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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 24, 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:
UF00028362:00779

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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 24, 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:
UF00028362:00779

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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not able to be present, sent a special message. Dr. Robert D. Maui, chancellor of the team recently. "power men" is causing this _
voice loot
a amplifier a Holmes. Jacksonville leader
parked patrol cruiser. Before University system, spoke.'Sweethearting'. This startling revelation was Fast Integration II needed, stalemate, according to Gibson. .
borne out In a statement by Committee. "Tell B Lite U Is" was on
pronouncing sentence Judge because "black
YetH VetersBVtektea1 said Holmes, The matter of desegregation the air and featured }
Mrs. heleo YanewUi, captain Tuesday night
Estiva ea wetted the theory children and white children will
With be said to have received
and
of the team of which Mrs.Rowan might documentary films
that the Waller case had "rac black teachersand
ial OYtrtoo_.** Wilier denied Laws 1s ft member who said that the lean white together teachers will teach Its momentum when, last year: panel discussions by local
"Inference U that because Mrs. a dissident group of parents Negro and white community
shooting Into the car and said central ad
Rowan 1s a Negro they wont togetherstart with Attorney Earl Johnson leaders who talked on employment *
be was simply alerting Negroes 01 N.Y. Menu will be Integrated. -
u to the presence of police Contracts Contended 'play. The are still playing! In .*' representing them, stopped the tducaJ.lOIIIIId human re*
of the
U their area. STAMFORD, Coon. Jackie the A ...1\1I." Holmes says that tone (lines School Board, by order tatlons.
Robinson Jr. was arrestedlast Mrs. Rowan U the wife of Circuit Court, from adding what Then are more than 20,000
to the local chief .
According should be immediately
Sweetheart Contracts *' which smell of discrimination
contracts -
called a 'segregation"annex
they Jack
week la Connecticut on ft Carl Rowan nallanaUy-tvndl- hard core unemployed. la
of police JOMO U being favestlgated. for tad drivers sketched lie said that present
signed by the Teamsters last spring toMatthewGUbert
.. oavUlenow.Gil .
afWrbeillegdMated cated columnist and for. ra.aLt.In '
Be estimates that of the suit filed AFL-CIO Union administrators and those will be later I
are part 16,000.000 by aa for. at to School The school SOB said employers are
a pistol a Qr Finland
'the membership 1s small but win have to deal
than tt)'drivers discrimination Is coming along advice
who Center's
Bore allege rampant phased out lithe still the
hotel to releases bucking up against
poUcenai la ft room. According mewl ,
influence U great. with the black community.Uncle
ells within their ranks U the Teamsters.Taxl .. 1s followed and will be t 1 1on
On the witness stand beforeteiaclng .. _,a ",Several north afa.RoUj.to, e Washington's,moat Ur out and be, Equal Opportunities Act by us*
y\ .? Wafer claimed, that. :. ,, ;Drivers Local, 1900,. d1ItrlalAallcillJl4laa.YI. :.>aaeaed -; .':VUtaasteterawas:- -ok toufetapdnf eWes quit...eamejyithe ." 'no Tom more .'Yasluk there. .**TiDttval .,,rr tmg'compMle'i ;wlagv a. klofls o ot.suhtertages... q '
be had. beta beaten by the local. Jacksonville say that the all the"mtural 'teODOllLlcatrtftct' suspected of 'using dope and Chevy Chase Club,-.the County schools are He said their attitudes. mlgit I
k: police ."lie really did a good Negro New bell Cab Company of the rank and file was 'ordered confined u aaeeordai Columbia Country Club aDd the 'Deplorable ,Is the opinion The Center recommends that date back to 1186. Startling
,Job/** be' said of Oliver Murphy baa .1. contract with Negro wOO IM"_'." The Team.sters "drug dependent." Washington Golf and Country of the committee., Holmes said an boundaries and areas be setup said Glbeon, ."We either have
a patrolman. Murphy drivers, which provides no may lose members now This time, to nets Coub. Members of these clubs that despite the order of the so U to accommodate al\\ to integrate& in this society or
claims, he struck Waller twice health and welfare benefits for that the AFL-CIO has been releases, the 21-year-old nun are la the higher echelons of court to the contrary, a dual children, regardless of rue.Gtkls' dtsWeg ate..it'l u simple as 1

when the latter spit la his face workers. They contend that the contacted by 300 of the 319 was charged with "asing females government employ and system still exists. "We haveno that"
and contract gives them every with the Teamsters. for Immoral purposes." activity. to believe said HUMS Randall N. Conway Executive
kJck.t41da legs. reason ,
Waller said be was. provoked eighth day off, while white The suit has beta filed lathe Further details were DOt Chevy Chase members number Holmes that the Board aad Director of "Jobs for Jackson ,
drivers have sixth day United States District Ymll-'Char.4 that small businesses I
by Murphy's remarks aboutloadmouthed every available. lsolv.dsnd arrestedat Secretary of Defense Clark M. the administration Intend to,,
niggers." Wailer oft Further, they say. black Court It calms that Union the same time was ft 15pearold Clifford, Mrs. Hugh D. Anchia of their own accord destroy wWf JwlNew Melts are discriminating.Requiring ,
I said be was hit so many-" drivers get only regular gas 911 has accepted discrimination girl who was chargedwith doss (Mrs. Joha F Kennedy's. this dual structure." Be said a car of ft potential ;
times be stopped counting. Be for their cabs-white driver U fostered by Jack D. Mar. "loitering for the purposes; mother). aDd President Lyndon the recent survey of the Miami employee Is.one way of getting .
was semi-conscious sad get premium gas.tedttlo Tin, Marina F. Marvin and C. of prost lUOll." B. Johnson, honorary member. Center for Desegregation con Drawback around &tyij him a Job, Ran .'
bleeding opon their arrival at" IB ; they claim, D. Towers, cab company owners Robinson* Jr., tat placed Mr. andMrs. Rowan and two cretised the committees' con dam aJ4. ;
Contrary to anticipated hopes
Negro drivers are forced to n claims that the union under 17.000 bond on a total of.JOT other Negro couple Joined the NAACP WeodeQ Holmes said there Is
: the police station, be said. tentions. He said the ,
:wear uniforms and cannot bid officers accepted separate con the two homes for girls one .
Club 'olarlstbos.
la "
counts,aggravated assault, Indian Spring Country definitely
Better Citizens ,
Is and the
One of Winer's theories white will not
black the other
on cabs tracts and then la ,
by seaiorlty put through
based oa the Black Nation be every resisting arrest carrying ft December. Mrs. Rowan was Committee were the two front October 1. Charles Brooks principal of
be by
90 days. face of vote of 99-26. dangerous weapon and the Invited to Join the B League integrated Stanton said the
New
contending the (thigh ,
environs Is of a chain of organisations after
Continuing, the suit Tom AFL-CIO) They may be integrated
charges. Fitsgibbon.
aforementioned. aa Informal setup. needs motivation.
IIJa -cODtrolW cities within rightening of the r'iatlanbere. Negro youth
that peculiar system prevents said the discouraged drivers Bond for Janet Wallace the to Mrs. John II. consolidation.CouncUwomaa.
According
the white cities. Be would COB He Is chalrmai: U the NAACPsedjcs L. Sing Between the first and the 12th
Negro drivers from col want to Join with the AFL. woman Involved was Myers chairman of the Chevy Mary
young t.A: amlttee.Tbe grades according to Principal
script soldiers, such U JOMO, looting fares equal to those collected CC leton asked that the homes be
This suit win Uk for 1,000... 4,000. She was charged with Chase Club the unit withdrew three
ft
educator said that a Brooks there develops
volasteers. Wallet ,
U off difMRS.
to save
*
by whites. 000 la real In loss of merged so U
damages carrying a ,dangerous weapon. because of the Impossibility Mrs.
divides the world Into "beautl request forwarded to the Board and -wi year gap.
ftil black broth,." sod The suit alleges the Team Income to Negro drivers, $2. Robinson Jr., was said to of piling a B team captain.: of Education on August I for .,.. June GibsoTof the Head Start .
tiers have practiced deliberate 000,000 la punitive damages have bees la Stamford last Columbia offered the excuse a conference has been ignored. t. Program said that the gap will \
and 11.000,000 la real damagesfor Friday night and was waving that U quit the A and B leagues ..But. rest assured," said '. be closed ".Individual
1Ittr. Sibs.m II Creeps all drivers for lack of fair weapon, allegedly forcing. a because of lack of Interest. Holmes, "there willbeacourseof needs art fulfilled." Brooks

I :represeatatloa U well as. woman Into a car at gunpoint The Washington Golf Club offered action and we don not expectIt alluded 14 two worlds in which

Cats Pest Oi Sctal Baird 8.000.000 for punitive Detective Albert Morris, the same reason to Include a further request Negroes seem to live.
damages. toward whom be Is said to have Bowever the repercussion on this specific matter. When These programs presented

CHICAGO (NK) w DlckWinston "Lakswood., where my child-: Fraud by two white drivers pointed ft gun said Robinson resulting from the actions of next we talk, it will be upon through a grant by the state{ I IA
Is ,.t till wed to res attend school, was becoming Is mentioned la the suit also. went to a local hotel at about the groups brought forth a their Invitation." second part was given Wed.. t

being first. run-down." he said. "Sol ******** 10:30 p.m and entered room statement from Len Solomon, The Duval County Schools'e payday night and concerned
Firsts started coming his way Joined the Concerned Comitteeof occupied: by the young man and president of the Greater been quite thoroughly surveyed, police practices housing pol. I '.

when he was a high school Twenty, a group of parents FAMU TO YALE the girlWhen Washington Tennis Association by order from the district itics.Gordoa. I
track athlete 15 years ago. His who were trying to get approval Morris entered the room that be will make aa effort to court by the Miami Center of Puhon head of the I, 1 I

most recent ,weeks ago when he elected to 1DeDtI. Florida AIM University and a the pistoL Morris said Robinson clause added totbe asso also analysed at Sunday meet MARY SINGLETON vice in Jacksonville spoke of t'

the Board of Education at su* One evening at a meeting they resident of Miami, has been gave the girl the gun and ciation's constitution.: ing held by the Better Education 'ficaUies involved with the opening "problems of entrance tests. ?
.twban Park Forest, 01. asked me to run for the school awarded a fellowship to Yale told her to run. The girl was of school. Mrs. Singleton He said employers should low 6
,Richard D. Winston, 32. Is ft board. I've leaned more about, later arrested la front of the Hushed Kills Estreated said she had been Informed er some of their entrance: re* M .,
Negro the first black man to' leaned la a llfetIme.7also hotel according to police. that no transfer had been planned qalremenU, because they are r. ;:
become a member of District discovered Lakewood wasn't the Robinson's tribulations start Wife Alter F.riesi Qeerrel for earlier than October 1, discriminatory to less educated ':'.
IM's school board. school ed on March. Be was by Paul Hahn, child: service. Negroes." .
Winston 1s a micrographiessales only. ttatneddrepalrs. arrested when found with heroin A 22-year old mother, estranged from her husband, 'was director, .
representative for East "Actually we've got a good and .a 22-callber pistol la Us shot and killed by Urn when,, following Us telling her by The council woman's letter ******* ::1
man Kod Coa.1aD1"QJcap.. school system la Park Forest room IB Stamford. Oa May '1 ft phone on her Job that be was taking their two sons to his la which her suggestion. was
As such, be establishes compile la general. I guess that's why judge ordered two-year delay. mother's home in Georgia she met him,argued,and later rushed nude, was referred to Mayor Aihm Petrel's'I } '
teed to be
people complacent
la prosecution and to ft telephone booth to call police. Bans with I
badness systems for abort II-ea.a1 people la the paced Tenser Jr., ft request !t
corporations, service organ!* area simply were not aware of IB the custody of the James chilies S2,1933 West fired through,the .glass of the that be advise u to .t;;
fttuos.aad agencies that have needs existing at two or three s Department for:treatment ass 13th, according to Sergeant C. door. whether.. integration win be sew Tilk "IMWCH"li
.included the Illinois Central specific schools' la the t "drug dependent" person. E. Peoples,' walked into police Information revealed that government's policy,There was t1
RallroidadthekmirlesaMedial district" Though Jackie Robinson, Sr., headquarters and said"! want Chelvei u employee of the no answer at the Monday meet 1

fsuffittton. la selling Winston's "firsts" include was not available for comment, to give myself up.l shot my Duval Garbage Disposal left: ,ing.Chairman of the Commission St. Lark
microfilm systems, Winston victories track: be did say earlier that his son wife." Upon further questioning the l ene and parted Us car. Bob Harris said there could
Winning as a Loa1IComptroller'
The St
first obIIneIuorpa1aat1ca'. began smoking marijuana while Chelves told of shooting at the home of a friend foljj be no change if any until ST. LOUS:
star first IB Ugh" school at Office last week
.
present methods analyses Its la the Army la Vietnam. Be Mrs. Ernestine Chelves, 2219 lowing the'scooting. Toe car Octoberl.According.-
: and later
seeds. and offers a time and Philadelphia at suffered shrapnel wounds la Edison after she remonstratedwith was recovered at Logan andAcorn to rumor Hahn said ft 1600 check signed by '
money saving system of micro .at Pennsylvania State Pntver Vietnam and returned home la him about planning to take streets. According to was out of town because of two sponsors of I speech by
filming frequently tied In with ally where be attended on a ROSCOE ELLS 1967. Later be left home. Their sons, Parker and Deyo, Patrolman" WhUtiagton Chelves' throats to Us person fellowing Adam Clayton Powell la the .w
a"computer for fast filing and 4-year tract scholarship. Be University for the 196M969 away from Jacksonville. Homicide caught a taxi and came to; remarks he made u to child city auditorium bouncedfor lack
retrieval.ft ran the sprints and high hardies. academic year and for the summer -' USELESSATLAIITIC Captain R. B. WUtttagton police headquarters. care. Harris said Hahn had of funds. ,
IUIaoII CentralbeInWlled The first Negro to live la of 1969. .Ellis has ben M.J. had to The check did not bear Po I
CITY said Chelves admitted doing The two It was said ben invited to his office
ft system that ssbstltates TrvcksvlUe Pa, near WUkes- admitted for study toward themaster ( (') Two months after It the shooting. been separated about a month. discuss alleged remarks made well's signature It was half
Barre where be woo over the of the rental for Kiel Auditorium
microfilm for paper waybills' of arts degree la teaching was founded to work,up a dialogue Patrolmaa E. W. Skinner re* Frequent quarrels concerned to the Negro children. -
for freight ft cat the handling community by maaaglag a la the Yale teaching pro- between blacks: and whites ported that the two had been the custody of their two child Hahn according to Information where Powell spoke to
time from S mantes per bill Little League baseball team gram. The scholar majored la Atlantic Com arguing violently about their ren. left town, and was said tp some 200 and was the second 4
to t .state : prob1"t\::
f rknmpioo.hip. half of the
to 15 seconds.WInston mathematics while at FAMU 1 lost Us 29 two children. Mrs. Chelves Mrs. Cbelves died la the telephone be considering resigning to'' '100 contract
I moved to the quiet Winston said be and b1I faa1lJ and mlnored history. Be was black members. The 29 bailed stepped into a nearby telephone bOOth. A ffoM exsmlad- response was made to Chair man. The appearance was made
1 Park Forest la 1969 and soon have bees well accepted active la student. activities.EUls out, leaving the organization: boon on Edison.Witnesses laid Ion was made at the Dun Harris suggestion that Mrs possible by Willie L. Wilson. I;
begaa set-thing for a contribution wherever they have lived. la Is the son of Ernest to the U white members because that Chelves stewed to the door Medical Center Monday morn- Madeline Knight and her staff aDd\ Rat Scales, la the at meof :
1969 be moved' Into a l-room the Church of God ta CUrst
he might make to Improve L. Ellis of 246 N. W. 169 ". U useless and accomplishing of the.telephone while Mrs. log' The Bullet, wounds were should be complimented for the
duplex at 4 Krotlak la Park to Mike Marnati Kiel
the community. Be found Street, MiamL He was the val nothing\ It 14 ft Chelves was preparing to nuke la the face the chest and lathe services given at the home. according -
there was work to be
the Park Forest 1ChoolI.1j and their chorea. of Northwestern High School the white community." at her., Che.res is said to.- have, ******** her himself. *******

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/Five' Edward Waters Students Receive Ryder Truck Line Scholarship brains i


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Ryder Trick Hits Gives Schtlirs..ips'' President Hoekeule


CIVIL RIGHTS Stresses Fiassdel Prellee" .


Edward Waters College ban been selected to
students aI
ROUNDUP FM Truck Woes scholarshiP crantJ 01 $605 tach tor
rtttin Ryder
By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALPOLICE the nsa... academic: year, according to E.N. Hoekenga,.
: ._-1"II'ha .,.k ffle-based motor carrier.IHVMJCUa .
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GROUP SUES ., ) committee
A special: scholarship Jacqueline Lewis, bora In
was appointed tomato Eastman, Ga., obtalnednerhlgh
PORTLAND, On.-(NP1>-The addition of six mort black the selection of the students, school diploma In Jacksonville
officers to the KXMnan( police force of tola city without civil according to Theodore Dansby,' She is a member of Alpha ED-
service status making. a total of 11 on the rolls-tea been director of Student Loans,Welfare silos Honor Society and the
objected to by the Portland Police association which has filed and Placement English Club at Edward Waters
suit to block the mono The six would hate been hired tern Recipients, all from Jackson- College. Miss Lewis Is presently .

porarUy. Homer, the association seeks a restraining order rule, are Jacqueline Lewis, spending ten hours per
because the appointees would not be subject to civil service ZL 517 Johnson Street, Junior week working with underprlrlleged ,
procedures and that would "hurt the morale and efficiency of majoring in English and Psychology children
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the police." ; Theresa L. Prlngle, Theresa Prlngle, a Mire (ilacbollYWe ?

V II, 1994 West 20th Street, a was graduated "
CLUB MEMBERSHIP senior majoring In Social from New Stanton High School. .

SPRINGFIELD, N.l.-NPl-OOP prts1denUa1 nominee Rich Science and Psychology;Robert She is presently Florda State .
ard M. Nixon and Baltnsrol Golf Club hare been challenged to L. Clark 19, 2544 West 25th President theChrlstlan Tooth s
recommend 10 blacks and 10 Jews for membership In the club, Street, a Junior majoring in Fellowship 0 f the Chrlstaln
L which Is accused by the American Civil Liberties Union of Business Education; Marvin Methodist Episcopal Church, *
ew Jersey of "discrimination against Negroes and Jews." P. Dawklns, 10,'0Z4 Ken Knight and has active membership In'''
00 i has said be would do so, but"I am not going to showboat Drive, a Junior majoring in the Young Women's Christian r.
round on the Issue, 111 work from within...*' The club, whose Sociology and Psychology; and Association, Vogue EH Social,'
i is limited to 500 golf members and rz$ house members, James H. Hlghtower, 29, 7031KCB Club and Mattie E. Coleman 4l
i it does not exclude Negroes and Jews,but added there Knight Drive, a senior Circle. She was married June.
o ', are'no Negro or Jewish members. majoring in Psychology. 15 nSI *?
Toe annual scholarship offer Robert.Clark a graduate oil*
DO IT THEMSELVES from Ryder Truck Lines was New Stanton Senior HlghSdtooV"

EAST CHICAGO HEIGHTS, HI.-{NP1> This poor suburb, accepted by Dr. William B. Is a Jacksonrille Dl y.. Be Isq
needing 1195,000 to obtain a federal grant of $l8eooo for a Stewart, president of Edward a member of Phi Beta Sigma v<
community serrice center proridlngprograms employment, Waters CoD.pat formal ceremonies Gamma PI, and the ,
education aid, recreation and library services. held May 30 to Lee Edward Waters College Honor.
$06,00d
has raised the amount in less than two months. Auditorium. Ryder Truck Lines Society. Clark served aspresl-j'

Originally, the 7,000 population chiefly Negroes bad a deadline executives, including President dent of Edward Waters College
of Aug. 11, to get required amount, but after they made such Hoekenga, J.G. Rubensteln, ex- Business Club, president of the ?e
a whopping snowing they were -circa a 60- ?
:, Allen director of Personnel,
;:". the Student Government Aso-T
attended the presentation held elation and treasurer. for the.-*
NEW ADULT CLASSES during senior class night activities. Art GoodmU Choir.
Scholarship recipients for 1968-69 recently toured Ryder Truck the hosts. Shown Qeft to right) are Robert Clark Rubensteu, Marvin Dawklns is a native ofvJacksonville.
Lines' general offices and terminal complex here in Jacksonrille. Roekenga, Jacqueline Lewis, James Hlghtower,Theresa Prlngle, The fire annual scholarships He Is a. Junior, "
Starlit Sipt. 3, 1KI 1:00: PM Earl N. Roekenga, president the company (3rd from left) and and Martin Dawktns. Harry's Studio provide a grant of $605 for Interested In tnotlratlonal be."'*

J.O. Rubensteln executive rice president (2nd from left) were each student, to corer tuition, batter, IfeJIoIoc1ea1r.1tUdI., "
ENROLL NOWI!
boots, fees, and appropriate and group dynamics. 7

Resiital AUi Class lll| CosbyBrochire Testitfl Boy Power sipplles.maintain a Reclpleatsmust"c" avenge to James student Hlghtower Is, anadvancedsenior a native fI'*VJacksonrllle. ,I.

Caskiir-Salts Clerk retain the scholarship.Only Be beads a 8.S. '
GetsCORHMltlffOI full-time students may degree from Edward Waters;i,
'MIr
Kiiderfartei leader's Aide qualify for the scholar ships,and College, attended Walkeu'aslJltIl
curricula must be allied to College and Florida .-
bashes Financial need must Uahu.II Hlghtowerv
A,4II1 y.
and Individual Instruction
Group ATLANTA, c..-Telerlslon'f M established, and recipients served U president of toe,,',
biggest! stars seldom venture 1"k"' may be of either sex, at any Senior Class, Is a member of

Cuitar-Piano-Voice Trumpet-Drums Into radio. So, naturally, wha rear UreL the Veteran's Club, and holds
?
Saxophone-Flute-Oboe Trombone-Viola Bill Cosby Is involved, his entry Students studying under the membership la the Edward
Is marked by a special brochure Ryder Truck Lines scholarships Waters Honor Society. He II''.
French Horn-Theory string Bass-Tuba heralding In* ew*. I are eligible for amiable. married to the former Linda'.
The American Advertising part-time employment by the McNeaX and the couple has t i

Violin-Cello Federation recently presented company and will be considered slx-mooth-old daughter Tlf.jfany
a first place award for the Jar management trainee positions Iwanonaki. '.

Bolden's College Colby brochure, dereloped by .. graduation.
Nose L. Martin, Editorial and
Graphics 8 p e c I a II s t. Advertising -
W6 W. 20th Street Registrar 358-6465 and Sales Promotion Annual Egyptian Teal
Department Coca-Cola ISA.t .'
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4 It. L. Johnson, Acting President
Martin received the top prbe'en
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.I 1 the behalTof"direct mall-piece"'his .company category In1 r For Daughters of

Your professional beautician of compttltloo-the Federation's national .

knows the answer. .. The purpose of the brochure bT-
was to communcate the tremendous
popularity of BUI Cosby Isis Held In Mil. j

to Bottlers of Coca-Cola and .

to radio stations. The booklet BY VmONlA DANDRIDGK

Should every woman displayed an unusual three- We Annual Egyptian Tea for the Imperial Court. Daughters>

color combination of black, tl of UU was held ia the Crystal Ballroom 01 the SbentoD-

be a blonde? white,was and created red. The by layout Howard design .. Scaroeder HoW OB Sunday afternoon August 25. ;t

KJeldsen Associates, Inc., of Real "boy power"was haroessed. by BJf.Goodrich engineers to test the effect of tile company's'' Mrs. Maul Hales of Zembo Isls. Mrs. Emily W. wlson' ,%
'AtJaDta. newly developed "FabrUock film" a polymeric material designed reduce pant wear at Court, the .host court was the of Pyramid Court,rbUadefchia, t'2

Blonde hair. Is beautiful for those women whose natural colorIng to develop; the brochire, the be..."Itermre bonded Fabrilock to the pants these boys are WtU'1nC-but only on one knee general chairman assisted by Pa., wearing aa "lnptlU
It flatten. But not everyone should be a blonde. Martin worked not only with of each pair. Knee sections not protected with Fabrllock could Dot stand the punishment, u this Mrs. Mary Crutcher. Queen Costume", received aai;
Expert beauticians know that complexion and hair complement each other to glamorize and bring out all the nat McCann-Erickson Advertising through the grueling, grinding perpetual motion world which normal l-to-10-year-olds Uv|. the National Associations for
ural beauty that was meant to be. They also know that very Agency and with his associates The "real boy" tests worked out so well bee sections treated with Invisible Fabrllock film the Advancement of Colored Local Soldiers *
coarse and dark hair often is resistant to drastic color changes. In both t sAdtertlaingaadSales outlasted untreated sections up to nine times)that B.F. Goodrich advertising personnel repeated .People through Life Memberships
However there's no doubt about nightly lighter hair adding ex Promotion Department and the thit test, before cameras, for a television commercial. and encourages aU of the
citement to a woman's appearance. And hairdressers know Brand Management Group for subordinate courts to participate. Receive Awards

there Is no better product to add a whole new appeal to every Coca-Cob, Coca-Cola mAiCE- Presently there an
woman's look than Miss Clalrol halrcolorlng-extra rich Creme Ilick Brothers As Its Leek Friar HereBY with some NAACP 141 subordinate Memberships.courts For ,High Scores?

