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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:
September 7, 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:
UF00028362:00781

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 7, 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:
UF00028362:00781

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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glove was representative of the Initial shipment of glove compartments for the W9
sification" of the campaign. Chevrolet cars aDd tracks from the predominantly Black company The recent contract forth some rather startling la- Snowdea said that the act wasJustified hands. Aa lutopty showed that Councilman Jack Carter presented
He Inferred that he might even awarded to Watts Manufacturing Company marked the first time a major) automotive parts f ormatloa oa Channel 7's Feed after testimony given Austin died from a bullet wound a resolution to the effect
call schools aDd get by a police U nten t-as to la the tack of his brain.Cannon
upon contract has been woo by t predominantly Black company. Watts Manufacturing Company Is back: Program last Friday bight, that people with "questionable
student support Rev.Abernathy t subsidiary of Aerojet-General Corporation. noting particularly that the actions of the men. The men died from a tack wound, with backgroundsshoald not be
said he will also can upon civil homes art decidedlyunequal. John J. Austin, Zit and MosesCannon the bullet coming through his permitted to serve on the new Iy
rights leaders everywhere to Meatrtef Ares ''' .'' M, were killed while chest created board.
help.Slitysevea. "Sacred Mrs. Singleton some time ago fleeing after "committing Lieutenant William McClure Carter went further tosiy that
persons were Cows" StillGet suggested the merging of the lence." They were slain oa the a homicide Investigator oldthat one of the present members:
withDopi
arrested on the eighth day of Irbries homes bat one, before October second day d rioting, August the killings were the result has a "three-page police record
the strike, Twelve-hour police 1, because of the opening of I, la a predominantly Negro of planned criminality. He said and that the member's
shuts were required tnd emer* Tax ExemptionsoperaUon. : Pickups :'school la September. This has area. It was not civil disobedience, business was pointed out la a
gency collection were In beet delayed. O fat lDOftJ brought out not a group d boys being disobedient bolita rtld. Be did not name
,Federal Md county narcotics The council member, woo was the that Aattla was Hf urtber said that, the person.
Morton < *lr- "Foram Gonna i.ydoe DagroupdFlotldlF4Krhet4retae' < 'a eroucbed behind a valst-fcigh wbea answcfVc t call from the
? Shaplriyrefl B ,'* agents sadiw swooped' dote. 'dettcatsd.sSt9 .. $lJ Carter_YU further ltep4 tee
eendNbpttam Joies '
preenaUreo1b.Ametfcsa. District /r di ttar'r6>td'Ca4reateaui la the Moncrkf area of Jacksonville DM two -t.J!,1hfl'' wttM'oteeMaaiat e Iss rtelgbberhhiod'l9r.'r": .,.. d rtJ wt.TtaeJ..... 4" a
: Federation It *.i... Municipal Employes Union,was originators of the proposed Re w,Stats romlttntioa of Florida this week and arrested sight employs six fuUt-lme workers. behind a screes of women and through a mob of screaming suggested that Mayor.
.I. ajfto created The union locally A first contention Is that thereIs Former Governor Barns said persons five of, whom have Tot tool I budget Is W.OOO.: children. Cannon was Identified criminals. The car was petted 'ha prefers autonomy the
termed the strike illegal nothing new In It. Another Is that the proposed constitution beta charged with violations Oa the other hand, the Negro as one of the men who tried with rocks and firebombs, each chooslig of members. He
Shapiro was lA Iowa for purpose that the new proposed document Is a "far cry" from what was d narcotics laws. These raids, home hires one full-time aDd later to ran from the scene. one a felonious assault He saidvery mentioned the ulqueoess of
of negotiating. bears the name only but Is suggested. He said the legls- starting Monday tight,' were one part-time worker, with a Farther testimony was thatABU crime la the book had the commission.
Rev' Abernathy aDd Rev. King nebulous and bard to under, Maid the governor played carried Into the early hours budget of 11.000. bad been bit. Cannon beta committed. Councilman Sallys MatUs explained ,..tl
were participants: la other ataD4. politics. They avoided the 1m- of Tuesday Each home houses It girls. that the "ttntqueMss"
garbage disputes, la the sots Sam Jones, prominent U voter portent matters to be According to authorities, this There Is an Inequity la food, 1 inferred the Importance of getting
of Florda-Tampa, st. Peters activities In Florida, said considered possibly because was the largest of raids la said the Jacksonville solan.The to the nan on the street
burg. They have pledged entire Negroes la the state cannot of their controversial raters Dent County. The raiders were Negro home lacks funds for WORLD NEWS through those who could best
support to those whose rights afford to support the document He said that the Constitution's assisted by state agents als* school supplies. There Is t lack do such during times of stress
have suffered and who are seeking because tt was drawn ap by anallwhite provisions for bonding and for Tbe ,raids Betted about $MO la transportation fa c 111 II... and confusion, rlotlngs tnd dis
better pay aDd better con legislature. There the creation of a lieutenant governor worth of cocaine and beroia. There Is t difference la food. turbances.Coiaellmaa.
ditions. are no black solans Florida.Commission are bad.Opposition Cash takes amounted to $1,000. Fail Hahn, director of the HELURimLIBAXA Mttkls and
Rev. King was la Jacksonville ChalrmaaChesterfield to the acceptance Two cars were confiscated. child services of the Consolidated -(Nfl)-To some 1,000 truck drivers who regularly Councilman Walter Dlckson
recently following the death of countered by sayIng of the document la November Greater quantities of narcoticshave Government 'supported ply the 1,240-mUe Great North Road between Zambia and the voted against Carter's resolution.
a non-union striker Involved that Negroes were consult was led by StateKuprtme Court been taken, according to the idea Integration..AccordIng Ttasaniin port pay deliberations. He left hastily ed. Other members of the Commission Justice B.K. Roberts and by Sheriff Castor, but never before to Information Haha was (they do U la U days) 1s like running the gauntlet between two aDd Carter voted for !L Carter ;
however because of the contended that Negroes Represestittve.George has the number of apprehended threatened with violence. He cfposlng forces. have a pet name for the road-Hell Run- planned reportJ"
bombing of his church",, Zion have received: consideration In SoUlngs: Democrat, Jackson per soas [retched' has| announced frig |im'n lfift of because tt pass been responsible tor more than 100 lives (of with tbe ttvvnooIncbL J..
I Baptist, in Louisville. the Doc. BtaI.f' ville. Stallings said the document suck a total. \ resigning oa September SO.Tbe drivers) to sty nothing of trucks which hive hurtled down cliffs, The Con miss ion has bees established
leaves out tbt'tIor1lehlD4 Three persons were charged confusion brought about,by the toppled over Into quagmires or smashed Into other vehicles. and Is expected to .
Black Panthers' the plow. B Is too stilted. He with vagrancy and remained controversial recommendationIs .Qit Into operation two years ago the roadbed Is chiefly of dirt, Junction as a channel of'coon. '
also said that the document as suspects: la the case. According said to nave prompted his causing dust blinds la dry weather, and sucking mud la wet. munication the year around < :i
exceeds the HIS Constitution to Detective Sergeant hasty exodus from the city. Only small section Is paved. not only la times of 4It1mtI .
la the delegation' of rights to Jim Pfelffer, a woman suspectwas Councilman Singleton said, ness but la times of relative
; Leader Found Guilty public officials.Justice Roberts thought to have aka a daring the broadcast that It peace and calm. B Is similar
said "sacred t< exempt from ti ration and"11&& .. raid. delinquent girls aDd dependent BLACK TREASURER lima of like mare la other .
beet chiseled forever IaCoDIt1baUOD. the Eight peddlers were cbarged girls la separate facilities.The _1IAtiSAUBPQReg1mald Wood has become the first blackman cities. These organisations are '
i. Of ManslaughterOAKLAND 'with violation of the fedtrtlnarcotict white home MT no delinquent to be appointed Treasurer of the Bahamas,taking over from said to have strong Influence i
The proposed Constitution law. They were girls. a Canadian whose contract ended test July IS. Wood, 4),began on treat trouble. ;'f
.. Callt -- Black September 27. goes on the November: ballot ordered held In Jail, each onJ.OOO his" IO'tnUUDtcar.erlAIIUuaelerkla the audit department
: Panther Chief and founder.Heuy Newton was convicted of the as three amendments-wtth a $ boad before United He Joined the Treasury la 19M. u?fV ''fCTp'>mt and rose Ion The FLORIDA STAtf- ::
P. Newton,was convictedd I October( 2* fatal shooting of basic document, aa article on States Commissioner Donald Wall Stir steadily to first Controller of Eipentflfurs (1KB) aDd deputy .
voluntary manslaughter by Policeman Jobs Frey, 21. Herbert suffrage and ejections) and aa DeHoCL Arraignment win take permanent secretary In the Ministry/ of Finance (1M7.), Registration Drive '$4
amendment on local govern place oa September tad
fellow
a Jury of five men and seven Ruses a officer
women Sunday of slaying a was Injured at the tame time ment. It was approved Ibr the September II tithe Federal r Gets his t, Ear Mini
white policeman during a racial la a gun battle la oat of ballot: after some four hours Court. ,
. disturbance last October In this Oakland's Negroams.Newton, d deUberatten by the July A small amount of cocaine:
: coastal town. Newton was pro- arrested later at the Kaiser special legislature.Preyed and heroin was also confiscated At AKmy Stile
Donated laaeceat oa an Hospital la Oakland: had beenshot la the cars takes. Complete j
.additional charge assault!?with' through the abdomen by a Assist Information was not available

a deadly weapon": second officer buljet from a police M calftsr. from the sheriffs office ALBANY Ca., jjt.c.
because 011 the continuing or -
wounded at th.l&ID.tIme. revolver. Frey was killed with Off err Pr..... the' I atJpti L No-exact (Bobby) Lee, m has been appointed -
Four days of deliberation,with his own revolver after stopping bead fntrfh lf coach at
estimate on the amount of narcotics
requests for extra and repeated Newton with his" alleged girlfriend r
State
Fee pevetefMBeini discovered could be Albany College, succeeding
instructions, featured the Jury's .Laveme Williams, at ascertained. Obis O'Neal who has assumed
, conferences.Ottburstswerefrequent a street corner Newton was Project ASSBT/ACT10H, co- Those charged with narcotics tilt chairmanship of the
on the part Newton. dramatically 4..crlb.4bJBarr sponsored{ 1M 7fcqaT ll1*- "violations .. ,college's health
were
supporters.'So confident was Crier 40,as the person Urban Lsfagae, the Florida Johnny Frank Book 27 ..l'In:1r.at' and physical ednattlcad
Bobby Seale,Panther chairman, who shot the officer. Stats Employment Service and 111.. tea..1x .
nth Street John
, that he said at a n1l1."le.pect Newton also testified Jan his the Bu1c/Aden Education Departmeatjis : u :Court Both appointments wars announced
. acquittal oa aU'counts." defense and aid he was now In Its ninth ,kitchen n. C.HughBrown simultaneously hereby
I Consternation ran through the Insulted by Frey and that Frey week of cMraUon.. We are aWl ,Willie 29. IMS Bernard West Cald-29thStreet the coklege'spreiiddentTtbmu
" ranks of the Panthers an over pushed hint to the ground on accepting; male applicants Into ; Leonard Miller Jenkins. t .
weD M 194 Circle S
; America when news of the But-' .October 21 and shot him., .Newton the program age group U to ; ,Lee, who has been assistant
John Jr. S4 2615
come rot the trial was broadcast denied having a firearm. 45 'year*, employed or'unemployed. Edgewood Daymen Avenue, hank,Price 'lootbtU. coach aDd la charge of
Chairman Seals had earlier told Miss WOUams fainted after This project Is designed ; the Barns' offense since IMS,
Baker! tt 2972 Wilson Street
, a.rally "neqo. the limit the verdict to assist individuals la upgrading ;1': will assume his bad caching ,
OUrer. ".
' Newton Newton 'who remained calm Kensy i 21; 17)1 duties Immediately.
If Bony P. teconrtcted.- : theAr ecoaomlc level by 20th Street Louis B. Hayes" effective _
The orlgltalcoavictloa' during the trial, said later, "I. Improving their 'skills la 27, 4219 Katanga; Drive North., O, eal, a member of the ABC 4
carries a 1-15 year sentence. dont understand the verdict. esdiq Job to rain walaa; faculty sine 150, was elevated -
Charged with and arrested for
, Aa additional felony, .which They didn't have the cats to t10ft1. Into the chairmanship of
, the Jury found Newton guilty, decide the case on tU merit. This Is but one phase of the vagrancy 641 NorthUocolaCourtGerald were: Jenny Melons, the department of health tad
carries u extra year B YJ.as racist sellout'* The project There Is also the Com- physical tducaUoa,f*lllnc Defense Attorney Charles R. Jury returned its verdict Sunday ,ID lilt 1 Organization compo Street Dowllsf.23.and Wo1aZ',1511 1832 Francis ,left by the sadden resignation!
Carry announced plans for aa tight and thai ended deliberations Met which Is concerned with Thompson, of Dr. None Clark. Clark
West 25th ,
Immediate appeal. Be had of nine weeks duration. \lbe total Individual; 1atl1 physical : Stretf resigned recently to accept the '
argned that the first conviction The Jury refuted the proseeatlon's social, u well as economic hfisfor (tew' *UOOO year prtnclpalsnip of
; should have been a 'f'or..- contention that Newton weU__In(. These things can ben Boys High School la Brooklyn, ,Johnnie JChneo,., 12, became As pat heart and soil Into his singing at tea final show of the ,
Superior Judge Honroe Fried- acted with malice aforethought important factor in determining K.T., becoming first Negro Stan Over Miami summer talent program on August 24. U Miami Stadium,won a trip to
So YM Cai V.(. New York whew he the Ted Mack CBS.TY Original Amateur Hour. Be
nun said he would hear new when napped Sentencing will whether an Individual ever to hold t high school will sppetr on won ,
arguments oa September hand be September 27.. receives the full benefit of tilt Metropolitan Mew ..00 scholarship also. Ted Mack at the right,came don and emceed the show bears 1

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Awards Ceatisie To Honor Work Money For FAMU Hick Awrlce Tekvisiei Pell


I Of Dr. Mirti Lither Kilt, Jr. Reveals Meay Fads Abut Rice

.CHICAGO-(N PI)-Almost a half year after his assassina
day Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., continue to be given public For the final broadcast la Its "Of Black America" series,
recognition. commissioned a nationwide poll to attempt to
measures racial: attitudes la the United States and
', Shortly! after a Southside a library unit was also renamed ; as How much: white racismIs :
street was renamed for him, In his .1.J to find answers to such questions :
( honor. black extremists
there la the American people Are the the
1 Mebtrry Meal known The as library the South unit, Park formerly Way people to whom Negroes look for leadership Bow do the races:
each other?
feel about
MM branch Is located on Dr.Martin The; -u.er: -given on '"A probable In a I this
Colleie
I Luther King, Jr. Drive, which w only
/ and White"Monday found
6%
used to be South Park Way and vw Portrait In Black sort the poll of
South park Avenue. September X on the black people saying they agree
: Gets least
Network were: views of
The bus system that runs on CBS Television with the Stokely
j Samuel Marlon Weeks, Jr., a that street continues to be known tk L r':1'V There are more than a handful Carmichael, 5% with H. Rap
freshman at Meharrjr Medical AS the South park Line. of black and white extremists Brown. More than half (53%)
., College this fall, has been In addition, a group of black 'la this country but there are'far said they feel the same way
:. awarded a National Methodist physicians who plan to build a more whites wbo.ar4Ji0T u the Reverend Ralph David
e, Scholarship by the Board of new medical center in the f t racists than there are racists: Abernathy successor of the
Education of the Methodist Englewood area Is seeking to and there Is far less extremism late Dr. Martin Lather King u

Church. Weeks, from Atlanta, name It for Dr. King, If the In the black community bead of the Southern Christian
Is the son of Mrs. Ida B.Weeks Southern Leadership Confer than the white community to* Leadership Conference and
and the late Samuel M. Weeks ence, which be founded, gives ) lleves. The degree of overt leading exponent of nonviolence.
A Com Laude graduate who permission. racism In white American Is Only three otbtr, ,_ jaek: .
f majored In chemistry at 19 Dr Herbert Odora and five diminishing rather than leaders out of 11 listed on the
he was a 1966 graduate of Fisk other Negro physicians recentlywere ... Increasing. And while black., questionnaire received the approval -
University. successful their bid of people are listening harder d 10'% or more of
The National Methodist $8,756.50 for urbanrenewalland today to the extremes, the majority American Negroes: Whitney
Scholarship Awards cover needed for the medical haven't yet Joined the Young, executive director d
tuition and fees up to $500 and center. extremists.The the National Urban League(l0%)
are granted on the basis of On .the far Southside, a :me- CBS News survey found Mayor Carl Stokes Cleveland
superior academic standing, .mortal park was to be named : :: about one-half of whites Indicated (l2%) and Roy Wilkins, execn-:
leadership ability, active particlpatlon for Dr. King. The park Is the attitudes that oppose live director of the NAACP
In the church, largest of 33 tracts the park .;...1- equality and l.DtecratloD..About (25%).
character, personality and district has been negotiating to 1r' one-third of whites went even The majority of Negroes do
need. purchase for play areas and \tt! further to express feelings of Dot feel Innately Inferior, to
J' About 500 such awards are recreation.The f''f' hostility to Negroes.This group whites and are experiencing:
given annually by the Methodist Universal Brick and Sup- t '; according to dictionary definition growing pride In their >race i
.' Board of Education and Its' fit Company has reportedly a. i. .. could: be called racists.B Six out of Id Indicated;'that
nationwide scholarship agreed to sell the vacant 13.36 I f numbers roughly 33 to 40 they believed whites are notsympathetic
program. More than 9,000 Na- acre property, to be converted minion adult white people. to their problems,
'' anal Methodist Scholarships Into a memorial park UI The survey also found that the and 67% said whites do not want
*. Jack Cant (left), president of the General Alumni AssocUtloa mencement exercises 'at FAMU tieeU The .will be
money majority of whites and Negroesdo : Yet
have been granted sine the Dr. equality. ,
King was eulogised during
of Florida AIM a check: of $&,000 to
University presents
used to provide financial aid for at FAIL majority
students U.letheee
: deserving not want black or white
'.: program_ was started In 1945.Foods the Democratic National Convention retiring _FAUD,___ President_ n______ George W._ Corp. Jr._ '., during,com* the of Negroes rejected -
separatism. Both races agreed
for the support of National by Chicago Alderman violence separatism.
Methodist Scholarships Ralph Metcalfe. there will be complete racial About two-thirds of the black
are received from local Me Meanwhile Schools Superintendent Cookmii Colleie equality la this country the community said they would participate
thodlst churches on the basis James F. Redmond World News Digest, majority of whites saying this In peaceful demonstrations
of a church-wlde offering on asked the board of educationto 1 will come within a century the and la boycotting storesto
Methodist Student Day, the name a new'Southside high By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Lists Miiy School Events majority of blacks saying within end discrimination. Only one

second Sunday June. school after Dr. King. 50 ,tar.. out of 33 American Negroes
Weeks and his wife Deborah Bethune-Cookmaa College's record enrollment, a half: million The majority of both races said they would take part.la a
r Karen former student at Fisk, HELP FIGHT CANCER WITHCI2CKiJP INDEPENDENCE SUN dollar building project and a crowded activity calendar will make want more government training demonstration that might lead
*' live at 546 South 5th Street. / : .AND A CHECK FERNANDO POO (NPl) Freedom will come to another 1968-69 the busiest year la the school's history.The programs for Negroes, 1mprOY.ment to violence.
colonial possession on October 12, and It will be for the 61,000 freshmen will raise the of schools and racist
"", I May I; examinations for graduating The extreme poaWoo-
of Equatorial Guinea Rio and the Islands of total enrollment the teaching In Negro areas, birth,
Fernando Corlsco Ems over 1,000 seniors Thursday and both black and white-Is
.. Poo, Annoban, : and mark for the third consecutiveyear. : Friday, May 18-16; semester control clinics for Negroes:: separatism. The CBS News

