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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 31, 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:
UF00028362:00780

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 31, 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:
UF00028362:00780

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Court's rulings, on parties during this.campaign. However, to said, "We will IA tto control of education. This
complete and expeditious Integration. "Tou and I bare bees trlcbd not turn to Violence," "tto N,C, was reportedly At a )Joint news conference, began, with City Manager Andrews was adopted by lbs convwtion.
by tilt Itepubllcans and robbedby organlcatloa will no longer hot to death OB September J, City Manager Lynn Andrews. leaving ton for aneatioa He suggested tto setting up of
Freedom-of-choiee programs tto Democrats," be' told maintain lbs role of Dab vU. woes, according to witnesses, credited Negro toeoataatDavid at one time.' Numerous Blank: liberation schools la
an completely oat ol the pie. thousands last week la Grant ter. he attempted to register u a Welch, with getting tto meetings were held, and every black community.

tart, lbs eoart reminded tie Park la Chicago, win to "..... you get la trouble 1 1I guest at tilt Travel Lodge Motel, negotiations over tilt bump paradesdrred part of tto efforts. Tto only hitch came win It
board. Tto court said that,after Woks from lbs top of a garbagt aymorv" dont send for me; I became embroiled la u arga- Negotiators from tilt sanitation'.' employees to set was suggested that tto government :
several year, Jacksonville d caL because I west walk with you meat with lbs manager workers' themselves were pre things la order Violence wuka be asked to supply ships\

tto wean around, have had to The leader said, "I am Terr BO more," be eoacl .d. At Nicholas Mints, 41,. and was .also.According became a later part of the difficulties for tto use of which would
sly more oo "...omIJtI than pleased to address the first that time to forecast: t tto possibility DRAYTONDraytoB's shot. to plans completed, was laid to tensions enable black travelers to become
OB p rformaact.MTot Democratic ConnnttoB e er of a Negro boycott oacandidates. Later Mints was held la connection each of the M workers can developing from lbs strike.Swrtfc howltdcubl.citbtworl4.

Frttdom-ot-cboke plan told la a park I want everyone Be was DOt enthusiastic bullet-rlddoa body, with the shooting, plat to return to work. Twelve '1\1I.... tabled Inasmuch .
put only in Negro students to taw and I want to see you about Nixon, ud..less was dumped evidently from a without any charges being made. were to go back Saturday. SU Cmlh.i u a majority opposition
all-white schools gangland style, behind The Marine died from a .U to start Labor Day.Others ..
Into formerly because you are the Democratic .rrf*static about Humphrey. car, were stood against asking ta
said the court This equals CoavsattoB," He said tb&trea.l1J Duval Medical Center oa West caliber wound la tilt chin. will take vacancies u they Sch..h his government for uaII JIc..
Street west of JefIwsos According to news reports, materlallce. Andrews declined
.OO4$ per cat ol the Mcro nothing happening Itth Just This separate, tree Independent
was
President' PreclikuEdicitloB Street Mints shot Cote after tto North to say bow long. Current employees *
students attending predoml. la Amphitheater where tto StriMts Mtion, ttttyi*ed, "by
Molly Negro schools. No white candidates were ottering their Police curreatlycoaductlng Carolinian cursed and threatened win not be the... laycottDENMARK force", U necessary, would tola

students attended Negro philosophies' tad trylag to Week a search for friends of that tilt "NAACP" would. An agreement was reached S.C. Three five states. This was announced I;
BChOOlS.ReeoncideratioB. garner Totes. President tilt victim but up to press time get him some day, for refusing oo earnings. Collectors will schools, formerly whitetwo by .A.ttone11WtGe R. 1
of the Free- AUSTIN, Tax. Wednesday were amble to pry a room. start at $199 per hour and Pontiae Mich., first
ICLC'4 said, "we are has la S.C., tilt other la ,
dom-of-cholee ,I... and its going to sock It to '...,baby. Lyrics B.November Johnson 10 through proclaimed say IntorsuttoB from tilt tightlipped Officers stated that another. receive $%.00 per hour biter Denmark.C" wire vacant vices president of the Republic
f th second young November It u EdueatloaWeek. Is gone to tto motel to pta drivers will begin at U7 and
there
was suggested by and seemed to to burning draft speculation students boycotted them and this yar.
highest court la tot land. In cards, tto leader said "Theyare Tie chief executive DOW that flat the lilting had.some COBnectlon room with a man Identified move to tt.12, after one month. refused to Integrate. Negro reporters., .permitted .
ttoton.
decisions than u Cols. McRoberts rang A hike of eight
tat light o* : by with cost-of-Uving to attend one workshop
CartThe Just having ft ceremony 1961 marked the 10th anniversary teieanbtmtladogeAnother Mints answered. Mints cents boar for collectors According to Superintendent
United States Supreme ud aa Hare dismissed
: and
briefings.
there. Be said the violence national defense Hugh J. Floyd, "there was alack
of tto Is said! to have told Cote there
will
Highest Tribunal factor that gives tilt and nine cento for others, from BowudiabdtmatNegroudo i '
la Prague and Chechoslovakiais federal of Interest" la attendingwith .
education act tto first
that "If there was only one vacancy. The are be added after October 1 according ,
Washington ruled like a Sunday School class education law. killing a tou thatd gangsterismIs Negroes He said, however not Intend to continue being
ensued.According
art rMsontbly available otter tilt tact Drayton was nment to tto official. *.1IMd, brutalised andostracised.
that teachers were expected
,
ways, such for Illustrating u scheduled to come up for trial to McRotorts, All of tilt men are Negroes. .'
for work
to
toning, proaistag.peedler and $2,000,000; IB DBBWIM Wbes oa a dope charge within a few.weeks. Mints Invited Cols into the They will return to work la Tuesday and report efforts would to Robert F. Williams, self-
more effective eonverilons tot Thus, there is specula- oC ct. Within a few minutes the order which they signed made to operate on "'018' exiled to Bed China la 1M6,
non-racial school that he rubbed out to a shot was beard. for job.Tbeu .
unitary, Slag was was listed u president of tto
Parents would also be
1 .system-freedom of choice lists Er0wr Wstkese'List keep him from telling too moch.tt Cole fell to tilt pavement,dead. it were among all who basis.advised to made. proposed government. The government
u
oust to Mid unacceptable." is believed that several According to the officer In walked away from Jobs oo May progress and sought him oa kidnap
This is one of the first
Only last fall, complaining week's turmoils, resulting la some deaths and la many persons were Invoked in taking charge of Investigation, 7. Pay rates were lower. earliest of flareups the desegregatloa -, charges. He Is founder of the
parents with Attorney Earl M. Injuries, reached from lbs South to Wisconsin. Tempers wars Drayton to the back of Duval Mints claimed that tilt slain The St. Petersburg strike received ., of formerly Revolutionary Actloa Moue.mod t

Johnson u attorney, secured high and whites and blacks alike were vindictive to the utmost. Medical Center la a car from Marine had cursed at him. At national publicity Bev. separated schools. However, Peking-oriented. ;
ft stay of action la the adding which to was dumped and run press time Mints had offered Ralph David Abernatby of tto Tto states mentioned are
on of an annex to Matthew W. An of this came at about the preached. The firing followed.'over according to a scarce.Os no more information.Cole SCLC, BST.'AJD. King, staterepeenntatlvabstpeumen. according to tto Department of frujl.ltn Gene I
UacatIcIa UlMlMfy[ ,
same time FBI Director J.' lisa .Backer, white, of Lexington Wed..daJ wuscbdaldlorrelauefrom Realm, and Welfare,
GOUrt School'contending that Hoover warned of high was killed. The Negroes. no arrange, two white and two Negro schools gas, Alabama and South Carolina. t
sach a buUdiac would simply Edgar ments had been made for buriaL tilt Marines December, NAACP executives,all took part .
disturbances oa college sad left tto scene, ape white fol after having spent two years la the district were paired fort
perpetuate segregation tt was, The victim of tilt stabbing, in bt1&borlDr f the a4.mIDI.atrat1c Meetlags were held with
: at that liras Judge McRae suggested university most devastatlagcudbreatr 32, was slala. Three others after at Beaufort, S.C.,at the Marine children for the first time attending
{ that the Dual Board Saturday, treatment. Church of tilt Advocate la NorthPhiladelphia.
make haste to check tts 11I'0IJ'&IU. perhaps,was a racist were, wounded. Kentucky State having lIMa stabbed tto chest, Air Station. Garbage accumulated within formerly all-Negro Moro than SO
meet at Bern, Ky., locals for police were called to tto scene. IChoolI.
klcRM la Pasco's Tavern, according its problems.
Judge stopped city, causing: la
z muscular young men stood .
Last week when time Cameron
r (it building plans. He also tamer Berea State College at A Negro's home was burned to Detective Sergeants W.C. .NgrIs First However, later the unions came turns, around tilt walls of tilt ,
suggested recourse* to the tto turn of the century a mixed to tto ground, allegedly, through Barber and B.T.Matthews.Lula Into the ilfriitlf" Negotiations school opened, there wetsneither auditorium.; They were the
Florida Center for school ft was there that Connie .arson. Mae Kelly U, 741 1/t students nor teachers. .
Desegregation Black Panthers.Lerol .
at Miami for a surrey Lynch, apparently fun of hate' A,four-hour explosion of violence -' West Tom Street,was arrested Of Urn Tt Get GeorgiM Heidi End Students enrolled.either Isprints Jones, playwright,
and intent results, la Newport News boiled schools orwenttonear-
on getting
of lbs sltuatloB here. Tat shortly after tilt t.&taIlDcldeat
Arthur Rill Negro Inspector
Florida Center has made the told sons 900 of his. followers. down to quietness but left one tor Sergeant C.J. Scrlven at lIItcterJ"IT by public schools because of tto ,
of New York's police force,
survey and has suggested extensive to "put the white man back man dead and property damaged,Florjaa Aveaue and PbelpsStreet For United Cofcps lack of teachers within their Andrew G. Freeman, JIIIJ1adt1JIbSa'
and elaborate te,VBlqaes OB top." totaling 000000. Fourteen She was bleeding froma PETERSBURG-Tto PI- Several
cirloidtd closed oft. A TL&JfTA.Ja.mq E.Bollard days all 15 5 Urbta League Director,
DIm As a result who sojuare blocks were seek wound and receivedemergency Bellas County Health Department ago
tat .
for
bringing Into tow. Negroes, apparently equally Damage was laid to rOY1llbaDdl.ci .. treatment. MleaKelly has Just hired a Negro has been named director of tilt teachers and the principal: .*. were among outstanding personalities
County area
Thor Circuit Court Appeals* u Interested la backs drove Negroes who broke windows, at that time was charged sanitarian, said to be the United Negro College Fund for signed rather than work with present.
blasted the up ft Shootout resulted. One of hmimiii establishments ud with murder la connection with deparbuat'.11r1t. Region 5, which encompasses Negro teachers.
seeming tendency
at.the Duel County School ,Negro was killed. One white :threw gasollae bombs: into.tto slaying. Al Thornton has Joined tto Georgia, Alabama, "Florida, Another battle loomed la BUNG YOU NEWS:
Board, with Ish Bent at the was slala. Lynch, leader of till: The two became Involved laaa 31 other '''mrOllJD8Ala1I1eaWa jtouliiana, Tennessee, North Columbia, where HEW officials. ,
After two of turbulencejuftt. la the Carolina and South Carolina. are trying to implement integration
bead to resort to the court, IsdN nhHoMj ytitin PigMf Party, nights argument tavern inspectors" la checking county
face, of what the Appeals preaching his. gospel of destruction .Paul,tilt day before labor according to tto officers. As food, outlets for cleanliness. Bullard has been director of laldlootl.Am.Labor MME
Court terns disobedience ofths and racism from aa Day:. was qalet. Fifty-two lilt argument progressed boll Dr. John T. Obenschain, director the fund campaign la Georgia.He Day hearing was scheduled by
CwtflMM1.. The AtpttTt abandoned car la a used ear (persons were Injured, Upollfenya tto maa and lbs woman pulled of the department, said has been succeeded la that Judge Clement Hayosworth of ,FlOIIDiSTAI
Court outlines DuraTs actions lot,was arrested with U others : were Injured. A gna knaves sad slashed at each his org ,ntaatlcm had been look( position by Arthur Marshall, tilt Fourth Circuit Court of
posalttilt, reliance OB the and told without Iwo d.According waving youth Is said to ban'otter,. following tilt stabbing, "for any qualified man. who formerly was with the At- Appeals to allow HEW attorneys
courthoust u whea, oa ths other to Intonnatlon, tto lIMa the cause of tto confusion. Miss Kefly according to,Information ma Job 01 sanitarian require'a IaIU Board of yVfrriMfii Bul to argue for a ruling of Judge 2323 M8NCIIE II.

hand, the Importance lies laths white mentlni was Bearing aasad. Be was waving tto gun around fled the scene and college degree, with at least lard willa DtII to direct Robert Hemphlll's order
l"r"1 ">t of scboolhoust. A group>> of Negroes ap- la a men's,.wuhrooa. was later arrested. ft minor biology or chemistry.. tilt mpl against ths plan


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Approximately two babies out at mry' 100 art ban deaf or =can*

susceptible to deafness before tilt age of two. But tto sad part YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE
of this situation U that If preventive measures were effective, to
this statistical figure could be'reduced by more than out ball.
Tto profession o( audlology bM discovered a way of discovering --1.l
deafness early. Armed with a "megaphone gun". They
enter hospital aurserles for signs of deafness la newborn I : GUIDE ..
bebiea Just three any old. ': : : loans
ODC with tilt puretone audiometer U wu believed that a child 1 .
coned not bt tested accurately for deafness until to was six :
years old. Dot thUactloa falacloutt* tto Inventionof Ry PAltOThe ASTROLOGER ; boards
a device that caa: locate dam ss UbablM Just day* oil This ;
feat U UMU U marvelous, since early detection of deafness .,#- 0*
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physiological atttraUoa of the brala tissue which U believed to i WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS owned

.occur la deaf children.Aa : I *-
BOOB u a child U pronounced 61 or bud of bearing,to local
needs to get a tearing aid soon enough "so tt becomes a part of for
him u his diaper. Tte lilt of tearing aid can often make ttpossUbe FOR
for tie deaf child to kiss u dots DIe normally bearing : ,, and
child. The sooner tto child gets ttM toartaf aid, and CM sooner'a : .
program of auditory training program Is started, the better. U, BUSINESS-LOVE TRAVEL : of
will be for UM young child. new
Mart states, through DIe beginning.t of I for education, hive : c la
overlooked till need tor DIe d.l child to start early to Uara U, III/IIIgII IJI xlf ItIIII / .
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big bearing normal I1KCI2IST RUN JUNE InIISUT.

.AUII 1STH 22NO JOLT 22M. '23RO OCT; 23RD :

Whit Price PMCI !I. Tk OHM? Labor meant Just that. While ITS enlightening"- tt appears .You kae w tt? The more sensitised : .
Labor Day for most people to many Cancerians that U lain Llbraas must have felt Or-
signified of vacations. their pattern to have to make a ,la their bones for quite sometime action
We ban )Jut bad two national political convent-cos of Kad
and other summer pur chalet of one course or another past that a major event to
MIami beach and the otter In In Miami Beach a
Chicago
group
was bound to take place In their
sits It could have meant tto. DOt once, but at every' major s from
but upon rioting Instigated clashed vita tilt forces of law.
lives and personal environment.
beginning of a period of eon milestone. This maybe nature's
With pre-coovention Information Mayor Daley of Chicagotried
centrated endeavor for many way of building up characteramong The signals that tilt day to 1100
to street Disturbances Chicago at tilt Democratic
prevent
approaching bat If tt baa DOt
Arlans. The day Itself may DOt the many who are mostly WO
Convention. To achieve this to bad to bode the U '
a
up city
yet arrived are becoming
have ban exactly a holiday for Inclined to take things U they 1100
fashion somewhat similar to the old medieval castles.
stronger and CIa no longer be
many who had to play a leading come. There Is little doubt that MO
Naturally tto Mayor cam la tot bis share of crttklsia.
role la events Oat bad been ambition Is BOW stirring bat tt dismissed U figments of tilt needed
based experiences of tbs what.. tto befuddled.Mayor .
upon past, ImactDa Those Vho art
scheduled to celebrate tt and may at the same time be Isconflict OG. a com
to do? Wbat other cbolcts did to haveT W ask his
domesticated married to persons who are
an that tt stood tor. AU tilt with more which
critics to teU ulWb1It
signs point to tilt urgency of tendencies. Individual circumstances more or less steeped la old, people
encounters with tilt ted to
some police police brutality having to shoulder crtaterrtlP".rtUltt..1O will reveal exactly what ways and traditions may have >> change
but was U DOt also trot that SOON of tilt demonstrators wen matter what will ensue when tile.momeli problems la bumu relation their
guilty of brutality and PfO'ocaUoa'If your station in lite may be. lit ships.B .
has a better for kttplnc the of Ito dec30arms.
aayoM plan peace Uc I ztUt
Tto socialising that .
maybe
you ) 55.15. 11.-I'll- reflect
elites la slhttttons Ukt that of the Dtmocratlc CoovtBtloB.I, they
called to do could also
lit hla come forth and tall tt to tilt lathes.lbs upon discon
take place where you are em
futility of forct wt know II act tto answtr. J&>yed. Ul JCIIPII and housing that

