The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Burglar Tools Black Engineering Consultants J Carver School i1flj1

ConfiscatedAfter <',' ktr Hl[ .


Arrests .

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A rooftop>> chase early Monday
morning resulted In the arrest
r of four young men who were .

f seen crossing in the higher
I atmospheres, apparently with a rt

the Intention of performing a.
burglary at a local Jewelry loan I II

,cosines Four men were charged with

breaking and entering, namely FOR SC STRIKERS

Jerry, Kemp, 21,1393 State !
Street. Wallace Robinson, 22,
T Brady Street; Larry Steppe I
824 Blanche\ Street; and Char lea Pr * * *'* "
James of Court C. 1 1

According to Patrolman C.M? Vandals. Remove SCLC Head Pleads LA Police Head

Doors and Patrolman R.L.

Meyer, a client alarm at the, Flags And Tear
Fox Jewelry Loan Corporation ,Says Militants ,

501 West Bay Street, was activated
'I' at 12:30 am after a Pratt Institute Brooklyn, M.T:, has pioneered in the field of engineering and architectural For NonViolenceCHARLESTON
.bole wu out In the celling consulting, particularly Insofar u Blacks are concerned Shown above are Instructor Seymour Books In Foray Seek Overthrow t
Berger, vice president of McKeeBergerMansueto, Inc, consultants, u he appears with
The officers chased the men, several minority'-group students in nation's first course of its kind.,Thirty-one were awarded Vandalism, and its resulting; ., Ralph David Abernathy, dynamic' WASHmGTON--The: militant
who were crossing the roof, U I completion certificates at special ceremonies recently ,destruction, took Its toll In local, leader of the Southern Christian Leadership conference, from organization of Black Panthersis
an abandonedbolldlnr when schools over the weekend his Jail cell in Charleston, Issued a plea to his followers and, indoctrinating its smallest
firemen arrived' with ladders. Not only are the vandals destructive sympathizers to eschew violence. children In ways of killlngwhite

August ,Jones was also City (oUldl.illI'Sulz ; they resort to theus. Rev Abernathy policemen and merchants,
veteran of 17 Abernathy
:arrested two blocks from the '
Workers Will Seek \f profane ind offensive arrests because of his activity More than 400 strikers are according'to ,a San Francisco
having run from the the walls of the
writing on in department official
the area of civil rights, engaged with the city and the police ,
scene Pollce'.confiscated' burglar acher Head schools and ,sentiments expressing. their feil- followed a spiritual commlt- hate government,"' u well u appearing before. Sen/,John L,,.
InC McClellan permanent investigation
tootc left tear the hole in the Wr with Governor Robert McNair, .

I '" ,.gellingAccUsess.Boerd. J To Organize Youth (Of) Mammoth Plan I Tie George Elementary WashingtonCarver School! !, rca in union a dispute representation which and relates wages to. big city committee', and campus hearings. violence1 on

J. 2854 West 45th, u well u theNorma.ncly UcNalrWpnal this week : .
In May Governor
President Benjamin Perry

.. Mndltf-a'Street tl Worisors .nest tern ,'itJ.bedoii i l 1'" ?? ? ;?' f i.; : / : MayorHani-Itatter.of7 ei>*fr 1Artued ea&x6r4bb'latest and r'<<'d ret 1ft'rtp'MNi. > ,ttawmbef M ttte committee Jtat ,
portal '
la Miami In the near future and will i(use authorIM-. tfctlm list week Black children are studylngand
: LM.Sulzbacber was lifted June 1.
OfPrejudices: lively .by the James E. Scott Community Association which conville, and Councilman Polled found obscene words on On June 2} Governor McNair using coloring bo',ks preparedby
: played leading partsin
la trying to promote the personal. development>> of young men and, the blackboards: Books were ordered another curfew Thisfame the Panthers "
the launchingotthemammothFAMU
i women in the Model City,' scattered helter-skelter on (the
On one page a caption reads
after Rev Abernathy was t
In Local Jobs Foundation Development>>
JESCA's Archie Hardwick will large cities, Fond drive when, at the floor, Ink had been spilled on arrested, with others, for lead- "The only good pig Is a ,dead
I, GAINESVILLEIUbrarllD d direct the program. He said, This "peer" group, accordIng Roosevelt Hotel ,,Wednesday! the teacher's desk In one room.Out.lde had placed p According!

,; 20 years in the Alacbua School "Street workers will be trained to the director, many times noon, FAMU, its problems and one window a bush laguunnder$50,0000, bond on to the official the
and left
System has been Informed that to walk the streets, meeting has more Influence on young its potentialities,' wu the topic been broken off wu on i charges of Inciting to riot, books show policemen and other .
i she will be transferred fir oral people>> In pool rooms, around people than Is assumed, The of conversation the floor. parading without a license, whites u being bristly tuskt
Carver went shot
Vandals at even
position In the Hawthorne High stores and other place; where director hopes to contact and' Dr. Perry wu the principal and disorderly conduct. cloven-hoofed.plgs being
youths hang out, and to organize the services of about further. They knocked out the :REV, R. ABERNATHY and knifed by Clacks However
solicit .
School to a c ounfy teacbing pOOt, speaker for the local drive in door and reached, Toe leader and his officers
i, will seek action from the county them on the spot" 10 young people by June 30 City Councilman I.M.Sulzbacher glass a refused to post bond. Their Ltshkoff stressed that thereis
through a front door :so as b moat established by the late no law against such sketching -
These workers will be trained Ten' ports of entry will be Is chairman of the incarceration set off explosionsin
grand Jury
i beyond present abilities They used for Interviews A citizens Fire entry. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., ,Sen. Mundt of South Dakota
: Mrs Ethel Wakefield the fund drive He announced that cafeteria the area. Five policemen anda
, and the
will be useful in ferreting out board with each member re- rooms, involving fasting deplored this new technique
teacher involved In the transfer, $11,500 had been pledged by newsman were hurt earlier, ,
the worst and to to of the 10 designated were entered. The SCLC, which has played, Another picture shows a white
said she will also contact State'Attorney projecting presenting one Wednesday, the opening day. Mrs Abernathy announced the
The United States flag and the and continues to a stellar businessman held Black
local play, by one ,
City will also ,
T.E. Duncan and the programmersand areas President Perry emphasized fast. Blacks obstructed traffic
Florida flagwere removed fiom role In the resolving of clobbered by another stabbed
forman of the grand Jury, Mrs to the Dade County Depart- function. that about 75 per cent of the for come time downtown and
and thrown
their poles on a difficulties In the head another Black
experienced by the by
Eloise Chandler, as to an explanation -. ment u well u to the Economic Each project will develop>> itself 4,000 students at the school ,, were arrested, charged with ,
stage Charleston strikers, SCLC, Is and, stabbed in the leg by a
Program officials In the area of recreationand continuanceof
, for her transfer need aid for the disturbance.
No total of the damage wu continuing its efforts Ithout peace Black boy On the sideline
A grand Jury session wu Hardwick said that this pro- culture. Constructive group their education. However, Dr, Abernathy, according to
given the personal leadership of Rev stands a Black woman, ready
scheduled for Tuesday. gram, Is In operation In other action will be emphasized. 'the problem Is that a much Jailers, had not eaten since
) for action, with a pistol in her
John A. Rutledge, principal of smaller percentage receives aid '' last Saturday. He was arrested
Hawthorne, forwarded a letter Foot Leads Coworkers To, because .of .the need of more Strange, Actions of Suspect last Friday Rev Andrew hand Another directive says:

} to Supt. W.S. Talbot in which revenue Young, SCLC vice president, .
I "Brothers and sisters deal with
, be specifically outlined reasons Man Dead Under Sand Pile Dr. Perry said,that students Lead To Trial Postponement announced that lawyers would the white store owner that robsBlock
" for the move. Mrs Wakefield' come from families with seek relief In Greenville at a ." I
;,', has countered by saying thai 21-year-old man, Ralph not have been heard because of Incomes of less than $<<,000. A sanity examination has caused a delay In the trial of three hearing Toe police, official, wbocomec" ,

an attempt has been made to Williams 1921 West Uth, was machinery noise, said the In-' So great is the need for moie man who were accused of the murder 01 a Moncrtef grace) ":r store Mrc Abernathy said, after a from one of the most disturbed'
' transfer her from her chosen asphyxiated Wednesday when hewu vestigator. Sonnie Walker of help, continued the eminent edu- owner'on September .:3 S, 1968. visit with her husband In jail. areas of America, averred that:
field Such action, she felt, burled by sand In a hopper 133 North Street and Cleveland cator, that It IIu been necessary Judge Martin Sack granted a moment:: that Rev Abernathy pledgerthat the Pantberprogram has"given !
especially with her appearance at Jacksonville factory Nash of 228 North Street saw for the school to seek gifts from delay this week after Attorney before the Jury, might lead to He,was pronounced shad on his foot. "nonstate sources' The school M,ese Described the appotrit two psychiatrists They the union demands are met" righteousness when he steals a
subsequent discharge arrival does participate lathe, Marshall: will their The j
at Duval MedlcalCenterafter report findings hospital workers struck car
peculiar actions of a client, shoplifts, a store
The librarian contends that the workers at the Joseph United Negro College Fund, Albert Paschal, 21.Attorney' Assistant State Attorney the Medical College on March or In any other way commits a I. .
development plan used refersto M Rlple Concrete Block Co, Recruiter since It is public Instil jtion. Marshall told the James L.' Harris opposed the 20 over union representation crime :against the establishment -'
teachers only. Mrs Wake Ins London, found him More "An Investment that will yield court' d his difficulty In delay I and wages. ."
field further contends that she unparalleled dividends at a Herman L. Hall 22 and
than 30 persons spent 15 minutes communicating with Paschal ,' Lashkoff volunteered Information
was not.consulted on evaluations extricating the body.. crucial time in our history", Mitchell Lee Simpson, 31. ,,'*r e -
who has beendlsplaying"Blsarre Coke VP that militants took
' .. According to estimates, wu the succinct manner In the other two. over a
The educator pointed to unsatisfactory Williams had been under the which Dr. Perry described the and abnormalbehaYlor" InterviewsThe Lilt ,Sept.mber' Sidney 'C. fund of $200 College OOG at San:Fran
conditions under sand about 45 minutes There .value of the institution He felt during Parnell, 22, wu shot through cisco State In 1968 and i
which she served. Clerical and was at least one foot of sand that FAMU must remain an independent lawyer aye this throws the heart ,and lungs with a allegedly used It for guns for,
doubt on Puchal'c ability to the militants: He also said that
adult belp have been scarce.She over Us bead Institution of higher 32 caliber pistol during a holdup
stand trial atthe
said she was held responsible It wu assumed that the laborer learning in the state university legally at his store,Rlbault Grocery the Black organization chart the

for the physical condition nibs lost his footing and fell Into setup full Store. 4302 Moncrlef .Road, at children and secures
library area. More than 400 a funnel-shaped depression in Mayor Hans Tanzler aidEd! Membership abqut 8:45 p.m.According their cooperation by serving
students use the library dally a hopper which receives sand cation tu (o be the answer to to officers, a man breakfasts, funds for which have

.Teachers are being shunted and pours It onto a conveyorbelt our problems today The contribution 'ttf ', identified later a* PucbaL ,ys been obtained, allegedly. by,
about, "u.Wakefl.ld aaJd, to be:carried to anotherbin of the 700 FAMU ,,141 started clapping Mrs Parnell shakedowns and thefts
come leaving the system because for the mixture of concrete alumni Jacksonlvlla lias been :' ; In the face Her con attempted former organizer of the San '
of such eatment. Williams' cries outstanding" Dr. Warren W. 1, ,. to Francisco chapter is Paul
for help would. ; ., to come her rescue and wu
ENSIGN WILLIAM.Ensign Scbell prominent medic, asked : Garrett, now director of the
;: mowed downy He died from a
The Subject{ Was FAMU that the community "reach Into %; chest would.Another Black Studies program at

Samuel C Williams, your hearts to help thosestudents : employee' wu Federal City College,Washing

'... II' above Is one of 18 procurement ,help themselves to, threatened by Hall,according ton, a program directed and
'''\ p" officers assigned by the their future". \ Information Dozier Joyner,sa, financed by the United States

"r': Baited States Coast Guard to \f ,., wu forced to surrender money i government! .

.. enlist. more members of 15 Year Older from the registers According to Lishkoffthe,

', .I\!\ minority groups Into Its enlisted r t;>v a, Should, after the hearingiblchhas Panthers are veerngaway| from ,
and officer rinks ,These Guilty 'Of been postponed, the defendants -', Black Power per ee. They, he
I !#< ,g officers will serve In the areu are found guilty, they feels, are forming a coalition ottheleftwUg

'$ w' of public Information, Beating Cripple'' could be subject to death in the KELVIN WALL-: activist
,comnunlty relations, and In outlc PRYCI! Florida electric chair Kelvin A. wan oriented groups whose alms r
above hu been
7 military personal procurement George Gilbert, 15 years old, are total destructionGirl's

itW ; classification and trainIng of 131 Canal Street, wu found AFTER 14 YEARS, Ulric 1', Florida Dixie Bill Cola named CSS vice president of Coca->' :
according toresldent -.
Williams native Wednesday of robbinga ,
programs guilty
Pryce, veteran businessman, Fred W. DrowniiigTermed
of the
of I Washington, received most 80-year-old Invalid store pharmacist and Insurance
Without Veto domestic
;of'als education In Atlanta: A owner who was beaten about' the executive In Lake Charles, La, Passes native of soft New drink division A

'1t graduate of the Henry McNeal face during the. holdup. baa anally made it to full TALLAHASSEE-bin to prevent Wall Joined with York Coca-Cola City, Mr. SuicideA i
.. ',Tamer 'High School in 1M4 Gilbert-M old at the. In
101 "' years membership in the Louisiana local Florida school boards I960 following official Into
.", BeDjUtII L. PerlT h., wu honored and* presented a he attended the University of time of ChI crime on "January I State Pharmaceutical association -. from banning the playing of with the Amsterdam positions Negro girl Jumped. the t,
News fit Johns River and
,president of Florida ArlcatturU ,plaque by Dr. ,PerrY "In re- California at Be holey during 6, 1969, was convicted by aJirysjhlch The first Black man to ">>WI" became law last Friday ttxny. Lever'' Brothers Sunday
and disappeared under the water
'and Mechanical lkeersiywuOupriaclpal cognition significant giving to the same cummer. Ensign de Iberatldbtminutes. be admitted to the registry of :without Governor Claude Kirk's Tetley Tea Mr ,
at higher learning Williams entered Morehouse I Wall will be .On Monday the was foundThe
of -
speaker atancbeoa this institution -j tie former all-white pro- signature. lurched la woes Identified
Roosevelt Hotel .M, Councilman LM. College later and received the Sentencing was deferred by structuring: programs dead girl
> in the City fecnlooal body, be la a This bill came about because: for the Black Market u 1241
Jpi Wednesday'where the lcaldates SaUbacher Is Chairman! of the, bachelor of arts la psychology Judge William T.' Harvey antflJar TJUversJry alumna and presi of the decisions of come boards Latin Market the ,the Mica Vanaetta Jones,
; Lowhneome'Market
". "* for the FAMU Foundation '.fund drive Be announced that from Morehouse in '196S / 25, pending tfKVim of dent-board chairman, keystone to ban the song because Its, and la West 18th, who'wu seen foot going of ;
solving water' the
problems into at
k Development Fund was fll.500 had ,been pledged by M Coast Quart Photo by John a new motion. Attorney Bob' Life Insurance company (NP(, playing wu thought. .to .create associated with center dlstrtbutlcQ. the '
Laura Street.The
city -
,lunched,Mayor. Bane Tanaler ',Wednesday, the opening day 1 W.Stafford, 2nd. Elrod represented the staff. hot .r ,race tensions; .. cue was listed u suicide..

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.Published! "by) the Florida Star Publishing Companj,

,. Whitney M. Young, Jr.


j "St.dyl.l"

The 'Black Ghetto


Among the many trials and tribulations black Americana haveto
bear are the armies of researchers who periodically Invade
the ghetto to "study" how Mack people live.
ERIC 0. SIMPON..JANACING EBITORRILBA Man such studies art useful. 1'he'laelp to define problem
areas and gather the kinds of statistics and personal stories
IOOTEN..CIRCIIATION iI UE'I'.Im.c that become amm inltlon for urging basic changes- '
Black and white rearchers should Involve the community: In
., e seek the aid of community organisations
raw I their work, and
ADDRESS$ / : 4 local leaders In framing their research programs, as well
PL TFO I) PLATFORM as in helping to carry them out.