., FULL ANATOMY More than 500 applicantswere examinations, Monday-Friday, and more attention by local survey asked: "Is a separate
turned down because of May 19-M,student achievement government to Negroproblems. country for black Americans
FORT HARE -(NPQ)-The Nationalist-ruled government of crowded dormitories according A majority of whites said they outside the United: States a good
;
South Africa has announced that next year the 50-year-old to Harrison F. DeShlelds, Da ilaure teiirvvices, believe most whites are sympathetic Idea or not A good Idea?" Aa
University College of Fort Hare will to granted full academic director of Admissions and 25 andcomlilenc to Negro problems,and overwhelming majority of
and will become the first Bantu(black Africa) unlver Sunday, May
autonomy, the CBS News poll results Indicate '
Registrar. ment May 16. Americas Negroes (N ) said
slty In the countr,. The school has, for many years, beta the General registration was told Monday, that a majority of whitesdo It was Dot A good I t&. Only
sole Institution of higher education for non-wtUes. With the September IMS Regular class seem to understand what 9% approved. About the same
proposed changeover, It wW devote Itself excluslvel-to the needs sessions are scheduled to start these problems are. A large majority disapproved of a
rein'r of the moa Tribes. September 13.Construction. The Previleice majority of white Americans separate country for Negroes
of a new music do not believe Negroes nave within the United States (The
NEW POST bidding and a library Is less Innate Intelligence or lower white community asked the
.- 1 To The Westside GABERONES Botswana -(NPI)-Judge John Dandy; Young's scheduled for early fall. The Of Seerie standards than whites when same questions,, responded
refusal to knuckle under to the white Rhodeslaa constitutional alumni are raising funds foc. It comes to child: cart, neigh favorably to the idea la greater
( pledge to drop his fealty to Queea Elisabeth Q, has Dot meant ,a swimming pool to be added borboods, schooling, and so on. numbers: one-third of whites
'By Marcus H. b1
..L.AFAYETTE1JRADIO that be has passed Into oblivion. Shortly after resigning u high .to the present gymnasium later ware (In 1939, a Roper survey found approved oTa separate Negro
court Judge ratter'than violate Ms oath of loyalty to the Quarts, In the year.Other U It were exactly known how that 11of whites thought whites nation outside the UJ.and near-
Judge Young was assigned u Chief Justice Botswana. formerly scheduled activities many people snored la the U.S., bad more Intelligence at birth' ty one out four whites approvedof
_u__ Becbuanaland: country removed from Rhodesia. dude: the statistics: would be stupendous. than blacks. The CBS News a separate country for Ne*
.
Founder's and Benefactors'Day Perhaps not knowing how, survey found that the figure grots within the UJJ.
Wednesday October 3; gigantic this problem Is has holding that attitude today Is "No one can feel very comfort
MidSemester Examinations, prompted little Interest on the 14%.) able la a country where a thirdof
'Thursday and Friday, Novem part of the medical profession.Dr. The great majority of Negroes, the adult white population Is
her 14.15; Thanksgiving hoLidays Morris Flshbeln, accord according to the survey, still ,racist by dictionary definition
Once know begin at It:00 0000. Wed Inc to Pflser Spectrum, estimated want Integration and want to and two-thirds of a million
yqu neaday November 17; classes that "one of every eight achieve equality through legal black people are willing to re.
resume Monday, December S; persons snores" laths Dat1oo,'* means. Only a very small minority sign from the United States of
one extension costs 1 pre-registratloa for spring totalling about 15,000,000 at the d Negroes approves of America," commented Perry
December 3 time. violent tactics nine out of 10
semester, through present Wolff, executive: producer of
11; Christmas holidays begin "As for the frequency of la the survey expressing disapproval "Of Black America." "But,
less than a nickel a day.. at '11.00 noon December 13; snoring (world wide: ), exact figures of violence to achieve we measured perhaps for the
classes resume at 1-00: am. are DOt available," stated equality. first time not only the ex*
make. Monday, January 6, 1969, and Dr. JuL Vets of Frankfurt, The CBS Newt survey tremes tt; the center and we
you'll want to semester examinations. Moo- Germany, u far back u 190t Indicated that black extremistsmay found that the center over
day, through Friday, January "but one can with certainty state have received more at* whelms the extremes. la the
life twice tO to the 14. that one of every S or persons toatloo from the sews media maID, the majority of each race
your as easy Second semester snort at least occasionally. than their strength la the Negro la depending oa the majority
Reglstratioa Monday and Snoring occurs: most com community commands. Within
of the other race.It is a troubled
with 'two. For less Tuesday late January 17-18; classes monly among these tea years the margins of statistical error union, but U Is still a union.
and registration begins and under or over thirty years
/ Wednesday, January t9; last although no age Is exempt. The
than a'dime ? day for registration and change Brno Working Gropo Poland

of program, Friday February reported that' one of the Doe.Jar World Of Books
T; last day for filing applications symptoms of 80 per*cent of the I
for graduation la May,Saturday, children coming to the clinic
LEON
L1iWIS
@ Southern Ben: March 15,mid-semester exam with adenoid vegetation Is By L.
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
IDa11cu, Monday and Tuesday snoring.
March 1718; spring vacation Dr. Harvey Flack la I960 coo-:
\ "HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL
Nt protect human rights, two task
begins at It 00 Thursday
: noon ducted: In Ehganduexperlmed'La FREEDOMS IN
categories actions are need
April 3; classes resume at curing: snoring by $phoneticexeclses ) YOUR COMMUNITY"; Written. ed; the "before" and "after"
100: am. Monday, April 14; : and nearly 100,000snor.r. '
STANLEY L STUBER
':" by ; pub courses. The "after" course of
pre-reglstratlon for Fan volunteered to be sub*
f. Ushed by ASSOCIATION PRESS, action takes place when the
... semester May 1-10; last day Jects.: This tact alone shows that New York ,
; Co-sponsored by rights have already been via
.
for filing applications for graduation there Is no shortage supply UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION lated. THE "before"actloncen
In .\lullaer. Thursday, of IIIOI'U"Your
OF THE UNITED earns that which can be dine:
'tW STATES; lit pp.JJpaperbeck at all levels of a society to,

", I ut assure every person and every
''\ professional beautician "All human beings are bora country that Its rights andfree*

knows the answer free and equal la dignity and dams will not be violated.
) rights. They are endowed with Each chapter deaa.wWa a
; reason and conscience arid particular aspect; Universal:
,. 1. ,. YI should act towards one another Declaration of Human Rights
'" In a spirit of brotherhood. and its l.1IItI1tat1oDI; per8tcutIoIa *
-From the U.N. universal Declaratloa
a ad discrimination;;
of Human RJxfcts. religions and civil liberty; status
-too i The racial situation in the of women and children;
t ; Why does some hairbreak United States, the wars In Vietnam rights to an education; food,
and Nigeria, the Russian.mUttary health and population control: ;

L* k& : off take-over.....of Cxechoclovakla. labor and Its rights; rights of
'- $ is;; when combing? the to.tn'H< i, ,self-determination; refugeesand
d the fete
Dr. martin Luther their rights; law and Its
'
King Jr., and Senator Robert benefits; special human rights

4 i a .a Your hair Is precious and-delicate., and none of us like to see F. Kennedy are all examples: events and days; and the Importance
it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use of human rights being Rotated. of non-governmental
If of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often Theft are many, many more, aad voluntary human rights
arising la all
every day parts
agencies.
are major causes of brittleness
resulting in hair breakage. But
hair that is naturally curly and tangles of the world. When one thinks At the end of each chapter
easily
: frequently breaks about the 1IIIpact lAd tar-reacII- Ve
off In everyday combing Notice how irritated questions for discussionand
your scalp becomes
log effect of these
violations
when suggestions for
you comb in contrast to the beautician community
way your does?
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Crowaitg SchefcM Alclndor R. Rosier, Tallahassee Leriersiip Tratatai. Day
At lithwt CetbHM Colleie see, ., 21 end Jacqueline S.ClUl&rd .

;; September 20tk, 67J9 Ataro Rd, ZOo The YWCA A.1.. Lewis Branch,will hold the Annual Leadership
x Training Day activities Sat1l1'da.SeptemberZl.'lbetTtllh1U..
MONTGOMERY Ala.-Cyn-' Roosmtt Potts, 1340 E. 24th .held at Lillian Saunders Recreation Center, SOIIUIaI e. The bus
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"f" College" willLbe 1766 E. SOUl St., 20. '
; "" '. crowned on Friday night, The theme .is "The Role of Conner Miss Jean Flless,Mrs. I
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N ( : September 20, In the College Freeman J. Scum, Jr., 1305 the YWCA In The 20th Century M. EvangellneJohnsonandMrs.
Arena Auditorium. W. 6th St., 18 tad Rosanna J. Revolution." Florence J. Dixon.
Cynthia Is the lovely 21-year Kellam, 2024 Ctljoo Rd., 25. The keynote speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy K. Owens Is
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rer. Rudolph MeKlsslck, chairman of the Leadership
Peter Moore Jr., of Mobile. Huddle Collins Jr., 554 W., minister Bethel Baptist Institutional Training Day Committee. I
Sbe has a major in Library 19th' St. 25 end Yvonne .p.; Church. Other program Workshops are planned on
Science. Crawford!, 926 Scriven St., 17. participants are: Mrs Hazel Open Rousing Family Planning
..lSliW The coronation precedes the Argrett, Mrs Mary Alice e, and a Better Environment: Political
Herman E. Ovens Iii Mlnnlt Smith, Mrs. Delores Baker Climate and World
opening football with"Sannnah
f4 game W Mrs: Marvyn Jenkins MriFannie ; Poverty.
St, 38 and Altamease 110
State College in Savannah Bradford, Mrs. macs All members of committees,
Ga.Cynthia. ler 1552 W. 15th St., 47.
( Walden, M r I. Vicey James clubs and branch committees
will be assisted by her, Mrs. Marlon Walker Mrs; on administration are Invited
two Roland L. Keeks, 2571 Summit -
attendants Joan Morgan
Sau to attend.
Rosa L. Shannon, Mrs ,
St. 18 and Joyce Anita
and Pamela Lover. Both areseniors .
from Brown,' 1123 Spearing St, 17. Mathls, Mrs. Allc Griffin
Montgomery.
.. Mrs. Norwood Phelps; MlssJ.Mazlne South Jai Eiteuioi

.. ; Harold Scott, 5905 DlmondSt, Fisher Miss Martha
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Newly weds 20 and Lugeaory Mathls, 1976 Hone Makers Oiling
Miss Shirley Ann Tarver and Mr. Alfred Feagln are shown as, Talladega Rd., 19. Boldei School Of
on August 24, in St. Plus Catholic Church, they pledged troth U The South Jar Extension HomeMakers
Miss Carolyn Allen, daughter man and wife in the holy wedding mass, with the Rev. Father Owlner Kines 334 Ernest St. Club sponsored the anneal -
of Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, Elwood omdat1r A second ceremony followed at Tabernacle 41 and Emma L. Tyson, 334 Mining WorshipsAt outing at the home of Mr.
1541 East 21st, became the Baptist at 4 p m. on August 24. Ernest St, 54. and Mrs. March McBride Snyder -
bride of Robert Channelle on Allen ChapelThe and 4H. They met at the
September 6. Frtnkle Walker, 1411 W. 20th Jerusalem Baptist and went to
The bride wore u Empire Two WeMitf CertMuies Jill St., 26 and Freddie M. Rill Bolden School of Nurs the Saunter's Community
A-Lta short pink gown with man,.1411 W. 20th St, 26. ing's class will worship in a Center
DUKE ELLINGTON t. gathered skirt, short: puff .body at Allen Chapel AME: Mrs. BeAk Alston Mitchell
admiration of many great II"'H. ana a ash oat tied Shirley Tmtr Aid A. Fe4Nie. Church, Sunday morning, was narrator. Colorful
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.BethtneCookman James W. Warren, m, Hunt* '
performers. in the back. Hot pink accessories according to Mrs. Rebecca costumes were wort. Mr. and
College'sCultural rllle, Ala, 21 and Vamrernard
Miss Ann Tamer daughter of Mr. Ulysses Tarver and Thompson, director. Mrs.. McBride were hosts. Assisting
Activities Committee Shirley B. Errant, 1550 W. llth St.,21.
wUl present Duke Ellington and Mrs. V. Cwry of Mrs. Oracle B. Scott, pledged troth to Mr. Alfred H. Feagln, The ACE League will hold were Mrs D..Demps,
his orchestra in concert at son of Mr. John Feagln Sr., and of the late Mr. Ida Feagln, at James Gore, 1304 Franklin its monthly service at 3 p m. Mrs. Gladys Jackson, Mrs.
Peabody Auditorium at 600: Gives Ceictrt 3 p.m. Saturday, August 24, In St. Pius Catholic Church, the st., 26 and Leona Brown, 4642 with Harry. Williams and A.T. bet Barley and Mrs. Katie
Reverend Father Elwtmf officlatlrng. Cottrell In charge. Women's Butt.,. The fall meeting was
p.m. Wednesday evening, September -- Flynn Ct., 26.
16. Choir No. t of Mt Moriah A second ceremony was B. White Ltndy Smith Day will be October 27. Rev. September 10. Mrs. Altamease
Duke Ellington occupies a unique AME Church will present Mrs at Tabernacle Baptist T. Brown, niece of the William D. Cannon, Jr., 1519 J.C. Bamerman is pastor. Reed and Mrs. Alberta Brown
place in American music. Junes Virginia Watkins Carry, at 4 p.m., with the Rev. W. Sth St., 20 and Patricia A. were hostesses. Mrs. MoteU
No other name today equals his in a musical recital Sunday, Young officiating. The best man was Freddy Blossom, 424 W. 17th St., 20. La Rosa Ladies Ctob Jones Is reporter. Mr..,E.A.
la prestige and magic. The September 15, at 740 p.m., The bride wore a Ushers were Robert Mitchell president
Complete Genius, U discerning In the church auditorium, Oak gown win u A-Llne .' Rickey Grant, Lamar Frederick M. HolUmon, 712 Pills First Fall MeetThe Ushers Union Plans
critics throughout the world and Stonewall Streets. of organaa with and John Tarver,brother. Mars Venus ct., 19 and Mar-
have proclaimed, he expresses Mrs. Curry Is a member of 1Z lace at the neck line. The the bride. caret MeKemey, 1205 W. La Rosa Ladles Club will
himself with a broad palette Mt. Calvary Baptist and a product sleeves tapered at the The reception followed the 7121 51, 11. bold Us first meeting since Sunday Revival Hoar
and an unmistakably of Stanton High and of with a foer-uered ceremony la the dining vacation on September 14 at
distinguished touch. In almost Edward Waters College. Mrs. chapel train. Each ruffle of Tabernacle Baptist PRIDE OF: MACEO 8 p.m. la the home of Mrs. W. The Friendly Westslde Ushers
very Imaginable approach to Lash Mae Dye Is president of train was edged with Mrs. Bessie. Solomon L, Plainer 1558 Swift Street Union will have its revival hour'
the presentation of American the choir. Rev. J.W. Jones Is trimmed lace. The cake. Mrs. Mattie Wil President Luue M. Smith Is Sunday ICS: lathe lit.Vernon
PLANS MEETING
music and Its attendant arts, castor. headpiece formed a Whit'W. .. served punch. asking all members to be Baptist Church. Rev O.T.
be is far out in front of the added to. the beauty .of crown of pearls with Miss M. Bynes kept the wed present. Plans for the anniversary McCall Is pastor. Mrs. Birdie
field, beyond overtaking.A Mrs. Gillian Will the ensemble.' crystals secured to a book. AT ELKS HOME will be completed. Mrs. Griffin will be mistressof
composer par excellent, be Mr. and Mrs. Jam.I'l1Itlboaored veil of Illusion. She Pride of Sunshine Viola Outset, reporter. ceremonies. Phillip Attack
the newlyweds with a The maid of honor wore an Order of Is presidentPhone
has continuously authored topnotch Host Cinelii Cbb white Bible covered with the Listen Star
Chapter No.
songs like"Mood Indigo" reception Saturday, SeptemberTulbelrbome. nations. '- -Llne baby pink gown 170 will meet September 19 Mt. Ararat Choir
The Camella Ladies dab will aMeS baby pink accesories.
-Sophisticated Lady "Soli Miss Delores Lewis was
tude" and 'Satin Doll" u wen bold the next meeting la the Miss Carolyn Area, daughter of honor. Attendants were bridesmaids wore Empire at Broad the at Masonic 3 30 .Temple. Mrs Hattle, 410 No. 1 Plats Tea For Appointment
u such enduring tnstrumentals home of Mrs. Mildred GUIlaa., of Mr. and Mrs. James Allen Carolyn Allen, Miss with gathered skirts with P. Robinson: II p. MI1roa.Dues. Mt Ararat Baptist Church'sChoir
U "Is t Menotone "C Jam 1737 West Second Street,Tuesday became the bride of Mr. Ro- Jackson, Miss Linda sleeves and wore ribbon Worthy No. 1 will sponsor a DR. REX SMITH
Blues," "Creole Love Call" blbt, September 17, at betf, Channel. Friday, Sep and Miss Corne White. tied In the back. The Rev.fines EUu end taxes Gordon will be fall tea from 4 to 6 in the
and "Black and Tan Fantasy." 6;30. Mrs. Ruby Garrison will timber 6. Is the home of ber attendants were Miss were baby pink. Rose paid. .Is educational baltdlag>> of the
His cool vuandhigtychugedersosaltt be co-bodes Plans vill be parents. A reception was given Eunice and Miss Debbie were used. They McGrllf Worthy Is Patron.reporter.Mrs. Odessa church Room 3, (ata1r.. Rev. saD W. STATE ([4.1117
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I!: Pleasant Baptist Church Plans Three-Service Dual Day September 1 15St. I



Cap Cones To PalalkiP&atkans PrmiMit Speakers, Trackers



I Jeh. Peter tettr$ A.M.E.li Aiilverssries Cinch Will a M Aid.OffkluIs, Pleasant. Baptist Church Will,61S2 Fllcer le Avenue Present,Rev.Nathaniel IJ i iMt I


Beginning Monday night, September 16, at 8 o'clock, St. Peter Glover, pastor, will hold.Dual Day Sunday, September 15, with

AME Church and Its pastor, I,ev. R.Wallace,will be celebrating P. H.1! guests and visiting personalities present during the day.. .

their twentr-thlrd arid fifth anniversaries. reSDeCtiYery.Tbe. Mrs. Francis Patterson willbe H. Rogers will be master of

.. services will continue on the following named; nights: guest superintendent of the ceremonies. Deacon Simon

throughout the week, and a Special Monday, September 1(, Rev. Sunday School, which begins at. Brown will bring the welcome'
serrlce on Sunday afternoon H. Miller, Mew Bethel Baptist; 9:30. Rev. M.C. Wesley will be Address, with the response:,
i'' at 3 o'clock, September 22 will Rev. W.Q. Rogers Mt. Salem the guest reviewer of the les coming from Deacon Moses C.,

: conclude the annual. Baptist; Rev. BJ. Franklin, son. Visiting teachers will In Brown the Male Chorus of the>
,: The following churches with Mother Midway AME. struct. church will give several;

!, their pastors, congregations, Tuesday, September 11, Rev The morlng service begins numbers. Rev. E. Henderson,
and Ushers will be attendance, AJS. Gaevln, Good Shepherd at 11 am., with Mrs. Jewel will be the speaker of the evenIng. -/

Baptist; Elder J.M. Tarver, roc '' Dkacon Paul Grant and
\ Mrs. Mary Nealy' Rouse of God and Pillar of. i I Deacon S. Brown will take the
Truth; Elder Lloyd Ellex and offering. Remarks will be made

Sings In Concert his congregation; Rev Glover, by Curtis They and Rev N,
Mt. Pleasant Baptist, PIckett. ( Glover. Deacon Sam Davis win
Mrs. Annie Bell Pugh Is pre- Wednesday, September 1ft, acknowledge the presence o(
.senting Mrs. Mary Nealy in a Rev. Arnold Roberts Mt.Plsph
mu. eal recital on September, Nurses Ahmnae
AWE, Atlantic Beach,Fla.;Rev.
main auditorium of
IS in the
True Bind
St. Paul AME Church.This will PMlJlp Simmons. Unit Resumes
Church of God; Rev A. Harris
benefit of women'sday '
be for the
New St. lames AME.
Rev. A.C. Chandler is
Regnlarr MeetsThe
Thursday night, Rt.E.loaes, ,
pastor. New Bethel AME. :
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Siper Gospel Express Jones Friday, ,Holy September Tabernacle 20, Bishop Rev : Duval Licensed County-Stanton Practical Vocational

; ttur..'. Alumnae YIU'rllum..
R.W. Logan, Messiah Baptist; t t1a kL
Will Attend ConviiHfi Rev. O.W. Simpson, Mt.Moriah 111 YY+in ,, = a I its regular meetings Thursday

AME, Sun Beam,'Fla. o evening, September 19, I U the
Gospel Express
The Super ,
Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, 1 home of Mrs. Geraldine Grlf.
Lambert
beaded by Rev. R.L. L Business
fin, 1 SOl 21th Street.
Saturday Bishop M.C.H. Cooper, Apostolic
will give a program .
of Importance will be discus*
September 14, at the Mt. Olive Church 0( God in Christ _
ced. Plans will be made for I
Baptist Church, at I p.m., InKing auditor. L Gundy.Lewis Memorial MRS. MARION LEVY
: the coming holidays. Mrs. E.
AME. )
Ferry, Ha. On September Ella M. Neal
toward and Mrs. R. Wilson president.
The is cordially Invitedto
will public
15 the Express convention the devotions. Mrs. A.
be held in Gethsemant at the all services. leading lead the call: to
win
Rev. R. Wallace Is pastor. B. Glover Eesten Stir -
Rome in Woodbine, Ga. Groups Ek r 'worship. Mrs. Marjorie Mont
from Georgia will participate. *** ** i 'gotnery will lead the Scripture.Mrs. : .

Bessie Baker secretary.: Beauticians Plan ; Hartley will take the mission HtMs litttf !


District No. 2 Ii yJ 'wm lead offering the hymn Mrs.of A.B.the morn-Reed: ttlitr.+tf DIy ;

First Fall Confab AmudiAMtr'lOI1
Ing. Evangelist
I'. Toe St. Augustine, Palatka.'
I
of St. Matthew wlll.bepresented
The Citywide Beauticians will j : I : speaker, Daytona Area Council of Beth-'
& by Mrs. a Matt
bold their first fall meeting ... I, Mrs. Alice Black: will sing and lebem Grand Chapter, Order
Honors Annual September U at S p.m. in the recently: met and organized a Community Action FLORIDA STAR agent, Mrs. Bassard, Mrs. Moore a announcements will "be made of Eastern Star, will bold a

District No. 2 of SL Matthew borne of Mrs. Cora I.. Bass program unit at the Bethel AMEChurch, Rev. Satchel, pastor Miller, the latter four representatives of the poor. In the other by Mrs. The "Better Relationship between

Baptist Church win celebrate Gilmore, 69S7 Willow Road, The two pictures show participants In this fine progressive picture, Program Director Chestnut, of Atlanta director of lb.'adion. Invitation to Joiner.twill be the Masonic Families" Sunday
out Kings Road. A motorcade: from left, are: Rev. CAP, Community Action Programs, ls a guest of officials on September 15. at 3 p.m., at
the anniversary Sunday evening 6omI mtinngpicture WOJackAdams extended by Mrs. A. Glover.
September 15 at 2 p.m., In the will be formed for the trip. of the for the Action Unit, Hanklns, following the Induction ceremonies. Photos by Hanklns Un_ UtnnU Hill and Mr.' Shlloh Baptist church, West

education: lending with a An are asked to meet at the R.dh Johnson will take the-of- King Street, St. Augustine.
musical tea. Mrs. Leola Brown Eutopia Shop Monday at 4.99. Fashion Spectacular Frank Williews feting Visitors wlUbeacknow Past Master J.D. Smith of

will be mistress of ceremonies.Mr : The motorcade will leave at Palatka Action Students ledged by Mrs.: Glover, with S.D.W. Smith Lodge will be the

*. Rosa L. Riles,Miss Phyllis S p.m. This 1s an important At Mt. ,Olive Sun. Chorus Mistcil t :words of appreciation) coming speaker for the occasion. The
Levy and others win parti meeting. Queen workers will be ,, ;from Mrs. Marlon. Community Chorus win furnish
clpate. Deacon Van DriggersIs chosen. Plans will be made for The Fall Fashions Spectacular Effort Sul.y The Youth Hour will be at music. Mrs. Cornelia Grady
leader. Rev. George Price the anniversary. Mrs. Shaw is directed by Allis Clark and 3 p.m. Devotions will be led Is president of the Council.
1 will be The Frank L.Williams Chorus Ethel Jenkins 1s vice-
is pastor. Indisposed. his models, Sunday by Ray Ingram and Eddie Harts- Mrs.
September IS, at Mt. Olive of New Bethel AMA Church will filed. Miss Gloria Brown will president and reporter of theCouncil.