3.94, U .11. $ .11.n BOM liLt Mil ICT. The

Why De We Net tool TIN ....? IllS .22NB, m. mi 24TR Nor 2211 la:this

n.1 APRIL Follow- the curved It often Ira Justified. If your prefer
No otbtr man more tbu $rue Butoa, who dl d a ftw Booths 2111: TAT 20TREmotloas happens that circumstances to stay nearer to home and to 1JO,
aco. did more to can atteaUon tot Gr.a t Bock-ttoBoly dictate what a line of conduct tilt friends who are playing 9 parti
Biblt. This to did la his book Tto Boot Nobody Knows. are poor guides. \, should to, even when Otis Interferes such a significant role la your housing
Colonel Spencer Oapmiiy who, with bis associates, were Feelings can be trusted only with our fondest hopes lace It II U It should be.
concealed from the Japanese by Camillas during World War wtoa they are deep and la or previous plans. Adopt this Travel may be too trying on social
D, tod time on their bands, and it was snouted that they read rhythm win the pulsations ofnature. : policy right from tilt start, and tile nerves and physical resistance -; .
the Bible from cow to com. But rhea they are tilt there will be less chance of let alone taking one V ""-i
For tams reason the IUD Dt"r cot beyond the Book of Genesis. products of grl agitation produced d1Iappolnt..at.: SpOlllBgthemonth. away from duties that have.. tt
Nevertheless, they read thousands of gaga of the Qrford by Infatuation, unbridled U,seems necessary to. first call anyway. Should added- t
Dlc ODU'1. They wen fascinated by the dictionary, bat sot enthusiasm, or ...hysteria, many Leos to get down to work reasons be required, one could .
tto Bible I Wen watch out Many Taureans to recoup previous monetary bring up professional obligations .
These concealed men no doubt felt secure with lbs Bible near nay bow through past occurrences losses or to bolster the existing' and tilt social life 'that Prt of
by. But when It came to smog It, or dlscusslne tt, ttls was aa what can happen bank account There are may .may be entailed. by
entirely different matter, Perhaps this can: to said ofneaeverywhere under such clrcumstsncesandthis favorable elements tM may to. 1 40 44 14 29 30. a desire
these days. should eableteotomiintala helpful In carrying out such .la* & of their
Then why don't we read the Bible?Some people say tto tanfnen perfect self-disciplineprovocations. tentioos. Those of you who are :
Is too formal and stilted la the King James version. Some say IIIdtr UJ lAd aD CODd1t10111 or gifted should go U tar U possible sAcimjiusBORN ....
the format Is too orblddlnc.Tto with creative projects. NOV.
truth Is that even la the newer and simpler version cI the ,2. 40 U II U Ul 4 10 S9 U 71 JS9VII6D ttp .
Bible the percentage of those who read it 1s wy smaO. Perhaps 23RB.- DEC. 21ST purr
most people feel that modern science has exploded most of what cumJIUIIUY Don stop aow. Many Sagi- "? and
Is contained la the Bible. tubas may BOW be oa the )
BORN A06.
threshold of success. A few a voice
YES WE ALL TALK JUT ,JIIE"' 21ST 2310 SEPT. 22ND may have trepidations about of East
ft must be. True enough we. going further for fear of what! 7
are captains of own chip most Look elsewhere. B seems to' they may next run Into B would
By MARCUS B. BOULWARE of the time. A few of vs are be about time for a few Vir- be a pity to have gone ao far gives
IN BESTR06PECT la command only some of the coans especially those who still and thee to come to a dad halt. become
time. But we also have the are young enough!, to take a Many who want ponnrbtII tilt, to to.
While a teacher of English composition, I conceited this rare exceptions wtoa fate will chance; to change tilt personal dent possess U may be afraid tot aa
environment
column and togas writing. It was difficult to ct papers to run allow u to to so none of tilt for one where to use It when they eventually rea11tJ.
'It, for they wert DOt CODYIDe.cUhalUba4 Finally time. This could be the case health, wealth or fortune may get It Others who have dreamed ai re-
rn roman thus be more easily found.Naturally. of ordering others U'OCIDdcoal4 .
the Plttsburch Courier pve U a trial tr for with exceptional Geminlans : hrrreit
then are some risks Involved. feel seriously embarrassed
about 16 yinr4.Since seem to have a special mission
1941. there hate beea!, "releases of the column. Meanwhile to fulfill on earth. There seems And for the few who manage tolIICC.td when they are gives tilt responsibility -
tilt writer heard from some tOJKA readers for whom to to to little doubt that a way of there are others who dq of dolag so. la ,
answered questions and distributed some 12,000 pamphlets. Ute Is being terminated and a' DOt or who. at beat, arrive only short, tilt picture for Sagtttarlus -
half ray. In any event, tile is a brilliant one with thaexception ..
We nave discussed origin and pronunciation of words, nneral pew one about to begin If U
knowledge and lack
speech, speech and voice disorders, parliamentary law and baa aot done ao already. This experience that the of self- ,
gained are Invaluable.
'lben"'nJdoaa
discussion tod so forth, Is confirmed by Uranus about confidence, aa obsession, or
READERS to end Us long tenancy of your Is aa excuse for not some tehibiUoaor otter could,
For my free pamphlet "100 1JII1qQt Public Speaklnc Subjects" solar Lora aDd taking up Its making.one try at least to paralyse Individual action that. <<
faskioa a life '
after .
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send two stamps and a business envelope, self-addressed to caw location Just before. tile dreams may be required to trigger off from
M.H. Bonlware, Florida AIM University. Box 110-A.tallahas. month runs outS607717.et.509. or asplrttlcros. a \ major coup. Avoid gettlar

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Delta Sigma Theta women faced the future bead oaat hear

toot board aiding la St Louis. ;'Mb* recently whea they
L. talent, X76S Sonny Frank J. Bell, lOCI W.,12th '\ look: ,the ghetto and the city.
Acres Dr. N., 23 and Mer- St., 19 andAlease R, Thomas; Highlights of the week's counselors.
alee V. WiniamB 786S Mattox 1224W. ISthSt, 19. ( meeting Included: For the past six years the
.1", ZOo -- 1. Announcement of the first! "Teea-Llft" program Mrs

Nathaniel Campbell, 809 De. gnat given by the DJ. Office Freemaa explained, has beta
DaLaney K. Holly, M17 Mlnosa Witt St., 23 and Bernlta T. ,f, of Education: to a national pnbUc aimed at reaching small groups
Ct, ZO, and Adriu T. Parker, lOt DeWitt St, tl.: service orginlatloa of predomlnatly of teenagers with limited advantages.
Killer, 71$ Vtmu Mars Ct, Negro women to It has gives them aa
11. Clarence L. Bennett, 1735 W. 1 conduct a college search and opportunity to expand their onto
12th St., II and Corene Tam d! recruitment program. look for the future by visiting
Ruben Leonard, Jr., 1967 W. er, IS Lee st., II. 2. A change la the thrust of college campus, large

Hth St, ZZ and Vera MM. Ansley s the summer -Teea-LIfr,. Industries, museums attenauf
68U Jammes Rd., 20.Roral Brace Woo 2 tm, Jr., 19S2 W. y career motivation program the theater and meeting and
Sad St., 11 and Hyser /. Taylor DeBa has sponsored. for the miking with successful executives

Davis, 1224 W. 19th Gainesville Fla., II. vF2 past six years. as well aa with other
St. 29 and Earlane Kandrlck. 3. A three-hour' exchange of students.

1)34 Katanga Dr., 2*. Stephen R. Allison Chicago Ideas with womeaof the-lam- "However," Mrs. Freemaacoatlaued
nL. 20 and Emily C. Harper, etty" to help Data formulate "oar six years.of
William W. "1Ih1Dct a. S61 1191 W. 10th St, 22. tL1 g. ; action programs to be Implemented experience has made us acutely

Zed Ave., Dayton Beach, Fm, Johaay L. O'Bryant,156. I by Its 327 localchapters aware of the need to de
S9 andEdna W. Barter, Day Spearing St., U and Sara throughout the nation. more than this. We seed to
tea Beach, Fla, H. Jackson,' 1563 Spearing St, 23 4. meeting la the Mayor's build into this program amans
office for a briefing on the
of breaking don economic -
Trinidad Garnet ,Findlay 20 and Port Barbara of Spain P. Larry A. Mlxson, 2044 W. problems faced by st. Louis, aid racial fsolatlea..
12th st., 19 and LIllIe 1C. d- a typical via area, as a Therefore next year, ",...-
16S2
Bright W. 12th
St. 19.
tat, M01 Verbena Rd., 1$. !k means understanding Ulna, LIft" wilt take 100 teenager
one city 1s attacking the problems
a
from diversified
bectlro--
16th David st.M.19 Zeigler, 1507 W.. Harold E. One Jr.,1039 Ja11t. {. 'Y of houslag. education and economic groups-.both
and Deloris
E.
st. 20 and Glover. employment and Job training.B. .
Josephine V. black and whlte-trom the ..
Franklin, 2<11 Davis st., II. 41101 KoacrW Rd., l9. ti. .' A special showing of the Louts aregive them at least

torn documentary, "Sun a one week's orientation before
Brotber-lailde the Middle- they )oatneytOBaltlmor.wWre

Former WomanAmbassador .....,... _, ,Class" written and produced they win meet the 200 youngsters ..
by William Branch and Bar-
Florida AM Darnrslty presented meritorious achievement ec olllel. Dads County Public Schools Miami; Charles 0. rated by Ouale. Davis followed la the college search
awards to five outstanding citlsens during eemmetcemedexercises Perry, chairman of science department, Dunbar High School, by audience discussion.Mrs. program. For U Is oftea through

To at FAMTJ recently. Dr. RL. Perry, Jr.;] data of Washington, D.C.' Dr. Charles B. Mclntosh, pediatrician Jack- Frankie M. Freeman, of sharing experiences that we
adaOaiatratloa at FAMU, presented the awards' to Q-r) Mrs.AquUlna soovlllei and Dr. Edwin S. Shirley, phrtlclaa and oner-dlredor St Louis national president dAda caa break don barriers.

C. Hand secondary: supervisor of Leon. County Floral Park Medical Center, Miami. Sigma Them, announced During Its of the working Delta executive uulmsmembers
Schools. Tillahaaeee Mrs. Maude K, Reid, supervisor of home
; that the UJ. Office: of Education board discussed sensitivity

Luxemburg Named has given the 60,000-member training workshops, and how
FAMU Honors Alumni Denocnlic Woaei organisation a 147,000 grant they could be applied to the
for ft pilot project to take place local level, sew program

Charter BBS Fcr m Baltimore, Md, aimed .at thrusts, ways of funding old
helping the average student..- and new program
"Woman of Year"HOLLYWOOD .pare for college. The project
Miami State' Heel
Ia based oa a program the St Dr. Kiig's Wide

Attorney Patricia Roberts Harris, professor The Democratic Women's Educational Louts Alumnae Chapter of Delta

of Law at Howard University,former Ambassador to Luxemburg, Voters League la Sigma Theta baa rua for ft Will Help S .....,
was honored at the national meeting of the N&Uoaa116dSe. sponsoring chartered bus to Dumber of years which has ,
AaxUlary of "WomuW Veterans by being Darned at their Miami to the DemoeratleWomen's enabled 791 high school students Dr. Martla LutN XIIc"
contention us of the Tear," the first! Metro to be sohomer. State Convention to eater college and obtaInocbotarmbtpe widow, Mrs. CorettaScottKIsc,

./. October 3, 4, and t at MiamiAll totaling 3750,000. will debut with the Washington
of the Bemt1. The project will involve some National Symphony Orchestra
Upon acceptance honors Attorney Harris 1s now' living
Mrs. Harris said: "I belong to la a neighborhood Washington Democratic women are ZOO high scboolymptsrybdh oa February 11 and U whea
probably the! two oust dlaad- which once forbade Negro : Invited to attend. bock and white, with approximately she win narrate Aaron Cope
vantaged IJ'cqllla the country:. occupancy. Mrs Harris felt Mrs. Ana T. McGee Is president one counselor for each bud's "Lincoln's Portrait"tort
Pm a woman, and fa a Negro.Belnc that Resurrection City was of : and lives at 2041 Venus group of tea. The students will Festival Concert la Coa-
a woman Is never t some force since It did bring i ; Street, Jacksonville. receive tutoring financial cultural exposure sUtutloaHaU.Mrs. .
problem. I frequently feel the out what poverty can do to help to pay Xing appeared with the
problem Is women don't feel people. s Charity Club Gives tar college applications, and symphony once before and Bar
strongly about their ability to i scholarship guidance. They wttl rated the work tor a Memorial
fImdSoa." Harris i e1 Tea At' The Tickers also,,be followed through the la memory of Dr.
fay Retires
Days
The honoree feels that women ,: 4+ 1' r first year of college by their _

shoold not have to encage lathe Fro Abroad b The Good Hope Charity Club
dull rights battle. "tta Sejwn ; will sponsor a .Sunday., *-P* -
.. ''.
a dreadful waste,of time for l I.temberH,"from to S,ta the Your professional' beautician .. .
women to hare to spend time Miss Fay ': Hurls a senior home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie knows the answer...

OB etvtl rights and on the status at Saint Ao omtte's College ..- .', sin.: ... J. Tucker 8770 Bishop Hatcher R.
of ..... Bat someone has to majoring in English, has Just Drive. Hilary Fraaklla U president
Florida AMY Dafverstty preeented special 21 awards to four members of the aboaali
years AU are Invited.
do U aadrm CD both fronts. returned to the states from
Mrs. Harris ls not militant Bar/ With interests aaeoctatlnu duriaf summer commencement exercises recently. The awardeea Q-r) Mrs. ....
Slnana Valworth J. Jones of Lake dry Mrs. Jessie Alexander Cooper of Tallahassee Mrs. Ruth
Social( t
but has sympathy.The also U ft soloist IOu Harris. Jolly Group
GIt'attorwr ,Cuaualags Solomon of Jacksonville,and Mrs.Grace W.Jackson of Peasacom. The awards were
white community,feels participated Is this simmer'snand
reseated by Jack alt, president of the FAhtrj General Alumni Association.Jidge Club
Is ear receiving the 1f-mfrfr'i oduca- Siviigs HeelsThe ,
force cJ the problems which final and cultural program U does hair
Hastie'sDaigbter Why some
hare existed for years. ..It., Siena, sponsored by the Morth VirgIl Islands Set Jolly GroupSoclalSavtngs
not be comfortable," coatlnoed tsroltatckool of Arts at FltrJH Vattfs Club will meet Saturday, September
Marries
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the professor, "but tt U vhat Wmstonalem, and the Kaliangovernment. 7, at ItM West ICIDtb.at .. break off when combing?

It desenres." PHILADELPHIA (NPOWet -, LetfM Plus' For Voting Rights ,:SO p.m. Mrs Geneva Mark
htlss Harris Is a scholarship is presidentPALMER'S
Karea Roberta mantle
,
JOHNSON QTY Ta.II
WHIii.1 Rubles student of Professor Mormaa daughter of WiUiam H. Bastie, future residents, of the Virgin Your hair I II precious and delicate...and none of \u, like to lit
Farrow, baritone soloist of the chief judge of the Third 0 JS. Polling Deletes. Islands will have the right to It break off for any reason. Scientists u* that axceulvt used
Bach Arm Group of New Yak Clrcutt Court of Appeals, was select their hot combs and over processing of hair with chemicals often
HIyh School :At Saint Augustine's she received married recently to Wesley President Lyndon ova governor.B. Johnson "SKIN SUCCESS" art major causes of brittleness resulting hair breakage. But

bet voice training from Samuel Williams, Jr, u in: TAMPA -'When the Florida has signed a bill making this OINTMENTI hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaksoff
UTS. Norma Blgfurs, Instructor atnctor and doctoral C&DdId&t.at Voters League holds Us tall in everyday combing.Notice how Irritated your scalp becomes
OpeisTo 2,200 legal in 1970. I ma van slain bas e- K
la musk at the college. contention U Tampa September .
on 4
the Columbia Daiverslty The President said "The bill IrrIea MitinM MC ICMM w Freea.Me when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does
Beth music teachers and 21 and 29 plans for I eM IPU.,-' MeaLL eMu
held Law School. Your beautician knows that hair mats and
Whea the Runes faculty opens the ballot box for the : s sue wenu sal stet sea. professional curly
Its first meetlnf of the term Italian music critics have The former Miss BasUe, ft 'seeking the bases of expressions people of the Virgin Islandr. Nuuniue MUttr ..... tangles so easily that It should be softened before combing.
u enthnsUatk air prevailed. praised the singing of Miss Bidets College graduate, of public opinion by Signing of the bill took place I I MMM> ... : -ww tf MiM Otherwise unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to
Twelve new teachers hate bee Harris la her appearances: n isis spent her Junior year at the Negroes on pertinent questionswill )Just before the midnight deadUM. fill.M.s*.*... knikl.> *. U MM MM miim the shaft and ends of the hair occurs.: To achieve this needed
added totheYiklogtamuyAfter chamber aisle concerts University of Neuehatel la be sought The purpose >m. U mi.>il w. 11r It mtn softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage .
informal greetings and exchanges Baty. SwUserland. She is employedby of this will be to get a more ...., M M kM..nu'L tJttnt tn m*mmn M .. on all human hair (Including wigs), most beauticians rely
the spring. Miss Harris fnforpttlTl public affairs accurate view of Negro thought .r.ArCL"aw .. kM UH fa kMtt
Dr. Andrew Bobtnenaorganised the 2 F Predict Club .) on Clairol Hair-So-New spay-on creme rinse. For combingease
won second place la the North Mobil ID4 P1AIoo. w ewer rem. w wra.h e-
department of the
his charges and tn- and for beautifying your hair in many other ways trained
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lorded them of what wlllbe expected Carolina Competition for Metropolitan OH Corporation New Tort This wUl be the first organised.. Plus Meet OIL'44c I eeaernaistl be.utlcl.nlItOtk a complete family of fine Clairol products for
of them UtJucloolnar. Opera as the only The bridegroom, who was tabulated. effort to include the '601. .. esteo.oew / specific needs.
GItcnateat Negro participating.Also graduated maps cam laude "Negro la the Grass Roots." The 2F Precinct Community bur I. 011 near der your
The first! and probably Visit your expert hairdresser who cares about your hair care
task the talented instructors at .. Augaittae's from HarvardCoRege,received lavltatloas have bias dub win meet Thursday, Sep T MUB-Is-TOC rtCUCiQii and your comfort Whatever the nature of your hair problems
will be called upon College, she was elected May his.Master's. degrees la interpyfirM forwarded to Negro delegates tember 12, at ,:SO p... at :-..::.'ilaiu.-=-= only your professional beautician knows the answer for sura.Ctolf .
Queen to la 196t- 9. and alternates who in attendance .... ,
this will be to reign frl ftlfttiOOS trout lit were Simcod Johnson Park Paul ern ev-sit-.
to ,
get' perform the school year ready to pass She Is the daughter of the Fletcher School of Law and : at the recent DemocraUe Washington Is president I R.w 4.rr.'Lti wK- '.n.e..-' w : llne.tN7 Cs a levy 01 CItIroIInc.

aa inspection that win be performed Je"rlDlllJId Mrs. T. Vincent. Diplomacy, Tufts Ua1Y1i 1t7. contention
barrts of Jacksonville, and the ''
by a SAO QSoutheraliffl'H" The bride's father. Judge I
/ of Colleges and niece of Dr. and Mrs. PreaeU Katie is former dial of the,
Schools) Committee. Raises B. Robinson.Ctptili. Howard University School of

wttl hare the unique experience WiNiiBS Law and former governor of
of being one of the first! of the yirgla Islands.