2323 MORCRIEF ROAD But there are other research,
THEMAJORIT OF *TAKE THE HANDCUFFSr' programs that are concerned,!

"P.O. BOX 5S9 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIN 32201 POLICE WILL e OFF THE POLICE: only of emphasizing the ghetto or the the supposed pathology -!

PRONE 354-8702 ISELECTED.THISISDEMOCRACY a MAYOR ELECT OF And the strangest part of allIs

MINNEAPOLISTHE that some of these studies
MIAMI OFFICE 5010! 'I.... '7th" AVE. are financed with federal funds I
'. SAMUEL V/YOOTY Somehow money Is available to!
PRONE 751307SSUBSCRIPiTOHkATE MAYOR OF researchers who want to study I
LOS ANGELC9 what's wrong with ghetto life, f
too little money is available
for programs to make life In !the I
(One Year, $12.00 Half Year, 37.00.Majled To You ghetto better.

Anywhere In tte; Un:>.ed. States One recent study came to the conclusion that Negroes have
Inferior Intelligence We haven't heard that one for sometime,
Subscription Payable M Advance outside of Wan meetings. But here is that old myth\ back again

.Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAE-P BOX 59:; J and alive and kicking
This time it comes wrapped in a scholarly package, full of

JACKSON ILLS,FLORIDA 32201: 1 statistics and IQ test comparisons, and all the other apparatus
'QvnvS. :of serious study Dosens of prominent educational psycho-

logists and other experts: Immediately challenged It, showing
IS AMERICA A RACIST SOCIETY ...? whaj\ was wrong with the research design, but it was too late.
MotivationAnd Newspapers all over the country had already reported the findIngs -

W.ll II 'lilll IIII'II'I"'II'I s VIIIl I/III.III '. ''' and bigots bad an old, disproved myth that they could once
Not Age That Counts .i''f again bring to life
Another study, made with federal funds, found that the Bead
In Detroit two weeks ago, Taft Martin, In cap and gown, wale: Start program wasn't worth the money spent on It because
a triumphant grin upon his graduation from the eighth grade at disadvantaged children didn't benefit too much from It About all
the ripe age of 81 years In a mask of humor, Martin remarkedthat YOUR WEEKLY I the study really proved was that this faulty research wasn't
he will go to high school..-and "might even stick" his 7' ,. ,worth the money spent on It.

head Into college The study was shot full of holes-far too many to list here.
Up In Akron, Ohio, another senior citizen walked across the :l',' ; S and one consultant,a distinguished statistician,refused payment
platform to receive diploma for the B.A. degree at the age of for his work and demanded hU name be removed from the final
83 years He was Edward S. Babcox, an advertlslon pioneer ; HOROSCOPE GUIDE -I report. The report was so sloppy he didn't want his reputation
and a founder of the Audit Bureau of Circulation, which keeps damaged by being connected with It.

tabs on newspaper.clrculatlon Political science was bis major. .11. But the Valuable Head Start program, which has helped
These men in their BO's were", not contented to rust out, but : : .j It"
hundreds of thousands of youngsters, was damaged Many
preferred to wear, out. They keep themselves vigorous and in
Head Start
people who weren't too keen on supporting now
tune with the times to school and the truth T I
by going seeking IY PABLO THE
ASTROLOGER use the report as an excuse to cop out. .
which makes men free and keeps their minds active
We know that many people feel that they waited too long to There have been other studies too. The black family continuesto
put their education to goad use. "What is left for them to do I be a major concern of white researchers who overlook the
but get ready for the graver Others may think. But this :: WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS I overwhelming majority; of stable families to focus public
was not the thinking of Taft Martin and Edward Babcock.' : attention on the minority of broken
in '" Barely in these studies do wt find any suggestion that racism
They intend to die young spirit. '
r. \ 1
If for no other reason, their efforts were a kind of educational > ? FOR and discrimination, as revealed by bad housing,unemployment;
I"I. have to do with ghetto
schools anything
and inferior ghetto ,
therapeutic for their kingdoms within God rill bless these
., '
two men, for they refuse to be dumped Into the cultural trash- "pathology.
pile. Yet that Is the real problem. Studies that blame the victims

BUSINESS- LOVE -TRAVEL? ,1' while ignoring the crimes against them are not only usless,
I. they become part of the problem themselves black researchers

_. ,Heidkapped (hililreii I ,,, .\ : must be part of any future studies In the ghetto to help focus

III.l111111'I'1116III.lIIIII..II.IIIIi'I..I..IIII.I.iJ. . .. ., those studies, on the causes of ghetto problems, and to keep
M 1w 1.t11h'7""S'lthw ',. .. .,., : ,, ': ' "; .iI.! 'l-i'v. .. : ..I)" '< iLVt' from, yet club with which to beat black
*u' "i\ i 't<* icoaaa: ..umu<.. -1'jiHI co Esnoa! stns tit .. ifjusi them .becoming! another .
r t ? i ARIESrrRUIN ..::C z:" pdoplti
Every: child: born 'according to the design of the Almighty, *. CANCER ". .. J"18" -5KIWRIOS "Racism Is the Amber/ ni'public health'problems' facing

does': come to this earth normal'. Some are blind, deal, MARCH BORN JUNE BORN 'AIRx.23rd BORN NOV. America today,"'Is the conclusion of the Joint Commission on
mentally Immature, crippled, hard of hearing, afflicted with Mental Health of Children If sociologists and researchers can
the palsies, and so on. 27th APRIL 19th 22id JULY 22.. SEPT. 2211" 23rd DEC. 21st only manage to tear themselves away from their fascination

An accurate accounting of the number of handicapped childrenin B'I a bit early to plan too Tue best starting point for Those In charge who are highly Impediments to fulfillment with what's wrong with ghetto life, and start studying the
the South is a difficult task because estimates vary with far ahead or to male broad self-examination and improve critical may be so Just because must still be reckoned with "number one public health problem,"and if the fed 3ralcoverD-
areas, criteria used, and the individuals making the estimates personal commitments. Controversies ment projects falls soon after they are unsure of them- until the 21st After that, start ment can support such studies with the same willingness thatit
The national percentages used are based on an unpublished Including legal the 14th. Self-Justification will selves. It's going to' require beating up the boilers to go now supports Insulting and damaging reports on black people,
estimate of the number of children special education ones, ,would be -advised.. only backfire. You are more wisdom to hide one's feelings full speed ahead: It may take we might just begin to solve the!.sickness of racism.
services compiled the staff (at the time apt to follow the course of until next to
by or the Division of Attention to diet and exercise The future may be kinder to month really get
Handicapped Children and Youth, W. Office of Education. may be wise for health reasons. logic Instead of emotion Start hopes and aspiration than going. But when you do, watch
In the Sough however, the total number of handicapped Methods should not be changed enlarging on your circle of appears on the surface at the your dust. Forcing the pace
children receiving special educational services was 82,318In with out first testing that replacements friends, especially when single. moment. Plan with this in,Ie.. now would backfire Get key A College Student Speaks
1984. And children receiving part-time services were Romance may be playing hide associations back on the friend-
Adapt the that
The ot policies are
gainful -
:: children. scope and seek somewhatup Whit's Com Our Our College CIIuistB
.84,869 endeavors can now slowlybe you aimed at peace, stability, and liest of footings,for!they maybe
The largest of handicapped children In the South a tree But there is the In the
group are widened. But it's still general well-being Skills and your ma i support days to
the speech handicapped. Based upon the figure of 140 children prudent to take Just one stepat feeling that, the future favor knowledge now gained lead up come. Competition warm. Doris BrOIl NPI
per speech coorectlonlst, the South needs a force of 3,750 a time Don't force things. 'yo .. When things are going ward.. If waiting for something Ambition may take a back seat ,
speech correctlonlsts In the public schools alone. But state It's bard to remain in fairly smoothly, it is sensible to happen is becoming too and be replaced by more social '
departments of education report that at present w. have 1650 set position waiting for get-the not to make any but minor or boring, ll whatever time off pursuits.I8054x14,56.900. The activism of today's college youth stands In sharp con-
speech therapists In 1970, there will be a need for 3,232 toward unimportant changes.When they have and trast to the collegiate silence of several years back.It .
signal to ahead the coming on a
leap you go
speech correctionlsts,., which is about twice the number we objective that is standing thereas are not, it sooner or later becomes little trip. wasn't long ,ago that college students were accused of
have now.Teachers. evident that something being cop-outs on the social Issues of the day.
bit life But it's
for ,the as drastic have to be done. They were described as "timid slaves careful about
hard of hearing and the deaf are needed : may "3. Z8,- 59.1% 72.)51 grade ,
desperately. The estimated need for teachers In this area is necessary 1Z542l7l8334LIBRA what they said and did fearful that they might offend someone or
1,498 by 1970 Because of a shortage of personnel, only 13 9-45-77-1s-40-245 get Into trouble.
per cent of tie hard of hearing and the deaf receiving SCORPIO AQUARIUS If they were in the South, they attended segregated colleges
special education services TAURUS BORN SEPT. (there were hardly any other) and said nothing about it, to the
In the area of the mentally retarded, we need 14,112 teachers BORN JAN. dismay of their professors--and sometimes,even their parents
by 1970; emotionally distrubed, need 13,665 teachers; learning DORM ,Arm 23rd OCT. 23fiUbrans 24th NOV. 22.. ,20th EEL lit.LJve' Whether in the North or the South, they carefully kept their
disabilities, need 11,000 teachers; crippled, need 3,110 teachers; 2lth 28tfc who have been thrifty, liberal and Integration sentiments In check. Their "re
visually handicapped, aged 313 teachers in the public schools, economical and foresighted in It will be advantageous to establish life as it unfolds and bellion" was a quiet, tentative thing, and If there was any
and residential schools for the visually Impaired need S07 One often can feel when the the past may now be enjoying firmer marriage and find out the answers to the student "acUoo/ it was at the receiving and of a beer stein,
teachers. time to start throwing one's the f.nits of relatlvelytabsolute" other key ties By mating an questions along the way. One not the carrying and of a "Get out Vietnam" sign '
The young high school student should consider the new and past weight around has arrived. But security, should this be what early start, it will be easier must trust the powers that have The effect of Sen. Joseph McCarthy's witchhunts was blamed
opportunities open to persons training. themselves to work it should be done In ways that they seek. This undoubtedly I will than waiting to be pushed. The placed us on earth. Romance for much of the campus timidity. And, Indeed, he bad his In-
with handicapped children. will bring offense to none.Make cover the home companions who elements tended to sometimes to pause to catch fluence.

As others are taking training, do. thou and do likewise. no Important financial commit have stuck through thick and thin cloud thalhave I a personal in breath, too. It may be expected Stokely Carmichael, H. Rap Brown, and Mario Savlo would
ments until after mldmonth and who have contributed their appraisal to be to be back in the running have no place In the fear-laden college. campus of a decade
when Mercury goes forward. dormant the month You soon after the 14th. Be ready age.
As It Looks From HereBY Just share of the pains and may
Don't be softened by the sacrifices Involved. The possibility even Identify them Once some Your main desire may be to But how different it all Is now I And how much do recent
\ LEON L. LEWS NPl insistence partners. The of certain secrets being order has been reestablished in dig in at home for a god events show that extremes only produce opposite extreme I
", The Federal Communications commission placed emphasis on slgnlfance of current events Is exposed around the month's and the personal and Joint economy, long stay. This would nave It Today, the college campus Is a hotbed of rebellion, violence,
:' Its recent ruling that radio stations, television stations and becoming clear to those who makes it all the more desirable the next step Is to find ways worthwhile to utilize your and opposition to almost anything bear ing the:,"estabUshnunt"
dally newspapers had to stop practicing racial discrimination know how ,to take advantaged to take extra pains to protectthe and means to prosper.. Don't homemaklngtalents There Just about the only rule on campus today Is to break rules.
in their hiring policies The communications industry has been them. Conservation reigns reputation along with the deviate from a constructive simply is nothing else to do Negroes and whites Join in\challenglngauthorlty.Just because It
'I able to escape the dictates of the 1964 Civil Rights Act In this Unfinished Jobs that may still social esteem and privileges program established during the but to keep on working on last is authority .-

$ respect, and has continued as the most racially discriminatoryInstitution be left over from the previous that are the pride and Joy of, preceding month, at least until month's unfinished business Sometlmel'the campus "issues".'. are Blast
represented as
emotional'or ;; ;; 1
month be closeto whether It be social
in our nation's history. may brought as mldmonth when trends are once ,
so many of this sign Travelor against white; more often Blacks and whites called to
are upon
Both In its hiring andadvertlslnf policies the communications their conclusions personal financial In character.
study projects that may have more Indicating their coming battle a common enemy-wbether It be (former) President
mdnstry, principally In Dallas area, u well u other sections ability and circumstances will been hanging in, midair of late directions Johnson, college officials, the police, or the bicycle riders.
it of this neck of the national woods, has practiced a most permit. may again be taken up and acted 11-, 50 67 1 12 42 779 9 -39 -12 66 -22 -117 Student violence Is no longer deplored, even excused away.'
1 J, pronounced policy of racial discrimination. :4.14 .11 45 '1,8 .ill ,upon shortly after the 14th. It Is defended by a vigorous dialectic in which terms Ute"puce'
t .- An attempt to contact the local contingent of the PCp by NPI '
and rook
10- Q() Jl8 14-28-464 CAPRICORN "brotherhood play an part. .
',' brought no assurance that the local office was even Interested EMIR! PISCES Unlike an earlier
radicalism !
is not
activism really
lax", In carrying out a national edict In this exlstency.! MM MAY LEI BORN BEC..22il BORN FEB. intollectural, despite its dialectical overtones.
: Only one television station In the Dallas area baa hired a
r f. Negro-.parttime--on Its staff of commentators newsmen; :2Ut JUNE ,21st ,BORN' Jilt IAJ. IBtl ;Utfc MAI. 20th -to Charges do with to recent the contrary campus, Communists turmoil The probably demand lave Intellectual had little

and this) person was chosen because he was a star football, 23rd AIG. 22id cultivated and
The discipline
possibility of"'lnItblnp Those who nave Initiative single-minded devotion to a cause that today'sscattershot
r player In their true light should improve Trying to impress friends can their talents can now rely on The seems to belongto students don't have
Only one big daily newspaper has hired a Negro staff representative after the 10th. But be be costly this month. Besides, them for inspiration and happiness destiny right now It's What made the college campus change so radically? One
and this person can't even be classed u a staff as Impartial in Judging yourself it may get Ideas in their beads Loved ones are closer smoother when you Just follow ,answer Is the effect of one extremism producing another.
reporter on the paper. as you are In condemlng that they can get anything from understanding.Now Is its bead without questioning the Today's activism I submit,
IJ and more largely a reaction to the earlier
Most of the in the Dallas motives Results for which
big manufacturing companies area
wheels *
enmeshed campus
others. Spendingthe monthaway you. Getting ill- the time to start the hesitancy and timidity.
;;t although they classify themselves u "equal opportunity from those who may, be Influencing advised emotional situations moving toward the achievement much effort has been expendedmay The Influence of the civil-rights movement has also had Its
employers," discriminate against Negro publications In making you could aid In restoring could have rather upsetting of success authority or come after the 15th. The effect. So has rapid social change
t appeals for employees. objective thinking. The future consequences. tt may affectionate klsi. It takes time. only flaw Is that the,1DI1 be But even more to the point Is a swing of the pendulum from
This situation and fact has been proven to be responsible Just the opposite of what was
? rest would be beneficial, too. also be an expensive lesson. Get set for new trends that tearful Inaction to audacious, and often indiscriminate,
for Negroes not making application for employment with these desired. Some sort of clash
of tend to be You too should be in virulence. An
Many yon more complete ,Shows signs of gather lag." overlooked lesson In this development may be
N, firms, and even the city and county, because they are reluctant high-strung thaa formerly. Thisis control of all emotional momentum alter mid-June. may be the prelude to believed the need for a "golden Bean" between the extremes.
to apply. This Is discrimination in advertising whichdiscourages ,when the danger of making reactions. .'. so easy to get Personal abilities to do likewise domestic and marital relations That this "golden mean" has Dot-been found Indicates that
theNegrotoseekJobsadvertlsedlathe white press.H .. mistakes becomes greater. into trouble, so hard to get out will keep pace with them. next month. Even the competition neither the sleepy college of yesteryear nor the righteously
the FCC Is honest and objective In its directives, the The aftermaths upsets) within of It. We often are not aware Ot course you have worked hard; may let up somewhat then. angry campus ot today is really very deslrabto.
'r communications Industry faces. broad and Active questioning tile nave certain that results fall to. And' The word status quo has an Both
family may we what Caprlcornlan,has not? campus pervert the Intellect by making it either Irre
to IU established policy o< racial discrimination in hiring and ominous sound to some people. .
i r scars that could remain for a achieve are sometnlngfor which yet, results have been meager, levant or mentally deranged.
advertising for hiring. ]lang time to cone. Utrt**! and we should thank oar stars.Thls ''with little encouragement that What, then would be a "better" college campus? B would
They are saying Ia fact, "we don't want Negroes: on our staffs, other key associations may stiU averts complications that could the situation would change for have to be a place Where both tile Intellect and tile emo ions
::'and tf CIa get around letting them know we weleosu them
1' we be feeling the strains. BIb lives'''lIlaort difficult are protest
) the better. hllpiuikwlwr and decorum! an not pitted
they wont apply and that gives us an excuse for not airing other
and where the "whole
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I Woman Judge Tells Ministers Church Must Become Moved Involved in Life ,-I