1 AME Church, nanlt11llaDd Pip celebrate the tenth anniversary be mistress of ceremonies.: *
pin Streets, from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday night September 16. Miss Johnnie
M. Brown win
1i The House of Aragon Is the' at 1 p.m., at the church, nlrdu4 deliver the welcome address,' Ht. Zion A.H.E.


1J i ,sponsor... .. Dean Tyler D.V.Streets.Webster, Edward from with Miss the response Lauretta Hansberry.coming Qiarierly ConferenceWill
'wlQ .
Waters College, speak
j Miss Carol Cote' will '
give a BeSinday
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Mrs. Bessl A. WashingtonwUl ,
!WII7 cuffs OF TURKS be the featured soloist. T.J. II reading. Miss Rosa Hall will The fourth quarterly coaterIOCt *
I I sing Miss Ana will
Hansberrr
Zion AME Church
will of Mt ,
J The family of the late Mr. Williams, director, appear 'give a reading. The Angejettes
In the usual role. Beaver and Neman, will beheld
EnID L. Carley, 1342 West Assisting will be Mrs.Bryant, will sing. Miss Betty Reid will Friday, September 13, at
10th Street, who expired August Professor W.D. Cannon Mrs. give a solo. Miss Sandra Levy 7:30 with Presiding Elder T.

11, 19M, wish to take this 0. Harrell, F. Donalson, Jr., will sing. Miss Shirley Glover E. Shelve In charge.
method In expressing our sin B. Bellamy. S. Johnson, J. andMlss Bobble ClIIDmlD will l Rev. Charles Toston, pastor
&uuhI// cert thanks to every one for bring words of appreciation. sandclubs
CUnard, A. Alexander, G. W. bas announced that boards
all acts of kindness shown The will be
men In
4 Breton, Mrs. F. Donalson and chargeat are to make written and
during his Illness and death. Mrs Earllnt Watkins. night. Deacon W. Jackson financial reports. Refreshments -
thanks to friends and and Deacon
Special This year's performance for: Peter Smith win will follow
neighbors for cards, flowers, minates with! the purchase of : lead the devotions. Deacon John Sunday School begins at 930.

and other gifts which were too n new piano for the church.: r ? ****** The morning worship will begin i
Do you have, questions about the biggest -' numerous for sending Individual ". at 11 a.m. Rev. Shehee

crisis our nation has ever cards of thanks. We pray IN 11(111111 lirel SpecialsSill will deliver the sermon. The
God's blessing upon all of you.
faced, the racial crisis? Signed: Mrs. Courtney N. Car In memory of our dear brother pastor and congregation' will
worship at Tabernacle Baptist
Do you have suggestions you'd like lay and family. who departed this life Septem PMt at 1.SO. J
to make to the Black and the White ber 9, 186%. You left us six li .

leadership about how to solve it? MER'S"SKIN years ago but your memory :
will never leave us. We lore ;4 The Hives Specials, Youth PRESIDES t
Do you want to hear what other I SUCCESS, you but God loved you best. Much enthusiasm has been evinced la the Community Action Dramatic Gospel Group of Jack -

ordinary citizens ask people) John OINTMENT Signed: Sister, Mrs. Estella Program of Pa stka., This picture,' taken by James lianklns. sonvllle, with their instruments !

Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and Douse, brother, Denote H. chows two members of the Sewing Class. CAP Is a government of Faith Ensemble,will be heard I
tti en rur sawS tan vase ra to aid those In the who want further in afternoon and
nTlMM, Martin and family project designed community Palatka Sunday .
what sort of MIUTIM/M tCill* W KMHua -
answers they come up. VM wni mount MSMU. MIM advancement These young lilies art wearing garments made night, September U, at 8 p.m., ''rREV.
., with? Make yourself heard and bear it'all ,, in rtxt lui wu AMAH tea MEMORIAM 1n their clue Photo by NankiasMeraeas at,the Zion Temple Church of

on NIGHT CALL, the- new, nationwide Pmlu'sJaw &ttCUr IR 'G d. 16th and Branson. Elder
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telephone call-in show. err :.. ew.... : : MARIE KELLER-Iu William Rutledge is pastor. .
Are RilitkmsIrtwm ..
M V. *M ttimtUu.nbvJiN I N <11Nw w of beloved mother and Striyiii Mrs. Lillian Battles lssponsor.
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\ifPJpl1:30: P.M.To 12:30: A.M. *Mt.MM *M (Ml* WMwW kT NUHjrt ..grandmother who died September On Tuesday night September
.u.. ..occur. Mttid M M S, 1966. Races Tbroiik A Greet 17. they will be at the United
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w In. w4y II wne1 We loved you more, but God LOS ANGELES Prayer Band Temple, usa Me-
The Great Mormon cburch '
Call tilled 212-749-3311 cur 44CJJCOWUTIIK I so ce"rrui. loved you best, he chose to take Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter Day Saints, /is now 01nI,also because as the of harry. Elder Cecil Thomas 1s BJ. BOONE

The United Methodist Church .UIII ruISISm you to the home of rest, but we ,I grant received from the Carnegie Corporation, making a leader On September 19 they 'Rt,. B.J. Boons of Puthnefl.
l.. OR OWT 9cI shall love will be in concert with the
never forget
Released in cooperation with the your comprehensive study of race relations with Negroes but, Flay will preside at the annual
and tender Sweet Brothers and the Dixie,
National Council of Churches ". NLA0-TO TOE NOTICTUNn cart. according to top>> leadership, will perhaps make no change In its, district anniversary of District
w I. -CMIM Children John Elisabeth land Blind Boys.
National Catholic Office for Radio and Television WWII MH.N.E, Mt Jmi : toMy..... : ,' philosophy concerning priesthood for Negroes within its ranks. No. 5 of MODe r lei Baptist
N.e.s.AW N hfM im tkll Margaret, and James. Granddaughter -
Florida Council of Churches ,./y..1i Hsi.r..lw I IIII. 'ibis special study le t tion and amounU to $%tOOO. Church 1446 West fzndS mdayi
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j I Family Group Pictures In Breadth I Church.The Mormon' Church with airs. Alice Boston and the GetsSckeelarskips, ',
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: Discount by Joseph Smith, who was sue anniversary Sunday night at t.30
ceded by Brigham Young and, In the House of God 172S West Three Betbune-Cookman College

with Dr. McKay. 95 years old Zftth Street. Elder JX Tarver. students art recipients o(
: "Select The Best Jacksonville's Leading"I as president at the moment, pastor. Rev. Paul Fountain will Methodist Scholarships,
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has never refused Negroes In serve u master of ceremO 1es. according to officials of the
Individual Service Us membership. Negroes can The Shibboleth Ladies dub Board of Education, Methodist

:I \" Summer WeddiajsWtddini w AVAILABLE TO EVKRYONE: serve in various other capa Mrs. Ruby Ragland. president, Church. Nashville, Tenn., .,
Usher Board.Pictures, : cities, but their doctrine says win serve as the host group. William Clark junior English
: REGARDLESS OF The .Sunday Morning Prayer major from Miami,Fla. Janict
'" the Negroes were IOc.r It cIucJentl1" ;
I Band will take charge of the Dupree, a sophomore business
and cannot
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j" According to the Mormon leading. Others appearing will Augustine and Rosa Lynn Sally
-LADY ATTENDANTS be Choir No. 1 of the ft junior English major from
t Cl.bsBiwliif ::1 ; Clab Annirersaries doctrine, this belief can be House
Private .' STAFF ORGANIST changed! only throngevela- of God, the Gospel Train Mrs. Crescent: City, received grant

} AIR CONDITIONED 'tion to the prophet now Dr.' Murphy, president, The Ex*, for the coming school year..

J Trims '; Bail, Pictures I 4 BURIAL .* SHIPPING McKay, president for the past' eeUlor Singers Traveling National Methodist Scholar
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17 1/2 years, has not received Mrs. beds Mclotos,. ship Awards cover tuition ad'tees
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CALL DAY OR NIGHT the other hand,the Mormon thanlel Jackson and the on the basis of superior academic
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hierarchy emphasises civil Mary
IF IT IS IMPORTANT, TRUST YOUR PICTURES ONLY rights and better race relations. Blue and guitar McCalT Sing:' ability active churchmansnlp,

The Mormon publications, era Thelmareaes, Sister deEorab *. character, personality and

I WITH A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER nevertheless do not concern arUeylD4SJncers,Mr.. need.
1bq.tcu themselves with matter or race Lottie. Toofces. Mrs. Doretha: About 500 sucH awards.art
Davis. Mrs. theme given annually by the Methodist
but rather dwell Williams.
on sex, drink
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I Leading 4 Negro Ministers Defend Churches Against Critics of "Do Nothingness"Mt. d




lethal liptist Chirch His r Frank L. Williams Chorus FroniMt Leaders Decry '


DM! Diy With Two Bi| Services I. 'i. .:..{....-<...qr .. Uilsir Uteliif Of Owrcli 'I

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lit. .Bethel Baptist Church will obstnre Women's Day 'I Two outstanding Negro religious leaders,Dr.Edward "' '
Sunday, pastor of First Baptist Church of Kansas City,Kansas and
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September IS .
with
e
program throughout the Ret. S.A
day
Thomas li pastor.uuests T. Oscar Chappelle, pastor of the Morning Star Baptist
.u of Tulsa, Okla., have taken stands against the attitude of
win be present in the Fountain Chapel AME; Mrs. who contend that the church has not taken the proper
Sunday School, beginning at S.A. Thomas, Invitation; Mrs. the solution of the world's problems and that it does not,
9:30.: Mrs. Janie Johnson d Allen, Mrs. D. Johnson, Mrs. r9i fore, appeal to the youth of today,
Bethany Baptist will be guest E. Calhoun, Mrs. V. Thomas, .Dr. Freeman, president of the
superintendent. Other guests Mrs. Frankle Taylor, offering; National Sunday School andBaptl.t nunity groups,
of
: spoke
will be: Reviewer Mrs. Marie Unloa They
Mrs. Margaret Barney, acknowledgment cI Training
rent-supplement plans
Boston, Church of God Re.
; of visitors. Congress, and Rev. Chappelle; ownership of homes by
viewer. Mrs. Boyd, Summer. The second service begins at director general of the Congress bers. They hastened to ,
vile; secretary, Mrs. Bernlce S i In Miami last week
p.m. Mrs. L. Miller of Day i were much of what they do Is
Barney, Mt. Ararat; Class Spring Baptist and Mrs. LM. / finalising plans for the 1969 because ,
the they
Teachers, Mrs Scott, Lewis Southward of Zion Rope Baptist meeting of the Congress, said press -11
.Memorial, No. 1; Mrs. Dorothy wfll lead the devotional service. to be the largest Negro religious seek publicity. I .
Way, Philadelphia Baptist; No. Mrs. Jerry Robinson will give organizations the world. "We've had our peace
2; Mrs. Verdle Parker Church the devotional reading repre The Congress will be 'ments;.u'aald Rev.
of God. No. 3, boysDay Mrs.: seating Royal Tabernacle I t rctac scheduled for June 16 to 23 at "job opportunity '
Madding Sermln Spring : t ". and everything. We
Baptist. The Mt. Salem Chorus r the Dinner Key Auditorium with
girls; .Mrs. Rebecca Bryant, No. 1 will sing. Mrs. S.A.. satellite sessions.in other In the press all the
New Hope AME, No. 4 boys Thomas will take the missionary i! I&.AJL 1// i t.FI1MPIIBIH buildings. the Black Power
and Mattle Fletcher,Mt.Salem, offering. Prayer will be t. President Freeman: felt that They don't want to '
girls; Mrs. Moss, S. Matthew, led by Mrs. Robinson. Miss there must be rapport between we're doing. They
No.5. boys and Willie Mae Gloria Thompson will deliverthe the dissenters and those who to help. They want
Mack St. Matthew girls; La* welcome address. Mrs. feel that the church Is making to fight.
Tonla Graham, Antioch Baptist, Sandra Jackson of Bethel Baptist progress. He feels that dissenters
t No.8. Callahan, win respond. should be apprised of I.,. "Kill '
The morning services beginat Mrs. C.I. Williams will pre. the church's contributions.Rev. .
11 a.m. Participants will be: sent the speaker, Mrs. Perry, Chappelle emphasized! Posifki li
1- ,. jA .1 f.i
St. Anthony Prayer Band, de. West Union Baptist. Mrs., J. that the Black Man has been at
Totlons; Mrs. D. Jones Second Walker will make announcements .. The Frank L. Williams Chorus of New Bethel AME Church will On the second lO'IJ1.'roll left, are:. Louis Jones, treasurer, the forefront of every move of ATLANTA Williams- (NPI)
Baptist of Callahan, devotional and .Mrs. Vera Scott, celebrate Us tenth anniversary Monday night, September 16, at James Cllnard, and Shepherd Johnson. On the any Importance. He said that Rev. A.D.
reading; First Samuel Chorus Mt Ararat Baptist will sing 8 p.m., at the church Third and Tyler Streets. Members are back: row are: Frank Donaldson. Jr., third vice president and labor, civil rights, hospitals, come to the city to
of Ebenecer
'No. 1, First Samuel Baptist The queen of the day will be shown' above. In the first row, from the left art: Irma Bryant, W.D. Cannon!, first vice president. No shown are Mr. and Mrs. 8<<:schools all have come from pastorship Church which the
Church, maslc; Mrs. L.A. crowned by Mrs. W. Smith. organist; P.J. Williams president; R. Hampton,soprano soloist; Ralph Watkins and Arthur Alexander, second vice president the church. Oftentimes U Is ,
Martin Luther
Thomas pastor for the day, Mrs. Walker will make the Olivia Harrell, secretary Bertram Bellamy and Ollie Jackson. the church which has helped served. King

Missionary offering; Mrs. appeal. The offering will be Colossiiis Ifftist Chirch Gets others who, at the same time, Rev. A.D. King, who
Elisabeth Crawford, First taken by Mrs. Barbara Rlchar were staunch critics of the the
Corinth Baptist, prayer Mrs. son, St. Matthew Baptist Mrs. church. Kentucky: Christian
;
May Barney, welcome; Mrs. Adams Mrs. M.McCloudMrs. CHURCH NEWSNEW Prepared For Double AniversiryColossiaas The two leaders mentionedthe ershlp Conference of '
pastor
L Wright, Mt Canun Baptist; Leola Riddle and Mrs. Shirley Baptist Church will celebrate the anniversary of the activities of their churchesIn Baptist Church,
response; Mrs. Jessie Walker Jones. Mrs. C. Dallas will acknowledge MT., OLIVE BAPTIST organization and that of the pastor from September It to 23, community problems. They largest Negro
announcements; Mrs. C. Park visitors. Chairman., with visiting officials and church In spoke of credit unions, com
pastors, organizations .
er, Little Rock Baptist, solo; Mrs. Evelyn Simmons, todcochairman Sunday School win begin at ':30 with the superintendent Deacon 'dlarN. gregaUon.To
Mrs. S. Rice Cambridge, In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor -
presentation of Mrs. WlnnUred Rev. S. Stewart and Pilgrim Corinth Baptist win be In
"his The ..rY1ce1t1U with devotions.
begin
or appointee. morning
speaker, Mrs. Leona Daniels
will
Murray nuke remarks.
Baptist and Rev. L. McQueen.
charge.
Covenant will be held and will be followed by baptism. Communion'
will be administered at 3 p.m. The combined choirs win sing. andRoyal Tabernacle Baptist On Friday night Rev. W.L.
Rev. ShuttlesworthBurns Mrs. Lambert will furnish music. Prayer meeting and Bible will have charge of Monday Qantoo of New Mt Olive Bap
Study will be Tuesday at 7:30. Rev. W.L. Clinton Is pastor. Bight's services. On Tuesday tilt, Elder A. Data of Bible.
night Rev. M.J. TroweU ofSt way Holiness, and Rev. Tolbertof
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BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Luke, Rev. J.W. Johson of Philadelphia St Peter's Baptist, will .

MortageIn SuidayScboolbegins at 9.30 with Superintendent Eurene Sawyer, Baptist and Rev. serve.
MIS. Ullle Webbed and Mrs.Sadie Fedd In'charge. The morning! David Johnson of Bethel Baptist Oa Monday Smith September 23,
service begins at 11 a.ra. BTU opens at 8 pja. The evening will be la charge. Rev. R. of Friendship
service begins at 6 p.m. Usher Board No.3 and the Senior Choir On Wednesday night Rev. H. Baptist Rev. W.M. Lavant ofSt
Record Time will serve throughout he day. Pastor W.'". Williams will be In Edwards of St Joseph Baptist, Mark Baptist and Rev. W.L
charge.: On September 16 the deaconesses win celebrate their Rev. W.S. Peeples Magnolia Williams of Bethlehem Baptist I
anniversary. On September 22 the Sunday School anniversary Baptist, Rev. G. Allen of Community will have charge.AU .
CDtCDNAfIOhio 1 1SHOP
Fewer than three The
years after It was Baptist and Rev. W. services begin at I
founded will be held. Mrs. VIvIan Wilson Is reporter. The chorea Is p.m.
the
Greater New Light Baptist Church has burned the Demps of Beulah Baptist will Sunday School will begin at 1I
located at HIS Madison
Street.
mortgage on Its property on North Crescent Avenue.
be la charge. 930. The morning worship begins
Pastor of the church Is the I Involve the church more deeply NEW REDEEM BAPTIST Oa Thursday night Rev. H. at 11 a.m. Tbe evening :tz\AwTTr1 I

Rev. Fred L. Shnttleworth, who I la the social development and Districts 3, 4, 8 and I will celebrate their anniversary Sunday Wailer of St. Matthew, Rev. N. worship begins at B p.m. Rev. ; II'h
continues active In Southern i actlvUles of the community" at 3 p.m. at the church. Women's Day will be observed all day Glover of Mt. Pleasant Baptist R.J. Crawford pastor, will
freedom movement despite his The church was established Sunday, October 17. Sunday School begins with superintendent and Rev. W. L. Jones of First deliver both sermons*
heavy ,-d-tUs as-pastor, here. In January, 1966, by Mr. Shuttleworth -, I _
and >MrhrB In rhim Th e lesion will be reviewed br R,T. E. I
He U president'of the Louis* and around 150 members l Norman,- pastor. ne'morning worship begins at if a.m.-with .- . '
fill I IConference who left Revelation Baptist ALICHI HANI
based Southern
the deacons charge: of devotions. Choir No.3 and Usher Board
Church' after a long period of
Educational
Fund No. 3 will serve throughout the day with Mrs. Fannie Jackson
(CEF); secretary of the South. 'controversy. There art more U charge of music. Districts No. 8 and No. 7 will meet Sunday j
ernCarlstlaa than' 400 members now.
Leadership at 6 P." The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Boo sermons SLICEDBACON .
Conference (pCLT;, headquartered Second Baptist will, be delivered by the pastor. Prayer meeting will be each 1-11 i;
In Atlanta, and Tuesday Bight: at 7.30 p.m., followed by Bible Study. The church .., 59
of
president tbt Alabama
located at 1614 East SOUl StreetNEW
Christian Moveme.it Human Tnlalig UiioR PAR.SREItIiMT .
Rights, Birmingham. BETHEL ALE
Aa announcement by the church Meets WednesdayThe The regular order of senrices will be held at Mew Bethel AME A )
on the mortgage buring stated: monthly business meeting Sunday. Rev. Elijah Jones Is pastor. The Sarah McGlnnts
"The successof this church U. of the Training Union of Second Missionary Society: will hold its regular meetlngSunday 4 p.m.
its many spectacular achievements Baptist will be Wednesday night, at the church. A group plctire will be taken. Members are asked ..
rests upon the genuine Tbe executive session will begia to wear dark clothing. Lunch will follow. The Frank L. Williams __ nil CIT I
fellowship and togetherness fIts at 7 p.m. the general session Chorus will celebrate the 10th anniversary Monday at I p.m. In "\' : jf-
members and their consls at I p.m. An presidents and the main auditorium. PJ. Williams asks the support of all CHUCK I
tent generous giving to meet captains are urged to be boards. Visitors art Invited Several coming attractions bare
the needs of the church. present. been planned In the Interest of Women's Day. A Uttle Miss *
"U Is the nope and prayers of Sunday School will begin at Women's Day contest will be featured and will end Sunday The store that 55 :
this church to erect a larger 9.30 a.m. Sunday. The lesson afternoon. Members are .expected: pay their budget dues.
and more spacious auditorium will be reviewed by Rev. J.L. ttrs. Marlon L. Cooper clerk of the church, was stricken about STEAK
on further this .site- and to purchaser Hall, assistant t pastor. lie will Sunday morning and 1s confined at St Luke's Hospital. cares you l'
properties on which to also deliver the major sermons
for worship. fUENDSmp PRIMITIVE BAJTJSr
Rev. W.M. Uvint Consecration rites will be held Sunday Scnool begins at 9.43. The morning service begins at
at 10.45 and morning worship 11:30. Rev. H. Robinson pastor, will preach. At 3 p.m. Mt. Zion SIPEI IICIT
Guest Speaker begins at U a.m. The Training Primitive Baptist Church and Us pastor Rev. Sheffield, will be 'IS. I IelLl
Union will be held at 5.-4S p.m. present for the anniversary of the deaconesses. At 9 p.m. 3 $1.39
At Good Shepherd Evening worship begins at 7 District No. twin hold the monthly meeting the church. Deacon GROUND BEEF
p.m. The Prayer of Faith Hour Winston Ware Is leader.On Thursday and Friday a special project
RI,. W. If. Uvaat Jr. will Is Tuesday at7p.m.The council :another. at 31t Godwin Street On Friday and Saturday
speak after services at. the of the Sunday School: officers project tor Women's Day, will be promoted at toft LIMIT I i Inl $sAIEI
Good Shepherd Baptist Church. and teachers will be Friday Lewis Street. lUll !
He win be accompanied by the .atlD.m.Eariha. c':
St Mark Gospel Chorus. The MT. ULEIIIW"nST FLOUR 5 4% .:
church Is located at 1722 West Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent Jack rir 4
29th Street Rev. A. Garvla Is While Green In charge.: The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor.. .
pastor. Usher Board No. 1 Is Deacons H. Troy sit George Tucker: will be In charge: of '!
sponsor. The service will be Receives Articles morning devotions. Choirs No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will 1111 ,I
at Bight serve throughout the day. The evening devotion begin at 6 p.m.,
The chapel of the Earths with Deacons Ode WUbert and Freddie Neal la charge.: The 'I 10 CIII
Walter j GilviiBetfef White's Nursing Home was the pastor or his appointee will deliver the sermon. Following the Swill PEAS SAM
setting of a presentation from evening service a program will be presented In the Interest of JPINUCE ,l
the Auxiliary of 42 sheets and Women's Day. Monday night Choir No. 3 will rehearse. Tuesday I'i
AH* 40 pUlow cases, to be added sight Is Prayer Meeting night Wednesday Bight, Choir N. I PARE TIIIAiKETCHUP/ NANAREI
to the list much-needed articles. rehearses. On Thursday night Choir No. 1 rehearses.. The ;
UtderooiKj Operation : Miss White, president, church is located at 1211 West 22nd Street Rev. ...Q. Rogers. 2 ?TTL:3% 1i.y
Walter T. GaMa, prominent, and Mr. Romeo Clbbs, administrator .Is pastor. Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. \
responded enthusiastically -
church and fraternal figure,
following the pre BJLSET ell!
is recovering from a major J
sentation. Matilda W. Brown Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Mrs. Blithe Grlflen and
operation at the Baptist Memorial Asp
Hospital Mr. Calvin, Is president teachers la charge. The morning worship begins at U a.m. flllEl "NCENTIATEIAANiE .
Stewardess Board No. 2 will meet Sunday at t:3O.1Ir1. Viola

a fireman resident of the of Mayport Florida and, East Is a Order Of Shrhors Mae Thomas Gilbert Is president.U secretary.flRELIGION Rev.. Dave McElvla is pastor. Mrs. Eva JUICE ,: 6 SANS DOC

