'J fi ; '... petticoats the same way. romantic new look, and carving, rope mouMlnga and a textured aUtestone! top.
; One of the saddest fates to .
caD help
sizing keep
spray you
,, ;; 1; befall romanOe looking billowy- that "romantic look" looking
sleeved Noises, collars and DM Curls Ladies
: : 'pretty petticoats is tolosetbelrFashieis new much longer. Pepsi

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.y ,'Vi If it's true that one cia womea'a many prerogatives Is changing 1
.-..,.,..., With Zest her mind to match her mood,then Diet Pepil-Cola has come up 1I 1I I
"Ii1f with the I Ideal premium for courting the ladles: A mod "Mood" I
As adam sets in and the sun starts setting earlier and earlier, watch, complete with four gaily colored patent plastic watchbands
;, ti F ". why not have tt set around: yowl Fall fashion (that carry you to red, white, blue and black to match both her mood and
,"' hshlonabry through na active day and Into the early evening ber costume. .
.;..1 have always bar the reline d'etre of JOHN MEYCh OF The watch is being offered traffic in Pepsi ouuetf.. I
I Ir I NORWICH and this year's- Fan Una is no eiceptlon. nationally to Diet Pepsi bottlers Backing up the offer Us whole J
Two of fashion's newest dictates Into every .stitch and this dividend during the summer and fan variety of promotional materials
.I .* sit sad the Pubs is compounded every time montha. A great attraction is Including a nine foot, two .
pert ten to be to many you des n fashion from JOHNMITLR Us price. color pole display, H" M" ,
'variations among temp- OF NORWCH.Witt Although the premium was offered and U" x 11", two-color
Uagty-taOored Fan Use from new adaptations and additions to bottlers la June of this streamers, plus newspaper
JOHN MItER- OF XORWJCH. to tier classic line of year, it Is too early to Judge mats of 1,000 and 1,1$0 lines I
L. eolor-eurotsatsd sportswear, In addition, four 10-second .
Its input However,bnttler demaaos -
Knits are great wardrobe boosters, and these three new patterns 'put he pocket flaps.Rounding oa this trio u a mcCalTs)Wlern, An eye far detail In what nets lingerie aid accessories, yon radio spots nave been prepar* ,I II
art guaranteed to Urt op to hit claim. A lahrd-ltaoz design, designed by Lynn Stuart for Ur. Pints Its highlights Include a JOHN KXTtR OF. NORWICH. seed look no further than JOHN ed. I
teaturea i smooth A-shaped drat plus a Jewel-bdtos Jacket pitcb-pocketed abort )Jacket, cropped to toe waisL with slp- apart twos veX-rtfcfciag to METER OF NORWKBforyour The watch itself measures 1 1I i I
I NtH des tc1js'My. Another, McCall's Pattern also dallied dealt*. Topplni off the dirndl tort lathe Buffs own turtle-teck suede trhmsUng. satf ... note and carefree tail roughly 1111 inches square,
1 by Latrd- n *; Is*two-piece4reaa< which boasts a short-sleeved shirt, dotted with buttons alone the shoulder and up the aides of I Pride wortmaanhnjiUworted ) with black Roman numberala
Jacket over ao easy A-hne .lliLs.lUnco Jacket arc double the collar. Available wherever ItcCalTs New York Designers' denoting the hours. The handsome
rows of buttons which start at the lapels and tnrel downward Collection Plus Patterns are sold. gold cast Is a fitting
Tit ltcn leftrscs
match for most of mlladys
? Jewelry.
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OPEN SUNDAY" endorsement of the ,' -NJ. t
watch. According to Charles A, OfOikolocy.IU'UIW'

Thomas, group Product Manager ?' Her an>.
V A.rvt. ..10 6 P.M. T: for Diet Pepsi,the"Mood" few eufgcatioM tor improving
,in the arlrnliAr nir>
..ali watch should be a great' trend your rating |
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"Pepai-Cola's traditional appeal frUla SaffctlUall. For
HICKORY
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who think young and the many mini-uh1M. (.Ualnnttype
"Mood" watch Is right la step *) M you can. They don't
., SMALL SIZES with toda,'* mod fashions and allow for a ..aparimM lpHm
....Ira '. with
ReiJac heavy )
clothing. We expect a fcage popular
PICNICS 'Vfe4PLB. light sunny oars and fur con-
response to this premium tuners lue open-wraw' ....JL..*.
offering and only hope we can: Clean the ilenu you stun: then
39c r'J keep up with the anticipated de- wrap In plastics ...(. for their fall
.... .
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f Commenting on the merchandising Spruced ua far RUMaerT .
possibilities of the II H'a ...... find, lake. the
."Mood" watch Thomas was l IU'I.[ I'al.'*! *+*Jt .
very enthusiastic "1st Mood gull and oVhri.V J WESTERN CENTER CUT watch cube: used u tit self- out 8w what..'pfaway a] :);-'( ,

rTB liquidating premium, building ""t. Then fill! .
both sales and traffic for stores. '
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PORK CHOPS
dealer-loader, la a Sweep. and warmw.trr.
,raw stakes,u a drlver.ulm...'. Apply ;
RICAN ..tm'ohitDt back to tachlon by SACONT far with a mail.hru.h"rgrongr.
'Fan ... TtowaMretwnsBdSeeom7pace tthlghatyMon incentive or u a radio giveaway .
a hlgh-eoDared dress ablate with fJowera. The secret to ttsseatatlom Usa These arc Just a to cfcan.Siraw r4'.--
law of the many exciting ways >and Antikiritr flrr,JIMV all
jyaimte design cut from wrists free Ciella. Sun
Sandals by PaspagUlo Available la_sun-powered yellow to which to merchandise the at miniature awn. TrmiwJoiu narrU-n wild it n.inlii.,,,.,.a,
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::- .. 'She{ ; "' t."llafJf' to meal \ ami creative -. :
pSarajing
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Coo1u Rosauf
Llnicrrinir sultry aummer ':J. SOOT]
days make one jrarn for any .."($)
oanln In the hot ilraert. hints
The nolutlnn.; rising like a If g ASSISTANT
mirage, can be an Icy cold bot-
tliof 11 Tah, the refreshing soft .' ;, () '
\I'-t IY /( CARNATION
rink that aoothes the dieter b) '/ ,\ QriDI NOME If IVICt OIRtCTOIPeik
having HO few calorien. with "
c'tn Tab, w'hy not try the following I .. ;
with home
for a tempting eyeappealingmeat t tip Spinach n nixfial new twist. The
that will\ lift' your spirits I r economist nt Cnmntion Compare suggest serving
Immenwh without expanding t.4 .. Spinach and rjrjrs Florentine. ,This Imtvejrctahle'
the *'-rtlinr: \ ... ". r. dull i Is topped with n xmoolli tump-froo sauce made ,
+ # The convrnlpnre frozen turkey ....
tolls are ideal for either .. "" with anointed milk. Do In it soon
luncheon or dinner. Just follow ,.
t. ,. irr
'S S direction on the narkage for .. : } '
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proper rooking when done .y
4 pour off drippings into am.1f _,.. ",, ;
saucepan and matte an elegant 'l.; '

(serve'url'.lI8ur.a compote.. With of the freah turkey fruit', .... \' : ; Ja

.slices(melon), balls bread;\ peach sticks and from plum diet ',...---- .d ..
bread crisply toaated. Add .. j "
baked or boiled baby aquaah '" .. \
r.- cooked l In chicken bouIllon. Theoverall "
t count, Including Tah J7 /
will not tally more than 225< ,_
calories, a delicious meal well +W 1
within the diet limit. '
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OIRRY: HA11FDrippings :
from turkey mil ,
Vk milk
cup I 1 I
I IH% tablespoon teaapciona curry flour powder RM width l |IIT_, Place on rookii .I i NAKED RAIN !4Q"A"U i'"A {
U teaspoon garlic ponder sheet, in iSi'F torn until A bah, yellow\ rmnknnkKnuanh
1 of water browned on'all ,idea s about 5 1
cup .
q ti grape, minute Nntr Rivail ..uIn I chicken Ixiulllon\ ruin .ter
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shavedaeedieaa
l I email |ipra| miller dC'l'I.0 I cup warm water
Combine flour with milk.curry rat no much hived. awning nail SPINACH AND EGGS FLORENTINE ','
powder garlic powder and Wash squash and place 'In
water. Stir well Into dripping I *I Hit. IT COMilllh baking illxh' : hiiwilvr uillnn (Make 4 ncwlng .'
from roasted tut key: Cook until With the imr t>'BnMM>n mmauHng cube in water and |mur avow 2 2.ouM.
I cups (2 packrtt 1 undiluted Camatkintvaporsttd
slightly thickened over medium KmnlnK: ) drained hot cooked cup
"heat, about 6 minute 'I, U-rnwIon and rsntnluup.| Mire unit: Cxmr and plarc in SWrKin trortn chopped spinach Milk
Z M. Add grape and heat. Serve ii>a e over.aliced turkey mil. fruit in wawtn or canned fruit from 2(, in W mlnuti 4 ems
Sprinkle. with a little "',_a These may almt be cooked, In 2 tablespoons finely I.2 drops hot pepper sauraVi
DIET tlRFjUl STICKS; I for a nippy, fiwljr la Mr. Keep| a naurrpnn on top of the rmnjrf.Makm chopped onion cup grated, proeattAmarican
Cut diet bread slices Into fln- '1'lJr..rat..1 until arMinit tlnl4'ftJhwithfood. I R wninira. J tablespoons melted butter cheese

1 tahbttpoon flour 1 tablespoon finely chopped
VV teaspoon tilt pimiento '
1V4 cup trash bread tub** J

Place hot spinach In buttered! 10x6x2.Inch hnklnff rtlch i
ly Miry RtrRtttfi. O Make 4 11I'I"I'II"lnnll In spinach large enough to hold mirRg ,