I Delta Sigma Theta Scholars Public Relations Says Many Leaders Forget ; :

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,,,,0(1' \,v Iit j Finn Opens Branch Church For Lawless lowest I

Christopher Charles Covey, Melvin Govan, 5567 Ave. B.i3 Club Sponsors$ TripThe r ; ;. :', .s .i" 'GREENSBORO,' NC.-Present day churches are to a large
1517 Perry St., 22 and Catherine and Mary Lee Tindal, 5543 : Z1:i 1m m-McClaskey-Lewls, degree responsible for the breakdown of law and order In I
Darlene Harrison, 342 W, 10th Verbena St., 21 NigbtlngaleSerlngClubii t' be lodaJ announced the openlnr society. according to District" Court Judge' Elreta Alexander. ,
St 21. sponsoring a trip to Magnolia ., 01 their Jacksonville advertising Speaking to a session of the change through lawful procedures v
Lacey Smith, Jr., 7141 Ken Lake Sunday, June 29. agency offices 1919 Beach- 17th annual Ministers Institute .'
Thomas Robert Gaskln, 5427 Knight Dr. E, 23 and Delorel Two buses will make the trip. j.1 way Road in Boulevard Center. at ALT State University last Others changes advocated by
Bunche Dr 37 and Dorothy Ann Humphries,5709 Brail Ave' The first bus schedule Is u .1 _: The agency plans to offer full Wednesday night, Judge Judge Alexander Included: "
Elizabeth Martin, 2(32 Begonia 22. follows: MoncrlefandCleveland; ,.. ..' .; / time( advertising, public relations Alexander said. 1 A more realistic view of the,
Rd.J7. Road, J.JO: Moocrlef and 45th,' ... .' and marketing services "The Christian! church Is responsible Issue of birth control.
Samuel Benjamin Forehand, 8.40; Moncrlet and 26th, 8.50: ; '_ for Florida based national and for the character of 2 The establishment of more
Jr., 233) Old Middleburg Rd Eighth and Davis, 9 a.m. : ::regional advertisers
: our present civilization becauseof programs like crisis control
R. H, Cook HonoredAt ''20 and Shirley Jean Johnson, The second bus stops follow: ;,.." I.II. ,' The LonlsvUle-based firm, a lack of Involvement In centers to help person In
2345 Old Middleburg Rd. 23 17th and Fairfax 8.30: ; Spires .,":.01. .\ RetirementAfter and Kings Road, 8.40; Kings .. .bnti. :... t.l Lexington, bring "30 years experience Judge Alexander said the 3. The Initiation of youth programs -''
Wesley Peraell Green, 1471 Road and Myrtle, 8:50; Eighth ,The three young ladles above have won scEolarihlpsTrom and some of the churches must begin providing in the art of communication. .
the'promotional Morgan St., 19 and Geraldine and Davis, 9 amConnoisseurs .Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter. country's best advertising answers to some of the basic ,
exercises for the sixth grade Reese, 1727 W. nth St 19. Renee Lilly (left) and Cleasla MaeHlckson.(right)are gradates people to the North Florida questions of life "These are the challenges tot :
students of the Richard L. Plan of Williams Raises High. Each received an award of 4200.00. 'aria," according toagency, "It Is true that Jesus healed, new heaven," she concluded.
Brown Elementary School,Mrs. Illinois Johnson, Jr.,1343 Palmetto Deborah Gaines (center), a New Stanton High School graduate, president, Henry M.McClaskey, cured, fed, calmed seas and We are propelled into the arena ..
Lucille G. Williams presented St., 22 and Breada Trip To BeachThe received an award of J300.00. The first-place winner, Paulette :Jr. performed other miracles," she of applied chrlstlanlt,.
the Principal, R.H. Coot, a Loraine Douglas, 705 Court J. Raywood (not shown), a graduate of Eugene Butler High School, McClaskey said that Florida's added, "but he also used powerto f
purse for 3400,00 u a gin 18 Connoisseurs! of Cosme- received $500.00 wean award. growth of nearly double the na- overcome economic and First Born Ushers M't 1
from the facult,. tology's unit No. 60 held the .flocal rate and the progressive physical ills! ,
Mr Cook received other Rifts; David Nathaniel ltamilton,1555 ,last meeting in the home of Primitive Churches concepts of JacksonvlUe'.'Bold Calling for re-evaluation of Lists Talent Event
from the Parent-Teachers Davis St. 19 and Hazel Janet Mrs. Green: Business of Importance Baptist New CUtf drew the agency here. the mission of the Church Judge!
Usher Board No. 2 will !
Association and die Patrol Webb, 1030 Odessa St., 20. was discussed and included "Our confidence In this area "Ifjrou lived In a Khetto. present
Mothers( \ Club. Mrs Xatrina a trip to the beach on' End Mammoth Meeting SundayJacksonville and In the abilities we shall ,sh. asked. "What is It that yon, Talents on Parade Sunday,June, 1
29 at 8 In the auditoriumof
Anderson and Mrs Lottie Samuel 1 Melvin Floyd, 965 July 13. add to it make our future in would want others to do unto p m. I'
Warthem, kindergarten aides Florida Ave. 24 and Beverly Officers to r the new year' District Primitive tare an edjcatlonal sermon by Jacksonville: bright, West the Monroe.First Born A welcome.Temple, 82J. :
Mr. Cook beautiful Ann Drammond, Fernandlna electedas Mrs will McClaskey continued. Judge Alexander said ) ;
presented a follows; Baptist Churches, holding Rev. Ellis. Visiting groups many Leonard Boone is president.%
gift Last October 1968 the Beach, Florida, 18. Thomaseola Owens, president;. their fifth Sunday Union of be present. With six employees presently 'persons forget that the church Eldor A. Hill Is pastor. j
faculty presented Mr Cook with Mrs Evelyn Martin,vice presl- Ministers, Deacons and Laymen On Sunday, June 29,the Sunday in their Jacksonvllleofflce, and salvation are (for the lawless .
.a gold wrist watch. He had Mr. And Mrs. Gilbert> dent Mrs. Elsie Pryor, recording -' will wind op Sunday, June School will open at 9$0. ZML plans to have fourteen It isthemissiosaryagency I'
served U principal at R.L. secretarJKn.Sa1ome 29, at Mt. Sinai Primitive Rev Haywood Robinson will ;people u their office by the to put people In right attitudes PHONE FOR FREE:
Brown School for twelve Summers financial Church Re, the service. end of the Stressing the for living
: years. secretary; Baptist .lasac Ellis '< speak In t morning year.
He will terminate Us 33 year Visit; t Relatives Here Mrs. Corlne Jones, treasurer Is pastor. ,.,I Other participants will be Mrs of service in the Duval County Mr. and Mrs Frederick Mrs Thomasenla Darrell, The meetings begs on June L.B. Solomon, Rev I.... Dixon, not be Just a "service by churches In civic REX SMITH
School System, June 30, 1969. Gilbert former lassos .:' corresponding secretary; Mrs. 23 The theme Is "Our God 11 '1'the Friendship choir, Rev E. i office", McClaskey said "a' matter "We must nave people rt rtSOB
of Washington, resldants Pecola Hopkins, business one God of wisdom, love and Rollins 'creative staff, Including a TV to understand the power of the
Mrs. Lola B. Webb city visiting relatives, are and 1Jfthe manager; Mrs.Green,chaplain; Justice Dinner will be served at Ip.m. 'writer-producer, has already vote she said "We must W. STATE U4.J,111.
friends. Mrs. .G. Sevenson, reporter Tonight's program will fea-. The afternoon service begins at moved to Jacksonville" teach them how to bring about ,

Mr. Gilbert Is the son of Mrs 2:30. All district ushers will ,
Aids Veteran SaUle Mae Gilbert Fables of S,. Stephen Winner I. Rev Bobby Sheffield rill
:h. Financial reports will
Units In VictoryMrs Emily 1030 Etverson Gilbert Is Street.the nelce Mrs of Open Annuql ben by Mrs Esther Meson '1
and Deacon Damon
Lola B. Webb of 13S9'Kings Mrs Elsie Sampson. They stay
Road, past president of latives Is being and made pleasant by're- Bible School next fifth Sunday Union t
Mrs. Lne'Ceorce
the Ladies d
Auxiliary 3131 Mr. Leon St. Stephen Baptist Church, lag will convene Augusto
Veterans of World World tEA, and Mrs., Robert Bradley,Mr. 4201 Almeda Street, opened Us 31 at the Mt Olive
Inc., and chairman of the YAVS, Atlantic Beach George of third annual Vacation Bible iltlve Baptist Church, Rev r i
lectured to her group and and friends and other relatives School Monday, June 23, with Dixon pastor 1\
felicitates them for their con side. a large and most enthusiastic leers are; Rev. H.
tinued cooperation Mrs. Webb planned for the student body. The two-week ison, president; Rev. E.
has been heading the group for visitors. distinguished session opens each morning ns, vlcepresidant; Deacon t
almost four years before going. at 9 am. and closes at 12 ion Anderson, secretary; yA
to Lake City. Bishops Cooper Lists noon. Singing is featured. Bible on Jose McPherson trea-
Mrs..Webb wan instrumental\ in stories, arts and crafts, and r.; Deacon William limiter,
having the group receive citations Misson ,Ho. 1 outdoor games are enjoyed. ly School: superintendent; 1
and gifts for their hours On Saturday, June 28, the j on Eugene Mathews, Bible
from the VA Hospital in Lake Apostolic Meet Sun. church sponsors a trip to I Her; Deacon F, Brooks,
City, Mrs. Webb was also Magnolia Lake. The bus will ,MRS LILLIE WRIGHT reporter.
responsible for having World The Fifth Sunday service of stop at Fourth and Davis at Officers of the
War 1 Veterans of tEA, inc the Apostolic Church will beheld 8:30: am. 26th and Moncrief District No. ( of Mt Calvary auxiliary women'a
receive citations and gifts at Mission No. 1, 1205 at 8:45: and at the Churchat Baptist Church raised the Robinson are: Mra. Mary
West 22nd Street, all day 9 a.m.MrsMiry. highest amount of money during Ester president; Mrs.
Sunday June 29. their Women's Day celebration. secretary;
Sarah ,
.McGinnis' '' Hotly, talented Mrs.. Llllie M. above Mrs., Hannah Houston, treasurer -
Sister P. 7>.u1leltf"m superintend singer, will be"presented In a ,

Mission 'SocietyAnnounces M. Simpson the\''Sible',will serve study\ 'as'OIIe'Sister Sunday recital, d June Inspiring.
of the teacw r', Minister R.. in the church building ,_ members, worked assiduously r-
Service Simpson will review the lesson:: The third annual Dual Day will to reach the goal Willie Wright
The Sarah McGinnis Missionary A thirty minute business be Sunday, July Outstanding .ls deacon Mrs. Eloulse Wrightis NEWS .DEADLINEAft
president. Rev William
session will be conducted by the guests officials Hill '
Society of New Bethel AME Is should lathe Florida
pastor.--Bob Smith Fashion news
at the lose
bishop of the Bible musicians and artists will be
Church Third Tuesday at Ip.m.TOD .
; and Tyler Studios Photo. Star Office by
study period
present .
Streets will .
conduct 'he services -
The mc.rn.ng sec vice will. begin Sunday School opens at 9:30:
Willie Sunday Mae Jones, June will 29. Mrs at 11:30: with Deacon H. with guest officers in charge lent rrrrrtr...t.I.UISill IUSuIi'
presentthe Hammond and E. Gains in Mrs. Natoml Addison "Ulserve '
gram.1969 graduates' honor pro- .charge of devotion u acting pastor for the womej. ,: :: DON'T HAVE TO CO 1O. nil TO.GET ':
message will be delivered by The men will be in charge of
Rev. Elisha Jones, pastor,will bishop If.C.H. Cooper, Dinner the morning service, the ladles

adult deliver choir the message., assisted The by young the will The be afternoon served at session 2 p m. beginsat of the evening service.Councllwoman Sallye. Mathls I LOW PRICE .;

youth choir, will serve. Mrs.Melanle 3 p.m. Devotions will be will at 1
speak p m. Programscbalrmaa STORE
Mrs Olivia Jones coifdinator. conducted by Mother L. Ivey.' are Mrs Lily D.Hair,, ; !
Harrell is president Evangelist A.... Pearson will for the women; Harold 0. Hair, .
Rev. Elliha Jones is
be In charge of the platform 'Jr for the men. Rev" B.F. U .
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hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaksoff .
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College smallest co-ed Janice Acne proved to have the "biggest" Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to i milkI"
heart on campus when she completed fifteen hand ma nd child-sized garments to be presented the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed '
to Head start Project for underprivileged children. The idea wu conc.1Yec11f1aea, softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage \ .,
Mrs Henrlne Ward Banks B-CC's Dean of Women noticed: some discarded scraps la a/j on all human hair (Including wlgsVmost) beauticians rely .) '
local fabric shop. Inquiring, she learned the material was amass scraps to be thrown In on Clalrol Hair-So-New spray-on creme rinse. For combing H, I'iiiJ' 'Ii' '
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she approached sews u a bobby The 4 foot W Inch M pound St. Augustine beauticians stock a compete family of fine Clalrol products for ,
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I St. Stephen AME Plans Awards Night And Citywide Baby Contest For June 29 I

I[ CHURCH NEWS I Ref Occupy Sams Second Will 500 Pointtif For the Army ATLANTIC i i Bo Outstanding Honored For Citizens Activities Will I