Formula or new extra easy Shampoo Formula.
Both Miss Clairol products lighten and color at once, combining NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Mrs. Morma J. Ganaway, who FORT BENNING, CEcRGIAy:
Successful We cant help but decry: those blacks la the nation who yelp Is the Imperial Chairman
vibrant new color with the natural pigment of the hair. So Are waspraised Two Jacksonville soldiers, Prl- *
even those shades that look blonde on white hair (as shown on "wolf when authorities step up
most color selection charts) give a variety of flattering red-to- Oil and lawlessness. Any purposeful fewabiding.c0sea could be projectTed : N. Bordea Jr., hart been.,
Gill
With not less.B .
n brown shades on women whose hair was black to begin do Meeklns,, assistant director awarded plaques for scoringhighest
god Is logical to assume that it 1s right and perfectly la the tor Life Memberships, la their basle combat?
with.Beauty PITTSBURGH Gulf Oil order of official responsibility to bring In the entire Tinned was present and *
presented certificates *
salons are equipped to answer questions and help training battalion on the phy-
Company took the advice of
States' armed forces to prevent a riot. and law to the Illustrious
Quell or Comnandresses -
with hair color selection. Depend on your hairdresser to have the Black Alliance here, took steal combat proficiency test
the professional skills and the total family of fine Clalrol products lessons for whatever reason the lawlessness started. of the courts that .(KPT). :
their recommendation to
u ,
-I I.MM hf Y nor frtuyAf Those of us who fear police, are criminally !inclined. Thoseof completed payment on their Life t
to make every woman's experience with halrcolorlng completely Prt Lay, Company CaDdPIL
Alton Bryant who really never h-
who want the to loot and bun and take shots
; freedom pot Memberships for
us
1967-61.
personal and glamorous Should you be a blonde? If youdon't Seism lei i fuel tolull thought of having his.own filling Borden, Company D, tU'Dtdtlle j
at from hidden darkened ia the of A
people spots are category
highlight
was a colorful
and
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know ask M r AM. tM award ,
really your expert. hairdresser. -IM station, and set him up in by scoring the maxlmani.,
and the to life and the "
Dual let I Fuel Cl: gangsters Imposers upon right liberty entertaining program that 500 points oa the test neu'iperfect
.QaIroII Inc.IM7 cowneyaCalrol Inc. business, with his brother.
u. L I* It. ......., pursuit of bappi eaL featured the Parade of Cos scores admitted them*,'
This 1s a success story. Alton If the In Miami had tamed machine loose tunes
police guns on by twenty-three mem
to the Training Center's ex-])
needed money. He might have those hoodlums who wanted the freedom to loot and burp bets from various .
property subordinate '*
r been able to accumulate $500at la their the rest of the Innocent courts. elusive 500 Club. K
ialNi Bob Srititb Suwmer FoiryPiie Now own neighborhoods, city's The costumes were
j the hardest. He had no idea The PCPT consists olive Ia-"
law-abiding population>> could live In peace. Egyptiaa, and Mrs. Gertrude
that Gulf would be Ida savior.He B authorities ia Los Angeles' riot-infested Watts had not H. Keith from AHah Cart No. diridnally-scored erentsene.I

I, Family Group Pictures In Breadth I II never. Front thought that Street the franchise Impressive saturated the area with an avalanche of police, many unsuspecting 6,Kansas City Missouri, received run-dodge-jump mile run, 4OJar4.1ow.crawl", a&D.c&rr1'.1. ,1 i
would be dead burnt-out
Negroes or .today. first prlae with a costume and I horlsontal ladder *
where the handsome
And U Mayor Eric Jonsson of Dallas and the city council had that the"Goddess '
: Taking Living Color And Discount Too I' three-bay, colonial style. m.Uoo depicted These events hare bees carefullychbsea -
I I stands would be the not passed unlimited authority into the hands of officials, we to that
new demonstrate
could hare expected right in Dallas a probable parallel
locale for of the nAVEUNO WITH most significant of'
the activity: areas
"Select The Jacksonville's leading" the rioting turmoil la other cities. aimrexMotor *
Best' : brothers. strength and staJalDalltCtII&rJ10
: two B Is a sad state of affairs when Negroes band together to trips with tnfanU J
and the
Alton Infantryman.
was first recipient of
the of leniency towards criminals. B U
express audacity practically
children require hat a tow :
% loan. The The Training Center *
$ dealer estaMtabed
a ,500 was
1 I II treason of principle to ask for freedom to riot extn procauUoo to assure a
Simmer Weddings Black Alliance aided also. B II hIP time law-abiding citixens of this nation rise up ate and oomforUtd journey.If .- at Fort BeoDlng on
Osier Bnri Pictures Kept 15
I I IY spinet this impending .evil aDd args aDd demand that it be poatlbte. limit you travel 1965. Highly-trained
to only :900 personnel teach tuBdaaeotal
tog
PALMER'S"SKIN stopp -cot hamper the law in its approach to peaceful or awes a day
and boo
0 I. stopover point military skills to the Individual
.J Pissurt Pie Illes Weddiii Receptions : SUCCESS"OINTMENT coauaUDllJu. with tacUittM for recreation oldlsr-tralnee. Since December
I II Just because we hare reason to resent the failure of authority and infant cull Stock your 1965
to make our areas, "more" livable, we do not hare Just reasonto ear with a mfflcimt supply ofdlirptiMMt more than 1)3,0001mea
t Club AoDhersiries ask for the right to makethem less livable and safe than they diapers and see'-l hare beea IfIdaaI.Uroaa o
Clubs man basic
Private MI..m. U* :'k-J: : I alreadyare. tarn nub! rood. hate oar. combat training. J
I I IJ f ua Una'novan "matt, MI U paitaurind and Fort Bennlng... otter time!'
M i.W..ALMO'I.* I We are ashamed to be of the same race: u those IwIdatd
1 nuci tut wu *iua m. water U pan Abo. let tt it ions bib Yet
J Bowliit leans Baby Pictires ,. uw. uctur MTMOT ,hoodlum-Inclined Negroes who want the right to loot and burn that your chUdnn's tmmunitadon its bask; other units. et-,eI
I ...... 0* :" w kftUUM .. Mi our property, and subject ,us to their unjustified rowdyism aboU (tetamu polio and tnlsston-HBatiag j
ter
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I 110-. .... ....,11...limn. ii II .UK....tutm, It Is my fervent hope that the law enforcement department of whooping cough) are up to dnmlnites.combat Inftnrrjmen still i
__ ....... 11III ... i. ..mtua all cities will declare an all-out war on hoodlumlsm and shoot da&e. Prt. a
Lay
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was eraduatedfromvJacksonriUe's
I 1l"'CUS"-r.: wp tr down like mad dogs those .who Invade the peaceful serially
IF IT IS IMPORTANT, TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY teot INwI r.ud ra ,1.. 1u. .. M e.. of our American home life and who violate our right to walk the Englewood V\f\ i>
is iIdIIII. IlriUlIOII n rr..rwNrt. School in 1967 and attended s

J I WITH A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER I II oar I taTNPMII4wO.1 UMTftttl a streets It, the safely.white-owned business'In Negro neighborhoods exploit Florida A 1967 Junior graduate College.of Jackson-_ ?

you or subject you to unfair business practices: stop trading
ECONOMY SIS I of OH air tit rule's Matthew W. Gilbert Mg "t

I BOB SMITH FASHION STUDIO : SET. KEAD-TIMOE nOTECTI6NM with aagalnst him.unfair And police there Interference are laws adequate or brutality.enough to protect you School Prt Borden visa.
IM e.Naee ( employed by J. .
*> MMMM -.rrNW C.Penney Com-
:..I_- -MCCui II tipIo* tSSt_. a N..t..U L..u There Is no possible reason why we should expect to Oght! pal before entering the Army.-,"
U :: Injustice with lawlessness, the victims of which will certainly Prt Lay's mother, Mrs.Mar..n:
L m nL a wJ J.- be ourselves.dad .
_____ __ PUN" {ICtW t* suet L. Cone, lives at 664 w
that's the way It looks from here..
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smllll. AUGUST 31 1., !Wl -- _. -- .

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Modernette Club Celebratesrr Rose Miry, Smith h Redid
Alpha Kappa Alpha .

..." 1., ::' :.::_ ':'J' Guest At

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Lawn Fete
Birthday
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Sorors Support ; ::
; Rest Mary Smith., granddaughter
of Mrs. Nellie Smith,
entertained some of her little
N tionalleader's friends Saturday, August 14, a
her home at 2149 College Circle
with a lawn party. Many

"Pet Projects"Dr. i, tkp! games Pink, were green played.and yellow were

the colors displayed Hot dogs
candies soda, potato chips and
let cream wert ;.."ad. .The
Lwzette Hale Outlines ;' guests sang\ "Happy: Birthday"to MRS. GERTRUDE MORSE
1?
__ the honoree.
Attending were: Wayne and Mrs Gertrude F. Morse will
At Meet In Dulles
Proflrem
Theodore Harris Albert and appear In a dramatic recital
y sL4 Thelma Bands J.D. and Mark at New Bethel AME Church,
DALLAS "Wt ate making progress, bat DOt Cut enough" Singleton, Gilbert Badac.a,Mr'. Sunday September 8, at 7 p.m.,
Were among the strong tad encouraging words la the address of Beatrice Walker, Richard,Lisa under the auspices of the Sarah
the National President of the International Alpha Kappa Alpha and Dawn Williams hits Wll- McGimls Missionary Society

Sorority Inc., Dr. Ursette G. Halewhentea nessace directedto llama, Mrs. Ruby BeQ, Mrs. and the. Women's Day Commit-
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spurring the Negro tot lager spirit of productivity and agressiveness Nellie Smith mother and MissG. tee Mrs. Helanle Jones is
she outlined, la this Deep South metropolis, future Fleming chairman. Mrs Morse is the
plans! for the sorority during her administration.Congress. wife of Dr. Leonard F. Morse.
"No person of color Is saltvita ******** \

A Jeadershlp school is held everyone has equal opportanlty 'T Rev. HcCriy Returns
every other year, alternatingwith and we think we oat DOES AIR POLLUTION
the eocv enU a4 Onderfradtates to approach It by doing :
From Vacation IRRITATE YOUR SKIN?
recti.. special something very positive and

consideration. Numerous bulletlns constrKtlve," said the presi The Modernettt Social and Saving Club observed the fourth at Refreshment; .Ruth Glover Sinking Fund; Dorothf'lbomu.IIIlIlnrslfJ Rev. N. McCray left the city :.rt.r.te_''tut irMN' M.1..etJII': :-:ndM le
relate to health housing, dent, Director of Public recently at the Community Center, 19th and Chase. Lucy Rightower treasurer; Mary Walter, List Robinson, recently: on a short vacation. ll.>lM. p em.e/t! altLunn. lIe '
education, welfare, career Relations and Development at.Langston Members, from left, In the picture,are Mmes N. Jackson, president; Verdell Reed, assistant secretary: ; G. Howard, He was the guest of Re,. and e watt 5kt, _IM Irrlt"tm Mnwliy.1''__"Ntiixr'","ole.Ml..*. \ .
J guidance *employment opporhmltles and acting chairman financial secretary: Eunice Matthew, critic; Caroline Flavor, Refreshment Committee; Tommie Llnton, business manager; 'Mrs. Plttman In Marlanna./ std bl.cee/tdt' ". .51*f I/Ota mpttiio. tolor*,mi eMc .
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and art fun of.sac of the Business Administration vice- esWent;; Mary Willie Lee, Willie Litemore, chairman and Linda Senior recording secretary. Photo by Weems From there they motored to c: ..,lq. FtMrwtt trt> 'T MIMI* I 4Aecel.d ,.
-Mill .u "" MUCH CHUM It 1
advice on techniques.Dr. Department.Dr. '
Jensacola. where he was met c ,.* C.M.ieh IM Itll
Bale resealed that, la Ok- Bale outlined Impressively by a host of old friends,'who dRclM ttrwiftti tl tmixonlilM nwcwy
laboma, there art more Negro the plans that wm be carried Pilgrim" Charity Mrs. Pooler VisitsIn Joined them on a sightseeing new.li*lft4 M t.j tool Iho. .UM toMMIory* Slittl(nllMpllcIK hinntoo *-.
teachers.with masters decrees oat la the Mure, DOt only In I Wedding Bells I tour. sides l pie,.'..lie (tt p.MnllrrtcttltM ..
bl Hi* ptMlM, Ift4I d.rm
than white. the area of history, but la theother Club Has Cookoul New York CityMrs. From Pensacola Rev. McCray Wet-alt ,fitn rowlb tt,."::'; IttC.CHI .
The emlaent leader foresees areas of education race MUM lomt. IK* CJ:
went to Lakeland, where be Illsa loirer. ctoartr, iwtwM
Saving |
The Pilgrim Charity and -
and In boslaess. At ).... .
a nationwide family relations' relations lotimo It Irockloi f mwoOCT
Club will have the annual Maude Pooler 2004 spent some time with his wife, Pete tnitst4. tM Ml tls.d ee.l,
conference for next her the moment there art seven Robert D. ChaneUe. 119) W. Rene William Dlx,17 lew.ztthSt .. .
year t Fairfax Street, accompanied by Mrs. Lola McCray, and family.: MM "-'" Nrk.e" 'd'' ttmNee.
Jena 'of service extending to target programs, namely: The cookout Monday September Beaver St. 19 and Carolyn 19 and Beverly Louisiana e 11k!
her Mrs Queen Tinman Rev. McCray, upon his return, IW'i.. 'rt"ie1i": tat, +
at t for the Junior members Wilson sister
p.m ld Lockhart Dr. 1ft.
of 4Z06
Center
mo. Job Corps .Cleveland home of Mrs. Allen, E. lilt St., 11. of St Peterburg, flow to New was the house guest of Mr. eltAII'
la the
The Alpha leader' holds the serving $29 women; t series Beatrice, Thomas nOt WUcox. Burn St., U and Johnnie M. York where she visited her son and Mrs. Theodore Williams,. HtAD-TO-TOC
Doctor's Degree from the Unl- of brochures on Negro women Mrs. Bessie Allen president Warren L. Duncan, U, 1450 Hayes, 1U5 Harrison St., t7.L. Morgan. They also visited Mrs. of Mulberry. Be returned to PROTECTION
natty of Wisconsin.. She is a la politics, medicine, research LUlls lI.rrltt secretary W. Lad St., tO and Jerlyn 8.Tangh Freeman, lOtS Moreboost Battle McCtenon. Mil Pool the city on Aaggtt 19 and Nle IM Mt-Kllil' fmf n4lutl IM MHt
Mrs. ,
and la other fields heritage 17U Jefferson St. It. IN (UCCIU-IMT, HktMtDkMhttMlt
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wife ,
the
natirt of IdabeL Otla., Rd.tl. Mrs. EssieEppt preached from the pulpit of
er's sister-in-law <
and Mrs. Beatrice Thomas Is |Kti ftrtft Vat *IM tttorJTM -
.of Dr. William Bate. president tours scholarships; careerguidance. and Mr. and S.Plana his church, Union Community 1n. :. rt'mnTt Mae...........t sal
reporter. kt PeNCI'"Ilia /
1204 Davis JMrt.
of Laagstoa, a school of more Vernord Bright of Englewood ". AME. MCCUI". Mkf.Intfit .
,
thu LJOO students. The faculty: The sorority publishes a Mrs. Edwirds Aniioincej, lain M. Sexton, 1114 W. List St., 19 and Gloria Dean Lee, *n KM Blv, a OH"c"'ref
there is Integrated. Threedaughters wealth of literature. A new I Ct'L 19 and Phyllis CUffl.BrlpU nos _. Slat st., ". *******

Mrs. Patella Hale publication JennegBeaan Daiglrfer's EugiflwenfMrs. 1651 W. Uth St., tO. Shirley Bryant
Jackson, teacher la Columbus, win list 10 Leon Claude Jones, 741 W.
Ohio, Jails, 17, tad Gina were 100,000 brocharts M lodges Betty Edwardaaanounces Alfred R. Feagln, 4800 Moncrlef State St., 19 and Linda: DeBorah Honored By RETURN IY POPULAR DEMAND
la Dallas for the meeting. Mrs. wfll be printed for'wlde Olstrttntion. the engagement and approach- Rd.. tO and Shirley A. Wingate 5705 Hollyhock
With
Jackson lIa..mbtrcltheJJC Two other brochareswfll Inc marriange of her sister, Tamer, $09 Carolina St., tl.. R4., II. Parents Party a- rdW
chapter la Columbus. Janls, come out each year. Each Miss Doris Sparrow to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant i iIi
entering the sophomore year of the ITS gradate chapters Jot Sharpe, Jr., son of Mr. James L. Hunter, 1890 Bar. George William Klnard Ttt tOSS West 6th Street, feted it t
at Ungrton, aspires to AKA awards ODe or more scholar' and Mrs. Joe Sharpe Sr., of dee St. 41 and Mary E. Bamp- W. Union St, tl and Dorothy their daughter Shirley with a
membership.! "vhlp each year. This yearnlat Jacksonville.Amricaa. tonll90BardeeSt,6S.William> Let Brown M54 Owens Avt.14. birthday party. on her eleventh
The National received large persons will receive travel Will natal day.Balloons.
and geaeroej coverage from gnats for the first time, from legion T. Randall, tot} Air ic Tristram Coins.1546 W.. afforded color. Tit IIIIIUDRIFTERS
, the Dallas press. nine areas, and will visit la Hold Roundup Woodcide Are., tl and Brenda Itta St, II and Paula Juana Flowers wen prc ms. Prises
Tributes were paid to the late Mexico, Heritage tours will. E. MaUoy, 1104 Japonica Rd, Tr btmt.t90tLeeSt,17.Gene were awarded. The table was
President Kennedy'tad to Mayor phasise the valtt of Negro The American Legion Roundup 11. covered with many gifts. A
Richard Batcher cI Gary, fad. history. will be held. at the Post Wlbert Wiggins, IMS W. tad Frederick Tillman,1924 birthday cake was In the center.
The sorority Is not limited Alphas are urged to take interest Home, 1179 Benedict Road, St tl and Delores Chandler W. 45th St, n and Shirley Ann The second table was set lIPID
: II membership to Negro women.It la politics and become Saturday August 31, at t p.m. llil Logan St, tO. Cherry 1504 Whltner St., 19. buffet style.
: was fotndtd Ia 1901 at Involved la community atMru Awards will be made. Veterans Mrs. Elnora Haggard assistedIn '
t l Howard, University and Is tat .Among the 1,000' la attendance \ sad friends art Invited. VleU, Howard Munford Ittl W.Itm Lawrence Charles Kroger, making It pleasant for the
f world's oldest Negro sorority.: m'-Dallas, was Rath Harvey; nam veterans art Invited. WU- Btu and Grade M. Harris, Rolllstan Mass.,tl and Eaton following: Otis Turner, Joseph
caadidate. "for the VirginiaMedical lard Morris is eommaader::,*,. ,lliI w. uaa It., 35. Cala Richardson, MOl First Turner Samuel Tamer,' Del.' PR -LABCf( DAY' -
"\ St., Neptune Beach, Fla.. 1. phlne Clark, IlarIEtll.auDou, AND
Jeff Simmons, Carol Simmons LABOR DAY DANCESUNDAY
P residents Charles Hubert Story 4MI Marlene Brlarpath Wendy

Spring Park Rd., tS and Suaannt Cannon, Stanley Haggard, Patricia -
Jeaa Allen, 426 E. 45th Haggard, Lesslt Mat AIaIuG, $3.
St., a. Haggard, Beverly Benjamin
Mr. Charlie Haggard and
Joseph Weldon Franklin Jr., others. : i
2MI HerecbeUSt.tJ Nancy
AND
Parker Owen, 304 w. 'lCO St., United Jacksonville saps 1 MONDAY SEPT. ISSI
.tb ;11.

:rC John Norton Holeomb, Changes Meet

.. Branson, Miss, 15 and Lottie United Jacksonville Inc., will +'=ir. St0WTIMtS:
,1. James Dooley, 51U Blrkenhead hold Its regular meeting On f 1000; AND It00t ;
a. Road, SO.l1auDJ September I Instead of onSept- tRaa PARKAG
/ H l r ember.2.. at I p.m., ajt t$41 raGlo. CJN/Mjelee k" .
yi .. l /1 ". ,. Randall Nolan, 5009 Kings Road. Tat Board of
If" to ( Birkenhead Rd., 20 and Donna Directors will be elected.: All ,, l
Lois Solaao 5019 Birkenhead are invited Dr. Amort Glrardeaa .. .-. AL I
84. ... Is Chairman. Mrs. Soul! OrlvI FOt b'NKVIrloN3 Pier. 7bS t2SS
Battle Dlx Grew 1s Secretary. 765.9300
f Russell Paul Intel TaUahassee .

Fla. t< and Melanie
Ruth Johnson, 8010 ThordenRd.tt. I

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t -,. Elbert R. Livingston.7021 Ken broil Now AI the New
0.. ;'... '. Knight Dr. E., tl and Julie,. IiIIII Sdt l Gr.sl
J Smith, 7225 E. Ken Knight Dr.,

I 20. Caner CllIIte TrauiifirslIISIIM

.' Bernard M. Troutaun, 1220 YetereislC
'bI Davis St, tO and Mary N.

It" Lester, 1220 Davis St, 17.
i \ lIST j jillite
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) .... 3' .'Y' ) Frederick W. Tucker. 550 Wk
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'i1 :'' : lit St, 19 and Addle M. Hudson 011 WEEK

.' 550 W. 1st StM 19.
\ !;:> \ IEFTI
Classes Sepfeluber, 91b
--$ Begin j
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"' "... .'. Jlmmte L. Scott, 1221 Haloes
.( .. .,.y'-;. / '{ .;? st, 21 and Helen M. Everett, !I
-"""-. r d fi 115IPaeemSttl. Caner Business College Offers So Hay More jccOl&ll Dl PrIDcIpal f fAdHtass il
.J.1 v
jw Intermediate Business 1.
I John A. Howard, Jr. 1211
... ..,.,.... ...A..... W. 12th st., n and Thelma:! : Data IIatJa Proctu1Dc lntroduetioD Ad-To .I. }
Mrs. Clifton C. Long tar ten, president of Women's iri11to'7. iron by Proctor Sues Mrs. Winston Jackson second from Maxwell, Mil W. 15th St., 29. t 1'j;
American Medical .Atr ne t tii and Mrs Ashley O. Thomas far right a member of the Women's Auxiliary of Detroit, UMA is lUll HIIH Toni tatIDc tilt IDe IludoeuPMacees : 1-
I right president of Women's Auxiliary National Medical Association tbt winner of the 4 quart Proctor IUd electric ice cream Charlie Wheeler 1717 W.10thSt surest step 10 ne. SbortbIAd IpetdwrUUHlllEI' ..
Join In a happy scene at the National Medical Association -, treecer being held by Mrs. Thomas. The tan gal In the center 27 and Betty Walker, 2115UpplaRd. IS U-ITUI'! cell whenya enroll IDe CirtCI iefresber !
Convention la Bosst m. They share the Joy of Mrs.Anna Is not a Texan. She's ft11* elphh's Ernestine GUmore Proctor ., 1$. Sa Caner', taU da1
Jackson second from left, as she displays her winning Lifelong Sites representative at the convention. or evening c....... BegIn Interned" ;
Robert E. Warner New Or< '(TrUIS OIUn.l :!
> ElectiEIIEms
'late Advanced I
Pride of Miceo leans 1.&. 61 and Prlnceen
Law
I FASHIONMA'Lco A GLANCEBy Lodge Meets On Wade, 915 W. Beaver St., 24. 1.1 "lUlU -Bene OYed Fr"for AD Placeverthiag OJ. Eco'DOmk.Psychology f lilingg Ad. a, i"

Israel Stalllngs,Jr.. 11M Van SenSe f Jbm bJ punch t. f
play a dominant role .Ventage sllkd. called crepe Jectton of the hippte look and September 5 Burea St.,'26'and Jobante'af.Hayes t t1u

on the Fashion scene, and lace de chine and crepe georgette the midi raincoat.. Separates Pride of Macao Temple No. 1225 Harrison St.. 27. veterans who .. .
,Is very prominent, are also la the spotlightBacttoschool continue la popularity and glen 1M, IBPOEW vlU meet o0hest nut IA active dut1 B C f fa II I
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Lace, long bon for its flattery wardrobes art' plaid vest with pockets, flared 1Dbti 6 at I p... at 71t Robert B. Perkins 193 College period cI 111 dI, ear es L.... eii/e t
whether : udllatl. Dues Street Mrs. Battle tt and Frances L.
gives a lovely finish to Important to fair ones .puII C1r18. part or which oc.tured .
a daytime dress, and softness seven, or NY''''... sad this Precious "Fur" goes A-IIDII L James is Daughter Ruler. *. $ College Clr., 8. any aft.r .llDUUJ' 3SS-0513 !
to a nit- Jrt can be extremely Is usually the time to begin Come Fan, It win be fittadflare. Queen B. Williams Is reporter. 29. II 1155. 2611 N. Myrtle Avenue Pbeae

provocative for evtntla.. ri nnint .ja advance of Sept la Mink and Sable and o ODe I or IIort ,
In little-girl Ue,prtUJ puter ember... Colorful, and attractive they win be betted. Second Baptist Joseph B. Grooms, Merritt DepeDdtGta DepeIllStDt lam 1Dttrtatt4 ID kDO.Iig more about CBC' 4 1
or seductive black. Lace Is tall: castumes and accsuaria Christie Brothers' A- hape Island Fta., tt and Beverly .DtpelllStataF1I11 Time fItut sand lJiormatSOll. 1 ,
are presently available mink coats have welt hems and Ushers Barbeque J. Jenkins 12$6 W. 20 th St,
flatteringl 4125 .1 10 4/2 .
always ...
flannels to the fashion-conscious. the suits art budypchaped In **. $100. v.P4UUo ....-.....-......-..-......Y..MNNNNN.N.NNN..NNN.NNN.MNNM.....
Pin-striped gray Second Baptist's Usher Board Time 450 $45. flS ,
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hair .ADDRJS8: ..
Prince of Wales checks Jersey Robbins win adorn the black erase mink.DlBueotnw.
and soft crepe, are favored of this year's cod, a scarf: of Aleaadrtf labor No. 1 Day will barbecue have the on annual September Charles' E.. Johnson, 2041Moreboust cm ............._........_...PBJNE..._...... I IJ
her and the broadtail and fox Into Rd.. 21 and Ruby '
whiter-flower fro daytime. printed wear ia chiffonscovered Paris, will eaUt grace win be chained neck and shoe, a wrap coat (cape) and teams Mrs.S ID Alouo tat home H. Bloat of Mr.and ., 1..' Freeman, 2041 MoreaoostRd.tl. Formerly AmtrIcaD BaaIDuI Co1ltp <../:. I i ..

with poppies, tulips, valet win be chained and shoes Jnlnek and white beaver Into a ,ISH Rlbeult t. ".
and snowwblteorjandy will be trimmed with hard short cape. ...... ,.
cabbage: I rose ** ** I
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II 9 mi.. i mi ,MPEIS SATURDAY, AO VS131,1 1!