SunUCSrt, greenery, and neatly aciied foraUurt art tbe InfrtdlwiU In the $ward-wlnNn( know Popeye's apln- I It to KweHm fraprfniiL Add has been used as a food topping Break raw rgcn one Hi time Into each d..prl'llrlon.
recipe: for this deUfUful dining am. Althoacb limited In aloe, the room take on a fresh, ac-hDldw you a fraud? There are. molaMM to bn>f' and dark molamea aa an Ing red!. Saute nnlnn In I tobletpooa batter. Add flour and Mil, Rllr 1
airy look with t large corner window and the abundant tae of both lira and arUflclal planU. many other foods richer In energy stew,pork chop. vnt But you may usa light and until well Mended Gradually add undiluted Carnation
Adding.to the openness of the room ire a 41-Inch decorator chlni adaptable to virtually any producing Iron beef liver, r d canned gravy, dark New Orleans molaaaes In. Evaporalrxl) Milk, Worcoaternrilre and hot popper MOW.
smell wail area, and a bouble-duty round table, appropriate for rimes at)tll is dlnlaj whole. ,apricota,ntga, J appleeauce rice puddlnf aM taut trrchanirMMy buds decide. ... and let your Conk over low heal until thickened and smooth. Kllrrlnr
Featuring a formal uncluttered look, the SpanUb fornlrart Is from the "Uontego" collection and lettuce FUN, raWnn WITH, lean FOOD beef DM It to flawham Why ahould you prefer molaMH4 ronManlh. A'd cheeae Stir until melted Stir In plmlcnto
by the Lenoir House DtrUloo of DroytUl Farnlture-todostrUs. Design ftitores Include. a new regular feature will auptilv and ae an to other sweeteners? Becauae Spoon wmre m eggs and aplnnrh ('omhlnbl'l''''' and
a dimensional caned effect and a dark pecan finish. many urinating facts and lev errant top. you're sliding Iron aawellaa remaining 2 tablespoons melted butter. Sprinkle nn top of
tating let.... Today: after school pick Pint,up*,. And serve the for flavor If Popeya'a\ spinach.. future Duke In mwlerMe oven (375' F.I 25 to V)minute or
The Manrekws Molasses Story
I Kitchen Fasten Fillers Moat molaaae produced In the children moUrnM milk ahakea._' probably canned Innmols..It until) rppn are sin
Hotpom Introduced the lint BLLouU day Prior to this time ilea U.8A cnmea from New Orleans, Traditionally IIlhmoI r SlIM IY:hied In t'AA fMt 1
range
1.-0'door combination .retry Ian 1(10 by nGeorge AHughea Irtclty was used axclualvely for equeeaed from rich Louisiana I
Benton In 1M7.Hotpolnt who became the first Uthting and generated only Inline auger cane In early' Americamolaaaea ____ 4
president of Kotpotnt. evening meant aa much to the
waa the lint apply pioneer aa bread and potatoe t
ante manufacturer to offer a One cI the natlon'a largeat The Drat patent Issued on an The frontiersmen knew very little "YOUR DOllAR
refrigerator on wheela. makere Hotpolnt to electric iron In the United about vitamin and mineral;,
appliance
It hunt BUM war In IM.but the tint they ate molaaM beauty H rrt
for product
named a
The lint commercial electric manufactured atnoe 1$31an practical Iron to be marketed added flavor. sweetened .
notes ever produced In this electric flat Iron which featured war In IK by Earl It. Richardeon. and becauae It gave them energyVeraaUUty IUYS MORE AT
country were, ao&d in Butie. "hot point." Site Iron became famous al Gee
,Mont., In 110. They were built a Tbe first practical etoclrle for Its "hot point." Modern. houaewlvea' are MOWrediscovering" +
by the forerunner of the company Iron war developed by Efcrt H. otolaaaee aa a 'w YOUR IANNER
which today produce The electric dUhwaaher was riulhtloua way to add flavor to
Rlchardaon, an electric power I fooda. The home
pioneered and developed In convenience
.-Hotpmnt, ..appnance a 1faw1 elation auBertnl xJ nt In OnUrto. UlMttyiJtotpokaU* alao emaei4ata' f Br \tlabbti eotaatf a, i 'OlAN111Y> "
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FASHIONS AT A GLANCEBy Off To Nassau WORLD OF

: NtW A... IlltO CAHPCTe AND ftUO t t> Entertainment I I I
I LINOLEUM ALL eiZtX12 MATTIE SMITH COLIN r-Nr: 1 if

:fg SPECIALS 12X12 Once upon a time, black or red currently Ia nuking big fashion '
And Cries
12.95 Hues
lace news abroad and in the United
6X9, 12X15 was Identified with flamenco RAGE Wilfeapy WIL-
13.95 For BLACK ,
dancers. dowagers,
? -V PRICE
GalER and
' 'Statei.. LUlL H.
" the color of lace were NEGRO
LINOLEUM CITY pay PRESS INTERNATIONALPEARL BASIC
Published by
and beige-the 'mother of the It's young and flattering because M. C08BS:
SPECIAL Cut To Your Room Site bride wore the latter two.,.and of the way it Is used, and AT PEARL BOOKS, Inc., New. York; 213people

. L'j ARMSTRONG Cushioned Floor Now $2.00 A Yard 'the Bride traditional I white for the want popular to with look older young..and women withyoung who i pp.; $5.95B1aek ID the United

womenl STANTON, Mo.-NPl-PearI have, for the past threeyearn
1 tlJ.. lfl-tHtatt tau N.W, 7TH AVI. MIAMI" But fashions now not only Bailey was the star performer, States .
tlotln&looUn&butnlag
Lace fashions, because of the by
MAMAOCN .7.-oU clung by the season but also
mistress of ceremonies, dedicator killed,
I chance in other ways.laceif .unique use of ruffles, scallops, at the killing, and,being
and dedicatee
tncreasing
: colors and cUtter buttons and produced an eter-
buckles, on after-fire coca Meramec Caverns recently.: awareness and concern about
r tumes, add sparkle to the party The star of "Hello Dolly" was the nation's racial problems.
I I'I scene.. JOD Und for the dedication of a There are, however, two
J Chantllly lace 1s especially room named after her In the nnjor theories volced-by
I III beautiful for glamorizing even caves, and brought along the those woo"study"the reactions
lag wear, whether pastel,beige, entire company for the event: of<< black people-as possible
black, or white or a vivid color. l t'i She 1s the first entertainer to beso explanations to this intensified
For daytime wear, cotton bee honored. black: anger and its attack on

Is favored, especially white.. i racism.
and then there is the lace bath- REACTIONS One of the theories is that the
lag suit-* long sleeted white leadership and accomplishments
see-through lace shortle coat LONDON-(NPI-A new film of the late Dr. Martin
with a racial theme-The Burning Jr. lined the
over a white cotton swimsuit Luther King ,
... -4tt or bikini..and you can go near -Is currently playing the spirit, hope, and determination.
; the water, because the lace is Curton cinema, and it 1s the of black: people to betgota..
specially treated! _production 27-year-old former before bows lie showed W-
Aii Cambridge law student. followers the society could be
BABY DOII ... The film concerns awhile South made to change, could be mule
I African boy, his grandmother, to give recognition freedomand
CAGE The mini-skirt goes golfing.... ;;-!')- and her Cap Coloured servants, equality.
It has been officially adopteC & and their reactions to u African Black anger, armed force,
SWIM SUIT by women golfers .t uprising. The author, Stephen rioting burning, etc., they
Mr. and Mrs. Loonle VeReenSt,of 2022 Dean Avenue, Miami. Frears says, ''I wanted to realise, shock and I r lellt II
... are shown biddingBoa Voyage before taking a cruise aboard show the Intricate relations, white American who grow
Jw the popular steamship 8,$. BAHAMA STAR, sailing from Pier not Just between black and whit concerned and want something
6,94 At the Paris Christian Dior 2, downtown Miami. With the Bahama Star tied right at the dock but black andcolouredaswen." done. .With both races doing
& ;r showings recently: hemlines in dowulovn Nassau, U was easy to shop, swim und slghtsee something blacks say they can
& II \ \ remained two Inches above the and also to enjoy the native lI&tfthatl.ntertalnmfrt.! All meals THEATRE CRAFTS soon get the Immediate.
>& \ knee, but jackets dropped to were eaten In the dining room aboard the Bahama>> Star, their .' -
tech like 0 "llvlno llw In '!:4J Wft xyy wrist or fingertip length...and .. floating resort hotel BRIDGEPORT, Ccmn.-CiPO-. Blued on the doctors' pro-
ihli criip ey+lM l Inge trimmed there was one for any boar..da- The state of Connecticut: has fesslonal work with black
swim ivil, *lih the "peek obee" 't'ViTX lSSSsi time and city wear. set aside $104,000 to teach patients) and on their lives u
The longer for threatre crafts to the under Hack men In this country, the
HatV. fhli thevkfd colon Mni In lee.! were gray flannel or South Africa privileged In the Bridgeport book Is a good, and perhapsthe
heavy wools..AU: styles were area. Called Touthbrldge, the first significant, analysisof
ero/n colon of luictoui lime, I belted and lined with bright projecte get underway bow the suffering, grief, and
M pretty pink, tieeuiiful) bl'/e. 'colors or muted fall shades and. Jams Tanzania September i, U the Klein Memorial hatred of black people tarns
size 10 lo J!. I JT7 1 :lots and lots of gold avdltorUm under the direction Into black rap

THIS IS- JUST ONE Entire sections of cocktail If the yellow fever mosquito, authoress-directress.of June Havoc, actress-Workingwith Where living! conditions offer

OF THE MANY STYLES sheaths were "paved' U goldDreu Aedes aegyptl, U around your Radio SpecialDAR the youngsters betweeatbs no real hope Improving one'slot.
de"klDfo1i
and where the person's -
s ,. ON SALE AT THIS .sequins. borne, the State Board of Health acof 11 and 20, win be pro has not prepared him
lengtbcoabtopcedittie
warns (hat you or your neighbor fessionals. There will be 20
LOW, LOW PRICE! t dresses belted with fabrics or may have" grown them. Their ES SALAAM-(NPQ-, workshops with Instruction tot ue ordeal puny differed
thongs tipped goldl..Thert effective flight range 1s about South Africa, fearful of a' U design side effects-collectively ,called
given lighting, scenery,
mental Illness< gold buttons --plenty and! gold one Wok black revolt against Its ultra-
ee' yt embrolderlesl business management,, Dr. Grier and his associate
,
? segregationist regime hasbegun costuming music and other *
I also discuss: the miasma of
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Intensive of the ,
Jamming specialties. racial hatred that envelope*this
: powerful Radio Taatanla Afri .
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i .. call "Voice of Hope",to millions -' ,CABARET SHOPPING country, wty It exists, and what
wtll happen lilt is not soon
"- .w of blacks under
\
: PHONE 7591907AL'S living i
dispelled. ;
a "'.I\'IUi'I white minority rule U Southern PARB ((NPl>-Havlng tailed
NiMi The Issue of mental Illness
; IIrr ..;: UPHOLSTERY Africa. la attempts to keep her chateau among black people discussed
.$* Radio Tanunla daily beams
icnrreTiTTtiTm tit Dordogne Josephine! Baker the book ls by far the most
English and African language 'toast
U11 the of Paris-bu alarming of all the topics.Driving
DECORATORS programs from Dar to South been looking over vacant cabarets .
11 rm n i f n iTrrnrnnnri nTiTrrnyrmTrrm 1i11 g Africa, South-West Africa, a people mad producing In
and bar-restaurants: with them such and hatred
anger -01
Rhodesia Motamblque and Angola aa Idea entering the cabaret
: to muke them If destruction
Il\P&'lIA II
Al TRESYANT $509 N.W.(7TH AYEHUE from its powerful Communlst -, business. U she ell find the -1s genocide.
China-built transmitter right place, she will be sidedIn
Indifference
The and
NOW BURGER MANAGER HUH I, FLORIDA 33127 .whose signals "have beet the new deal by her sister.Mrs. by white ignorance people, or lack of concern
picked up as tar away u Margaret Wallace, who about the "a/stem" of
Australia and South America.The ,will be la charge of the "1OU1lood" conditions pointed
\ near-slavery
l\ r CASTLE broadcasts seek to mo- concession.
otberaeeountaol'bIat
out In this and
,.
null Lose Your Hair" bill black Africans &a.the
existence show clearly
J freedom fight under the Joint NEW TV FACELANUONNPQisd
: little has beu40Clt to free blackpeople
O HW 7th AVENUE UseVAL'S sponsorship of the Tanzanian In the last 100 years tt
\S7 government and the OAIPs African a week
w :: SUPER-GRO Liberation Committee. ago Barbara Blake, a 64 arrival white seems Americans more than can Ironic be that to
'
South Africa too, has been in England from Jamaica,
alarm and shocked at the
NEW J Hair Conditioner doing a public relations Job became the first West Indian starvation of blacks In Blafra,
1t : ) through Its Radio RSA.beams
: girl with a regular spot on when blacks In many parts of
11r many hourly programs dally to British television. Miss Blake their own country are dying
: 3 Months Sappl lly $1.50 independent Africa,replete with 1s a member of the cast of the similar conditions.
-'::I : AGIAXTTHEAT subtly slanted news and political "Today Show" on Thames TV, under Perhaps the best answer ever
I comment backing its policy of a dally event chaired by Eamonn .
given to the question, and Indeed
: 'SIR LUNCH 0 LOT' Order Direct .' : rigid race separation and restrictions Andrews. She acts as straight the message of the book,