Deal County's high schools toIlet -
SACS: this term. This wOl Visits Relatives. Beauty CiltireUiit Hg5aCNA&

be tllrMenlmfiomdRthes;
Captain and Mrs. Thomas A.
The Tlsit Till set the pace forMat Leader
and children
Jr
will eventually happen ism Williams ,
Myron, Phillip, Terrence, and
Dml County schools, The Helps HiBphreyWASHINGTON.
Michele of Washington D.C..
menage conveyed dons la Jacksonville from Personal Checking Accounts
Raines* teachers that BO were -(HPQ-Dr. on
will remain uf* FM* is the August 27 during the hosptmllsatioa Katie E. Whlckham, president, .
effort to make the SACS: visit of Cantata William's Natloaal Beauty; Culturlsts maintaining a minimum balance of
Impressive one. father, Thomas A. Williams; League lie has beet co- \
a
very 'Sr 1573 West 13th Street.
Omd the highlights of the chalrmaa Naoonal Committee
well-plumed two weeks at The senior Mr. Williams U of Beauticians for Humphrey.,

Raines visa visit by J.L Gad, convalescing at home from eye Dr. Whlckham said she would General Consultant from the surgery. Captain Williams is "work hard"for Vice President ,
Florida State Department of the brother of Mrs. Lmconyer Humphrey becaase '"beauti ,.I

1Wna11'a,who was faPul In tif E. Ward came throughout the country
give advice and guidance to the feel he is the best mss for
"L
faculty as It edges Us way to Ju .L..... Post thepresldeneey."
accreditation. Mr. Out Dr. Whlckham has bee president.

with virtually his hypnotlied moden concepts the group of Meets S..,.... 6 League. National for Beauty 11 years.CutteIsts She-' '. Jmv THOMAS Chairman.. of the Board {$} n........ Gooosve PrelidsnI. '

previous served for seven
education which were designedto ins Post lIT of Americas
years as the first president fIl.a.
Bake ft hard Job easy. Legion wfll meet Friday.September LaIniut State BeutkJau'AuocIat1aa ;
Principal PO' TTI is urging !. at I p.., at the Post ii> : '
While In New MARINE BANK "
the general public to follow the home the meeting scheduled ? NATIONAL ,." .
educational escapades of the tar (4itcut 91 wu poftpoMdbecaase jDrleaaMhe also helped organise .
Raines Family as they attempt of the weather and win the Metropolitan Voters : 'I'OFJACKSONYILLE .
League. .
:to accomplish the seemingly be held September 7 at the
that1 Under her leadership the National 1(. JULIA atDUVAL. ;
Impossible> and set a pace home 2179 Benedict Rd. O.I. SYSTEM'i;
win bring honor and respect B1JJIIIaa should be fpnhiftrl Beauty Culturlsts League' MEMKI R DUAl. CefOJIT INSUAANC[ COUfOIATION MOUU KMIAl USItVI ( .. '
all the schools of Devil has grown Ia membership to : .:;
to at 6Z3 West Beaver Street for ,
30,000 with chapters In IIItaW. "
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[ Louisville A.M.E. Churches Look Forward; to Completion of Housing projectl I



promoted As Director Leiden Eifhisize Prftct's|
REtiGWWAHDIAZEL I

,, ,laperteace to Local EivkeisLOUISVILLE I

I CHICAGO (KPI) A chirp that the Roman Catholic -AUK ministers,officials and workers of LoulsTllle .
Archdiocese of Chicago "U doing virtually nothing to help Ita, broke ground recently: for the Artisha Jorfaa Gardens, a
black member," was made recently by the Concerned Black dn 'dIreutnpplemeut complex, to be buflt wlthia
: Catholics of the wed Side during a pr..cCllf.rt1IceSa! ShermaaBOOM. -S mr.-
Specific reference toss made to the fate of SL Flnbexr This Is one of the projects Appropriated for the venture.
Catholic School, a 70-year-old Institution which, parishioner which the African Methodist The rent win Include an utilities '
r were originally told, would be renovated, but BOW will be closed. Church Is sponsoring through ,
The CBCWS found this quick change to be "la keeping with the. out the country. These will AnionBces
NAACP
lone established practice of mating decisions by the white provide housing for low and
Catholic establishments/ clear-cut instnctlons that there middle-Income families of all
was to be no communication with the people Involved." racial troops. Drive ,For Voters.
Plans were completed after '
RETALIATION the signing of a contract with The voter reglstrWanedncation
SOUTH BEND Inl -(NPI)-A fire "of mysterions origin" 1 N.i the! Commonwealth Life drive of the NAACP began .
caused some. $17.000 worth of damage to the First Unitarian h t Insurance. Apartments will on September S and win
Church recently. The blue is being fined by church members enrage $17.00 per month.The close on October S. Mrs. Ten,
u t.tWtlm'agaisst the Her. Hoseph Schneiders, who has occupant: and his family win C. Anderson Is chaIr_ This
been attire la the NAACP aDd other civil rights actlritles.: pay oily one-fourth. The drive Is being sponsored along
Reports are that the minister has been receiving. harasslnc government will pay the with the Jaycees efforts Com.
phone cans and letters because of his activities.BARASS1IENT ,baJaDce. plete' information Cia be secured .
Rev. Henry M. Greene laths at Wednesday night
GROWING ,_, q'w .; local representative of the Minimum meetings at Shiloh Ltptlst
CAMDEN 1U.-(NPI)-Evidence that harassment-official Salary Department and Church, Hit ClevelaadSt
and convert Is Increasingly use u a weapon against racial manager of 1111ocI1 project daring September. C. Lenwtod.
minority troops and those inrolTed trying to help them were Other participants oa the Lee is 'pmkJent Rev. A.B.
cited recently In the case of a tktlted Fresbytariaa minister Loulsvine program were Rev. Coleman Is pastor. The public
and two others who have been subjects of grand Jury Investlgatlon H.H. Rutherford, associate Invited to attend.
on conspiracy charges. The victims are the Ret. Samuel minister of the Greater St.
.AppeL. Jack Gerswlck and William C.R IIcbtr.participated James AME Church; Rev. H. First Bon Temple
in a training session oa non-violent demonstrations held at Greene, presiding officers L.J. .
Fourth Presbyterian Church. Principal witness against the trio Harris president of the pro- Scene of Mistcil
was t Camden County Conservative Club member who attended ,
the session under aa assumed name.conposmoiO .f cdhltectdtheprojedramt Robert Williams will give a'
This Ia. religions-social program Monday Bight at the
i service, which the church provides First Bora Temple,Ill Monroe
CHICAGO '- (KPT) The aewlyeufhoriced Commitloo oa A >, to help people Improve Street, at 1:10. Appearing win
Religion and Race of the Bolted Methodist Church has already '' .their conditions. be: Choir No. I, First Bon
reached Its fun strength of S4 members. Bseomposltloo-tlca L The AME connection Is, along Temple the Holy Temple
originally was to consist of II blacks,and six other non-whites .with other ladling organlza Church of God ta Christ MOo 1;
has solidified at IS blacks 14 whites, two Japanese and one .ttoos, trying to alleviate the Mrs. Julie Robersoa, Mrs.:
,etch of Puerto Rica, Mexican and Indian., .- conditions of those who find Amanda Collins Elder Moss

Mrs. Man Swing(second from right has been promoted u me. .'CWldrey, Mae rice, president lor Summit H&toaIrm's difficulty securing bousing Tbe' Davis and the Davis Stagers,
Have; you looked at the Help Wanted,lately? post ofdlrector ofTechnkal Training sad product testlac far i Hayes, who was tuned the i.relations : advertising: and customer Commonwealth Insurance Company Mrs Viola Steward, The
Summit Laboratories, lac. She... benustotteehsklaator.e manager last month, t-_"; tvT Buadles,'Summit was the sole lender dIke Gospel Travel Stars Mrs
Equal opportunity jam in business. .company la Buffalo, Mew Tort, sad will more tefcouairsheadquarters precidaat., : 19 million dollars Rosetta Cohen, gospel singer,
la ladUaapolls. Vita Mrs.Ewb!g are (ted to right), $100,000 Grill GfmNefrees Is sponsor. Deacon: M. Cobra
master of ceremonies.ElderA.

To Your EducationStation For Stakes Bin Is pastor.St. -

Time Complete Marks Biptist
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ATLARTA, Ca A $100,000 grant has beta made to the .
Southera Fellowships Fund by the Cora Products Company, Plus WeekSt
Dr. Samuel M. Nabrtt, executive director of the Fund, an-
Vocational High School .Booneed recently. Mark's Baptist c brckwln
.
.. \k the grant will be used over Fund tor the itlu-6g academic have a recital beginning September
9. Rev. E.!.. Wilcox
a three-year period la the year, he said, with approximately ,
Or Night Class* Fund's program of fellowships, sixty per cent of the Newark, Jfolr former pastor
.
pay for graduate study for acuity recipients studying toward doctoral of Greater Bethany w.M.win be
and administrators la colleges degrees.The the speaker. Rev. Lariat
Night. Classes<< Start 0p.m. std universities attended primarily firm participates la the ls pastor.
by Kegroes.la Summer Fellowship Program
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r- IETHANY UNITS
3-r presenting the grant, Cora of the National Urban League.
Chairman, A.N. The program, designed Improve '
iprodacts
I : ; .e % l .1d: McFarlaae said, "One of the educators' knowledge dhow The fortr'nIuIbltYili-
UU1 the skins services of the Sons and Daughters
o .a, tragedies of oar times has beea Industry of Bethaay will besponsored
educational they teach brings faealty
the Inequality of
Counselor No.
L
by
stffled the members from predominantly
has
opportunity pet k, I No It, aDd No: Hat
taints and frustrated fee as. Nero"1DItttIUcM.to Jobs at.many .. ,
I ... 'of the nation's leading., 117 Spearing Street.lathe WU
ole 11ses'LiEItUpcad. lloa. businesses during' the summer, bearers Ball, at a tea, 4 to I
a.
m OG.Sept.mber
p
Q Through this contribution;.and

; : through activities our la other the widespread erturatlonal Mice Hall Haler Notes:

field, we hope helpcloaDr.
i : L tII.1a app .,ri's Grown la Nation
Habrtt stated that the program
: of the Fund would be MILWAUKEE WU.-Dr. John Henry Hester of Atlantic City,
afptfeantb enhanced by the N.J., heads aa array of Imperial offlcera who were returned to
t? *;. 'grant, and that through U alarge office by Prince Ball Shriners who met here, August It-U la
? corporation like Cora their 75th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Convention of the Imperial

Products Comoaar.'. could Bar- Council AEAOKMS.
tkipate ta a vital program to Headquarters stab said; while pointing out that J
strengthen the faculties of these listed at SheratonSchroeder for the Negro the era of Lisa
r Jastltutloas, to enliven Hotel and business sessions being aa exception the rules <
academic instruction, and to.produce .were conducted at the Is rapidly passlne -e must
a larger cadre: of pro Milwaukee Auditorium. now compete with the total,*
buns with terminal degrees. I f According to Dr. Hester, In.Us complement la every u..."
: On hundred eight-three fel acceptance r.marbloUow: Be further DOted that la spite
IIUI f ilUUI.\ DIM04A :<' 'I I i t'p'OjI1 1.I \ P lowships were awarded by the tag his n-.1ecllOG u Imperial of pass experiences and dls- |

Adults, II years of age or older, may choose to can a high school diploma High School Revlew-Aa 11-week- course of talglnti a week or a f-wi.k course. Gerfrade Morse'Si' must Potentate continue, Prince their Ball leadership irlnsrs crimination, the Negro has t
tcrcu. c4 nights a week of IcaUoa Upreparatloa for tests la American EMory, ) and strive harder to that ccatrlbate4tnmandanljtoAmerica's
see
I TUB program Is tor adults to achieve rum.a growth and development
wanting school grade equivalency or dries and High School Equivalency Diploma "our disadvantaged and Impoverished '
high: school equtvakacy diploma via the Equivalency T'esdsgprcgram.: Recital Is Seeds fellowmen are able toenjoy Into its position u a,

Mir. Gertrude F. Morse win and participate la theD.IIJ world power,but our historians excluded
have
systematically :
,appear la a dramatic recital bounties of this
HIGH SCHOOL COURSES great
COURSES FOR VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL 1 .. them which ls the greatest'Injustice
la New Bethel JatIOG.
Sunday algid
.
English .
Chemistry A.Literature that one bnmaa being
EDUCA TICH. AMK Church, under the auspices "'DIe lion of plenty Is over.dosing IShriners L
PhysicsMath .' caa do another. As Prince Hafl
UphoUlering SVoe Re'polrAjlo *" of the Sarah MrGlnnls with opportunities but
It 1s our sacred ob-
,
l BuJy, Re|*.i if CabWlmukiiitl ( Biology v Missionary Society and the only the prepared will be able Ugatioa and responsibility to)
(\.d :. hi \.t History General Science Women Day Committee, Mrs.MtBinlt to tab advantage of them.There I
l j ill ; JM-V.lt see that school systems across
: >*> ii.. Is ta
: French CI'tlea" Jones n DO,place our social or
").I. II ....dl .1' ,! ,'J German Mrs. Kar.wWlIIl1IgIOftIcIbJ economic structure for those the country lmmedlatsljIOClneIHeroes
-.tMs.: : ..:,;'. :}" "" ) '"fI/to l"i-: : i ', '. Americanism n. Communism' the young adult choir of the who tor many and varied la our history text

"/. h.:1f!.. :t" ..(;1 :'" 'J..I.l J' : ," :: Spanish Industrial Arts church. Mrs Verona Mitchell reasons, are not prepared to books.Prince Let Hall them Crispus know Attacks.Benjamin'Bannecker about.

.., llit&'J' 1'.:...,,,.. s. BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSES will be servint u organist compete with every man," he Matthew]

S J,t, 'IdI.c.n, i iI Typewriting Bookkeeping Benson, Dr. Charles Drew, to 1
Shorthand Filing name a tew-this will not only
COURSES fOR BUSINESS EDUCATION
1 Initiate little
pride
among our
Dictaphoite$ Business EnglUk
Operator
: Typing ? Shorthand tack boys and girls, .but let
Bookkeeping Trantcrlption Machine Bookkeeping Keypunch Operator IBM white boys and girls, too, know
Office Practice Adding Machine OperatorSpeed that black men, like their white:
1 Filing Production Reading Key.Dlv.leuloto, brothers, are important pillars
\Business Math. Business English Law for Laymen Mimeograph, la our nation's foundation."

i .... Business M c"I."i Office Practice Stock and Bond Business Math Other Imperial offlcera returned
to office were: Charles
,' HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 'gjajiMSLu&H Dept New Tort cur, deputy
:
." COURSES FOR GENERAL EDUCATION
Yt i Imperial potentate, William
COURSE OFFERINGS FOR ADULTS THROUGH: Creative Writing Art Appreciation mX r "Individual" Service Howe BiihiMfM.' pt, |a.ptrlai .
ADULT DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Speech Fundamental of Art chief rabbaa; AlfredA.
Music Oil Paintgg! VAICABI TO.EVKRYONE. Dixon, Baltimore ....r.Imperial .
SPECIAL COURSESSalesmanship assistant rabbaa; Marshall .
Clothing Construction Water Colors
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Small Business ManagementReal Basic Tailoring General Shop .rF'INANCIALCONDITIONnM ,f high priest.and prophet. UU
Estate Income Tex +r Motto, Beaumont, Tex, Imperial
Adult Civil Defense Education :: .: a ; oriental guide; Booker.
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CHURCH NEWS TWO Essie Mal Thonus f baptist President Ea-Yeer-01d QrMizittaHeidee

Gives Songfest |\j jMrs. t a By Dr. J. Jicbei

COLOGSUNS BAPT8T. :: Rule Mae Thomas will :
Sunday School begins at 1:30: a.m. with the npcrintendent tad MINUTES celebrate her gospel singing : ATLANTA The 88th annual convention of the National
teachers la charge. The lessoa will be reviewed by the super.intendent. anniversary Sunday night, September tr Baptist Convention USA, Inc., has, since Wednesday been;
The morning worship begin at 11 a.m. The eTenlng VflTHE BIBLE 3, at Mt. Baptist iE- < t holding enthusiastic meetings, under the leadership of Dr. J.H,
worship begins at 6 p... EOT. R.J. Crawford will deliver the BY coiNiuvt e. note eau'antes Church, la the education build i : Jackson, national president..
sermons. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No.1 win urn throughthe emu ioenTV ing. J More than 15,000 delegates County Tenn., "Operatloa
the day. The anniversary of the pastor will begin on September Appearing oa program will be: were expected to converge oa .Production] ," 1a Liberia, West
16 and continue for week.Prayer service Is erery Tuesday SINS THAT ARE PASTIn Sunrise'Singers, Celestials., 1 5d the metropolis, representing j Africa Freedom Farm, dedicated
at 730. The church II located at 1154 West list Rev. R.J. ,'xeelslors Sunny Rose Singers .__ U million members. This Is la March, 1961 Is t04acre
Crawford is pastor. Chapter: trot St Paul' I letter Sons of Jubilee. Golden 'saidtobethelargestorganlxedNegro 4 plot of land purchased
to the Romans he declare: thil Jubilee, Traveling Btah, Thomas ,
association in America by i the Convention for the resettlement
MT. SALEM BAPTIST Coil hat let forth Christ: at a tabs Singers, LiUmore Singers t k Dr. Jackson has been president of hundreds of
Sunday School teglns at 1:30 with Stswrlntendent Jack Green faction for mans tin and that redemplion : Mrs. Thelma Edwards and 5 since 1953. I families who had bell evicted
la charge. The !emus will be renewed by an appointee. The It obtained by faith In Singers, Sammle Henderson, The theme of the convention j from their homes and denied
morning devotions begin at 11 a.m with Deacon Ode Wllbert "Hit blood or Hit payment for Austin Singers. Is "'IbI Relevance of Jesus i the right to wort because they
and Deacon Cornelius CaBumn la charge. Choir No. 3 and Usher tin at Calvary, entirely apart from Also' : Choir No." 3 and Choir. Nrp In the Great Society/' The ore- I had attempted to register and
Board No. 1 win serve. Miss Viola Johnson will present a workt, religions or otherwise (Rom. No. 48 of Mt Ararat, Emuael sldent's address was given vote. "Operatloa ProdacUoa..1
program at 3 JO In the Interest of Women's Day. ETenlng devoUons -, 321-26): ). Male Chorus, Deacon Eye- 'lbulda.rll&bt.- began la April of 11M went
begin at 6 p.m. with Deacons Freddie Neal and Jack Green But in hit tame paange he Mates selee. Princess Naomi and Band On Friday Mrs. Mary O.Ross, Liberian Prlddedw.Y".Tub-
la charge. The pastor will deliver both messages. Monday night that "remlialon" a>>nurn. the ". of Truth, Mother Annie Williams president of the Women's Convention man !granted 100,000 acres of
Choir No. 3 rebear.... Tuesday night Is Prayer Meeting night that are pan* (Vet. 25)). What don Heavenly Angels, was scheduled to speak. land to the National Baptists;
Choir No. 1 rehearses on Thursday night Err. W.Q. Rogers Ispastor. he mean by thiiSome > Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers.Madame Mayor Floyd McCree, Flint, for agricultural production,and
Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. The church is located have taught from this were Bernlce Staten and Mich., was expected to speak for the training and edacatiflaVof
at 1281 West 32nd St. thai when a irons turns to Cod Pentecostal Singers. oa the Booker T. Washington many of that n+tion's youth.;
for taKatlon all lilt tint are for, Mrs. Guests P. Corey Mrs. hour tonight! The Convention annanrsponsors
EMANUEL BAPT8T glvrn nlo IAN lime and now that Jennie V. Crockett, Deacon Ltvlne On Saturday panel discussion many college scholar'
Teachers' meeting and prayer meeting will be Tuesday with he It awed he It henceforth mpon. Peter Jack Bell, Gospel win be held on the 1963 election. ships through Itsoperates projected: $Id
officers In charge. Choir No.3 rehearses on Wednesday at 7 p... Bible for himn,,,. But this would Echoes Deacon Ellington aDd'Sq. J. ..... The National Baptist Convention. million Educational: Foundation,
Choir No. I rehearses at I p.m. Prayer service Is also Thurs mean that Cod urea men by Hit ." from Palatka and Rev., Dr. J.H. Jackson is president He 1s internationally known u- U.S.A., Inc. was evolved and youth camps
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days at moon Sunday School begins at 9.30a.m. with Mrs. Mamie grace only to turn them over again Moss Davis, BJHAfritfr, Mother of the National iBoptlst Conveni a religious leader.headdress, la IttO a result of the combination student centers and the American
Field and Ceorp Smith II charge. The male chons rehearses to their own weak and sinful. na- McCoy. The Clifton Singers Lion USA,. Inc., which_cjosesout given Thursday night concerns of the Baptist Foreign Baptist Theological Semi
at 730. Consecration: win be at 10:55 ." The morning service tuna If this were the ca.e. the win be guests. Deacoa 8.Tlmmons sessions Friday,September civil rights law and order, Mission Convention, the. nary.
begins at 11 a.m. with deacons la charge. Holy communion Is ttmverted sinner would be loot will be master ofceremonies. e, In Atlanta. Dr.Jackson beads Vietnam and other major National Baptist Educational The National Baptist Convention
administered at 2:30. Rev. A.B. Blair, assistant pastor will again the tame day for what Chritllan : Refreshments win more flat 6,000,000 baptists. Issues. Convention, and the original U.S.A., inc., is aa integral
be la charge. btlietrr It wholly free from be served following the affair. National Baptist Convention., part of the Baptist World