Baptist PulpitRev. AME /Beth Davis
+ St. Stephen's Chinch and ,Rev.R.V. Webster
EMANUEL BAPTIST -f' will be the Sunday June 29 of the
BEACHthe pastor scene on sight, closing
James Carl pastor
will be as usual. On teachers ,
Services Tuesday night the al tile Citywide Baby Contest and Awards programs.
meet ad. In addition, payer meeting Is held. The pastor andamcel'l of the Second MissionaryBaptist
Deserving persons TOO hivetlvea'thetr Preston Mary Francis Wilson
will be in charge On Wednesday all members are Church, returns to to Beaches Mass meeting services ,
asked to meet at the church at 7 p m On Thursday noonday pulpit Sunday morning. Rev:* will be Sunday In Roberts Mt. to rtUgtously Edward Day, Councilman
Sams returns from attendanceat church with R.H. civic ml professional Taylor.
services will be held. On Saturday the Junior choir Plsgah
prayer annual areas,will be honored. The Fashlonette Senior and
the National Congress' < in
.Walker president
rehearses at 4 p.m. On Sunday !me Sunday School meets at This
unique program will be Modeling Club and HostessClub
session held InChtcago.haddi- Sunday School begins\ at 9.30
1:30. Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith will be in
charge The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration tion to that Rev Sams served with E.S Bell as superin. directed by Mrs L.C. will serve.
of the Genwrlgbt chairman. ot toe Others participant will be
as general president tendent. The regular service :
will begin at 10.45: ate The morning worship begins
Ways and Means
at 11 a.m with the young people la charge. The district mass Progressive Baptist Stats Con begins at 11 a m. with Rev. Commlttet. Mis Ruby Johnson, Cornellous
meeting begins at 5 p m. with Deacon James Phillips in charge. ventlon and as president of the Arnold as host pastor. Visiting Many outstanding persons of Boyd Wendell Holmes, Loots
national body choirs will be from St.Andrews Jacksonville and the surround Howell, Mrs. Rovenla Hughes,
The evening worship begins\ at .30..The Junior usher board and
area will be Her. Woodrow Cam Mrs.Helen
Schoolactittl. ing present
Sunday begin AME JacksonvilleMorlah ,
Usher Bond No. 4 will serve Miss Loretta Collins and Mrs.
with the Sunday School 930.. r AME, Sunbeams and Roberts, 'HJU Herod of Station WOBS Cleveland, Her. Alvin Jones,
8.L. Badger will be la charge of music. Rev. S L. Badger .
pastor. The church is located at 2221 Forest. The pastor will review the Mt. Plsgah will serve. Willie win be speaker for the boor. Rev Isaiah Hanlback.
lesson. Consecration rites for Y B. Sanford is director. Rev. Johnny L. Shaw of the same The program will begin

COLOSSIANS BAPTIST the deacons deaconesses, Charles Robinson of St. station will emcee. The Grant promptly at 6.4S.All participants

Sunday School begins at' 9.JO with the superintendent and ushers and for the choir will Andrews will preach. Memorial Trio will sing. / and persons receiving
teachers In charge The morning worship begins at U a.m with be held at 1045. Morning """"Q. Dinner will be served at Z Members are Mrs Frankie citations are urged to be present
Deacon Robinson In charge devotional The evening worship worship begins at 11 a m FT. KENNING' GA.--Private Charles Jefferson, Sanderson, p.m. The youth will give a program Adams, Mrs LoeUen McBride and on time.

begins\ at 6 p.m. Choir No. I, Choir No. 2 and Usher Board The church and the pastor will Fla. has Joined tile select troop of basic trainees at the UJ. at S p m. Cheryl Hobman and Georgia Benjamin Other Other serves are as nsjaL!
No. 1 will serve throughout the day. Choir No. I will rehearse share In the Installation Army Training Center Infantry, who have scored toe maximum and Curtis Wilson will be In participants are Mrs. Mary Sunday School begins at 9.JO
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Prayer service will begin Tuesday at services for the newly called BOO points on the final physical combat proficiency test. A charge At 4 p.m. Rev. C.C. Mealy, Miss Irma Jean Odum. with Prof AC. Mabry, superintendent
730. Rev. R.J. Crawford Is pastor. pastor of Grace Missionary member of Company A, 9th Battalion, tad Brigade Private Simpson of Mt. Morlah AJl.E.t. A trio from Zion Rope Baptist In charge.Consecra.-,
Baptist, Rev. John A. Payne. Jefferson was awarded a plaque and a "500 Club Certificate" Sunbeam, will speak. At 6 p.m. Church will sine Others to tleo precedes the morning
FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST The BTU begins at 8.49 p.m., for his achievement. The test consists of fire individually Mrs Llllle Mae Arnold will appear are: Mrs. Ethel service. Re,. R.V. Webster'

Choir No. 1 will sponsor their annual Pretty Rat Tea Sunday the evening service at 7 p.m. scored events'--one-mile run, 40-yard low crawl rim-dodge' sponsor a King and Queen con Davenport Bannister, Mrs. pastor, will dallver the morning
Baptism will be held Tuesday Jump, man-carry and horizontal ladder. These events have I Lnclle Mote Mrs Cassis At 5.30 the minister
at the church from 4 to (p m.Choir No. I of First Corinth will test. Contestants are Mrs Paige sermon.
be the serving choir. Choir No. 2 of Mt. Ararat will be the night at 7 p m. Deacons will been carefully chosen to demonstrate the most significant Bertha Weaver Mrs. Sarah Gray Mrs. Eartha McGowan will speak. The ACE League
guest An interesting program has been arranged. Deaconess assist the pastor The pastor areas of strength and stamina necessary: to the Infantryman. Payne, Mrs. Massuria Pace, Mrs Helen Lawrence, the Mid- wl U meet also.

Board No. 1 will sponsor a trip to Magnolia Lake Saturday, will also be In charge of the Private Jefferson's eight weeks at the Training Center were Mrs. Sarah Key, Julius Howell, way Choir, Mr. Anna D. Wells, The Ways and Means
July 28. The bus will leave the church at 8 pm:: District 10 Bible period The month business spent learning the fundamental. skills of the soldier in today's Charlie Williams, Jr. president of the Bethlehem Committee meets at 'I p.m..
meeting will be held at modern, action Army-- firing live ammunition under simulated Youth choir Mrs. Classes
will sponsor a project Saturday at Acorn Community House, Theodore Martin, and Leroy Thomas Tuesday meet at 730.
beginning\ at 11 a m. 8.15. The Sunday School and combat conditions, learning protective measures, and first aid Jackson, Those reporting! toe director of the United Choirs Choir rehearsal is at 7.SO.
Teachers Council will meet for chemical, biological and raldologlcal attacks, as well as highest will be crowned king of St. Stephen's AME. Preparations are being made
TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Friday at 7 p.m The pastor being schooled In the use of modarnweapons' Private Jefferson and Queen of Mt. Roberts Mt. And: Willie Motley, Mr. and for a concert. The Bible Scho

"- Sunday Schoclbeglns at 9:30 a m Superintendent Ressle Solomonwill will conduct the Bible hour.! was graduated from Keller High School, Macclenny: In 1968. Plsgah They want to thank the Mrs, Alfred Deal,Allen Clarke, Is now In progress. Mrs. A.B.
be In charge ThelU'U"111 to reviewed by DeaconSylvester He formerly resided with Us sister Mrs Mattie Lee Given members and friends for help Mill Janice Harris Mrs Splcer Is principal.

Warthan The morning service open at 11 a.m. Rev. SpeakerREV. In Sanderson. Following completion of basic training Private ing them. Frankie Guyton, Juanlta
W.E. Jefferson was assigned to Ft. Lee, Va, for advance training. Miss Carat A.
Young, pastor, will be in charge. Baptismal rites will Washington,
to administered Photo by Cleopbes Lambert, Ft. Bennlng. of Mrs Sarah :Macedonia
after the service. The revival ends Sunday. daughter PaynesndgrandaughterofMrs Baptist Men Will

Rev. Kent ot Statesboro, Ga, Is the speaker. The youth k Jennie I
choirs rehearse Wednesday at 5:30. The teachers meeting Is New St. James MissionariesIn Bryant of Atlantic Beach is now Have Annual Service
at 8:45. Prayer meeting! Is at 730.: Educational classes are employed at the United States! Sunday

held at the church every Tuesday and Thursday night, starting Coast Guard In Miami. Miss .
at 7 p m. Mrs. Wynn and Mrs. H. Solomon are lost actors. Service Sunday Morning Washington/ Is head file clerk. Men's Day will be observedat 1t d). Wednesday night at
Rev. W.E. Young is pastor. Carat will resume her studiesat Macedonia Baptist Church 8 p.m Choir No 1 and Choir

The Senior MlsslonarySociety Dozier, first prize son of Mr. Florida Memorial Collegeas Sunday, June 29, with Deacon No.. S will rehearse On
Of Baby Contest of the New St. James AME and Mrs. Arthur Dozier a Junior in September.):) She George Goggins as chairmanand Thursday at 8 p m the monthly
Mt. Zion AME Scene e Church will observe its fifth sponsored by Mrs.Sallle Panlk is also a member of Roberts Deacon William Looney as conference Is held. On Fridayat

AqxljUarv; Board" No. I will Willie M. Pedndergrass will Sunday services Sunday morning Baby Katrina Denise Braggs, Mt. Plsgah Church. co-chairman. The theme will 8 p.m Choirs No 2 and
at the 11 o'clock hoar be "Working for the Upbuilding No, 4 rehearse. The church Is
sponsor a Baby Contest Sunday, supervise the offering. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mack
,tune 29, at 4:30 p.to. In toeBrooks Awards will be preached the according to an announcement Braggs, second prize; Baby Ordained of God's Kingdom"Services located at 33:3 Franklin. Mrs.
will with
; 'Prayer HouseU406Tyler babies by Miss Polly D. Brooks by Mrs W.E. Akery Harris (Kathy Vvette Scott, daughter of Sunday begin Bessie Merchant Is reporter.
the School at (.30 with
/ The public-Is. Invited. Taking the reports will be Mrs. president. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Newklrk, Sunday ,
Participants listed are: Mrs.. Sarah Hicks, Mrs Delia Long, The program .will Include. third. Mrs W.E.A.Harris, Jason Barr of Mt.Tabor Baptist
Jessie Feacher presiding; and Mrs lees Richie. Rev. spiritual meditations conductedby director of the entire project u guest superintendent. The CHU'RCHNOTES'
review will be
Mrs. G.M. Sinclair Invocation; Charles E. Toston pastor, win Mrs. Robbie Baker, Mrs. reports that toe programs general givenby
Julius Mack. Teachers will
Mrs CIIIII WilhlamScrtpture; make remarks, as will Mrs WATERFORD Mary Crews, Mrs Sallle Paulk presented by toe youth was be David Albert
Mrs. Helen Lang, Occasion; Janle B. Epperson, president and Mrs. Estelle Porter. The highly interesting The contest Washington,
Mrs. Callle Downing, solo. of toe auxiliary Rev 'S.C. Walerfordwlllpreach choir will sing Mrs W.E.A., was a huge success. The church Brlnkley, Jack Slngletary';
and others.
Mr. J.C. Dewing will be the Babies in toe contest are Bryan the opening sermon at the Harris will give toe call to is located at 2128 Forest Tyrone Benjamin Merchant Kennelly and Ceasar
speaker and will be Introducedby Keith, Melissa Ann Reeves,' Sunday School ACE Fellowshipand worship. Mrs. Lynette Braggs
R.B. Peppers. Katherine Scott, Shean Wilder Missionary Convention of will line toe hymn "Must Jesus Friendly Westside Jarrell secretaries.will serve as St. Matthew BaptistUsher t

Mrs. Carrie Johnson, Mrs. and Tenora Williams. the Northeast Jacksonville Dis Bear toe Cross Alone." Mrs. Consecration services will

Laura. ,Woodberryand Mrs, trict. This coo"nUm"m beheld Minnie Pratt will give the Invocation Church Union Will ,."111I .at .1045am with RevBorgess Board No. 2 of St.
at Mt. Zion AME Church, followed by the chant in charge*The devo-< Matthew Baptist, Church'will:

Hastings;'Fta:,' iron July 1 to ."Have Thine Own ,Way." Mrs For' RehearsalThe .!leRSl..rdee.'vral. ati.eotductdby sponsor 'toe annual Rose Tea
8. Rev T.E. Shehee U presiding Alice Jackson will read selections Meet Deacon Herman Goggins and Sunday June 29, from 4 to 6

elder., Bishop George N from toe Scriptures.Mrs 'Friendly) Westside Church Deacon Willie Anon of Grace p m., In toe Educational Building .

RESTYLE YOUR HOUSE Collins is pre'sldlngs blsSop Leatba Jones will read Ibe'DecI10u. Union will meet for their 4th Baptist Music will be furnished .
: The missionary rehearsal of the presentation the male A program will be given.
by chorus with Deacon
WITH THE LATEST IN ToSS 'offering will be taken by Mrs and musical extravaganza, James Bryan and Wallace Mims Deacon Robert A. Hardaway

Congress .Battle M. Perry. "Sing Choir of Choirs, Sing" REV DAVID JONES at the lastrnments.Guests lead devotions. Mrs Alice
HOUSE PAINT COLORS -.... ... '" Mrs Robbie Baker will give a Saturday evening, June 28, in soloists win be Deacon Robert Hudson will introduce the mistress

prayer for the nation. !the main unit of Mt. Sinai Pastor David M. Jones, above, Sams and W.D. Cannon. flc.remoAlu..
SHERWMWILLIAMSmPITALITYTOS r Announcements will be made Missionary Baptist Church,1551 son of Mr. and Mrs Hit and Arthur Lee will give wordsof Alberta Lawrence. Mrs. ,Janet
rI by Miss Marjorie Perry. Nenla Lee street Rev. Benjamin Queenle Jones of 892 Van Buren welcome, with Joseph Campbell will give the welcome

I Braggs will sing "How Great Jefferson Lane, pastor, with Street, became an ordained Benekln giving the response.The address. Mrs Geneva Colemanwill
\ Thou Art." Rev. Alberta Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes, Mrs.: Seventh-day Adventist minister principal speaker will be respond
I II II Zanders, assistant pastor of Mary Helen Bellamy, Mrs. in Hawthrone Fin during the Rev. M.J. Hammonds of Miss Debris Johnson
8| Paul Aid: church, will Rebecca R. Lambert, Joseph 10-day Campmeating Session ValdosU, Ga.: The offering speaker will be presented by

speak. Mrs Annie Bell Madison P. Long and Marvin B. Collins, ,, there recently. Re received his appeal will be given by J.C. Miss Sandra Chester. Yrs.S.D.
will lift toe education at the Ephesns Junior Davis will Mrs
k public ott.rlDc,11ooI directors charge. Mrs RubyB. Butler, Madison Peters. sing Emma.
Smtf with Mrs. Manila Academy of Jackson/llle at the Wyatt will make .
I Campbell Stewart, choirs union president Hamilton Bess, James Boyklns. remarks. Rev.
Mrs Louretha Bryant, Mrs. Pine Forge Institute In Pennsylvania Johnnie Knot and Chris George Price, pastor, will also
I Mary Dean and Mrs Mary The Friendly Westside Choirs Oakwood College appreciation, chairmanThe Kargro make remarks. .

Williams. Presentation of Union will render a Saturday Huntsville, Ala.,and at Andrews BYPU hour begins at 5:30 Tie Lilac Ladles and the

.. ..:.. : ,> visitors will be made by Mrs night revival Jubilee Servicein University in Berrien Springs, with Tyrone Merchant In, Golden Dream Social clubs will
Amtor Reynolds,observationsby Songs,at Mt.Caramel Baptist Mich from 1958 to 1985 minister serve as host and hostesses'for

WILLIE H. MATTHEWS, JR Mrs. W.E.O. Harris and .Church FoOston, Ga. Saturday Jones has served as Literature cube' evening worship begins at the occasion. Mrs E.M.

The newest development In fashion house paint Willie Hampton .:Matthews Jr., remarks by Rev, AJ. Harris' evening, July 12, at 8.30 p.m. Evangelist and Pastor Teacher 6.30,with Rev. Wilbur Burgess Wyatt Is president.
Drulng his
pastor. ministry more than
colors. Delicate pautefi l to deep rich tones help above was one among the Sacksoovllle Rev. Henry L. Baker, pastor speaking Reports will be'
500 souls
you The A.D. have
Junior choir and the Motorcade will leave Philadelphia bee baptised. tude.. Grant
Memorial l
I harmonize your home with its natural surrounding delegates who left the W.E. A. Harris Junior ushers Baptist Church, 5571 At this time hs is the pastor AME.
to attend the national Prayer meeting is
city on
board will the of the Ocala Florida district. Tuesday Tie Sunday Church School
during at ,
School' N. Moncrlef Rd. 7.00 p.m. at 9,
o.m with
Sunday Congress in Elder G.N. Banks along Bible under direction of A.V.Rose
The morning service. Sunday School with Mrs. Ruby B. Stewart,' regional secretary toe ,
T Chicago. young man will at 930. of the with his
begins union president and Mrs. California Conference superintendent along
represent the youth choirs of Top winners in the Baby con Catherine W. Sykes In charge. preached the ordination Harmonettes staff of officers: and teachers ,
the Second
Missionary Baptist! test were Baby Alexander The Friendly Westside Union sermon. Elder F.L. Jones, will begin at 9.30 a.m
r Church, Rev. IS. Sams pastor Male Chorus will meet for a Conference Treasirer from' Daring toe 10:45 a.m worship
feature Dynamic
P. Henderson director' Mrs. Dora Swift. t Special meeting and business of the choirs. Willie .
son I dates tor ordination. Elder Reddick will explore toe theme
HERWli wll1IAMsu conference in toe lower unit of
of Mrs. Mildred C. Matthews,: Will Be HonoredAn Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist D. Henry former missionary to Song Review ."The Blast heard around the
1235 West Sixth He
5HP J is a New Church, 1551 Lee Street South Africa, gave the ordination World" and at 6.45 he will

HOUSE PAINT Stanton High student member appreciation program will Saturday evening, June 28th at, prayer. Elder E.L. Bland, Dorothy Love Coates and the' preach from the theme "No
d' the chorus and serves atone be given for Mrs Dora BY1fton '7:00 p.m. Rev B/ Lane,. vice president of the General original Harmonettes Uncertain: S and.'