po Africans reporter and interviewer 1s given ,by U.S. Senator Fred

FRIED CHICKEN J.Chtaon'seutr Cuter I Harris the forward.The Senator
a mum*r. of the Pr sl-
w 'HONI 707-ano dent's National Adrlsory Commission

1.. DINNER 3 PIECES OF CHICKEN 'COLE FIlEMOt SUW fRIES ROLU 97< 9954 N.W. 2Slb Arra Miami) Fla COOPER'S REUPHOLSTERYPick what black on people Civil Disorder want: tells'

-....to do what ail people
'. I 2. BOX of 9 Pieces of Cfclckii 210 everywhere nvjrt da it they are
to develop fully-to find Identity
HARVEYSWIGS Up 'And Delwry Service a sense of worth to relateto
3. BUCKET 15 Places of Chicken 375 I2VO N.W. 04iH .,..., others, to lon, to work, and
GtO. WltUAMS. Man, MIAMI" fkOHlpA to create.

4. BARREL, of 21 Pieces of Chicken 4 95

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JUMPING JACKS County Commissioners

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,,--:" r."' ''',.. ."."... .. .. ...... .... .. Nathaniel Dean to the
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::, ::::::: :.:.. ':; MIS, HARVEV4 Board. .
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::. Dean U the first Negro ever
......,.".......__. ........ ,..... \OGwi TL Order Direcl..i As Shown appointed to the board.
1'0..'... ..cr,0"-.1 ,IB Plc ; re..AII 100 % Huron Hair "'Ib1IIIIUU another step for-
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,.. ; 4-Cl1lLDIrEN Earl: M.Star net,who
., '" :I Gel Smart Order. Niw. ..... nominated Dean to the. five-
I II member board.

farm TI 111 u rrn iTrarnTnTiT5'.Ti nrrnmnmrm 1111 m i n I ...ORDER LIST.... local Dean, 42. has been active In
political affairs and is
maintenance manager at the
THIS COUPON GOOD
NAME Y' Boulevard Ferre Building. 100 BUcayne

ADDUESS He also 1s a member of the
FOR 20 OFF ON PURCHASEOF Economic
"'" Opportunity Program
CITY_ -_ ,':.:. ZIP-----.STATE SIZES dI/2'yu MISSES SIZE U WIDE Inc. board, president of

111k.---.Urn. GUY'S .t GAL'S FOOTWEAR the Edison-Little advisory River board of the
CHICKEN DINNER COLORS Wk otf -Auburn- Neighborhood
AU Other.Colors Add4lO.OO..Seud money order only, we pay Center of EOPt and a
pw.1 re.J.O.D. Yuu Pay CbeckOW' 32 N. MIAMI AVE. Wf Phooe nZ.'I3O member of the South Florida
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EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP 1 Northeast A._Ir Democrats Increase

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I NEGRO PUSS; : INTERNATIONAL .
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GENERATION t:; : ; .
AWAYWASiNGTONNPi.Msnr "Y if
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northern city seboolsslelftlilia' : '..j' .
have to' wait unto the next generation before Integration can be '. : JACKSON A black irtwhlti'' Mississippi dfol'1"'tlM tt the
made a reality, according to Wilbur J. Cohen, HEW secretary. rJ' I National DemocratlrCnnvtntlrth in Chicago Ihh. Aufust Just
"1 think we hare to be realistte..we have a lot neighborhoods ( ..:' might push the supposedly sir-tiFhl\ an white r."nip away from
that are going to be completely bbck..tf we can have good the convention floor, according l h. Apnkcsmen for Hubert H.

schools and good police protection In such areas, maybe that's Humphrey and for Senator Eugene McCarthy.On .
better than having fear and riots...and \ '
maybe another generation t August 12, in Jackson, for "systematic mlatinn."
will have to deal .
wltlliniegratlon. i, Miss., a Loyalist delegationof Georgia, Michigan, Alabama,
'POSTHUMOUS HONOR rlT 22 Negroes and 22 whites, Connecticut Washington and
; formed and decided to challenge -, Pennsylvania might fare
Mississippi's regular opposition.According.
NEW' YORKNPI.Tbe Seaboard World Airlines has announced delegation. Racial balance was to the latest news
the establishment of t scholarship fund for Negro students T : vital In the election. This new release oltheDemoeratlc'Nltlonal
In memory of Captain August Martin, black pioneer lacommerlcal organization claims thai the Committee through.
aviation, who lost his life In a plane crash lad i regular delegation Is denyingthe Negro Chairman Louis Martin
July 1, wbUe delivering emergency relief supplies for Blafra.: r .' Negro fair representation. of the Democratic National
Selected to handle tile Martin scholarship students Is Blair The regular Demos hue named Committee more than 300
r AeadPm", Blatrstown, N. J. aS three Negroes to their 46- Negroes will be official performers
e ,member delegation. Two have at the convention.
BOOKS FOR POOR quit and Joined the Loyalists There are 17S delegates, 125
} Senator Walter F. Mondale ofMlnnestoa alternates, three times more
> DETROIT-(NPI-A $100.000 donation has been received n co-chairman: of the than in the Atlantic City confab.
t, the New Detroit committee- coalition of business and civic United Districts for Humphrey Negroes will come from 35

students purchase textbooks for some 14,000 sixth grade setup, said that, while Humphrey states, D.C. and the Virgin
o 117 schools, generally In pool black areas of the is supporting the cause of Island. Michigan will have IS
V city. The donation is an attempt to encouragnctl..a K In G... com / 4 the bi-raclal unit, he Is not -20 delegates and 15 alter
&;, inanity Iwork toward Improvement of, the city sclioJs. w4/ Y tI-41 conceding any southern states. nates, the largest number ever.
,. Jig Hearings will begin on August Louisiana leads with II
", FIRST "TRIO" ; 19 In Chicago. The Integrated, Negroes nine delegates and

6PHILADELPHIA.NP1) challenging group, will be recognized four alternates.
Glrard College's first black students In the hearing Tom A record will be set as to
will be Theodore Lewis Hicks, Wlngale Riley and William' Reston, charge rlMcCarth,' the participation of Negroes
Lenry Dan.. The trio have qualified and win begin their studies credentials arrangements; on the agency. On August I
a when the fall semester starts September 11. The school fought said, "1 don't believe the party reports from 19 states show
t bitterly to keep Its founder's provision of "attendance by poor will want to seat another lily- that 44 Negro delegates have
white orphans only" but last May 20, bowed to a Supreme Court white delegation" Other challenges been given assignments.'

edict to integrate .. will be supported, according Thirty-six women are delegates
-- to Reston. The Tens and 20 are alternates.
ct. SEPARATE RITES A veteran Northeast Airlines pilot pelt) Is shown putting Craig aa a pilot by Northeast Airlines and becomes the first Negro to delegation Is under criticism
!t' Flowers through his pees. Mrs Flowers has..Just. been hired hold this position with the company. *

f DALLAS, Tens(NPT)-What appeared to be a color line "

was drawn In the graduation exercises of black: and white senior Chiciio YWCA "Unsung Hero" Honored YOU DON'T RAVE TO CO TO TOWN TO 6U
.\ summer school students, according to a report made by Dr.
t Emmett J Conrad, first Negro memt," of the school: board.it Pleas Hotors
Black students received their diplnnus In exercises at Roosevelt'
'/I High School, while the white stnfents went to South OaV Cliff LOW PRICESDRUG
High Schoc. For Misician

CHICAGO (NPT) -Taking
INnGJUTEORNOAD>
( a cue from one of MaballaJuUoD'S STORE NEEDS
best recordIngs
-known
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WASHINGTON. -(NPO. A choice Is being given the stale the Woodlawa YWCA
colleges throughout the nation-either Integrate or lose federalaid. ,
The Health, Education: and Welfare department, armed with "moved up a little higher" by Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store
statistics, baa decided to launch an aggressive effort to have kicking off a major drive to Y b"a WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN VOW LOCAL
build the Mahalla Jackson Youth ; 1: PAPERS.
We deliver. We also
the colleges Integrated beyond token numbers Its chief weaponIs Pavilion. fill all Doctors Prescriptions.

the power given it under tbt IKt Civil highs! act to cutoff The YWCA also announced a r'j
aid whererer discrimination Is detected.BIGGER ,
dinner at the Palmer House
November 24 to salute the Dixie
: ROLECHICAGONPI.A Pharmac
gospel singer. .
belief that Negroes should hive a bigger The pavilion will be a wing F H
role In running Catholic schools In black parishes, was aired of the $>.$-II1UUoa center going
by Jotbau Aires, president Martin Luther King "'Jlllfa'.ltl- up at 62nd Street and Drexel J// 1312 RINKS lOAD AT -MYRTLE

cue, recently. He Is Insisting that the parish schools hive more Avenue.
than a token number of black Instructors and sdmlnlictrallve More than 100 community Pedant 353-551
beads. leaders and YWCA members

have pledged themselves to PAY TOUR II.IT HATER AND
NOT TO BLAMEI raise $200,000 to meet construction ,
e costs of the pavilion