II Callahan's Mt. Pleasant Baptist Combined Choirs Plan Sunday Musical I




-: Outstanding Musical Groups Impressive Meeting


I I Will Bring Special Offerings I I' CHURCH NEWS

1: CALLAHAN Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Combined Choirs GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTIST .
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i wUl resent a unique Program Sunday night- September 1.. at-, .. "#I ._'f 'v 1 'A .,. .. D.B. Barnes pastor.Sinclair Sunday In School charge begins assisted at 1:30 by 1.111.wlth'SuPerlntendent hi..
w.o.
9 Devotions p.m. will be led by way No.1.Deacon \ If .J' : stall Holy Communion win be administered at 8.30. This U I
Q'1.; ., ; services begin at 11 MB. Choirs
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Deacons W.J. Henderson and Willie Williams is In special semee. The morning
.
Eddie Lawrence. Mrs. Emily charge of the Sunday School. .-' --, I I./L".,. .,, ''''I.j Nol and No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 andNo. wUl Mm
.' Sheffield will be mistress of Deacon Thelma Wright and : .. V 'II! thr'ougtoat the day, with Mrs. Nlmml Ma Hines at the organ
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ceremonies. Deacon Perry Deacon Roy Jones win be In ;.:V'i Willie L. Young will be at the piano. The aeration: of all

Robinson will deliver the wel charge of the morning services ..:. choirs win beta the Prayer Room. Rey. Ia Easton will
:ecome address. The Mt. Pleasant Chorus 'I \ preach In the morning and the evening. Sick and shot-ins are
Rev. J. Robinson usoclate Is directed by Mrs.E.A.Carter J Mr. Vera Jackson DMC, Mrs. EUttMaJpr.DMC.Mrs. Dodst
minister of Royal Tabernacle, and will song. Usher Baord No. II .', Flowers, Union and Franklin home and Mrs. Rosa Ben Barrow,

win preach. Mrs. Ruby Stewart 2 will serve. \' -l i: .- .. St. Vincent Hospital, Room 359.
;, win sing. Second Baptist of Rev. WhItten will again speakat .' t.
it Callahan win present Its choir. 3 p.m., with devotions led 'V : ,t'. MACEDONIA BAPTIST
Philadelphia Baptist/ andothers by Deacons Robert R. Jones Located at 1133 Franklin. Sunday School begins at 9.30 with

will participate. Mrs. Elva and S.L. Roberts. The chorus I ,' J'I '. ,r Deacon Joan E. Singleton.and staff In charge. Th lesson win
Jones win give words of and Usher Board No. directed: be renewed by an appointee. Consecration and devotional services
appreciation. Remarks will be by Mrs. Dorothy Jones, will .. will begin at 10:45 with Deacon James Melton and deacons

.. made by Deacon Tnelraa Wright, serve. The Combined Choirs An' Impressive scene is shown above when, atSt. Stephen's AME Eleventh District. The choir Is shown in the rear. Rev. JAJohnson In charge. Music win be furnished by Choir No. land No. I
president of Choir No. 1. Rev. will sing again at 8 p.m. Church, on* of' the Tri-lnstltute meetings: was held, under: the: : : pastor. A.P.: Crawford Photo with Professor Wallace Mlms at the organ. The sermon will be
R C.W. WhItten Is pastor. Following the morningaervla. directorship: : of Bishop;; E.G. Hatcher, Presiding Prelate: of the delivered by the Missionary, Ret. L.T. DanIela, assisted by
', Mt. Pleasant Is located one Sunday Deacon Roberts Rev. James Barker. Holy Communion services win begin atff5Wlth
'0 mile north of Callahan on High will meet with the Ypnth. Temple Lodge Celebrates Missionary Daniels and others la charge: along with be
Department, as weU as, with Deaconess Board. Weekly services are as follows. Tuesoty
members of District No.1. Ml. Bethel Women Prayer Meeting, deacons In charge ":45; Wednesday I p.m
o :.. . Mrs. C.W. Blue is secretary.: rehearsals by'Choirs No. 1 and No. 3; Thursday, 12 noon Mis.sicnary .

Mrs. Earnestla Taylor Plan Anniversary, Society Prayer Meeting; Friday I p.m., rehearsals by
president of Choir No. 2, has Choirs No. I and No. 4. Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is reporter.
4. returned from New York. Her The women of Mt. Bethef Baptist

t. son, Frederick Taylor accom- Church, Rev. S.A. Thomas, ) BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
panied her. pastor will hold their f 'I t t" Rev W.L. Williams Is pastor. Location is HIS Madison.

t BRAND NEW anniversary program on r.. ..,; .. Communion services will be at 3 p.m. Rev. Williams will be la

** ** **. September 15. charge. Sunday School begins at Iso,wlthSfCtrlDteademE1II'Dt
: 1968 VW Officers will be: Mrs. 8.A. Sawyer and Mrs. Llllle Webbert In charge. The morning

New Bethel Women Thomas, pastor cdalrmau; Mrs. Evelyn service begins at 11 a.m. Dinners win be served In the dining
Lady Bug ; H. Simmons, ; Mrs. room. BTU will be at 5p.m. The Tooth Hour begins at 6 p..
Wlnnlfred cochairman -
Murray, J An choirs and ushers. will serve dulagthe day. A bus will lean
SEDANAUTOMATIC ; Meet And Plan ; Mrs. Jessie Walker, on August 31 at I a.m. for Daytona Beach.
S secretary: ; Mrs. Ruth Peterson,
I''
For treasurer. I TABERNACLE BAPTIST DGTmmONAL
AnniversaryThe Other committee chairmen .
STICK SHIFT I Sunday School begins at 9:30, with Mrs. Hassle Solomon
I Usher Board of New Bethel are: Mrs. Mrs.Vivian Cherry AJL. Rice, pro'grams ", charge. Mrs. V.D. Young will review the lesson. Rev. W.E.
; will be the morning speaker. The Senior Male
observed its anniversary Monday Steering Mrs. Benny Young pastor
I.V> August 28. Mrs. OJ.McDonaldson R. Simmons; courtesy Mrs. Chorus and the Usher Board No. 1 will serve. Communion win
W rtJJ. was anniversary ; be administered at t p.a The teachers will meet Wednesday
2 Shirley Hlnson a4YlrtI&l.nIlD4IpOIIIOra
::1 chairman. C.W. Bruton is president Mrs., Mary Motley .... 't. at 1f5. The youth choirs will meet Wednesday at B.:30pm.
.' ; Prayer Meeting will be at 730.
CatlinGriffin' beauUflcatlon; Mrs. Helen Bel
.. The Women's Day Committee lamy, music; Mrs. Jianlta
SECOND BAPTIST
chairmen met Wednesday to (; Mrs.
: crystallise plans for the Jones Glover rfrshmatsMrs.publicity; Louise 954 Kings Road. Rev. J.C. Sams, pastor. Holy Commmlon
services will be held Sunday at 6 wWa Rev. Sams .
October 20 observance and to Willie N. Crnmmel finance p.m.. 1clating.He
Volkswagen : agree on the travelogue Miss Portia Speights, youth.; V Ft ( will be assisted by the deacons and associate ministers.
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at 7 p.1D. TbeSunfey
INC. j PTb. Funk Williams Chorus School officers and teachers will meet. Bible Study 1s featuredon

". 1250 EAST Sih ST. 'will appear la recital on Monday Bivens Specials Give Tuesday and on Friday. The pastor will review the lassos

3S4-9091 September 16. P.J. Consecration Rites will be held for the deacons, deaconesses,
.. Williams director. ushers and the choirs at 10:45: Sunday morning. Meditation
a.U
Big Benefit Program begins at 1050. Rev. Sams win speak. The Training Uuloa
win be at 4.43. Weekly services Include the Boar of Faith.
The Bivens Specials have returned -
.
1 J.
IIOUSE Or13tett from an eiteaslve NEW REDEEM BAPTIST

concert tour. They will l>e ip Rev. E4. Norman, pastor. 1614 30th Street. Districts Nor 3,
a musical Sun GeVdenSuaday 4, 6 and I win celetrate their annlversalres jointly Sunday,
at the Church of God la Christ September IS. The fourth Sunday In October wUlfeature
nod later la Gra Cove Women's Day.Mrs.LM.Syk.slscbairman.SumdaySchool beginsat

"prints. Elder Charlie Howard 9:30 win Deacon Eunice Duason la charge. Rev. Norman win
t. FUUERM. II i pastor. Mrs.Elouise Thomas review Ihe lesson. The with
\ ; : 1a. Boning worship begins at 11 MB.
Martin 1s
ry sponsor. These an ,the deacons ,la charge of devotions.. Choirs No.'I and Ushers
HDIAE' I'ndlvldual benefit 'Th +r.
programs. church f No. t will serve throughout the day, with Mrs. Fannie Jacksoa
was bused ".. 'cf\ I In charge of music. District No. 2 will meet at 3 p.m. at the
t
r" : church. Deaconess Bard No. 1 will meet at 430. The pastor

.. a Service St. Luke Baptist / will speak at both services. The evening worship begins at
AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE: r"t' ',"- y I p,m. Prayer Meeting is Tuesday night at'lSO. followed by Bible

District Meets With "" Study.
RE AADLES'Of .,. .. .
-, !} .. EMANUEL BAPTIST

FINANCIAL CONDITION The NewsonesiHstrict -. On Tuesday the Teachers' Meeting and the Prayer Meeting
will be held with the pastor and officers In charge. On Wednesday -
T LADY ATTENDANTS No. s of st. Like -. Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. On Thursday at noon

t STAFF ORGANIST Baptist will meet September 1 .... a Prayer Service win be hell Choirs No. 1 aDd No. 3 will
AIR CONDITIONED at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. rehearse Jointly at I p.m. On Saturday the Young People will

''. '. BURIAL SHIPPINGCREMATION Tommto Newsome, 147SGroth meet at 10 a.m. Sunday School begins at ':10 a.m., with the
at 4 p.m., Mrs. M. sun Is superintendent In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by IIIawoIat.
president M.Armstdadlslead- tinifiM Lodge No. ', outm presented Ms CJrd anniversary program at Mt Calvary ... Consecration begins at 10.50 The morning worship
CALL DAY OR NIGHT er. Rev. M3.TroweUII pastor. Baptist: Church Sunday The three scenes above were taken during the program at the church.Ernest begins at 11 a.m, with deacons charge. BTU begins at 9 p.m.
Pierce is Worshipful Master. Charlie W, Clare. Jr., is Senior Warden Charles with Deacon James Phillips In charge. The evening worship

District 7 of Corinth. A. Smith, Jr., Wardea. Photos By .A. PAUL CRAWFORD. begins at 630. Districts No. 4, C and 9 will sponsor' a Pretty
Hat Tea la the dining area from 3 to 5 p.m. Choir No. 3 and

Lq .1. II the Children's Choir win sing. Mrs. 8.L. Badger and Mrs.
Plans nil Orthodox
For Anniversary National Gospel Protistiit Marion Carter will be in charge of music.


4115' AYE "B" District No. 7 of First Corinth Choirs Union Holds larders Converge 01 South GRANT MEMORIAL AME
Baptist Church will celebrate
Dr. A. Joseph Peddick
pastor will deliver the message
ARNEIT P ROGERS L.F.D. nlng Us anniversary at 3.30 .m.Sunday begin Big MeetingLolslvILLEThe HOUSTON, Tex. Leaders of most major Protestant and luring the 10:45 a.m. worship period from the theme, "!
I p Orthodox communions will converge on Houston September 12- Partnership with Cod" and at the 6-43 p.m. period from the
Devotions be conducted
Deacon will and hug National 1J for the third and final policy meeting In 196 of the National them "A New Calling. The United Choirs and Usher Board
by John Seymour Coavention Gospel Council of Churches' General Board. No. I will serve. All choir members and ushers will commune

Junior deacon Choir Willis of F the, Smith.church will 1bt Choirs and Choruses, beaded Convening at the Sheraton presentation of program plans at the 6-43 hour. The Holy Eucharist will be administered during
by Professor Thomas Dorsey/ Lincoln Hotel, the Council's for next year and a projection both morning and evening worship services. The Sunday School
Districts
sing. Visiting will be
met in Louisville last recently governing body will consider of the Councils triennial General will meet at 9.30 am. with A.V. Rose, superintendent, and hiP
Day Spring's No. 24 Second
between an Impressive agenda a wide range of policy Questions, Assembly slated to convene staff of teachers, In charge.
Baptist's No. 22 and Kt.Ararlt' .
of programs and social activities including official statements on la Detroit the first week of
No. 30. Districts from
llfillIi closed out what many' defense and disarmament, abolition December 1969. Routine business FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE: BAPTIST
I First Corinth will be In attendance.
considered to be tat! best of of the death penalty and t1nIDclal and admlnlstra- First and Pearce Streets. Rev. H. Robinson pastor. Sunday

Rev. Burgess of Jallngton many meetings. This was thethIrtJ,1xtb gildllaes l ) for the churchesto live reports will fill out the School begins at 9:45. Mrs. Leader Smith, superintendent, will
Creek Baptist will speak. Mrs. annual meeting. laSt la developing a policy agenda. Among final items will ben charge. At 11:30 an old-fashioned testimonial service will
Maud Williams and Miss President Dorsey was honored on purchasing goods and be a report by NCC President be held. At 5 pm. Communion will be administered. Rev.
dig"" Dejarnett are Mary eo- on the closing Sunday with t services. Flemming of his visits with Robinson will preach.

chairmen Mrs.sponsors., special program. Mrs. Fannie High up on the agenda, th* Repablicaa and Democratic
are, : C. Mungin Foster of St. Louis conducted policy makers will consider the Platform Committees regardIng MT.SALEM BAPTIST
aod.Urs.
A AIAT/OAAL AAn/O TELIP O 1 CAL w SNOW Deacon A.Beatrice Muogln Is RyaJs leader. a touching consecration National Council's program on this year's election issues. Location Is 1211 West 22nd Street. Rev. WAY Rogers, pastor.
Rev. W.D. Jones Is pastor. service. Prominent singers crisis la the nation evaluate Dr. Ftemmlng will presideover Sunday School begins at 9.30 with AuIstaDt Superintendent,
011 MAt aSIKi took part in the musical. this summer's activities, and sessions. Adjournment is Mrs IDea Scott In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the
The pre-muslcal was at the decide which aspects of the scheduled for 5:00 p.m., September pastor. The morning service begins at 11 '.a. with Deacons
Celestial Memorial Auditorium. Awards, program shall be continued for I. Next meeting of the Ode Wllbert and Cornelius Calhoua la charge. Choirs No. 1
Singers following the address by Pre the balance of the year. General Board is scheduled to and No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve. Holy Comifi"1"
Do you have questions about the Biggest sident Dorsey, were given la The Rev. Dr. Charles S. Splvey convene la Memphis late in will be administered at 3 p.m.wIth the pastor a.uocJatt ministers

crisis our nation has ever After Janice Program memory of St Louis' Mrs. Jr., Negro xecitlve January and deacons la charge. The pastor will speak at both
faced the racial crisis? Lucille Ellis Jones and director of the Nee Department The National Coancll of services Baptism win follow the morning services.Cff""""*

Do you have suggestions you'd like C.IIJeuo'.IIa&noI1a.Lewis of Social Jostle andhead cube Churches is tilt cooperative ffTte'/I1ib? *toaan** a program sponsored by Mrs. Dolly
to make to the Black The Celestial Singers and Butts Evangelist Willie Ford emergency program on the agency ot S3 Protestant Anglican Carey.pn Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse. On Tuesday
and the White Deacon Nathaniel Jackson will Smith of St Louis in char g* crisis will share the platform tad Orthodox denominations. night Prayer Meeting win be held. On Thursday night Choir No.
leadership about how to solve it? give an after-servlc program of a gala tea. with NCC President Arthur S. I rehearses. Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter.

Do you want to hear what other September 8 at I p.m. at the A new feature is the Alumni Flemming at a special ecumenical Predominantly Negro church CHURCH OF CKRBT
ordinary citizens ) Greater Mt. Morlah Baptist Choral. It was directed by Earl luncheon on September organptlons! affiliated are: WRITTEN IN HEAVEN
ask people John Couch, 1953 West 9th Street.' Preston Cleveland. Classes 12. Their presentation will be African Methodist Episcopal Pastoral Day win September 1.Elder Thomas Brown, pastor
I Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and District No. 2 will profit from were hell part of the program report. Church. African Methodist win preach Sunday School begins at 10 am, win: Mrs. E.

what sort of answers they come up the program. Mrs. Bessl The convention will meet la A three-man deputation to the Ealsoyal Zion Church.Christian Mccl ndoc. superintendent, In charge. The adult class wW be

with? Make yourself heard and hear it Brown is sponsor. Deacon Ernest 1969 In Philadelphia Middle East,sent by the General Methodist Episcopal unmet by Deacon L.C. Franklin. The new resident at 6 JO
the
all on NIGHT CALL the Stevens is leader. Rev Rev. A.D. King brother of Board to study: the situation for Church, National Baptist Convention leadership of Mrs. Loelle. Council, At 7 JO
new nation the
ILL Herod ispastor. the lat* Dr. Martin L. King the purpose of testing to.Camcf'a UJB.C.. Inc.. National evening worship begins. Altar prayer devotions will be lid
wide telephone call-in ,show.WRHC11:30 Jr., spoke on Thursday night position expressed Baptist Convention of America bv Deacon L.C. Franklin, Holy Cmmnmia rm be sdmtlstued

: P-M-T 12:301.M. last J will report their find* and Progressive National by the pastor and officers. On Monday night at I p.m. the Sewing
: Mt. Pleasant Lists Circle will meet to
Ings. Over agenda highlights Baptist Convention Inc. the dining room. Titos Interested should
.r T-rtiil Friday Revival include a report of the Council's. brIDe"wine. 1Ir. Minnie **. toa II Pwaktent On Toesday
Fall
Big Investment Committee for at loan the Prayer Band will meet lathe Upper Room. Mrs. Ass

Call Collect 2127493311Th .ttAl!! A revival meeting will be held Ghetto Community Development Temple LodgeThe West Is president On 'Tuesday night the Horn Mission Prayer

: 'United Memodlst Church be ,in at Mt Pleasant Baptist Chorea and aa appraisal of developments sixty-third anniversary of Bud will meet. TIlt pastor will rvkw the --. Th pastor
Released In cooperation with the the office by 12 noon on on Flicker Avenue from Sep arising from the UJ8. Tempi Lodge No.14 F&LMwas U asking for a period of fasting by the members aDd r6sds
,. National Council of Churches Mondays. tember 2 to September Missionary Coafereaee on Church and. held at Mt Calvary Baptist those who art ab1t to remain for tam IMttIDc. Oa Friday DJtIt
National Catholic Office for Radio and Television News brought to office I.... Mack of the Holy Society held la Detroit a year Church Sunday, with Ernest QoIr No. 1 will rehears, with Prof uor' 0.11.Ones dIrtCt1iC-
'. In 1:30 Pierce Yonh.Ipfu1l1uter. la Mrs. I. erowa.ls pruideDL Chats Ito. S ud tile IIIaIor UIbtr
. : Florida Council pf Churches ; should be by p.m. onTuesdays. Church of the Living God will

4. preach. Rev Glover is pastor. alb* second day will feature t charge., wIJl Board be wm la eh meet: rge.August Mrs.31 Rosena tor p,ry Deacon is church L.C.reporter.FrankUs









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.. Delivering A Message i Dr. Gmktf C. TiyltrAtttid sac Soil Force .CUDS OF mm'
The family of the late Mr.

Africn .I.1q Joirail Is Oi Sale Henry Barley wishes to.ex*
press their gratitude to the

Wider distribution Is being many friends for card tele.
.. In a recent meeting of UM Baptist World Alliance Executive sought for "SOIl Force," Man m s and other tIJId.lbontblmdurIDeC.1Ioar

t i 4;, Committee, convening la Monrovia, Liberia, Dr. Gardner C. official Journal of the Southern
Taylor.. beard with deep appreciation by this peat delegation.AccbhUnc Christian Leadership Confer of bereavement *
\ to C.E. Bryant. Baptist World editor, the meeting ence. Thebf-moatalypubti. ( Signed Mrs. Alma Harley and

"G. .111 was comprised! of .40 members and visitors fronvUcountrles. cation Is available to social Family.I .
lit 'III' In' a mated statement Mr. of our most authentic Baptist! groups and professional news
la C Bryant said "It was tin first leaders ever produced." Many distributors at cost (5 cents I* MEMORIAM

rlIL time any worldwide Baptist will come to hear Dr. Taylor per copy). Subscriptions: cost
'. tAI\ .... !1 meeting bad beenbeld In Africa, deliver his annual address 20 cents u Issue for 1Dd1IdaalI. *
r*,. w. l r : and the !Influx of delegates from closing out a very outstanding Copies are available
ID.I.IIlJ ? many lands Treated much excitement term as- the second president without charge for promotionalpurposes.