\ of the pianos of SecondB4ptist's July: 2 at toe Holy Church of pastor, Mrs Catherine. W. Conference of Adventists, gave will be featured in a dynamic Choir No. 2 and Usher board
Sunday School.He also the Living God, Fourteenth and Sykes in charge. the ordination charge Elder W. gospel review Sunday, June 29. No. 2 will serve throughout theday.
I plays for the youth choir of Mt. Gruntbal. S. Benfleld, president of the On Sunday at I P... toe ..
Sinai Baptist\ Church,Rev Lane Bishop M. Baker Is pastor. Union Community South Atlantic .Conference,welcomed Harnoaettes win appear at Steward Board No. 1 of which

A100'LATEX SWPf pastor. Mrs. Amanda Collins will serve the candidates Into the Bethel AME Church Callahan Vamp Dawson Sr., is chairman '

;r. as mistress of ceremonies. On Holds Regular MeetThe Joys and sorrows of the At 8 p.... the singers will beat will present Ray and his
OIL-BASE IN MEMORIAM toe program will be Choir No.. ministry.. Elder Jones Is Edward Waters College. sister. Miss Bobby KantwelLma \

"" L Gospel Chorus, Choir No. 2, Missionary Society married to the former Gertrude Princess Naomi and toe Bead l recital at 7:45 P.M'
toe Traveling Stars and the Union Community AXE,Beaver D. Monroe of Pittsburg They of Troth Temple bc.andMrs.
HOUSE PAINT HOUSE PAINT Excelsior Gospel Singers. and Eaverson, will bold toe regular have two daughters Demise Louise Baker Nelson, as well Mt. Sinai

Mrs., L.W. Eskridga will to Fifth Sunday Service: on Reaeea; 9. Mi Darlene as the Twelfth Hoar Payer The Male Chorus of Mt. Sinai
the speaker. Mrs. M.L. Wrellt June 29 at I p... Antlooeete. I. Band No. S are sponsors. Missionary BaptlstChurch,15Sl

.$6"tie. .... $174 Is sponsor. Mrs. Ethel DavenportBannister Appearing will to Mrs Mary Lee Street Rev. Benjamin
member of 8L Nealy V.rde11/ab1
$ a and Rev. Jefferson Lane, pastor will
? $
? Paul Udwill i have charge of Charles Kemp and the Charles present Wilbur Bellamy, Sr.
1'R dairiHAIR Y the service:. Singers are asked 'SweetfieldWMen's Kemp Singers of Mt Bethel Baptist! Church

.y MESHERWIN.WILUAMSCO.JlSfjrtJtrot ._ to participate. Greetings from, 'and.. Thomas Dow la a Music
churches and other organlsattoos Recital eatltled, "0 Sing
are expected. Mrs. A.B. Diy Anderson Brothers Slag," Snaday
IclllllYlIIt Mlil hdiitftlltiioitt2iIMiitlcllvd. tits CIty Houston U president; Rev. N. evening, Jons 29, at 6.00 p.m.
4201.MriMitTMt COLO1IN6Hldes McCory is pastor. Celebrates in me main wilt of the church.
33-'713 391-4900 712-0401 War Stccess Sunday The artists will be featured

'FRANK ITTLBi. Miceo Temple Evangelist Amanda 'V-;.; with toe Heraldlers with Mrs.
Anderson AME1' Catherine W. Sykes and Mrs.
That BRAY of Mt. Zion
' IJCI1IIt irbwtee! 'm loving of Quo dear Women's
bcllOllilll SprsItId Uwt* memory Day at Sweetfleld Chorea Sonihslde Mary Helen Frost and
Tbs Rev. J.C.,
711ll1V11llty 1117 MItISI. UwOHflKi husband and Mr. Frank Lasting Way ,
father Plans MeetingAt Boptlst Church was a success.m Ban Special guest Mr.
721-0112 I.Luf t..lriN rmaa pastor will observe musician
+ 314.1171 362-3071 Styles, who departed this life awC t7. a. .. (She Sunday School Mrs..Elizabeth bet fifteenth anniversary as an Marvin B. Collins at toe con'
a four years ago June 29, 1963. d.II, tad.d lair b. Best was in charge sole. Aa invitation
soma ,uuneer loohin5 evangelist on Jane It.ber1DDIDrat is extended .
Ii, ;! IdlGOYiIc Gds lilt ladlGlVlIc ettteay yidtat I He bid no one a last farewell; d..k .nd I..troa.dTaAiD ndi.ntwith Dival Center m the morning service Mrs. I p.m. A program !has been to an.
IJttlMtIM 5514 Him*M 31/Sl.ldetiveiee Nor even said Goodbye Be hhii1hu.., Leoaa Daniel represented '
11.1 C& ar woo't n.b offer No. planned. All are welcome
771-1373" 71-1740 321-1410 was cone before we knew It, w..6 oat. S./e h n.u..at. Pride of Maceo Temple Fountain AME Church Assembly of Train
and only God knows why. I .,t.w Tr,sTntAN A 186 DJPOE of W will meet July Mrs ,II at J, Slater of Mt ,
aft always think of yew when things ONLY 98fCOMrKETE I at 712 West Dnval at 8 p... Caaaaa .... Mrs. Mattto The UDi1eU..sibioiTrd,.
i+duvMNseMef" l lllWiIIIl.d Mupttl BO wronf. There Is something Daughter Ruler Battle L James) Blunt of West Baptist was CORRECTION 1771 Spires, announces toe be- '

mUn.,11Yt 1231 luck IMLie4111 tlinudiStrnt la your memory that keep me EL8 E TONWf asks all to be present sad on guest soloist Officers were. Under timing\ of a Sunday devotional
: a picture
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and take your rest; For we STRAND HAIR COLORING luggage. buses B.'Williams, chairman; Mrs. Move Williams, Sneeds bond have topic for the day is-Technklues
carry, the, implctc line of loved you bat God loved you, Choice M llKk-aiKlt-ef I ititunl shades arm* reporter. Mrs. Battle L James,' assistant chairman and Mrs. McCaflfcter. Deacon read lid Mrs.are Mrs.. of Love." little

SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS best. A Iot'lacwtr..IIr..Carrie Kidlin Stews-ujM.rwi.. daughter ruler. CIa tarry, chairman of pro., McCaflister residents Saaday School for ;
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Scholars Benefit' Chapel Hill EDUCATIONALROUNDUP
Postmaster Blouit Talks Business
Mayor Wants '
From Historic Elks Effort t
Racial CooperationSAVANNAH (
I Climaxing the school year for 1969,19 students who received Ga-Howard N. VICTORY ON TWO FRON'ISCHKAGO 4
scholarships from the Department of Education Improved, Lee,therecently-electtdNecro (NPD-.Black students won victories In their battles {
Benevolent, and Protective Order of Elks of the World, will mayor of Chapel Hill, N c., to have a Black studies course offered at two area colleges. At \
graduate from colleges and universities. told a large audience here that the George Williams college Downers Grove, classes were
Since the beginning of this at 19, the moon at 20, and the, black and white people must resumed for the first time since Kay 28, when agreement was
I project 43 years ago the Elks stars in your eyes for the exciting :- work together to build the kind reached on a Black studies program,hiring of Black InstructorsIn
, have raised more than four years ahead. of America both want. "I have all college division,Increasing scholarships to Black students,
million dollars sadhelpedmore "Co out and Join those who an abiding fiath la the ability by 75 per cent ud ralsilllthe Dumber> of books by Black authorsI
than 2,000 la college. The department 1 are fighting to make equal of all our citizens to live together I* the college library.D .
scholarship roll for opportunity available Inspiring SIR, in peace and harmony.. TESTS HITSPHILADELPHIANPILlke
1969-70 will carry<< the namesof and white so that an he said, "to work together toward New York, Washington (D.C.).
117 students,black IJId wlllte., democraiy will constitute the common goals, and to Los Angeles and St. Paul (Minn)did earlier the Quaker City II a
who have qualified as winners divine fire that will Illuminateour settle any differences within the may be forced to drop>> its intelligence quotient tests because of
of oratorical contests la which presently fearful future framework of established legal mounting pressure from parents of Black school children. The, "
1,300 young orators participateeach "Good luck and God bless procedure charge Is made that the questions are keyed to and"biased la 1
year before audiences of you." 1 Speaking for the SavannahN favor of white middle-class youngsters," and"one more trick
than This effortIs In collaboration with the Grand ACP Branch down." Even Cleveland 1
more 50,000. membership the white man !has to keep Black people .
directed bj black people Exalted Ruler Hobson E. rfr campaign, Mr Lee said that Is thinking of doing away with the D tests. t
without government funds of any Reynolds a goal of$69,000 has "had It not been for the NAACP,
kind or contributions from big been set for 1969 in order Jo we would not be seeing the MEANINGLESS PROGRAM
charitable foundations take care of the increased, progress we enjoy today.. He PALO ALTO CallKNPO-Stanford university's major course ;
George W. Lee, grand com student roll No recipient was said that Negro mayors might In Black studies Is having rough going, despite the fact thatIt
missioner of education, In his listed for Florida. not be holding offices, both Is approaching the end of its second academic quarter. The 1
final message to the 19 North andSouth had the NAACP problem is, according to Black students the course is designed 0
graduates said Black Bishop ChosenAt not prepared the way. to "tell ns that Blacks haven't gotten anywhere politically, and
"I am sure you will find expanded Expressing strong opposition we know that. What we want to know Is where can we go from
opportunity because 50 Episcopal MeetingBOSTON to segregation whether proposed -' here and how."
per cent of all Americans are j J by blacks or whites,
I working in industries that did : The Right Rev John : Mayor Lee said "No race of BLACK TRUSTEE
not exist In 1900, and there Is M. Burgess was elected the NEW YORK: Postmaster General Winton It/Blount, center meets Berkeley G.Burrell left people can exist America PRINCETON, N.J. (NPr)--Prlnceton university has Its first
always foom at the top for talent first Protestant A the history and Charles T. Williams, in New York at the recent Job Film Fair, the first internationalfilm Isolated from others without Black man on the board of trustees, and he Is also the youngest
I' and class. It Is an American of the Episcopal at workshop dealing with Jobs, Job training and the ghetto. Postmaster Mount was toastmaster furthering the friction,hostility member In the board's history Brent L. Henry was elected by
tradition that the pioneer does a special election last week at the awards banquet at which the winning films received awards honor of A. and hatred that already exist." 3,300 Juniors and fellow seniors under university rule change
not find the place, he nukes; here In the Massachusetts Philip Randolph. Mr. Williams Is a vice president of Schenley Distillers and Chairman of He took "Short-sighted eliminating the provision that trustees must have been out of
and the twentieth century alters diocese. the Board of the National Buslnesk League. Mr. Burrell Is president of the NBL. He was politician such as Wilbur' D. college for 10 years
far more frontiers than the Bishop Burgess has been honored for service to Black entrepreneurs The Fair was sponsored by the American Mills' to task for .tand.Dlln!
college graduate had in the suffragan bishop of Massachusetts Foundation of Automation and Employment, headed by Theodore W, Kheel well known labor the way of'"the peaceful baUd BLACK PdINCIPAL
nineteenth century.The rainbow since 1962. mediator. __ change of society.. In his June MIAMI BEACH-NPr-Mrs. Christina Eve.assistant principal
8th address, Mayor Lee called at Pine Villa Elementary school, will tab over duties as
for the "kind of reformationthat principal of Treasure Island Elementary school September t
I Stevie Wonder Graduates I GIVE TO THE AMERICAN tANCEft SOCIETY I II will bridge the gap between Treasure Island has a student body of 457, of which two are
r'i._,.... people faculty members.


Whenyou invest abillion dollars to help the citiesyou learn some things.

I r

I : Myth "You cant' save the cities. Like the myth that those people '
A 10t that
If backlash doesn't beat you, never do anything to help them-

Blacklash will1Myth : selves:'

: "Government can solve is said J about Like the myth that"the poor

the urban problem all alone:' are always with us!' t

Myth: Big business can solve urban Quite the contrary. We ;,

the urban problem all alone!' problems! found constructive people in "
Choose your cliche and come the cities. Our involvement A

AFFF A out swinging. So many myths have is pure myth.[ exposed us.to responsiblesprung

j up around the problems leaders. To people eager to build

;' of the cities that the myths themselves and improve.

have become part of the problem.ment.. So the life insurance In snort, we found people
companies pledged a billion dollars Not
But when actually in myths.
you get
for the effort.
"and grapple 1 ''with'the problem, the -We found reason to invest. still"_,; .
: -
tl t11C: yjpjufalj j "rJy. feetrppd t ( it' 0\\1.>>>; To keep the record),clear 1 this -, further- -:-: .V ="

star' Stevi*"Wonder, has graduated with tours from the' gratifying Was no normal, businessasusualinvestment. To second billion.businessmen '
DETROIT,- OWII recording might seem: very to pledge a ,
School for the Blind In Lansing. Stevle's graduation makes him eligible for continuance Our business knew that
Michigan universities seeking his enrollment. Recently if all they had to do was A second billion dollars with the
of his education at one of the many 1
top>> Singer Stevie expressed strong Interest in the University of Southern .California. He Is apply some corporate mind and capital for homes, businesses I and same aims as the first.

Interested in arranging. In the above picture Rep. George Edwards of the Michigan blind Motown is shown singing presenting money to make the cities bloom services in the inner cities was notreadily A second billion that will help

star for Stevie"an awe-inspiring with a Rouse life of which Representatives be has so brilliantly resolution and citing outstandingly lived each and again overnight. Or, alternatively, if available on reasonable! utilize what we learned from the

every day of his life' -Photo by IlQlOWD.I they could simply hang a "For terms, because of risk or location. first.