sing Yer1t Uiloi East Florida A.M.E. i The tinge membership represents Alliance: and works la close
GRANT MEMORIAL Ala: Furies World
Paul rather larks back' here at some 30,000 tburches association: with the ;
Rev. A.J. Reddlck, pastor wlnspakus"Teaii Hare Already paM ages and declares thai we air Meet ConvenesThe and B,000 preachers. The ort Council of Churches tilt
Won" f1 the morning service, 10:45: sum. "Little Things" will know and proclaim that men liAbri. Meets At Mt. Moriih ganisation's constitution states National Council of Churches
be the topic for the evening service at 1:45. Choir No. S and Noah and Abraham and also East Florida Conference the following u the purpose and the United Nations.
Umber Board No. 3 will serve. Sunday School meets at ISO like MOM David and Daniel (who The Young People's Union will meet Sunday September I, at* Branch of the AMT Church will of the National Baptist Convent.
.with Amos Y. Rose and staff II charge. lived under the law) were actually Kit Morlah.Baptist Church, at 3 p.m.Pev.ILL.' Herod pastor. be beld Saturday.September 14, flush. "...by aaltlag Baptist
aced by the redemption wrought The Octovettes win now. Singers, from three to fourteen -, in the St. Paul Church of St., ,Churches and other Baptist Atlantic Be.cnChirciHis '
NEW BETHEL AME by Chris although ihlt was Hill'" 'Twelve groups comprising the years; Octovettes, teenagers Augustine Rev. W.E. Spells organisations.. shall undertaketo
Saaday School begins at I a.m. with F.F. Donalsoa, superintendent future In their day. In other words union, win give numbers. ; TbelmarettesTuyBord pastor. A bus will leave St promote home and foreign Anniversirles
la charge. At the 11 am. services the pastor Rev E. Christ: died. not only for sins which The groups are The Artistic Singers, youngest group, ages Paul AME Church, Thirteenthand missions; to encourage and support .
..lows will preach. The young adult cho1r. with Mrs. Gertrude w have mmmlned, but alto for the Singers, 9 and 9 years; The .two to sevea years. Myrtle, Jacksonville, at Christian education; to the New Friendship Baptist
'Morse U organist, will have charge of the musk. Choir No. 3: "tint which are pact." The brlievrn Camilla Golden Antho&ys.terBagers All of these groups are directed :30.. All sealer and YPD publish and distribute SundaySchool Church of Atlantic Beach win
wfll sing. Mrs. 3. Bailey and Miss Verona Mitchell win be la of pan ego limply believed chat ; The Everready Gospel by Mrs. Latlmore, piUiSt workers are expected to attend and other religious 11teratire be the scene of a dual anniversary
'charge. Senior Other Board No. 1 win serve. The Women's Cod told them thru and Cod Singers/, and 10; Friendly and stnvrvlcor. Among the meeting. ; and, to engage la otter one for the pastor Rev
Day Drive with Mrs. Queenle Brutoa as general chairman Is counted them rlghleout. (CmIS Bible way, teenagers; HarrisSlaters them are radio ant television' Tickets may be secured from .Christian tDl et,ot.. G. Curry, the other for the
continuing 1aDDID(. The pulpit board meets Sunday with Mrs. :6)) on the hails ul ChrlaTi cots adult; Harmonious performers. The Latlmore. area chairman,local presidents, The present president of the church. servicesbeguSep
'WU1W L. DubolM 1791 Tyler at 4.30 p.m. Senior Usher Board Ing payment for tin.We Vancellers, admits; Jackson Singers arebeardSunday moraines or from lira. Leila Morrlaoa, 'national' Baptists, Dr. J.H. Umber I ltd continue througtf
Group C, Mis. AX Graham, group leader, will meet Sunday at have the same truth in lush Singers, teenagers; LaUmors oa a local station. Tens 7M-1SIL Jackson, pastor of Chicago's September 16.On .
the church at 4.30.TABERNACLE in Hrbrrwi"IS. where we are told 'Winiams is mascot of the union The theme for the year 1s"New Olivet Church, was first elected Monday night Rev..R.J.
thai ChriM'l: death availed alas"..... Mrs. Jessie Polte and 1s three years oll<<'I. She Forms of Mission" The denominational In 1953, and has been reflected Arnold, pastor of Robert MtJlirih
BAPTIST WSTTTUTIOIUL the redemption of the iranqpr Is the daughter Marsha Wu- theme ls "Missions annually since then. AME Church, and Rev..
slams that tlamsandgraaddaiihterofMrs. Matching the Hour. The Bible The work of the convention .W.M. Jordan, Jordaa Chapel,.
were under the hrsottnsn4"
Sunday School at ISO with Appears Recital
Mrs. Solomon
Miss Yvonne begins Wilson win Bessie lacharge. ( I*.. Itii .... IB Norma D. Williams, as tudy win be based on The Is done through boards, commissions Atlantic Beach, wUlspeakRev.
review the lesson. Rev
W.E.
well as grealograndlaughtar of Power of Prayer. The .l rkli- and auxiliary conventions J.M. Bryant of St. Mary's Ban.
How Mcwrd
Young pastor will speak at the morning service. All youth lime when Cml w* ant. M liar at a At SI. Stephen'sThe Sirs Parish. All are members meat study will be Christ and which report to the parent list Church and Rev. David
of aaUalkmhat
choirs and the Usher plan
Board No. S
will serve. All districts winmeet of St. Paul AME Church. the Crisis la Southeast Asia body. The Baptists do not Johnsoa of Bethel Baptist
Jointly la the church auditorium oa Sunday at 4 The terse fully mnlnl. and that J J. Johnson Club>> of St.
p.nu The Onion Is three years old. Mrs Ablah E, Sbehee, conIiieace -, operate oa the "federal" system Church will be present Tuesday -.
choirs T can now kink lo ihr.lOTd Stephen's AME Fifth
rehearse Church. *
youth Wednesday at t Teachers' JnutChriM
p.m.
meeting
la to
Sirs toes Harris ls prlll lDt. president respect their state night.
win be Wednesday at MS. Prayer Meeting will be at 7:30. and ndalm with Paul: "", and Davis, will present Mrs hairs
hnrd toe. and Ilimarlf fur Jessie M. Polka la a recital Miss Cynthia Jackson 1s secretary. announced that Rev. A.L.Eau contentions each state co.ftaUoa.1I .- On Wedoeeday night iii,. F.
gut Bernard McClaia Is will deliver the democratic and Independent Cummings of West tab win
re- missionary
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FRIENDSHIP PRDUTIVX BAPTBT (C.l. S )l) Sunday September I, in the.
porter. AU singing groups are sermon. Miss Polly D. Brooks In Us 01' sphere. speak. Oa Thursday Bight, Rev.
Sunday School begins at fib, with Mrs. L astir Im1I2a Iiebarp..The i mala auditorium at I p... The and Miss Jones Two of the' most aH. Hartley and
el Invited. church is located Beverly will noteworthyprojects Friendly Bap-
morning NI t JwapJSJ.) f. Mrs Earth McGowaa win
service begins at .USQJ win Ret. E. : .. > W.1t present the study course. The undertaken theNatloratr&apUsU List WIll participate. Elder'Cobea
W P
Robinson; pastor/preaching At 4'p.m. District No: IwUlmeet lal FpnsttarVrA Franoy jAdTord!,. .,. ....;.0:. ,; ,.. idtywide Missionary Win of are t..: of' First Bora Chunk. *
HoMsWoBei's 'will ri
at the church with Deacoa Joseph McPhersoa u leader. Day serve as narrator Mrs. St._ Augustine will be meet. Freedom Farm la Farotte' No..t Will sneak Frldtv. !
A special benefit affair for Women's Day will be told Saturday Mary BUks will give the wel -
on the church grounds. Mrs. Ester McPherson II dIalr.... Septenber 15 come. The offering will be
Mrs. Msttle Bolton Is co-chairman. The church Is located supervised by Mrs. Lucille
at First and Pearce Streets New Bethel Baptist's Women's Morrison, Mrs. Jennie Croak
Day wU September 15.Mrs. ett, Mrs. Elotse Edmonds and J[ J ** T'AF, ..* ;
Leans Daniels win.speak at Miss Charlesetta Sptcer. The i Y 11wtLoui( Slscer
Suborn Will CElEBRATES '11 .... Mrs Ella Wise will nest soloist will be Mrs. SHOPThe
speak at 3 p.m. .Louise P. Marrow.Prsmedatiatr .
Sing Sunday ATLANTIC BEACH EOT.G. The Youth Hour will be at will be made
Carry, shown above, will celebrate : 1:30 with Sirs Helen Bellamy by Mrs. Minnie Carter. Mrs
The Sunbeam Singers will be his sixteenth year in the directing.: Miss Portia Speightst Juanlta Johnsoa will bring re
beard at 9 p.m. Sunday night ministry and the 4Wh year Is chairman. A musical will marks. 1Ir..%eDobIa Ge rlpt
September 1. at the Holy Church the organisation of New FriendSeptember be suunt.& Mre. E.Slmmons will be hostess, emgwlth Mns.
o( the Living God No. S, Ins U chalrmaa. Mrs. Winifred Carmea West
Tea, at Carrie. This will bema Murray Is co-chairman, Mrs. Hostess clubs wino the Young
after.... .program.Mrs. 8.A. Thomas will be pastor for Womea of Allen, The Christian
im rw*a Collar) will be the the dar.lily Sharing Society Club, The Blue
speaker. The Missionaries will Shadow Social Saving Club, The ( h.
be la charge. Elder JJB.Collins While Court rashloaettee. Mrs. Ruth Dealtpresident. VRt g!

Is pastor.Mitrons. Neal Bland will be-
Announces
Council Heeling organist Rev. JJ. Johnson,. .
( the Uly White Royal Court pastor will make remarks.

Nor Ul win hold the regular
Plus Monday Heel "" meeting September 11 at 7p.m. ARMYRESERVE I store that
Matrons' Council No. 1, ot; at U07 Davis, Blodgett Home "JlfEMIJIT" IEJIEIK ICEF (UNELESS HC U.t
will meet at the Masonic HalL', Pearl Washington Is president cares about you!
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913 Jtffer. Monday atCp... '"' IN
Plans will be made for the Joint ITO CHUCK ROAST ll,
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Grand Matrons and the GrandMaster ; EXTRA SPECIAL!UP VACUUM PACK
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Plus To' Heel. uaday ship Baptist! Charda bectzinCz c 2.99
1. anniversaryservices !
District No. 17 of Saitoh will and September dJffJ7A
Baptist Church rill meet with 16. Oa September 15 at 3 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. 0.1. McClendoa. the speaker will beRev. Don
911 West 30th Street Sunday.: Everson, pastor of ArrlngtoaBaptist. I
September, at 4:30 p.m. Mrs. On September 16, Rev. MATtonuu man jturnot CALL w mow rns\J

N. direr Is president. Henry '8.8. Robinson,, pastor of MLZloa RUSSETIAKIHG-. '
.Anderson Is,deacon.Hisoiic .. Methodist will close out OH mAl assists '
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,the anniversary. AH ministers ( POTATOES' .5' >'
Grand will be accompanied" by their x

church congregations and official Do' you have Questions about the big JANE PAREER DEUQOU5NACKIEMY ; ? .
Mister Mikes troops..Priice Best crisis our nation
bas ever
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faced{ the racial 'crisis?
Official Visit. Hill Club JDo you have suggestions MIITirS MIEN JPfClll!
you'd .ike

make,Grand his Master official R.visit Bradley at tp.nu will Prince Plans Hall Suaday Masonic Club. heel win' ,to leadership make to the about Black how ana to solve tne White it? SWEET CORN '10 ">4 .5'< CREAM PIES 3 11.17' .79 <

September 14at Masonic Tt a- meet at the hall, 913 Jefferson,. Do you' want to heat what other SHOP AT TOUR AP WAREHOUSESTORE lit IFF lllfU! LOOT a W/15.00 ORDER, EZCUUGASETTEI
pie 410 Broad, for District il'Sunday, at 4 p.m. Illustrious :ordinary citizens ask peoplelJobn 8000 WEST 4STH STREET
All members will be in fall Daniel Hudson Is president Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael PRICES IN THE AD ARE GOOD DASH DETERGENTS 49<
regalia. At 7 p... aa Evening Lady: Juanlta Mcdendon. Is re-. hat sort of and THROUGH SATURDAY,SEPT. 7
of Gratitude win be ahowa the porter. j' answers they come up
Grand Master.Participants win 'OES with? Make yourself beard and hear it

be District Eastern Stars Queen) Chapter all on NIGHT CALL thenew, nationwide 'y+{y ry, i
Heroines of Jericho Temple telephone call-in show.
Will Meet
Crusaders, Ladles of the Golden Sepkrter
Circle, Daughters of isle and Dean of the South Chapter U/niipMsi: :: riui. 12:3A.M: ? ,

the JuveaUe Department. No. 105, OES, win.... Tuesday ftUllUjii.iy:
Among hailed guests are: September 10, at S P.... r I.I.Frl'.f,
.Moll Excellent Fred Alexander' at Masonic Temple, 410 Broad Call Cilliet i1i.iit'3311
Oarch.1113 Cleveland St, Street, third floor. Room X. The ttalted MeihoOlst
Priest; Sir Hittoa Brown, R.T. This win be the first meeting Released Inatoasl
cooperation with the
Grand Eminent rv-m TwfrrMrs. since
the
vacation. Echoes will NNatiood Counctt of Churches
C.B. NelsonDanleL Grandson ; be :
brought from the International
Catholic
Office for Rade'ad
Television
Cn.DllMaIt.lcJat Uatroa
and Mrs. Louis RoUes, Grand; chapters Conference la Milwaukee.of grand Queen Florida CounclLpf. Clutches, '

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invited to a kitchen shower for the bride?She'll appreciate a frF

coordinated gin of two eight or nine-Inch aluminum cake pans
of the new non-stick variety,alone with a set of four Individual
graduated measuring caps the color anodlsed aluminum ones
\ that come with a rack tor wall hanging.
When give that bride-to-bt-
you the bride win be gnittaL Different
he( elgbtqua.rtalum.ll1umnuc.-
kinds of cookware have

] .pot cooking indlspensablefor spaghetti, add a large i button markedly characteristics different beat distri--!

aluminum colander and you'll xt11
s_.. beginning with aluminum which
delight her with a complete setA
has the best heat conductivityof
awful kitchen shower gift metal commonly used
for the bride Is an omelet kit. any '
Cite her a Teflon-coated her bluest sancepot will per-
aluminum form the same as her smallest
for best
THTj pan omelet *
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win be at
set of the special spatulas and guesswork
minimum.If .
spoons for use with Teflon
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she can mix and cook her omelet anticipated kitchen remodeling
right la the same pan. Job,, finish It oft with the mostusefuldecontIveaccesaory

If you're organizing a kitchen oscan
shower, before they shop for buy-color.c oor dhate
cookware. Even
heating
cookware, get the guests
Once we ett J>er sewed nor patched. Then we sewed by hand, Is a bom-la buttonholder for all sites': A Professional button- together for a shopping plan. aluminum cookware now offers with c .r
widest color coke
later by foot-operated machinery. We made oar buttonholes holder makes men different stitches. The push button bobbin It ereryone cooperates on a. the i
Insidefinishes
I by band. Times have changed. This New Singer has solid- lUll from the needle at button touch.It sews three ways, straight matched set of cookware, or Teflon-coated I I-stkt colors frombeige
state speed control system that allows the sewer to stitch. .tig-sag and chalnetltch.The needle Is.gold colored. at least buys the same_kind,. of many t'
to black and tD&IIe1ed"coJor
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through varying fabric thicknesses without slowing down. There "
anodized or other special
Falling leans and camel coats always seem to go together
exterior finishes In a rainbow
perfectly and JOHN' METER OF NORWICH has updated the

we DOUBLE BAAUTOMATICAUy ,of Embarrassed colors. to borrow your classic camel coat with vertical pockets and welt sUchlng. The
niebhbor'f cofteemaker "Michigan Coat" is double-breasted and sports leather buttons
party
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for those who knowing
time? few
one more Drop a gift
hints or torn In your trading fashion trend

stamps for one of your own.