Inn In the unusually quiet of this great progressive body. Inquiries should be
,, tii "r city. There are 472,000 Baptists It U fervently hoped that the addressed to Bill Mahoney,ma
It e. 4 4ly In Africa, 22,000 of them In Convention will continue Dr.' naglng editor, at JM Auburn
'11', idit Liberia. Dr. William Tolbert Taylor on the Executive Com Ave, Atlanta, a, 30303.
president of the Baptist World mlttee of the Baptist World
I Alliance 1M5-70, Is also rice Alliance 'past fats '1070 World'

president of the Republic of Congress In Tokyo, Japan. -lie
Ubm A scene from the recent AMS It-Institute held at Edward of the Dlstrfci listening to one of the speakers at the mammoth Liberia," Is truly respected and loved
, ::11 Waters College shows Bishop E.C. Hatcher, Presiding Prelate meeting. A.P. Crawford Photo Dr. Taylor, president of the by leaders around the world. United Methodist .. rr
Progressive National Baptist Dr. Taylor's prealdentlalterm
'r.u a': Recipients of Honors Convention, Inc., delivered an ends at the coming Seventh Church Will Celebrate +
1.1 address on "Racial Justice/ Annual Session. B Is expected
tie !d i Dr. Taylor challenged: "Ra, mat thousands of Baptist and \
t" clam seems to be a strong 'otter Christians will attend Asbury Halted Methodist
at
characteristic of Anglo Saxon this meeting out of appreciation Church, Rev. Willie D.Llmbrlc In loving memory of the tat,:
.'t.dJ society u the past Its strident lot Dr. ..Taylor's matchless pastor, will celebrate lien's )Lr. Samuel M. Matthews.Ilbo:
tbsy ,'tf.ID pretensions In Western Society: leadership. Dr. T. Chambers! Day Sunday, September 1. died August 27. 1967, one year
hare hardly been muted by the president emeritus and now The celebration begins with today. You were so kind to/
., presence of the Christian wit. pastor of Roger Williams TrueLove the Sunday School at 10 a.m. everyone. We miss you very
m.a ness Indeed It may be said Baptist Church, Los Angeles Dr. Walter J. Ltmbrlc.Miami. much, but God knows best*
dl'
and hopefully In the most will be present to siding elder of the Sleep on and take your rest
sympathetic and restrained welcome him to the class of District, 'South nortds; will Ton were a loving husband aDd

Way,' that where evangelical: honorary presidents. brine the morning message t wonderful father.Signed:Mrs.
..ItfU Christianity has abounded the The youth will be in charge Willie Mae Matthews, wife and
a4.b at 3:30. The evening service:
Western world, there racism Deaconesses Plan family.
!roe .0 has abounded the more" This the Citywide Deaconesses>, begins at 6:45.:

IDe .', address was well received and meet September S at 1 p.m. In- .

taken under serious consider Little Rock Baptist Church, iii .. IIIII _, _-'
m.Iy.. .r!' wK' ,w: r 4 atlon by all who beard It. 1418 Van Bares Street Mrs. ,,
.. Wbea It appeared that a weak 'Edna Gordon Is president Mrs. SOUTHLANDCONSTRUCTION'CO.
resolution on the violent death Ella Robinson Is
reporter. I
L ,- of Dr. Martin Luther Slog Jr., .1
would be passed Dr. Taylor :
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its nl j Bishop E.C. Hatcher, Presiding Bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal Waters College, where the recent Trl-Instltuta was bald Bishop again moved in true progres I. Ilc MEMORIAM D
'.I. .3 District of the AME Church, presented many degrees,honorary Hatcher stands la the center; Rev. Toston teat his right Second 'sire fuhlo aDd succeeded lattrengtbenlng t I' S 33.3W.BEAVEIt 39.6694
''alef1Il ,,j to deserving ministers for exemplary services: given, at Edward from the far right la Dr.A.Joseph Reddick: : A.P. Crawford Photo It, He was ably I
riJCALLUS
tit: supported by Dr. U. Clement :
0daa 1" Tri- Institute Members of Great Britain. The statement '" j '"' FOR
fit in Its final form read: "The "

Baptist World Alliance recalls t'H'.J: ....JGUARANTEED'SATISFACTI
with thanksgiving his strong I'' i b" ,
companion for the tnderprl A N
alleged aid oppressed, his
lnC.'ra.. .: unshikaNe: courage la what he ROOM

.. toileted to be right, .and his
day to advocacy of nosviolenttsolutlca Ul A ITIONSe' :
n4 to evils aDd Injustices 0\
.wan la MClety. 'lbt'lRid also they

tt, tena -'-'! would draw the attention of all \ I COMPLETE
l Ilai Baptists to the need for Christ- 'MR8.ADELE HOWARD
dos tans to struggle for a righteous REMODELING
la of our mother.Mrs. ,. .
na memory ,
ttr. order of society la a spirit rfChristUbe
Adele who departed
Howard
lore. AU TYPES OF
this life 27 .
When the Progressive Contention oaAgust mCtRICAL
1.1, or. meets U Washington,D.C- 1M7.There's. PLUMIUla FINANCINGUMOISVIAHS
ache la
aa our $1015/1
1&1, at the Shoretam Hotel,Calvert :
t hearts and a place that can NiTIO COVERS
and Connecticut Streets
111"PM. N.W. .
September I9e It ''witlbear never be filled; AOOIINO
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But shell live forever la hRlrfwufLORIOAAOSMS ESTIMATES
_111 one of tllewarld'greatest
tJv our memories / CHEERFUUY
FREE
pulpiteers and Christian statestmaa
Pith Tin meet u Cod baA: }
JvIx we OAAOA1LSARAitt
CIVCN .
U Dr. iTaylor. The .
ST.sa fbi !bore ltta: scene from the mammoth Trl-InsUtuU of the .* be H Ir." hi the afcrrt ptetwt, at a* mrtofi, u kits Ctwms! .:,Executive Dr.. willed., '
< the Eleventh Episcopal District of the AME Church held recently Hatcher First la41 elib.Dlltrlct ud wUt 01 the Right Reverend1 ,Booth says: "Dr. Taylor Is one Signed:: Children sod l grand cOscAf7i

at Edward Waters College with the theme"Missions Matching E.C. Ratebr. A.P. Crawford Photo children. --. -- .
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sea!bit 1.I I.' TWO RELIGION AND lACE'I Iu In Memoriam

la memory of our darl1DC'I EDGEWOOD I
I mother aDd Grandmother, whe

.!ingM. MINUTES ur. Tantanla-( PJ-Two black Roman Catholic priests. passed September 1, 1M7 one
, are the first of tbe faith to be accepted by the Sudanese govern,. year ago today. Gone but not AYE; B STORE
OC* ,
meet for return as missionary workers la the Southern Sodaa. I forgotten. Signed, Mrs. OllleMif
mimi 1k "win THE 6IBLE, They are the Revs Mark Rlwa and Barnabas Temll both d Robinson Thelma UagfleMaeandAIdJa E R MARK OPEN SUNDAYS iJ.

; Riii5kai pt''I>knMII" Tauania.: Their assignment to the Cudaa came hut week 9 children, Rosa 5 .

rail the ;W; ONiri.N 1"'Iok-"..} dilkk .1..... culminating more than four years of negotiations between Lee Riles, granddaughter, .. A.M. TO I P.M.
..". nUv (\"i" la.kwakiMNNhlalk.a. church authorities and government
&ilp.m. ,* lIlllKlMlull. lllttV i*I .... ilxUf 1
) .a Itmi IM. lt...- Hilik1: thus (.nl nit-- MEW( "DE LAW IEITR NOTICE "
shill f:f ..iAilmr. elil I.....'.. ........I. c..nil! \NAW4iPICNICS \ <

tty and i: .Mt U.. il nUuiiiUiill. ) ..U-.r ili..l inHo ATLANTA NPQ) When the relldous "Bet-old the SUGAR CURED V*
(l'h, lint* i. IMII ...K' (Jiimli.UUIHMll Man," U staged by the Christian Council of Metropolitan I'BIUI
t
it.if :( | tlf ail riw, nut l% IIUU ill Atlanta, Sa At1aDta stadium 00 Sept. 15, portraying the role of ; PLATE
IK! 1".1| !Jrwu (Jiiin Ili Mr Jesus Christ will be the Rev. William Holmes Borders, T. : 39
;"' ,..*. J..IC.IIIII.ISlh: v.\|..Mkr pastor. Wheat Street Baptist Church. A cast of about 600 and }
. Paul ikiUtr. !I" libiv iu.|iii.lMm: a 1,000-volced choir will participate in the event, whkb 1s MAYONNAISE \
"tut f. llir. I..U H ....... awl luib the first major religious Interracial pageant which cast a blackman

"to 0Utt, > ."' ....1.,,.. awl| M. llH". IHttNjj la the role of Christ., .
the J.ra',( lluil MHUnit liiit IIMIIX, \ UMIf 1 WITH 4304

me ud ....ir mr Unit .> .l.i i. (Jii| ..: SUSPENDED DIXIE CRYSTAL 'SiS"'000 OO*

)1Wit BV ONE kflKII .\1U;;- j
lag tU tU.: "-I/IJ.IMO I\K CmCACCNPI insistence upon working to keep the IT. JAI '
nod. a"nOUI': races separated has. led, the Rev. Francis X. Lawlor, .,...,- '

hi ..tga11.N It...... !IY3.1w M,.j old white priest to be suspended by the *ngn HM. n order. Last SUGA1 i
-Me.. HUM M \\,.. Kite February, Fr. Lawlor was ordered to Tnlsa for continuing to ( 17/4IALLAAI j
DM: wmv IN (.MKisr. -\M I" organise white-only blOck clubs la frpoeiti n to Integration M
of John Cardinal of I:* .
t..UuM: : MKMHtKI" <>:NF. Of policies Cody, Archibisbop: Chicago
by t returned to the city In March to continued Us racist campaign. '
rill J.VM| IM>.R. MrsTCoraaUal w seue \
rill U liMknt. : il i. im iltc lam ul the 1616 minols St died August,
in. .I...., thai llicir i* but -uuc Ld}" n In Dint Medical Center.
THEOLOGY INSTITUTE
in ....r. Il iKl>l IMI Mr rklumi uiIn Mrs. Johnson was barD la this
.ii Iu Lap I IKluiii) iif she and bad lived here all of
LOME, -
.,1oiri"t.Mlt\\UlU(. Id ....t..* Is scheduled to be opened In this city next year by the ber life. She was a member 5 LI.39 qar XA s
of First
Timothy Baptist
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tor. Assemblies of Cod. Purpose of the Institute will be to provide
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"4 ,1IHCIMIV ut llltSflKIIINwine advance education la the religious field for students completing, Rev. R.L. Smith, minister; Ill "
twi\i OK run: served u vice president d. \ \ 1
, OeCCIIII ', work In the three-year Bible schools la operation la West
ONF. twlll\ A
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It HKRK .Africa countries-Sierra Leone Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal Choir Mo. t, financial secretary
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to 1 l (K.H:, IISMU Ivory Coast and Upper Volta aDd Toga of the c..rc-.r.. ... -."", 1',
lluw eau sr' UUMIHmtinlici* lljlul Johnson was alsoasslstaatsecretary '
lnntot.| > -..KImiU" IlKI....- (liiiuhrtUKjlit.iij ,PRE-CENTEMMIAL of the! Chandelier''I.. SWEET POTATOES : 2 ui .25 ,

both :| ... :Sv' .pl'i"* Ixx OiiixFtiliMl ; Social and Savings Club. She

lion .." .u. Jew ....1 (..u.\ill- .Iit.... WASB -{NPO-fte-Centennlal. exercises, on a reg Is survived by a husband Allen

)oily l"'nl.H MK MU.III KUDNCIIK: 'local basis, began last week la the nation's capital, for the Johnson; daughers,Paulette and IHT'S. 1
iI'U'I1I fVIO (.OI> l\ OVK.CRODV Valerie Johnson;; sons, Allen
Methodist church. TbeCMS
day Christian Episcopal dsaomioatio CATCHUP 2111. .33t
. Na BV lilt: (:ROtt (Vrr.Ifi run observe Its 100th anniversary 1970. Jr. and Jerome Johnson; IlnLE :
) Iwkvtl. llic F.pitfkiif: M, heal! mother, Mrs. Ruth Bates; father
.h.... IHI.. (...1 "li.lh) ti..Klinkil ,lliit Samuel Davis; great nt'du I

,,halm1ul. "(' miK1' I.ne. Holy Tabernacle Plans Big Heeling 'grandfather, Samuel Davis,Sr.;
tor, 'jim-ny upuii ...1- slut dirt !. llniiirVUMMil'mHHI sisters, Mrs. LUerene Prince, CHUCK ROAST n. Sat
L I. weal uUalHMI l h '1876 Mrs. Chrlstene Prince Misses .
UbeTao 5 the evening service Mrs L. Bly Tabernacle, West FRYERS
1:30 .Knar llirutiK'tiih' i"IfriM: .,.1'" Diggs will be la charge of the Ninth, Bishop R.L. Jones Isservices. Jackqnelyn Annette, Janice
( Qj.lkxl; dir our tin*. Bishop R.L. Davis pastor win hold the twenty .and Jannette Bates; brothers, HI EiiriumMM .
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. led Q,, 1 be <|UI" *$. IKII! U IH4 "\\.... Is pastor. first General Assembly from Airman Willie Jr.,' Samuel 3 cm'' 43t .
mi
b,thuidi ski. >ou U-luiii u."' nut -|>uINI August tt through September Ralph, Harry Bates and Willie
nd .} U-kmic. lu THE CHl'KMI.: --F. 1. Apostle R.L. Davis will per- Grace; mother-in-law. Mrs.
ring j krill: WHY OK CHRIST.: :' cumftm.it side. Beatrice Johnson; lather.: ii, al I '
ToddAM of all W.'", hate nckiiut: l: Services will open each night la-kw,. Hayward L. Johnson; C
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., nllinl( ilicmit-Uv* lu U .MllltrI'. iiiylhc at I p.m. Apostls R.L. aYLDEADLINE 3 slsters-m-law; 2 brothers- POATOES.tS' 'lIS. ,3ft'. 2 g'
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igl>l .uf (...1) sal hA', ,liuunlIM wfll, appear Tuesday mightNEWS and in-law; X aunts; 1 uncle. Godmother
..JtI'IAtpr ida 131ri11 s Ilea Ituiduxl. wwi f.* amclab. Mrs. Ire&t Levy win ; Mrs. EsteUa Green., '
,VltLESOIIE
i'ashslial? speak Wednesday DJctd. Mr,. Other relatives and friends.' FIOHK EL
istsIght Mailed news should be la H. Levy and Mrs. J.M. Watkins Funeral will be at J p.m. Saturday '
III LEMONADE:
the office by 12 noon on wnlbepresentmarshynight, la First Timothy Baptist I OZUI. ;; JOt
inf.Iter. < .Mondays. Mrs. R. Jackson and Mrs. M. church with Re,. Smith officia --- -
FIGHT CANCER WTTO N'VJ"011-" to office Stafford will be present Friday ting. Burial will be In Sunset '
% HELP
fll
kill ,t. A CEBCHUP.AND A CHECK' should hits, by JO p.m. off; D1&bt.IIra. M McCoy winTuesdays. Memorial by Carter's Funeral FAa 'Irl. sin .2t. '
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be present Sunday morning. la .Home, Sammte L. Davis. LTD. ;


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j I THE FlORIDA STAR NEWS EMERGENCY'ThUI ON FORCE), ONLY CAN JUSTICE.PROTE CT' BE EQUAL j

FAIRNESS, CONSIDERATION Li0
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AND COOPERATION I \ r r
Published by the.Florida Star Publishing Company FINALLY LEAD MEN TO THE 1, jt By WIII'1'NET Y. YOUNG, m.

DAMN OFeTEPNAL PEACE.OHKSHTD. ." ..1"l REPLACING THE WELFARE STSTEU
\ .CISCNHWEa
MEMBER
Everyone seems to be Joinmg In blasting tht welfareisystenv
i ty Such criticism is long overdue and 1 hope that the concern
1 and others tit recent weeks W1Il
NEGRO P TlONALt YOked by some poUUea1 figures
lead to some coutncUYI alternatives toawelfare system which

Wt worklnr.
1 It Ia IUW08ed to help the poor but instead It traps them IIa I
system cI bllrelueraUc forms and paperl. II II supposed to help

,. : pecple to climb out d. poverty, but the grads art below OW
poverty levels set by the government ttaelt.

D ERIC 0. SIMPSON ,* mCINC ERITOR i I The welfare system II .uppo ed to encourage Independence,
100 cent cI whatever
but instead It cute relief allotments by per
aa Individual' la able to earn. So If a family reWnc pay

n HILDA WOOLEN -CIRCOIATION MAKAGE dollars a week and one of tilt children pU a part Urn Job IIIId
makes $20, tile whole tamflya anotment Is cut back to; ,
$30. What kind of Incentive Is that? '
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2323 MONCRIEf RIAI PHONE
t The system 1* supposed to betf
t families stay together, but Instead ..
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ELGIN I 4-6782 NAILING_ ADDRESS J it forces fathers to leave
IIy bane because tilt government ,

P.O. BOX 599 lACKSBNllllE. FLORIDA: won't pay anything to families '
with a "man In the boose"
32201 under the Aid to Dependent

Children program.
J MIAMI OFFICE 5011' K.I. 71H, ALE TIlt system is supposed to give
aid to those la need, but far
;.. PHONE 151- 91)9'SUBSCRIPTIONS.RATES more than half of those entitled

t, f 'to relief don't get itIt
; is supposed to help the poor

1 a nro Year, $12.00 Half Year, n, 00 J r by giving them trained social

r. t Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States. work coinsel, but social
a worker art reduced to investigators and bookkeepers with little
Subscription payable In Advance 7 Urn to establish a relationship with their clients that goes
r. Send Check or Money Order to: beyond the form-fining task that demean their profession.

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 The welfare system Is a flop, and some of tilt most talented
-I and human welfare administrators agree that It baa tailed.
bt1C It's Urn we considered alternative means of helping tt* poor-
strategies which will eliminate poverty altogether while giving
WE MUST'LICIeDRUNKEN.DRIVING people tilt Incentives and skills tofindworka system which will
COMES FIIST .THE
.; PROBLEM JUSTICE ... SCALES WILL .ALANCEI allow people la Deed to get tile grants which keep them out of

-c Whenever we talk about drunken driving, the attitude poverty white they retain their dignity.
tJ, prevails that it concern the other f.Uow."Why W II//rIkll'lI.11"i.i 'III.IIlillll .I 'ill. Just such a system Income maintenance has been proposed
81' should I get worked up over the matter" people seem by ....ra1..rr distinguished groups. last report 12-maa
to say. committee of national business leaders Issued a to New

-c A new study by the Department of Transportation York State which recommended negative Income tax.
oJ concludes that alcohol drinking contributes to about YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE This would mean that a family earning less than the poverty

ts 23,000 deaths and at least 800,000 crashes on the na. j ". standard would get payments to make op tilt dlfferenc This
V tion' highways every year. 1* Just ale proposal for a national economic security program.
fir It is our belief that a put of the cause .for the Another variant is tilt guaranteed annual Income which would do
al seemingly nonchalant attitude on the pert of the public tV ; abut the same thing bat would be separate tram tilt tax structure.
for tolerating traffic violation of all kinds, must bee GUIDE ;: Support for such a welfare reform Is building rapidly. Just aIn
laid at the doors of all. Moat people tell themselves .w year ago it was considered a wild Idea, bat BOW It 1* sup

w, that It is all right to speed pass in dangerous highway J ported by tilt most sophisticated. and concerned people m

.1 .spots run a stop light or Ignore the sane rules of the <:, leadership roles.More .
II road. This attitude helps produce the climate of unconcern ly PAILO The ASTROLOGER : than 1,000 university economists signed a statement
,
"a national of Income and
bt endorsing system guarantees supple
where and concerned.
drinking driving
are _11III.!' Another of 26 businessmen and civic leaders
I'r We have the feeling that thf judges and Juries are i endorsed group So did the Keroer Commission ReportSo

often too lenient on the violated of the traffic laws, ,. WHICH ARE : did the Comm Automation and Technology.
the lives of others. YOUR LUCKY DAYS 1
thereby endangering :; : Th total cost of moat of the proposals for u economic security
New laws don't seem to be the answer for our I Is
program vary, but It estimated that a DtpUy.1Deome tax
misguided attitude. People dan, want too many driving ..F I would cod poverty for IOm.U11oDAmtrlea.uatl cost of leer tai

restrictions, for they prohibit their speed on the : :" FOR $20 bUlon. At present, federal, state, and city governments
super highways. They wont swap freedom of the roads .... :pen ing $I billion to gin toadegwte 1uiaCanccleanly. 1 million
for a crackdown on offender. 'yt.,,M1
pa.Aa economic
security program sens to me,and It make1etnee
WHO SAID WOMEN WERE FRAIL 1 "BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL to a lot of other people too.

Men think they are.the stronger sex but the facts L 1 ,,.,,,.: yv'' t ''d :

do not support this argument. This myth has been .T4I'JP.: wtrrawa:.; !naarpttv.'aa -7fle1ters To The'. Editor.
exploded many times, but the male wont admit It.
More men die than women of heart disease, end
more men than women have ulcer More men die of IllES LIBRA CAPRICORN A Tax-paring and Voting

tuberculosis of cirrhosis of the liver. More males stutter IBM Old ION JOKE BORNISEPT. BBRN SEC Citizen of loyal County

than More do men women.have fatal accidents. More men commit mi. APilt UTI, 22NB JOLT 22ND '23RB OCT. 23RD 22NB JAI: 1STN Honorable Charles Bennett

suicide than do women. It is not our purpose to give We hare to be people of all Th Imp rtaDce of solidifying Hippy art the Ubrana, who It has been said that the future OJ5. Representative, Florida
the reason why.Biologically. season*. Mo sonar U one over, domestic u well u public relations have discovered the secret of |belongs to those who caa evaluate Washington, D.C.
women are patterned to outlive their the nest one U waiting with Us moat have bees ham* finding happiness through serTic | till praaeat. treads
husbands in 60 out of a hundred case where they are list of requirement Evravbeav mated home by BOW. The point to others, whether It la oa (eomctly. Many Caprfcor&lans Dear SlatRecently;
of the same age. On the average women live six year gruaUe v* probably would is not to forget It despite tt* aa Individual or orpnltatloa who.should BOW be 1* pretty
longer than men. not bar it any otter way. The Influence coming from all levcL There are so many ,close< touch with tilt Higher I read u article la tile newspaper which quoted you
It' is encouraging however to learn that women Ariaa pattera is the universal 'sides trying to get a* tb follow powerful planets now in the Powers, through their Wattles u saying that you feU that tile case of the "poor" had been
may help their mates to live ,longer and keep from patters ta this and many other. all aorta of new-tangled. cas-' solar boas, with Mars due to i faculties, could b* veil U th* veremphaslted, that the President should not have given
becoming widows so soon. Persons who are Interested respect Theasyo.eoncentratloa toms and pullosopblas, Noon* Join op, that whatever is don lead 1 among those who art permission for esurrectlon CIt)"" to b* erected on Capful
should write the current "Healta'Nevra," a publication ..of ia tilt question necessity of progress will be on a grand scale and i making more right lien wrong grounds, that more people din from over-eating than from
of the New York State Health Department which solar DOOM, vita liar also and evolution, U only for noble cans**. Those who ,guesses these days. starvation.tt .
making its appaaranc there ta for the prtMrntloa of humankind bays lees at war with tile ant- a tourist or a visitor from another
country read ( lC)
bluntly titles the article "How to Keep from I M your
Being a 65 ioo
the third 14. ..
Widow quarter, place the empkaala -. Itself. But It 1* Id through Locales or their ova consciences statements I am sure that they would be tenlbly mlied-up.
oa health sal accupanonal bbl Idealo- will also tad this a :Then
and
drag atwc ? are indications, facts examples appearing everyday
The best advice for and In
anybody, certainly men Butter.This means pay-; gin that w* caa expect: ton* period of atonement Th hand that refute these inferences made by you. Ties visitors would
the middle-age bracket, is to jet a medical check-up tag u BMeca attention to duty aj. aaywhare other has down tilt of at may b* passing Judgment AQUARIUS need only to mike some personal visits to tt* Everglades
twice a year. In blunt words Tit la easier. to correct a pa s>Dlewlttuatonrlookhgh.weli cMlisations of out tilt rewards Florida and
path of the last banding sea tile devastating conditions under which most of
minor flaw than to. get a major overhaul" Listen and actor thai dart cootinuad lone ago. Cancer tans who art inPftrcm and keying the penalties, to BORN JAN. tilt Indians live; or, tour the west-side of Dual County In the
be wise.
.iwtinf ppfjUnne Can do each what he or sb deserves. 20TH FEB. 1BTN ghettos; or, better still, taU 1.95 north and cut a glance to
1..10.. 44 .11.11.15'7 Bach to throw thtlrwtlcht behind 3 40 55 16.46.672 tilt right of the X-way at those delapidated two-story shambles
FLIMFLAM TIME WATCH OUT the conscmtlaB of solid situated between Kings Road and Ill Streets-wbos owners
In some parts of Florida, North Carolina and Virginia family life and sable government An idea that strike either have not painted them sue* their erection. Many shacks la this

just about, tobacco to close.co-markets are opening, while other* are I1''PlsIIL iO U P1C1. qokkly partner, or .oed before should tt deplete b. area Th have been torn down (SIC) but these haven't. know why.
same old
15.24.69 politics. The owner Is
4.20 M probably a public official
We do know, however, that soon county fairs will :2ITN VAT 20TI 2411 NOK. 22NB, No matter* tt* bow comma brflltant pockatboot.it looks or baa a relative who.is an official and who Is telling the inspectors

get under way during the fall Then- there Is the state :.110BBBN It looks u if practically all from an sides there may b. a to "lay-off* s-, that .be caa continue to fill his coffers
fair. Whatever went the action 1s taking place asocial hidden somewhere off poor ((SIC) niggers who east do any better.
wrong at home booby trap
These events will attract many tobacco farmers on' Ute to aria to
IDLY end club circles. Should JLi110 you read WW1am Styroa' Pulitzer
the hand and or ia key association this,month which could bi'spruq aroont., &* book 'The
one fair patrons on the other. Likewise, Confession of Nat Turner
Not that
for the
there b an opening pod you
*
these win inn to b* set to rights u .22NB AUG. 1 IBTIAa But when common rouse prno *-> future but
events will attract number of criminals who maybe, this will refreshen and
tign of leadership, th* ble. White the
qukkly aa It rallsatioathat
pos safety
by hook or crook, will attempt to defraud the tobacco: unforeseen derakpment at about seven to eight that tt rides you CIA climb out of your whit castle and do something
surf difficult to with
along
growers and the fair patrons out of cash. Whether people from may a stand I taken: this budge home may fore son Laos to win b* your for the eking or keep conservatismahould dear really constructive. SIC) 1.*. The President's gun control
maybe
to law
are farmers or have come to a fair to enjoy themselves to everyone ; recommend: or present a bin to the Income
dill mar to false pride than to cot abort their travels and even without U. Th only thing you oat of harm' Whll put Negative
Tax idea
way. into
they. have sweated and worked hard for their any valid reason. Where love mab a beeline tor bom. In that could stand ia the way maybe running tilt b effect. .
cash. relga* la tt* heart of Taur- otter instance, the call of duty tilt pressure of duty or for tlnw-connmlng economy Job may tilt vtl-* a. the To me, a person in politics is not only a representative of
A* closely u film-flammer are watched, some of was, ud of those who cart la may bar tilt Bam mutts.I .. reasons or health. Then i* BO' ore of loved cars and the feel-' politics is not only a representative of the people but a rte
them will get away with their'swindles. Other will return, tt* task should be rendered any end, there seems to b* question about these matters friends should presentative of God. U* has a great responsibility to do and say
not that which
be caught by the heels and dragged into the courts of comparatively easier. A mach to b* don to straighten .being entitled to priority at any ineglected.. his is right. shoulder to say "what he thinks Is right"beaus
the areas to answer for their crimes. searriage or partnership of another oat certain personal and domes- and all time whenever they are be is thoughts may not release him to say what is right if
But the best cure yet..is for everybody with pockets sort could b* .severedduring tic tangles. This could also existent On tilt other band, all frothing for votes.If .
of money to beware of stranger who approach him tt* first half; but the. impose additional: strain on tilt Scorpio who have reached the 3 40 11 18 sa .101 politicians win could come to the realization that RIGHT will

with some get-rich: proposition. One's best bet is to vladom of Jostle of doing this. finances again demonstrating of retirement, and who flnd tame vtftuaUy to over MIGHT. Congressmen of Florida come
stall off the pretender while you get in prompt contact COII4. be 1aar questioned by the wisdom oJ harlot;substantial that idleness welfhs heavily oa tilt white mate speeches: and baYe two sets of values-one for
with the law enforcement officials bom trteads aid conscience. reserves and assets on hand at them, would do wen to Join! op voter another for the Megro. When a Negro boy re
ceives
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all times and for all foreseeabl where they call b* kept aIJ.: PISCES on* of your token appointment (SIC), obsequious In na
I 'IO..U-8&-CS' codags lea. Tb sews tart, there art teads of publicity to be sure of getting the
received from foreign parts 1.20.33.17.27.104SAGITTARIUS BORN FEB. lteero 'ate. .