Coast Railroad. He Is the fatter Guest Of Emanuel I
of several widely-knowa f
persons of this lid other cities The members of the Order ,
Including Mrs. Alberta of Bhrlners Temple No. 6 will I I AND RACE I I Ail IUNI ClUI STYLE r ,, "
H. Williams of the Progressdve' worship with Emanuel Baptist t
Baptist State Convention Church Sunday morning at I \
of Florida U .... Illustrious Gorge CIRCUIT EIDER CORN 2 : :: 39C'SPECIILI ASSL KAIUfiEl
Avis, Potentate, Is requestingmembers MONROVIAItP1)A new publication, the Liberian Circuit i
Prune Of Mace to wear dark salts Rider has Joined the worldwide family of Uethodlst Journalism.
sad faces. Thomas WilliamsIs A quarterly periodical for United Methodists of the oldest black
reporter. African Republic, Liberia, Its first Issue was mailed to more SHOP AT YOUR
O.E.S. Meets. than 1,000 church leaders, nationally and 1DterDatJ aI1,. 1111' fHSI CRISP PASCAL
St Matthews Ushers
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Phi Celekatioi NEW YORK-(NPO-Some$100.OI00mfnns and Investments 3000 W. 4511
Pride of Maceo Temple Ho, Usher Board No. 2 of St Matthew Washington and Chicago Illinois, have been made by the United
114 of W win meet September Baptist 11 f making plans Methodist Board of Missions from a$3 million fund set aside for PRICES IN
19 at the Elks Home 712 West for celebrating the anniversary that purpose. The allocation Is split between the Central Area THIS .
Dual, at I P'". lira. Battle Monday, September 23,at I pja.An Cooperative of Seattle Inc., the first black-owned-operated L2 LIS. 29C 2 ; 1 19Ctj AlE ROOD
James Is Daughter Rater. YTALKS Ul
L are Invited. Mrs. Emma bosmesss la the central ana of the city, and the Fifth City Redevelopment
Daughter Queea B, Wmianu WatklnslspresideatRev.George Corporation, an all-blade group seeking to Improve SATUIOAY SEPt
reporter. A. Price Is pastor. living and economic conditions: on Chicago's Weltlldt.j. .
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MEMBER .i.iD1 POLICE POWER

I l Millions at American were shocked by the violent clashes

between the poUce and peace demonstrator and newsmen la
NEGRO P :' 1:' FIONA!, Chicago during the Democratic Convention.We .

IF THE 8LACKM4H x ti saw younc men and women with blood streaming down their
f G4H W/Nt M/S/33t9% 4' i MR. CHAIRMAN face*', youth thrown to the ground and clubbed by four or fiTe

HE CINWIN r MISSISSIPPI CAST policemen; and we saw reporter and press photographers
/ attacked In the same manner.
'' NHERE: irs VOTE--
ANY r -., Innocent bystanders didn't escape either. Middle-aged guests
tr _. ..._ at the Hilton Hotel were pushed through a plate glass window
(ERIC 0. SIMPSON MANAGING EDITOR :, 1 ; Alo and then they were beaten. i

ry> r All of this was on television '

r screens in millions of American
HILDA WOOLEN CIRCUlatiON MANAGE l
tiring rooms and by now !
films of these outrageous events I
2323 MONCRIEf ROAD PHONE hare been shown around the I .. + '

\ world. .
ELGIN 4-6782 MAILING ADDRESS People now should realise the I
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dangers of unrestrained police I

P.O. BOX 599 JACKSONVIIIE( FLORIDA power.know that Hopefilly such abuses they areift now!]

32201 the sole property of sheriffs I ,riD
Mississippi and Alabama,I
7YH AYE. but that they can exist In the great cities of the north U well.
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4 rOCRA Americans now know-because they hare seen it with their ern'eJtIUlat ;

PHONE( 151.3819SUBSCRIPTIONS what black people hare been saying about police abuses
is true. For a change black skulls weren't being cracked. nose
RATES were white middle-claw: youngster who felt the sting of the tear

One Year $12.00 Half Year $7.00 gas and the crack of the billy club.
n ls ironic that those who would defend this excessive show of
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States. force on the grounds that the police were Jeered, spit on, taunted,

Subscription payable in Advance and otherwise humiliated, are the first to say that no amount of
Send Cheok or Money Order to: intimidation or brutal treatment done to the American Negro for

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 JCr1ON centuries Jnstlfl his resort to force or violence
dell Perhaps some good may come of what happened in Chicago 1
Vi .It. flf.U fr.w* )ape that many people who were so free with their cries for "law

ECHO OF "THE NEW DAY" and order" now understand that we can't hare law and order

The Poor Help Tfonstlves? without Justice and compassion.Mow that they hare seen what
"order" can lead to when It U itselflawless and excessive, that
slogan has been exposed for the fraudulent device it can be,

Even at the very depth of poverty, a few Individual I namely a way of restricting freedom and suppressing dissent
have been able to lift themselves up by faith In them. YOUR And because the victims in this Instance were white, perhaps
selves and In God by strong determination, and persist WeeklyHOROSCOPE people will be more likely to understand the complaint of the

nnce. But, by and large, this is not true of the masse of I ghetto and be more willing to do something about them.
the and "man farthest down." For U was the Indifference to the ghetto's complaints about
poor police action that made what happened in Chicago possible. W*
Why can't the poor help themselves Let us cite the I r
of GUIDE are all U the same boat-4f one group U allowed to suffer, other
case a Nashville, Tenn. Negro woman as one of the
reasons. I groups soon become victims. Yesterday it was black people; in
Chicago U was white students and reporters.Who will be tomorrow -
This poor, elderly woman sought assistance in finding '
victim
place to move her belongings run-down home she ?
a
from \ By PABLO The ASTROLOGER But it would be unfair to stigmatize all policeman for the act
owned in Nashville Her late husband had worked for the .
of poorly-trained and officer In Chicago.. In New
i r: poorly-led
City of Nashville for many years with a limited income. I V
York, for example a demonstration to protest the Chicago
Now the city had condemned her home because it has DO .
actions was held and the demonstrator presented a signed!
bathroom poor wiring and rotting foundation. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS placard to policemen thanking them for their professional
Will the public tell) us how can this lady pay or borrow performance of their duties.

$3,000 for rewiring plumbing and a new foundation I But the fact 1* that la many cities Negroes are harassed by
so that she might make her home reach the standards of FOR some police without justification. 0 dot III'I III yt to take the form

the housing code of brutal club swinging. Sometime It'* calling men "boy" or
Her small retirement pension barely coven the necessities
topping people and frisking them without cause. Rudeness
of every day living. Her home of many years will BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL common.In .

probably go back to the state for taxes and she will haveto the long run, the care for police disorder 1* better training
rent another run-down house and lose all she and her ---. --- --- --- --- -- ----- ------ --- --- --- higher pay, and better education for candidate*for the force. But

husband have worked for all these years. afl the dire predictions made that will take a while, and rl&tllaow there U a desperate need
ARIES and would be the Cross over. B may be that
She can't borrow the because of her So on right track
money age. far It by the diehards, Friday for civilian review. boards to handle civilian complaints and take
what will happen to her and to all elderly people who BORN MARCB to choose, one that will uphold fate is'putting an opportunity well fee ISta U apt to be harmless Actions to. curb abuses of power.
to bow
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have no desire for public housing where noisy childrenand 21ST ,'I. APRIL' Jill: and.Implement Choose friend these who principle your caa path manage' see to tan tt toperlOD&l and ......tilL B personal H, U seem likely, creation of suck boards 1s poI.WcallJ.m-
the rage of) youth never.worry about peace and quiet are you value have bees revelghedand poutble, there ought to be a publia Investigator with the powet
No, all poor people cannot help themselves. The economic First make ..,.. Were U a* seasoned and, conseqeentb;,. if tt could aysthe answer mm 'reassigned, get ready for the to resolve compla1Dta.'Scucll nlaa'coa trle. have such u
more conservative la outlook a*
cards are stacked up against them. denying the fact that the magnltttdeofthejobtobeoonewill- and deportment. Those who are to secret U well u overt next step to be taken. officer, calld an "ombudsman." We need him here, too.
And local have to take action to
mayor reform their
police
trying to instill idea to the problems that, somehow have 7.90.33.13.53.121SAGITTARIUS ,
not deter most of you from I effect that anarchy and chaos been "handicapping more way departments so that they are responsive to the needs of cttliens
tackling It with usual vigor and and don't become threat to law and Justice themselves.
than U economic and
I are necessary for the rebuilding one. personal
THE STING OF DEATHOh determination. Reliance on Individual can be found
ban security
society ulterior aim '
skills u well u on and should be Ignored entirely through change of locale there BORN NOV. AS IT LOOKS FROM HERE,
enthusiasm vlll carry one tar,
Death! Where is thy sting? This statement remindsus sometimes a bit too tar for 10 99 .19.31.111 should be no hesitancy or pro- 23RD DEC 21ST
t
craslUnation which, after all, 1 INI I. tub
that we must live under the sentence of death from one' safety or comfort. Ibis ,
the moment we are born but this doe not put it any would be a valid reason to are only negative traits.should The be Tou-ttaf who. While U One of the biggest blunders'puU politicians, public office
from now on
further from our thoughts. pause and evaluate the odds. CANCER way, deviations never hurt to know the most seeker and their representatives the tendency to Ignore the
ahead with

no
straight
Ministers have tried to pretty up death by saying Jim There is, or should be, a new BORN nit) permitted by those who Important people In town or In Negro media Most politicians feel that U they get two or three
Smith, for example, "passed," and he passed on to the sense of caution striving mightily are fully determlnedto succeed. professional social circle, prominent Negro figures In their camp they have the Negro
Glory Land. But this does not take away the awful sting. to keep you out of trouble 22ND IDLY 22KD There is a growing realisationthat those who caa really and deservedly vote sewed up. In so many Instances this ha* proven to be
Death 1s ever uppermost in our thoughts, according to a these daa.1I should always be take the bow are those absolutely false In purpose and non-resuUful In benefit ,to the
friends and other
Chicago psychologist, Mr. Morton A. Lieberman, who has, heeded, for U baa been primarily Who My* so? Not everybodywho marriage elements, that makeup who may term th.mstl..MUmI candidate.
been studying the problems of aging established for your own post U U authority Important modern society are the t in the true sense of the In past elections local and national, this tendency to Ignore,
and not for really is one when It come word. And theN are many more futile to the candidate' future. This
LI berman believes that older people approximately a good anyone else'*. the Negro press has proven *
step to status and higher
The failure to heed U could down to bras tacks. He sign!. po who could lay claim to this than does not only to the white candidate but to
year away from death show definite signs of psychological sitions. Talent CIA count. too., apply Negro
point to the that If
possibility you are now so doing they only
and that COIItuIDc tmaUaoalc"'rll.tl" candidate u well.
change, Intellectually emotionally
death. That is. they begin to monitor all signs with auackment, .os with know more about personal ,I 90 M .16.96.119 could manage to shake off the The first national blunder In this respect occurred In 1MO
themselves. loved ones, or a severe financial equalities and shortcomings than overt and hidden handicaps tt when 'Wendell Wllkle.. seeking the presidency.'WUkle's public

When !U one dead Legally, the physician: must make setback. Why risk It? anyone else can tell you Irs LIBRA seem to have them quite securely Image was appealing to N'eroea.1Dd he could have licked FDR
Just matter of shackled.I .
this decision. An AMA ad hoc committee used these 1 t0. 44. 14 It 1U more a aU-eomndenaudirud building up BORN SEPT. with Negro vote. But he failed to carry his message to the

guidelines on the basis of causes; cardiac arrest asphyxia, tog personal Judgment Instead SO 66 19.2S.t49CAPRICORN Negro voters, by the only means available for effective results,
23RD OCT. 23RD through the Negro
massive brain damage, poisoning or metabolic derange press.
of
believing that those who alt
ments. One is dead when the brain is permanently non Again It happened 1MI. Tom Dewey had done a tremendous
in
I the seat of the mighty know
and n ANTAPRIL211N Keep probing It Is tooling no Job of elevating Negroes to high office, even more so than the
functioning u through unreceptivitv unresponslvity, It all and can do no wrong. oneself to make little BORN BEC.22ND federal
one but government under Truman But Truman used the Negro
when there is movement and when there.re '
no or breathing, B could create
great emotional
no reflexes. Often this condition must be verified by MAT 20TI distress pave.the to of or to Ignore altogether, what JAN. 1STN press, and carried his message to Negroes directly He even
and way .we know to be genuine faults set a precedent In campaigning personally In Harlem Dewey
electroencephalegrama. substantial monetary losses to within ourselves. And It 1s not Anything can happen It la a lost his own state of New York -
We feu death, because often one skeptical' of the Do right, sleep tight 'I1Itre'1ft place too much faith in what- good tb.IDIlor writers and the
likely that many of the older There are many local and state elections where the II.JDIca1a.m1tJ
idea of life after death. And immortality of the soul ha many individuals who believe ;ever Is being proposed
or like to roam around the worldto
and wiser of the mates or has befallen candidates because they tried to get their
not been to man's satisfaction. that u long U you dont offered the 12th. Strict adherence
explained entirely every on gain knowledge and experience
partner of Ubrans-ia general message over to Negroes through self-appointed Negro bigwigs.
get caught can get
you away
to the rule
and the
with will be taken In either. So why'not U well u to gather the Just U some of the D&t1aG'.1e141D&business firms are learning
practically everything.
Tills could be true In tare instance more conservative policies lathe make a clan breast of mat.rJa1wh1c1a can be put down that the only effective way to appeal to the Negro consumer Is
YES WE ALL TALKBy saving factor that will see self- on paper. But if one 1s Just media
only. The majority of things, and embark on a through the Negro-oriented politicians m going to have
most of the
u* through mase doing It for a lark U will be
u* know what It 1s to be unable of contradictions. improvement campaign which to realize that the most effective way to effectively reach the
MARCUS H. BOULWARE to deep nights because of an loved ones ell participate and necessary to make sure that Negro voter Is through those avenues that are directed particularly
injustice here or the breaking, ,B .*> 55 .lS.tl.67Sm offer strength and encourage there Is aa inexhaustible source to him
SOME SPEAKING PRINCIPLES of a commandment there. meat This would commandtheir of money. One Negro publication Is perused by from five to ten persons

Secret adventures that may respect and render U much 4 70 VI-II-U-SD In any given week, and la many Instances, by U many families.

.In making public: speech, master the three rules of performance Been thrilling while they are BORN JULY easier to break habits or over .On the other hand the Negro publication is usually kept around
.-aster of content, of self, and of audience. And soy in progress can leave remorse come hinrtlraps that often cripple AIBARIISRUIN the house as a calendar It is referred to for Information of
what else? and bitterness' In their wake. 22N| ARCS 1STR when allowed to remain too JAN.20TI local happenings throughout the week or month u the C&lllIIIl

The following suggestions should be kept in mind .Whatever the particular long. When loan to makinga be.From
.1. Illustrations.. Remember that the human mind can follow temptation may be to which each DaD, you dare. This can be a a purchase, ,or FEB. 1BTN u editorial standpoint to influence public thinking the
concrete examples more easily than abstractions. The specific or any Taareana may be subjected very good quarter for theM who trust your associate'Judgment There's only so much. The white-oriented press Is bias In Its discussion of Issues and
illustration come in admirably welL Explain what you mean by appear to be the rp\ their blessings reap their rather than your own. This willleases appetite comes with eating. But candidates' qualifications and records.
giving. e .mp1e. Use stories Retell Incidents.Cite newspaper better pertIt of wisdom to have harvests, and play ad the games eventual worries some- so does the tendency to partake For Instance, there are many southern dallies advocating that
reports. Ton will find that you can Interest the most apathetic aching to do w1b it. This Is according to the rale. But U what.I of the good things la life to the Negro should support the Republican Party because It nI1JDCola'

group of listener* with the presentation of even one strong also a period to obtain physical soon U anyone starts tinkeringwith 40 .11-49-411 excess, with rather disturbing party that treed them from slavery. O. that some
vividly told. checkup, and to set the feet the way trends are headed, consequence Everything looks percentage: of Republicans in Congress voted for the Civil

S. Look Tour Audience This mean that you should talk to of youngster on the path cIprocre..ID4NUcltytlapaaea1. watch out Results for which SCBRPIb; rosy from the financial point Rights BUI.
more than one person among your listeners. Talk to all of your many have striven long and BORN of view aa regards mate and The' Nerro press goes t little bit deeper. They tell the fact
audience but daD, be afraid to pause frequently and look someone valiantly seem guaranteed U OCT. yourself. But there always is that during the whole period of Nixon's senatorial and viol
person directly the eye. 1.50.11.13.41.341 long as the proper amount of 24TN NOV. 22NI a possibility that either or both president career, not one gesture did be make that can be

READERS: For my free pamphlet, "100 Unique Public Speaking patience and waiting is ez.rc1se4. 'may have notions that It could recorded u being favorable to the Negro, and the entire camp
Subjects" send two stamps and a long self-addressed business CELIINI Try to force them, Hake sure There are not be made even brighter. of his. pnlUHJ organisation was practically Illy-white. A1**".
envelope to U.H. Boulware, Florida AIM University Box l1o. and they wW either evaporate many sarpolntmenbi tt f1\ there were no Negroes, hardly, U delegate to the COP
10IMAT 1 40 44 14 .
Tallahassee, Fla. 32307. or turn Into something. be keener than to realise the 29 JOt national convention.
21ST JUNE'21ST aa unexpected U U is useless tact that a goal Put "*** baa PISCES '

www There 1* much to be said for straggled so hard and so longto THIS WEEK II NEGRO HIS OIY'Sept.
Be ;Adapt ,a1 wI1. Grandiose notlons collective enterprises regardless reach is not really the one BORN FEB.
sure that put 1*** improve of the wen-bown Leo that was wanted In the first 1STN MAR. 2,14
nature or go further that It preference to act U the only place It may be possible to 17, 195S Last public appearance of Father Divine, U
you're ,win permit should be knocked and absolute leader. It would avert such an occurrence by Something's 1IImI,. The surera Philadelphia, Pa.
registered oat before the lesson... to be be much more remunerative consulting trusted associate thing looks,the less one should

driven home in more drastic for everyone concerned, to begin or acquaintances who have.Amore trust It this week, B appears Sept II, 1191 The North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
ways. There are code of behavior with. Try tt out. objective than subjectiveview better to voice doubts and concerns Company was founded In Durham N.C., by Johnson Merries.
national taws, and con- of what you are trying to to your confidant and to
REGISTER AT national customs to be .> JO W JJ'n tot accomplish ne day when per devise together, a sure way to Sept. II, 1150 Second Fugitive Slave Act voted Into law by

,320 EAST BAY STREET observed for the sake of preserving :VIRGO anal illusions or delusions protect the Interests and valuable Congress.

County Court House u orderly and progressive BORN AUG. should be dropped la favor of possessions -of either or
society Cemlnlans realism andpruualcroslderatlas botIa.aSO1'I1UGOI. fept 11. 1160 Armaod W. Scott IIIIDIcIpal Court,
who! nave to take op a cause 23RD SEPT 22ND may be the 12th. Despite WuhIDctaa, DC, diedJudge.
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to the idea of freedom. Few of them where Daniel Williams was born. through a local academy,. From,,... Hospital,the first infirmary open to
were able to pursue a higher. .. ''By Ilthetime he was twelve, hisfath'e'r there he went to Chicago,'and with all patients and physicians, regard- ..
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were reshaping not only their was called to Washington to reorganize -
own country, but the world. Sev and head the Freedman's
enty-five years before an African Hospital,then operated by the Fed
Negro gave his heart for the first t'i eral Government. He organized
successful human-heart transplant, &X"\ Freedman's into departments, collected -
. an American Negro performed the '' 1' i a staff of twenty specialists, .
S 'l world's first successful heart r r kS ; J and created the beginnings of a
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e rushed to Chicago's Provident Hos I 4 housed in pre-Civil War buildings,
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I) 0 an inch from.the man's heart. 4 modern hospital.
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C of 1893,the man was almost a sure i heart operation,Williams would
: 'L goner. X-rays weren't yet discov- t have been considered a great man.
1. A ered.Blood transfusions were practically But that medical "first" put him ,
unknown. There were no into a very select class.The class of
: .' modern"miracle drugs." rr ;' truly Ingenious Americans. I
o Q '. Yet, with incredible skill, Dr. "' Would you like to own this 1''
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I. I Had it been any other hospital 1 the complete Williams story. It
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Femiriaity era Youth Little Girls Austine La mar fashion pattern

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Stressed For Fill Silts .1 Need Help For
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Feminity and youth arc In fill snlts-flus great wherewithal.
They salt tall_weather wonderful!.-*nd art right for all but the 1 Wirdrobe' Flu
mod formal uc U1011a.II .