NEWBURCH, l'f.T-' t. ,.boar4 '..member thinks the state education: commission Is being \ s ( '> v 1
unreasonable In ordering the board to correct racial troba lance. Kick
The physician: In asking the board to balk again! the commission's VietRWN J4

ruling, pleaded, "defacto: segregation results from con, _
ditlons outside the control of our school board..>n attempt W Veterans Face
Impose nothing more than a social experiment on the children Gin & Tonic?
Is certainly arbitrary and capricious." UNSUNG IERO-New York civic leader Lawrence E. Lucas receives the UOantlne's Scotch
Opposing OddsNEW "Unsung Uro" award for outstanding community service from "21" Brands' Dan Chelfets,
STALEMATE left, and John Enoch. Winners are selected by the editors of the Amsterdam News, nation's
YORK-{NP-OM bun- largest Negro paper. Lucas, a successful Queens businessman, was saluted for setting up a
NEW ORLEANS- (NPQ-Tbree I.ouIsluaand1uIu day dred thousand black soldiers self-help Jol, educational program with Office of Economic Opportunity backing for residents
trkts were unable to gals approval of the U.S. Court of Appeals have returned to this country of Ms community.
for the Fifth circuit: for permission to rezone their district: for after serving Vietnam., i
the coming school year. The appeals court let stand a lower The question now at: What's St. Pete's "Zone 13" ,
next for them .nuus.e.nes,1we
t court verdict: holding It would be "Impractical" to replacetreedomd
-cbolce: system In time for the ..6.... school Many are returning to the sam ateAle
t )'Uf. old Jim Crow, lack of job op Police Plan Is Unfair AUTORADIATORS
portunltles, and bad housing
: SWAP IS ONINDIANAPOLSNPI.At they've always known. NEW ORLEANS-Tbe common disease ofthe south, Segregation
But most of them are not willing took another beating last week when the United States Fifth District

", least one Negro teacher will be to pot up with the same Court of Appeals ruled that"a police pollc)", common In the $ 1 w.,. A.t .
assigned to each of 110 elementary schools, and more white old discrimination after endangering South, that of restricting Negro officers: to Negro neighborhoods, 11 hJ r"/ Ills.
teachers will be sent to II predominantly Negro schools, under their lives la Vietnam. onions II, is unconstitutional.: 1..1.4./' ....t
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an out-of-court settlement agreed upon by the city school They demand something better St. Petersburg is the first IS Is Negro. t..ft ...4'l*.tlM.|. W.rtKMf M.Ml .
3 board and the U.S. Justice: Department. The agreement will -and not getting it.The conflict target of this conclusion Tbe court hit at the policy: of '"< HfUf.,
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go la effect when school opens next month, and will affect between their expectations and Twelve Negro officers there limiting the one NegroSergeant, :
t 1,100 black teachers la the system's total 4,100 Instructors.i : realities Is likely to aggravatethe filed suit against the city attacking Samuel Jones, to sa all-Negro ARLINGTONRADIATOR ,
problem of racial dis '.)
assignments policies command. The court heard a t
content. and other segregative denial on segregation la police: Mil
b Miles Receives MAICNICK III 1111
College In an effort to help black veterans
: practices.: This latest, and unprecedented hea uarter..
the Veterans administration ruling reversed a The Court concluded: ,"NothingIn
Ford F'I. 1t1R Grads through its 20 new Veterans decision of a District Court what we say is intended to MAIN STREET Y.
Assistance centers that such arrangements were .suggest that the Negro officers: RADIATORMAIN .S *p" rY .
Dr. L.H. Pitts recently announced that Miles College had received across: the nation Is soliciting for the "benefit of administration on the police: force of St. Peters- AT 41.4 74$-1111

a $354,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to establish applications first: time for la assistance Us 40-year for of duties burg,. sbouldbe given Print .*.,..' ."<* I"J
<: a development office and to strengthen a frestm** studies the However, the Appeals Cou local treatment. They nbU MII Grtn ftoirjSEAFOOD .. t
pro:ram. 7beateders to Judges ruled that "U policy ) only. what they seek, v1't rs
art designed
efficiency were an end In itself .airy.
:., Tin freshman program la directed uany product the necesuryrevenue help "dlsadvantaged"veterans, the police: would be free "
by Dr. John Macro who needed for faculty: expansion even more than others to put an accused on the rack.
.4 last year resigned his post u additional a ca d v mlcdevelopn Centers officials contact ve Police: efficiency must yield to awazrawne mon Make it
dean of lUrnrd College, Bar- MJIt office: will event terse telling them of theopportunities constitutional rights." perfect
Yard University to accept: the ually produce the necessaryrevenue available to them St Petersburg is one of the CENTER
Miles asslen l.Ttoe program needed for faculty u veterans and giving them Job southerns bastions of prejudice .,"
144 N MYRTLE AVE EL 4 14(1
win stress remedial work la expansion, additional academic tOI titia
thin which: has never assigned a
English, but win also Includethe nd physical facilities, But Is far from enoughto Negro to other than "Zone IS,"
social and natural sciences.: IDer..sed'taclnt services/. -' solve the problems of black the Negro area. COAT WHITING trttru Y
development office.pre special programs, etc. .I veterans retuining to communities The court does not condone u.oIANcy TROUTb r .d da
2ieently coat C
directed Frank Dukes, By the end of the'18-10 school where ball the population making assignments becauseof MUUITerikwvirw 39SHUUHIAP C .lllI"W 16.1 6 9
assistant la Development and year, the development office Is either underempolyedor race. "It is clear, however, |11:1: SNAPPER lbsroTs
\ director of Alumai Affairs. expects to yield a minimum out of work.
ii that, with due respect for the CATFISH
The Ford grant will mab Itpossible $2,000,000 additional revenue
faith of the chief
for the development to the college, with a full-timo Twin Elected Head his good opinion that Negro: police officersare : KINCFISH CflC "..." '..* .....,*.<
e office to hire additional staff. staff consisting of development STEAKS 19c
office machines and director better able to police Negro FLOUNDER UU"1/ sin 5HArrla IV.TM ,
secure director, alumni public Of National Dentists citizens cannot: justify the
equipment and to greatly expand relations and publicationsdirector blanket ...n fl. I IlAINTPtSI4 (
assignment of all Negroes
: and strengthen Us fund raising : records and research HOUSTON-(NPI>-Or. James and no.lOA '
program which: has Increasingly: clerk, secretary: and an omc.IDIJIIpI' C. Wallace.: Jr., has been Installed U. only Negroes. to Zone GREEN LOBSTER lb. $1 130 r
become the level which: all tea as 56th President of the
plus parttimework
St. Petersburg has 254 .... '
colleges and universities must study students. National Dental Association.: policemen w. i init.' run I.l"y IUn. ra"Io

-, turn in order to keep up with The development office BOW Dr. Wallace, who will serve There-14 are of sixteen them are Negroes.Zone I '3Scagv
(,. .the rising cost of education.A located: la Williams Ball will tile 85-year-old 1.200-mem- zones.\ STEAK 89'
well-organised, adequaterJi ,- soon move to the third floor her organisation for a year, FILLET ,.
staffed, and fully-equipped of the administration building 1II&IDtaInJ.. office la Chicago's Teachers FederationWill .
e.!.*. CwMiM raps '1 ," wh.e
developmoot office: will erect- ware three lar ge caurooms Lawndate district.A S180
a. are In the process: of being '1944 graduate of Mebarry CRABMEAT lb. Extra
renovated Into a suit of four Medical College, the general Honor Leaders OVUlIl ; Seagram's
Yale chooses Negro offices, a conference room, practitioner is currently a I 1.25. N.w./Pint $1.50 ta, /rant Pint I ,
work room, reception: room and member of the specialidvlsory: ATLANTA Mayor Carl F.. Extra
AssisfMf To Dew library. The cost of renovationIs committee to the American Stokes of Cleveland and Congressman SINUINILOBSTER. 6INVINI thnj
estimated at approximately Fund for Dental Education: on John Conyers of the MEAT ':4.::. T I SHAD ROE .t. ?5cTnMkl .r.w w s _r.Icn
k ..,..
KEW HAYEK, Conn Yale $10,000 and the office is Negro Scholarship Programs State of Michigan: are scheduledto "

'e. TJUverstty has announced the scheduled to to completed by The committee is concernedwith be recipients of honors at ....4.if* ANIn4SHRIMP -.
frffrM" of Paul B. Jones, the middle of September.The encouragiogaldsupcortag the annual convention of the x
.. a Negro neater of the class work Is being dons by Negro students who undertakethe American Federation of Teachers .4-4. it .100 Ib. Seagram's Extra'DijI.Me perfect martins
of 1961 u assistant to the Dean the R.L. Jones Cc tnctlOD. study of dentistry.Theresa here. I .
of UndergraduateAffalrsforllM: critical shortage of black: dentists Mayor Stokes was supposedto I tuciu inmiiii' coum. iTC it tiaorViitiiui intt* 1115 tvintiii! ll..
coming year. ** **** la this country. give the keynote address. !

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Bftthtme's ,Power Makers Tennessee's News :::
Helping The Negro College'In ::: Sports