1uJp, may b distressing on occasion: 19TH MAR. 20TNRedr All persons are paying their share of the tax-burden.: Bow-
ever tilt
and tt may have something to do Negro la Florida finds himself In the same position
I Black People Are To Blame 2fJ.JIJE l with Bomaon. who Is closely rI *-' u tile Americana UDder English rule, tuaUoa without fI-
BORN NOV.23RD
a '21n hted. ,I BUT or less from the presentation. loan doesn't have enough sense to make
Yrojacu aimed at ereatiag 'lO. U .111-14 DEC. 21ST .position of responsibility> tad decisions bat go to war to kill the m with whom:
It is depressing that a Black man of Congressman Adam Clayton larger or more comfortable hand tt over, without s rags,to be has bad no disagreement Th* reason politicians, both State
i- Powell's caliber attracted only 200 persons to hear him at Kiel lrvhic>quarter may b* wU The moment to exercise authority you other half, business: partner and National, ar* fighting lowering of the see.
Auditorium Sunday. Who is to blame for people not showing. up? trader way by BOW. This may VIRCO la your own name or lath or to whomever may W" tthandwrttmg on the wan. TheJ know thattbVKof this
service of others b* enjoying fun confidence.Flv country ban awakened to tilt ccmnwKS
.- The people -Black people-are the blame. also be the tim wheayosrua may yor deceit
When we talk about Black Power.Mac th Coalition.Tow 'ado red. tap cawed: by officialragamttoaa BORN' AIG.29RB ,dose at hand if tt baa not already powerful tilaa t& la the that has ruined the Image of this cointriaS the wortl

aethcrncu, The New Mood Black is Beautiful;and an the other or conditions fl'.!. 22JIDTa arrived. There Is a critical solar bona where they win be Tics'teader facets' of wrongdoings have been aided by the o-caUed
of
J terms that have come to signify contemporary Black America,we m ....ssl. ft tube expected period daring tbtflydNlf'whoa Joined by Liars; ar* tilt.authorities tilt Negro rac-4eader Who art ODe step from
slavery because
are talking about more support for task action. that coat will rial accordingly last conflict between tilt the arc to reap It for taking such oa ac receive they permit themselves to be brought to
Senator Eugene McCarthy a candidate for the Democratic..- .perhaps. don above original liner and outer person likely' rather thaa to wait for tilt tion. Those whovastraftUng tmbfhe a men pittance or to get certain poaiuais or (SIC)
sidential Nomination, drew capacity at the Kiel only last week. In ..,.u.atea1HIII draa- to lead to a showdown 1IhoW4'proY' arilval of the propitious mo- against .hopeless odd throagh clC) ci the "poUUcaJ plum!' WIleD tilt .mbiber
.CTC
fact, people had to be tW'ncdaWl) for Jack of eeata. tic rnlauaa 'm loag aa- wettaa to many Ylrgoans that; .meat could bring everything to'' fair or unfair coaspitltlon had h ) veer !rom the let patteru ci the Po11Uca1 bout out
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The daring tap between the more than 14,000 that wanted to saort-term (IIau. Thos*who thy art boa over all they rnti A fiery disposition CIA better salvage. all th* cash aad goes. So minuet tilt Y1c 1aaQ circle.A .

"elia McCarthy and the 200 faithful who made the trek to pin Powell ban aces to Inflaentlsl survey; and the thir lives henceforth tats tremendous asset and b*- other vaoablea they tau: gather Citizen Who Reads
ii too much for the ey.,.We hay rexponiibiJity in the Black II triage, or. who CIa boast ofxrlesmvat are going to b* led I 'com* u great liability when rather thaa crtflelag them Th Fine Print
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community, a responsibility to dad B as men and women and .wa promaMatftpaealB according to cantullylaldtewa tt I drives on to tab action along with what may have gone CC; President Johnson Governor Kirk..

M let examples foryo t nkxldCfwisi.MMfeceefoT % c on .I Baif alBO msaag* .. principles and lilt Just to i preauturely or Impulsively. jreviously. Mayor Tender Senators Matthews ,
? If we run around itM>utir "Attr anateBing- the youngsters ".cat maay'eoraar aa well a* pleas otters or th*' silly not ,Those who manag_to aid a And Pope, Com Harris, Florida. T.
how great a man he is, yet wiO not gxt off our Black buttt to goat cost*. ion of.th* time 6 8. 60 tt 16 N-7$7' U. And FUJtWJ.STAR, WJXT-TV

him,what have we said to the younyjun in th final analysisT,., .4'. 'W ? -It-14-104, j ao M .- .11N 20t, 1.50.44.16.61.54Lin t





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AUGUST 31, 1MI SW PAPERS PACE l



I "School Integration Is Not Good For Negro" Says Black Human Relations Expert I




World Knights Of Peter Goal Should Be Open SocietyIs

I Of Books .. ., .. -- ...'q- '-,,, ,

By LEON L. LEWB Opinion Of College Spenker

NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL GREENSBORO, N.C. "Integration, especially school inttjation .
THE\ AMERICAN PRESIDENTS but one (James Buchanan) victim ,: Is la the worst Interest of black people" according
Written by DAVID C. of an unhappy romance became '0 a Negro human relations expert.

WHITNEY, PubllshedbyDOUBLEDAY the only bachelor Presi "I am glad that Integration help students discover
t COMPANY N t w dent. ': : ....;,!. has 'not occurred,'* said Dr. strategies and means of changIng -.
York.In Some of their lives were \ ACIAVEA Donald Hugh Smith who wilt; their 11Y..."
this Presidential election touched with scandal, one join the administrative 'staff Black people must strive for
year, every American should (Grover Cleveland) being exposed .
of University of PittsburghIn be concluded.
enhance his knowledge cI the as an lUeglmato father ''J September. we bad teen acceptance"Self-acceptance has to come
Presidency of the United States right In the middle of an election \ dispersed, we would have lost through group acceptance and
and the historic backlog of the campaign (he won anyway). t.. forever our chance to gala our crOUP understanding. Wt must
personalities behind and within Though the majority were lawyers freedom understand that tt any llad
the Presidency. many had military backgrounds \ 7 Smith said that It Is difficult person Is la trouble, the* aO
Ttlrty-flvt men hm occupied Including four Civil ; for many black Southerners to art In trouble even those with
a political: office which, for a War general (Grant, Bares. ;t r/ understand this matter of the Ph.D."
century and three quarters,has Garfield Benjamin Harrison) .'. "' ", ,. ;.1 I'I'attorm "being opposed! toWegratlo4nRe
remained unique In the world. and one Civil War mess sergeant .., OMS
,... i said this Is because many Schitls Fict
Every one of them has handled lIcKlnley, who,however, rtrH of the battles for civil rights
It In his own personal style. rose to captain). One (Grant) were began In the South.
George Washington brought an had to overcome adrlnklngproblem Speaking at AAT State University Frets. Siys
austere dignity that helped him and another dueling to said, "During all
set crucial precedents. Jackson) carried a this time when lives wert
many
I Abraham Lincoln brought a pistol ball la his body throughout jj lost, the p.1"., integration. Newest Check ,
1 .sense of humor amid crisis. his ills \ Integration should never have ,
: Theodore Roosevelt brought Four were tragically slain by been the goal. The goal should A broad survey of trouble DO*
test fanatics (Lincoln,Garfield,Me- : have been aaopeasocletywhert brings to light that violence will f
I Warren Bar ding brought back Kinley and Kennedy), and four .. men can choose where they want 'leave the strttts and tht\
room conrhr Ulity. others (.Jackson, both Roon- to live, but not have the rightto ghettoes long enough this fall to
Franklin Roosevelt had ef. veils and Harry Truman) were" deny anyone else that right. enter Into campuses of collegesand
fervescence. John F. Kennedy targets of assassins. Smith said that Integration will universities and Into
had youthful sophistication. Four others (W.H. Harrison, .4 never achieve that for the black schools of secondary leaning,
The backgrounds range from Taylor, Harding, FDR) died people. "You can't Integrate two namely high schools, Junior
frontier log cabins (Lincojnand la office, while several livedto .. unequal things," he added. '.'As colleges and the like.
Polk) to upper-class: wealth be revered as elder states ..... long as white people have all Bru ell University, Wai-
(Jefferson, both Roosevelt and terms ex of the power we art not than, ......., has oust released
Kennedy). Most were well pttedJeftersan, lladlaoa, equal.Ilhlnk.' through Its Lemberg Center for
educated, but several were Hoover, Elsenhower and Truman ( '. that the greatestneed the Study of Violence, a report
drop-outs and one (Andrew ). A few had to endure post- '. that we have," said Smith, which says that"Schools everywhere .
Johnson) never went to schoola white poverty or worse, oblo- < I 'is to be released from white at the college and prt-
day In his life. guy (Pierce, Buchanan)). The Fifty-third National Convention of the Knights and Ladies canal Alton Jean-Louts, Grand Knight, Houston, Texas; Mrs. psychological captivity. I think college level," win be the
Author David Whitney bas But taking the obsure with the of Peter Claver, held this month at the Jung Hotel la New Thelma P. Lombard Supreme Lady New Orleans; Hurray J. there are some whites who are scenes of racial disorders this
brought the S3 to life in profiles great, the mediocre with the Orleans, Louisiana, for five days had an attendance of more Frank, member of the Board of Directors. Beaumont, Texas; sincere and want to set black fall. t
scholarly accuracy and brilliant, collectively they have than 1500 delegates from coast to coast Shown are some of the Dr. Eugene P. Perry Past Supreme Knight, Houston, Teat; people get their freedom, but The researchers have proposed -
appealing Informality.He snows provided the best leadership anytoatlon Officers of the Roman Catholic Organisation assembled la the Mrs. Florence W. Lee, National Secretary Ladles Auxiliary. white people cannot fret U. immediate| attempts to
how each man mowed through a la history ever enjoyed lobby ef the Jung to express appreciation for the fine hospitality New Orleans; John Woodford, District Deputy Chicago; and We have to free ourselves." fight off this new plague. They
series of schleremedskto for so long a period of time, or. shown by Balkan Swiss Colony, Petri and Lejon. From left are George E. Julian, Deputy Grand Knight, Donaldsonvfllt Louis la his tilt, Smith said that suggest conferences sad talks
accidents and from so many different men. Clarence SouthalL Jr., Commander from NapoleonvUle, Louis iana. many black teachers art victims between community s.4tr.1JIcI
the Whit House, why he was This boot should to .- of white racism that Is local officials, particularly
not the sort of man he was, and destroying this country. These Ibt lCIaoala.
why be became CM sort of President Demonstrating A Technique World News DlyBy <. .' black teachers, la turn, vic Dr. Martin Luther Kinks assassination
.
he did. Each maa "evaluated timise black students by telling sparked this new
with objectivity and can r"--- NEGRO: PRESS INTERNATIONALCRACK them they are nothing. tension according to the report:
dor, and fitted Into the unfolding t ; ,, He said schools must do two From January to April of ltd
drama of UJB. history. ,yLl things. "They help black there were 111 racially-ltaked
Not one of the JS was an only If' : ."5' IN ARMOR ? ? students to bel eve la themselves disorders. Moat were on school
child, most coming from large /' and their people and to campuses
families, with two (Madison and JOHANNESBURG-NPI little Incident like the Nationalist
Benjamin) Harrison) having 11 party-ruled government of South Africa refusal to approve an
brothers and sisters.Most were African social anthropologist Archie Uafeje, ut lecturer.at WHEN YOU ARE 111
happily married,none divorced, Capetown University may be the beginning of an an out You Seek The Best Doe
assault from the Inside against the racial discriminatory
'Desegregated HeirT policies practiced by the government Capetown white students tor. then Your Doctor'
Incensed over the veto of the appointment, staged a sit-in Prescribes, Oct ,Exptri
On Air In September protest and BOW bare been Joined by students from three eared Pharmacists Jo II

"The Desegregated Heart" other universities. Fill Prescriptions AC.
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I on "Look Up and Uve"Sunday LAGOS-((!NPD-Someone always suffers la a war, and lathe It Use Only The Belt, C. E. BLACKProprietor
September 1(10.30.1100 a.ra., ease of Nigeria, la which the two protagonists are those Quality Druga. ,
EDT) on the CIS Television on the side of the federal government, and those siding with :,
Network (Rebrcadcast; OAD the breakaway region of Blairs, the ones caught In the middle- 4 Registered Phanaclsts To Serve YouA
July 11, WS) xz and forgotten-are members of the Annangs tribe. One of

Mrs. Boyle who.appears oaths nearly 150 linguistic groups IJIC up the country the Ann .......... COMPLETE LINE OP-.........
,
broadcast, was boll and reared sip art a mtoor tribe la the Ibo-domlnated Eastern (Biafara)
on land which was a Crown grant territory Most of them art to be found around Out Ekpene
to her father's family Her book which., the center of fierce battles last month. Cos.etlcs Rubber floods Candles .

tells other aristocratic
Southern thinking and of the JUST A CHANCE Sundries
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'IdIa1 change In that thinking e,
beginning in 1950 when the ANKARA, Turkey-(NPl>- eavy cigarette smokers In Tcrkeyespecially :
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED1307 -
University of Virginia refused those who favor the top quality brI.ImaJ
to admit a Ncro" a student. be forced to kick the nicotine habit If the country can! lick KINGS ROAD 3531271lilly's
la the dra- RICHARD D. WINSTON first Negro' to serve on the board of education at Park. Forest Its cigarette shortage. A LAO per went Increase la demand
initiations Actors performing Tom Scott Ul., where he lives Is shown on the Job as a micrographics sales representative for Eastman for quality filtered brands, has caused the shortage, tt claimed.
Rawls art Elisabeth East Company la Chicago Winston demonstrating a push-button filing system, the Stores and restaurants now have none of the quality filtered Drug Store
Eigenla John ,Marriott and Mlraeode, which stores thousands. of documents oa microfilm. His "pupil" Is Miss Fare brands or the top nonfUUred brand on their shelves. Some
Hilda Tburman Barnes. Cossette a Kodak secretary. NPI Photo. say the cigarettes art being smuggled at high prices Into Arab
countries to replace boycotted American cigarettes.

COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS Does Coca-Cola
Ford Foundation THE CONFAB BOOKLET .....'_..

BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL NASSAU-CNPQ-la preparation for the forthcoming National have the taste

Grant's $4.1 Million The caller was cat.ri. bat a little Indignant. Women's Conference for Human Rights Year, 1961, a corn.Lkahamtaa.
She was talking to a reporter for a black newspaper, and she mites Is preparing a booklet on "Women In Our you never get tired of?
lad t complaint to make. History"-featuring those who have make contributions to the
"I read your story about the Negro family being harassed development of society or have beta outstanding In other ways
For Negro Students after moving into a formerly all-white neighborhood," she -1M distribution at the conference.xtAtNA'tiiYi4AMX .
said. Is it always refreshing?
"But what about white people whose businesses are wiped out
NEW YORK-The Ford Foundation announced grants recently by Negro rioters? Why should your paper be concerned only {
I totaling $U million for a variety of programs for the higher about black victims of disorder and not white ones as well?"
Education of Negroes, both la predominantly Negro and predominantly The reporter found the questions reasonable. Although she ij1 I KNOW RRiGiiTsii I Do things go better
while colleges and universities did not say so, she agreed with the caUer that Interracial
The grants represent a continuation work la English and stress on violence Is never Justified-regardless of Its purpose or the with Coke
and diversification of the social and natural sciences race of Its perpetrators.But I SASIC.CiENUINI.AUTMeNTIC.CNCMT'SY&ORjS.' .
the Fow tJoG'. support for win be featured. Under Lucius then the caller went om

Negro higher education for lId2whoMllaeis to the school "That's the trouble with you people. You want to have your I 4 EAW ( ( after Coke after Coke........ ? s
which some ISO million have la rapidly taking way all the time with no regard for the fights of others. You -
been granted since 19(3. The a leading role la the training want to move Into any neighborhood you choose and mess tt up, i ei f.l IIC-NTS ASSOCIATES c

Foundation's current objectives of Negroes la the Deep South. to your hearts content. j .. box 472 iJL. .weo. ArwbyHl .., &lit"" wren., ,
sit two-fold First to help S. Benedict CoUet Columbia, Her argument she still had one-was mixed up with her .. wnN Yew ie+'Ho>>ttr..o bie6).a.Im.C4 .C.
increase higher educa OD. P- S.C.: 146,900. The Improvement ....otiomlI on the race problem. She stopped tatting and VALLEYMFOR4E IENNAe
portunities available to Negro of the business program, started raiting. .,N..... R+eL'r' rYeuas.OestaalrSISTER
youth, who are now not only the Implementing of proper' fund "". whites arent gonna stand for yew (--_..) (D-
segregated bit underrepresented raising programs workshops, ._...s') nonsense any more, she conHnnftd. "The next
; Second, to find leaching aW1I aid new CUTrlcttla tae of you who moves Into our block is going to have his, "I"i i
ways to Improve the quality of will be part of the agenda. (.._T..) whipped." BESSIE
the education Negroes receive 4. Lincoln University, Pennsylvania 1 And then la a trembling voice she r'fned off with aa" obscenity. l
She will read your entire life-past, present and j
after they get to a college : $1(4,000. The money While abusive phone calls: wart nothing new.to the reporter, future. She asks no questions but will ten !
whatever Its composition and win be usedfor the development this call her for struck you
bagged she was that the woman did, know date and facts of 1
what giving 'fI
.apport-black or white, of a new academic plan. at first have to you love
something say-tat then threw It away by business, health: and family affairs. Will I Ihelp.you 4"
private or public. 5. Atlanta University School letting racial hatred pt the best of her. find lost art. TELL whom will I
The new grants areas follows: or Library Service: $313.4(0. She was right, the reporter felt la her criticism of people marry and when. If the one.you you love Is true you, what
1. Shaw University, Raleigh, Sixty Negroes graduating In who find extenuations and even pnnfttr4. for Negro violence to do to be successful. Will reunite separated, I "
N.C.s $1,221.072. The grant Is library science will to aided.. but are comparably horrified when It comes to white locate absent friends" and relatives, and cause I j
for total institutional develop Other will bclade. .
grants .violence. $
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between man and wife. Make lover's
happiness
up
ment. Shaw Is the third undergraduate .4150,000 for small travel 'J.Ad' she was the la her ,
correct reporter thought implicit: qu iiil Tells, If sickness and bed luck arc] t {
college recipient of. grants to individual Negro fa, notion that there must be one standard& for both black and white evil Influence andbadluclLl> sl
Q
such a grant. The school's Negro people..whether la culpability for uterraeial animosity\ or ;naturrJenemies Visit 9:" ......._..._ i'.
enownal. aidwh colleges toot tell lo please ,but will tell Jbe truth. One will repay :----- ------ ---
has bees
growth p $540. 41, 1JI1thIDc'1M.
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for disappointments la all others. not only read your life
The enrollment la WJ was for advanced study for seventy- But then she spoiled her you it.lt's bestrefreshment
own argument, 'Lkt aa open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES You know your
670, when President Dr. Janet five bratty members for from ,Aqd bow many of M do that! JCome and set why you art so unhappy when ty'fJUIInc..1DS
E. Cheek came to the campus.! one summer to a year; $130 Consider some of the oratory so often voiced n the militant ,to go. wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted, sick and worried .\
The student body BOW numbers ZOO, Southern Education Program civil-right camp. B correctly recognises that the white man'sslavery .'1I'tae1 yon can be hetoed and everything made clear by consultIng buy.;
1,200. Inc. for reeraltlag tM segregation 1IaIt1tuUc have held the black min Ttqs GIFTED ED.HAO' Everybody welcome. NO MAIL
x. kUles College Birmingham, faculties for predominantly down, denied him his rights and kept him la economic bondage.,, 'ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address. a' ,
Ala.: $346,000. This will go Negro colleges; $127,800 to aid ll.; then that militant oratory'sometimes takes oa I bigotry fiBTER BESSIE.is located north of Callahan on U$.'I,
'toward the establishing of a privately supported Negro and racism of its own-oftea outdoing the white mars racism' 1/2 mine from City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone: 87JZ256.WjETCd .
and raising office and toward eoDepa 0 btlla professional la virulence if not la practical effect.: FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE, .
the strengthening of a freshmam advice OB their bison office Like the white woman who caned the Negro paper, thrfchcfc: Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTELOpen ,
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studies program. Joha Monro, operations; n.., o. Texas racist throws his own argument away. And that's a shame, daily I a.m. to 10 P.... Including Sundavs.TTBB :1 > '
former dean at Harvard, will Southern University Houston,. because there Is nothing. more wasteful than sullying (IDt" CLTPPING'.EJmLES-jrOU.Tp: A $5. READING for $2.: COIIM untw tit MiitwHy;)n.> ca.ca i+comfxnt&,'''Jacksonville Bdfciing, Co.
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NEW OLD LOOK oau-

The look of the flirty Thirties skirts present new ironing problems .. i .,
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guettiont ,.
after the long reign of the tntufrt J ;
took. It's a
t' Is the new Junior Mitt .
# romantic look, too, with pleats simple sheath.
grooming und ''''ne''
I and fathered skirts, and pettl- The gathers seen In new longer
coats to ponff up the fuller skirts should be Ironed or ores* ... Q.1 love lo cook-
and evils sed well to keep them wrinkle "' ly cakes and pies. Bat
[ skirts. White collars .
free. Nose the point of the Iron -. : latest cake fen flat with !
| gallant-looking shirts with bllV 1
and little girl well into the band with a slow, P1( She took one look at the
lowing sleeves '
wiggle motion, working at the and said "never agalnrA !
"l lace bibs on dresses and blouses '-:\ wlter'.3
narrow end of the board for \ !
3 mark the return of feminine You can have your
11 white details. greater freedom. and eat It too. A few
I'1 In the Thirties, this romantic Keep the temperature of the cautions go a long way
!. look meant hours at the ironing Iron low so that you can work minimizing the mess: I. !
iron bowls and hi cold
slowly. new petticoats the pans
I board. Today, synthetic fabrics 'Y\r "
soon as you are through
same way.
It and make light
spray siring
j them This prevents flour
One of the saddest fates to
or upkeep. Most synthetics can becoming "glued" to .
\ befall roenaMlelookingbtnowyrsleeved 'j
i> be laundered with a quick swish tops and other surfaces. 2
blouses, collars and
through suds and usually stead of using your hands :
B synthetics can be finished with pretty petticoats to lose their greasing pans, fold a
M| a little touch-up ironing. perkiness after the first Kleenex paper towel, and
P The use of spray sldng during laundering Spray sizing helps' In the shortening Then :
put back this perklness,restore the with the -
m :this touch-up speeds the work. pan paper !
body and make ironing easier. will free ..
Wr Magic spray sizing is a sclentln Hands' stay grease-
flc combination+o(fabric finish Your new skirt may be a flurry you'll grease only the
of Iron flat not Mother cabinets and -
pleats pleats on
designed to restorethe
lag agents .
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like-new look and feel toast reveres side. tertops 3 Use hot, soapy
washables. When you're ready topress the
But petticoat, pleats and folly pleats, torn skirt on rl&ht.1de The Elegant Look
and, using pleat stitching as a .
****** guide, arrange pleats in groups. newest dictate, the dirndl, has been Improved. ttpomr T ';.
Dampen with spray siting.and by JOHN MEYER OF NORWICH-by adding t back-wrap ,
N.Y. Couple Pals Its press flat The spray sizing closing patch. pockets and ft tie belt. Tuck in a striped long t f
adds: that like-new knife edge steered sweater, top off. with ft perky beret, pull, on color-co- j ,
and helps pleats bold longer. ordinaied kneesocks and prestot Instant .fashion news! k _,
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Ceiling Into Spray sizing U different from

What' the easiest way to was h, starch In that U penetrates the = MME :irAYERS = ;. .
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to pre body to fabrics t
the ceilinitt According to Mr. an I : .
Mr. Paul Smith of New Yorcity dwithout: adding scratchy stiffness. Autumn U Just around the line Urn or aandalwood. ao; '
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the l Is I It InU I Spray slslngdoes sUclCto corner and to U back-to-achooi your clothes-and you-will yd Yt
system pop .
Urn for million Many of you always be "nice to be near" t
an automatic washer.To the iron, so you arold the will be.going away to collet (2) Going away to school i*
lower the cclllniri of thrli'. messy building op clauses shoes, .
packing up clothes cotmetlct meeting new people-profeson *- 9 *
fashioned apartment, t.ht I scorching and flaking. and sharing gear, and future boy-and girt-
Rmllhs (he It the director of th 1 With spray sizing yon can Iron trying to remember UM thou. friends sorority and fraternity r e,4t
Museum. of Contemporary Crafts) completely dry frbrlcs without and and one hems you'll need members. Fir I t Impression
made a canopy by joining several I 1 otherwise dampening them.You away from bom Before you are Important, and what make .
length of double-knit. struck!I clot that aultcaM check these a better impression than a :
nlonlllt..d drapery rings aroundtlie sare the dampening time, white suggestion In handy sprayform shiny pair of shoe? Pack a No.R293Sim
work without the extra from the Aerosol Division
you pro- pray to keep your leather t
edyrst and IUlpnddh,1I
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new
Manufacturer Association.O cleaner: and restorer for suede
The fashions bare
found the molding DCW a newb ( Keep your closets and ill Starch U a must- rTHC perfect travel 1 ensemble a smartly tailored sheath dress
wonderful, romantic Dew look
This Ingenious Idea would dresser drawer fresh with MI then no on but you to keep' with contrast neck band I II belled at "'II.t.The jacket complete
N"11.o duplicate and easy U hang,,, and spray siring caa blip you. aerosol sachet They com In a your clothes clean and pressed"YOUR the costume Ideal for sheer. or textured wools.
w'Ual simple U keep clean will i keep that"romantic look"lookIng oC from
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pulp or d..rl't'llludL new much longer. sweet floral acenU to a maacu- ekes\ 12, 18.
14 take 44 yards of 41 lush fabric for jacket and dress and *i
I I yard of contrast. Standard body measurements for size 14 set
Bust 34, Waist 26, Hip 36.