--- Government Only" sign on the But nonetheless the need for such To help others learn some things
I Strike Reveals
Your Charleston subject and walk away from all funds was very great. they might do, we've prepared a

Power of SCLC's Leadership responsibility. We in the life After all, our business is booklet: "The cities..your

insurance business found from intimately involved with people, challenge, too:' ,

Social Ralph CHARLESTON.S.C.j-JUv.Abernathy, head of the the Saturday buildup in tensions.many strike experience that neither response is with their health and safety. And So more people can become

Southern Christian Leadership supporters lay down In the valid. people live in the cities. You might involved.

conference, went to Jail here streets when faced by police' We found this when we got say that people are the cities. The People like you.
along with several top aides, who told them they could not
SecurityDISABILITY all of whom are aiding the march with permits.Three involved. health of one means the health of Write: Dept. P

striking Charleston hospital the other. And both together
Back mean
about 18 months lot
workers la their demands for Blacks ago, a
recognition. of life insurance companies got the health of business.; Any business. Institute of Life Insurance

INSURANCE Bonds of $50,000 were set for Elected To together to try to solve some of the The billion-dollar investment is On behalf of! the life insurance,
Rev. Abernathy, Rosea
Williams,.a top aide, and Virginia Councils inner cities' problems. We felt there now almost completely committed. companies in America 1 I

Charleston Negroes Elijah could do there, with our And in the process is debunking 277 Park Avenue
Pearson, 21, and David Bright RICHMOND, Va.0ffyear knowledge{ New York N.Y.
loo 00 en 29. They were charged with voting for officials in about 50 of investing in housing some myths. Like those we men- ,

Inciting to riot and were to cities in this state featured the and in projects that create employtinned above about government '
election of three Negro ;
In court possibly In
September.appear candidates for city councils. and business. Like the myth that

All refused to post bonds In Lexington, J. B. Lewis, a e either backlash or Blacklash is going r
It was feared, that, as a result funeral director was the firstof "
inDuval constructive
About 3800 people his race to be elected tothe' to prevent any action.
of their
being Jailed,
County now receive disability
city council. was
Increase What Is
benefits from social security. estimated that he dr.wbls winning -
i This announcement was made described as a "fringe East .
from the
by James H. Middleton, officer element" might get outofsltuatlcowas when- Precinct margin where the majority of _- -- ,'-. --J% '
I in charge of the Carver.Station and last strikers Friday night and their the city's Negro voters are ;
police _
Social. Security Office. To be clashed. registered.In iLV
eligible for these benefits a sivporters hassle South Boston, William A.
In the Friday! night
must be under a disability -
person six policemen and the firemen Kent picked up considerable J.A'gY > :Y4, ; : 4X.L.S_A.. wMy.y
%TtM A !
bun ,, y cbs y.'d>
that will >
prevent support from both white and ;: V 1F'A.;&"8> 'F bxy
from working for at least one were injured. Trouble arose his' _
voters to score
Even though benefits are again when Rev. Abernathy was Negro Rockbrldge'!
year. victory. In the
not paid during the first six before David the Prosten magistrate., organiser for County town of Glasgow MosesE. ___

should months file of liability for these, Middleton a benefits person and the AFL-CIO said that, was the la minister's the city Negro. Anthony in modern became times the to second win

as soon as possible council seat.
arrest bad a deal to do with
said this would enable the disabled -
worker to receive his first
check on time. Anyone interested :
in apply ing for disability WHEN YOU ARE ILL

benefits should contact ,.8 A f Y
either of the twoSocial Security Too Seek 'The Best Doctor
in Jacksonville, the
Offices Wen Your Doctor Prescribes j
Carver Station office is locatedat by
Experienced Pharmacists ,
get :
2188 West 13th Street. The
To Fill Prescriptions accord-
office Is located at
,downtown ing To Tour Doctor's Orders.We .
400 West Bay Street. Both "
Use The Best
Oly Quality a'
from 8:30 to
offices are open
4:30 Monday through Friday and Drugs. ,I*.' C..",f." a BUCKProprietor
from 9 00 to 12:00 on Saturday. /

31 Mldileton who have urged tied those for benefits under Yi I

and were denied S Registered Pharmacists To Serve Yon V
In the past
because they did not have the __ __
-A LINE OFCosmeticsRubber
full five years' work, to comeback COMPLETE -

that some to the of office.these people"rm sure CIA Sundries GoodI.tandfe.T.tESCRlP11ONS )If

now draw these benefits as a + > e ,a Ir .l
result of the changes/ la the
Farther Information about the DELIVERED. f

disability benefits paid under l
the _social security program .' / !
may be obtained by visitingthe Store Iof' "
Social Security Office or. Lilly's, Drug .!;
phone 791-2517. ,

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eY Hc2 CARNATION NOME SERVICE DIRECTOR Blending Peons Batter With Specialty For 'DessertRoyal Drop Doughnuts Are Rewarding Treal

Doughnut< are perennially popular for coffee breaks and
Other Ingredients Is Great j after-school snacks. A typically American treat they were
especially favored in colonial New England Early
"doughnuts" were drop doughnuts a bit larger than walnut
been throwing those and spherical in shape.
yon sway
Peanut bit ter Is rich In -
protean little bits of pastry cot Iron These tempting Apricot Doughnut Puffs retain the size and
u well as B vitamins and, the edges of your pastry shell? shape of their New England ancestors but take added flavor
spoon for spo.n, has fewer cal Sir them Roll them art interest from rolled oats, chopped apricots and lemon peel.
cries food than many other breakfast together, and eat Into squares. The oats also( contribute interesting texture to these !light

Put a dab of deviled ham in the flavorful doughnuts.
Blend half peanut butter
with 1/4 crumbled cooked center of each, fold over, teal APRICOT DOUGHNUT PUFFS
and puncture with a fork. BakeIn
Makes 3 dozenS
bacon (or 1/4 cup flavor likebacon
bits). Mixture makes a hot oven they make S cup chopped dried 4 'teaspoons baking
enough filling for four sand tasty before-dinner appetizers apricots powder

wiches. For variety, add 2 eggs Vi teaspoon salt

rrt111fl sliced tomatoes or lettuce to Fun Doughnuts H cup sugar % teaspoon nutmeg
:each sandwich before closing!
tt cup mOk a/, CUp quick or
Peanut butter can also be an t cups New BbqnlckI 2 tablespoons old fashioned oats,
frartlle active participant In an candy tablespoons auger vegetable oil uncooked ,jf i.

MEAT AND POTATO CASSEROLE making session. (Makes 6 to 8 servings) t cups sugar, 1. err purpose flour lemon peel

I... % cup chopped onion / teaspoon Worcestershire 2/3 one clp half milk of a;7 ounce :1 teaspoon vanilla 'Cover apricots with boiling water and let stand about f

2 tablespoons melted sauce jar of marshmallowc i/4 teaspoon cinnamon minutes Thoroughly drain and squeeze out excess liquid. "
butter V4 cup beef broth i earn; 14 teaspoon nutmeg Beat eggs, gradually beat in sugar Stir In milk and oil. Sift
2 tablespoon flour 4 or S medium potatoes 1 cup peanut butter (smooth or Fun Frills (right) together flour, baking powder, salt and nutmeg; stir in oats
1 teaspoon salt V4 teaspoon paprika crunchy) Heat salad oil (3 to 4 Inches) and lemon peel Add dry ingredients to egg mixture; blend.
% teaspoon pepper 1 can (12 ounces) 1 ; In heavy saucepan or deep tat well. Stir in apricots
teaspoon .
; to 373 Mix all ingredients '
1 Carnation luncheon meat fryer batter into hot fat (375F.)
% cups undiluted 1/2 cup semi sweet chocolate except Fun Frills until Drop by tablespoonfuls deep
Evaporated Milk 1 cup shredded process pieces (melted) smooth Gently smooth dough and fry until golden brown about 3 minutes Drain on
American cheese Combine sugar and milk.Bring Into a ball on lightly Bound absorbent paper. Sprinkle with confectioners sugar
board, knead 10
Saute onion In butter In saucepan until tender. Add flour, to a boll' and cook at a boil to cloth times covered. Roll '/ Inch thick Cut
/4 teaspoon salt and /. teaspoon pepper. Stir until to a boll and cook at a boll to with floured doughnut cutter. Gazpacho Features New Tomato Juicek.biiaTh
blended. Gradually stir In Carnation Evaporated Milk, soft ball stage, 234 degree ( Drop rings 3 or 4 at a time, I
Worcestershire sauce and broth.. Cook over medium heat candy thermometer); remoTe Into hot oil Fry about H minute ,
until thickened, stirring constantly. Pare potatoes. Cut in from heat Slowly stir in mars on each side or until golden with ,
I brown Lift from oil with Orange Gelatin flavors this chiffon-type pie prune
very thin crosswise slices to make 4 cup Place half of hamallow cream. peanut butter towels Southern states Chiffon
fork; drain on paper whip topping A specialty of the ,Orange
potatoes In shallow 1'r. quart buttered casserole. Sprinklewith and anllla until smooth and Vended Makes about 1 dozen. Pie with Prune Topping makes a refreshing summer dessert
paprika and remaining teaspoon salt and / teaspoon thoroughly. Spread eve-
pepper. Slice half of luncheon meat W inch thick. nly Inot a buttered eight Inch Fun Frills: Set out several
kinds of Betty Crocker Ready.
Place on potatoes Pour 1 cup sauce over meat. Top with square pan or baking dish spoon Spread Frostings and bowls Classic Cake In Party Mood
remaining potatoes Pour remaining sauce over all. Cover melted chocolate over fudge of chopped peanuts flaked coconut
and bake in moderate oven (350F.) 45 minutes. Slice re and swirl While stUlwarm,cut chocolate shot and col.
into one-Inch squares Cool until ored sugar Guests frost and
maining luncheon meat and cut into small triangles. Place
around top of potatoes. Sprinkle cheese In center. Return firm and then separate Into them.decorate doughnuts as they eat

to oven and bake uncovered 15 minutes longer or until peeces.MATTIES. w
potatoes are tender :TMESAVER Have, MULLED APRICOT NECTAR ..
1 "'." (46 ounces) apricot
I nectar

1/2 lemon, thinly sliced
I cinnamon sticks

EDGEWOODAVEB.STOUE 15 whole cloves >:,
: ( whole allspiceIn .
", "I !fiik:
JWKSONVILLFBE large saucepan combine >rt;'
\CH STORE Ingredients, heat to boiling t" #)?i,

5 stirring minutes occasionally, from Simmer heat. 1 : ; Gazpacho, the Spanish soup that needs no cooking Is
S 9 I.. TO remove t
T ( iI&1j
U E R M A R K E t.y featured here and among its nourishing vegetable ingredients is
S :1t lif the new Welch's homogenized tomato juice Homogenizedtomato
I. P... Women's Talk ';'I';. flv "i juice makes Gazpacho taste fresher, richer and thicker.
._::..r'" Homemakers will delight in serving it often. Equally enjoyableare
Creamy Rum Filling s tall glasses of the' chilled homogenized tomato juice, the
Happiness this time of the / cup sugar V/t teaspoons grated only one of its kind.

.year Is a "cook-out". when a tablespoons corn starch lemon rind Gazpacho
amlly can gathers with Barb.queribscDickenfrankfurters'. 1/2 teaspoon salt J4 cup lemon Juice '
CtJ. J/, teaspoon rum flavoring 3 cups homogenized 1/3/ cup red wine vinegar
H cup water tomato juice 1/8/ teaspoon tabasco
PORK 1 tablespoon margarine
and! hamburgers. 1 egg or 1 egg yolks 1 1 cucumber, pared sauce
Everybody love."Q",whether Vt cup heavy cream whipped 1 medium onion .1.1/2/ teaspoon salt
In the backyard or In the park. Combine sugar, corn starch and salt In double boiler top. I medium green pepper 1/4/ teaspoon pepper
Charcoal grilled flavor how Gradually rob: in water. Cook over boiling water stirring con. 1/4 cup olive oil 1 clove garlic minced
PS" 11Rr l 1IiII'ba.\' +nw+w w'sa na "; I t. ,ever," is a'mustl Charcoal stantly, until, mixture UucltAns (Cover and cook 10 minute .Combine T.tuptomato' juice cucumber;onion! and green
stirring occaaI9nally;/(Inprease time to 15 minutes If'
cooking, ,once .the basic procedures longer glass double boiler jJuseUSBeijt tIIlt kkg'YNgtiti 'arid add"a'l: "!iPPftexnifli elect\ cgder. (Cut vegetables Into;quarters before
are understood, .lias q little hot mixture to cI gg. BUt egg Into hot mixture over boiling adding to blender..)Blend at high speed for 3CT seconds:In large
few hang-ups water. Cook 2 minutes stirring constantly. Remove from boiling pitcher combine pureed vegetables remaining 2 cups of tomato
1'B Two pounds, Of charcoal water. Stir In lemon rind. Juice, rum flavoring and margarine.! juice olive oil, vinegar, tabasco, salt, pepper and garlic. Stir well
._ .: briquets ( 25-35 pieces) are Chill Fold whipped cream Into chilled filling before spreadingon and chill. Pour Into chilled soup bowls and garnish with sour
( adequate for the average "Q" cake. cream and cucumber slices Serves: 6.

f. BACON the cook-out.Simply liquid pile starter them and up,a IWIYl. I is STEAK"SUPER RIGHT"

f The briquets should be allowed' 'SupetRhL

rnejJEWEL to barn 30 to 4S minutes to SHOP $1.09SUPERRIGHT" .. .
reach the proper cooking tem 1 RccJt
perature or until they become .a.M: : ......... ........... ....... ...:.
grey and ash like inappearance.It CALIFORNIA
.59FLA some black can be seen, they : t
39 are not ready.BrlQuet.lhould. STEAK LB 89* PORK
be arranged In
the most suitable way accordingto "SUPER RIGHT" '{''

the type of grill used. CALIFORNIA.ROASTLB..
When meat Is to be grilled = .
FLA, GRADE directly over the heat, pre 'f !
cautions should be taken to
: FnEStf EGGS 0 prevent charcoalburnlng "SUPER RIGHT" SWISS ;'
The meat should be trimmed
"'"aSti, ;, STEAK "39*
ySnS .
y r. M f>VXKT .1\ of soyshould excess fat, the briquets
q "$ 'v.' ,:'t{. '. '. ,"'L. 1'\ be arranged app- RIGHT"
C : : :. .SD07.IS -I ozimately about 1/2 to 1 Inch LUPEDSTEAK
JjLMSSa CTN 69 apart. This reduces the possibility The store that
: of igniting parts of any LB sly e '

fat drippage. 4
[di[ }'i :, \ A bottle of water, kept close cares about you! QUICK FROZEN BULK : 't t'

./11.(1 ,J by for convenience to put out PERCH
..... .ft, ti
Is desired .
safety any measure., a i MM BBMMBMai Fillets LB: 33$

Also important u heat control, (LOUT) w/S or more order EZCL. CIGARETTES
"""': -- of the type of grill.
;: : 'g HOUSE
a BACON i,19i The fire's temperature can be CRISCO 24= L,3.9c
affected! by a change in the
i arrangement of the briquets;

1 COFFEE Increases or decrease in amovnt JANE PARKER: LOAF OROR ,
I VAN CAMP'S of briquets; changing distanceof
: meat to the fire; tapping the SULTANA
PORKIIEANS briquets for additional heat and : ;

I raking them out for less heat. ASST. FLAVORS AAP, HI-C, DOLE, OR DELMONIE
i' LIMIT t adjusting the damper bj
1 WITH 56.00OR
r MORE FOOD PURCHASES A cA1V3' 39" opening to increase and closing CannedDnks346.ets9Bab0
9 r2 .to decrease--and finally usingreflectors .
or windbreakers to
;' i I LB CAN || shield the fire and Intensify SACAO DREttlN6

of the heat..
Gently tap toe ashes from ; Sf .,
the briquets to test whetherthe quart :
EATWELLTUNA has maintained Its '
Ore \ '
punch and the cooking of the jar Clnsraotombo : : <
meat Is not Completed The ,
ashes serve as an Insulator to ... ,"
retain the heat inside. .. .
: Cold briquets should not be
added to live ones. This only
reduces the temperature of the
fire They can, however, be } size vine ripened
i 51oz.$1 1.00 placed on the edge of the fire

to warm op andthenbe added. I Cantaloupes6A.PEACHES
If at the end of the "Q-Uuf,
t i your fire-bed Is still active,

HQUVK. sort out the briquets with long
J \ BLEACHPUREX' LIME Oil LEMON AID tongs Immerse In water and
dry They are re-usable.
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It would like to scuttle
i I yon
.tOt/ ; ..36OZ.'CAl.3bit ,{ the traditional "Q" .mtnu.here's .
\ :
'\ ': -I 7' ,\\,4- GOLDEN RIPSBANANA > : a different ones "Lamb
\ : ; Kabobs)' (cubes of iamb mar- IF UNABLE TO OBTAIN "
: r' ". .13,101'NORTHERN ; nated In honey and soy sauce i i ANT ADVERTISED v'' :

? mixture, then treaded on ITEM PLEASE #
I. LMii1WlTit 6.00 OR. '. skewers with mushrooms and .
; '
:tl, ORDER 15'MORE 1 grilled ,to desired doneness). .raw...".w.rr4r S7s *RAll/CHECKI '
; I' r'FOOD I .TOur: IliSiEfioui: 3t With your lamb kabobs 1 you h1.IsC prices in mis ADIOFFEE
..! .} 1/2 GAL. garlic might bread try a and tossed relishes.salad:, hot, :'SSfSUS J-T: '?, good tumSATURDAY,
GOOD THRU JUNE 89' 62ade JANE 29. ,