I 1 Will Bring Many Victories x Merrill Eyes

1! Six returning ill conference:. players thirty-three returning HANK'S DAYATLANTA
veterans plus fifteen 'good looking prep school prospects will Other Teams k _(NPI)-Outfielder Hank Aaron,one of baseball's
''i be among more than seventy-five gridders onthe BethuneCookman all-time great sluggers will be honored by the Atlanta" Braves
College training field September 1. NASHVILLE -Coach John A. and his fans August 23, with an "Appreciation Night for which
Indeed have need
The Braves
made.
elaborate plans are being
Athletic Director and Head vflle, Willie Brown, 6'S" 250 Merritt I of Tennessee State of Aaron's contributions. He has scored 100
to be appreciative
coach Jack McClalren will have pound guard, Pompano and gives the following appraisalof since 1955 to tie former New York Yankee star
runs every year
three weeks to whip them Into Johnny Orr, 6'S" 305 pound the school's opponents in Lou Gehrlg's record in that department. Mayor Ivan AUen of
football for the coming season:
shape for Morris Brown Col tackle Miami. Atlanta honorary chairman of the event.
loge in the season's opener, Other veteran rnnnlngbacks Kentucky pressure; a "tough I Ica
September 28.Improving are Willie Benjamin 210 game,"; Texas Southern, Joe' SLUM OFFENSIVE
t on last seasons pounds. Belle Glade, Samuel May, quarterback Parsons gives College ad* MIAMI BEACH (NPI)- Professional basketball great Wilt
l 5-Z mark was made unexpect Anderson, 205 pounds Pompano dltlonal strength; Chamberlain of Philadelphia has announced plans to set up campin
edly more difficult with the Beach and Stanley Phillips 220 may continue lastyar'sgood the slums to help seU GOP Presidential Nominee Richard M.
tragic drowning of the Cooper pounds, also from Pompano record;Grambling superb Nixon's "Black Capltal1sm"e onomlc program-The Los Angeles
twins, Samuel and Daniel. The Beach. The Headcoach has high passing Quarterback attacks James last Harris year-Is Lakers star said be would set up a telephone "hot line for
brothers who were standoutsat praise for Alfred Heyward of Jake complaints," and would try to obtain funds from the government
Florida AIM V
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flaiJcerback and splltend, Jacksonville Florida who led sharper; and private Industry for small businesses.
GaIther will unleash his blinding
were drowned In Tampa In {he team In the scoring depart-
i June. McClalren expects to use ment with 47 points, although speed, at home (October; VISION GOOD
Sylvester Davis and Kenneth playing sparrlngly in his first 26)); San Diego, win stopper; PITTSBURGH (NPI) Outfielder Matty Anon of the Pittsburgh .
I I I Taylor of Pompano Beach, and year, the 180 pound halfback Aztecs, home games elf, Pirates suffered no damage to the retina of his left eye
Alvin Wyatt of Jacksonville u scored three touchdowns In couage. Tennessee 6 as a result of being struck under the eye by a foul ball of his
replacements for the Coopers. a single game against Allen Last year won bat recently. A specialist who examined Alou,the major league's
3 with ties. Twelve
and lost
All three who were regulars University homecoming con no leading hitter up to the time of the mishap said Matty's vision
lettermen lost. Twenty-
on defense last year were out. test. The versatile letekick.d were was not impaired, although be will be sidelined for about,two
I.Uumn will return.There
standing receivers in high a 45 yard field goal against eight weeks.
have Wen offensive
no
school.A .
Edward Waters College. A fine
car defensive changes. .
160-poandaveraredefensIY. receiver, be Is expected to seea TOUGH SCHEDULE
", line will remain as a bright spot lot of action. TU men have been honored JACKSON, Miss.-(NPI)-The Tigers of Jackson State College
In the Wildcats program. Last Clewls Wright a senior quar this and past Claude year. Eldridge Dickey are the above picture., Dr. Stephen Wright president of the United Negro College Fund, receives win play a rugged nine-game home-and-awly schedule during
year the unit was the number terback from Hastings who ted- Courier Hamphrey All-Ameri a check from Woolworth's vice-president for personnel Robert Young; r1>"'It, u Aubrey C. their 1968 football season, beginning with a homo game against
one defensive team in the nation the conference for three seasons cans.Pittsburgh The same two are North- Lewis (left), Woolworth personnel representative, gets ready to present the company's extra Prairie View College September 21. The Tigers who had a 6-3
for three consecutive weeks. U a punter with a 42.S of Texas for Homecoming
South All-Star Gamers. Sporting gin of 2000. record in 1967, will host Wiley College -
McClalren lost only one man will return U field Southwestern Athletic
I average and will host battle such rugged
drafted( a 270 pound tackle general for the Wildcats. He U did N e Time w s applauded Magalne.Humphrey Humph, Beta e's Football Mentors Conference opponents u GramblingSouthern and TemSouthern
by the Miami Dolphins)
will be backed up by Jimmy Universities, and Arkansas AWN.
went to the Senior Bowl
from this 'stone wall'. rey
Jackson, a two year veteran
those drafted by
Returning are James Brooks, Game. Among
from Jacksonville. The pro BATTING STARMACCLESFIELD
6'J" 260 pound guard, Brooks- scouts have been watching professional drudge Dickey teams were Claude El- England -NPR-Les Fernandes of Phlladelphla .

Wrights' punting ability Willie Humphrey, Tommie Davis Leo scored 155 runs to emerge as the batting star of a match
'.e'e". .' e e -. Brown and Johnny Allen, a 24S Johnson and John Robinson. between a touring United States Cricket team and the Cheshire
aI pound guard from Boynton All-American or All-Confer Minor County club recently, despite the fact that the Americans
Beach, are also on the pro once candidates are: Setback, lost the game la the two-inning games the American scored
I,I. ee scouts lists.AllConference. Wayne Reese; Defensive back, a 432 runs to Cheshire's 435 with eight wickets(bitters) to spare.
'. returnees include James Marsalls and Defensiveend 67IRjf The West Indies and England excel at the game "hitting at
Captain Walter Frailer Thomas McCord. OAy Y the wickets," better known as cricket.
.. BRAND NEW 230 pound center, Wane-: Home games will be In the W.
hula, Florida; Willie Brown, J. Hale Stadium, which seats STOKES' BENEFIT
1968 VW 250 pound tackle, Pompano 16,000. Merritt is bead coach, MOOTICELLO, N.Y. (NPI) The 10th annual Maurice
Beach; Anthony Grlsby, 212 with a lifetime record d 107- Stokes benefit basketball game was played at Kitsher's Country
SEDANM76B50 pound fullback. Pompano Beach; 46-4. Others are Joe cmiara, Club recently, with stars of the National Basketball Association
AIm Wyatt, 185 pound safety, assistant bead coach; AIm C. participating. Playing for the East squad, coached by Red
Jacksonville; Wilbur Harrison, Coleman director of offense; Auerbach were Bill Russell, Boston Celtics; Oscar Robertson
235 pound defensive end, Atlanta J.C. Coffee, defensive interior Cincinnati Royals; Philadelphia 76era' Hal Greer; Willis Reed,
; and lAmar Hardaway, line coach; Shannon D. Little, New York Knlcks and Dave DeBusschere, Detroit Pistons. The
ptuvmo IN I IAX r 210 pound linebacker, Atlanta. director of personnel; Nelson West squad was led by Wilt Chamberlain, Los Angeles fakers,
U Bethune-Cookmun College's Mitchell kicking coach;Samuel Zelma Beaty and BUI Bridges of Atlanta and guards Adrian
TUreiiafuiryMaU 19C8 Football schedule Wbitmen, oUn.lubatUle1cl Smith of Cincinnati and Len Wilkes! of Atlanta, with Cincinnati'sEd
ep Morris Brown College, coach and Rylon Adams often- Juckor as coich.
@ e September 28, Daytona Beach; slve line coach. harry
Albany State College, OctoberS Carpenter and James Marsalls
; CatlinGriffin Albany, Gerogla; Kentucky are team captains. $70,000 Grant Offered
; State College, October 12,
Fran ort, Kentucky; Allen WASHINGTON (NPI) Fist Howard and Southern Universities .
: ; University, October 19 Columbia HEWS DEADLINE and Morgan State College are among seven educational -
S.C.; Alabama AIM College J r Institutions which are sharing in a $70,000 National
Volkswagen a October: 26. Jacksonville; Mailed "news should be 'la t&Ihme Endowment for'lbeHumanltfes Grant toconduct summer work.
INC. South Carolina State College the office by 12 noon on shops on N.Co history and culture. aimed at reducing: "aba4nced
November 2, Homecoming) Mondays view of American history" Howard has already
-Coobman's mentors la football are seen getting beads together for the coming sea
: U50 CAST Blh, SI : Daytona Beach; Mississippi News brought to office son. Shown above are Headcoach Jack McClairea, center, Assistant Coach Uyod Johnson, launched its workshop-July 22-26; wiLl Morgan Flak and
.. 3S4.9093 Valley State College, November should be in. by 130: p."" oo felt, and Wesley Moore, Assisted Coacb, right Photo Courtesy of Bethune-Cookmaa College. Southern following in that order. Other schools involved are
I s 16,llts Hem,Miss.,Florida :Tuesdays. Boston and Duke universities and Caunovla (N.Y.) college
.. II J .. UM University, November 23,
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The Rattlers are lettlaf ready to rattle.The six giants abort'art- games-were'won, S lost Above see,from left: Hubert GlaD, Glean +expert. Associated Press 'honorable Mention Alf-Amerieaa .a ;.d' Candidate for" 'All-Amerlcan);:d Horace 'Lovett,.

I amooc thou who bart made Wither1 team most formidable. Edwards halfbacks: ; Kea Riley set for a record' touchdown Roger Finnic, most'aggressive lineman, wearing t:.. uniform 71, a man to watch. Photo By FAMU. I
Last mr FA1IU garnered 149 points, Its, opponents 140. Eight ;



Ken Riley's Qurtenccki9! Sports'Parade Tennessee State's Tigers Face


Seen As Milestone For FAMU I

TALLAHASSEE Tbe theme title for the 1961 Florida AIM Gruelling Battles This Season

University! football feat could easily be "Where has all the noNA1

experience cone," y when you consider the defense where .
only four starters return from last years team. NAs Ilk Ebb team hen l I". e .opponents will be pressed to WK: TANK: m\: I." (\'I.II.nm.r'I: : : NfNVi'Aiins
key offensive and deferslre' *.... defend against the rush which ,
The offense Is lathe same boat : C.IMit I'IUC'I'd M "." '\
who Is threat to score from
a CENTER FIELDER went the caliber should
of Eld.-M more opportunitiesfor
ARTISTIC ,
though not as deep although fire > open I..1 l'Hmn 4.Oon : f1f.f
starters were lost, nuklnc a anywhere on the field. Dickey, Claude Humphrey, Shannon to throw strikes. !! a,,,,'" v"'".. .,..','..."...'. U, I. '"'''',
It Edwards averaged '.) yards ST. LOU8-h 1M"r( ih.o
of fromiadyas
total loss and bad IiA; TIM PRIX >tT7AS
team that won I and lost t. per carry last season fielder turns out to be quite a gifted portrait painter. Be be reflected during the nextseasuQ's Tommle Davis and : r ':7. wi ..al. ronm""", ,". rA tmi ruie.Ntr,
three touchdown rans of longer has Just completed a port alt of the lite Dr. Martin Luther i>Ia,. Kea Brady will make them a 1(1NTIM
Two All-Americans,four draftees he B5:; ROSM'VIIU: : "mI! {
than IS yards "Cl t and benefit concert this fall '
wuich will be unveiled at a little weaker tilt
Jr. Uerrltt who fN
and fire all-conftrtnce King, Coach John A. against run MAnro: ,flV',,.., .ftftWL AI' ,MMl11Wrn.
provide the Rattlers with power la Atlanta U Dr. King' honor. K began as a commertcal pro- posted a l-l record last season, this year. For the past three l PAS.S.
players were Included amooc and speed In thebackfleM. Adding of $7 MKRCUHV; STA. WACJ.: 9- .><2'MS1.A
the It starters lost 10 all, the ject for a calendar company, but developed Into a work art. Is "crying" mostly "doom" years the Merrlttmta led the O Ale rpMMtlAMtO
and to that power will l be fullback and "gloom" this year. nation's college division teams *7niKVROI.KTHKLAIR! l : .. un
lettermca
have Rattlers tl returning.lost Z5 Robert Lampkln, a bruiser who OCTOBER DAISWASIUNGTONNPlCudw Although .his. 1961 Big Bin In total or rushing defense. rowerIAll < MMMTMM<*0. ..f,H> I *"'(.. .