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TOWELS..3/1. Are you getting the most out
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combinations create Ihe latest It you have youngsters shoe them back to school this tall to
tuition took. So to brig lut stylish but sturdy leather footwear. You'll discover new shoe
TMtimr MAID ALL HAVOII year! clothe up to date wp- collections for school-weu fresh and unhackneyed, reedy to
GRADE "A" Di 1 Dr. QUICK FROZEN Irate your matchint outfits and make the return to blackboard and books easy to bear.
: W D 1ROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS ICE wear top from OM outfit with, Boys and girls will find Fall
2 M.1 1S.
MILK e=.. skirts or slacks from another. '61 footwear appealing to many leathers, are old favorites
Instead of skin
with
| a areca a ways notes Leather Industries sporting a new air-thanks to
green .catcr..trJ it with a red. of America. new squared toes plus other
They'll like their
blue or gold one. Instead of a
: : ;= polka-dot blouse with a solid 'comfortably full toes, snappy Innovations. These Include
JHii'-3i ,'/$ color skin combine it with a American leathers, gron-egs studded straps or brass strap-
10 us t ur
e4. striped or plaid iklit. Voull high-cut lode Among the liveliest tips wide stitched straps,
Potatoes 3/l.Pies..2/l. find your clothes treat M dull: leathers decorating the spectator detailing, and extended -

QUANTITY arms.... aOUVtO-MUCa GOOD THRU itft t **.. .. after all! school scene will be these textures leather soles. The soles onchildren's
.w s.-w..r p g tiniftm jffjcum mrtu it tt> +l M*>M-iri limn-iitai *
Q. My Saluriayi .r. tad! and finishes: smooth, shoes should be

HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE Beans.... 6/l.Corn.....;.4/l. Mother makes BM help. with grained antiqued, brushed, leather to provide proper flexl"blllty -
kouwwork while aQ my girl waxy glove, split cowhide and and support underfoot
friendt |. I* 1M school ball real patent leathers. There's a dashing jut! out"
.aa.sr.we SiuMt or 4o..Blowa to a movU.UlUtfair There's a lesson leather look to the latest leather oxfords

? parents have learned over the and ties that malt hem
jj POTATOES 20 : 89 A. Ifi fair for you to help! years: 11'. the best foot coverIng ideal accessories for Itlssy's
US NO 1 RUSSET POTATOEiBAKERS All you need U a little' change to existence for children. school outfits. Spiffy spectator-
in Khedule Can you set IO I.. as well ties come smartly parted to
as adults. Onto leather
CORN 10 .... 69 : of your chore done at other has both the natural 'breath- ,dual-leathered tnmtilrnMnni;
10 69 tune during the week to free
r r..rr torn of your tune oo S lur-' ablllty" to keep nimbi feet as smooth with patent leather,
day? Try using all the abort. dry and comfortable all day,and brushed with embossed leather,
POTATOES..4. <' cut you can and stilt set the moldahlUty to oracle and etc. For strictly sporty costumes
UL 59 the Job done.well. JUeen-Upt support feet to unique"custom there are soft: casual ties
disposable dusters can be used ized" fashion.With UJ5"know- to brushed and glove leather,
for a days dusting and then .how" to bring superior tanning while pretty leather oxfords
NECTARINES 4uL$1 thrown away. If you show and shoe-making mu to the with appliques or cut-outs on
RED TOKAY OR WHITE SEEDLESSGRAPES Mother you're willing to help raw hides and skins,the American their vamps may lace win soft
are sew q w her with household work aheil
shoes turned out each floopy ribbons. Traditionalists
probably be happy to let you year will be happy to know addle
CELERY..2/39' 5 '1 1innDiKie are the finest footwear available.
meet your friend on Saturday for youngsters. oxfords are also around and
when the works all done!
j The pre-teen miss steps along thriving
Q. My dry-dcaabt tip***** the return route to school to A prized possession utmost
CARROTS. 229t. last jtar wen ..tr $S/,mat to- dandyish, high-rising pre-teeners the leather moccasin
slip-ons
dud ag iHrraHoat. There mot which
nippy ties and str continues to enjoy
.. MMM way to rat tort. -JIItIDpS-
done to an eye-popping assortment popularity. Tops to moos are
., A.There W Wash everything of leathers and Color. the penny mac, the beefroll

osw s A s t J EXTRA EXTRA t.Yon : I'I'I I EXTR I i.a XTRA raw'iiti XTRA or I sraYwsia washable. Sweater moat often Primary pet la the raised- moc, the hlgh-tongued moc,and
r + look better when washed with tongue slip-on, usually to the moccasin touched up witha
t.n, 1.1.. .WIwl. a cold-water: toap. Many type smooth floe-pained bit of brass.These are crafted
t. a I .. so. 3 1.., irassnIv t.n tin..rM.I of fiber gain extra bounce and waxy or
wr: wr..a. sew. ,. rww S a. patent leather principally from
glove
M N a fluffiness after toap-and-water with anHqnin. ,grained,
tudsms Clean wool clothe in often used to the finish. As waxy and antiqued leathers
the new do-k-yourself dry- added style features there are Leather boots.will be blooming
cleaning laundromat Alteration monk-straps, parts. goring this tall and winter-to the
Beef cost are slashed by buying kitties, or brass trim to the classroom, the play ground,
ftr'usnAJchoice clothe that fit weU. Raising or form of rings, underlays,buck- around the home. In height,
lowering hemline should pre.. Jes or bars.Strappumps. these boots range from above
err asveI tent no expense do them In a full span !of ankle to knee, with most at mid-
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ba'a to get up'early-but they usually do...they don't ha's J' f' "" with their drinks. That's why Spanish peanuts are one of the best
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out to play...and they have plenty) of time for leisurely ...:\.. breakfast-but they usually don t want to take the time for it. .... extra zip to the barbecue and stand alone gracefully when you add
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good breakfast of fruit or Juice, milk, cereal or eggs and .' .
'bread A* a special summer treat, serve up a breakfast that .., adding Spanish peanuts to foods or m; :1-, thrr with sptccs for
ran be eaten on the ro..either hot or cold. Pile milk, in theform #,1' snacks, you'II soon rain the reputation of bri ot the nuttiest -
of ice cream, fruit and cereal; or scrambled eggs into .. ./ and gracious-hostesses around.
an ke cream cone,and watch the kids die I In. ,. .. i
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Makes hamburgers
.t 2 the ground chuck I teaspoon salt
4 /, 'Of 2 Cllt U teaspoon pepper .
4r I small onion chopped 2 teaspoons chopped\ parsley\
I clove larlfc chopped H cup melted butler or marprlneI
cup finely chopped Spanish pesnutsCombine
.. t I> chuck, eggs onion girlie, silt, pepper and pinley Ship meal
Into g patties about H inch thick. Bnnh patties on both side with malted
butter Roll patties In chopped peanuts.' Put remaining butler Into a large
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&"ic skillet and brown both sides medium
patties on over heat. Lower heat and
1 '. .,-. continue cooking until meat b cooked Jo desired degree of 41_ Serve
1 on toasted buns with ketchup or re hit

: ( "There'* nothing new under the ann" I* never so true at If ft ,,< eMgrMj. r .yCLmpspr when we Hart on that aummer-salad hunt. There are juat so with bomemakinc for two man-sited I Jobs, branch Is aa Ideal
state for baa U ft special treat. ILta me coin. many fruits end so many vegetables...and they Ve been com- nmuual tnars deliciouslydifferenter'e
For aa
In ,.'. way to entertain. eye-opener
AlMitildJ every pOlllble way So,what to dot U.
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tines fruit )tale* with California Qmmmne and sliced pre. tip ruby.red color end tangy-sweet flavor with Wake-Up Angel, made with frown concentrate
I 1 1 served fcunKraets or other trait. Glasses of tbc same spukl- those adaptable producU, cranberry juice cocktail. end ran- for ImltiU"organft juice and lemon Instant pudding._
J'f a lug via,wen chilled, accompany the tenths dinner. salad you'll.weelcome- and here an.are three temptlnc end alp treat to that

+ will add that special gourmet touch to your summer meals ,Givii| A Iride's LIIC.1Sir

Chicken In Basket CRANBERRY FROZEN FRUIT SALAD
Combine I package (IK ...) atrawbemr-flavorcd whipped* ,. T.ls. SH'I' Newlmi
dessert mix with S tablespoons augir Add H cup cold milk and This superb recipe for Seafood Newburg la Ideal for Intimatebride's
an
I. whip until mixture la very thick. Add H cup cold water end
Meets Most Needs whip for t minutes or until mixture la smooth and slightly luncheon or for the Wednesday club group Serve It over
thickened Chill I 10 minutes Fold cup cranberrr-orange toast with asparagus or green pea and a tossed aalad
.relish, t cup diced peeled bananas; and j H cup finely chopped Seafood Newburg
nuU. Spoon mixture Into 6 Individual molds lessee until Arm.
For Special Dinners Loosen edges with a sharp knife,unmold end serve on a bed of V* cup margarine Vt cup dry ahrrry
salad greens with mayonnaise and additional cranberry-orann S UMrspeone ours tUrck I egg yolks, slightly beaten
relish, if desired IIfupootI lilt I n.,. C1It ap cooked
Want to enjoy yourself at your vn party? Chicken U A RAINBOW FRUIT SALAD t traapooai paprika id*.... meat ? mD
Basket U especially salted to the hostess vbo wants to Jots Dart cayenne meal *r cleaned
J Arrange the fruit on a aiming platter In row to I tight cream cooked
cups
user pasts In the run since It Involves a minimum of locilDff resemble a foUo..lnt! cored, diced and sprinkled with shrimp
ir7'r. s things back and forth from UM Kitchen. The mesa U ft slm- cranberry juice = talrprl-.. oranrea,peeled end cut Into Melt margarine In eaucepan. Blend In corn atarch,salt, paprikaand
r R pit OM but wonderfully UU sfytag. sections; 4 pineapple slices., drained and cut Into quartern Scups cayenne. Remove from heat. Gradually stir In cream. Cook
IIQT BREAKFAST IN A CUP seedless I rrren grapes; S cups blueberries or pitted I and over medium heat, stirring eonatanUy, until mixture comas to
Fried Chick** JUkes i 1IaJId- eondt and thirds. Tbtrt'i no-. halved purple pluma Put bite-alse piece* of green* between boU end boUt I minute. Reduce heel. Gradually stir la 1herI').
't a+e mUlt, game IhoIrtA&Imlodtvidtrlbad- thing more appealing .ffpernipi the rows and around the platter.Chill until ready to serve, Mix Blend a little hot mixture Into eggs then aur ell Into remaining
bats each plly-Dipklned baa Cora Tot-r-Cak f. I k, I Cup pour cream with' tablespoons honey, U cup cranberry hot mixture In saucepan. Add selected erafood. Heat, but do not
W U.IDOOB salt Juke cocktail end H cup cranb fl')- ran,. relish. Spool ever. boll using chafing dlah. If dcalred. Serve over tout or la toast
D*.hftrund black pepper kit lain eMutt to accom- butttrtd with ft whlcptr of ctr- each Mrvlnc. cup Make l to S aervtrum. _
U sop shred 'I'OC'Ameriran rll..M (S ounces) modals not lacy DM ctkk. ry or Oregano Tut thus
i (t-o ') MmWntos sliced,drained bit lot csrryWtteredTaoal'Con and orFor
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CHICAGO (NPI) Did k. MIAMI-(NPI)-The recent
Winston Is letting used to I It 'five-days 31st annual conventlon -
helm first. 1'. of the National Funeral
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Firsts started coming his way .Directors and Morticians Association -
when he was a high school s I in Sheraton Four
tract athlete IS years ago. His t seeywtse .... .Ambassadors Hotel, saw the
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weeks most recent ago when one he came elected a few to '. .,.."_.. -.. ... :{ :: .'contributions.organisation to.make three sizeable civil

the Board of Education at suburban 3 555 55 rights and educational grog
r Park Forest in S 1 The contributions went to the
Richard D. Winston, 32, Is a 5 United Negro College Fund and
Metro, the first black man to the NAACP. After Rev Ralph
become a member of District! C; ? 'David Abernathy took time out
163'S school board. from pushing the Poor People's
Winston is a micrographics t protest before the Republican
sales representative for East 1 a Convention to attend the NFDMA
man Kodak Company In Chicago. 1 4 -.a5' ':' aq meeting, t donation of $1,000
As such", he establishes complete was collected and given to
SIZES CHILDREN 1/2 To MISSES SIZE 11 WIDEGUY'S business systems for ;* S' &

corporations, service organl- Eluted president of the
I GAL'S fOOTWJAR'UN. rations and agencies that haveIncludes funeral directors was Charles,
the Illinois Central Law of Baltimore. Returned to
MIAMI AVE. US FIT FEET **<** "2-7M2J Rallr old and the American the office of general secretaryfor
Medical Association. his 21st year was Robert
P H. Miller, Chicago.Site .
\ a; y.p
i ., of the 1969 meet will be
! the Regency Hyatt Rouse, At
k lanta. The board of directorswin

r @WJ1r1]] !r @mI1)l) -. .-- --'- -..- Ohio,be and meeting the executive In Cleveland board,,
in September, In Chicago.
Three of the first tbwafd' Bound college graduates discuss graduate work In computer science after receiving a degree., The mortlelan-of-tbe-year
their future plans with Florida AIM University professor Mrs/: in mathematics. The young adults all come from poverty backgrounds award went to Robert H. Miller
Freddie R. Groomes, far right The students are from the left.. that qualified them for u anti-poverty educational of Chicago, and Mrs. Elisabeth
, AOVlt"UMIH' Miss Patricia Bruton, whose degree Is in speech therapy;* pre-eouege program Upward Bound, sponsored by the Federal Copeland, received the woman-
Rochester Johnson, who worked a solid 32 months to receive a Office of EconomicOpportimlty.ReEvalaalhtQ -de-year award.
, teaching degree; and Miss Betty Muse, who plans to continue
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Harry Belafonte recently -
k44j was cited for his "con
tinuing cause of Interracial
.II tI C..' when the Chicago
H j jI Catholic Interracial Council
,. 111111 1 presented him with a special
I award for bis civil r1&ttswort.
I The award was presented at
a reception la the Pick Congress
7wi Hotel before a large audience
that bad lust attended a benefit
concert be I bad given for the
j CIC at the Auditorium.Theater.

AJ 551fr !! !, STARS GALORE

NEW YORK (NPQ 'The
third annual New York Jest.
I Festival in Downing Stadium
iwL I 011 R&Dd&1Ia Wand was really
':4I WA a star-studded affair. Famous
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PAUL'S CARPET WAREHOUSE has Miami's newest showroom and C N S I entertainers appearing on the

over 2,000 rolls of carpet in stock. Paul's is Comaros null warehouse 'Jb \gj &a ; program Dick Gregory Included, Miriam Ray Charles Makeba,,

outlet in So Florida and the nationally advertised 599) Comaro 'Wind- Ditty GlUcspie. Ahmad Jamai,
fall' is on sale for 17.00 Sq Yd in a choice of 18 colors Another Co Arthur Prysock and Brother
) maro favorite is 'Forever Yours' a regular $698 embossed 301 Nylon Jack McDuff

\; Pile Carpet available in 10 colors for only $4.88 sq yard All carpet is STIfSOORESCHICAGO:

First Quality and can installed, padded and finance at a very low cost (Nfl Saxophone

rt f Why pay more Come to PAUL'S at 31 N.W. 23rd Street or .. t 1 virtuoso Sonny BUtt
t Phone 374.84 J5 Daily 9 to 3.30 Sat, 'til 1 P.M; I 'closed out suceeulu1enp
} 1 1 .1 ment at Old Plugged NJckel
Night Clib recently. SUtt,
j I always a big vavorlte here;
jI planed .to nightly throuns al anus.

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i NEW YORK (NPI)-Rock
.a "n Roll entertainer Little
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. Modern Free and Accepted Masons of the World lac, and "Mutual Self-Help": program and. "scheduled worksnops Richard proved be was still one
members of various lodges from around the country made throughout the country to Inform its officers and members of :;of the leading crowd pleasers
Nassau the site for their Supreme Re-evaluation Workshop their, roles in this effort Raleigh N.C. will be the scene of the- .in the nation when more than
Members of MFAMW are presently engaged tn a giganticFLASH next workshop set for September 13, 14, and IS at the Sheraton '5,000 fans thronged the Schaefer
: Sir Walter Hotel. Lee f. Wootea Is Supreme Grand Master. Music Festival In Central re-
1I S seoUl to bear and see him.
\\,'\\\'III' $ Richard sang played the piano
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Fret and Accepted Masons
4 and virtually acted out his songs
on stage. His costumes were

Pin lug Workshop Meeting fabulous.

r BABY-DOLL STARS AID CORE
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CAGE Lee F. Wooten Supreme Grand Muter of the Modern Free and CHICAGO -(NPQ-A comber -
of
Accepted Masons of the World Inc, announced this week that outitJ.lldqperlODl1We.
Dr. Welters the organisation will hold a Workshop Conference In Raleigh Including MViralprom1DeDtu-
SWIM SUIT : N.C.,September! 13, 14, and IS. tertainers"Black Summer participated In a.
Festival"given
I :, \\i All sessions will be held in the Sheraton-Sir Walter Hotel '
by the Chicago Chapter:
Wonderful Tooth PowderA Modern Free and Accepted and utilized by our membersand st CORE at the Sunset ballroom
6.94 Masons of the World Scottish U a means of providing recently. Among those appearing
Rite Affiliation was organized Jobs for our people. Modern were vocalist Kay JarretL
November I, 1t111n Alabama Free and Accepted Masons feel "Guitar Red" and the Dave
It Yur Fulfill Irif Stan irSttJriis
I The present national that self development and self Henderson Quartette
leak like a "lIvln( doll" In [headquarters 1s located In Columbus ''help ist the key to the black man's- <
this crisp eyelet lace trimmed r stun Mil Si (Ink Fir It Ga, with lodges In 24 also M a soloist Miss Harris Michigan NAACP
swim suit, with the "puk-a- tara states, Nassau and the Bahamas to play a major role la this
and the organization Is in the future. -
b.." back. This cheery, .
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of for a Previois Opens Six .Week
negotiating
checked In Ice .... process workshop>> conferences
cotton comes "bon't. Your Hair"- charter In West Africa this year have been held
Lose
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W' cream colors of luscious lime, The Raleigh Workshop Conference in Miami Florida Jackson Voters Drive
pretty pink, beautiful blue. Use will open with a "Get Mississippi; Columbus
Size 30 to 36. Acquainted Social", Friday, Georgia and Nassau, Bahamas. LANSING, Mich.-The NAACP
VAL'S ) September IS, and business Michigan State Conference
ONE SUPER-CM has
.,. THIS IS JUST -.. I sessions begin Saturday Sep-, Charges Against' launched a six-week campaign
OF THE MANY STYLES -. .:It'1 .j tember 14 at 9 a.m. with an to register 25,000
new
ON SALE AT THIS ,' Hair Conditioner Awards Banquet scheduled for Tens Concern voters 10 countries. Negro

LOW, LOW PRlal'! Saturday evening.Supreme Mrs. Nancy Waters, executive
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I \ I 3 Irrlhs SnpplY-Otrf $1.50 Grand Master Woolen DALLAS, Tez.: -(NPI)=The assistant to the state
I i Indicated that Modern Free is NAACP plans to file the first Conference President, U
I -r : j presently engaged In a gigantic series discrimination general coordinator of the drive
.. 'S \ Order Direct program of Development charges against Texas!nit ri-, which will Include the cities of
I IJ.C.'s and SeU-Ilelp. By pooling the meW, a local firm headed by Flint. Lansing,' Kalamazoo
wr .4 ts1rS .\ resources or the members of Mayor Eric Jonsson. The Grand Rapids,Muskeg Battle
FI "J' lusty Ceater the organization they plan to mayor, citing percentages of Creek Benton Harbor,Jackson.
East Flip SI. .r. build Masonic Temples,Homes black employes! at the firm, Ypsilanti and Sac1Daw.
ir"e1' ,q Supermarkets, Service' denied the charges. According Campaign procedures were
.- 9954 II. Stations Banks Mortgage and to the NAACP, the discrimination announced August 17 by W.C.
)51. Aye. Mi. Fli. Lou Associations and Insurance largely lies In the way the Pat ton, NAACP associate
--- Companies to be operated company upgrades its workers. director of votertr' education.
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Nero Press International'! special feature writer. Leon L.