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the Vacationer Fabulous Outfits For Summer CZ1Le ummer

sonal help, too| when you leave
your window open>'ou'11 want Just because you're goingon [
protection from sudden sum safari In deepest Africaor
mer thow... And make lure cruising the azure Caribbean Lit1X Pa / oIl ice e
your fabrics are lefieshable; doesn't mean you have to
tender little flowers that cantbe
washed or dry-cleaned haveno give up your regular akin care 'Kpldlnf their own on (be Summer Fashion scene are the trt-, .j
place In a summer plan. Not routine. dltlooal pearls, which are always fashionable and can be won ,
when you can pick from a 'bouquet Tropical heat, wind-swept :
with almost any type clothlng-elther day or evening ;
that looks good now-and
keep on good later, oceans, or hard tap water all The taste simplicity) of the 89 Spring styles *%ppro- ::;
S sea And Isn't tot what summer Is can dry, dry, dry facial skin jprlafclywlttpearls, TIle mceulniftmlnlnlty of tbeptral lull ;;.
tenllg all about) Rood living in particular. the capltlvating way u CIA accommodate toe took ot way,
Experienced travelers make makes pearl jewelry the season' foundation for originality
IVI sure they have a good supply and Individuality
of facial grooming products Y Uniform strands ot pearls hare a unique way of flattering any ;!
packed away. And they use woman. Take for example three necklaces of graduating lengths, ;!.
them faithfully, just as they 1 1T set one-and-a-half Inches apart and fathered at the shoulder
do at home.If with diamond or otter Jeweled spray pins Petite pearls,twisted
you're off to Peru or Into fascLattngnecklaceschokeraandbraceletsareenchanting.
.1 Timbuktu this summer, here'sa I Cultured pearls, In exquisite pastels, in blue, grey, rose
ly list of facial basics you'll and cream, mix and mingle to put forth their hush of color In
need. competition with the first flush of Spring In fact, beautiful
1. A facial washing cream l : 1s. + colors twinkle brightly and show oft the son lustre and. the
A blossoming bower uf wall-to-wall flower*-the pub -hoe bed. such as Happy Face, to use luminescence of the piarls they J Join In necklaces, a a!'.
room in pretty Hummer dress.Waverly mike the"Juliette" print instead of those drying sliversof ;, ., I 'it. ; .rings, pins, bracelets awl rings. ,
line the drop down at-duxk draperies with insulated Roe.Ion, to k'J' ', "
hotels .
hard soap foreign ;ijiI -, Dramatic and lovely collars, pins and bracelets in romantic 1
keep Kuromir heat on the far aide of the window.
hand out. On the left is a combination which can certainly bring praiseto shades, high style! fashioned with gold, are being shown in the I
2, A washcloth Even deluxe the young lady who wants to try it. It Is a McCall creation, Baroque pearls.lndivlduaUty .
NEW YORK (ED) Bright, spring with a caiual mating
blooming bountiful);-it's the traditional/ floral prints /and European hotels make by pattern The blouse has long,gathered-at-the-wrlst,sleeves has its expression in pearl earrings running the -.
sunny mood of aunimcr shifted your contemporaiybutfoiraalfurniture. you ask for them. and a V-neck The skirt is classic design, slightly! flared and gamut from small buttons to gold and pearl designs ambling ;
indoor to spark up every room. Just make your seasonal a. A moisturizer lotion for accented by side pockets: The outfit is for misses t to IS The over the entire ear.There .
And what could! be nicer than statement decisive! nublinking dry arms and legs-especially charming young lady on the right is sporting a pants plus outfit are numerous styles! In the 1969 pearl-rings They
shedding iiummci' winter diiRit clothes BiosHominK for- ( plan violets in this year'sgarden W all.Io-w.ll flowers turn a dining recommended for hot weather It is a design otAnnKlelnandrequlres a UcCall's pattern The range from towering peaks ot pearls to small clusters shaped
pattein sunny mo thin year' The prettiest patterning Is ell Into' a tropical |aradine.. reaortg. sash gives it that extra lift, Patterns are for sites 8 to 16. into pearl flowers .
big l lm-l>old statements that .all biff and bold-kept that way "i'olynrsia"print from a\erly I ,.
make M liiit change with only it by keeping out the real un'it collection keys the color note j
smash investment fading effects To keep airing at chair pads repeat the fabric, ; ,. .,
havoc a dining ell In vail-to- a minimum, look for Roc-Ion while wall aid lampi-kade' pick .' \
wall flowtm-or turn II plain- lined draperies; the Mgh-performance up dominant blur and urernn. 'l \ '
June bedroom Into a blossoming fabric on the window Neat trick in 'behind the armless I .J / D' l' OA
(rawer. Turn off winter' Hide will screen sun's lay and yon build in the sunny look,
sober ncutrsls' switch i OH to shelter your indoor garden wHile Hoc-Ion drapery lining j'I
now with Hcafich blues and fromultia.violet damage Rain. kit-PS the real nun from fadingthe V ,; II'' I \
Kiiin Gikbiuta tho rites of No-Stain finish is a smart sea- lI.aaon' fresh new eolora.(411' '.
Cocktail Party Features Steamed Clams And Corn S'.EEPSTAKES i2nN; CASH' ;: I

sr PARTYLINEi Moav sANaoeo .. $10 000.. b $3,ODD" ;; IRlxa ; r !

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A Drill For Thom Who Grill f Pif I"r IN CASH
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For an outdoor party that' OO IN CASH ,.. Iwo I
lure to be "ln"-and inexpen :i
live, Informal and Ingeniouhere'i QuamII'ghll, / (.........-.ricM seed All WMklRwi.Km. W"'IIN U.lilt I "..
a quick drill for pre par. .,...'v', amaze_.Nenos.Nw i t' I
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perfect barbecue grill ,a.C&Ac..... .1UtAI Nw 15Aarueee1T Nor see Mkc All .NII."A.*I CofIoo el* i / in unit in .am.mmi 71 al
!for your steak to sizzle I
-and not your handi-hiv / Wafers..3/l. Chili..4/I. ASTOR COFFEE. 49
both tonga and a long.handled .
.fork for Hipping It'* wise to ,"""< .....CM .-..,"T-1'-MTr"-Tl'tr'..1.'.......-....seas aa4.5.aleweM.g I
ue asbestos glove u well r ro 4a BreadL7..29 Sausage 5/l. .
If you 11 be cooking meat !! CO F FEE 59
that need baiting you'll alto M*Mne.Asuae IWKN IOM sew o.WHItl w .MUM THIUI . . . :
need a long.handled brush that ( ...AuUl.Wllm..c..wAftIu.'n---

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Here art the perfect wfr.ihm.nt for a summer cocktail te3MJ ....UCIIITDETERGENT : .59M < ,s
the at the beach, or If you will,even
party you give on patio or .
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In a city apartment;Bermuda and bathing wits are the dreai for easep.. .,.e... jmmu MliMAtu lia_.-Mi I the evtittai. and on hand .large finger bowls(a pool or ocean,, 1 s..h.axe auNf'mtMfMin ; ; v- *
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doe hicelyt)) Buns : FISH
:;I.::;.: Steamed clam and com make the main food attraction :..... ., -,2
you can keep next to your grill quick and easy to cook outside, or In the kitchen Both are i-nuMinnM with the alt, pepper, Al dipped In Savory Lemon Butter. Set out tiny cherry tomato, : CATSUP i
Sauce, and. other "secretseasonings" .to round out your hon d'oeuvre. ffSkxlSlSl. Briquettes..e89' TOMATO 19 t
STEAMED CLAMS Aa ow...Nacscw res.
Next make sure your grill I is Thoroughly scrub steamer clam In "'eU. allowing < per jieHir..7r.A47l.! <
clean and you have a handy Baby Food..9
supply of charcoal. Only'iteak* peraon. Place In kettle with 1 cup hot water for each 2 dozen CHEK DRINKS 5/$ 1
grilled to a T will act your clam, Cover tightly and cook over moderate heat just until A* aw.r.nAaeM6"a4MN.asow TT vaeaa'"Sawavauowwemos ...
party on fire *o for tender shells open about 6 minute. Pour clam liquor Into separate sea. wawa.
tempting T.bones, light your diah Serve clam with thl"Juice and Savory Lemon Butter for Jelly..4/$1. Cake Mix 3/89 CHEK DRINKS
charcoal at least 30 minute dipping, Have swimming pool,ocean or fingerbowla handy 1 /
before ervingj.iim, letting the a.a.ssyaalowwemwassoer.nmseoa soursawasoasr .
bed of cooking coal glow until youbeln Melt 1 pound butter with Vi cup lemon Juke, S minced garlic Tissue.... 4/l. Flour.... 5 : 39'' MMnMni.Vk "NA'"WN"a 5MEpiyMEGGS3
There must be no flame clover, 2 tablespoons chopped chives. U teaspoon oregano S .., $ lCRISCO =
whatever when the cooking teaspoons wit and Vi teaspoon blaci pepper. Set out In several
starts thought tome sparks will crocks or warming pat over a flame Use for dipping teamed .I
fly initially when the grease clam and com on the cob.Mike 2Vi cup,enough for about 20' SHORTENING
begin to drip from the meat. hungry guests to dip their steamed clam and com hors d'ouevre '


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If" ::c: : = mi PAPERS SATWAY: 1DNE 28, 1SI

I r 20,000 Prince Hall Shriners Will Invade' Baltimore For Annual ConventionWorld

News Dlg .st
Winners In A Contest Prof. Huge Organization SeeksTo

RACE DEBATE Aid In Needed Areas

LONDOfl-NPO--EHoch Powell, BrlUln'i right-wing member R y Gets $21,000Doctorate .'
of Parliament who Is always clamoring about "Send the HY BALTIMORE, Md,---Two gigantic parades, a cruise on
Africans and Asians back to their homelands" has been r historic Chesapeake Bay, t grand ball, a golf tournament,
'In Ed. an Egyptian tea and a salute to black heroes
challenged by the Anglican Bishop of Sepney to engag .b a of the past
public discussion on the Issues of race on which they have, GRAMBLING, U.NPQ--Dr are among the events scheduled In Baltimore at the August
j I Huddleston the 17-U annual convention of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order.
expressed differing opinions Bishop proposed Lamore J.
\ Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, of North! and South America and
I public debate after Powell had denied that proposed imnlgraUoo of education and psychology and Its .
plan "Is evi1." Powell had recommended that Britain administrator of research at Jurisdiction be
send "600,000 Africans and Asians back where they came Grambling college, has been awarded The fraternal and charitable Moore is illustrious potentate

from,' and that each African and Asian family be given G a post-doctoral fellowship organizations, members of of the host temple, Baltimore.
"$4,800 to quit England" rw grant In the amount of which are known as Prince Hall Prince BallShlrners hare contributed -
Freemasons, expect, to attract almost $300,000 to
$21,000 for one-year of study .
I FARM LOAN more than 20,000 persons to hospitals universities and
1' .. beginning September 1, 1969.
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast4P--) hdependent Ivory Coast has He Is one of 18 persons selected Baltimore! Including members, medical research sociatles to
received three loans totaling $17.1 million from the World U to serve as fellows in their wives In the Daughters of., combat tnbercalsls and
j Bank to assist In competing a program designed to developIts the program of education research Ills auxiliary and guests. cancer Since 1950, the organl-.
oil palm and coconut production. The loans will help to : The V. S. Office of Host to the colorful gathering nation has given $80,000 to
i support diversification, Increase agricultural output, enhance Education's Bureau of Researchand will be Jerusalem Temple No. scholarship grants to. high'
foreign exchange earning capacities, and raise standards of apanelof research scholar' 4 which has its macaue at school and college students.
I living In rural areas. and a panel 01 research scholars .JZ-'ze. McCnlloh Street, The purpose of the order,
w,. i .Baltimore Hotel will be convention Potentate
to Imperial
: r I I l selected the group form a field according
RED POWER ., of 100 after screening 283 app headquarters Hester is to "contribute: to the
OTTAWANPIIt has been "Black power" In the United licatloDS. Extensive plans have been welfare of the communities; In

States, bill In Canada, It's "Red power." Canada's Indians are His research training program made to welcome the invading which its members are located,

going on the warpath again, but as militants, demonstrators, LOS ANGELES: Pupils\ at 112th Street School pose here with the prizes won In an essay contest prescribes study at Harvard Shriners and their guests Some as well as on the national level,
: marchers, petition signers and sit-inners. They are fighting sponsored by Shlndana, Operation Bootstrap toy factory In South Central Los Angeles. The University, and Georgia Institute 3,300 houslngreservatlonshave by disbursing charity where
integration because. "it's taking away oar best people, our girls received Baby Nancy dolls, chief.item of manufacture at Shlndana. These dolls are the of Technology, as well as already been made-all within needed, by encouraging participation -
best leaders, and leaving only our misfits and rejects." In first with Black features. The boys were given African-designed Jackets. Dwane Danielsen, extensive travel as an obser- the Baltimore Beltway in civic activities and
the past four years the movement has grown so fast that left. Mrs. Shriners landing at Friendship by assisting the economic development -
principal, stands at the far left. Robert Hall, vice president, is second from the. ver-participant for the Commission -
nearly every one of the 224,000 Indians has become an Indian Vera McGruder, teacher Is on the far right. Hall holds an etching of the Shlndana p on Colleges, Southern! International Airport and at of such communitiesand
advocate railroad and has stations will
power Association of Colleges and the nation
be greeted by special
EYE '72 INDEPENDENCE YOUR Cairo Blacks Back HatredFor schools Etch research training fellow committees who will guide themto Dade School
NASSAIKNPQ--A) proposal that the Bahamas "should startto is their social destinations.
required to have
make all haste towards establishing itself as an Independent GOOD Police Chief By Fire sponsor, approved an by agencyor the Imperial potentate ofthe order
\ country by 1972"' Is !going! the legislative rounds In the Island U. S. Office of Education, Bureau .is Jota 8e1l1'18ester of Atlantic System Due
Y nation The move is designed to cut the last strings which HEALTH CAIRO, fflBlacks Irf Cairo, .< ordered a curfew. Petersenhad ofReaserch. Dr. Carter's City; Booker T. Alexander,
bind the Bahamas to England. '01., hotbed o'f segregation, barrooms closed. sponsoring agency is the South- Detroit Is imperial recorder, For CriticismsMIAMI
BYDR.O'COl.'UUKIDNEY racial prejudices! and ghetto Cairo is a city of 80,000. More era Association of Colleges and Walter flyett,,Chicago, imperial
DISEASE explosions became again, that 3,000 inhabitants are Black._ Schools, Atlanta promotion director. Rogers C. : HEW will reach out
> Doctors used to lump all typo earlier In the week, a fairly and tell the Dade County school'

t of Kidney trouble together and dangerous locale, Inasmuch. Black Businessmen system that It has reached the.
(tP 3tee call them Brlght's disease local Blacks punctuated their "do-nothing"' stage in the area

They now know that things are dislike for a new chief of police, of_integration. .__ ,
.not that simple, and that the William Peterson, when the me conclusion will t>e implemented -
same treatment Is not effectivefor former Alt on-SI.1 h.adof, in remarks of a
U.S. 1 CALLAHAN FLA. all cases police, arrived to takIIh.r his committee from the office of

Years of careful study have duties. Civil Rights The report has
All Your Heels it In Puces shown that in addition to several Peterson arrived In the,midst ,been clothed in secrecy However -
types of true nephritis OBrlebt's \', 01 a beehive of stp$ g, fires, spme information has
OPEN SUNDAYS 2 PM to.2 A'' disease thre are two and violence which, 1i Cairo, filtered to the press media
types of Kidney ailments that has made the city a pioneer In One recommendation will be
FAST DRIVE-IN SERVICEJUST are quite different These are outbursts, Its history of antagonism that most of the 39 schools must
nephrosls and nephrosclerosts. going back some two be integrated If they have more
10 MID FROM MONCRIEF U.S. 1 The term "nephrosls" Is years. than 90 percent Black student

-THIS WEEK'S SPECIALSDewar's applied to a group of diseasesIn The beleaguered policemen bodies. The same must be done
which the urine contains a not have time to unpack his with 59 white schools.A .
:. large amount of albumin, the luggage. He was forced to get .w Blackwhite ratio of
Scotch 5th 17.2* amount of albumin in the bloodIs into action immediately.A teachers must be established.The .
decreased and the tissues fire, which did a damage of optional attendance area
J. W. 'ent 100% St. 15.59 are waterlogged some $300,000) op June 17, was idea must be modified

The cause Is kidney damagedue said to have been setby The committee feels that the