able toecote CIA come 'Ci with the close Juggernaut may have lost some "We will need a lot of help 117 PONTIAC CATAI.INA .". !W:
should be ;
"We yardage when seeded: (Muhammad All) Clay's appeal from freshmen In the line urHA.nm h KR7 Ate /ANMIMN, III'WN/1r.1
Rattler bead coach AS. superstars, the returning 21 our ii i I'KI i.I k tAHnh. .6R9'
"says'/ike" Caliber "but right now Rulers favorite target from against conviction and sentencing for refusing Induction into letteroMa will sport a great Merritt contends. "Both our 111. al, ........__nIMlIM ..Ut 1.M WIh" ,.....,.
we have to gt,together a defensc the air wall probably be split the armed forces Is to be heard by the UJ. Supreme Court deal of gridiron lustre. defensive and defensive lines 4 hrt, )., iKr,.. CANA/ 1 '"'hY wINyNYl alAlIC

will the other end Melvin Jones who caught when tt reconvenes October I after a summer recess. Clay Merrltrs overall problem Is are very thin atthe tackle and 17 Mill' (' ? m KI.WTRA: : .y'atlaSM
that
stop 1} for 274 yards and three grounds he 1s a con Ae Aut": N.q //e ret ales. oC I'r / 1 MntT
team from scoring as much as free on $1,000 bond, seeks exemption on lack of a strong bench and a guard spots. Consequently we
touchdowns last season. Jones sclentlous objector and a minister. kicking game. The team lost may have to give up a fee IIi I'IRIC.M..h.1M..: : .. ... .2:1n1ti
we v 1LLIDisplte will replace Easoa, and Rattler the this r. Ate INhMIMh Ve, .".,.,.a'... r.ve
the loss quarterback placeklcker Roy Meneese who more yards oa ground rAhp N el Ill his fZ.
coaches feel .he.has the potential DEBUT was last season's third leading gear" << I'OS"\C'' flr11NGV1; sty ,12\\!'{
Klroy Uoraad aid All to be even better Flanker Kent in,_*.=liter AH (cnMxlimoo 1I1"yM \' i..".tc.. two.
American cod John Eaton the :scorer. *: \
Scboolfleld and ends Sissy NEW YORK-(NPO August IS marked the'debut of WUtChamberlain .Offensively, the Merrlttmtn "'INIhV'1'S1'nnTl'nltrp: : . .21! S
Rattlers should still have a
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Alfred aDd .. .
Johnson Sykes Lakers. That Is the Ihi alMMsw'
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and as a member of the Lot Angeles will feature quick, quick,quick. MwJr
solid passing running game. Alonto Gilbert, will also W held outdoor liA ) >1lunhlll.P' ,,.!,:.'
All-Star tilt was to be oa an Il.l
day the Fut-Wed "We bcpe'to'og.qutck' our'opponentsJhli : -
starters OW back : ... :
Returning Urgrts for tI ey will Walch. :* ";" Y U'>*' vm ;
West and Elgin Baylor
court at Singer BowL Wilt; Jerry year/ Mtrrltt 'III.LJ'S
Held tnctode' quarterback Ken the interior offensive 1Ia line *< PIJSTIC nONNK,;\ ; !
with be among tile .W'II"uadwra vying In a"benefit game lot the confided. "I think we have the ,MMe HIOP. lOAnie "nil reinMDeI..n' NIdrAi '
Riley wflo alienated Coach Caliber will count on This Clown : : .t.: .x1151
halfbacks' Hubert Clan SCLC and Mayor Lindsay's Youth and Physical Fitness fund. backs to do the Job. With veterans l miCKI.K.SHRRIMCntO; ,
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Morand tackles Horace; Lorett and ""
and Glen Edwards and fallback Charles Henderson who will Wayne Reese last season'sleading 11 il KtKOf.r.IOtI: \ thIisr1AjMN
and 26 71 ANIMIeh1A; .
Robert TWENTY TESTS scorer ground r/.nn.rMIIW'" I Mw'dS
LampkU.
The key name here Is RUey be Plnckney backed and Gerald up by White.Joseph The gainer) and Letoy Motion plus 54 SI -15 1'tN11.CiR.MJ' PRIX . 11"SM
DAYTONA BEACH. FU.-{NPO) Whea the Bethune-Coekman sophomore Albert Davis, who r 1w1W/n Al I. file /IryMIIi, 1 U1MYV
who could easily become the guard slots should be strong ', )i1 : . '
College Wildcats cagers start their season In Atlanta on December really had a great Spring lilt ( 1.1C .. :J'.
most exciting: Rattler quarterback with Walter Splcer Arthur Pla, will f*vr* *,nnxw fOVKR
la a decade. One of Coach and Robert Hills all returning 9. they will have before them a 20-game schedule that carrying the bell, our tans t : 100 ('.1RS'tt'NnntiK: FROM, !
Gl her's famous phrases Is lettermea. will include many new opponents. Including among the new see a lot more running this r I. \\e. Tnke p>> Ala \\lwte" Other RKludt'rwlil '

that he Ukes Us. players, agile- the teams they win face are Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio), Stetson University year." \1"11| | QOn Spot!
Probably strongest I
mobile and hostile. RUey Is the offensive line Deland; Rollins College Winter Park; and Florida Primarily, Merrltra round \
and mobile he position on Southern College, Lakeland. attack .has been enhanced by .
definitely agile will be center with Jimmy Z
RI
the return of his Interior offensive 1 EVANS
scrambled .his. way to five McCasklll. Willie Kelly, WUlyUlller GUEST TEACHER line. Vernon Holland,

touchdowns and 347yardrwhlchmid. and Horace Times all Charlie Williams Claude 12 45 El
him the third leading
returning lettermea. Only four NEW YORK-On the list of guest Instructors for the Brumfleld and Sam Brown
rusher on the team. lie also starters return from last :3fci & MAIN
years WUlls Reed All-Star camp New York Military academy, August should have a little more game- 451132go..Um.
; threw nine touchdown passes defense, but they are strong 11-24 will be fade Russell., New York Knicks star eager.In morale this season which U designed He's VpSometlmuHe's
which menu that he had a. enough to provide a solid nucleus. addition there will be Oscar Robertson, Walt Bellamy and to spring Merrttfs "::1. I 1.1111 "H""KX "rII.II.\III'' : RI.Ica; :;.
hand U one fourth of the touchdowns Heading the list is Roger Down. He Adds,Subtracts,

scored by the Rattlers Finale, 241 pound end. One of Dirk BarMtt. rabbit-quick sophomore .has backs.the Holland least experience a- 'He works It aU around.

last aeuoa.I the most aggressive lineman be spelled
because 45-U-32
I When Rattler quarterbackscalled to wear the Rattler uniform.
while
Art Freeman last season
a reaalag play last Finale 1s a strong candidate for
On Brumfleld AT1'RACTTUNS111223U
Spotlight Sports tackles Williams and COMING
of the
season, 40 per cent Xll-American honors.Melvin starters. With Insurance...
and guard Brown were
time they handed the ball to Rogers who alternates
Moat fans will cero la on it's available policy
Clan the workhourse of the between linebacker and having every
i By CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON seater quarterback Bob
backfleld a ad u Associated defensive end Is similar to then the
picking one
Press HOlOubl..UoaAU.Amuleu. NECRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Shannon, who .has played In the MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED
Finale U aWIlI1""" Very
of for three
shadow
Dickey
quick and tough Rogers should SATCHEL'S RETURN until the twilight of his carNr.Dut".u..Pa1pd1apla.ca. that suits your client best.9:? ;

Clan averaged 4.1 yards per be in line for some honors of Satchel Paige the grand old years."Shannon caa take punish

carry and was second on the vi .his. own this sei oo. Linebacker man of baseball whose age has .his. greatest pitching ability by meat" Merritt analysed.ADdbt With gins..it's what 1
I team In pass receptions with Otis Collier who Intercepted been estimated upwards to ,0. leading the Cleveland Indians make the big play when 'Man's Days are Numbered."
20 good for another Z65 yards. three passes last season recently returned to buebaU to the American League pennant needed.can He will need a little Health and Fortune Can Be suits your taste best. I pickodGordon's.
Backing up C! .1.IJIC: including one .he returned for as an adviser and part-time in 1941 with a pitching record 4 r I protection than Yours When You Know Your
.'along side him, depending on 92 yards and a touchdown is player with the Atlanta Braves of six wins and a single loss. more needed.pass tacky Days I find it smoother

the offense, will be Glen Edwards. also fast and a very aggressive of the National League. Subsequently, be was traded to Dickey"1 am optimistic about our drier, and a groat mixer. "

a fine open Held. runner tackier. His primary duty will be to. the old St Loots Browus,where team for the coming year," Lucky Colors etc. a....t.'-. er..,III,.......t....u..-w M.Mew.*,....e'teI
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****** Adding more experience to pass on the know-how be acquired he compiled records of 9-4, Shannon replied upon direct Send $Z.OO for your ._,._.,." ._ AfW.WI Aq_, ..NAb"' '
the defensive secondary will during more than a generation 12-10 and I.'. query. "If to me. 11 Icu Horoscope Guide for hd_.. "F/AW 1..V C.IsI C.A-q. arr.I' PCf'Y

: lishopCollw's be linebackers Leroy Jackson in baseball lo young lit last pitched In the majors do my ally 1, I am surewe 1. .,.
and Raymond Wllcox. The Braves pitchers. But .he may In 1963 when be burled three will have a good year," hi AUGUST 4
famous deep) three from last also see occasional mound scoreless Innings: for the Kansas concluded.