A fashion with flair u well main of scbool girls, are now' The following notes are from
favorite. The lcog- the Guide To
everybody's "Mother-Daughter
U wear Is roar best buy,"
advises National Board of the steered blouse Is, of course, I Fashion", by Viola finest and
Coat and Suit Industry. That an Integral part of this- s well Helen Lack of the Consumer IJR
Is the u other outfits. With bow tieor Service Division of the International
perhaps, best descrip
Lion of new tall suits- well tailored without mated by n1tm erl. Wear Workers Union, Mew tort
iflmmlcks. these great American fashions "Every little ctrl wants to
Salts go In many directions. untrimmed or f ar r e d Fall's : grow' up to be beautiful, poisedand
Short jackets with pleated novel way. Chin-high funnel \ } well dressed, Qualities
dirndl& skirts. Lone Jackets or. collars that roll down, plastron. which depend on developing good
mainly belted Watch for V-neck fronts, patch pockets or gauntlet taste and fashion Judgment at an
rtardlfaas, side-closed caffs. And, brUt breezes 'early ace. It is up to a little
Cossacks.: Sleeveless suits with by other means. Try the self- girl's mother to Instill In her
vest-like Jackets, once the do- fabric, muffling scarf. daughter an appreciation ci
Ensembles are beautiful and beauty and quality In clothes,
dutiful Fun-length coats or If it Is to become Instinctive t
::: jackets over dresses. A fresh- In later years."
lJlWQ cot costume that combines coordinated These writers feel that hMtime
f stripes and plaids., .S to teach little ctrl about
elL K d, Side closings are ln- nd In taste 1ft fashion and clothes Is
'. fact, are put of the "guess when she first begins'to think
eittn-crt qtiruioni nhoi what>and where" trend..Shirti for herself and becomes'Interested
t1 Junior Mia rtiqurllt, 'dresses suiting fabrlcscoo- In her own clothes.
grooming end ,,,,,.,.,.,,.. cealed closings, contrast skirts According to the writers, this
and skirts with panels that are may take place at any time \
pleats and rice versa. between the ages of 10 and 14. ,
Fabrics are rich, soft and if not earlier.
--tl' lightly textured Donegal tweeds A glowing fire will add warmth to any room, and btarth can be accented handsomely by rich Guidance should come In, they
/,71 return. Plaids hate more background woodgrain paneling for an extra touch of elegance. The home handyman can easily Install the feel, when the children maybe
tone. Fact-finished tongue-and-groored Uarllte Kalian cherry random planks used in this bom.mprO\.mtlltl! succumbing to the fads of
broadcloth, "lour,velvet, The woodgralned planks come In an easy ,to handle If'zf sits and go up over any existing. the times.
baby-blanket fleece, gabardine wall surface or new framing with concealed eli s and a special adhesive.. le prefinished "Let your daughter choose
loot Q..A fang tit-like.la the neck movlM may, and crepes. planks capture the authentic look .bL natural wood bat sen for a lot less. This plasilc her own clothes,. both feel,
I>u4 I Jlfll'JlroUi took more like e itrifft Bright tones are tempered- finished hardboard Is washable and Drier needs reflnlshlng. A wide variety of Marllte wood- "with you guidance. This way,
tlheCs .he cure: with an tI up II 0 -electric grain paneling.. Including textured reproductions,Is available through building material dealers, she will learn to form her own
blue. Also blue-influenced reds Judgments and make her own
A. Camouflage I it your ant
wtrt! Minimi/ that extra lenith nd greens such u Emerald decisions. Respect her opinions
by cinerinf up- from two dl.redkms. and Jade. PIne and Bottle peen- ACCENT ON THE HOMES and let her feel that you under
have your hair cut in bitter chocolate, deep taupe> and 4 r r stand her desire to dress In a
further virtue by
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tmiKHh that Mated We're spending bumper of one certain way. U her wardrobe
a style falls about dark greys. polesnni1a the in the big white coato.
mld.'ay to your thoulden. Soft banana,putty,pink,ochra, money to conquer outer apes New Product for fleas Wool men carpet for one, have always has been planned car.rauylDll
wanes i* turfs framing your green, )'tUO'I'' Coral-new and happily come of the results For example there'. that cook-! hn the lat word in wisely, she will quickly lean
"In.
chin nlll diminish" the are hetpinc to improve our war that can be shoved Into the he Uue-tky thinkInf to dress '
willowy lusuryNow properly
and lush
than quash. R-501
orange nor apace at home. The technical right from the fraeter. Andthere' 1
n"L, then look for clothes Soils pot yon In soft-4a the advances developed by the oven hue family of "hifh, of sdonthta has added downtoarth A child, at about 12, should
"a characteriatic Sires 12.20
with lugti INK adieu. You canHear and bop In the lab- look be to her
mood of femininity end In the up up away Impact" plastic that dud If live In an area where encouraged plan own
bully\ liutU-nrck sweaters fact that you're made a good oratorie have produced favorable like wood but won't break even U the humidity you I is low or have wardrobe. "Start oat by per-
that "">MIJ| cirtrr any oVttr gals inrestment and "fall-out" of new product dropped from the moont very cold winter very, you 11 know all muting her a certain amount A-LINE dress detailed wild runted iKillwml and bow, contrastingslot
tI""I given glamour to the familiar have
Amply-endowed pnniueU about (ha annoying shocks from of money to buy a sweater a teams. Shown in "Ituil.V Muvn,* 50,% Kodcl and 50% Avril
carpet Even though wool to very a skirt, then let her manage by Burlington Retail ll>ivlI,",.
YOUR DOLLAR' low, in carpet teneraUnc manufacturer static electricIty are- her own clothes allowance. Her Price &I.OO-n-VJI i. avu.U.Uin kl/x* 12. 14, 18. 18, 20.
miilnc In very fine strand oftalntee judgment may not be Infallible Size 14 Ukevllt: yards of 41 bids fnitric and H yard of contrast.
*steel to make hock-free 'at the start, but In the process Standard body measurv nuts for i/c 14 are: Bust 34, Waist 20,
Q wool of shopplnglooklnf at Clothes, IUpf 36.
MORE AT Wool Carpets Coat Lett examining their quality, trying
BUYS If you're Interested* In Wet,.. them she wm learn .
on, something
a*well a*comfort youll be glad Send One Dollar for J'411f'rn'IIIIII 5 cents foryadage,in cash or
to know hat acience hat lowered about both herself and check. No Stamps. Fur FiM-Gaw* m.ilin"lC'IId IS cents extra. Add
YOUR IANNERFOOD the price of wool rarpeU.Thank clot.... By the time shereaches One Dollar U'ou"l.h, i, NEW: AL'STIXF.: : MAR PATTERN BOOK
to a new chamiral(reament.wool her late teens she
carpeU Uk only on rip to he should be completely responsible #complete election of High Faction designs<< including ALL
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HAWKINSOf 1(, c r Meets Most Needs

all the axes that may }
enhance baked ham, (he OM
flavored with Champagne has 1 :ei0 4 Fc For Special Dinners
the reputation of being most r
glamorous It'. a apeelaloccu100 4
sauce, to be sure, but Want to enjoy yourself at your 'own party Chicken In Ai
not Basket Is specially suited to the hostess who wants to Join
u great a luxury as you
her guests In the fun since It Involves a minimum of lugging
might
suppose.A
f. i. i'fl hair-bottle of California things back and forth from the Kitchen. The menu Is a aim-I
Die one but wonderfully satlsMne. i
Champagne holds It or 11 ounces -
and will make sauce enough "+t Fried chicken makes a handsome conds and thirds. There's wf-
to Bern six or eight hap-. showing In Individual'*4- thing more appealing axles I
py diners -WI kets, each gaily-napklned basket perhaps Corn Toast-r-Cakes '
The recipe combines fruit Juice large enough to accommodate buttered with a whisper of eur-
J and Champagne, with sliced not lonly the chicken ry or oregano. Taste these
preserved Kumqnats u a stirprise but hot eury-buttered'rbomu' and see. t
ingredient. Whole l kum- Cora Toast-r-Cakes, cherry For Curry-Buttered Cora
quits also make an attractive tomatoes, pimiento-at SUI d Cakes, cream 1/4 cup butt*
garnish for the b edhamp1arter. olives, carrot sticks,scalllons, or margarine and 1/2 teaspoon
and cmnchy dill pickles. All curry powder. Toast Cora
the food is designed for easy Toast-r-Cakes.: Butter and serve -
P garnish for the baked ham plat eating-there's no need to Juggle while hot.
Y silverware. Just be sure You'll like the flavor oregano
ter.The perfect beverage of coarse / to have plenty ot colorful paper Imparts to Oregaao-Buttered
1s glasses of California : napkins on hand Cora Cakes. Cream 1/4 CUD
Champagne, wen-chilled. 1,__. Buttered Thomas Corn Toast- butter or margarine with 1/4
Champagne Sauce Chicken la a Basket with buttered Cora Toast-r-Cakes 1s made to order for the hostess r-Cakes are lip-smacking and teaspoon ground oregano.Toast
(Makes about two cups) who wants to spend the most time with her pests. Garnish with small tomatoes and adorn the perfect hot bread for fried Cora Toast-r-Cakes.: Batter

The young lady la the family sometimes likes to hare a special I (6 os.) can frown pine- with tasty com bread. That is a meal. Emily Berckmana Photo .chk ell. .Count on offering se and serve while hot.
a ppls-grapelroit Juice concentrate -
hand with fancy cakes.: The
young tidy abore is doubtless preparing
1 (I os.) 'can water 2
something for a party. The cake Is easily made from a
mix.with some special tooches added tablespoons cornstarch 1 SAVE 4T WINN-DIXIE SELLS
(small It or It ot.) bottle

Fiicy ,Cries Mike Stroif thlnn California sliced Champagne preferred; its tonQuats. cop-


Appeal To, Teei Age Dies water Blend. and fruit eornstrach Juice concentrate together. MS. (MCE BEEF

Like pretty halrbaads and bangle bracelets, fancy cakes seem until smooth Heat, stir ring until -
to appeal to teen-age girts. Especially party cakes they can bake thickened.
and decorate themselves. Even a daughter who grumbles at the Stir la Champagne; add tan-
idea of peeling potatoes or washing lettuce will brtgbteawbea quail and .heat gently a few
tom mention that magic word,CAKE.Why minutes looter. "

not reward your young right consistency to spread, Serve over baked ham or roast
Junior cook by helping her beating after each addition until chicken. 0o stoats United States Department of AgricultureFLOUR..JS
make a beautiful cake this week? smooth. Makes 11/1 cups. Canned mandarin orange sections -
It should be fun for both of you. pineapple chunks or

I Cut out the recipe here and go General Foods Product Used thompson seedless grapes maybe ...----,-_.-...-............
over It carefully' with her, The Instant Santa Brand Decaffeinated maid in" place of ktmqoats. Reg., Drip, Fine ASTOK
cake's made from a German Coffee. U desired. :. 49
..chocolate cake mix. but It has
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some special touches that convert Washington State Ruitot Potatoes For '

Mocha it CAKE Into a delicious Spicy An Easy-to-Eat Swedish Potato Salad SALAD. DRESSING::: 39 COFFEE '4 '

The frostlag? It's a rich. -
smooth frosting delicately flavored Miiiwii i-: 49
with instant decaffeinated -
coftee for a blend -
good
with the spice cake. After your Y1NN.YTOWILS..3$1.TUI1A FISH/ 4/l.' R< j Drip. Fine CHASE ft SANftOKN

young' cook swirls on the icing, wp
.she may want to try her hand M. :M MOT MM*nttHM
C<5CKTAIL..4/$1.GR. LEANS S&l. ,
at tome fancy: trims.She might' COFFEE
decorate the frosting with chop- SUM*e

"pi4I t4Utt tort tbadtal oI chaco.'I 1 p el., e110v esd! R Rr : PkACHES.: .4/JI.POUTOE5ia74U) ,

late Then sprinkles/let her invite a few I ,JUICE..4/i : : $I i f iGENT 3/l.lwt i .

friends into enjoy the cake. I II
When she bears the compliments
QUAMnrr noun "IM o- icn eooo TKMJ im n
"Wowl I What a caket"and -___ 1

cook you'll sees in find the those yourself kitchen.empty with plates a new, DETERGENT.:.: :.:.::-49C


Mocha Spice Cab'I ... -.-- .

4 ea.b teaspoons package a1z .German instant dtcafteln-chocolate r O P FAB DETERGENT.: *<

'ated coffee
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon -r MEDiUMlGGS2"l.
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg I
1/4 teaspoon allspice MI.UM iMMf MM ..r..a..ew
1-1/4 water %- S9*
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I bowL Blend at low speed Just The connoisseur says that a really good ,potato salad must Tissue.......23 Beer...7.
to moisten. Beat 4 minutes at have all the flavor blended to mellow exxxlneu to lust Uw right
medium speed of mixer or vigorously tartneaa. Such to Uua salad with the Swedli touch of netted SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKEDHAMS
with until beeta in a different version of a potato aalad Ttaoornmanied are
a
spoon .
the flas-flavored, rood textured new harvest Waahlnstaa State
creamy. Ruuet and Norsotd Russet potatoes now in your market. HALF ORWHOLE
Four batter into a 1S-9-bch
SWEDISH POTATO LUAD'I
pan that has been generously
greased and floured. Bake at medium size MaUunftoa ( tile,.. aU*. .U er $1.09'f
.ISO* for 15 to 40 minutes, or, Slate Russet rotator aka lAW eU
until top springs back when 54 cup chopped pHIl onto lids tape salt
11ba,.. chopped party Vi lap. pepper
pressed gently with finger.Cool y cup diced pickled lIeN K tap dried JH
'ulutes la pan on rack I I...... win vinegar .
then remove from pan and cool w D BRAND GR "A" Or & Or QUICK FROZEN
Cook potatoes In Jacketa In boiling salted water about 90
thoroughly on rack. Frost top minutes or until tender Drain and remove aklna. alice into salad
;and sides with Rich Coffee. bowl. Add onion parsley and beeta Combine vinegar, toll salt; BAKING HENS 33
'frosting. pepper and dill, Snake or beat to bland. Polar.vr aalad. Bartferate -
.Alternate Baking Pans: This ( several hours turning once or twice before aarvinf
cake may also be biked la two Garnish with additional beets onion and paraley. If dealrad.
Serve I to 10
9-inch layer pans for 10 to 15
minutes, or in two l-lnch layer \
pans for 15 to 40 minutes. Turkey boa
Note; For stronger coffee CiiiTALOUPES..3I.P
flavor,' dissolve the coffee intfr Kit Sloppy lit Testy. All FLAVORS SUPERIRANO SHERBET OR:
.water before adding to tJIe I VMMN iMwua WMN
mix:: : 5: Ice Cream 59c
Rich Coffee nertngIn ES. 10 M 59GMPES
cup_batter or margarine
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1/4 teaspoon vanilla .
Dash of salt 5 UL $1.PotiUerio
5 raps .(about) sifted confectioners .. .

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teaspoons Instant decaffeinated -
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coffee :. WJM s..4 :0 Sf*

1/4 cop hot water -- -*-. Orange Juice
J0II10s..3 6/$1/
4v Cream butter;blend la vanilla < Pefif.3c : I
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10
aid salt.Gradually add part of -.. -.w .-. $ :, 69
sugar, blending after each addition. Natural!)','Turkey Joei are a poultry version of Sloppy Jose, LASH 1.11/WM
Dissolve instant coffee but perhaps a bit more eophliticaUd. They're alao ee SmkaL Lottuco 2/49' Hoiioyilews 49*
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both money and UmewUe. We made them from the remainder .... .....
la hot water. Thea alternately
of two-aBd...half
a
-pound turkey rust left from a regular
add. coffee and remaining sugar family meaL The turkey U chopped up la a muahroom sauce and ? jTMtiuimtnTfrf
...to creamed mixture until of lirhtly seasoned with onion and:
eurry. If you'd like to add a little i EXTRA .C XTRA EXTRA XTRA EXA ,'-t.u"0' wt
color, chopped up pimiento and fresh parsley will do voadera. I I a arwn. } I I /. (gp 1g.Y} I I d ar, aruw ITi GNpln'r/Aef I I !"=="-"
Turkey Joe. taste even better U made the day before and vary PERCHFILLETS
*; reheated. What could be better! ,P MY..r.rY/Mr.r .y,r..r, .w 1.r ru rr.Yw1M Y.r la 1.-rA1....r -.1
"*Sauh"-.4nd To 'u'
Snap ww..I
Tarter loee ... .,New ,
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2 butter
Restore Smocking taUeapoona or 1 eau-(10-l/2. os.) cream of .XTRA .EXTRA'

Part of the romantic look infeminine I 2 tablespoons margarine minced onion 1/2 muahroom soup I.I I sew lrfr s I I EXTRA y, }s.rlef I EXTRA=s.,=v; > B TT XTRA MMM MA, wt, t a uw sT sM
teaspoon powder 39S <
curry
fashion la fashioned W rya .u w rw IN Y" rr1. .IM W ..r wen.a
smocking, now done by machiruJnatead t 1 can and(2 piece.ox.) muahroom drained stems 2 cups boneleaa chopped, cooked a O.w.4.s/ .1e a1..1 w p sew siad ,a, M.1."w sr r
turkey roaataave
pf by hand.
The' approved technique foi, ( liquid) 2 brown and serve hard rolls

keeping thla decoration deeply In. Melt butter In skillet Add onion and muahrooms. Cook over
dented after laundering Is to bold I medium heat until onion la transparent Stir
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the) two cod of the smocks I heat to Iw. Add soup curry powder oec.liona117Lireduce
section and snap It taut. Thi"dimples" t Heat enough thoroughly.vater to make Split/rolled turkey to akUletMlx welL shop Winn-Dixie for iUSDAJchoice Beef
will leap neatly InU t inatructiona. Serve immediately halt. Bake according: to the

place. each half hot roll. NoU. ThJ. recipe eat cup prepared the over da,'
before and stored in the refrigerator. Yields 4 lervinp.







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\ Ilie-Greu Waters Will 90Ytir.QMEdicator Winners Of Happiness

The Job Experience

,.,_v' Ripple For Ilium Armrii Is :
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fe., (" ;" ; NASSAU, Bahama*-A IM-mlle stretch of blue-green waters Given Ple. .e
i will be ripped toa foaming spray October when a mighty armada
x : i of powerboats dash herefrom Florida In the 12th annual MiamiNassu NEW ORLEANS (KH) $
y
rip*. Dr. Mathew S. Dange, veteran
j." son The bumpy crossing lathe The Initial Miami-Nassau race educator-administrator as well *.
1J". second of two Bahamian- took the late Sam Griffith of as religiose worker, was 1
oq sponsored races among 11 International Miami, a two-time winner, almost honored recently by Rust I
events for which nine and a half hours to College where be served as f
L, drivers can accumulate points complete. But racing experts president In 1920-24; the first *
toward the world powerboaUng are optimistic that this year's Negro president of that Instltutlon. i
championship. The recent Bahamas race will post a winning time' t
___ 500, the world's longest, of under three hours. The Rut College Shield, '
toughest and richest ocean race Their optimism is based on awarded to those who have
was the forerunner.Both events the powerful engines exhibited achieved In outstanding manner, 5,
are sponsored by the Bahamaa at Freeport, Grand Bahama In was presented to Dr.Range lathe
Ministry of Tourism. the Bahama 500 when OdeU drawing room of his apart- I .
Defending world champion Don Lewis of St. Cloud, Fla., won ment in Genially Gardens adjoining
Aronow of Coral Cables, Fla., the gruelling event in 11 hours ,, Dillard University for
who was forced out of the Bahamas flat around a 512-mile, rain- which be still serves as board
500 by iUness,will again swept and choppy course. 'member emeritus.
compete in the Utaml-Nusau The boats will set out for Dr. Davage will be 90 years
event, which be. won in record Nassau from Miami's Govern of age within a few weeks but
BUSY JAMAICAN GIRL-Varma Rose Mitchell is a time in 1965. ment Cut and wind up at the is aWl active on the campus
busy Jamaican student at Texas Southern University who is Allan Brown of Miami,plagued Nassau Harbour Club. and interested In education a
getting valuable on-thc-job experience as a summer employeein with engine trouble In the Bahamas A climax to the popular )It- field In which be has servedfor I
the accounting section of Humble Oil & Refining Com- 500, clipped 47 seconds aml-Nassaa nee is a Round nearly 75 years. Be has
pany in Houston. She is a business major at TSU and will off AronoVs time to establish New Providence event In which been president of three
return to the campus in the fall as vice president of the a new record with his la1 the competitors from the colleges, Rust,Clark,Atlanta :
student association. clocking of three hours, II Miami-Nassau event will one' and Honstoo-TUlotson, which \ J"
************* minutes, seconds again race each other around be served in order to effect Nlfr. and Mrs. John Lynch of Detroit, grand award winners in a nationwide sweepstakes
I the Island twice. Mew the merger of the two Institutions. sponsored plan their seven-day Island cruise In the Caribbean to
Providence, the capital of the search for D arses a J.Bow'< t, company representative, left, makes arrangements
700 island Bahama Island chain, la addition, be served as for the Lynches to tour the islands on a private yacht with a professional akin diver aboardto
is 21 miles long by seven miles secretary of the board of td.r .- hunt for gold bullion aDd doubloons.

f r @\!>> rOO Ir @milWlAD'tIl"lAIN' wide.Willie Meyers and Peter'", for tattoo nearly of the IS Methodist years, Church He's A Silent Partner

Bethell of Nassau won the Round Presenting the sward was Dr.
New Providence Race last William A. McMillan,president "
)'etI'. 'of Rust College Present at the
presentation, were President
LOSES PRE and Mrs. Albert W. Dent, Dil;
ATLANTA (NP1)-Due to; ,lard; A. Victor Williams,alumnus
conflicting schedules,Atlanta of Rust College; Dr. W.T.
Chiefs of the North American .Handy; Sr.$ Bishop and Mrs.;
4 J. Soccer League have lost the Willis J. 'King, Mrs. William,
chance to bring lie legendary A. McMillan Dr. Daniel C.
Pale and his BrtiUian! team of Thompson, Dillard University
: -- ir Santos (Saints) Are during the and O.C.W. Taylor, special
Santos second tour of the Unite program director WWOU-TV
States In 196$. New Orleans.
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PAUL'S CARPET WAREHOUSE has Miami's newest showroom and

over 2.000 rolls of carpet in stock. Paul's is Comaros null warehouse 9954 N.W r ire. Mi.J: flit h
outlet in Sot Florida and the nationally advertised J9.9) Comaro 'Wind gi
fall* is on sale for $7.00 Sq Yd. in a choice of 18 colors Another Co
maro favorite is Forever Yours' a regular J698 embossed 501 Nylon ssss s.