Lewis, believes that t "A determining factor la the outcome of DOTHUt; Ala; (KIT) the 1961-M Masonte flU !
Die Hart mber national election could very well be a united .. The Prince Ball Grand Lodge, During 19n..., the org ni-
_
Negro tote Taking Into consideration the net that then Is u : P and AM of Atlanta, held its antics provided $8.199.99 in- "
much diversion within the Negro voting contingent, u In any 1961 annual session recently Masoolc-Tultioa Fund scholar' ,

specific. action of oar civilisation,this possibility Is haiy. A. and reported assets of 15,928 ships for 65 students 'la,tea,

A determining actor In the give u aUJB.Senator.but who ,.. .. :' 990.90, and a total membership different colleges, sad
outcome of the November is not specifically identified ..tf of 26.099. "Brotherly Aid" of f4.OSS.00.,
national elections could very with the Negro apse. .. Meanwhile, a new membershipgoal Alabama Prince Han Masonsare
well be a united Negro vote. The Democratic Party under has been set at 42,000. using their teoaomle--
Taking Into consideration the the national leadership of the .Five of toe 17 districts reflected strength to help provide homes,
fact that there Is u much diversion Kennedy Johnson Humphrey" a net membership Increase for jobs and energy for then

within the Negro voting .combine made a Concerted ef-f, .ecCll l1. They have$4,029,832.
contingent, u any other specific fort la all directions: of Justice, t Irene Stir Is 57 Invested la Federal Housing;

faction of our civilization, this. for the Negro, but were unable 'MaaIDlatraUoa, and lS4,59).t,,
'
possibility Is hazy. to influence Congressional Given wrest 99 with the Farmers Home"Administration. :

There Is definitely, and more action la this direction effectively \ ; .
10 this year than; any other and complete Some -- Of Chic, Soldier The Lodge also sponsors a '

election year, a divistveness Democratic governors, including 50-unlt rent-supplement housIng -:,
within the Negro electoral t as to John Connally of Texas, r CHICAGO -- A Bronze project for poor people tavCiark .'
whom we could throw our support have,greatly enhanced Negro Star and two Purple Hearts Ala.
for the best consideration. economic' spectra, and b"'r'd. have been given to the parents Coder consideration Is t hJertaUcxa ,
There Is only one determining to influence his political participation of a SouthsUe medical corps of aa Economic Study;
factor to be considered ia oar' ia state affairs. But man who died while trying to Commission saying that ''SacIa'a
choice that would certainly be this has principally been In save lives la Vietnam. Commission could compile
agreeable to-all facets of tiltNeP' the South. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Walker, and organize various types of *
electorate. This wouldbe Even, under Maddox, the who live la the Robert Taylor economic Information from
Justice, In all phases of. Georgia Negro has teens sharp Homes were given the medals government sources and other '
national endeavor. Who can best opcUmb in political recognition, II earned by their son Julius,Jr., wise, and that this Information
lead and Influence this JusticeIn ADd Negroes,actually made IS, killed last May t. would be readily available to '
government procedure some political gains Alabama I' The soldier a corporal with our members and to the public 5
We have to take Into practical under the governorship of the the medical corps, assigned to under conditions prescribed by"
consideration geographical late Curleen Wallace.:-' 8.i the Ninth Infrantry Division, the Commission." Montgomerywas
aspects of the parties and their In all probability the Democratic was killed when U amphibious selected as the 1969 Grand !
respective candidates. Left. Party will come forthwith '..' vehicle la which be was riding Lodge City. S.J. Dennett of,
look at th.p&rUea'perspeeUn.ID aa acceptable coalition of ...... m the Mekong River Delta was Birmingham was reelected I
those states that' have Republican forces that will offer the Negro hit by enemy Ore. Grand Master
governors, both In the'! the best choice. But II -

south and made other decided climes"economic.Negroes Negro leaders are groping with y01, IIN'1) im fi ci TO TIM TI .ET :
have their heads la the sand for a ,
and social gains, but very little means of proving to the Demo- James E. Queen community relations coordinator for Humble iDA convention ia Houston. Benefiting from the check were
political gains-except In cratic Party that they are dissatisfied Oil 4 Refining Company'sNew York offlce.second: from right, '"' Charles Lee Ross, left, a student at Howard University Dental LOW PRICES
'Michigan and Pennsylvania, with its put record. presents a $600 check to Dr. Frank Cfcownfig, president of the. College, and Junlons L. Taylor a student at Meharry. Dental
and Florida
Arkansas To effectivelyagcortour National Dental Association, to help defray tr..el1nlaDd1odl1Dc College
Nice, who ls stateless Inrealtty over-all hopes and aspirations expenses of two dental students who gave presentations at the
can point to no contribution politically, we are forced to STORE NEEDS
to Negro political back the Democratic Party DRUG
_nUo g. Massachusetts did D& GIIaUJ. Oa the other hand, FAMU's Wo k-.Study Officials, Woolworth Company
from a state and local level '
President Johnsoi Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store
perspective we would play

Sees Heed Of .candidates It against: smart Democrat to,,who support offer evasiveness Republican a choke ;/' Makes TwentythirdGrant WE PAPERS WILL We MEET deliver.ANT We also PRICES HO all ADV.Doctors, IN YOUR Prescriptions.: LOCAL


More Physician For Instance, la Texas OOP

BOIBTON NPORecruit Eggtrs gob malarial Is much candidate more'prefer Paul To UNCF Dixie Pharmacyi i i

meat of more black people for, red than Preston Smith And
the medical profession bttewrt4' COP'S Jim Collies, far e ''NEW YORK For the fifth consecutive year the F.W. Wool-

by President Lyndon B.. Congress and Joe Klrvla for worth Co. has made U extra gift supplementing its regular 1312.. KIMS. IOAI ,AT MYRTLE :
Johnson. the state legislature are better contribution to the United Negro College Fund.

Addressing the National Medical for Negro aspirations than their The company made a regular Fund," Mr. KIrkwood explained Phil J5J-55I i
Association, Mr. Johnson Democratic ccu arparts. contribution of 15,000 and a "offers private Industry
noted that there U only one The problem here Is that the, i 5r A' supplemental. gift of 2000. It and, the private cttlsea aa opportunity i
u YOU tun
mi AMITEUPIHE.illU
doctor for every 8,000 Negroes., Negro must sot be Inclined to was the XJrd consecutive year to help disadvantaged ,.' ,
compared to one doctor for hitch his wagon to M overall 6 'WooIworllllluWOrttei UNCF young mea and women achieve I \
each 170 nu... party star, but to vote his with u anneal gift economic equality through" ,
"This U a tragedy,** be sail .conrtctioa a It|orally on ..' lI Robert C* Klrkwood, board educational attainment and at AMU n'IJ.'

That U an Indictment of our f ...91J ..chalrnaa and chief executive .kete create
same tifM. a
pit "
entire wduearJatsU syat.lte'"We 1. r,1', ,:% '1 oncer of .wooiworta who lit FeservolrflTTiFpIy th1ICOUDIt7' '
mast recruit more year was chairman of UNCFs.corporate need tor more and ?tliefc1ct't
talented Negro students for he( Hick(' Exudes gifts committee more college-trained people lathe in
Medical professions. We must
1 praised Individuals andcorpor- ahead."
assist Institutions to educate : ations for producing la 1967 years
To Iii Towns la addition to supporting>
more Negro doctors,.dentists, I the largest annual Increase lathe UNCF Woolworth awards full
nurses, and techt clau" 5 Find's history,
college scholarships annually
Negro professional men, be Is DtcliilMWASHINGTON "Our extra gift this year" through the National Merit
said -must be your brothers' 1 be said, "is intended to emphasise Scholarship progrram.
keepers.1 These people "must -(NPQ-The the growing demand for
provide the kadership. t e eOnlss Bomber of black people moving '(' talented young mea and women]
to big cities is declining according -. ..:r p...
and eCNf'1.1't-U4 you t. la business and Industry and DOES
may have to pitch la a' few, to a report submitted'to .._--_. .. .. ,;the Important role UNCF plays AIR POLLUTION
dollars. President Johnson. The Florida AAM university MuiU-uccnpaUonal Cooperative la helping Negro students prepare IRRITATE YOUR SKIN? N 1
Tbs study would Indicate: a'' ,Work-Study Project held Us annual student government election <
Fkkife Sworn !II ,.reversal of NeP'ota'lI11cr'at1oG..frora recently. The following officers were elected: First row O-r) themselves of these opportunities.to take advantage DM"IIN,1D.INIII"T:'::',/::.IM..,.a...adN Mf.lac MIIw.ear."...:....MIM
Southera rural communities Carolyn Lewis, treasurer, Crestviewj Ruby Jones assistant UNCF supports Institutions _.to IM .w..wmaI.., kMHIWUMCM
As Ambassador To to Northern arias secretary Jacksonville; Scott Motfett, president. PensacoU located Is kKM lrnw>4.a1w1Nv. ,kMtM*
of learning .
higher Urt ko
areas la search of better )orb Vera Newberry secretary Perry. Second row,Q-rJ Fred Jones. 12 states. .u*** .lKM,,.>.M'.t(1 mat., *.**.-,'"'. .'*!(
Nigeria. Repiblic and less cI18erlm1Dat1ora. 'chaplain, Apia Jones,sergeant-at-arms,Albert Fleming second Mr.' Klrkwood pointed out that (km.Mil .lUcllM"iiutMl Cn.UUII*T'*'HUM MLMU'I
la 1M6, 11.1 mUUon Negroes, vice president, and Douglass. Cherry, first vice president, all .I,IC tUNCF raised approximately .. ./
l ttfM tk ew1N5e'W "r
WASHINGTON-(NPQ-Dr. t "
of Live
or N per cent of the entire Oak. $100 minion over the lad two rcetnlt4tftt IW IN
Samuel C. Adams, Jr., a graduate Negro population lived la the \ M : lace. meallw.bwas
....
"nl .
decades to e4uf* .
expand Ill "icl **'u. >' .11'
0( Flak tblveratybaahaa cities This year, the. figure is scholar _..nt W Ik* ,." ..... ...-
,non In u M. Ambassadorto Hospital Workers StigeMirriie programs and bolster Ad01q.:, 'a'N.' :1 =
11.1 million, or It'per cent :::: ; ;
the Republic of Niger. of the total Negro population, ship aid and for improvemente oils..... fa I.,.. cle..Id1.N"... Nt..... ....... I
to libraries andotbertacUlUes. .tlwa ....... 1
A resident of this city, becomes according to the study,compiled Oi Li. Stittoi More than 2Oneedy students tNt I..aM"1._"..II...". hICk'1M '-'II .....
to his new post after I* ramnrtm ..I.dbI.mw.N c"rtlil" i
by the census bureaa and the : .
last These W.15.1w Hk
serving three years as bureau of labor statistics. NEW ORLEANS (NPI)-A every respect, was staged by were funds helped la addition year.to direct D "IHH ."CU.." ILIACISCET wctr'I I
director of the mAID Mission OtIIer Channel 26 (WWOM-TY) in Us were CIUMI
f1IId1Dp: real, live wedding legal in grants made to institutions as
to Morocco. .
The percentage of black people Saturday Review program, em- HEADTOTOCPROTECTION i
From mi to 1964Dr.Adams. living la poverty has dropped White Jackson coed and produced by veteran a result of UNCF efforts. ;
"The United College
was the chief representative of from 46 per cent la 196 to radio and television producer- Negro ..1u5N1w..c.11.Nwkal..a. '
the International Cooperation 43 per cent DOWiTII YMCA Blasted announcer O.C.W. Taylor. I MM M IUCUU"kMi |.Kf.M UM U kMt t>t*.Nl.wWNN *"'*-
Administration; (CA) and its e average Negro family The wedding performed, CHABCB ACCOUNT 1M iiepins /.."... **> *...11. .M/.. wkl fo, .1
successor agency AID, at earns but 59 per cent of what For "Rice Bias under the direction of Rev. 11.babu MalL the average white family earns; Morris Burrell pastor ML ..elcC..IN aI.. +oa1 p.ea.sa I
served also In Saigon, Compared to whites Negroes NEW YORK-The national Zion Baptist Church tied the "
Phnom Penh, and U Lagos, till are more tai three times. office of the Young Men's. 'knot for the former Miss Beverly
Nigeria. u likely to be la poverty twice OirlsrUa Association was Marie Tosey, sad Make it perfect.
Dr. Adams was appointed U. u likely to be Jobless, and urged recently to correct the, Randolph Netter both employes
8.. representative to the Fifth three times as likely to die la (HMTmtn| ry practices Of Its at Hotel Dlea Hospital.b SEAFOOD CENTER .
Special Session of the United infancy or childbirth. downtown, Jackson, Miss., addition, the bridal couple
Nations General Assembly in More than half the black people branch. and members of their party 4 N MYRTLE AVr PH EL 4 Mil

AprlL" 1M7.Adia. ia Northern cities live ia poor roster B.' Current director were guests on Taylor's Time a11 ,
PORMIDAILI.it.lta
areas of NAACP branches and field for Breakfast and Time for THIS' WtlKt TROUT I
Powell I'OUI I SACK fllLO
The number of black people administration. said that the Company Show, guests of 'fLOUHDU
working la professional, semiskilled Jackson unit had not acted onapplicsHons Portia's Restaurant and F. a 101 mureNUUCI ill..t..4 Amwrti 69 !
Wins Slay liCoiteHpt and clerical Jobs has for membership Strauss and Son, at the restaurant 1 La... Hw, C MAMCIOVISNAPPER ,

skyrocketed since I960 while flied nine weeks ago by 2ft. and were transported w.* CMIsum 39 CATFISH
Cm the Buabar of Negroes working Jackson Negroes.a to and from the studio ia limousines / IIUMUKttlUI 1&I syC I
u maids and at unskilled jobs a letter to Leo B.,Marsh, furnished by the a KINCFISH I
NEW YOOXNPIA4aa'Clartoa '' has'sparply dropped. assistant executive director of Loilslaaa Undertaking 59C i
'w. !'"'- w 'w a STEAKS
the National YMCA Current Company. .=
Powell has won another .1.I :.N.5 ds..w N. w
.round ia sis battle to stay oil. New OfltHJ said that "the Negro YMCA In Among the valuable presents rtUH FLORIDAGREEN -
of Jail. Jackson is located la a house which the bride and groom received
A show-cause order signed and has no facilities nor programmatic u a result of their video LOBSTERWMtkM! lb.A..I. 5130'
Piper Mil Ordered fan :, Q .
by Chief Justice FaM of the activities comparable :wedding were a matched pair t-.aw
State Court of Appeals has to the downtown YMCA." of wedding rings a 16.000 paid .. eiT I
CN.a !
Tidies ,
granted the ousted Congressman To. Stop Charles Erers criticised the '" life insurance policy for one STEAK FILLET lb. 89'Ctov. 4;
a hearingonaformer, NEW ORLEANS (HPT) National YMCA board's policy year', and many nrioulmerdwId1ae '-M

decision: by the Appellate Di- Aa cod to alleged racial discrimination of panting complete autonomyto certificates. .. ....
.
WM
CMfcUl l S
Us local branches oa racial
vUlon July 11 which upheld his at Crows Thirty -two 180
60-day Jail seatesce for ZeSerbach Corporation'sPaper policies and the efforts of a Scholars CRABMEAT Ib. sEv -

ofimimi fqnt inp{ of court. Mill la Bogalasa, La, YMCA field representative to Jail A&T Ficilty __ ertriM < -
The show-cause order m'served has been ordered by VS. Disi resolve the issue.. I $1.25 Pint $1.50 Pint I
on Raymond Rdbla;,i trlct Judge Frederick Beebe.I ,"We do not consider the autonomous '. GREEIGBOR0! N.C-Tbirti tor *.><.... .w Irrwt f
attorney for Mrs. Esther The company was ordered to structure of your or- two persons half of them bold- pNYlwt es.1/1Nl
James a 70-year-old Harlem change Us Job seniority ganisation acceptable lag doctorate degrees, will Join LOBSTER MEAT ",. *3M I SHAD ROE Nt 75C
widow, whom Powell called a system which the Judge found reason for you to say lunds the AiTState University faculty | MlM4. .._ MMvfa4SHRIMP
I t
nag woman" for crookedpolicemen. discriminatory. Judge Babe off aa issue. so vital to the Beginning with the fall w.,.... e/.aw l ,
ordered a new promotion system entire Jackson community," semester LARCE $ *O
A hearing on the thow-awe by which totalplsnt senior- Mr. Evers said. The list released this week by EXTRA FANCY LI. l
order has beea set for September try Is to determine what employes Such a discriminatory policy Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy,university Seagram's Extra perfect marti* pre.Stillll
Drytbe .
UPaweD should be raised or during let ( thud{ president, contains 16 teachers fWt lr(** H Inr 4K<'iiM Maf**** plat"' ffM Mu! 01Uwl' ,
.
is lOW free on parole demoted la cases where oat ri "day isnmlnkable and administrators who bold ( CMM r .: Mtt **.'. Call '.oreISS-02S. ,IIITIUUt COKMH..to.II MIOf Illlllltl III III MlSaSttltil IUUL
pending his appeal. the.competing workers black, I be added. doctorate








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Little Milloi Meets Admirers Little Milton Plus

A&T U. Receives Mthy Tour To Towns


BATON ROUGE, U. -More than one million people>> win see
Uttle Milton in Us current Southern tour and the blues star
X200 000 Grant From
couldn't be happier about It.