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Delicious! Deliciousl) DeliciouslboattTtlt Casserole Cookery Develop Jry Casserole Cookery -.,


The Best In Kitchen CuisineMany

noted chefs pride their casserole creations above all
i else, since much continental cuisine is based on the subtle flavor

blending produced by this relatively simple cooking technlqnle.
While casseroles do perform minor miracles for leftovers and

other less distinniiched hgredients..the. are_ nH for@mOltl_ _____yonder-__ ___
rr tel source of really fine entrees.

For dinner for two or a meal 1 pkg. ((9 ot.)frown utlchokei1f
t for a large family, most casserole bay leaf

.b.c dishes require a minimum and-. 2 cans ((10 1/2 ot. each) condensed + ar
of preparation space
of chicken
t- cream soup, ea
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utensils with corresponding
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1. '1/2 cup dry white wine Q
with
historic casseroles
one problem 2 tablespoons minced scallions .
that of scouring off '
1/8 teaspoon pepper
n o
w stubborn baked-on food remnants
2 cups diced cooked ham rlt
a j'+'+ Is now a thing of the past
11/2 cups cooked rice ; ,ID
:' L if popvlar non-stick coated 4 hard cooked eggs, sliced J4 !w
aluminum casseroles are used. Cook artichokes, adding bay b ?k v I
Aluminum casseroles distribute leaf, according to package directions. 1\! /l.i .
the oven's radiated heat Drain artichokes and
rapidly and evenly for remove bay leaf.Blend together
consistent recipe results. soup, wine, scallions and pep ;
Try this Ham and Artichoke per. Stir in bam, artichokes
Medley It's a perfect example rice and eggs; mix gently but
of bow casserole cookery works thoroughly Turn Into a 2 quart
with everyday ingredients to non-suck coated aluminum casserole.
IJi blend delightful new flavor 11perltnee. *. !Bake at J75 degrees for Skillets and Frying Pans--Awayl) The modern housewife acquaints herself with the casserole
.. 35 minutes. Yield: 6 servings. style of cooking The Aluminum Association, through Farley Manning Associates, presents tf
the above appetizing example-all by casserole. It's time saving. It saves energy. And, X
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table over or voder dooe. Tbe secret for serving them perfeeU1 9
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cooked U contained la these simple directions com grand belong GT. CHEER r COOKINGOiL.7.7..
piled by borne economists at United States Stamping Comparr. young married vet and Jw so .
popular'"that friends often Invite )
Paa-frled bacon and chicken Put chicken pieces In skillet, :the two of rod over for .J ,
all too,frequently reach the' piscine Ana .,amend and dinner..'There's t big drawback' ... ..w.. Ltnr.wrMww.wW. t
table over or wrier dooe. TIle breasts. fitting to this popularity that Isn't
4ICftor senriof them per- bony pieces around the Immediately apparent though "DETERGENT. 49
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Cans
toctly cockrJ Is contained In edte. *%- Pop Top
so watch out I If you accept ua-uu-uinu ..
the* clrapV.directions com With medium high beat, brown an those Invitations sooner or p.
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piled ehomehcp I at the chicken on one aide.R'TcTa later you're going to owe an .ARCOAL.e..e.,89' W.lilWAUKE! ..... : iGARETTES. 2" l:
tailed Com*' aDd brown other side. awful lot of people dinner at .Tn e
.",. Tarn beat down u low as It your' place. WKAWIVEK9......O/l PICKLES..29 ___& 1
T*achieve perfecUoo la chickea win go and put I tight lid on. When yon find yourself In this .wr.*CT mautr.oooeMI.IAI._ i9"*..*'. t-a.-MM D
or bacon cookery, they recGlluaeDd Let copt for from 4 J minutes predicament, don't panic. CHIPS..39< NAPKINS..29' 0&$1 ;:
that Ton we a car to an hour depending on the site There are lots of tricks to .N. N.N
amle*msteel skillet of sufficient of the pieces. Shift pieces around shortcut cooking I that JOUI'motbtr RATES7. Nwwan Ntea eYN ti w owls h
rise to accommodate the In the pan and turn them never taught you. With CKTAIL..4/$1. .......... :
meat or tow and which will over periodically. ..e..11wrN.aunuMQ.N 4'I.MED. JL 89
help' from an the terrific: convenience DO'EGGS
deliver superior beat transference Sprinkle them with salt and food products In the PEACHES. ......41. ARROW FOIL
sad be easy to clean 1att,. freshly round pepper. When market, you can turn out mar I
To serve olden-brown chick done remove them to betted velour dinners with flair but

ea vim crisp Juicy skin follow platter or take the decorative without fuss. USDA CHOICE BEEF 20-2S Ll AVCRACE USD A CHOICE
these ceramic skillet rlfht to the
chides Take dessert for example.
Wash thoroughly table. Molded Chocolate Uousse. for .. WHOLE BEEF .
wN e.etn wa-C.w Nr loll a.eeTBONE w CUT ixre an e nItMtMIC .
under cold water faucet. United States Stamping's home all Us attractive looks anl delicious TI RII
Pat dry with cloth or paper economists have an equally taste, is made In minutes STEAK.: !!I09 1 JU4KJ .
toweltnf. simple formula for cooking with Dream Whip Whipped nut ftAMn
Add salt and black pepper to crisp Juicy bacon. Topping Mix and chocolate In* MMOiotc IT t NArs case ru inr s.awROUND WITH COUPON iiiew

one-half ClIP floor and pour It Place bacon strips In a cold 'gfort pu ding. Line a loaf rf STEAK.99
redo paper bag. cer.mlc-m-deel skillet. Turn with split ladyfingers; then
Drop>> pieces of chicken into beat to moderate. As fat accumulates spoon in the fluffy chocolate .se CMOKt...MAM-Me MO UM..
the bag and shake bard until pour It off. TIn Blstar More good news 1* SWIFT PREMIUM FULLY COOKED CANNED
each piece Is lltttly coated. bacon U it browns and keep that you can make the dessertthe RIB STEAK : 99
b the persmla-m-steeel skillet tat poured off. When delicately Bight before to trope or ... .
MM CII wa MMW sew M*MM HAMS 4 $2U
beat one-Quarter cup short browned and crisp, remove ffcii].
wing and one-quarter cup but and drain on soft .paper towel Even homemakers ot longstanding POT ROAST 69
ter. B should be very. hot, Serve wOl want your recipefor .:
but don't let It scorch. on heated plate this luscious chocolaty w per IIM_r w..N.1

tweet, which is ratter onfort GROUND BEEF 'T I
rate since you'll have to re*
Flavor v.Nare revlN.w..wrTOMATOESeeeeeee.eee2.49c
Oriental i
Chicken His veal fr e sr U is to make.

Molded Chocolate..If oij se e
1 envelope whipped topping mix
1-1/T cups cold milk NJECTARINES 4 $1.
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1 package ((4-1/2 ot.) chocolateor

chocolate: fudge Instant BANTAM CORN 1 0 69* ,
pudding 12 bdyflngers.' split 10 49 '
tr. Combine whipped topping mix,

narrow-bottom milt, and pudding bowL mac in deep Beat BARTLETT PEARS. ...5/49*

slowly untfl well blended.Cradually V-M.t._se OC...au U_
Increase beating speed MEAT 'IE5..5/I.
and beat until mixture win form 6-oc.Gna ASTOR
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soft peaks about 4 to minutes.. SWEET JUICY WHITI SEEDLESSGRAPES MEAT DINNERS 39 THE REAL THING"

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.wax paper, letting ends extend <
beyond rim of pan. Then line 4-l LEMONADE= .... '/!
bottom and sides of pan with i*n m

ladyfinger babes. Spoon chocolate .ltET BAR 2/$1. JUICE
mixture into ladytlnger- :
heed pan. Chill or freer until COOL WHIP..2/$1.
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Travel to the other aided the world for a new flavor to try on firm. To serve, invert pan :
chicken. It is called Malayan Chicken and has an unusual blendof onto serving dish. Remove
flavor that includes Juice ginger ripe olives and water 6/$1.
orange /
wax paper. Garnish with additional XTtRA
chestnuts. Serve the chicken orients style with plenty of rice. 'prepared whipped toppingand I IMeXaW/TPAAAy. ('Ill *Gil's.sTAMPs. .1,1 XTRA.ewrn. .J
Malayan Chicken shaved chocolate if de .YM. Y.M -M. MKL01./ p.a oOK. M/1Y L.
,1 chicken bouillon cube Hake's about ., 'S''w"
1 clove garlic sired Slice. / r./ wr .a/ w./ ..
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1 teaspoon ginger ripe olives sliced
"tZ teaspoon sail 1 (soccer can water FOOD POISONING I I c fAlw I i ff !f.RAA' I .ft' I Xe11rq* e, I XTRA1 I XTRA
ches sliced
JA cap corn ell Ulta.
t t4-poaud! broiler-fryer S tablespoons com starch Protect yourself and family 7= = a..11..0.a..1. ell .IM Mil....N.y ... Mawr
chicken rat .p t tablespoons water against food poisoning on picnic .... O.iti.e//
1 rap ersngt JuIce, Yt cop light con syrup and outing It you pre .... .. .
dishes at
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., Set aside. Beat corn oil In large skillet over medium heat. Add and keep such food
chicken and cook, turning as needed until brown on all sides. cold until serving or cooking.
I Reduce heat, add chicken broth mixture orange juice; then Discard food that appear
garlic olives and water chestnuts. Cover-s simmer about 2vminutes polled or any tainted. Take aloof fflTshop Winn-Dixie for"usiujchoice Beef
4 or until chicken tender.. Bemove chicken arrange on s e,.r al nonperUhabl food ,
I serving platter and keep warm.Remove garlic. Blend corn starch Item such a* canned food. bMs,11t
band water Stirring constantly add corn starch mixture and corn -
potato chip, and clean raw
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r : Entertainment Hues And Cries< Ena Hartman Is Ma for Ella Hartman.

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V: KALAMAZOO, Wch.NPII >- Robinson Story" "I Wonder CmCAGO-Npr concert, ,Helps Renew
1? The first three films in a sera Why" and "No Handouts for featuring some 650 young
let being considered for Indus- Mrs. Hedgepeth," the latter women who are participating Hula HoopingRemember
l/i Ion in the Martin Luther King, concerning poverty In the In a local talent development
Jr., Memorial Collection was ghettos. Among II other films project, called "Project the hutthooperaseof
I yi shown at a "sneak preview" at in the King library collection. Girls", was presented at the the late fifties? Wen, the
kj the Lincoln Community School are "Martin Lather IingJr., .Auditorium theater last week. brightly colored plastic hoops
oL auditorium recently. Dealing and "A 'Man of Peace," both The' project Is part of the Neighborhood so popular with everyone from
,.. is with civil: rights and poverty depleting the life and work ofthe Tooth Corps program. giggling toddlers to overweight
f .t! the films are "The Jackie late civil rights crusader. '******* grownups are back again.
Even EDt Hartman vivacious
actress under contract to tfcIversal -
I Studios (and recently'
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lj I named their new'mayor), was
S t caught testing bee skill with the
hoop at the studio( tour center
t recently It wasn't long before
f iii iii -- deveral enthusiastic youngsters
I1rI' had Joined the fun.
-T .......'" In fact,Universal City has been
,. 1f selected u the site for the upcoming
National Hula Hoop Contest -
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l't 1sa Finals, aa event which will
undoubtedly draw kinds from allover
tt the nation to see who Hula
r Roop-er Number One Is going
f to be. The national fl"lf will .
take place on Saturday August
= i' BABY-DOLL list.

,.oO. CAGE The state finals are currently
..,. + ,r rr+ In progress in M key cities
Le SWIM SUIT y!t t """, and any young person readingthis
., publication Is eligible to
1')1) l compete. The categories are
10 divided Into boys and girls nine
years old and under, and those
6.94y t' ten years or older. .
t1'tt If yon are Interested In having
your child compete, contact the
\ Department of Parka and Re-
a' Leek like a living rfoir In .
creation. Following the regional
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Mi lace trimmed
crtip eyelet f-
level of competition, winners
swim lull, with the "peek*, 'i i' progress to state and regional

bee" beck. This cheery, 1&k championships, prio to the national
checked cotton comet In Ice finals la Universal City.
cream color of luiclout lime, And what does the winner get
pretty pink, beevtlM blue.Sim ..1I for all his hula hooping efforts?
I. Vrraclous/provocatrre. Rartman, uoder contract to lUversal presenting the badge of authority. Don Galloway, former Incumbent Well first prim 1s $1,000
30 e9o. ,, 1 Studios, Is the first Negro to receive the coveted title of ,' U shown looking on. The position tenure lasts one college scholarship and other
I THIS IS JUST ONE "Mayor." Here Miss Horton Is receiving her badge of ytar and Is given to aa actor or actress under contract to prises and belng'Usued at the
or THE J MANY STYLES office aa the new Chief Eiecutlve. Actress CUeon Wesson 1s Universal. Universal Photo. local and state levels.
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ON SALE AT THIS ti % .j

LOW, LOW PRICE! Miss Aaeriea Pilots Ruben Philfehtris Sammy Davis Jr.. Hosts


II ,< i Now Opei To Megroesl New "Soil"
Tf f NEW TORKCNPIledt'aL.
1.'S. 4 \ 4 ATLANTIC. CITY {NPQ-The Phillips musical director: ..

''tr ,r( I ,s.,. rs ._ 1.\ week"announced IIJU rk* PlptJltIIalt.that it!was tof past the 15 Apollo,....SbubMD theater fee poIDt-Oe'

.. ti7b 11' ELI flapler S1 .1jJ) & seeking Negro beauties toccatd musical director of the aew.weekly : .j
J. pete la Us amn beauty contest video Jats program,entitled :M
_lfIL and also disclosed that It...
.1/: "Soul" that will be premiered
I making $1,000$ la scholarships over Station WKDT 1 ..
available to the NAACP to'DCbuDtl IS) oa Sept 1!. Made .
.. courage. more Negro participation. possible by a Ford Foundation S .. '
NAACP Executive grant '"Soul" t.De seen at
u u i nrn ri\M 111 ui'i 11 IM i charged at the organisation's to j&u and rock V roll mosie ..
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II&UOIIa1 j convention last June and win be beamed at the two
that the pageant was mUUmNegrouolUwNewYatk"illy :
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Sammy performs one of the key song and dance'todioes, 'The Rhythm Of Llfei, la the
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r : Milwaukee Priest Leads NAACP Youth To "Open The Doors Of Opportunity"NY 1




: Ghello Youngsters Chief, In Equal Opportunity NAACP YOVNI People Fellow

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Publish Aral Newspaper ether Grop-l In New Move

SLUG-MEW ; MILWAUKEE-(NPI)-Tbe Re,. James E. Groppl and the
YORK:.Ghetto)youngsters ft 50-clty photographic: Milwaukee NAACP youth council are planning to tab to the
poverty'program can no w communicate with tick other and i streets agaln-this time to protest alleged discriminatory'
how result of the program to the white community through ; hiring practices bv a firm In al all-white area.
their own national newspaper. Called UKE IT 1S. the first ; Victorious their battle for
Issue wu published today through the National Photography =- A:1: : hiring .
a city -housing ordinance
Talk Force .of the President's Cornell On Youth cpen But withpolice.a fi1r-boaa InI.sctorJ
shoal
Opport udty a it, the group>> was thinking to buoy them, Father Groppi'and
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LIKE IT B provides dteadvantaged '. picketing the Allen-Bridley '
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between InrtrClrjprograms": !\ the NAACP youths may be
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youth In the many Fed said Mr. Sarbln. '.'00. of the J'; 4L '.. $ company, which manufactures more successful ,
eral and locally-sponsored toughest problems ;gr7 .... electrical: controls.Of The priest's assertion that be
photographic workshops with encpcortmtty area programs Is for people to the firm's 6,800 employees, will expect: the firm's workers
to see their workja. know what Is going on else .1. about 25 to 10 are black This to honor the civil-rights picket
print and to show,through phot* where. Here Is aa opportunity Is about one-half of one percent change Us policies-or might
ogres, how they view their of the company's work force.
for youngsters to talk about only start a ruckus: that accomplishes
llres and communities.Feature Bat black people In Milwaukee
their la that nothing. .
.4n 'articles la the publication re- can be experiences meaningful to away people In, make up IS per cent of the city'* And the youth council's strong
port on significant accomplishments other PfOC1"ID'I/lDciherdtJel.. .population. belief in civil disobedience Is
la local photo programs. : According to Father Groppl,
These are people share the also likely to have a dramatic
'
The motto of LIKE IT B the NAACP youths are "anx
explains same kinds of problems, the effect oo the Job picture at
U Just what the national kinds otfalluresWeamek1ei ious to get out and get Invoved Al en-Brasdley-cme way or an
>r photography projecttto trying of successes, he stated. In demonstrations again." other
to achieve An open-housing law, he said,
-I, youngsters Another purpose of the publication
: "The camera, an eye said to. Sarbtn, will*' means little "unless we knock fOld Foundation
: tor all mell Is a to down Ibe walls of discrimination
way see to provide Information about the a 'r ,rG
la and a way out." poverty photo grograms to the t and opea doors of opportunity." School
The win Helps
S The camera has the capacity white community which may be demonstrations
.. to be an Important-Instrument skeptical about various programs Involve "very militant direct. '
for social change," sWedHer- aimed at bettering life la' 'action and constructive tension CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7
fi steel Sarbln, national Photography deprived arose be continued.ff for furnishing, equipping and
Coordinator for the Pre- LID IT B Is aiming a monthly so; there could be trouble staffing a fund raising office
," sided'sComlcil."nlssparerfat publishing schedule. ..Host'of u the company 1s located in the' ....W, for internships for
but peaceful means of com. the contributions will come same white area where open- private Negro'colege staff
IDUDIC' ICIft. But whealtrecordsi from the youngsters and Instructors occupancy demonstrators marched members; $ G.1SO to Piedmont
the rage, the bitterness, the working la the pro-' la years passed. Many of University Center North Carolina
frustration, the hopelessness of gram. first edition was the marches erupted In for the setltng up of a
I' life la the ghetto, the photo- edited bylbs Dunlak, special violence. program of Internships In educational -
h graph Is not merely communicating projects) coordinator and former The demonstrations are,, administration for
to those outside the etfUor-ln-chlef of POPULAR ;.directed against a firm which; young Negro men and women;
ghetto 11a also creating a I'I TOGRAPBT. has been told m test cases Initiated $69,000 to The Robert Melon
'", selfawareness among ghetto LIKE IT B Is being diitrl- by the U. S. Labor Memorial Foundation; $29,02,
=/ youngsters that represents aa bated to participant la Youth 'department that it might lose Howard University, for the
Important first step toward Opportunity photographic programs 'Federal Highway Administrator-Lowell K. BrldweU recei Implement the program. In 196*,he was named Equal Opportunity federal contracts because of study Negroes behavlorlal
: teaming toward motivation- la 60 major cities, key announced the appointment of Alexander D. Caliber! of,Atlanta, Officer for the Federal Highway Administration's Region I which alleged failure to eliminate ICJeIlC"i' $20,000 for Missis
ward self-improvement," he city, government and Federal Georgia, u chief of the Federal Highway Administration's comprises the States of Tennessee, North Carolina. South racial |*/Tln lnt* ... said. agencies: that serve the communities Equal Opportunity Division. In his DeW position, Mr. Caliber Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. A nativeof About a fourth of the com survey the state's high school
LIKE IT B provides much- u wen u to the will be In charge the FHWA's equal Job opportunity programregtlred Knoxvllle, Tennessee, Mr. Caliber M, was graduated from pany's business WU2I u.e Ftd- seniors and encourage college
?. needed liue of communication photographic 1DduatrJ.I by the 1964 CMl Rights Act The program Is designed Knoxville College In 19U with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, and eral government. attendance.
to assure equal employment opportunity oa Fl eral1t-eJ td received his Master of Arts Degree la Sociology from Onto The bias charge apirdAlles- Bethiae-Cookmaa College
Black Catalysts Meet highway projects, regardless of race, color, creed or national State University la 19.9. He also studied: at the University of Bradley Is aa old story. Fouryears received $24,103 for faculty
: origin. His division It responsible for conducting compliance Temesse and Tennessee State University. ago CORE unsuccessfully study grants 1 Edwards Waters
I reviews Investigating complaints and encouraging State highway Photo by U.8. Highway Commission challenged the company's College $1,106.SEAFOOD .
In Chicago This Week take affirmative to .
departments and road contractors to steps ---- ..

THIRD IN LINK
CHICAGO-The Association cr Black Catalysts will convene (\

In Chicago over Labor Day i weekend, August 10, and Sept- Gives InstructionsTALLAHASSEE NASHVILLE U Tennessee State university'sthird CENTERN
ember 1. The conference Is being attended Blacks .. .
by from president In Us M-year history Is Dr. Andrew. P. MYRTLE AVI 'H tL 4 1461
various parts of the country and from all walks of life .
,s em-
played and unemployed. Torrence, of Little Rock, Ark.. Formerly vice president of a.1eoe .IIOWI
Tub mullets.y00 HIS wiiri SFC'Al'uiu..
The conference wiU explore tor of Ebony Magaaine author VHI -MMI4.IVIIIVI TROUT
Black Identity Black Unification of "Before the Maydo.er"; PU TIHI FLOUNDER
Black linkages, to determine teL will speak Sunday, September DON'T RUE TO 60 TO TOWN TO SET 1.t.i._end "d da.e.e a..NI 69 C

cooperative communication 1, 1961.Conference : SNAPPER l IkeIII

People.organisation The Association of Black of deal with the basic workshops Issues confronting win LOW PRICES r r3 i 9 C CATFISH

Black Catalysts members U black people la tUUnited au 1&
committed to the liberation of StI-.1IIeS bow a nation .
; Black People. They are accountable al organisation of the Catalyst .'tltYtl l ill KINCFISH, 591iiatv
; ,to the Black. Community COIII4MIp.IU" aakPeoole j." s Y ..DRU6-STOIL NEEDS : .. KaSItt1tA1t II % STEAKS ,
at all times, and their The conference will be held lathe w VNI lulu"
1 first responsibility Is to Black Anhm.LlDeoba. Center HIM HOaiDA,
People. 700 East Oakwood IUYd., Chi Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE GREEN LOBSTER ,Ib S130 1
I Dr. Causes. V. HamUtoo.pro. cago. Registration fee Is $15. WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL Iwe..a.. C.NI..w T. l< l. In. .,w.
fessor" political 'science, Asp black person Is eligible to PAPERS. We deliver. We also AO all Doctors Prescriptions.
,. Roosevelt University, and co- attend the conference. Pre-rt- v r STEAK FILLET lb.$9e
=S author with Stokely Carmkhael glstratloos are being taken now.

2 of Black Powers" The Politics To register la advance or for ca... CwMtl ffcfM .".. w..... '
jj of Liberation will be featured further Information write to Dixie Pharmacy I T"
jj session, Friday evening, AngB Martin Luther King, Jr, Drive, eririu <
ast to.ij Chicago Illinois. 1302 KINK lOAD AT MYRTLE I $1.25... .....hnt. $1.50... 'finl-f
: Leroot Bennett, Senior Edi- ****** el"YIN1'
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South Will Solver
Fla. -Amos White deft)Assistant Professor
of Art at Florida LAM University gives instructions to Margaret
Kaowles of St. Petersburg during a classroom session of the I take a case, I thoroughly
Racial Problems First "Art Education Workshop la Three Dimensional Media." The the
six-week session at rAM U U structured primarily for secondary study background, \.r. /: '

\ Rev. Jehi Hester Strikes personnel humanities who and for either elementary leach art classroom or teach teachers.la other areas 1U purpose of the Events happening years before; r'.{ : i

is to deepen their aesthetic awareness through personal t involvement can win a day in court." '. '{- a:
Stress How At PrejudicesI in three-dlmecslonal experiences. White was recently ; .
'I\ elected as state representative for Florida to the American :> .