Pile Carpet available in 10 colors for only $4.88 sq yard. All carpet is \\'\\\,1-1 III, !
First Quality and can be installed, padded and finance at a very low cost .
Why pay' more : Come to PAUL'S at 31 N.W. 23rd Street or
Phone 374-843) Daily 9 to 3:30: Sat 'til 1 P.M. \ FLASH |

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Charlie Salt $ammy Davis, Jr.) left,Christopher Pepper (Peter L&vtud) c let w..4it
A CHEAT VALUE for the MAN titempt explain to Inspector Cr abbe(Michael Bates)right, that their ",Ueui pa ber" Suaw
Dr. Welters (Peter Hutchins) Is not feeling too well,when really he'. dead. That seems to be a big problem
at the Salt and Pepper Club, In the Soho district of London. Dead bodies seem to continually
congregate there, la the Chris-Mark Productions Limited picture,"Salt and Pepper," starring
Win Heys| style Sammy Davis, Jr. and Peter Lawford in Color by DeLuxe, released through United Artists,
Wonderful Tooth Powder a Transamerica Corporation


..| Lonry. Norweirii Lixiry StniHtr
.. 'J GIVE TO FIGHTMS
Inilikli At Ynr Fmritt lri| Start irSH.riis
MIS Snwiri. Will Hive AM
Imported Stiri. Nit Si ink Fir It
NASSAU, Panamas-The ImurylinerMyS Sunward,
which last December celebrated her 100th round-trip cruise
between Miami fM Nassau, is soon to have a handsome sister
100%' WOOL MULTIPLE\ SCI,HOSIS ship on the route.
Arlson Shipping Company, which operates>> the Sunward
;j M PARK .RIDENORTHSIDE IlIIIftrmad that- a colrtet has

Fe! Fnhimd J t, and been construction.The signed: .for the new ship's

from final design has been approved
hit Shirts a g t Park your car at NORTHSIDE JUMPING JACKS for the un-named liner,
referred to as S-S, and sbe
I e and ride a bus to all theUNIV.
; will be built by the same West
INFANTS SIZE 2 TO MISSES SIZE 10 German
shipyard that is
mill sI6.i \,' OFMIAMI
/' billdlng the Starward
scheduled to go Into Caribbean
cruise service.
The S-$ win have 400 state
rooms, an with private facili
.
i HOME GAMES ties. Its displacement will be
t t 15,000 tons, compared with the

j t;; ... Sunward's The liner 11,000 Is expected tons. to be

ready for service in December
1969 on the M1aml-Nuut run.
$12991.1f ends parking. problemsends Present plans call for one

fighting traffic three-day and one foir-day
cruise every week.It .
parking lot amply lighted, Is expected that Sunward
will continue on Its present
(w I your car police protected run even after the S-$ goes
Into service. Owned by Dorters
e only 50c round trip Rederl of Oslo, the Sunwardwas
SIZES CHILDREN To MESES SIZE U WIDE commissioned la I....
IS' E. FJacler St. 1 va
1968.

"i NATIONAL.tHIHT Northslde 33 E. Flagler Shopping St. Center' NORTHSIDE" sCENTER: GUY'S I GAL'S FOOTWEAR number The S-S of will cruise brine liners to aU.Ole on
the .
ZOI Lincoln Ed.Dadelaad CtNTf* .c-
SHOPS Mall Shopping Ce *r N.W.21th AVE. 11th ST. 32 N. MIAMI AVE. WE FIT FEET PJ one 372-730 and scheduled Nassau.runs. between Miami
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I Columbia U. Journalism School Graduates 20 Negroes in Television and Radio I




Neyre. w.. The Last Degree May Give Up Other farms


CIVIL RIGHTS Is First !I. For Newly Fewrf News Mel


Fritril Jell NEW TORK The Columbia University Graduate School of
c ROUNDUP Journalism awarded certificates recently to 20 students who

By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL WASHINGTONNpJ1IId completed an intensive summer program designed to train
Barbara M. Watson became the members of minority groups for careers la radio and television:
RECESS first black person to attain the news..
OAKLAND Calif. (NPQ Black Panther Leader Boer rank of assistant secretary of .J
Newton's trial for the murder ot a white policeman was Interrupted state when she was sworn in u .. -- The twin goals of the programwere and the poverty gap an inter
recently by the lone Labor Day holiday but the administrator of the State .. : to bring more members of sect.
,
broadcast "It'would
the
into bad
defense bad completed 1U case. When the trial resumed Department Bureau d.Securityand minority groups be Journalism
field and to aid members overstatement to pretend
news and
aa
Thursday summations of the prosecution: and the defense Consular'Afiatrs.She .
of such groups already that this could bridge
were began is the sister of Judge I program
working on station and network that gap, but perhaps what you
James Watson of the U.s. Customs
news staffs to reinforce their and have been able to do Is
SO YEARS FOR DOPE Court, who administered V. we
I ........ skills and further their careers. the forging ot a small strand of
HOUSTON (NPI)) The local SNCC field secretary. Lee the oath of office to her. Her '
Otis Johnson was found guilty by an all-white Jury recently father the late Judge JunesS. I \ Seventeen of the graduating two are wire strung across the pp.first.
of a marijuana charge and given 3O'eUIID prison. The Terdlct Watson, was the first black studentsare Negro Tenuous u are these
was returned after a half hoar's deliberation. Johnson, 29, Is person elected to a judgeship I Mexican-Amerlean and one is strands, they may be ItroaceDOQ&a
Puerto Rlcan. One Negro Hugh heavier cables
also facing a of New Tort there to bold
charge robbery by firearms while free on ball. in serving u
municipal court Justice. Wilson, is from Jacksonville next year and eventually a sure

CHANGES MINDROCEYILLE Before taking her new post' WJXT-TV. bridge may help to span that
Watson bad served .. .. Seven of the students gave up gap...
CENTER L.L (NPI) A threat to evict Miss as
residents of Rockville Centre's urban renewal project If they acting administrator of the :... Jobs outside the field of Journalism "Because of the eollectlryguilt
hart Illegitimate children was hastily withdrawn by the local bureau and as special assistant including claims authorizing of the white community
boosing authority recently. The reason: Some 75 black residents to the deputy undersecretary teaching and postal work, and because of the genuine
marched into the office of the housing authority armed with a for administration. to come Into the eight-week shortage of black Journalists

stack of notices (r.: eviction) and burned them la a wastebasket u her new capacity she will .. program. u identified by the KemerLlndsay -
Though police .were at the scene, no arrests were bead the bureau that supervises ./ The other thirteen students Report, your employ
ma4e. U.S. visa and passport offices, have returned to the stations :meet Is assured If yon are half
special consular services, and and networks with which they as good u Whiter. You noteX
DEGREE FOR COPS the protection of American citl- were affiliated before the program 1 said employment,not 11ICC....

CLEVELAND (NPI) Members of the local police force tens and property abroad. began July I. Seven of There are no 'bajesonbansXin
the thirteen were beginning The-
broadcast
%re going to school to receive training la such subjects as Journalism.
newsmen and six bad worked color of skins have.-
Mwcif Gmrty's your may ;
psychology, chemistry sociology, criminology and others.
m news-related or non-news accelerated entrance Into.;
The program announced by Mayor Carl Stokes 1s being but your
It is expected that most ball but whether
Jobs. the park
tressed by 191.000 of a S236.000 from the Ford Foundation 011'1
and is designed to provide policemen grant "with opportunity to, Whew. C.....ds or all of the six wUl now move become aa on-the-alr reporteror -,}
into positions in news or public a production man. you are,*
Improve their specialities and broaden their
overall !
stall! '
affairs. be what ;
cage Judged by yos4.r.rl.rrr
Itaftl Trunk the .
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Professor Friendly program .'

JEFFERSON CTTT, Mo. (NPI) A former captain the NEW YORK (frpQ-Mrs. president director of CBS,News is former and Is

armed forces during World War D and an alumnus of Lincoln Amy Asbwood Gamy widow of presently Edward R. Morrow .
University (Mo.) has been named assistant director of the the late black nationalist leader I Professor of Journalism and

Missouri Commission on Human Rights. He William D. Rice, Marcus Carver, has returned chairman of the regular broadcast
a commlstloa employee for three and a half years. to Harlem where she baaed program at the Graduate

Afro-Aserlcau' upswing of He 1s also
School of Journalism.
"Blind Interest In African culture the adviser on television to the ICi'
And
Violence
and deplored of narcotics the ravaging addiction.effects president. of the Ford Foundation. -

"I see nothing wrong with the At the graduation, Friendly
.
black maa developing himself told the students "Tour education -
Destruction Are Out" m a separate society" she has taken place at what .r Krty i tug.11 par ftw*

said. "After all, the white man might be called Columbia CAp. ii JUMKki t ,clfUl
separated aim from the time Mere between H.r.*. a,,. U4-4III
Ike black came into thiscountry. kide For Park and Bro Morningthe Dun! kl I fad Ct
Morehouse President > ...
." ace L ei* Ill-Mil ,
generation gap, the race gap'
viewed the
Mrs. Garvey George W.Gore,Jr.,OeflXretlrlngpresldentot Florida Mid University presents his last4t
current Interest la African culture : .
Leola Smith of Pensaeola during commencement' exercises'feceatly at FAMU.
to ,
Tells U. GraduatesTALLAHASSEE iKKlilM-among and many ifelUrtliiir Negroes' fate as a. lag oa IsEdwla Thorpe, director of admissions: : and records: at FAMU. I tOB BON'T IAVE TO 60 TO TOWN TO SET .

And she was tavorbaly Impressd -
Fla.-Thecompl.UaotfammerCownana- br.nl hair styles won '' SocMtfistsCMrtMMJ
mint exercises. at Florida AIM University brought aaend to the by many black vomea.' THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS'BY LOW PRICES

last graduating ceremony to be presided over by retiringPresided "I am happy to know that black
Dr. Gorge W. Gore' Jr. Americans have returnedspiritually NEGRO PItESS INTERNATIONAL Iii

Dr.. Hugh Gloater, president wisdom of burning down our to Africa."she said. I Day after day, we continue, found to be only coverups and
.
<<<*.Morebouse College, was the,..owahomea,*! *** .- "U ve.come "back lo Asaar lea i I. be subject to-the tiresome, I Uberatedrdeteases of their )I i !I. ..... .*-. ..' ,*.- DRUB. ;STOREHHDSu) ,
main speaker.Dr.Glacier cited "The time has come," said, _.fODd a new Africa. U absurd conflict within our tufttan 'own selfishness. '
the achievements made by Dr. the educator "to present effective America. Marcus Carver's and between authority and rebellion. Furthermore both left and .BOS TON-(NPQ-A caucus '
,
Gore during Dr. Core's career programs and not blind my philosophy has tome Into right wingers fall to see that of shitboblack1scholaarrs Trade with Your Neighbor hood Drug Store
u u educator. He paid tribute violence. The work 1s there Its own, and Tm alive to see "Law and order."freedom" neither of them alone can doouch charged WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV.. IN YOUR LOCAL
achieve- are "substantially excluded"from PAPERS. We deliver. We also -fin all Doctors Prescriptions.
to Dr. Core's personal awaiting and challenging our *. "social change" "liberation," to solve society's problems .
meats and his 11 years of leadership best efforts. There are millions At the same time,Mrs.Garvey and "revolution" are words wese any more than a body- the Sociological activities of Association. the-

at FAMU. of underfed, Ddt oaled, and said she was distressed,during often with more emotionalthan less soul or soulless body could. American
Dr. Clatter spoke to the lie uDdereducated Americans. The her. Harlem visit, to see the political force.la B takes both physical and "
students on The Message of Dr. naked need clotting the hungry "ravages of dope. one camp are those seeking spiritual power to solve a problem The caucus asked for 'pet41ndr.II" The Dixie Pharmacy
Martin Luther King, Jr." need food, the homeless need Calling dope a "sad thing" to restore an orderliness to ; one wont do without the of its grievances. to
There are some in our group dwellings, the illiterate need she said It grieved her "to American life that It "lIIftr other. And life Involves both association appeared ready

who express their confusion, training. see so many people nodding 'have had la the other campers ohl'pH" and freedom; a program -, meet the demands.black caucus 1302 KIMS LOAD AT MYIUE
pain, bitterness, and despair He continued "We eaaaot oa the streets. It makes our those whose compulsive need of action which empha The 3S-man
through violence and destructtloa -' afford to be guilty of pretension people ..e Ie II. And it's' to to change society reflects rebellion sites one to the detriment d. charged that Negroes were
," be said. violence and greed any someone else's profit" ( against parental or- the other will be no more successful substantially excluded from Phil 353-55
Dr. doster continued "I can longer. We must become committed Mrs covey has lived muchof ity sees more than benevolence."Law than a person trying publishing In sociological
understand these emotional re* to the welfare of all her life U Africa and more and order Is Identified to climb a mountain In either Journals from receiving research PAY YOU UKHT MATER AND

actions because, I too am a black people. We must lift our recently, la the West ladles. by its opponents with racism a dungeon or a vacuum. funds and COlllwtantb -
Negro, hurt and embittered by people from the abysmal depths She U U this country to complete by Us supporters, with civic Desperately needed today Is a I p., and from ImportaDtpoI1t1ooIIDtlltuaoclaUocaDd
the iint'1"*""" of our leader where poverty sad prejudice a book about her ate consider it the ultimate Til concept of social ethics which TEIEPIONE IIUS AT Oil STilE
but I cannot understand the have husband, who died la 1940. the"whole on Its convention programs.
placed them" human fulfillment;its opponents seeks to help develop Dr. Tllwan C. Cot brill.
regard It u the ultimate Inhuman man" -who knows both bis
Ntisail Officer Feled depravity. duties and his freedoms CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

Both advocates ot "freedom"and rather than uselessly pitting authority
"law and order" speak to against license flesh DOES AIR POLLUTION Does Coca-Cola -

themselves and to each other- against spirit. IRRITATE YOUR SKIN?
not with reference to the Issues We need to learn bow to solve taste
Y nation's racial and international | M, |rl"e M< tA.r POlMM I* have the

Y they state-but la terms of our .our tit ill: CM IMU kmc .".. .>"* **4
Nesters civilisation's ancient problem--not simplyby NMtllM...DoIKoI. tkll Ron WDM IIM"
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s ,"1A r '- r cultural conflict between body ,playing off the "establish UII-tt.bMMM km**>**.Simuihti.11 .M&IM,I Iotc.... you never get tired of?
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the "anti-es M klKkMMi ml
and soul flesh and ment" against
spirit. ,.. MN.'." This cultural conflict 'antedates tablishment"-out by using our tb,.|.. FlMIMl Cf.M>L.I.N.IAIMU'I 1
"Mill lUCClM" : CHAM *
Christianity going back social and political Institutions 0.56,1.5 CMM CMUKiltt IM 1j Ull
to Greek-and particularly Platonic to accomplish the goals we seek,' .Ib.IM racci!I* Wwyt115'.YnaI11.5I..rcwr' til th. ,IMIU4 luau. Hwm. Is always refreshing?
-ideas representating Our society must lean to ..Ni. : I .lOUt MlllHlonr MtlUptlClit : '
m'Ietl l ">*ixr1l.l, *. ....""'
both the freedoms It .
tangible things u imperfect respect .cMlsd b,IM p-lnum,*n4 termMoiult *
and transitory and the spirit holds dear and the institutions : ./.' p.tulb. H "UIN IUCCltl -
ClUM tau ttx skMlti; > your
as real and permanent. : used to protect those freedoms. r. to ftlftf. cltvtr, MIMd Itouiyj Do things go better
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We need to the relationship I. II h.tb1..I.
Christianity took those Ideas see Kill MJtkMlM MM UM4 .llOk,
I and imbued them with a charac-, between institutional breakdown r...I* ftBMlnf* t'r---.IO-: h':' with Coke
'teristic r e 11 g I o a s coloration.The and social disorder rather than UMIM{ P-5."HIM lueciii" amclQEr

; "flesh" became identified I Summing-u we so often do- uurr after Coke after Coke?

with the old "law" It soughtto .that the Institutions are to blame HEAI.TO-TOE 1W.a..b MwNrrtr.walw.N \. ...,
supplant, while the "spirit" for the disorder. PROTECTION
1 t represented the new Christian At the same time we need to rttk UM "law" of grace and love. see the family society and the ..I M UCCtU ftiiiu HIM' SOtf Hut lk>tl"Ml b.uM1.WI. u'Ml *- +eaaNrkRaY.YUCa.MOaRkt I"wr Wk5d.a,5 wI,
Even since community iff Institutions that ptrMJirtia: Mai .. .*k.i YOU a,, Mm.C.n."S.L..M.S.IA: Rowm17.R.a.CrNrwo/4M-ryas/ r.roaaq
Christianity'sfoundtog w> 1. W n*. ,AUlU', t
the West has been promote social stability and :.l'ci sus. w

tore by this "relidonised" CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 Intitt Mi the S>. a Odd N Mea t ,,. W w
schism between body and soul >

to secular affairs, the same .

r I ,schism operates. SISTER IESSIE

On the left are people seeking will read your entire life fast, present a dfuturt. I
"social change" (the "spirit" She asks no questions but will teU you Ill $i lti

I which became the "law" of what you want to know, giving date and facts of 1 r
love); on the right are those business, love, health and family affairs. Will
clinging to law, and order" (the bebj>,you find lost art TELL you whom you will rvSbr

"body", representative of the marry and when. U the one you love is true, what
"old" wNegras ). to do to be successful. Will reunite the separated

need to see that all locate absent friends' and relatives and cause I !' I '
-- And thus bavepeoplefight-- happiness between man and wife. Make up lover's H .
tag today to "transform" society quarrels tells, if sickness and bad luck are ..:
sot realising: that they natural enemies, evil influence andbadluckJHp*! 1'..[

: are but piously responding to not tell to pleaseyoo but will tell,be trutn. One visit will r.paJ' >-11.. ',
1Eik. aa age-old cultural Idea u you for disappointments in all others. I not only read your life .---------------..---
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';. .. Interpreted by Christian doctrine like u open book but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. It's best
know it.
: j, '....... .. '._ ...:., -.T'ti'.t' while others-with equal Come and see why you are so unhappy when everything seems You your
,
: i1- l11 plea-hang on to aa older to go wrong. WilY be sad and downhearted, sick and worriedwhen
';'] 'r" order, oblivious to being instructed you can be helped and everything made clear by consulting refreshment buy.albl44,4PMs1MMyonrMCa.CW.ConPnrbp .
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,\, ,'..., ".';' :. .;, by the "body" part of THIS GIFTED IfEDJVHl Everybody welcome. NO MAIL w
.J the Western tradition. ANSWERED. I make no louse calls. Don't mistake address
J.: t ", I .J.":... :.. What Is pathetic about both SISTER BESSIE.is located north of Callahan on UjS.. 'i

Dr. Herman B. Smith, Jr., director of the National Association State Odnrslties, was a the "law and order" peopleu 1/2 mile from City of CALLAHVlN Florida. Phone: r-EZSO.
guest on theBethune-Cookmaa College campus the Interest otttate CkUversitles well u the "freedom" WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOIEE
rIsshois
and Land-Grant Colleges. Here Dr. Smith ee with, left, Presides Richard Y. advocates 1s that they pro Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
Moore, Mrs. Moore, and with,on the right Commissioner James E. Huger business manager, claim Ugh Ideals while act- Open dally > a.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays. "'..
. and Mrs. l1uger.d pings cohost<< and miser.Dr. Smith was one of the featured speakers daring \Ir.D1" cultural robots.And THIS CLIPPING ENTILES YOU TO A $5. READING for.12. / .:JCkiaatRlBottlta (KI i
the Pre-Sesslon Planning Conference held at the Daytona institution. even their high ideas are often '

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MCF 19 mrtOFK SATIIIAY. UPTEMIE1 14. INI



Ir Alabama State Football Team Is One of Largest For Pre-Season Drills'



Rattlers Get Ready For Season Ceacfe Via Cia,. Siys Hornets


l Will la h little Fer S.I.A.C.

k The Alabama State College football squad this year Is on of
the largest to ever come oat forpre-seasnddlls. Still smarting
from last year's 21-8 upset loss to Tuskegee In Cramton Fowl
Thanksgiving Classic after 9 successive wins; the Hornets
'l ..4.A nuant

Whtte1--Vu Clan and the1rest ling College before coming to
of the coaching: staff have Alabama State In 196S.
great hopes for the freshmen Van Cleve feels that with the
squad. According to Van Cleve, following players missing from
many of these freshmen will this year's squad, he could be
find themselves In starting hurting from tack of returning

n 7 ., I 33 j 3 roles. He said if Johnny Pleasant lettermen game experience.
A Timothy Anderson and Charles Mitchell a do-it-all
Sylvester Scott can handle the quarterback drafted by the
running chores, he Is sere that Baltimore Colts; Pass
the defense anchored behind Receiver, Jerry Allen drafted
massive 260 pounds tackle and by the Kansas City Chiefs;
all-conference prospect James Middle-Guard, Charles Slade;
Chavers and John FleD, a hard Linebacker, Ralph Patterson;
QfrSxAf* linebacker would provide the Tackle, James* H. Williams;
puDC Guard, Herman Lane; Flanker,
Two local boys Alonto Plckett Louis Chancy; End,Grant Clark
fad Donald Arrlngton will als8 and Flanker, Abraham Brown.
see plenty of action Van Cleve The AS Hornets 1961 schedule
said. Is:
I The Hornets open September September 21, Savannah Stater
21 against Savannah State In Savannah, Ga.; September 27,
I Savannah, Georgia.The Fort Valley, Montgomery; October