[Football ScheMe season (Major Haseltoa- duties according to Braves' City Athletics against Shannon's targets will be big, F )111 the blank below and
I' Nathaniel James-Eddie\ Cooper) president W. Oartholomuy.. Bwtoa. The old fellow still has 1-9. 297-pound Elbert Drungoat mail ZODIAC, Post Wtlce

.' Bishop College's mi football are gone and replacing them "We expect Pulp to get Into .his stuff," one critic remarked t1&bt.Dd and wide receivers i Box 1171' Jacksonville, t"1&.., +rnYw

I schedule is; wW be three of Coach dither's shape and be ready to pitch after watching Paige save the senior flanker Joe Cooper; and K

II September It.Tnu Lutheran biggest problems. when called Ipso: ," said Bartholomay game for the "A". sophomore splitpend. David NAME: _

_ Dallas (Parent's Day),Sep 'We may have to look to our expressing confidence In his prima, Paige pitched Davis. With more emphasis on STREET .

tember 21. Open; October S, freshmen." says Coacher; and in the veteran burler'a CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 running this year Big Blue DATE OF BIRTH ..-.-
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they can do the Job then we won't guarded remarks about his
Day) October 12. Fbk Dallas
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(high School Seniors' Day);; hesitate (to use them"For ability to regain pUe' "

October 19, Prairie Vkw. Dallas tads the Rattlers will form. He said:
(Purple and Blue Classic); offer a balanced attack with a "I'll Just have to go out and
November IS, Jackson Slate, variation U the I otters see U I can unfold. If I can
Dallas (Homecoming); September Whether the emphasis will be throw half as good as I could @fflJJgllliI

21, Lane,Jackson,Tennessee oa passing or running wW depend last year, then I know I can I
; October 26, Miles, to a great extent November 2 Riley decides: to do with the Paige's re-entrance into the
Birmingham; << ,
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9, Open. November 23, Arkansas the center. fine purpose rewardingto in nJV
AIM. PUN Bluff AIS.UMas The most pressing problems himself. His tenure with the
; NuvviuU'r" 21, TenuL-v oth-r than finding a defense Braves will enable him to COMFORT

State, fUshviIle, Tennessee. will include punting, punt and qualify for basebull's pension TOM POST 1.15:
The .,61-" schedile is: kickoff: returns. All three, plan. In this respect also, RAIN orCLEA* MONDAY TORO SATUIDAY
. December: 4, Prairie View punters from last year's team Bart hulomsy is squarely. behind Y
.December 6. ,Wifcy; December graduated and coach will have Paige lie said: MATtMH BAM DOUCU LAST 2 RACES. QUIMHUI
to start from scratch in these "Sitcliel Is of the mar IACI ADMISSION Sal1U rAtnNOivxuaiout i
I i7; PaulUulna, ; January 11.,Tex- Paige one 2 ML
has College; 'January 21, Letoursay positions. greatest pitchers of all tlnw. WEO.-fc SAT. a AM coNomoMfo CUMHOUSIHIG I 41 asnuwG.e

January 20.Uklahuma The 1961 fuutlall schedule 1s: Baseball. would be guilty of NOW tklr SEPT.2$ ST TWO 1
; U" ON t I1< -ACtjSack Iii
'g l Christian; February 3, MldweUern September 21, Allen Univeslty negligence should it not assure Go oA...GoI........" ..

., ; February I, Aiutln; Tallahassee October 5, South this legendary flguie a placeIn be..A r gigs.hi :: -'s= ,.
"February I, Uuiutoa Baptist Carolina State, Orangvburg, s. tbe pension plan." I KENNEL CLUB ib.t,1W--fYIItI..IoI.WfAI5.nr.yt..t,

J:; February 14. Corpus Cbrbti& ; C.; October 12, Alabama AIM Ibseball has already been halt I M ILLY Ian auIaa pens molar' Ire oat; apse semi 111 CII m.lr.souak .
1 f February 17, langUun; February College Tallahassee; October guilty U negligence by delaying

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PAGE 14 ___ MI NPEIS SATDEDAY, AUGUST 24, IK!

FOR SALE ;.: Bishop and Mrs. Hatcher Travel

Abernathy
Says
FURN. APT. FOR RENT NY Methodists Get Miss Barbara Watson

Phone: 353-9942. I .
I Named To Security : : CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
f'
ROOMS fOR RENT'two First Negro. Bishop e' alluded
corned Dr. Abernathy
Miss Barbara M. Watson of
rooms upstairs for working( BUCKHANNON, W. Va. -Dr. New York City Is now Administrator to the Irrelevance national
,: girls or couple. Quiet and Roy Nichols of New york City, tithe Bureau of Security politics and to the vital Importance -

respectable. Ph. 3551893. has been elected a bishop of I and Consular Affairs In the of the local officeholderand

the United Methodist Church by Department of State. Miss Wat of the Importance of the

2 BDR. ALL BRICK the northeastern Jurisdictional son la the first woman and the local office to a Negro or to
conference first Negro to attain the rank Negroes. Abernathy, In a recent -
of Assistant Secretary In the diatribe, threatened a
TOWN HOUSESRange
lARBEJTWANUD Department of State. Miss Wat* "plague" on both ParUer.
.. .".." MASTER .son has been the Bureau's Negro leaders feel that Nixon
&, rn ', Master barber wanted at Administrator sine t, 'can win hi his area without
Acting
Refrigerator Bernice's Barber Shop, 1173 April 1967. y .i YP,9w. $.aytia a tT'c. Negro votes Humphrey will
Kings Rd. 356-9931-768-4716. have to make haste.
i1 !, Miss Watson Joined the Department
of State in July Involved In this activity is an

ONLY $101 TOWN! FURN. APT. FOR RENT as Special Assistant to lei organization headed by nation
any known Congressman lolutCoa'er.
for
Elec. turn. apt. HAO water. On Deputy Under Secretary
of Michigan. This Is
Administration. She became
OR "SWEAT" PLAN
bus line 3847354.fOR .
Deputy Administrator of the the National Committee of Inquiry -

"i i'J FHAVULCAN Bureau of Security and Consular Among others named on
lENT Affairs In October 1966. I I the Impressive roster are:
AreOla Franklin, Aaron Henry,
INC. 311 and 313 W. 6th St. Four Charles Ems, Stokely Car-

I apartment building in ezelllent Spotlight On Sports michael and Washingtonian

7H3 KEN MINT II condition. Furniture includedin Jullqs Hobson. About 25 are alternates -
i ) sales price-414,500.Terms CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 or delegates to the!

768 3479 I available.. in the former Negro American Demo meeting.
FOLAND'' IDGBEE League and barnstormed during When time came for interviewing -',

I' Realtors the off-season against some of candidates, Candidate Nixon

, ; H.lrlfs.75t'rO(8ss8s.$2.501 'J54-M35 117 W. Forsyte St. the greats of baseball. On several refused.Dr. .
occasions he outputted King was one of the organizers -
such greats u DillY Dean and of the Committee.The .

FORN. APT FOR RENT( Bob Feller. But Paige could not. committee In general was
make it to the majors then 'somewhat displeased with
t 'Jicksii.illi Furnished Apirtmnt For}tent.I because of baseball's rigid '

I No Children. 3550111. color bar. earn.

BARBER COtlEGE.INC. Now be'needs only 158 daysto Others felt that McCarthy was

fe'OOM qualify for the major league i quite positive on racism and
.38, Dills St. 355-9174' FOR RENT( pension plan and there U little -- ---- I that his programs lacked in-
Flm. 'room.' Prefers coupleor doubt that he'll make It. mst.

tun BirktriiE I I't single lady. 354-7510. Ills U the second such casein Bishop EjC. Batcher, Presiding Bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal leaders. From the left, they art: Rev'Charles Toston, Mt Humphrey, conffloded the committee

''t$ recent years Ust season District of the A.M.E. Church with episcopal residence la Zioa A.M.E. Public Relations Director for Florida; Rev A.C. "has the difficult pro
A NEW CLASS STARTS FOR RENT the Los Angeles Dodgers permUted Florida, and Mrs. Oretha Batcher, Supervisor of the Missionary Chandler, pastor of St. Paul A.M.E. Church; Rev W.F..Foster, blem of keeping togehter a
LACi: MONPAY Sandy Amaros to come Program of the District, are shown preparing to leave b/y plane Presiding Elder of the South Jacksonville District; Rev AJ. coalition of oppocilies that 1s
309: l4 ayette. S rm. Duplex. out of retirement and play a for New York and Cleveland from Imeson Airport The Right Richardson, Presiding Elder of the West Jacksonville District; falling a p a r t-blacks and

KITE CLASSES STAJ T '158.00 mOo Prone 3593301. .few gam's in order to quality R... Batcher and Mrs. Batcher win visit with Mrs. Hatcher"a Rev. JJB. Johnson, Civil Rights leader,and pastor of St. Stephen's northern liberals on the one

I SEPT. G8 ter in Cleveland, u wen u their daughter, Mrs. Ruby A.M.E. Church, and Rev A.B. Harris, Factor of St. James hand, and southern DemxnU
FOR RENT I Crawford. They will then proceed to New York where they will wife is director on the other.
A.M.E., whose of the Young People's Depart
ENROU 101.VETERANSII. Furnished or unfurnlshe Ken Riley's visit with Bishop Hatcher's sister. Jacksonville church dignitaries mid! __In.Florida. Photo By BOB SMITH. The Committee. is primarily
are shown at the airport with the Internationally traveled
apartment for rent. Ezcellenl I CONTINUED FitOM" PACE 13 Interested In candidates, not
condition and location. $50.00an Issues
It, Morris Brown College.At* IN MEMORIAM
$60.00 mo. Eton 387120
Lots, C&.: October la, Ten Church leaders Ask WORLD OF

HUH souse State, Tallahassee; November Young People Grasp
NO MONEY DOWN FOR SALE 9, N.C. AtT State BOOKS

FOR A 3 OR 4 Buyers opportunity- 0 ell rD vember University 16, Homecoming Southern University ; No- CONTINUED FROM PACE S, PoliticosFcr Open ViewsSTATEN I AM THE DARKEN BROtKCK;
II-unit molel,' Bdr. home, Edited by ARNOLD ADOFF;
4 acres (00 ft. on U.S. 1; Baton Rouge, La.;No-tin-- are learning alaS display ala mr* ELAND, N.Y. An urgent appt'allt' each of the Published by MACMILLAN

BEDROOM Ph. "$-34U ber {.,.Beihune-Cookmaa canny apUluda for learning," candidates of the two major political parties. to conduct face COMPANY, New York; $45,.
ton Beach; November 30,Texas commented Miss Nancy Carter, to-face debates on the many critical issues facing the nation utpp>>

All BRICK HOME RAPID Southern University,Tampa, Division of Mm M.>dla pro was sent .today by the Committee of Clergy For Open Debate m an appeal for U.S. support
December Orange Blossom -
Fla.j, ,
recently. .
ducer. World WarD
at the beginning
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ON URGE 101 IN Classic, Miamt Other teachers have voiced Expressing their deep concern bishop Torkom Manooglan, the the late British Prime
TV SERVICETV Night borne plDf.-1SO p.m similar words of satisfaction that the American people should Armenian QUid of America; Minister I Winston Churchill
BEAUTifUl Homecoming i.OO p,m and the t.... George Lincoln
bow qu1tU'protctputltputa) t know the candidates' positions used a dramatically effective
Service calls $3.00 lute grispe the rudiments of on all Issues, the Committee's Blackwell, African Methodist poem,
CARVER PINESIF Financing Available FOR RENT( ROOM various forms of coraranalca-. telegram declared: "Candl Episcopal I 7lon Church, Chic Die." Otteoiseu1*gotlbsimport

Phone 353-8834 taos and added their own dimension C'ID dates who seek the Presidency, ago. and credit for creating
'CIDAt.E' APPWt'CES'IIIN. Single.. 8310 Woodland St. of creativity.As DAVID C. JOHNSON our highest public office, havea Others are: the "...James M. such a beautiful "and eloquent.
'MOTEL Can a55-5141 after 3.00. "lulIIIItlUehar4 Go> 1 loving memory of the late moral obligation to engage In Demske, 8 J., president, Canl poem.