I MILWAUKEE Rev. John Henry Hester, Atlantic City, j. Craftsmen's Council.EDUCATIONAL. W Maybe that's why I picked _..- ;1
the Imperial potentate of the Ancient Egyptian Arable Order
4 Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (Prince Hall Masonic affiliation) Gordon's London Dry Gin.
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told Shrines at the opening session of the Seventy-fifth Annual r. "ROU DU1
H Diamond Jubilee Session of the Imperial Council,that the breakdown Good English background
of moral law underlies civil lawlessness that 1s being I .., J
BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL .
Dry the I like it ; ;
.,experienced today not only la America but throughout world. way ,"

According to the head of Prince died Sl-4) thaa of their white MODEL SCHOOL Chalet E. Lloyd Attorney Advisor to the Sliuson-Wtshington
Han Shrlners, lawlessness has neighbors. Coordmttinp Council. Counsel for The Bank of IIMnce Advisor to Operation.
sow fared Into open violence, The speaker observed that U ROUGH ROCK, Arts (NPI) A demonstration school Bootstrap OM of the most succtssfut young lawytrt the Southwest
and the moral and legal codec was his personal opinion that Operated by anti-white Indian school board of the Navajo
once esteemed and bald dear the South win solve the racial reservation is being touted as a model for inner-city schools,
BOW U.' "Incessantly and problem with man' dispatch' Based oo the concept that "deprived students" face u Identity
flouted and vender than the North and gave u his crisis-being caught between two cultures and unabU to Identify
hire attack la the reason "the Southerner dots with .ltber-tbt school has changed its curriculum to offer
t Mat of Individual! rights and u care now close the Black ;course Instruction In both Navajo D1I
freedoms. Amerlaaalet, so long u h. about their heritage,the advantages tuckddludraetspstost ; stress
"The matter which is uppermost does not get too high, while the : arts and crafts; and to provide tor the operation of the
la oar minds la terms of northerner does not care how school bv the tribal people themselves.
-, lawlessness Is rioting looting high the Black American
1 and arson and It should bated reaches, .but do not get too .SMALL INCREASE
rather bluntly that any effort to close." He claimed that the ;
1' condone rioting and looting soda world's playground and his cLBVELAND-OtPQ-The) expected huge Increase la the
particularly arson Is a further home town is aa example, umber of black teachers hired by the school systems inCuyahoga :;
effort to rip the already badly "After six o'clock la the evenIng county's 91 suburbs has failed to maieraliie.Current
ton fabrk of our society" the after Labor Day, Atlantic figures show that there will be a total of 90 black teachers out
Rev Mr. Hester said, while City is a Black of the $,500 staffing the schools this fall-an Increase of ft
1 pointing out that to talk about Community. AH Borthera... over the last school: year. Conflicting reasons art given for
homaa rights u against property areas enjoy the same mobility the smart Increase: Not enough black qualified teachers, and
rights. the matter of th of whites leaving the working school mlnlfrft"Tf failed to go all out la recruiting: Negro
forcible prevention of rioting community of their very existence teachers. '
looting lid arson Is rather begging to travel to the newly T
the C lIUoa." created suburbia. DELAY ASKEDRICHMOND
U He declared, with much approval Be called upon members of the
-' of the Shriaers; that OJ'dlrL U citisens sod Prince Vav-{NPI)-Three county school systems told
if there is ao human right tosteal,. BaD Shrlners, to conform,to the V. 8. District court weekthatthey could not reorganise
.* saips or to set fires. ttfrMt? ud laws,la cooperation their schools along federal desegregation guidelines before the1M970
Potentate Mr. Hester noted with our, aatloa and Us'sjthortaed school year. The counties, Hanover Coochlanty and _
fe that the deplorable fact Is that officials; to ntaiataln Povhataa, since "complete reorganization .
aandsuydelay Cordon a Cn.CfOMH n Lon M. Inotirxt'" 1141. ;,
4: black rioters plundered...of exacting high standards la would be I)', to create unitary Integratedsystems. vs 1M toggiittHrinfnoltnd.AH nc a MOd 1M I/IIOIkI. I"
b Wan of the their respective communities ."
their
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I II Arthur Ashe-4-6-- -8-10 6-0 6-4 America's First Negro Male Tennis Champ"Mitch I




ni WI.", Ceta-Cela Spollih1 On Ashe's Outstanding Victory

Success Through Gilf Oil

Spoils; Gives U.S In World Standing

PreMetioi Feitires AFLersATLANTA' :
ELDER SHOWED 'EM BROOKLXNE; Mass. Shades of Bill TUdenl A Negro Is now
About 10 If He Is Arthur Asbe, ft West
The fall promotIon for Coca-Cote years ago anyone the National Kale Tennis champion.
upcoming 'had predicted that within a re- Pointer. Re Is 25 years of lit 1.1111 feet, one Inch tall, wears
and National Football League teams
American
spotlight til 26 'httvely abort time a white to- glasses and has been struggling In tennis since 16 years of age.
caned "Match I Win. The with an ,
game,
In an all-family game
accompanying prln structure of almost $1 million, will be dlence would be cheering a At last', be bur.a c II.done goal-the national tennis championship. -

conducted during the iti! -week period of September 2 through Negro against two white opponents : ,
October &8 1161. t 9 one of them Internationally Never In the history of the In the seventh game,deadlocked
The pme, will offer five different ways for eonsmnert to win famous, In the 1Ifllll; Ol 'at has a Negro been 3-3,, when Santana fouled his
Professional Golfers final service. Ashe held the
each week for six weeks. Priies Include: Six! $%5,000 cub Illy-white ;a champion. There has scarcely
Association he would have been serve and broke Santana's serve
prizes; 60 1969 Mustangs, and 400,000 other cash prises ranging I IA Iit been any meliJoDofhl.lproweu'III
Asbe Is
.. ftscrewban. the sport which has been In the last. a recipient
from $1, to $100. Yet that was precisely what of the Emmett Dowling Awardfor
,
The game consists of a Barer card with the names of ten'AFL quite restricted activity.
or NFL teams paired to form five games. The 26 teams of both happened at Awwbbltesis Sunday Last Saturday, be beat a Dam the Most Valuable Player
August 11. of the intersone! matches
leagues will appear at random on saver cards. Certain letters Cup Star, Jim McManus: and
of the team names are printed In yellow Indicating that these of 20,000 almost screamed then moved Into the 88th The United States win get an
letters are to be matched with letter stamps stuffed in cartons Itself hoarse cheering a National Tennis Championship, opponent later. Japan and India
13-year-old Negro rookie professional Ills meet September 2-21 for the
I of Coca-Cola, both returnable and one-way packages. Letter meeting Bob Lot Sunday.
named Lee Elder In ,victory over unseeded tats did Eastern Zone championship
stamps will also be available at polnt-of-sale promotion pieces ,
and through mall requests. t sudden-death playoff against the trick. That winner will face West
the celebrated Jack NIcklaus On August 20 Asbe bested Germany October at Munich.
Weekly, winning games will be announced through major area ,
newspapers and polnt-or-uls displays by local bottlers of Coca and Frank Beard, both white. Spain's Manuel Santana by 6-3'' America will come In,later.
Cola. Consumers who have completed that portion of the saver Elder, an alumnus of the pre-, In the final set of the last match The winner 'tI'UIIO to AlIItralla'for
card with the pro-football> team names of the selected winning dominantly Negro United'Golfers of the intertone semifinal of the struggle for the Davis
win the prize for the winning games. Association, stunned the 1968 Davis Cup competition. Cup In December.
games,
Came cards will be mailed and available through outlets selling the golf world by battling the That victory gave the United McManus said, "He has that
,returnable and one-way cartons of Coca-Cola. Game ".tuffer." E !Dt.1..N.YJ.__ .__-_.._.__:::: i, hard-hitting smooth putting .States a 4-1 advantage over one big shot end you never

which Include four "game" letter stamps each, will be packed 'PITTSBURGH, Fa Cxclef ) and Alton Bryant (right), Wilmington Delaware, two Beard NIcklaus to and t the tie steady In playing :appfa a for Just before here know when It's coming. The
In cartons of Coca-Cola, which began August 26, and running (newest and most successful Gulf service station dealers, check out a customer's car. Gulf regulation Cleveland, shot may be a serve, a back-
through! the week of October ZI, 1161. went to the Blac k Alliance In Pittsburgh a Negro civic and social action group Interested playing In the American Golf the tryouts were, beat Santana band;; a volley forehand, any
Classic Each negotiated the '
In the development of Black businesses and business opportunities In the Wilmington! area. 72-hole, 7,180-yard Firestone In 2) minutes. Re broke service thing.

I r Country Club In 280 strokes,
leaving even the august Arnold GrM.Wi f MOWN State


I r Time To Complete Your Education I, death"Palmer Tbenttey playoff among came the and totbe victim the"sudden nation Pity September 28th In N.Y.


watched with bated breath u
the event was being televised NEW YORK, If.Y.-GrambUng and Morgan State-two Negrocollege
throughout the United States << football powers who guard their reputations like feudal
Vocational School
.i Stanton High and Canada. lords will play ft charity game here September 28 la Yankee
Stadium to students the
., However, the most significant help ghetto.
.
uedienee-cu The game Is sponsored Jointly
one to whom
Day Or Night Classes Elder provided a practical by the Football Coaches Williams, New York Wants;'

lesson In race relation-was the Foundation and P. Bal1antJae Line HowelL Philadelphia Eag
Night Classes Start Bp.m. traditional "live" audience;the Sons, Newark, N.J., as part lei; Mike Howell and Clifton
20,000 persons who followed the of Ibuustry's new testimonialto McNeil Cleveland Browns;
stars around the course. good neighbortaeu.Morgan Frank Cornish/ and Roosevelt
t B was fierce competition an is coached by Earl Taylor, Chicago Bears; Willie

the way, with Elder, NIcklaus Banks, former University of Brown, Oakland Raiders; Col.die -
r Iowa -American guard wall1 Sellers and Nemlah Wilson
CONTINUED ON PAGE IS
I astute Eddie Robinson, who Denver Broncos;JJ.Garrett -
tr leaves little to chance, U the and James Griffith
Purses. TopsWith Grambllng mentor. Cincinnati Bengals:and Norman

In making the announcement .Davis, Baltimore Colts.
h at an elaborate news conference Eight recent Grambllng graduates -
Pire OH Yeceptlon bald at Toots Shor., who have known glory

kly Bill Curtis, manager of market and frustration, will try their
DARLINGTON, 8.C. Veteran development for P. ntUinttnel lock In the pliy-for-pay ranks
: David Pearson of Spartanbnrg > Sons, andtbeenerglaingforce this tall.
and his fellow statesman Cale behind the contest, pointed out Sophomore tackle Beanie
Yarborough of TlmmonsvUle,. that public awareness and public 'Superman" Taylor Is typical
are the co-favorites tithe Pure concern precipitated action and of the kind of plotter who stars
I OH Racing Panel of Experts made this historic sports milestone for the Louisiana school. Be
? to win the 19th &llDualloath- posstUe.ft stands .'I", weight 123 pounds
: en 500 NASCAR speed classic 1s the first major attraction and blocks and tackles with re
over the tricky mile and three featuring Negro college teams Ugh Coach Robinson labels Urn
eights! Darlington International In New York City. Win civic "a super star of the future"

Raceway. next Monday, with anew groups Industry and city officials While Grambllng was earning

Ill record crowd anticipated ,, working la close partnership Itself a niche.la the pro ranks
ateHIGH
Tor the Labor Day event. *' ,*efforts are being made Morgan State proved itself lr-

Pearson, winner of the last to lure 60,000 tans Into Yankee Irresistible and Immovable on
t three Grand Nationals at Columbia Stadium to help underprivileged the college scene. The Bears

WInston-fialem. N.C. students who otherwise might have piled up u unbeaten
'" and Weaverrllle, N.C.and leader be abandoned la hopelessness string of 26 games,and conceivably
SCHOOL DIPLOMA.CREDIT PROGRAMAdult In 13 of the late model events .and despair. could beheadedforafourth

for the season,was named as the Proceeds will be channeled straight unscathed campaign.

i, IB years of age or older, may choose to .' : favorite of ZO of the Part OU Imo educational facilities called Admittedly the talent 1s there
earn a hiph 'school diploma by credit. A program of adl1 1'0') rate of "speed and Ae- panelists at speeds ranging Street Academies presently and few coaches can match
studies till be set up after a consultation with the quest examination on each subject when he judges from 111.021 to nUN miles operating la Harlem under Banks' dedication sad drive.
principal The amount of time necessary to achieve he. is prepared Thus an adult can complete his -per hour. auspices of the New York Urban After weld the Morgan
the diploma it up to the adult. The State Department requirements as rapidly a.. he is able to prove his Yarborough top money winner UagneAcmber coach his squad Into a
of Education has established the .privilege that an knowledge. of the season with earnings In of major corporations close-knit family, giving 100

r .. .. .. excess of $100,000, was have assumed sponsor per cent effort at an times,
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selected u the favorite of 19panelists roles la the actual operation." one 'writer observed that
COURSEr FOR VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL HIGH SCHOOL COURSES to win at speeds including IBM, First National "facing this club 1s similar to

EDUCATION English Chemistry ranging from 118,808 to 135. City BankY'LaRoche McCaf playing Russian roulette with ft

Uph.llt.I'I Shoe Repair Literature Physics "4 miles per hour. frey and McCall, foe, advertising loaded pistol."
Moth Pearson, whoaeearalngs agency. Colanese Corporation MTeby will beat you any way
A.te 3edy R. to'ir. Cob h"""'lIkI"i Biology retched 149,117 with his "
they can
and Union Carbide
..."'M, !hct..: C..nret01: 1' Ar t History Generel Science Weavervllle victory, could Corporation.As Like Grambllng, the Bears

..i, I" r' ."., ratnwsia, French Civics move ahead of Tarborough win nearly every football fan have won three straight Central

';.ii .', ":01 ':"I\l CI, German Americanism vs. Communism a win at Darlington. Neither knows, Grambllng College has Intercollegiate Athletic Conference .

.. '.. Spanish Industrial Arts has ever won the "R.bl achieved nigh-brow respectability Titles.GrambUng.
: :::4 bat Pearson did win the u one of the nation's 1.11 member of the
I p i trau,." BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSES 400" over the same Darlington most prolific producers of professional strong Southwestern Athletic

t.: ItOIUJ \ Typewriting Bookkeeping track earlier this year. football players. Conference, labeled by many as
Shorthand Third la the selections was Only Notre Dame has tine "the nation's .toughest small-
.COURSES FOA BUSINESS EDUCATION Filing
Richard Petty of RsndWunan "
passed the Louisiana 1Chool..IDthe college loop
typing Shorthand Dictaphone.' Operator Business English N.C., the defending Southern number of graduates toQ- lath recent AFL-NFL combined

Bookkeeping Transcription Machine Bookkeeping Key.Punch Operator IBM 800 aid Grand National log la the American and National draft, Southeastern Conference

M Filing Production Office Practice Adding. Machine Operator eIIa.I mjiiri. who holds the Darlington Football Leagues. schools, beaded by the
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Business Moth. Business Speed Reading Key.Driven Colculotor. -. 800 record with uaveraI' Twenty-seven et-Tlpn have University of Alabama, led the
English Low for Laymen Mimeograph speed of 130.421 miles signed pro contracts for the nation with 36 players selected,.
Business Machines Office Practice Stacks and Bonds Business Moth per hour established In winning 1968 season. followed by the SWAC with 31.
the 1987 race The predictions By NCAA standards, Cramp- The Big Ten ((29)), Pacific Eight
HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION : of Patty's 11 supporters varied ling and Morgan State qualify (26)), and Western Athletic Con-
COURSES FOR GENERAL EDUCATION from 114.537 miles per now. as small schools, but size Is ft serene (%4)), trailed ia that or
COURSE OFFERINGS FOR ADULTS THROUGH. : Creative Writing Art Appreciation Lee Roy Yarbrough of Columbia matter of football emphasis.By der.
ADULT another of the top speedsters any other athletic criteria
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Speech Fundamentals Art they Incomparable ferny Kelly,
was namedas the favorite
,,
compare favorably with big- winner of two
Music Oil Painting straight NFL
SPECIAL COURSES of 11 panelists at speeds from time football foundries.
Clothing Construction Water Colors 12S.380 to 149.700 miles per rushing crowns Boo.ft.ltBron. ;
GrambUng stalwarts hare
put former New York Stan
Salesmanship Small Business Management Basic Tailoring General Shop hour.' their speed, sis and strength and currently a Giant coach
Real Estate Income Tax .. .' !' Cal Yarborough with 28 to such good use la me AFL Rob t r t Wade, Pittsburgh;
Welter end WaitressTraining Hume Relations Adult CIvil Defense Educotlon '::::. votes., and Let Roy Yarbrough and NFL that stories about Stealers and Willie Unler.
"N with 22 votes, were named u them seem slightly
exaggrea- Kansas City Chiefs, are Morgan's
the two drivers most Ukley to
BOIlcS.wl'a ;i: Tailoring \' be leading the parade at the let contributions to pro
Ex-Tigers superlative at their rooaau.
Advanced Tailoring 79th
Advanced hole.
Sewing
.. n .. _. Other drivers named by the Jobs u pros Include Willie No reasonable observer would
_. Davis, defensive captain.Green attempt to minimize
"' their
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA ": EQUIVALENCY Pure 011 experts u probable .Bay Packers Buck Rrhannan! achievements.
'. PREPARATION: PROGRAM winners Included Charlie Clots- ; Morpa beat
: and Ernie Ladd, Kansas City Gambling la 1946 by a score
: This 'program is for adults wanting to achieve a : f.d( u'-'e. :d\\ ." : bach nine of picks Georgetwon Buddy, Baker tod., with of Chiefs; Willie Young and Willie of 350.

school grade equivalency or a high school equivalency '6th i jade In school -but less than 9th grade ant"ant Charlotte with lour, Bed Moored

diploma the Equivalency Toting program. to: (1)I Prepare for required tests in American History Charlotte and Doonle Allison Your Good Health

> High School Review An 18 week course of 2 nights and Civics and High School Equivalency Diploma exam'or of,0Aeytowm, Ala., with two
a week or a 9 week course of 4 nights a week of education (2) Prepare for a grade equivalency exam .' For persons who have not bad gin reaction.

in preparation for tests in American History, Basic Education 36 week course of 2 nights aCivics tetanus toxoid.". any deepwoundsmay Even though' the Immunity resulting .
'and High School Equivalency Diploma Ejam week or an 18 week course of 4 niehts a week of basic HEATSTROKE result In lockjaw. Such from the toxoid may

(.9Qh,__, ... # ,,,,_ __ education for :Adults:! wanting to achieve a higher grade wounds include those resulting diminish after a few_years,.U
ii Hvdes Grades 1.3 and Grades 46. Cool it aa much M possible from traffic accidents can be quickly restored suite
Junior deep
High School Review.A J6 week course of.2 In I.TbiI cow' ;? 'In hot and humid weather, and
time of accident
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log heat exhaustion. Victims of
heatstroke usually exhibit the Before the toxoid became: No one should take the chance
IT 'S HOT TOO LATE TO EDUCATE REGISTER NOW following symptoms: pals and available, victims of these'' of getting tetanus, because It

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I ;American Football League Catches Dodge "Scat Pack" Sweepstakes Fever I




Profiles; 01 Slot Players FAMUiR Is 1

Men Of Power I


Of( League Will Be Shown President Of Spotlight SportsBy


DETR01T-/Tever" advertising and ales promotion which CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON H

reputedly' helped Dodge charge to all-time auto Ales peaks I M.III.U.lt Study ::,'" NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
la the 6S model year, win kick-off anew in mid-September
for '69 product with a million-dollar "Dodge Scat Pack" TALLAHASSEE: Scott Moffett CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12

Sweepstakes, associated with the American u __ Forft_ ____n LM_.M.__. has been elected president of and Beard battling for the $Z5. Negro golf pro Charlie tiff ford ..
the student body of the Florida
The massive AFL tie-In for voted to the Sweepstakes, will AIM University. Multi-Occu loA 000 first prize money. Up until of Los Angeles in 1933.Not only

the announcement period is part actually total 53 million copies | al Cooperative Work- then, Elder. who bad been an' did Slfford-who was one of the
d a multi-million dollar new Two million inserts will be Study I .. accredited player In the PGA nation's finest players even then
for local Project. ., only since last November was -hare trouble becoming the
advertising campaign that will printed dealer dlstributlon. The is federally '-.
project sponsored
"turn the Fever averaging only between $500 first Negro to play in the PGA,
up according ,
and has students from
,
and ranted way down-No. 70 but people on the courses used
to A. C. Thomson Dodge car Newspaper advertising will be ,approximately Z5 counties in
-an the PPGA money-earnings to stand around In stony-face
advertising manager. additionally supported by individual !
The
north Florida. objectiveis i
list But all this did not deter
silence eyeing him with Intense
dealers and dealer .
Attractive "Fever
young to train the students in marketable +
Girl," Iou Parker win again group (O Dodge Advertising As- ; skills and to place them 4P Yy Elder from playing superb golf., curiosity
soclatlons) with tea; His greatest moment cams in This spirit of acceptance by
personalln the popular theme announcement- ,on )Jobs at the completion of.
the playoff on the "monster"16th fans and white fellow colfer.dIdn.t .
In print and TV commercials day ads of varying sites In training.
More than 60,000,000 printed approximately 1,200 small dallies election regulations hole when be thrilled the come about automatically
and Regular crowd-von it over, in fact- suddenly, however. The two
weeklies.
of
Impressions Sweepstakes
used. There clerks t'a
were
were ,
with a terrific 25-foot that
putt ranking Negro golfers nopr.
announcement and entry form A fun-page four-color InsertIon -
pool watchers tally counters dropped in for a birdie. After
ceded Elder Slfford and Pet
will appear' In 638 major dally is scheduled In the newspaper and an official voting machine .
that Elder had the
virtually Brown tad to their
prove
and weekly supplements Parade
Life and Ebony newspapers, plus This Week, Family Weekly,an& operator.must.B. Registration was t ,r1 \ life audience eating out of Ms mettle in the stiffest type d

The print deluge win break ontt Tuesday. Major Negro newspapers F. Adams was master of them hands "Come on Lee,"most of competition against such super
yelled in reply to those
near September 19 when the are Included lathe heavy ceremonies for the campaign stars as Palmer Nlcklaos,
loyalists who were
screamingencouragement Gary Player Sammy Snead and
fun lint of new products is print schedule rafly. .;.
shown la dealer ships across National consumer magazines The newlyelected president! !Is to Nlcklaus. Gene Littler to name but a few.
The cheering became more In fact Slfford and Brown were
country which will carry the product ,
a native of Pensacota and the
A fun-color line also Include Life Loot pronounced when Beard was the only two Negro golfers to win
16-page, insert son of $ /. and Mrs. Scott \ eliminated on the 16th hole and
PGA-sponsored tournaments
devoted to the American Football Newsweek, Time, Saturday Moffett, Sr. who live at 1006 -
League with profiles of Evening Post, National Geographic north 7th Avenue. He's being Shown, above: are two of Bethune's Men of Power for the next football year. Ronald Rill, 1(5 the crowd sensed that the before Elder. Slfford, one of tbe -
New Yorker a linebacker Is working out here, with Charles Brand Photo tournament was to be decided hardest hitting tee-off artist la
Its star players, and the auto Playboy trained in the area of draft 205-pound center Courtesyof
between Nlcklans and
Elder.But
Sunset Bethune-Cookmaa" College. was the first, winning
maker's entire model lineup, True Better Homes and ing. theLong
It wasn't in terms of
thinking
Beach
la 1954.
Open
scheduled In Life and Ebony.It Gardens, Southern Living
will be Sport and Sports Illustrated. color. To the spectators it was Pete became thtnrattoeaptur.an
flanked by a center ,
double-page four-color Sweepstakes Offered U three first prizesIn Getting Set FAMU Rattlers Play Just a matter of baring; the official 72-bole PGA tourney

ad. Life will also the "Dodge Scat Pack"Sweepstakes privilege of watching two tremendous when be won the Waco Turner

reglonallsed fun-page listing carrya which ends November Three Fall Classics golfers playing top Open la BurneyrUle Okla.,
notch golf. Which player would '
of the division's 2, 00 dealers. 9 are Charger Rft 1964.Therefore
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
: win, not whether the black or to Slfford and
cars trips around the world
to Life's officials ,
According
,
AIM University Rattlers will the white golfer would win
was Brown must be given due credit
for two and
the supplement Is the largest persons $5,000
cash awards. play two classics In the State the big question.The for paving the way tor Elder andoftenlng
single new car announcement
of Florida this fall.
far more seasoned Nick the hearts of PGA
unit ever to appear la that Five Sportsman wagons plus The 36th annual Orange Bios laus won with birdie 4
$2,500 cash awards and roundtrip a to fans by the sheer force of their
,
publication.Simultaneously.
corn Classic and festivities win Elder's 4)) on the 17th bole, but ability and sportsmanship.
flights to Hawaii for two
.
Dodge Is re- be held In Miami December Lee had made his
point, uncoosclentiously One other thing seems to be
offered second
peatlag 1U history-making persons are U ,. I and 7. The sixth annual Tarn : though it was, gnerally forgotten la these
prizes In the bird- wise category

eight-page Insert of
newspaper 1 11'h ,
pa Classic will be played In quite clear times pf Integration and
are 25 RCA combination
more than 50,000,000 copies, November 30. He that
Tampa proved a Negro golfer togetherness Organisations,
color television and radio sets
the largest la the history of The OBC will be played lathe could be accepted by player such, u the Negro American
and round trips for two sons ..
automotive per
advertising.The to the professional football a spacious Orange Burl Stadium and fans alike in the PGA. (Baseball) League and the
pre-print newspaper In.sari against u outstanding Elder also
pocketed $12,000 United Golfers Association
,
Super Bowl la Miami plus$500
tatuing'69arandtruck to be named in the
ponent early u second-place prise. must be commended for making
cash awards.
models, with the back page de Portable color TV (100 sets) November. The Tampa Classic Beard also received $12,000. it possible for outstanding;

win pit the FAUU Rattlers against since be and Elder shared Negro athletes, snob u Jackie
offered fourth
GelR4ikii are Polaroid U prize* the Texas Southern University second place. Robinson, Sifford, 'Browi and
2,500 "Big Swinger'cameras I Tigers from Houston. What a contrast it all was to Elder to develop their talents.
constitute fifth
+c'sr and 100,000 approved AFL prize foot-, .81 1 t. .the situation confronting fellow Nice going Lee!

ale bans complete the contest a.nrds. .
eaiwarw 00. T BE A DROP-OUT
.. -
t
.1a1ally ;
s__,, ew..i I
Visitors to dealer showrooms : ,

ASK A -I"Mr..r also have the option of registering 00 BACK TO SCHOOL. JimRttss' .