-.- --_..,.- _r--..._......._____...,.-..-" _...,....,........_-'-...:'" ;: '. ._A 70 man squad would continue 5, Knoxville./ Knoarille,
two-a-day practice session Tenn.; October 11,Albany Stat8,
Above art seen member otthe famous FAMURattlers, football team for 1968. Members of this Kent Schoolfleld. Columbus, Ohio; Jimmy :cutu Tallahassee; Arthur PIa, Miami; Horace for the next week. Montgomery; October 19, Fisk
I team come from ill treat or the cOUlltr)'.Jake Gutter It eotch. They are, from ft, first row, Times, Miami, Steven Scruggs, St. Petersburg; Leroy Jackson,Tallahassee; Dewitt Anderson, AlaabamaState'sFootball Nashville, Tenn.; October 26,
Robert Rills, West Palm Beach; Martin Moore, Washington, D.C.; Charles Henderson, Fort Gainesville; Benny Johnson, Hallandale and Alfred Sykes, Tallahassee. Second row, Leroy Coaching Staff is u follows: Morenouse, Atlanta, C'&. November
Pierce; Carlmoa Jones Tallahassee; Henry Scott. M.lboarDei; Hubert Ginn, Savannah, C'&.; Cnarlton, Miami; Harry,Fassmore, Miami; Ted Lyons, Miami; Willy Miller, Savannah, Ga; Whitney 1.. Van Cleve, head 2, Alabama AIM, Birmingham
Roger Finnic, Miami; Raymond Wllcox, Miami; Otis Collier, Miami;Cerald White, Tampa: coach; Henry Rolbert, Jr., as* ; November S, Clark
Robert Umpkln, St. Atbans, M.T.; Alonso Gilbert, Miami; Ken Riley, Barlow; Alfred Visas, slstant coach; Willie J. Parker, College, Montgomery; November
'II State Alachua; Walter Spicer, Savannah, Ga; Charles Sasser, White Plains, N.T.; Joseph Plnckney, assistant coach;Charles Mitchell 16,Miles College,Birming
Miami;; Glen Edwards, St. Petersburg and Horace Lovett, Savannah GaTtird row, Richard assistant coach; Freddie ham; November 28, Tuskegee,
Gets i'reNisieQuit Evans, Atlanta, Ga; Roy Howard, Miami; Charles Stockton, Miami; Marvin Wilder, Newark, Wyckoff: Jr., trainer and swimming Montgomery.Coach .
i | N.J.: RoUey Jones, St. Petersburg; Johnny Davis, Lake Wales; Charles Goodwin, Fort coach; C. Johnson Dunn, Van Cleve says: .
2scompany Lauderdale; Walter Spencer, Bradenton;; Tony Ash, Tallahassee; Nathaniel Wayne, Savannah, athletic director: ; Robert Isaac, "The outlook for the 1961
.rbickme Ga.; Frederick Fields, Lake Wales; Melvla Roger, St. Petersburg; Martin Woodard, Miami; student coach; Anderson Grim- football season Is approached
Clifton Flowers, Savannah, Ga; John Champion, Gary, Ind.; Othello Renfro, Atlanta, Ga.; sley, photographer; William with mixed emotions. We feel,
Coaching staff at Alabama Jerome Ford, Tallahassee: ; Leo Harrison, Columbus, Ga. and John Harper, Lone Island, If.Y. Matcbett statistician.. however, that the Alabama Stats
State got a welcomed surprise Coach Van Cleve's record. at College Hornets will again be
from the morning practice, asa Clay's tickers FAMU Offusto lickfitU Skews Alabama State Is: a solid contender for the section
S'6" speedster from Mobile 27 wins, II losses and M ties. "B" football championship of
walked onto the campus with Wilt Flfkt Fer Coach Van dare coached at the SIAC Conference."
Tom Knight,the public relations Prlltls., lirrlif All Ilftrles Tuskegee Institute and GraraV

3sacmwd director and began kicking field Fell Fer Peer TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Minus Injuries, the oftDllnbatU1t1d
Gustteiddffirst yards an,. for Florida AIM may offer the most effective threat since Him
by Coach Whitney PHILADELPHIA (NPQ) 1963, the last year. the Rattlers gained more round yards rushing Why !I'. Far Ikksfs1
Van dive, then newly- Supporters of heavyweight than naailnf.
asiltnedcoacbasslstantCharles boxing champion Muhammad All SwtLT CHAMBERLAIN"Why
Mitchell Gregory only {Casslus Clay) including number In me,the great Rattler backs His greatest running assets are yon endorsing Richard Nixon' Is a question I hear
commented, "I want to play of local civil rights groups,' diminished In number, and bead are his uncanny ability to retain everywhere 1 go from coast to coast Other questions which are
foctt* ." recently asked the Pennsylvania coach A*. Caliber switched his balance after being hit and ,asked me Just u frequently are these:
I ,44 While playing for the Trinity emphasis to the air In 1966 and his desire to play football. If he What do you know about politics?"
Gardens Falcons High School 1967. The change looks like It was not so Important to the "Why are you meddling la polltlA! ?"
team la Mobile, Gregory played may have been temporary.: offense, be would be starring AH of these are legitimate questions. And I will attempt to
quarterback defensive: safety, There Is not a large Dumber oa the defense. His love for answer them and explain what moved me to get off the political
'ran punt returns, and did the of outstanding running backs: contact makes him outstanding bench and Join former Vice-President Nixon's team.
place kicking. He weight 160 this year, but they make up In M matter where he's playing.If First of ill, I was not recruited by Mr. Nixon. However, most
pounds and runs the hundred talent what they lack In number. opponents key on Clan they of: the other presidential candidates tried to recruit me. Some
yard dash In less than 10 seconds. The great speed of years put will have to reckon with Oca of them were u persuasive u some of the college scouts who
makes it a party ., is missing, bet there Is enough Edwards, a fine broken field tried to recruit: me when I was a schoolboy star at Overbrook
The other pleasant surprW.that k A'speed to do tbt.oM 'II ri ruaneriwiko's dangerous from High la Phllly.t- v j
Coach Van Cave received i ..If they can stay healthy, the any part of the field. That tragedy U Memphis last April 4, shocked me Into action
was the knowledge that flankerback Rattlers /will be running more After Edwards, only Henry I knew then It was time,for me to get off the bench and try to
I Timothy Anderson from than before, but a serious InJury Scott has earned a letter among score some meaningful points for my country and my people.
Bay Mlnette, Alabama has to any one of the returning the returning offensive half I knew then that Just making financial contributions to the
reached his peak from after CASSiUSCLAY lettermen could cause serious backs. Scott saw little action NAACP, the Urban League and othr civic: and civil rights
Seagrim's 7 Crown-The Sure Onewt some early doubts. Athletic Commission to permit trouble for the running game. In 1967 but Is slated for more 'groups was not enough.

RAC&Aa NIIU11S co.u.c.1I.I4I lSIU.It PlOGF.'i: tsar uuataw"IL State looks to a successful AU to fight either Joe Frailer Hubert Gins, 5'9", 190 pounds action this yar. While attending Dr. Martin
halfback from Savannah, Ca., Robert Umpkln brings power Luther '
season, however Coach Van King Jn. s funeral
Jimmy Ellis In an exhibition
or is the center of gravity for the and James Owens brings speed
Cave still feels the sting from Atlanta, I kept asking myself
bout sometime In September.A .
last year's losses to graduation. of the would running game, all roads lead to to the fullback: slot, and there, what can I do to help America
part proceeds
him and the attack for the
depends on except quarterback ends, and particularly: my people,
benefit ghetto youths according Ginn for speed, powerandpus the Rattler experience In the
to civil rights activist{ Stanley reach the mountain tap and seethe
receiving. running department.
r Promised Land that Dr.
Branch, who Interceded: for One-third of the baD orfI went Leading candidate among the King so often talked about.
"Winning Ticket;' 'f. AU. All has been barred from to Gins last season. He caught sophomores expected to see Something came over me at
: boxing In America for refusing
: almost one-fifth of the
.. pass offensive action Is Tony Ash that precise moment. As I
to serve la the Army.Patterson. .
receptions and gained one-third of Tallahassee.
Ash holds the talked with thousands of othersIn
the of the total yardage gained by rushing record u a prep star that long march from the
only gome Pap rushing. He has excellent speed at FAMU High and is slated Ebeneter Baptist Church too,.
and runs bard enough to feel at for backup action this year.AtT's King's final resting place 1
that BRAND NEW Bout ListedSTOCKHOLM home In the tuUback slot. quietly walked up to former

gives you : 1968 VW ; Ray Patterson Cesch Hewell Reaffirms I him Vice-Presldent I liked his Nixon program, and told and

of NewYork has signed to wanted to Join his team.
3 chances to win : ,Lady Bug meet former European light Why did I choose to supportMr.
heavyweight champion Plead CeifMem li Antes+ Abilities Nixon? I chose Mr. Nixon
SEDANAUTOMATIC : Del Papa of Italy on the same because: I have known him personally

every time you play. card featuring brother, GREENSBORO N.C.* New AIT football coac h Hornsby vea nine or ten years.
I / Floyd Patterson Howell figures that something good has to happen in the Aggie. We built a meaningful
STICK SHIFT / Floyd, former world heavy. football training camp.soon.So ,. friendship over the years out-
/ weight champion will .....
meet tU..J DOI..Itka_ .* a "
I D C900 '?6 L m4I / World Boxing Association cue,far First., that Howell has not lost been veteran the The Aggies' offensive punch of-this f know what he stands ii
champ Jllly Ellis In the feature Is expected to come from *
tackle Warren for and I personally believe i
I bout frye for the veteran backs Richard Armstrong L'
: at Stockholm Stadium
I Sep. season through u Injury. R..' he 1s the man to be our next
( tember. 14. Tommy Blue, Maurice president.Not .
he
cently learned
/ that three
Cherry Paul Renwlckand Fred
Del ,
Papa Is
: passing up.a other lettermea will be schohstlcally Robinson. being completely expctlenced politics I consulted with
Catlin'Griffin proposed bout against German
Lothar : Ineligible this season. some of my black political friends before I made my decision.
Stengel for the Europeanlight .They are Lorenso Pearson, a ....... I don't consider: myself any kind of political genius, but flying
: heavyweight crown; to halfback Aaron Patterson across the country u I do
meet Patterson. He ; a playing basketball, 1 have a lot of
said he running back and Ray Parka time to read and keep abreast of what's
; going on In the world.
WIN CASH! WHr PRIZESI WIN BON! preferred to continue his career let* Go
Volkswagen : u a heavyweight.CHARGE a 140-pound( tackle. The paramount reason why I'm backing Mr.. Nixon 1s because
All three players bad been of this simple tact
: INC. expected to bolster MTs offense. kid He served two terms u Ylce-President, and I think he Is the
When you play "Winning Ticket" participating '. 1250 EAST 8th ST. awake ACCOUNT: the It axe uswttsa most qualified of all the candidates. He has had more experience

Enco stations you'll!1 have three separate chances to 354-909) June. plan. Catholic Digest- "We have got something to than any other presidential candidate who h*> ever run for the

win cash prizes or both.,Win as much as $50 cash S/UPII ////1 I talk about" said Howell, and ROUGH. BUT TASTY office. _
just by spelling "Tiger" in Tigerino. Or uncover a that U that our morale is high. Th rough fish problem U a I was In Russia with the Harlem Globetrotters when Mr. Nixon
'68 Olds Vista Cruiser or of hundreds of We know that we have a lot of lot Ilk the weather every, was over there for a confrontation with Nlklta Khruschev after
any one WHEN work to do, but this is a his Infamous threat to "bury "
YOU ARE III good one talks about It, but no us. .
other In Tlgerama.When
for the ,
prizes you vote TIQer group to work with" action. The way Mr. Nixon stood up to Khrushchev made me prouder
(or the Ad Manager),you're entered in our giant Election You "Seek The Best Doc Having Just gotten Into con Unlike the weather, though, baa ever to besnAmerkza.Wbeshew s Vice-President, be did
Sweepstakes...and eligible for even more wonderful -. ,tor. When Your Doctor'' tact work Howell has been this is one problem that can: more to enhance this office than.any other man In history. Vice-
f gilts. No purchase is necessary, any licensed 'Prescribes.' Get Experienced experimenting with four different enough be solved fishermen by eating would U let up out if President Nixon for a long period of time, during President
driver can play "Winning Ticket. So get in on your Pharmacists jo quarterbacks. Taking their belts and overcome their Elsenhower's Illness, virtually ran the country.'
.share of the more than $3,000,000 in cash and prizes Fill .their turns at signal callingare repugnance towards the roughspecies Mr. Nixon has chosen to stay active in politics even though
pick up your free ticket at the Enco sign. Prescriptions Ac. sophomore Jerome Turner, he's not in office. 'This Indicatesehis dedication to our country
cording-To Your Doctor's the only returnee from last The table qualities of many and Its people.Unfortunately.
'Orders. year; Stanley Jacobs, a transfer rough Ota surprise even the most of: black: America hasn't been given a
Save the Tiger and Win student andfreshmen Chuck most finicky eater, observe the true Image of the man. he's
We Use Only The Best, C. E. BLACK ; experts at Mercury outboards. personable, very knowledgeable
Oldsmobile? Vista Cruisers! : Middteton, Hopkins, S.C. and When property prepared they and sensitive to the needs and aspirations of all people.
Quality
Drugs Proprietor Hank Walker, South Hill, Va. become a gourmenls delight He realises he Isn't pictured u the Kennedy type In the Negro
3 Turner, a native of Pittsburgh as U the case with most any but the man has principles and he sticks by then. He
Registered
Pharmacists
To serve You saw limited duty as quarterback thing that swims, flies or ran*. has span out Just as strongly for Justice and equal < last season and Jacobs played The list of common "trash" tunities for minority other
.. .. .... .. fish U long It includes groups u any man with these same
such
A COMPLETE LINE OF.- college ball in South Carolina convictions. And these are true convictions.
species as sucker .
t before serving lathe UjB.Army. chubs mooneyes,*redhorse carp. drum and, Heretofore, the mass media hasn't given his speeches on civil
Cosmetics Rubber Many ot the early drills have buffalo. rights and Black Power u much coverage as they have remarks
Goods
Candles been spent stressing defense Many of these are caught by his detractors.: ..
Howell has been working witha commercially, but find their It's my aim to try and get Black America to take an objective
i Sundries. defensive unit consisting of way Into the fish markets tin.der look at my candidate: and to see him u be really Is.
,s. FNCO ends Billy Gaines and Don table assumed name and more pal*, I'm behind Black people who are fighting for equality. I'm for

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED- Thomas, Interior linemen The "white perch" those who believe we.should be teasepante black bag. believe
f Lester Moore, William Smart may be drum, "boneless you cat"buy we should all be equal. and should be able to live together as
: 1907 KINGS lOAD 353-8279 James Willie, sod Henry Hipps, is often the odd-looking paddle. ClOt nWos.I .*
i\ ,. and a back field of veteran Merl .ft&h or spoonbm. Non.sport bow Mr. Nixon feels the same Ray
;.Ji,., '; Humble Oil & Refining Company Lilly's Drug Store Code, Wendell Bartee Daryle fish in saltwater receive an I don't have to say these things. But 1 say them because I
even
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I .. First Negro Male History Wins U.S. Open Tennis Amateur Championship -:1:




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Much 'of J what can be said la defense, of football college Okker
Accept Steeps
program might also be said of other Interschool or Inter1ch0laatJc -

In a sports. There can be no denying the fact that sports Sports FOREST RILLS, N.Y. A Negro for the first time la the
college program are beneficial to the sound mental
and& moral development tfthe Individual participants.Specifically, physical history of the United States, Is America's United States Open

though very mucb WI be presented to illustrate the meaningful BYNPI Aelatenr o Tennis champion,- male

,role'pkyed'by Intercollegiate football ln American's colleges ASH 1 ACHIEVEMENTS( 4 That man Is Arthur Ashe. Jr. It out, even ignoring apartheid.
of today.. Ashe halls from: RichmandYa.He i The athlete won the National

FootbaU complements the educational program because it Arthur Ashes achievement won a hot,marathonlc dueL Amateur the first in
affords the laboratory in which many educational lessons can becoming the first black man with Dutchman Tom Okker of America utili) years, at

,be tested. We are taught by modem education to live In the ever to win t U$. men's tennis the Netherlands. Brookline, Mass, two weeks
.best Interests of all In football the student puts these lessons championship Is only CM of the The scores were: 14-12, 5-7. ago. He was the first Negroto
to work learning to discipline himself mentally, physically many beets la the star-studded a-', s-e, I-S. wear the crown Now, Ashe
and emotionally. Football teaches career of this amazing This was the twenty-sixth has two
a respect ct rules and a sense young crowns, the United
of cooperation and& fair play. man. singles victory, dating back to States Amateur and the Open.
There are frequent debates and controversies regarding the This Is Dot an attempt to tone yrR d July, for the 15-year-old Army He was In the Wimbledon,
desirability of Interschool football. Oftentlme there are allega down or gainsay Ache's performance lieutenant has strengthened England, semi-finals and now
tions (usually without adequate pounds) that football Is a la winning the his bid forthe world champion stands along with Rod Later,
dangerous sport. To this it can be aid There are statistics to National Amateur Tennis 1wt ship, among amateurs and proto Rony Roche and Pancho ('.ca-
prove that a boy Is In many times more danger when be steps championship at Brookline,' Almost 8,000 persons saw this tales.Ashe.
into an automobile than when he steps out on a football field. Mass., recently, for the 27* tennis giant, thin and lithe, received $IS per day
There are those who say that football presents Its participants year-old Virginian and Army i ,S.I''f tight his way through a battle the Davis Cup allowance, and
from doing adequate academic: work. To this It may be said: Lieutenant was Indeed magnlDclent k that was gruelling and Intense. a place to stay The United
There are 1DU7 DOtabIiaeadtmle perSOlltUu.s who parUelpatect at play. Thousands cheered his every States does not permit its amateurs
,In football fo refute this assertion. Football, like many other 01 Ashe is physically and mentally t service. The moribund game to accept prizes. Labs
life's endeavors, may be compared with a stone 4t will either equipped to be the great of tennis received: a new shot and Graeboer, his Davis Cup

sharpen you up, or grind yonaway.itall; depends sin the material tennis player that he Is. Tall ,. kIr in the arm. teammate, are strong favoritesfor
,you are mada of. Good students who play football, usually remain and well proportioned, he Is The last American man to the Cup struggles la Australia
good students. lithe and quick possesses keen win this much-aought title wasa la December.The : .

Many students who are able academically would not remain In Judgment, ltghtotmgreflezesand white man. That was in 1955. dramatic climax came lathe
school.were it not for that magical atmosphere that envelopes. dogged determination and en.- Since tennis became one ofAmerica's fifth set. Ashe used perfect
America's college campuses during fall. What graduates couldever durance. top sports whites lobs and clinched so as to make
forget the thrill and suspense of the football field and the But the Arm,'. !insistence on have dominated. But Ashe stork the Dutchman miss a backhand

Intense feeling of pride that onl'tab.lI1m with each victory for physical fitness must hare volley. Ashe slammed out 2*(
deal old Alma Mater? Nothing else In a college program can served Ashe's cause well, foe a Charlie Greene aces during the match, aces
develop u much school pride, school loyalty and devotion U can It ,look him I hours and SI that reach a velocity of 115
a football team has arry over value tt may well be translated minutes to dispose of Lots Insets Scores In 100 miles per hour. Okker had U.

into pride la one's- "academic program andprlde in one's academic of 41.S, 1.10. 6-0 otter asked one question,
achievement and& 8-C. With Hines Next "How can yon play tennis when

The student who Is lured to a campus to enjoy the festive, Truly, Ashe, a graduate of r you can't see the ban?"
atmosphere surrounding football activities, Is exposed at the UCLA: is many things to tennis. SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. Ashes father, Arthur Asber
,same time to academic experiences that bear fruit in his The tics'. ranking amateur -Charlie Green and Jim Klnes Sr., a truant: recreation officer
becoming a better prepared cltlten and a more responsblle tennis player, be Is a member y1. y co-world holders In the 100 la Richmond, was a cheer lead
participant la our democratic way of life. of the U.S. Davis Cup team and meters, made Monday a day er. He said, "I am very happy
u such Is rightly internationally (' of victory. A dad head resulted for Arthur. When be was a
famous. with Green making ... small boy be could not even
BethuneCookmanCoach But it should be noted that and Mines 10.1. A score of play on the public
Ashe has made sterling'contributions # .; 10.5 was needed. Richmond. But now everrybay
of other significance Is fine to him."

to tennis. He Is not only a great
drawing card 'on the basis of
Cuts His
his floe court but also
game,
be has Inspired hordes of young A Schwa Globe radio was Just one of the awards to J.W. White pelt) of Dallas, Texas, for Ms SEAFOOD CENTER
Soul Brothers, victory In the recent Central States Golf Association tournament at Oklahoma City, sponsored
players, particularly by the Joseph Schllts Brewing Company. 144 N, MYRTLE AVI PH. EL 4,1411
and be has helped Integrate Presenting the radio Is Roy Smith (right), Schllts
Football Lineup the la reverse. district manager U Oklahoma City. Also adding his congratulations 1s Robert K. Hill of
game Omaha, president of the CSCA.
THIS WIIK1 WINNING .
Let's face u.. Before the great tMc u
successes of Ashe and former rouuoMi TROUT
Bethune-Cookmaa College Headcoach Jack McClalren cut nine Wimbledon queen Althea Rattlers Play .IOf11111111 *- ,.., C
9
football players from a group of 79 prospects earlier recently Gibson, black sports fans, la "Albany Rams Are i"tWt ...... fJU SNAPPIRCATFISH 6
MIUIi C Ib
u he began trimming the squad to the regular 40-min roster. had only a
gent vest tennis CM* %
Coach UcClalren Indicated game at Welch Stadium Saturday In competitive Classics In' Tampa sum HUN) iri I Ib
that cuts would be larger and September 23.Gr1.Mli11 Elupt.thoIeclu... VW
:more frequent In the next few money-tamers and professionals Working, Hard For suirsKii KINCMH 53SSHELL
,days. He praised his veteran C..dhci1YL11$4,000Fr.r"F..thtiu who play tennis u bobby Twice This Fall tlUII 54C STEAKS
,
football U a who, and follow the could fLOUNa" OM Of lot /.NN Leu! 1.,141.
players group game, you .. .., TALLAHASSEE The) Mw 'v IW ..-..
.came ,to camp la high spirits almost. count the number of