"As far u Fm concerned,". The star, h!s guitar and personal .
: Iw said,, "The most beautiful, affects travel In an air

Kellogg Foundation L aspect of show business Is the conditioned, ixhauOeuf-driven.
personal contact a performer 1968! Cadillac Fleetwood, while
feels when bye In dote proximity the .ntoaraP-IO meek am-

GREENSBORO, N.C. AAT State University has received a 1wIt to his fans tt-Unes Is follows in a spacious bus.U"Fly-Im
"And let's face my from clty-to-clty
the W.K. Foundation of Battle : log
from Kellogg
grant of $200,000 "
music and blues is vastly the practical my case, be said.
Creek Mich. yA most popular form of music In
The grant, the largest single in selected curricular areas j IJ1(1 ; rc America's, ghettoes and In the Newark RebuffsMilitaats
gift em received by the University and. Initially, to the School of 1 t\4 South. That's why I prefer
Is to be used over a Engineering. The grant win aid I Southern tours, though I don't
foer-year period In support: of In the development of the Uni 1 : It rule others out," be said. AM!
certain Improvements versity's faculty through As be spoke, the Checker
enrUloned for the university attendance at professional L I recording<< star was relaxing: In
Tikes Literals
la making the grant, Kellogg meetings and through In-1 Ir his top-Door suits in a plush
officials said of ALT, "1be service education Including k hotel here. A dense fog had KPT One of
r NEWARK ( ) -
university periodically seeksto graduate training towards the r seeped over the teeming Louisiana racial mUitant.' tuorltt
Identify Its strengths and doctorate degree. city. the
weaknesses: and todetlse workable Tbe funds were used In sup 'Of course I've' been lucky claims, that they views represent of the
methods for attack upon port of a Summer Enrichment ,and I've got fans In practically sentiments and been disputed
has -
black masses
tht. recurring problems,.apdt Program for Incoming freshman -' every major city In the United racial 1 moderates, who
e four-year Foundation grant students In engineering 'States and In raid-autumn, fU by Model
out winners In a
will serve to further the self and the sciences; to assist the headline my own show In another came Council
Improvement efforts of this university in preparation for tour which will take me from Cities Neighborhood
university. its accreditation jjy the Engineering "Q New York right on through to election.
40 black memberselected
Of the
Council for Profession "
Tbe announcement of receipt California.
of the grant was made at a al Development and topnrchase '. ;fl' Hilton's current tour will take to the S2-member

press conference on Monday by equipment, supplies, books,and ... )1II! him from Baton Rouge and to with council the, about NAACP' S8 are or Identified a non-
Dr. L.C. Dowdy president of perlodlcalstolmplement V"f \ Memphis, Nashv111eTupelo, called Society
the toe had selected curricular areas Miss. Monroe La. Detroit extremist group
mlverslty. grant ,
been confirmed In a letter from Be added that the total resources /'OooJ : Iii Waterloo, Iowa, and Lima, Ohio Takes Action, Rebuilds Today

Dr. Gary King, associate program derived from the drive A .. t ... Jf s sheer energy and the love TART Jones black
director of the Kellogg are to be used to supplementState ..:1, : of performing that keep Little LeRol the fiery
of the militantswho
poet, was one
funds and
appropriated
F 0UIICIatI0IL."ne Milton working 48 weeks a rear
$200,000 gift marks a to care for those costs for I ; I -*lmort all of that time away were defeated. Be received
giant step In the university's which public funds are not available ...T, "" ,, from his home In E. St. Louis, only 21 votes out of 268 cast
campaign to raise $1 million In such areas as: Scholarships toocsmpbel'nodosttbecederdaltractlanhete.. DL in his district
Milton's current tour
through the South. One local fan said to NAACP said It had
during the nest four years," for high ability, but needy The blues star meets with a contingent of his Chicago faa club at the performers "]I'. lucky, that you are working the Regal In 1967, his travels toot him But the half Its slate-18 of
said Dr. Dowdy. The drive, be. students; faculty development stage door of the Regal Theaters, the Windy City's Mecca for Theatre because you are the King of the Blues" Legend on to more than 200 cities This put IS candidates.over Including Miss
gun last February with a gift through fellowships, salary soulful artists, where teens swapped anecdotes and learned of sweatshirts attests to fan's enthusiasm. year, the number win.be moral; Carroll local branch
of $100,000 from Burlington supplements, distinguished than 300. Sally ,
Industries, now has to Its credit professorships and visiting president.
more than $'7JOOOO In cash and scholars; faculty and student CarMichael MaiRtaiis Job James Jackson, owner of a
la commitments to be paid travel; program development Discussing Opportunities television repair shop and bead

within four ,ear.. In the purchase of new equipment Cool After CORE Action -- -- -- -- T.' ,1"1. of START, said the Ad Hoc.
Dr. Dowdy said the Kellogg books andperiodlcalsand I Committee, controlled by militants

funds win assist the universityIn special programs and consultative NEW YORK (NPI) Stokely Carmichael evidently decided M bad managed to convince
federal officials that the
accelerating: its program forfaeutr services and seed money that a "soft answer turns away wrath" when be refused to get
committee the voice of
was
andcurrlcnlum: develop for faculty research projects. Black Power dissociated
Into a feud with SNCC after the organization
ment. wltb particular emphasis itself from him. -r the community.
"It was a myth. They were not
"I still 'regard SNCC highly militant or had moved too far the vole of the community.
I and have never publicly attacked to the left even for the black- The community .knew nothing
WHEN YOU ARE III It," said Carmichael power organization.Carmlchael about the election they h.14iD

Tau Seek The Best Doe- "We have no political or Ideo 17., recently organized r April," be said.
logical differences.' the Black United Front 75 voted In
A Only persons an
When Doctor
tor. Your
t
The ties were broken because la Washington- an organization R April 22 election conducted by
Prescribes Get Experienced ""tt hu been apparent now for having both moderate and militant .. I the Ad Hoc Committee. The
Pharmacists Jo I! some time that SNCC and members. But the front was + federal government ruled the

Fill Prescriptions According Stokely Carmichael were weakened when moderates accused election valid because of

To Your Doctor's moving la different directions" Carmlchael of Insisting YO Irregularities..
Orders. said Phil Hutching-, SNCC: national on being the leader, to tilt' In the neighborhood couch
program secretary. exclusion ofomers.Carmlchael In addition to the 40 blacks,
I. Dee Only Tee Best. C. E. BLACKProprietor Hutching said be made the who became are six Puerto Ricans and six

Quality Druga. announcement with "regret and SNCC chairman when the or- whites. The council win be a
DO pleasure..' gtalzHlon turned Us back on citizens' supervisory organization -
3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You What Carmlchael bad done to lepoo-vlolesce la Us name with veto power! in the
make SNCC break off relations visited "ralCOIIIIUllteouDttlel f.de ra 11,- OIIIO' Model

.......... COMPLETE, LINE OP .... ....- with him was not clear ft daring a world tour Cities program to be admlnlsUrfdby -
seemed that he had become too several Newark.
Later, be marrledott1fAfrku .
Cosiotlcs Rubber Goods Candles Wl RI'AIR stager Miriam Uakeba. RtsirrtctieiCity
The couple was rebutted by the
AUTORADIATORS
Sundries. j Trinidad sad Tobago governments NEW OKLEAJ8 Job opportunities for Negro youth"are dlscexsed by Dr. Vivian tender- 'I.III
la their bid to visit these from left and executives of LorUlard
son, president of Clark College, (second ) Corporation
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED- countries, after Venezuela took during national conference of National Urban League In New Orleans. Lorillard executives,
f $11 95w... .. the same action.TAKI who attended the conference la connection with the tobacco firm's recruiting activities, are As Reel UaltWASHINGTONINPQTwo
1S07 KINGS ROAD 3531279Lilly's ... Joseph W. .Williams (extreme left). manager personnel services; Charles A. Sterling,

........ ... .... .1 manager1 marketing services for the company's national organization: and William A. cities la the works-
Drug Store .IMNIWM...... -.. .M.. ALONG HINTT or1t I Jefferson (far right), LorUlard sales representative for the New Orleans area. Dr. Bender- new are balanced ''III.ton" .
one a racially
... ... Photo Ed
t-" son was keynote speaker at the Urban League meeting. by Bagwell
and the other a permanent
version of ResurrectionCity.
ARLINGTONRADIATOR .II'I'I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'. .

Grove OfChicago's 1 rl'l'EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP 5 IBY A$17S-mUllon plan for buildIng .
Mil MAiCMIC 111 HTT the "new town" at Fort

Does Coca-Cola First 1* NEGRO PKESS INTERNATIONAL S Lincoln was given to the
NatIooa1] Cipini Planning Com
.
have the ,taste MAIN STREET IT gel I ai| II r. bNrir INCALCULABLE HARM IIIuI D. The new city 1s to be

RADIATORMAIN .JJ touts let t fid Ct Settler Fond SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (NP)Textbooks that omit or distort started by early next year.
AT U4Jirfcu 1IFfli
..... thecontrlbutlons "Americans of African, Latin-American, A quality tduca1Iooal program
tired of? sue N I A V 4-4l". |
you never get tku*4 alasJwL Curd Itl I fid duI Jewish East European or Oriental extraction" do Incalculable 'would attract both whites and
UU Cftf Sumft a. M at. ....*... Near St. LOlls harm of children of these backgrounds,declared RicnardE. Risk, blacks to the communtlywbere
..I executive director, Missouri Commission on Human Rights. the schools would be divorced
Is it always ? ST. CHARLES Mo. -(NPI). Speaking to a luncheon meeting of the local Rotary Club, be said, from the city system.
refreshing, iVE TAKE" DEALS) OTHERS REFUSE The grave of Chicago's first An Inadequate treatment of minority groups In textbooks... Poor people u weU as others
f settler Jean Baptists Point da teaches these children that they are secoi4-csu without value earning more than $10,000 a
No *
.Waiting<
!( Do things better 67 MERCURY tOUGAR .". . .$2195 small community not tar from upon Caucasian youngsters u well" services would be integrated

go 68 cAb'if&c COUPE DEVILLE .... ,. ,$5995 St Louis.An Both the "new town" and the
tytfOUt CONTROL '.s 91'mJp.'f WMllL. fLCT-IC appropriate monument for PRAIRIE VIEW GRAD permanent version of Resurrection -
with Coke 'i"r '":Ut *Ioay tA''fSfy0 1.YINY 1 OO? WASHINGTON' NPI) A Prairie View AIM College
i : the black man's grave 1s being ( City will be open to all
66 TORONADot. .. .. .. .... .. $2995 made la Chicago and will be graduate Dr. Preston Vallen, has been appointed acting associate people.
after Coke after Coke? ':'i." un.'NG WNFELQM/ORf [ONItOL. Alt coN01TNrIF officially unveiled dedicated commissioner for higher education In the UjB. Office To be located IllDaUu CountJ,

66 tUpluXc T DR, HARDTOP ... .. .. ..,$3595 by Chicago officials at the of Education. Dr. Vallen a native of Beaumont, Tex, earned Ala.,.on 10 acres of land donated
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wwp8wi E4 SWAY .urL ELm. gravesite on October II. his bachelor's degree at Prairie View In IMS a masses by lit.. Amelia P. Boynton,
65 'AD. nVOO'J60iSPECIAL .. $..995 The son of a Haitian slave, (1935) and Ph.D. W7) In sociology and economics at the the permanent Resurrection
AM RAagrdrl. pow_0.UI"Nl.r fr.tLyoiCW' !'"ACS = Ala Cno1TN1uno. Lots Of' of Wisconsin.
Du Sable settled in Chicago University City-like Anew town"- Ulbe
rub cc o.rK/n sa.IBO,llaoCM3wegMsrad.N r.JOOII 68 CHEvY IMPALA SPORT CPE. $2995 about 1772. He lived there for racially Integrated.
rt T MR' COIIOI'f1Oll. '*CTOt WAR
68 T-RIRD 4-DOOR j4395 It years before moving to Peoria LIBRARY A01ATLANTA Not a "temporary thing. the
RIB CONDIT1 0LOADED:. WIT" &OUI""T., FACT. WAR ill, and finally to St. (NPQ A Ford Foundation grant of $315,460 new Restvectlon CltywUlhavt

68 PONflACMGRAND PRIX .. . .$3795 Charles, where be died In 1111. has been awarded to Atlanta University's School of Library schools: hospitals, houses,
AIR COMOITIONCO. FACTORY WARRANTY JUIT His grave wu unmarked but Science, to assist It la Improving the program and administration factories, and everything else

1I 68 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE ... $3795 thanks to the painstaking efforts of library facilities and personnel. The first foundation that a regular city has.
HAseRDTO/, flfer, WINDOWI..It CONDITION. FACTORY WAR- of three Chicagoans it was discovered grant of Its kind, the grant will enable the school to use$37,410over "What we Intend to do Is to

67 CHEVROLET BKL AIR H' ... .$2193 t next to the grave of a 12-month period for a six-week workshop and Internship build a self-eufljcled community
V tr rl!;""'1C. AlR CONDITIONED. RADIO I HIATf R. POWCR Louis BUnchette, founder of program for iD.senlee1lbrarlanli and$%71,050 for three-year that will be open to

67 PONTIAC CATALINA ... .. .. .. ... .. .. $2895 St. Charles. special purpose study grants for 60 students to earn their anyone:,' said Ray Ethridge,
h icitLELMB'iti.AIt I CONDITION, ILEG I.$289S By coincidence, at the same master's library science. 28, a spokesman for the city's
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67 BUICK 225 E ,ECT .. ... .. ..$3095 NPI A
6OUOVoNS ,' .Chicago's first permanent ( ) December $1 deadline has beta can work as men but Dot for asystem.
i AIR CJNDITIONCO.' COLOR OF OUR MOST IEAUn'VL settler, Frits II. Etienne, decided given to the Prince George's County School Board to draft a Our goal will be love,
66 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE .. .. $21951 to leave Chicago and move plan for desegregating eight schools or face loss of federal aid. not the almighty dollar"
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*DR MTO" AIR CONDITION VINVt INTf RIOR. THI WORKS
,66 CHEVY: SPORT COUPE. $$1995 with his & tt. Involved are Beaver Heights, Glenarden Woods, Island Park
rr H YJ.TlC.rowu: ITECRINO.AIR CONDITION. 'EUenne. a citizen of Haiti and Lakeland Elementary and Mary Bethnoe Junior High; and

65 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE ... .. ., H .$1995' says he was making the move .Fair moot Heights Senior High Schools. Most have 100 per cent Negro Assistant
4 DOOR HTOLOADSO WITH CaUIPMINT.I AIR COND. because he's disenchanted with Negro enrollment.SOPCEAP .
You know it. It's your best 66 BUICK LE SABRE' .... .. . .$2195 the United Sales He was also Court
HARDTOWITH AIR CONOITIONINO. Solicitor
65 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX .. ...... .... .. .$1995 unhappy about Chicago's failure BRIDGE
refreshment buy. AIR OVER 100 AND ALL TNt COOOItl A FROM'h to give due recognition to his RICHMOND, Va. -(NPO-Atwo-sectionprogramat Virginia Is
CARS TO CHOOSE great-great-great-grandtather Union University is proving a boon to high school graduates and Sworn li

Du Sable. college students having trouble with meeting requirements for GREENSBORO, N.C.Walter
R. S. EVANS Etienne, 46, is employed U an college level work. The first part is known u Special Opportunity T. Johnson, Jr.,a 1961! graduated
engineer with the transportation Program SOP), which prepares deserving students to ALT State University and
CohfJ COkCIi.rRRTr design section of C eaCO'. bridge the educational gap which prevents their acceptance Air Forcevesraawurecedly
3rd & MAINEL bureau of engineering. He and by colleges or universities. Its mate,College Education Achievement sworn In as assistant solicitor
his wife, Yolette, will take their Project, takes over after the SOP has ended, to Improve of the North Carolina Superior

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I Jackson College's Tigers Open Big Season With Alcorn September '28 I




Small But Powerful Elder, Sifford', Best Owners of Dolls Foir Players Qualify Fir y;


Fad II Good College AII-AMericM. Teaser :


Dollirs' Golf Jackson State College's Director of Athletics, T.B. Ellis, has
announced a nine-game schedule for the '68 Tiger gridsters.
PHILADELPHIA-Lee Elder JSC compiled a 6-J record last rear This year the Tlgersr
,DOW a national celebrity, and hare.five, ,home! ; games and four'on the road.
Charles Sifford earned money Three major contests-cf the Miss, tips the scales at 190,
la the $100,000 Philadelphia TIp will be on the road:Alcorn, pounds and stands ''Z''. With,
i S ,Golf Classic completed hers September 28Sonthern; University nine Interceptions under his
r Sunday.Elder. October; Gambling,. belt from last ,year he plans
posted an eight under October 26, back-to-back. to get 11 this year. Some cf
per Z80 with rounds of 71-7 The JSC squad will open and his great attributes are: speed,
66-72 to collect $1.15 and close the 1968 campaign at the range and sure tackling The
push Us official tour earnings 46,000-seat Memorial Stadium, .Harrison Countian Is a top pro
i ont 30000. Be also appeared September tl, Prairie View, prospect. Haney said, "Foot
on television for the second Texas, and on November U, ball Is a game cI endurancephysically
time In three neb andblrdled- their arch-rlvaL, Mississippi and mentally. You
two "of the four holes dory Valley State. have to be la shape" Harvey
including the difficult 18th.Sifford Wiley College will be the believes in staying la shape
carded a four under homecoming foe on November the year-round to be ready lora
par 264 via rounds cf ...' 2, at 2 p,m., at Alumni Field. tough season, like the one
75-71 and collected |816.l This promises to to a real that lies ahead
Cliff Brown a black pro from battle, as the '68 JSC grldcters Mason Is (rom Henderson High
Nashville TWUL, made the tt' will be seeking revenge for the School, Starkvllle, Miss., is
hole but finished oat of trae: 1967 upset loss to the "Tan 67", 210 pounds, and caught

monty.PitftfsoiPipi. .Slmond Johnson Park ended a successful summer program with a Doll snow and tames Day Tetans" the most Important pass of the
ikai program. Dolls were presented (or prices Keels Johnson and Natalie Adams von honors for Tickets were placed on sale 67 season, which caused the
Boil t having the best selection. From left to right, contestants were. In the picture above, Opal far JSC home games September upset defeat of mighty Gramb
.. Evans most unique; Shelby Jenkins most beautiful; Natalie Adams, most glamorous, Stacy 1. Tickets for the stadium llng He had aa la-snd-out
i listed For Next Wee Henry most unique and Norms Brown moat talented. Bob Smith Photo games may to purchased bymailing season last year as a pass
directly to the Mis receiver: from the vingback
STOCKHOLM Ississlppl Memorial Stadium. sition.
Bay Patterson -
ot NevYork has signed to Foster GetsKHek.lt Alumni Field game tickets maybe
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Aggies obtained at the Public Re
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meet former European light AOlJounceThreeADay : :
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heavyweight champion Pier OK lations. Office, Business Office
Coach Jake Galtber announced recellt11lb1ldd1Uaa of Del Papa ot Italy on the same'card and College Bookstore .