.Qt'KSTION for tilt special bonus
Smart flahcrmen1..k SlrofW prttes of tea 1969 Dodge Dart TO GET A GOOD JOB YOU

quMtlon "Swinger 340" hardtop cars .
,
At seat to It Mem '.*
oceaaloB .specially to which will be glvtn away (one MUST GET EDUCATEDSometimes

UM peen btf Innrr who would In each d the 10 AFL team .. ,",
rtlbr (. home akunked. than districts). With each Dart go**, .. *- -' -
reveal hla Intptlluda.If an expense-free trip to.the'' 'w irR:
M mime U ask.( *. IreHnlegreRrI.
nearest AFL weekend
UOM. Mr the lUhUf .irtkHUr game any
.! Mrm r> wilboard !. between November IS and December This Clown

tart, lk. real pro aJ.">i IS, 1961. 4:30EM.
Ulu ftdraum .f *v..T NtN "We are privileged to share 45-$1-11 .
local. advfcw. h* rM frrrvtmit. our 69 announcement with the

Americas Football League ILUs 12 45 II
But whom you ark U Important
Certainly, not ....". new .season"said Thomson.
one you run across during a "'111II co-operative effort will 1
........ en tile water I* worth further stimulate the youth In* 1 Played bad golf. Goes to

Ulklnc to. much laa attempting terest which we both seek border I.a I. club house. Orders
to obtain Information '
front. In abort, seek out to increasingly nourish YI + \ Seagram's 7 Crown and

the Dont expert.waits Urn with aha our Network respective television fields. expend I r.a Z soda. Sips. Smiles. Says The '

Individual who awlnci hla Itures have also been increased Sure One makes everything

no rod real like help.e flyawattcr.Ntlthar Hell will lbs be with spot representation on 54 58 15 better. Especially drinks

bank ftahrman who wuallyrMBta ABC CBS, and NBC. .
Say Seagram' and be Sure.
what h* conaldera aa "'''Ir' commercials, of 30 } 45 II 32

tag Invasion terrItory o( bla personal Aih- and 60-seconds duration start ATLANTA James F.. Williams (left), vice president and manager, and hoses L. Martin, He's Up,Sometimes

Look for the man using arUttelala. .- the announcement barrage on editorial and graphics specialist, of the Advertising aDd Sales Promotloa Department He'. Down. He Adds,Subtracts,
cajitloc smoothly the new NBC-TV show, "The Coca-Cola USA, are shown Inspecting some point-of-sale and display material for the '.lie works It all around.

and with little effort. Often Outsider" oa September 13. ethnic market. Mr. Martin was honored recently when brochure for which he supplied the
this type of person not only Fifteen other network TV shows 'concept and copy won the first place award U American Advertising Federation national 28 71 SIDOMING 1

can but doeant give valid mind Information aharlnf tt, Include ABCs "Giants'',"Sun" competition. The brochure promoting the BUI Cosby Radio Show sponsored by Coca-Cola

with other day Movie", "Avengers, USA, was entered in the "direct mall piece" category d tile competition.mrjTMMMjrMMMrMrjrMjrMM ATTRACT1ottMAN'S
"
"Mod Squad "Wednesday
How b la 4- "
approached
*
UrmlnM his reiponalveneaa.Thoa Movie"" "Ugliest Girl" t 11 223 SI

who fall to ak "alm- "Operation Entertainment"
pI," queationa seldom fool the "Newlywed Game," and "The Parade Wl llfAIR DAYSNUMIfRED

Jab-only themaalvo. Joey Bishop Show." \ Sports 11 AUTORADIATORS j! C nmDuulWf.Co.NrCBlndWhuUr.M rreot.M%Grain Nndral Spun



0-. _*, *...ff *** F. F F nm
Football ww ------------- \VK TAKE DEALS *
Wildcats 'Man's Days are Numbered." OTHERS: RKFTM:

STIFF TEST challengers for Mohammed' c..d was, aloes LN Health and fortune Can Be No Waiting:-Credit Approved on Spo I (r'

.. ROSTER All's title, after knocking out $119S Yours When You Know Your
COLLEGE ... 66 CADILLAC 4-DR. HARDTOP.
BETHUNE-COOKMJLM fat dal $3595
BATON ROUGE La. ((NPI)> Henry Clark the California ._
-4. M Lucky Days. MQ-D "TH ALL TNI OIH"
...
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Sr., Mo.. 10 deeds Wright rterback, 6' 185pomd *The Southern University Jaguars fhamptnti, in a scheduled 10- tARLINGTON::*(. ..< "rilesS Q CAD.:FLEETWOOD 60 SPECIAL. ......$2995
have drawn round bout Listen Is U.
Cuartertact I'Z" some tough now
Jackson, Am COMOITWMIO ion or
u&p: Ir., N0. 11, Jimmy opponents for Us Wl basketball Lucky Colors, etc. X\\T.\ r f.L'1o grQIIACQ/iaL ,
W&to. 110 : Z1 Rooa14 GorenJr Send S,00 for your 6S CH V'/'IMPALA S ORT CPE. .. .' $2995
ABORIGINE ,
weigltbg160rPOuds FIRST CHAMP
S'10' from Ports season. lac-r"appooemts l AIR CONDITION' /KnOIr WAR
'BaJfback. ; halfiSck, 6'lt'. lOpouods from Include Tennessee State university RADIATOR Horoscope Guide for 6S 1'BA L'f$0 i\ ... .. .. ........ .. .. .. .34395
.. .No. U, gaims h,TaJIor, whom Southern will host MELBOURNE Australia till MAaCMICX I1MIT1 1 LAD WITH leUIPMIMT. PACT WAS.6e .
halfback
Alfred llaywood, I
II
PocIIUO Beach: Soph No, lacboari1lt Jr.. Mo Z4; lathe season's curtain.raiser, (NP1> The current toast of AUGUST oNTI LAND PRIX .;.. ...... ....13795MU
from ;;
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110 ponds .
I'U" weighing AIR CONOITIONIO. 'ACTORV .TY. JUST
Kov. SO Flak Prafrle Australia 1 Lionel 20 ml m
University Rose
ilalfhactb'i",190Pomdshlrt4P aDo Beach; ; MAIN STREET Fill in the blank below and
SylvesterDnie, llalbeek 5'11',105 pound View College and Jackson who rose from obcerlyampo- mail to ZODIAC. Post Office ea ON IXC BONNEVILLE .... .. ........$3795MA
Jra Jfo. 40. Samuel Anderson after' RADIATOR R OTO*', {acv. WIWOOW, AIR CONDITION FACTORY WAR.
to fortune
State College. verty fame and
? Ain Wyatt lIaUbI S-IO-V Box 1171, Jacksonville Fn. AN
Peappo Beech: Ito 41. MAIN AT M 7M-H1I
.. jZeisoBTllle ST.. No. U, WU11. nnahrsftkS'll" becoming the tlrsta1lorlp1DetowID 67 CHEVROLET!; BEL AIR .$2195rt.OKT.if.ATIC.

DdI ;from LeeabGrC; Sr., Mo. 44, LUCKY a world boxing: t1Iamp- 'tt1i& : ,NAME ... ... I AIR CONOITtOMID. RADIO 4 HI ATIR. posse
frMhfr Be defeated MCONTPTOED J. ams.dSa IM 67 PONTIAC CATALINA ..t2885f1
SrUoaT HaMbaesTTlO", IU pounds, Miami: *. STREET -- i -. ._
Mof 4?, James DrtheL Lowe, IIaUbI ck, "U"I15 pounds from Phenli BEAUFORT, 8. C/-NPI / .ON PA&E (4 i DATE OF BIRTH hMcrltkLSlsifi AIR? CONDITION.;ILeC. _

Phillips IIaUbI "U", Heavyweight Joe Frailer of. t.Pr01Bt6t I''tfBNJ Tm.\WUma'f : X\\t"J:
city Ala.; Ir., No. 46. Stu1eJ ? VINYL
ao ; Jr., Mo. 10, Anthony Cristf. 'Philadelphia,, who is recognised CT > EcrR ... .. .. .... ... ....
aTvilmpounds from Pompano .dISr., Mo. alWIWot ,tea several states u boxingchampion MORE FUN! MORE ACTION BIGGER PAYOFFS'f AIK COMOITIONIO. COLOR BOLD ass Of OUR MOST IBAUTt.

n3ia1n Fillhack; 8'U. &10 pounds from BeUe was described: u. 65 PONTIAC LE MANS .. ....$1395ooo
Center 6' 150 "lucky" after be escaped serious l yjof, evcuT MAT VS. AUTOMATIC a *.. MSATIR
Ile such
Qadr grMo/BL Chula ,
; Sr. lip. II, Walter I'JuIerI'U" ; injury when the motorcycle 66 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE .. ... .... .. ..$2195

UI arias posods, WucJm1a; Sr. !Co. 11, Albert Wright Guard, with u ha authomobfle was driving collided week. DlqnC 66 mffi'StiWMH INfIRaeTI.I.WORK 3te

1'10",. UO pouodt. Miami; 'r.. Mo. 68, lame Berry, Guard, The doctor who treated Frailer IH...viAUTOMATIC, Pause ITf IRIMO.MR CONDITION.,

lJeIpt "U ws1 lag 141 pounds De1ray Beach; .... 1Co.a. aid he escaped with only a ea OLfiSM BILE t8 .$2695G5

Lamar Hardaway Card I'Z". &'0 ponds from AtktnbaJr sprained foot and braises due
uKTCA o NNEILtreaeaos0'$1995:
McMUlon Guard r, 220. Pompno Beach;
$4 William ,
Mo. '
,
Winter to the heavy boots.and a helmet in AIR-CONDITIONED lelll/M/MT, AIR col
Ir.. Mo. 65. Johnny Mile. Cuard, 6.1". US ponds he was wearing. Be was 66 BWci??( sAArTR".. .. .,. ....tunWe
Pak Jr.. Mo., n. Winston Mack Guard, vl", ZlOpoanus, ..
; riding double with his I.-,.. P GIR DlpRixa.1995 I
l'a".15O.Beach 65 OIG ]
Willie lIroon Tattle COMFORT
Ir. 110. 10,
Marietta Ga.
Boystom, ;; Sr.., XB. 71. Wima Plans. Tackle Vl", old oftheaceedent.brother-in-law at the time r POST.1'15: AIR 8V hi&r MLT 1 i BIt J.'R Mi l

-.0 ppuo0g, )Was; Ir.. Mo. 75. Maatty Moore.Tackle, I'S"- IIAINorafAl MONDAY THRO SATURDAY Take Deals Where Others Refuse

264 P-*lJoia vin *;Soph. Mo. 76,Johnny On. Tattle' COMEBACK Credit Approved On Spot! '
4'J"V 305 pounds from-Miami; Jr., Mo. 71, James Brooks,' DAILY DOUIU.I.AST z' RACES QMMBAStvnr .
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Tackle.. M", MS.Meads from Bomestea- EVANS
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10, .Lltjak Richardson, lad, I'*" 100. Moaltrie. C4. Sr., Sonny Listen marked a highpoint I' OU WE0.
Mou M Kraut Swift, lad, tt", 20% Apopka; 1r.,1I0. IS, in his fonif fyflmr1tTW IUrI.EPT..1U M T

B tr* Wise. End, I' 190 pounds from Miami;; Jr., Mo. 17, Jut'net when he wasretsrne4 '

JbuaV. Ford ,. Lad, "' 199 pound from Ft Luderdale; Jr., to the "Top Ten" ra1lDc': by 3rd & MAINEL
.
Ho. U.. Alvin Devi, lead L f 1 '. '10 pounds j St Petersburg; Ring mapilne for tbe first time KENNEL CLUB ,
Jr. Mo. 9. Wflber Barrlson Ead, 1'1", 210 pounds from la almost three years.Be placed 44381 OPEN 'TIL 9:30 P.M. EL 44392SATlIIAY. !
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PAGE 14 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY HUMS 31. 1lcp|

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;;; CRILI.,CARE Rewarded In LHhographyTALLAHASSEE Rev. Hester

VETERANS1Mov Grind Part. Win keep child In CONTINUED FROII PAGE 11
-: home 3538367.
'j fora llttl askSsIO my n that democracy., become .

DOWN a living reality: ; to promote
, FOR RENT along with other thought
ful citizens, legislation endedthat
I 309 Lafayette. S rm. Duplex>
win redound to the benefit
1 $58.00 Phone mo. 359.3301'DISTRIBUTOR of the American way of life;
r rti to support duly constituted
authority for the ellmlnatlraof

WANTED! ant 1-soclal condition

t., .For Afro-Am Natural Hair ,., wherever found to exist and to
b 34 bedroom plans with.1, 1 'h, Sheen. Write Afro-Am, p.o morally support and encoan.ct'n.rt
:= 2 both.and gareg. Box 96, Edison Center, Miami, social agency that Gas for
;: Modem ichoolt, church and a com Florida. its purpose the maintenance of
ti Y the highest Ideals of the people
:
LIN'COshop Ln NlnESTATES Thai nation.
FOR SALE high number of Prince
:: 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 Rail Shriners that converged on
:. 311 & 313 W. 6th St, Four Milwaukee caused u "Instant"

.-.. apartment building excellent: housing problem,andaccordmg
condition. Furniture IncludedIn to Charles A,Drip,New Yolk
sales price, $14,500. Terms City, the deputy Imperlalpotea-
available. tate, hundreds of visiting
OPPORTUNITIESLOCKHEEDGEORGIA FOLAND t HIGBZE Shriners and their families:
Realtors \ were forced to ,seek lodging la
.
: .. 354-M3S 317 W. Forsyte nearby Racine and Kenosha, A
: ,
:: .. a t .. f Shrlner from Mlsslnlppytacetlwith .
RAPID s a commuting problem first
thought to return to his borne,
TV SERVICETV but agreed to stay when''trI ll-
I portation was promised."
Booker T. Washington,
Service calls $3.00.
I Financing Available BetrotL Idea., a past Imperial
Tue:353.8834 potentate and now Imperial recorder
stated that there are
STRUCTURES ASSEMBLERS more than 15,000 active: Prince
G -A Flortda A1U University Instructor has been contract which September 1 and ends August
the begins
ROW ON SALE Ran Shrlner acorss the nation.
elrOerltllet '
MinMwmwe oim'olt drvcare 09"11
.r rah : research contract In the field of screenless lithography
awarded a with Archie V. Hamon
of 1969. Floersch Is shown above ,
des rob!.. Including ability to nod Wwerinti' and to drill The A.E.A.O.N.MJB. was
;: ... by the A.B. Dick Company. George Floersch Instructor of Instructor GraphlcArts Technology, and Btu Armstrong,
I" and toll. clops:erenc.bolts end ia t -" Dr. Pictures Now OnSale founded la Chicago, HL,on June
King's lithography technology In the Department of Printing Technology
'
president and local owner of the A.B. Dick Company.
Limited stock of 8X1 Os now and Management of the FAlfUSchooI of Technology,was awarded FAint Photo 1. 1893.
on hand. $1.98 with frame Since: the lastlmpertalSessloasome
PREMIER MEAT STORE MARY JAKE'S Sports ParadeCONTINUED in members the Order
Jicksoiville
ASSEMBLY INSTALLERS.Minttmnn University have died. A Memorial Service
EDCEWOOD AYE. IASSINET RIRSERY FROM PAGE 13 Imperial .
with the
was held Sunday
two yon aircraft a r* tnt;> to afacninana1 \latattnfl -
I hydraulic aWetncel end "DIOIeeI l vans an aircraft. The Bassinet Nursery Is DOW Plus Gill Fill Op0i.ii Feb. n, to win the bantamweight Court, Daughter of IsU,
I Mini ..'. ability to nod Dlu.pc" ,,iVttchtt and tochnkalerdtr MOTEL open Moo, through Fri. Excel title. Upon returning at the Metropolitan Baptist
: *.rVtfar' hae+y hydraulic..pt_.. 12 rooms, private bath $5 00 lent care for babies ages 1 mo. Jacksonville: University will roll out the red carpet Tuesday, Dome Rot was treated to a Church, the Ret. E.M. Kelly,
18 rooms, semi-private $4.00 to 2 1/2 yeas 3542243 or September 3, for parents students who will be enrolled the motorcade to Town Hall, givena Sr.'Minister. The Honorable
'Day time (semi-private) $3.00 .356-5529. University this till, and a fall day of activities Is planned from civic reception by the prime Cornell A. Davis, Chicago, a
; r Weekly Rate (plus tax) 8:30 a.m. to 6 pm.Awros1ma1l1j minister, and also made aaIf. representative to the tninoi
FINAL ASSEMBLERS Alltl one-third of sign will be displayed at the B. E. (Member of the British State Legislature was the
Tnroa aircraft axptrfenc* In shad m*o! tobrtcatian, '
Imtoltotten ywart and rtpafe of camplftd aircraft.Ta aartorm air' EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT A kindergarten assistant with the 300 parents who are ex* mala gate and la the Wolfson EmpIr'brBrIblD.QIIttDEUIabetb. speaker
craft'fnadificaria and ar avarhavl) and repair. Must hew" own transportation. Phone 354 pected to attend JUs second: Student Center on campus., --*,******
ability to Ned camplaft blv..kstchw. and technical INTEGRATED 9281. annual Parents Open House will Open bout schedules,campus
1 ardtn., '1 S911 U.B.lCor.EdgewoodAve.Phone be accompanying entering andclty maps, literature about
: 764-0003-Always Open FOR RENT freshman sad transfer students Jacksonville University and Information r
from oud.af-town. The univer oa local tourist Ce(4.
Furnished or unfurnished sity's eight dormitories win attraction will be distributed
MILLING MACHINE OPERATORS 2 III. ALL BRICK apartment for rent Excellent be opened for occupancy at 9 Information tablet set up lathe
condition and location. a.m., and all new resident of Swisher Auditor 38M8748
Twa' training" bactpavna1 era* $50.00 lobby YOUR OWN HOM
""" ,phhaeen'hiws ,.0"rteefIt iine n ..0 TOWN HOUSES and $60.00 mo.Phone students must be checked ium. The tables will be manned ...
Y chin..psrera elf -'col end hminMol alitnq nlecMnN 387-1201 by 6 p.m. that day. by local JU students who are
I'' Abidrjr toUrancw.to mail own....and ward fram. con. 'yl.i pre s to Range & r"cr.4 r Aa all-out effort Isbelngmade familiar with the campus and t': ILL NICKIr
don. to welcome both local: and the community.
IECIS'PIPEt
I Refrigerator iii ST. CI. out-of-town parents and to assist Coffee, coke and doughnuts 3IEMHM
Aa Equal Opportunity Employer those whose students will will be served la the lobby of
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR be entering JU for the Brit Swisher Auditorium from 9 to A* low ass
ILICNTUNEMECMNICS SILT SIN MIR! ROLL HANDLERS time. A welcoming committee 10:30 a.m. A complimentary $
Jaumayma*.lv.l knawWdo*.Aaafecatlan al W thaary" ar>4tfact Experience necessary.High of JU students will operate a buffet. luncheon will be servedat G Y
ca to flight tail c*<*ckawt and finat!highs' Mr.clr<..Fauryaen IN "SWEAT" PUR School graduate 12.94 per hr. shuttle between Imeson Airport It noon la the mala dining ippit' 66
Mitary ar carMnarctal aiUMntnca mwhi
(
preferably >
...giIIt aircraft)wMMn part M.tn yaart rqwird. Shift .0 r t. Excellent fringe and the university. room of the Wolfsoa Student S bM
Fiji benefits, apply st. Regis PaperCo. Parents and students arriving Center. el/ Owt SALES OFFICE at
1 I ? between ....-4P.M.Monday by air will be greeted by a TIIu aJ.* open bouse will be ,Just DIVISION 20th OT. EXP.
VUCAN INC. ton Friday.. Intersection' large banner tote airport lobby concluded with I reception from RA PARK
r Hecksher Dr. t Eastport Road. which reads, "JU Welcome 4 to 6 p.m. ,
,TOOL PLANNERS |7N3 KEH RRICRT II76S Phone "653511. Parents-Stidents". Similar ******** M r

Minimum twa revs srowh.c.ld ditlep : /tale look' Product Dtwgn, 'aoficatianiIng 3119VEiERANSIi fOR liEN AID HOME
oed dIoroctl..lttia.f snowrlels wad 1ft Oll'Cl'Oft nenuloe ur. EARNING and LEARNING-
.Ablity. to diagnata and.timlnat tooling ddos.RELOCATION OF All AGES

t Take New IMPROVED NATURE

TABLETS for that tired ma .oys & Girls Can Mak Money
.
-. down feeling that keeps,oatrom.nJor1Dr
NO MONEY DOWN life.
: 100 Tablets 13.00; 200Tnblets Hundreds Of Florida Stir NewsboysAre
ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR '
5.00. $1.00 deposit oa COD'S
:: QUALIFIED APPLICANTS FOR A 3 OR I EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES

':. write to latkKaad4...... Imalaymant' Office, 1J4JJCInflitan Dept. FS, 5937 W Broadway EARNING From $1. to $10.00 WeeklyAnd .
Court. I. |_ Marietta. Oaarala 3000, D.al. BEDROOM Chicago Illinois 60626 : !"
: I MockK.oa'ltano-u.l.-aortunlryomptoyor.( ) LEARNING to do business '
; I All BRICK NOME


r=.r: I ..' ,( ,, I ON URGE lOT IK Hiircits.4S* YOUNGSTERS! If you are smart and e

:!: THE EMPLOYMENT OFFICI IS NOW LOCATED.ttllt I." BEAUTIFUL Processes..4230BARBER want to earn your own money this is the
'i ..rtt iotI .. Kghway MO and 1-7S Nosh TravaKng' North
:: ar,Sow*an Intantott 7i.toke tilt LOCk ftD.DOBMN\AFI CARVER PIKES!
.; axe tram the *ra.oey and ga ana-tourfh mila. to roach the JadSlnln. way to do it.PARENTS.
I ; : tmalaymant eppltconH.ARLJFT. CXfk Ampla. parking focilcti ... abla for FflCIDAQE APPUANCls'.

S;: MI.ODIN ( COILEGE.IHC. Your child nay not I need

I :: 831 lath St. 355.JIM %

CENTER OF THE WORLDUQCKHEEPGEORGIA ON FHA hart lirkirlu money, but the training gained as a newsboywill

HRMS.VULCAN .
i A NEW CLASS STARTS help bin to be successful in later' life.

I A Division Lockheed Aircraft Corporation INC. EACH MONDAY

ti 'I TEl. 768-3479 KITE CLASSES START Many of the most successful men were

1 SEPT. 68

CHRISTOPHER'S PIER Ell III NIW. NewsboysStart


NEW RERUN A Route Anywhere Yon Lhe In Florida '"

Tki Rm II Til Flint, frisk Sn FillLibor TEETHINGPAIN

Diy Oitiig ?

.Million of molten.
LIVE ERTERTAIRNERT FEITIRIRSFAIILIIS rely
..
It on tabs OU-JU liquid '
.. Put OI-PIII' font. ,, 11 Pit YII li Bisiim 1" ,
recommended b
l fray to FILL OUT THIS COUPON '
TODAV (
=I rillit.use. Brings Caries prolonged Good -

Housekeeping, warranty '
if .. ...1.Ak pharmacist/ tOl 1Jff ,.

BABY .* .
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i iM orajelIRVIRfi FLORIDA STAR-2323 Uoocrlef Road, Jacksonville,Florida "'- ." r r Sj

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FIRST NAME LAST. NAME :', ..'
COMPANY .1]".
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LITTLE VIP TIE STm11NL1 EllS HONE INPROVEMERT "

Hurry I Hurryl Hurryl I ADDRESS, STREET A NUMBER PHONE NO. <:1ir.. '

Tkl SEIJATIMS TY I Sll Tki SAHTATIMSlikn $15.00 and $295.00 Home ; : a
Owner Stle. 742 Etstbrook n '
Tki Twin IE I II Are., 2071 I/I Uehaxry St., Send my child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on
Liilric lid, Pirllis 427 Goodwin St., 802 CarolineSt. credit to start Urn in business. I will pay the .
MIS Are 1157 FLORIDA STAR 15? for each copy be sells.' Those .
DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF THE Jay C Jiy Bud Evergreen 1
East 23rd Are. 1203 W. 5tt that are not sold I will r etur B and will not be
St., 1319 Cuter St., 1703 E. required! to pay tor unsold copies. ._ "
JOHN STANDBERRY Jr. Director
30th St., IBM Uacy St' 1963

CINE EARLY FREE TABLES, Sill TINE 1:11: ,..1.r Macy BUSINESS street LOCATIONS JtO ..r,.; 1 i

CIIISTIPIER PIER NEW RERLIRis Davis Street Callable for SIGNATURE OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN .-.,
Beer & Wine), J2nil ft WUcoo "
a 'Street, 1333 West 23rd Street.
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