.. and& ready to pUy the game herd' :blacks forest& Bile QJ.YJ.at) 1968 Edition of .Rattlers Florida will AIM play University twq elastics*. OYSTERS ,uMITID!! ,rA Nt6Io
...
He said their condition prom i any tournament the fingers la"the SUM of Florida this i
that the majority had trained of the bands.
fall The annual
thirty-sixth
a their own before reporting Negroes were not participating
to camp. GRAUBUNG, La.-CatherlDeMarl. as players, and therefore Negro Football" Says Lee festivities Orange Blossom will be held Classic In Miami and WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo
Cox a Junior
Jack has concentrated on developing spectators: preferred to follow
December 0-7. The sixth annual Credit Anrnvixt Spol'M '
his ends and flankers. mathematics major at Gramb- other sports-.such u footbalL Waiting- on
Tampa Classic will be played CADILLAC SEDAN PbVlLLK; "V 1)9.1
without ling College. lethe basketball and ....baD-wblr.
As of they are
now, from Cetcl lee In Tampa November SO. Contort Co**. #r fU oI,
starters la these positions. of a M.OOO fellowship the they could see and& cheer some lelleves Alesty |> V iMr .. .Mn II.W m. n>.r Wr>.m .
The ODe will be played in 68 CADILLAC: COUPE PKVlLLK: : S5mf
However he Is working dill- Crown ZeUarbacb Foundation heroes of their own kind. ....._. .. ,.. .
.0 l. 0-
gently every day with about IS la San Francisco to study at But along came MIss Gibson T... Will Ptsy Extlttie Mill the spacious against Orange Bowl Stadium r.wintl: "(" 11.M 1.... 1MI _( Mioft. t....,
outstanding
potential receivers. UcClalren the University of California, and the exciting Asks, and ponent to be, named early In 66 CADILLAC 4-DR. HARDTOP( .HIM
said "an of them are working Berkeley. Blacks began to flock to the ALBANY C.. There may be some question about how the :' bitU-d' rrMrw! OM .D6 t.n
November The Classic ,
Tampa C FLEhT14 ICIAL.: : t"J9$
hard for the top slots and are The San Franclseo-based games throughout the nation. '61 edition of the Albany State Rams will fare on the gridiron will pit the FAMU Rattlers 63Tm WMM CwOvt Cwtfnl Mr C.eI. .....:.. ..'w ta..N..
little 'r.NVeteran.ad. foundation: was formed In 1951and Like Jackie Robinson grid wars this but there Is no question about N'N.Nr,
making my Job a la base season
the distribution howwhhardd against the Texas Southern University 64 CADILLAC SEDAN DKVILLB $1991
promotes the Ram footballers to work for
Clljth Richardson Miss Gibson and Ashe are going preparing
and Sylvester Davis, of grants tor scientific charitable wen showing them what a Black the elght-iime slate Tigers from Houston. 67 nR C 11i ylr rt'Aly iAlt '.w1.w: N .S2193W095

a converted defensive, and& educational programs. could achieve U he had the "I can't say what we will do,' Heading the list of tlletternwnla ** *** 66 roh IAlO .
seem to have the edge 'pertormaace The fellowship tails under an ability and perseverance.' aid Bobby Lee, as be put his the Rams' camparequarterback J jf tiwrtaf Contort Cvriral' M LMds.t'. ten ..

wise! The ,'S" established Crown Zellartach There Is no question but that charges through their paces la Allen Pounsel, guard ra.eraanale 68 CHEWY Ih1ISf A SPORT CPE . .$2993P.
( Ga.) baa plan whereby aa undergraduate time Black achieves his maiden the Rams' wi iirMi
Richardson UouUrle every a season U Cavern David tackles Joe .. u$14. *w r.CWV "
been a dependable second recipient may spend the Junior excellence, he gives Inspiration bead mentor "but I can tell Walker, an AU-Amerlcaa candidate AUTORADIATORS 68 fi 1: ATA tiNA". ; : .$1693

stringer for two years. Me year of college studying to thousands of his race. Miss you we are going to be la topClrMlshape and Alvin Denmark; defensive 68 t PONTIAC DMT Htnti. In GRAND>M4 M |Wi PRIX ft', |M ll'. .SJ79S
Clairen said he has good bands either the University of CalIfornia Gibson and Ashe both .have done and will play ur backs Ken Carter and ... V /N w.
and can catch the long balL at Los Angeles, University this and an to be commended exciting brand of football" Willie Bison, and two-time all- 68 P<>N T IACBONJrtV'lt.LfcW'M'H? .ws1793NWr. :
Davis (Pompano Beach), at 6' of California at Berkeleyor for It. Shortly after some M candidates sue linebacker Jimmy King. ., till. /"r.rr*M W..
o hPORT'cOt'PrT
I", has the height and necessary Stanford University, Palo' Beyond this, Lake Is Just one reported for duty here Sl195 CN/.IU WN1 AM N 66 LN CHEVY h.; .- .,. .$199

spee log receiver la high school.The Terms of the fellowship! call has witnessed his bristling a-day practice schedule, "aver ... <
Watch ". 66 ttncTtrSSKE. 'o . .
Including
Wildcats wllleoatlaaethe for all expenses paid court, game will attest. Be has starting with the eyeopeneron t:;"'". hid M- M...IW wW.r $2195

twlce- .., drills ttroughSeptemberll. transportation. one of the strongest services the field at 1-00 a.m. Something 65 PONTIAC GRAN PRIX . .$ "'
Catherine 1s a graduate ofGrUfia and Is one of the scrappiest new added this year for This Clown I ARLINGTONRADIATOR: Aor ov Tt'1oo 'ARn'O Ctt00SE
Bethnne-Cookmaa College will High SOool la Lake the game has ever the first time, are the twice FROM''
play Its first regular season Providence. players daily skill sessions In addition 66-14-51 We Take Deals. Where Others Refuse !
1411 MAICHICK Pus Idrr
to the two sessions on the field. Credit Approved On Spot
EiMriiiig Tie Ailolifo The entire Idea .U to be rasor- 88 92 37

sharp by the list of the month MAIN STREET R. S. EVANS3rd l
when the Rams open the season 2 1y RADIATOR

against here Shaw MAIN Ar 41. fMNII8ft11
University Memorial
Stadium. eII dtll eel Ml dw & MAIN
Ml. 4U Gr.M S'pu
Otte Meal, who re11JlculabM'the
r Y ti football reigns after 17 .' JL:; 4-8381 OPEN 'TIL 9.30 P.M. EL 4-8332
\
years at the helm, also announced
that the Rams'schedule ,

i has been reduced to eight games r
following the sudden announcement 43 52 25

that Morris College Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes
November t has- dropped the He's Down. He Adds,Subtracts,
grid sport. He work It all around
Lee said the Rams win don

heavy equipment aboit 24
11 94
old-week and will begin rough
contact work after observing COMING ATTRACTIONS
the NCAA's required period
shoes and shorts for three days. 112-13-51
a The Rams, following the lid

lifter on the list, win meet MAN'S DAYS'NUMBERED

Miles, Bethune-Cookman .
tame State, South Carolina
Sots Morris
nah State! and Fort State
'Man's Days are wnberecL"
on successive weekends this
,Health, and fortune Can B* ,
talL: 4ENAn ., ,
Yours When You Know Your
.
Lee, who Installed the pro-
.
Lucky Days.Lucky
type cOense at Albany Stateas
the offensive coach three -: ..... .

years ago, maintains an air Colors, etc. ':. Staoramf
'tj' I
of confidence u be embarks on Send $%,00 for your _., a .
WITH SPEED RECORDS m MOID Hte final design model of tne Autolite Special u examinedby his first head coaching assignment Horoscope Guide far Jif- r O
three of its creators. The Ford-powered machine will be driven by Mickey Thompson In aa "Right now we are concerned Tonight's the night to discover 41whAx11.5LUr 14

attempt to s&atter the land speed record for wbeel-drlven venlcles_Left to right are: William about our of f easlve SEPTEMBER the Smooth Canadian.'t' ... )
;:
D. Bowman and Lawrence K. S&inoda, Ford Motor Company Design Center, and Edward Bull line," he said. "We need to ... : ;:: .
of Kar Kraft Inc., Dearborn. The car, to be powered by two Ford 417-cuble-incb single plug up some gaps laths Interior FUl.in the- blank below and ;;:; '.:
"overhead can engines is under construction at Thompson's Long Beach, Calif., facility He sad at the tight cad position. Ifwe mail toZODIAC, Post Office Seagram'sV.O..Canadian; ;i:= ; : 1
will make I his attempt some time In October on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Bowman Is a senior can find three or four big Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. r
research engineer in charge of automotive aerodynamics at the Ford Design Center. Shinoda'Is Interior linemen among our Known by the company it keeps. :

: a design executive: Corporate Projects Design Office, responsible for advanced concept freshmen prospects who are NAME I
'vehicles. Hull Is the project engineer on the design development of the streamliner's power- ready to play, we may surprise. I STREET .
train. I DATE: OF BIRTH CttltIM 1IUSM-1 ate lUtCUl MltUL, III PLUS OIL H.I HOOT MttUK HJtllOH CO.at.C.
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FOR RENT !I' Fer Nxa! Reelerel PrtsMt StipM
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j TV SERVICE FOR SALE !4'; CONTINUED FROM PAGE' II r Of Ghetto Life Is PkHed

Lot (72x300 n.) in Wesconnett. National Urban League andT6e Rockefeller
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TV Service calls $3.00 Phone 355-8035. years (nine In the NBA and one with the Harlem Globetrotters) -
Cheap.
nationwide effort of
Foundation bar Joined hands In a new
Financing< la ghetto residents In
assistance for developing responsibility
.fli :353.8834 team athlete In the world.
FOR RENT AM there are other sports writers who claim Jack: Kent Cook, their own attain, and hare chosen a most appropriate name,

220 Spearing<< St. 7 rooms.Low owner of theLos Angeles fakers, will *,..me In excess of "New Thrust", for the program.
er Apt., with 2 baths. $70.00 1-mlUlon dollars over the nest five years. This new program has been Young and has been named
HomosexualsFight Realtors U both of these claims are true, there will never be any seen made possible by recent pant Director Field Services,
354-8435 317 W. Forsyth to hold any benefits for me. by the Foundation totaling$SOO, national urban League tucker
I'm in a very unique position financially, but I still have 000 and will be expedited: by a has stated that some 90 cities
Back! contact with the ghetto type of life. I hare businesses right In nationwide co-ordination of the are up for consideration. Selection .
Harlem and other ghetto areas around the country.I local chapters In cities to be will be based on the
Sit have located in these areas because I want to help provide chosjn_by the national office. extent oIprocnmettortalread
u Thi 6iy 2 IDI. ALL BRICK Jobs for my Black brothers and sisters. And because I was a The objective, according to the 1ID erway, It It fib Into the'
product: of this kind of environment much too brief a time ago. current PUll release, "will concept of the "New Thrustphilosophy. ":
is TOWN HOUSESRange I continue to be active among our people there, not because I I't be to reach and enlist an elements Tacker said the

ii sugar have to, but by choice. Because u they say In Harlem, "That's tits of the ghetto and to first effort involve building
& .j where the action Is." --...... organise partnership efforts what he calls "lit ern I
'
.td like iiaiiil. In my position, I'm fortunate to have the ear of men like Mr.. e lot different than it showing the popularity of outdoor with the traditional establish strength" la the ghetto. Bustnessmea -
,. Refrigerator Nixon. used to be n. taller, aspects of Scouting They mint Jn and around the care community leaders,
be to deeper and wider than lfever Include Camping. Cooking city Projects will stress asked for assistance. .
I'm! wining to withstand criticism that J.may subjected par youths, will be
been before! Its today Flremanshlp Firs. Aid, Home
Road lint from my black brothers and sisters for backing Mr. Nixon. Scouting for toda,'* boil Repairs, Ufes vtng, Public tlclpatlon by all-rich and poor. I .
HIT JIM 1.111II I've always been willing to work and fight for wbat I believed Whether he Is a brand new Health Safety and Swimming black and whlte-and will tocos Tie basic goals are four:
this mziiftriisfimtiii In, whether It was on a basketball court, business or any Cub Scout, a Tenderfoot Just New Cub Scouts as well as .on specific needs of the Individual Opening up channels of action ;
"SWEAT" PUN other endeavor In life. joining up or one of a those who now belong have community" communication between the
No matter what yon say, a white man Is going to be president. quarter of I. million high the opportunity to take part in Whitney M. Young,Jr.,Executive ghetto leadership structure;;
and wide list of
he's
school
Explorers a new ranging
ace
FHAVULCAN I Just happen to believe that former Vice-president Richard finding he's sot a lot going activities especially tailored for Director of the National Involving Indigenous ghetto
M. Nixon,.is th best and most qualified man for the Job..And for him. the I through 10 ,w.old. Urges League, said: "This leaders In effecting basic social
ii Stptiitir INC. that he.Is. _willing to try to do more good for the Black community OYerbe years. Cub Scouting Recent revisions In the Cub generous grant will give tremendoits change; Enlisting professional
than any other candidate. Boy Scouting and Exploring Scout program spotlight new Impetus to our work assistance In providing essential
SEPIA D Is my belief that If yon cannot get someone to ran the country have undergone family centered activities, la Amerlc'a ghettos. This work services; Developing com
1H3 IEN RNKIT IR that would make ph.tcalIIUIeII.crafts and out-
who knows what our real problems are.-Wg problems a* wen them changes teem out of this worldto door adventure. among the poor and the dlspos- inanity prtkipatlcoadpoiky
At Dewstard! u little ones-what's the sens In trying to get the rest squared the Scout of yesterday.In Now a boy no longer has seized is so vital that we believe making repteseatatloatscosilltueats
your 161 3479VETERANS1
away. Boy Scouting for example to wait until he is I0 be a the survival of the cities may groups and
now merit badge subjects Cub Scout. If be Is In third wen depend on Its success. EllmlBatlng racism from
have expanded until today grade be may Join, even If Sterling Tucker, on tear at American Society.:
there are over 110 Including be is 7.Another. the time from Director Is
hlspost u The League's total goal two
HIICE FOR RENT such far out ones as Atomic new feature of the
of the Washington million. The entire programwill
the
Energy Space Exploration Cub Scouting! program Is
To Washington Heights amA Famished or Unfurnished Apt. Communications Metallurgy Webelos Scout program for 10 League, will head the "New be constructed for the man
new beauty shop, Lea Char- for rent Excellent condition and Oceanography. Boy who year olds. In It, Cub Scouts Thrust" program according to and the woman In the ghetto.
Mov.inforsllttleass 0 mattes Bent Shop Is now l location. $50.00 ft $60.0omo. are now Scouts as wen as meet In the evening under the
open for your convenience at those Joining up during the iMdenhlp of a male. instead -- -
DOWN 4229 Moncrlef Rd. West Ph.7854988.We Phone 31712011M 1961 Fall Roundup, (the annual of at an afternoon meeting led Alcora Celbft Hopped up OverFrislMNHi
membership campaign of the by >a Den Mother Another
have 6
operators, Boy Scouts of America), can IntuntItbe Webelos Scout
earn thete exciting new merit program which replaces the SpffoUr OlyMpic IM
Sm badges when they become See Lion Cub Scout rank givesboys
... .SUI Tin
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ond clap Scouu. Over 40 million and their fathers the opportunity
HENRY ItoUZE JR.
merit badges have been for overnight campIng : OJ ,
LEG FLATTERING FIRST
I_ WIt lift...._a. ....... earned. Scouts can now qualify Previously, camping hillS
Quality Nylons W.OO down; M.. f "MIat.d c1 __M for the newest merit badges been limited to Boy Scouts and LORw.uf, Miss.-(NPQ-Two new,sad most popular slogans
$4.25, 6 prs. Shea I 1/2 to mite,,.1._..t..t,,./1-.1w tr.II.. t Mw. ..M". SeeN.aseJl .,,1,. American Buslnet Computers. Ejcplorers.: to be beard on the Alcorn AiM campus these days are "Akora
34 bedpan plan with I, I'll. llLt 'Ng.Ittt WMtl*| .1 Mwt Enttneerlng Landscape, Architecture New activity badges with boy Is better because we have Netter," and"Boost the Braves 'U
Coffee Cream White Brown CI., M'UIfMI.d 1rw W and Theater. At an appealing titles a* Aquanaut .
2 balks and t.rog.. ,. tee 1. AHtlMfM to* /.rime .** and Don't Be Late..
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M4m scHe*!l., chwrcke ond a cm> Toast, Medium Beige. MtM M" M Inf. Of these Athletic Confer
ton .*. t4 fcvtactlM 1f : 1sL put It when be saw one Athlete Showman, and Sportsman course, slogans havea Southwestern
center ctote by. Send Money Order for yours: OMtwrl.Reiistor .... .............. of these new merit badge give outlet to a wide range meaning the first Instance, tnce.
LINCOLN ESTATES YOUR SHOPPER, PA mew'''1"."Mp' .Ihr.U. r requirements. You mean a of boyish Interests and abllItles. the slogan refers to Miss Mil Miss Netter Is being looked
BOX 1323Groan s- MM II kid has to do all this hut torn drette Netter, a freshman tsjMO u the most outstanding

7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 if.Y.IOUI No trore-)e81d _hart one topped bade the*?"million Some hedges mart. The College Stadenl student and native of Rosedale, track star from Mississippi!

Postage Necessary. Miss, who has been named an since the days of Ralph Boston.
MOTEL CONTINUED FROM PACE 11 alternate on the V.... Olympic After an outstanding debut on-
5.00 human >TTnMtrather than team competing In the 1961 the track scene, Miss Netter
bath
12 prints '
11 rooms, semi-private 34.00Day letting them become dictatorial summer. games la Mexico was heralded u the new sprint
rooms, ends la themselves.! City sensation of the hallos She
) $3.00
time (semi-private
I The crying need of the boor In the second Instance, the began the track season u an
Weekly Rate (plus tax)
Is a stress on Integrating the slogan refers to this year's unknown bat under the guiding
( best features of the old and edition of the schools's foot band of Dr. Grant A. Dungee,
ED.EWUI MOTOR COURT the lIlY, the obligatory and the ball team, heralded u the moet Asa a'i bead track coach, she
INTEGRATED liberating, the physical and the exciting and Including one ofpie has shown continuous Improve
r 9911 U J.I.Cor.Edge wood Ave. IOU1fII1.rl'l'l'Il'l'.II'I'I'I'I'III'1.1.1..I'. best defensive units la the meat.

Phone 764-0003-4Vlways Open .m Dr. Dungee, a former A treatallaround
athlete Kentucky

; ROUNDUP ] State, has been at Miss Netter's
E1ERANSIINO EDUCATIONAL side In both triumph and sorrow.

S lie stated that the Rosedale
BT NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL |
MONEY DOWN native Is running a little ahead
17 SHARE Center, to be operated by Me of schedule at this stage of her
FOR A 3 OR 4: ATLANTA' -(NPQ-A Ford harry Medical College.Designed development He also believerthat
Foundation grant of 3117,500 by McKlssack and McUs- with the experience that
BEDROOM has been made to 17 privately sack, the two-story center win she Is sure to get In the nest
supported Negro colleges and have eleven medical suites and three years, she will be one
All BRICK HOME universities to Improve their one dental suite on the first d the most outstanding female
dmtfil tration. bu1Deu prSC Door and office apace and confers tracksters that the United
ON LARGE lOT IN Ilea and tImd-n I.Ia operations. rooms OB the second. States has produced.
The money Is to be The center Is expected to open Miss Netter was featured in
BEAUtifUl used to secure professional la the spring or early simmer one of the leading Woman Track
vice on baslaeas office of 1969, to provide comprehensive and Field' News Journals which
1 operations. Participating la this medical care mental led to her being Invited to most
CARVER PINESI!
I Iu 4* grant are Allea, Atlanta, Lin health social and other of the big meets.Democratic.

FriODAKE APPLIANCES coin Virginia Union, Witter- services for aa area la South
force and Xavler Universities; Nashville populated by 37,000 Women

MIN.COD and Barber-Scotia Bethune low-Income pesons.PRESIDENT .
Cookmaa, Clark, Edward
y4ttV'Q ON m Waters, Meaarry, Morris WANTED Charter BBS
Brown, Paul Qulnn, Rust, St NEW YORK (NPI) A The Democratic Women's
TERNS.VULCAN president Is wanted for the
Paul's and Spelman Colleges Educational: Voters League is
community-controlled J Jsalor
sponsoring a chartered bus to
INC. HEALTH CENTER college which opens Its doort Miami
to the Democratic
NJSHYUJ.JtlePlCoa.. this month to 500 students. An
1(1. 788-3U9 struction has 31.45 experimental institution the Women's State Convention
: begun on a October Miami'
3, 4, and 5 at
million Neighborhood HealthQ.AFAYETTE1 Bedford-Stuyvesant community Beach.
t college Is a two-year-college
All
Democratic women interested
working la close cooperation
with City University of New In making the trip
.
should contact Mrs.
Ann
T.
will
York (CUNY.whlca grant
baccalaureate degrees la McGee on Saturday, September
14 at IOU Venus Street
,
I ITo special fields to be determined

by the. commailty,
**** **** SociologistCOn1NUED


FROM FACE 11 i
ST. lUIS PAPEI (0.An
Atlanta University professor
Eqwl Opportunity Employer Sa anus eha1rman.
: IMMEDIATE OPENINGS' FOR According to Dr. Philip

ROLL HANDLERS Hauser of the University of

The West side Xxperienct not necessary.Ugh Chicago oatgolag ASA president .
I School graduate 32.54 per hr, "What Is Involved here
..j Shift work. Excellent fringe Is the result d excluding. the
benefits apply St. Regis Paper black man from American life
f!' Co. between I A.M.-4P Jt.Mon- for three and a half centuries.".

[_!RADIO KJ.KCTHOHICS day thn fridaY. Intersection Dr. Passer said "Special efforts
NOW Se You Cn VOTE Hecksher Dr.1 Eastport Rosa will be made to bring
J Phone 7653511. Negro scholars deeper Into the
activities of the association"

: : !; AGAINST: MORE CITY t ,COUNTY TAXES Hiifctts75 Be"reasonably called the accurate caucus reporta de..

scription."
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