Montgomery as a line coach for the Rattlers at FAMU.Clarence Be will ftatirlDhls brother Over E. Vick Among the 1968 Tiger crew,'' '. .
fill the gap left by former line coach Hansel Tookes Floyd Patterson. lour players are candidates (or .
who bad
to retire from coaching for health reasons Floyd, former world heavyweight ALBWUERQUE, N.M. .Light College Division AH-American. .
champion vin meet: heavywieght champion Bobby They are: Richard Carter, BRAND NEW

FAMU Gets MoitGery As line World Boxing Association Foster rebounded after a count Richard Barvey, Leroy Mason 1968 VW :
champ Jffly Ellis la the feature Practice Sessions of sit on a first round knock and Jimmy; Cur ,
boot at Stockholm Stadium Sep."mber down and Jabbed his way back Jackson State finished the '67 ,
Coich.TeVtepIice Hnsel Totkt 14. to score a ninth round TKO season with a 6-1 record and j' Lady Bug :
Del Papa Is passing up>> a Teasel Will Face Sosth CereliieOn over Eddie Vick, Providence led the nation la the combined
TALLAHASSEE, Fla When toe Florida AiM Rattlers proposed boot against German toavywelght. In a non-title bout professional Football draft.The SEDANAUTOMATIC : 'i;
reported for practice they were greeted by aa addition to the Lothar Stengel for the European Monday night gridsters art aggressive la
coaching staff...possibly the smallest line coach la college light htavywelght crown; to SeatSMhsr 21 st Heine Foster vas stunned by a sharp their struggle to make the '68 S .
looioau. meet Patterson. He said to right to the Jaw In the first season one of the best ever. STICK SHIFT
"He weighed only lea pounds mery has served as bead coach preferred to continue his ea* GREENSBORO Jf C. There may be i question about how round that sent him sprawling Caster hails from Williamson
lilt vas play Ing be,..."says at FAMO High and Lincoln High rear. a heavyweight the 1961 AT. football team vlll fare during the coming season, on his back seconds: before the High School u UoblU.Ala. He
Rattler bead coach .Jake la Tallahassee. Be earned his but tort Is no question about how hard the Aggies are going toll. Under New Mexico's rules Is "'.", weighs 22S pounds
Galther, "but to vas one cf BJS and Master's degrees from to; work preparing (or the games. which provide that the knock and plays end. He'was the leading j
the best lineman to wear the FAMU. Australia Gets "I cant make any predictions bold our own.t.Hea4IDc down count after the toll, U receiver (or the TIp during
Rattler uc iorm." In 1964 Lincoln vas Big the about what we win do," saUnew the t6 lettermen lame appeared the fight had ended the 67 season. Caster said, :
Clarence (C.A.) Montgomery North Conference champions First Aborigine coach Hornby Howell"butI Aggie camp are A11-C1AA But at count of six Foster "With the success of the team CatlinGriffin-
has picked up a little velght and be vas elected "Coachcf can tea you that we are going. halfback Willie Pearson,defen snapped out of .the blow and I can accomplish any goal One
since his playing days as a the Yeu'lUao"raUcoadl. Boilig Cheap to work bard.' sire halfback Merl Code, raised up. cf those goals Is to be the : ,:
Rattler and to tips the-scales' lat record at Lincoln Is 79-21- Shortly after 65 candidates quarterback Jerome Turner, He recovered (rom the blow, nation's No. 1 receiver." This
today at ISO P IID4I. 10. MELBOURNE, Australia reported for duty August 29, ends Billy Galaes and Don and floored Vick twice In the summer the Autami.worked, Volkswagen :
Despite his sit*, to earned Coaching at Florida AIM vlllto (MPI) Tto current toast ofAastralla Howell announced three-a-day Thomas and running backs sixth round. on getting opea and catching,
honorable mention Ail-Am.rl the fulfillment of a dream Is Lionel Rose, 20, practice seas Ions, beginning Tommy Bins Aaron Patterson, The champion used his right the ban. With this conquered/ INC
can honors &.DeIltd to Rattlers for Montgomery. "I think that who rose from obscurity and with> u eye opener at B:M /.... and Richard Armstrong and sparingly and chapped! at Vick. Caster awaits the start of a : I HO EAST Sih ST. .
to a 30-1 record during his four all former athletes look (or. poverty to tame and fortune The Idea Is not only to beat .guard Jimmy Smallwood. steadily with his left. Vick's long season 3S4.909} .
years, including a t-l season ward to going back wish they 'after becoming the drat abort the but, but to get the Jump eyes began to puff up after the Harvey, a product cf Thirty .. ..
Ia 1947. played their college .ball, but glne to via a world boxing on the ragged nine-game * second round.George .Third High School, Gulfport I
Montgomery will fill the gap, at FAMU Us a Dale more championship. Be defeated .... schedule the Acgies flee this
left by former line coach Baa than UIat.". sahlko (Fighting) Rarada la an.
sel Tookes 'who had to retire.. Het continued /'There .Is a Tokyo, to via the bantamvelght"tanrtfpor Howell said be hopes to begin a
from .Coaching. for health '-gr eaTStdftiu?bire'aMTait ( tt o m e,*hisroff vtrkteoi after' J ,
reasons. proud to get the opportunity to Roe was treated to a motor .NCAA's reqilred period In rt' I 'f
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Considered by many to to oar help carry on that tradition. cade to Ton Ball, given civic shoes Is over. rOTUr 1 4 4I
'of the most knowledgeable You would have to have played reception by the prime minister AAT will open Its season by
coaches la the state, Montgo- football here under Coach Cal and also made aa USE (Mem entertaining strong IC. State. I _p
ther before you can understand her oT the British Empire) by In a night game here September ,
Monfe Irvin Is what I meaa.I ." Britain's Queen Elisabeth. 28. The two teams have not met
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sine 1960.Following I iSr

'First I Negro IB New Wemen Athletes Take 1C. State, the the game Aggies against must -

Leeds take on CLU lOll Johnson C. r
Top Management At Olympic'
littles Smith, Norfolk State, Maryland _
State, Wlnston-Salem. Morgan <
Taw first Negro to reach the All cf tbels Sam's female sprinters the Olympic Games at Virginia, State, and K.C.Col1ep, "
high echelons administration Mexico City In October vlll be Negroes. A Negro the first and national smaU-college ;
in t baseball II Monte Irvin Just women in history to qualify for the UjB.team for the fourth time power Florida AiM.Bernsby .
named by Commissioner uncle Sam's three entries tn _
meters Saturday IIS to maintains the
up
William Dole Eckert to be the the sprints are defending& Olympic st Miss ,.,... Miss Tyus got cautious .outlook be has had
latter's assistant. Thus to Games champion WyonUa revenge In the 100-metersSun slice be became the Aggies'
somewhat becomes another Tyus cf Tennessee State, Mrs. day with a 1.1 clocking. toad coach last March "We
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"First" Jackie Robinson vas Margaret Dalles, a 17-,..,.
Miss Ferrell vas third In both art In dire need of some good /+ vt.
chosen by Branch Rickey to old sensational from Oregon events. big Interior linemen," to said.
break the line In big league and L.A Mercurettes' Barbara
All three vomen share the "We have some good tJacb.1Iwe
Fen ell. ri
basel il.
world's record cf 11.1 In the: can find fast' or five linemen
Irvin has expressed pleasure Mrs. Duties won the 200
100meters.The who are ready to play, ve can
with the appointment. "One of young woman who became'the
Cads Is Back With
my Jobs Is to be on the alert first UJ. entry to qualify Watch' '
for problems and then prevent for the
AlltBti Cared Olympic Games for the .
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them before they happen to
fourth.time Is Miss Will,.
This
said.Inria. Clown
From White the from
Boat With long Jumper
felt that bemijmt have IB Chicago.
made the, majors J at the aged Rico Carry, Atlanta Braves Twelve years ago Miss White. 4'5.: .. .32''

18, except for the. color outfielder, has teen permitted a nurse, leaped 19 Se1,111IInches '
barrier to return to the team after a to via a silver medal 4 I" 32.
successful bout with tuberculosis In the Olympic Games la Mel -
Minneapolis' Olifi.Out Bis doctor's verified the, bourne. '1 M .
permission. He has been Miss White Jumped tl feet .' w
For Rest Of Year confined In the Southeastern Saturday to finish second behind '\ x
Florida Tuberculosis Hospitalat Tennessee State's Marta f
Minnesota MQiNEAPOLB-ST. PAUL laIItana. Watson who posted a mark ottl -.; -...;:. z
fielder
right Tony Be vlll be In
uniform but will 1/4 to wlaaaOlympic Games ,
Ollva, who dislocated his left not play until next spring berth for the fourth time. '
shoulder trying (or a diving "H1a presence will be a big Other black women who quaIl. 54. II15
catch In Saturda,', Twins- boost to all of "
fled
us said
manager for the Olympic Games
Chicago White Sox game, will Lumaa Harris 12 45 II
Though his Team at Mt. Sac over the weekend .
miss the remainder cf the recovery is complete Carry Included.& Sometimes He's t#.Sometimes' a Y. fi f
season vill go la (or checkups. High Jump-Eleinor'Montgomery live Down. Be Adds.Subtracts
OUva hurt tile shoulder trying According to Manager Harris (Tennessee State) and 'He vorks It all around.
to catch a pop fly down the It the doctors permit, Carty Eastelle Bilk wilts (Tennessee .
right field line hit by Chicago's might play winter baseball and StateX400MeterJarvls) t. 223 II
Ken Berry in the sixth Inning. vlll be Invited for spring train Scott(L.A., r
The ball dropped for a double. ing Mercurettes) Miss Scott won t MINQ'1mw:11O 1 S. e : 'ii

the event la S3.8. Her U.9

Taupe U.'s First 111'". registered the best la la the the National' world AAUis this ,Tili11MANS .

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Fettbill Player Is Tf $00-wtaF-Ma4SUDS! Manning
(Tennessee State) andJ. Million Dollar Oil Man JI
TAMPA From all reports 'entire state. He has made all Scott (L.A Mercurettes). : George DixonAs
Leon McQuay the University the minor. teams'la the three Barbara Ferrell set a ner "Man's Days are lfUlll ereci." -
of Tampa's first Negro football years American record cf 7.1 to break. Health and fortune Can Be

player. Is ok. McQuay 1s a As a trackster McQuay the old mark set by Charlotte Yours When You Know Your, Dixon Is a successful American Oil George says, "They're long but happy
natural athlete, strong placed second: la the state meetat Gooden and Barbara Jones by Lucky Days,_ Dealer. His success because of
comes the
hours because I like
.aggressive, quick and fast. Gainesville la the 100-yard one-tenth ell second. to meet my customers...
McQuay has run for the 100- dash. He qualified with .... The UJB. Women's team vllf' Lucky 'Colors way he uses the million dollars In equipment, they're my neighbors and friends."
yard dash la 9.7 second in the seconds.: He also ran the 880 .again be coached by Tennessee: Send 12,00 for; etc;. facilities and products American Oil has put'I
regional track setup. He does relay, the! 220-yard dash and State's famous mentor, .Ed GoJdefor yourBojroscopjt In his hands. One good dealer doesn't
U with the least effort He has the broad jump Temple. make an oil company great

teen nicknamed: "Night Train". He wants to be on the Spartan SEPTEMBER, He makes them work for his customersandtheir ...but, 29,000 good ones I .
Some callhiia "PbaDt "':Authorities team when It wins every game. OG4' T BE A DROi -ouT;' cars are better for it. do.AMERICAN[
at Tampa are glad to Be was offered contracts across Fbl.rn the blank below and i
have him around. the country Inclusive of Notre nail WZODIAC, Post Office,
Be was for three years a. Dame,Purdue., Colorado, LSU. GO BACK TO .&jQ0L.: fax 1171, Jacksonville Fis.NA1IE III''I JiJ J
,kttermaa at Blake High. For VUlanova and Wichita.
'two years to was an all-state He is a 5-U. 193-pounder. TO GET' A GOOD JOB YOU You expect r more from American,and you gal i'.* 'j 3 3r

,In the Negro high school conference He aspires to a career as a STREET t' \ '.
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I' TEETHING tlSfRIBUIOR KANfEDl Sports' P.ite: Signed By Chubby Swllglag'So.lsters

:for Afro-Am Natural Hair
PAIN? Sheen Write Afro-Am, P.O. DOUBLE THREAT Win ABditorim
ATLANTANPI)-Atlanta
Miami
Center ,
Box 96, Edison ,
I Millions,, of mothers reiv baseball fans were treated to -.
I on laky OKA.JEl liquid. Florida. .. a double treat last Friday, .. Rock 11 Roll
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. Put on-piln't Ion August 23 when both bomerun .
y Recommended by many Fame and fortune have come
I ptdntrlclini. Easy to RAPIDTV slugger Hank Aaron andSatcbel "
to JacksonrUle's musical
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uti Brings prolonged Paige, the game's most durable ;
i I rillil. Cirrlii Good pitcher appeared oa the same aggregations., The Swinging
Housekeeping\ warranty SERVICE, at AtlantaStadum.The Soulsters Band, perhaps the
: till Ask phintiKlit for program Aaron city's youngest black rock '..
honoring
Braves were
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\ roll unit.
"Hank Aaron Paige,
on Might
= ora-jel. Financing Available of One of America's greatest
estimated
wbo, at an age
... .PhOM! 3SL-8B34 65, is having Ms second: fling ;;.Chubby Checker; has Jasf
at the majors, was signed by signed this group according to
Braves on August 12. 't Larry Jacobs, their promoter
1 1 and manager, to contract
LACUNA WINS totaling $4,000 per week, In-.
1 NEW YORK-NP1)-Former eluding private tutoring and ..'>
world lightweight champion Is- Umate training u IndlTidual
Phoo* ma.11.qant of Panama scored upon completion of high school.
YOUR OWN HOME 354-6746 a ninth-round TKO over Lloyd Just a few days ago the Soul'

Marshall iN.1I'U'IIrecenU7forilia stems made publicity when they
= ALL BRICXI MCondUadlsonSquareGar: Ptwr 'won the Southeast "Battle of
den victory within five weeks. Bands" at theCtric Auditorium.
He easily defeated Victor t They were the only Negroes
i 3BEBRIIM Melendes in his previous ap- In the contest ,
--" pearance. Not only that-their first re*
Aslow ass _
I cord by Mercury,"There Goes

HOMEf. Mo.MOOaj ST. .It.U PAPEI CI. pT A Fool", win soon be released.
Three of these
DI : youngsters are
I NC An Equal Opportunity Employer e In college The others are in
; 1 V.rna' 81'oNowseo IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR high school Special credit goes
SALES OFFICE at ROLL HANDLERSExperience to Dale Bradwell and Sherman
Just -DIVISION k 20th ST. EXP. ; c -
not ,
necessary.Rich \ \ Washington for music, lyrics
RA PARK School graduate $2.54 per Jar. and choreography.
I Shift work. .Excellent fringe 4 r Having won theSoalbirst
benefits, apply St. Regis PaperCo. 1 ; Battle the Soulsters tie now
I betweeo&M.4PM.Mm.i, receiving more offers<< per
day thru_Friday. )Intersection,; formances than they can: handle.
SISTER BESSIEShe Htcbber m& Eastport Had' They have successfully

will read your entire life-pact, present and Pbone 76S-SS11. climbed the first mountain and
future. She tau no questions but will ten you ... '-,, are looking forward to many
what you want to know, giving date and facts of Above are seen members of The Swinging Soulsters, Jackson: Washington years of ..Ulcalluce....
business, love, health and family affairs. Will 2 MI.' AU MICK vllle's young, black rock 'n roll group which, for the past year. are Sbermoa ,Dale BradweU,Aaron Randolph,Robert The Swinging Soulsters will
find or has Lowe Robert Wilson,Lynn Johnson,Ahrln.Williams,and Reginald ,"be seen oa the Mike
help"yoa lost art TELL you whom yon will more, beet dlllnengagements ramdsndsbo g. However, Douglas
marry and when. U the one yam love Is true, what the Soulsters have reached that first milestone. They have been Clover. Sitting from left, are: Rorml.llllWms and Lotions Show In the very near future.'
TOWN
to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated,.I HOUSES signed by Chubby Checker to a ",000 weekly contract Involving Larklns, vocalists. Their manager, producer and promoter. The group inn also represent
locate absent friends' and relatives, and cause private tutoring for the Individuals. Seen, from left, standing? not seen. Is Larry Jacobs. Jacksonville the State **n4
happiness between man and wits Make up lover'squarrels. Range & swrscj'Refrigerator Festival la Miami Beach and
Tens, U sickness and bad luck are '. floridians Organize U they are winners will go oa
I I li natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck,DOM', & I Your Good Health to the National Band Festival
toot tell to pleaseyou,but will telllhe truth. One visit will repay Self Help City Units la Atlantic City, N.J.
I yoa for disappointments In all others. I not only read your life HIT $SIN Mil!,
.like an open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Whether you call It mucous age of gu or stool gives some treatment "U started however, Negroes In two Florida towns. ,SCHOLARGuedel
Come and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems II "WAT" fill colitis, Irritable bowel or spastic relief from the pains. your doctor should role out :have launched I to-tbt organ--
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to fb WHY colon U eaa make you miserabuTThe Emotional tension 1s BOW' be-
wrong. be sad and downhearted,sick and worriedwhen alterative colitis and such Infections tattoo of setups designed to a14tbtma.l.
yes can be betotd and everything made clear by consulting FHAVULUIIIII victim has gripingor liejed to .be the nderlylng.cause.'The u arnebtc and becll- .... ,
TWS GIFTED MEDIUM* Everybody welcome. NO KAIL crampUke pains that shift hlgh-stnmg victim lary dysentery. In St. Petersburg the Community
ANSWERED. I make DO boast calls. Don't mistake the addr.... from one part of the abdomen wHy eats la&harry. Every effort must be made to Alliance Is DOW under
SISTER BESSIE .Is located north of..Callahu on U.S.l, (. to another. Because his nerves system Is get the victim to adopt a calmer B will seek to help small
1/X mile. from City of CALLAriAN, Florida. rhone: 8792256. Rumbling and gargling In the unduly keyed op,the food pasMS way of life. This Is often the way.business In the ghetto, according
WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FT.ONT OF .HOUSE 1MJ lEI UNIT II abdomen are frequently associated through tls entire digestive most difficult part of the treatment to Dan Spicer, eo-chalrmin. 1v
t.
Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL with the pains, and often tract so fast that It does not but unless the underlying of the alliance. The members 1
Open dally I a.m. to 10 p.m., Includlnt SundavsTBP 71 3479 the victim has to pus large have time to be thoroughly dl- tensions can be relieved, nop.rmased hope to assist those who mightbe
i 'CLiP11Ip-EN1f.U'bu) TO A $J. READING for '2. amounts of gas. The stools are gested. b most Hctlms, this core Is possible. bypassed by the Small
I thin and watery, and the pass- results la a loss of weight Ail laxatives most be avoided Business Administration.
' ----- Treatment ls esmHy aimed at aa4 anffl the disease U Another erg nIU.1loa, the St
'I aocWDc moth the colon and the brought under control,' sacs Petersburg Architects Association
nenroM system. Before D1Hlkctts:7t laxative: foods as vegetables,. Is aa.rlDe"lp to anyO
I II trulls, sub;pickle and spices, needing' ire la remodeling -
I : must not be eaten. Skimmed- landscaping or fixing
milk, cheese well cooked meat, op property,Free beauty care
..., cracker bread should .
Precessei.$2.5tuiseatiNi courses will be oaereo.U
C.llul"I1. toaof Mr.
\ constitute the chief turns tithe ZephyrhllU James Picket,
diet and Mrs. Cam Murray, has left
president of the Young PeoplesCommunity Jacksonville to
beft" study
loch drop barbttsrates tad. Organisation,a club '
under a four-year athleticscholarship
BARBER tranqulllsers may be required for Negroes IB the area, said at Mortis Browa
COUE6fKC.} early In the coarse of treatBent. a of
he has organised group
College, Atlanta. Murray,Is 41MI

131, lilis St. 355.H74 '.MITELIt 25 persons.NOTICE onlor-Sealor graduate of High Eugene SchooL Butler He

Inn liriirlii rooms, private bath 15.00 1s a memberof Zioa Hope Bap-,
II rooms, semi-private 14.00Day Look who's working (Hiss U. tat Church. Murray will opta>
i A NEW CLASS STARTS time (semi-private) SI.00Weekjy L. Bacon). tOIl will fine me at the season September U with
EACH MONDAY Rate (plus tax) Bernice's Beauty Shop the Morris Brows team againstBethuBeCookmaa
IM-MSI or at beat,'lSS- II', College

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Ptne:784-0003-AMys Open Friendly CholrslkUonand Single mat or couple. Call154.'lUo.
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DOWN Building Fund Drive. Rev F. FQI RENT
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EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALES or rent Excellent condition
I Dept FS, 6937 N. ud location. $50.00 e> $60.00.
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