Special Projects) PIOSoItlrlo:4bow David C. Johnson who died open discussions of their due College Buffalo, N.Y.; the What vas not known at the llwe
1 DOIN U rooms, p.Irate bath $9.00 FOR SALE one of his stud-mis sat In August ZS, 1963. one year' views. Rev Theodore L. Conklln, New war that the poem he used was
ON FNA II rooms, semi-private $4.00 class without uttering a word' ago yesterday.' "}lls helping "The Ad Hoc Committee, York State Council of Churches; written by a black poet, Claude
'ERNS.VULCAN Day time (semi-private) $3.00 Building $*,000-t..m.rm-, But one assigned tostartfilm- hand was always first to which was formed by 58 clergymen Rabbi Edward E. Klein, New IldCa). It had reached Europeand
Weekly Rate (plus tai) and apts. Presently dealing render aid be could York City; Rev Richard Me-
work, be bard for the Central any : out of a sent of urgency Winston Churchill, but Mc
INC white (reds. Ideal moneymaker Park Zoo( +'a natural," His voice was always raised and concern la view of the approaching Sorley, S.J., Georgetown University ,Kay and It were practically
EDCEWOOD MOTOR COURT for colored (ride. 356-9913, said Good*-and produced a In praise; His words were national conventions, Washington D.C.; the unknown America..

III 1H-3US INTEGRATED ak for Harry. film of people arriving viewing wise and good.Sadly missed. has already pined the backingof Rev. Robert Hugh Ked, Bergen Paul Laurence Bunter wrote

5911 U.S.1,Cor.Edge wood Ave. the anlmtls, and then departing. Signed: Mrs Catherine the nation's top rtllgioua County N.JJ) Councilor beautiful poems, both lathe now
PUone 704-0003 tOOTHACHItt The Division of Mass Media, Johnson wife and children leaders from coast to coast Cbu.cbM; the Rev. William J. famous "dialect" aid In'
: -Always Open
which Is directed by the 1<.... Membership Includes EpU. Leonard, S.J., Boston College; straight prose Lasgiton-

s.11 Mftor nil"..I.....,..tot....OMXU.... --MC-4l... p.*. Richard R. Gilbert, has invest copal Bishop James A. roe, and the Rev. Dr. Roger Shim, Hughes was a black port whose
.... r'W YeIY.W se... ... ,... ed some $10,300 personnel, Santa Barbara; Methodist Bishop Union Theological Seminary, writings could appeal>> to everyone
BRAND! NEW Milt!, tin -.11_ ..-_ our x0. Itc.r. BABY CONTEST New York City (Titles are for
IVMMft .. .. equipment and weekly stipends John Wesley Lord, Wash horn the man in the street
(hiUkMbraJer.... -r.-. to participants la the summer- L gtoe; Archbishop Michael'Shabeen Identification purposes only.) to people In high places '
..... Mrs Rosetta Cohen will sponsor
HOMES .
KICK In the telegram to political
C long training program.DISTRIBUTOR Antiorhian Orthodox Gwendolyn Brooks a Chicago
J =.-1. t Baby Contest Sud 7. .
I I candidates the Committee
and laureate t of
Ohio poetress poet
Archdiocese Toledo
August 25 at 3:30 at ;
1 p.m., of
4 the First Bon Temple, 12}' Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein eared: "The m gentles our the State Illinois, 1s the first
WANTED! times demand that the Americanpeople
West Monroe. Chicago; Rev. Dr. Jon U'Re and only black poet to receive
hear and see the candidates 'the Pulitzer Prize for
General Secretary pokey .
For Afro-Am Natural Hair gier, Associate ,
OR MEN AND WOMEN Seem Write Afro-Am, P.O. lUlU CONSTRICTION National. Council of their convention In order delegates to express their to Arna Bontemps CoVnlte Cullen -
Center Churches, New York City James Weldon Johnson and,
Box 96 Edison Miami ;
to who these candidates -
OF All AGES Florida. COMPANY Rev Dr. James Robinson, Project opinion should as a few others were outstanding
be. contributors to the black literary
Crossroads Africa; ArchWhites -
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TABLETS for that tired rundown
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Ii Modem schools) church and 0 HomeOwner There is an everincreasingnumber
** a COM* enjoying life $195.00 and $295.00
plate shopping center close by. 100 Tablets $3.00,200 Tablets Sale. 741 Eastbrook of young black poets
Dr. King's\ Pictu.-es Now OnSale Are Str.l-! With today whose works appear primarily
,500. $1.00 deposit on COD'S.'EMPIRE Limited stock of WlOs now Ave., 2078 I/I Meharry St., in
Negro Digest Magazine
LINCOLN ESTATES PRODUCTS SALES 427 Goodwin St., 802 Caroline
on hand. $1.98 with frame. but who otherwise seldom'get

7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 7651685 Dept.Chicago FS,Illinois 5937 60626 N. Broadway PREMIER MEAT ST anthology assembled
EDCEWOOD AYE.jAlp .
St., 1319 Carter St., 1703 E.
"Darker Brother" Is such
an
.. 30th St.; 1934 Maey St., 1963 The cap which opened between the Negro Christian and the anthology. Most of the works'
ft.; BIKE ROUNDUP' == Macy Street whlto churchgoer perhaps with the organization of the African have been published in book
WCATT0161306lIevis
THE :'f BUSINESS .Methodist Episcopal Church, which withdrew from established form or have appeared la other
5y; \! Trade-in allowance Street (available for Methodism under Richard Allen Is slowly but surely,lessening anthologies.
ft
Beer ft Wine), 32nd Wilson
and may come day become,almost a non-entity. The purpose of this anthology
IMPERIAL for your old' Bicycle Streets, 1333 West 23rd Street.
111 Why? Major white denominations months than In the history of -.s Adoff, a New York public
\ ESTATE rcfjtirdlcss of copditionNORWOOD are saying "These are American Christianity school teacher, Indicates 4s

( \ 0I'UI1rU, UG.Jh'fZ SAVE TIME FOR our brothers! They are not our kisslonary work, with the to present good, interesting and

stepchildren! AH serve the worker In vocative poem by black
APARTMENTSof Negro missionary
AUTO INSPECTION Americans "poenu to be en*
same God! They may need help Is the More
.. charge now vogue.
Jacksonville .. ..:: )< Headquarters Let as CO into Macedonia and than $5,000.000 has been spent. Joyed and remembered, poems
(ALL FOR $%,50) outstanding In their ethnicvstea"
that !
help
located > give
at 2170 ( 'r.A Other millions are. la the pha,
Facts are proof. The United ping
West 13th Street [ RAlEIL t T Bicycles Head lights aimed and set Methodist Church recently said, Alphabetical names have been Adoff points out, "A poet
proudly announces l Signal lights. "Wind" shield through Us hierarchy, "Gone chosen. The Protestants have writes from the need to create
t.1' / wipers, 'Brakes Back beauty. A poet who is black
the appointmentof t" up Is the tine for high Bounding J-SAC, the Joint Strategy and
Itf"; lights Stop lights 'Mufflers writes special
Eugene Stinsonto resolutions. God Is speaking Action Committee. The IFCOis knowledge
lastalled-$9.95 and up,-Complete through b*' disillusioned theangry the uteri Foundation of life in this country."It .
the position'of BICYCLE SHOP Brake Job for most cars- .ones, the poor." The 'for Community eligious Organization- is hoped that his anthologywill
Resident Manager $24.95. white churches are saying that Catholicand help to make black American .;
Protestant
Involving
6113 Norwood AVf!. 765-2881 11828 New Kings Road. 768 only action counts. They are Jewish aid. Operation Connection poets more visible and
3652. that the readers will continue
looking with understanding on
MR. STINSON belongs to the Episcopal
an poor but particularly, on Church and was Initiated by from this book to the published
Mr. already well known to the Negro. works of the author represented.
sq non: Presiding Bishop John Hlnes. "
KIDDIE CASTLE .
many cjLi/cnN in the Jacksonvillearea Eves the Jews are espousing Urban Coalition is another.Mauowet .

has lived in the city for the cause of the Negro. and money have been Shooting Rukd'CONT
BUUaN ME Iy69p Ihl NIRSERYKINBERCARTENJACKSONVILLE'S There U another angle. Ne- emphasized The Episcopalians
He educated in the
many years was In '
FINEST gores are being put chargeof will spend $9,000,000 or more. HUED FI OM PAGE 1p1aJhUUa.
Duval I I County School System and later MAKE THE MOVE programs within Negro the United Methodists have underscored ."

served in the United States Army. IPENIN6 SEPTEMBER 3riREGBTER Stag The old missionary $ ,ooo.ooo. The The suit further
claims that
TO FINER heather'attitude to be .
associated sor.o seems United Presbyterians have authorized
Ho has previously) been "Said shooting uajustly
LIVING disappearing. Instead of "doingfor 9000000. Woman
rJ with tin* Good Ycnr: Rubber Company, ALL NOWHIt people as Indicated by Catholics will "channel untold deprived said minor son of life

Gate! City. Mat Ln! +1i and Carpet Works.Inc. HOMr )(EAU11tANSJIORTAnoN Rev. Charles E. Cobb bead of 'minions. The Lutherans will without due process of bw u

and such civic groups as theY MOp ptSpLA 3IEHNM The Committee for I l.'aclal: I allocate at the moment 3,700 of guaranteed the by the Constitution
State of Florida in the
NOW St, Justice of the United Church
M. C. A. NAACP, .arid, most recently, o AIR CONDITIONED of Christ it Involves support 000. In addition to that, action .Declara.lion.al Rights, Section
SSALES in
United Jacksonville. '''Inc Iii plvlelon ARDS1A groups are working, helping 12, and the Constitution of the
Ho ;uet ot1 OFFICE of 3515 RD.MAGNOLIA cog endeavors which the Negrocan St. Petersburg Chicago, New
a member of Bet.hu\Baptist Church. DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP : direct. Orleans, and In smaller areas United Stales I Fourteenth.

I A warm ,invitatjiorr 'is+ extended to ONE : 354-6746 GARDENS Therefore more millions have where 'counsel, advice and Amendment.The plaintiffs are asking for
allocated In the last few
ull) J friends andlacquaintances; to MOKE '715.4112A.W. been money are almost mandatory. ':;00.000 In the suit and costs

drop by tho '! IMPERIAL ESTATE RAND PARK NEWS DEADLINE on each count thereof, as well

APARTMENTS and!! greot Mr. Stinson. BARLOW, Prop. I r Mailed news should be fa New brought to office as Trial by Jury John London.

.A.M. fiAKLOW, Dir Jheofflee by II noon on s1Jould be In by 1:30 p.m. on Arnold, Jacksonville, Is the
[ Mondays Tuesdays. attorney for the pblnliffs.fj .



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