Grant's Scotch Syr 5th 16.50. to allergy, poison Ivy, a arsonists. When 'lrem lL triedto ( Black school must go, being a
,severe attack of Insect stings, extinguish It they were The importance and effectiveness of the Black man Is becomingly increasingly apparent hangover from another era.
% fit. S'4.99'' Infection: lupus erythematosjs victims of sniping and had to within the realms of his business. Kentuckian John S. llar'n is, on the left, forme: Atlanta
Gin 90
Schenley or poisoning with heavy metals be at hasty retreats teacher, is now supervisor of sales promotion projects fo,: Jos Schlitz Brewing Company Solon Advises
such as mercury, gold or Petersen' 81 yeariof, age, Harris is a graduate of Kentucky State College at Frankfort, holder of a Bachelor of Arts
Wine 'lakesCatlwba r ,GI., .\11.69 bismuth Wd the fire' to- the actions. of Degree. Dave Bung, second from the left, Formerly of the Detroit Pistons, has become a

....-- ,. ...11. ." .. The first symptom Is piffl- criminals part of Dodje's dealer training program He is a native of Washington, graduate of the Spingarn '
hess' of the, fafcij' Fluid nay''! The. new chief, however, did High,School. He. entered Syracuse.{ ,.,Unlv! \rslt| on ,a.,basketball scholarship and was All- 61' To. Ignore
accumulate In the abdomen; the feel that the Wdenlor'charm American at Syracuse from 1963 to 1966,. graduation. fa 1J66 he was number draftee of the '
f fJ appetite Is poor; and there Is a of rapport between the rates PIstons. He is a member of the Varsity Club of Detroit and of the Big Brothers of America ,Army Orders
feeling of general malaise. The must be narrowed. Mr; and Mrs Blng and three children reside in Detroit. On the right is James S.Spain
BUY HOME LOW MONTHLY treatment Is directed primarily Sunday's fire broke out withina a member of the Equal EmpoymenWppurtunllyand Urban Affairs Division of Allied CbemicdCorporallon DETROIT: Congressman
a PAYMENTS! at removing the cause warehouse. The warehousewas a newly-created post. He was formerly with the Western Electlc Company and Charles C. Dlggs, Democratic,
J A high protein salt-poor diet leveled. The firing line before that was an adjudicator with the Veterans Administration of New York. He Is now Michigan, has advised a Black
MAKE THE MOVE Is necessary as long as there was too mach! for the fire ,responsible for coordinating activities throughout the company In areas of employment National Guardsmen to ignore
SOLD TO FINER LIVING is waterlogging. Drugs of the fighters. Petersen said soma opportunity, minority group relations and urban affairs He is president of the Concerned orders to report for active
cortisone groups are helpful of the bullets came from Black Executives, member of the Inter-Racial Council for Business Opportunity of New York duty until the Army answers
i ALL BRICK! Other remedies may be neede Pyramid Court, a Black houslar and a graduate of Rutgers University and of the law School of Ford'urn. preliminary findings from the

NaM AY in Individual cases. project. Mayor Lee P. Stenzer Michigan Civil Rights Commission -

l NOw L 3BEDROOM Black Company DirectorCAELTON Notional Dental Funds Give Two Scholarships- "probable"that his result being of called discrimination is a-

2441 V pt tielon 0' ... CHICAC O-NPI-The American ships are sponsored by the metropolitan area. .
vet oft SALES OFFICE I t Publishers. Fund for Dental Education Woods Charitable .Fund, Inc, Any black student beginning Rep. Diggs said he would take:
DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EX/P. 'In has announced the availability a local foundation. They will his or her senior, Junior or. the responsibility for advising!
HONE : 354- 6746 Gree.sboro. of two five-year $12,500 dental be awarded for the first time sophomore year in college this Private Samuel Johnson, 23,
I Greensboro, !(.C.-! publish R scholarships for Blak.) College this year .faJ is eligible for the scholar not to report to Fort Leonard
GRAND PARK ing house for Negro autllor.one .-- students. The 1969-70scholar- David Sloane, special projects ships. During the 1969-70 Wood, Mo., for II months of
of the few in America- coordinator bribe William school year, the recipient mart active duty. If he does., he will
has been launched Ip $400,000 Bonds Wrigley, Jr. companyand .complete the minimum number be sent to Vietnam.
Greensboro. The firm will be chairman of AFDE dental of courses required to apply The lawmaker sent two telegrams -
called Unity Press and the first scholarship awards committee, for entrance to dental school to the Army last week
book to come from the firm Are said that currently, Americanhas in the fall of 1970 \ informing them of his decision
will be titled "I've Come This SpecifiedFor 100,000 professionally employed The AFDE has 10 otue. :. e- According to the Guard,Johnson
Far," written by Rev Frank' dentists. It Is estimated ear $12,500 dental scholar had missed five training
William of Greensboro. i '. that 2,000 of these are blacks. ships for black students,Sloane sessions. If no conciliation is
Requirements for the Books to follow will all be Panthers "To provide adequate care aid Upon completion c: reached according to Dlggs,
exploration of space demand by black authors and will Include BRYANT for the growing population, hhe final year of pre-de n t t* further action will be taken.
the very best. I refuse the work of college pre- DEN/ER- to Carlton B. Bryant above well
tenors, ministers, and Negro $403,000: were set last dentists must be increased.So scholarships may apply for soldier before 1967
tocompromise..there's'never ; leaders generally.Nopublishing known in the field of recreation Week for two Black panther at this particular time,there admittance at any U. S. dental
for mediocrity. firm has previously existed In in Jacksonville, several weeks .members accused of mudar-; are unlimited opportunities in school and three Is DO pref-
Black StudentsGet
f. this part of the United States ago, at the grounds, was forced '. ing a man In New Haven, Conn. edntal practice, research and ference given to.place of residence -
( Wll/ never accept a for the sole use of Negro to subdue a local young man John Morley, assistant teaching." .
mediocre writers who have who tailed to follow the regulations agent-ln charge of the local The two Woods Fund Scholarships Students entering school
martini. I
:: to refuse Ms worthwhile and Interesting of the Department of Recreation FBI office, identified the suspects provide up to $2,500 for this fall, or already In dental Offices' In
.. compromise on quality. things to say, and who have and was creating a as Landon'Robert Williams the final year of pre-d:ntal school, are not eligible for the
,Gordon's Gin makes the martini not previously had an outlet disturbance llr. Bryant shot 25, and Rory Burnett study at any approved U. S. .woods Fund scholarships or
that meets all for the publishing! promotion in self-defense llr Bryant Is Hitbe, 18, also known as James undergraduate school and for any of the other AFDE dental Southern SchoolsBlack
requirements t v in charge of the Simon Johnson
for the osa. and marketing of these works. Green. Thetwomeawere each of the four years of ,scholarships. students
very best 99 Center. arrested after FBI rente and dental school. Under termsof Sloane said applicants need are playing: Increasingly -
Denver police flushed the pair the Woods not be "tll-A studnets He important roles in
R r. grant, t recipientmust
A MACKEY Sr I. ,, student
S.n Too I Engin.., government in southern
4 end M.nul crunnp rcnnow out of the Denver Black Panther plan toattenddentalschool rged any interested black
_+ /AOnnnsrnrw',n C.Morn.wth,. M.,.N.dnp M.ck.y u hs rppy unhson been fh.ttig;.'E Crn.:d"116 htNon Attiitiai Music Stidiits headquarters with te arps ,at Loyola university student to wins or call the schools release, according These positions to a recent'

=n.d', ;::2 B c,".Nrnd Y.tO e'.fM"b0o/+a.:,.,m' and shotguns. FBI agent and Northwestern university or the AFDE\:, 211 E. Chicago Ave, all areas of Importance and cover
A#"" v..ra- EnOlns Amtnci tnt hi world.'I received a tip that lII.two University of Illinois.. Preference -' for Information Deadline .
STUDY WITH DOCTOR IOLDEN traveling to Colorado.The application sponsibility.
i will be given to students making Many
Negroes sit on student
( 3" two were named in federal 1.
J I" living in the Chicago is July councils and are engaged In
warrants May 27
1: Dr. Bolden has returned to them of unlawful flight accusing to avoid Hack Media WOMM Present policy making In some Instances
some Blacks are the
his music studio and Is accepting prosecution, and In the murderof

........ ;'i students for the Fall term According a fellow Black to Connecticut Panther Shirley C..... With Hwwr first At Emory on particular University campuses, Atlanta) ,.,

a is
Negro president of the
: : officials the twomenare .
Mrs Chlsholm has been in She' has seized sophomore class.At the
"I Enroll ,Today wanted In Connection with the : every opportunity Florida
the news constantly since hsedecided
to break with the old State University Black students'
murder' of Alex
.Accirliii Rackley to run for Congress and that first term have been active
Plan"Yiici Tliirry 24, who was tortured and killed rule Congressmen ,for the past,
In New In all her exposure, has been should be seen and not five years.Ernest .. _
Haven In
early May.
/I :* "r.I.t.SaJl.i..Cllrli.t.. heard and has emphasized that L Hayvood, 21, Is the'
) she intends to serve the people first' Negro, In the history of
' KiitirJrMS-TrMlHi-Striiis JecksonvilleBanner of her district by speaking out the University of Texas to become .
1 CrGI .. loudly and clearly. vice president. beat
-,' Arriiffif-Vicil Cncftiif' The local media women Pre- his white opponent by about
College sented Rep Chlsholm the' 1,550 votes. There are 300
itf list Deborah Gannett Award, named Negroes In the'school's: 32,000.
; .
'Il'., in honor of an early Black student body.
who The of
\ BUSINESS ADMUflSTRATlON COURSE freedom figh'er, was so University Tennessee '
of freeI:I Student Government
S committed to the cause Association
HOSPITAL AIDS COURSE APPLICATIONS. dom. she disgnlsrd herself asa recently chose Air Forceveteran :
i ACCEPTED man and fought ,la the James Buter as its'president
TUITION HATES AS LOW AS American Revolution. She enlisted ,I Be had to beat two>>;
321.73 PER MONTH May ZO, 18'11 and served 'whites:sad. ran on a platformas

4Vr Application. Deadline Aug. .. t with distinction for IS mentis, ,I i a sMest, not as a memberof
: .. '& Eitir A'C Cirnr lithe4thllasssshniettssregt-. I i the Etock" race Be is &'
f SHIRLEY CHBHOLM men.. .11 : : 1IIatUt'Smlui i member of the Black.Libera:'
WHDEK5. COllitt OF MUSIC; MC;, courageously outspoken In her Colin is president -. I tion., ,, Iii : -?, ,

I4 .. 29th Shree( '. :''IftI" 130 AVlrBmEiTJsj:98'14' determination to do balltle with of the CblcagoehaiJter.and Both Baxter and .Haywood..
'r //ale/ ". ur.. _-GOeNS ,"'-fl.i J44-M8J ,";*? t ,. : the status quo 'and an who staff member of Negro Press. little 1 .of power.,in their offices.;'

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HUE 28. ill! STII WEIS PUE 1 I

I Grambling May Play First Football Game in Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium I

Noted Tiger Team Wins Chance


Dodge And La YMCA Launch Unique Program Because Of Top PerformancesPITTSBURGH

V PA.SPECIAL( )-.A source claiming Inside '
NOT ENOUGH information has disclosed that Grambling College of Louisiana

LOS ANGELES-SPl--Lew Alclador. the UCLA cage pest will play the first football game In the' new $32-mlllioa Three- .

discovered that u apology and offer to pay all medical expenses Rivers Stadium under construction. .

WU not enough to assuage Dennis (;ref" feelings over Gramb1ln(' opponent Is expected door sports stadium
broken Jaw Ust Week, Grer, 22-year-old center with the Los to be either Tennessee They count among its features:'
Angeles Stars, filed a $750,000 damages salt against Alclndor State Ail, Nashville or AlcornAAM The first synthetic playing
and the Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball league. Loman Miss field in an outdoor multipurpose -
who signed! the UCLA star to a reputed >U million contract. The multi-purpose sports stadium with Installation
complex scheduled for completion of Tartan Turf.
NEW CAREER y ti w ? in April 1970---Just in Best and br1cbt.stll&1ltedfll14
NEW YORK-NPl-Nearry every pugilist dreads the day when time for the major league base 'anywhere--bright enough, says
his ring career Is at an end, and shops around for something ball season opener but serious Westinghouse Electric Co., for
lucrative to replace the ble mooe,.hi ooce made. Ernie Terrell.a labor problems have croppedop color television telecasts;
one time leading contender for the world heavyweight and work Is about a month Private Club-.known as the
championship, has his new career underway At 19,be is known' tt behind schedule. Allegheny Club--to serve more
now as Terrell the singer and 1s pursuing a lively career Grambling College a predominately than 600 persons who can enjoy
before the footlights throughout the country. Joining him in the black football dining while watchlngball game;
venture are Us two brothers and a sister 1raL power, rose to prominence asa Escalators In four locations
,_" prolific producer of pro- behind first and third bases,
IN SWAPMONTREALNPIMind.changing nj 'Jessionalplayers. and in right and left field moving
Manry Wills of the Thirty-three ex- Tigers will people from the second (main)
Montreal Expos seems to have had a definite purpose in mind dot American and National entry level up to the sixth level.In .
when be recently announced' his retirement and two days I Football league rosters! this addition to Pittsburgh the
later, decided to continue his baseball career. Last week fall. Grambling football caravan Is
Willis and another Expos player were sent to the Los Angeles ?" I7rerte---' "i"j .. 'VF ....v-w Grambling is coached by Glum expected to make appearancesin
Dodgers in a deal which gave the Expos Ron Fairly and PaulPopovich. Joseph Monte left,director,counts heads wita Kenneth Morris outlying areas. 'This unique activity is the first of Its kind In Robinson, a peerless perfectionist New York City Los Angeles,
And It' teems that war what Wills had wanted all right executive director of the 28th Street branch of the YMCA America. A five-year goalfortheprojectwlll ultimately require :, who has sent over 70 Houston Chicago and Honolulu,
along-to be traded to another club. fin the promotion of a new Idea. The Youthmnbile. Tall new 25 different Dodge vans circulating the ghetto communities and players Intoplay-for-pay: ranks. Hawaii daring the 1970 season.
program will; enable youngsteis from areas outside of Los eventually providing services for some 30,000. youngsters. cb The maturation of the school:
GRID COACH Angeles to enjoy the many benefits of the YMCA programs week u a top-flight football attraction A&T Halfback
CINCINNATHNPr-Tfae;: University of Cincinnati gridiron Eight vans are used '0" the transporting of children from was the lure that enticed

s-iuad receiving first Black coach when Rod Paige, head foot Checking Important Matters 227.515 tans towatch the Tigers And Tackle Are
ball coach of Mississippi State college was named assistant In u games last season, including -

coach of the Bearcats Paige, at 34,was chief gridiron mentor a sell-ou' crowd of M-, Chosen Co* Captains
Mississippi, State between 1964-68. Dodge YouthmobileTo 204 for a game with Morgan
State In Now York's Yank a GREENSBORO. NC.-Merl
POTENTIAL CAGE GREAT Stadium Cod>, who made a successful
LOUISVILLE KJ,-NPI-.'lbe University of Kentucky has Three Rivers Stadium will switch from quarterback to defensive -
given a Iranl-in-ald to a potential professional basketball house nearly 33,000 to: foot halfback, and Kelvin
peat Thomas Payne 7-foot-l cage standout from Louisville Help 30,000 ball. Holmog, a 250-pound tackle
Shawnee High school, became the first Black player in Wildcat Officials for the facility believe have been named cocaptainsof
history During his senior year la high school he averaged. it will be nation's most the 1S39 North Carolina JU1
23 points and 29 rebounds per game. beautiful best functioning out- football team.SEAFOOD .

YMCA Youngsters '


LOS! AUCiE(LES--Th06ands of inner-city youngsters are aboutto !J
discover a new kind of YMCA serving them In the months!

ahead- and that new kind of YMCA will roll right up to their Seafood Center-Triple' Crown
By DICK WOLFF street-corner lane-outs.
Gen. Boat Whiting
TRIUMPH OVER TROUT Through[ a major contributionof noon when achoo ends. The vans .' .
Drum ((. ,. .I.Ki:

There I was on the banks of Esopus Creek for the trout sea the and Kenneth a number Harris of other Foundation gifts will the bring kids a "portable from S YMCA"to to S:30 Sheep Nose ..................................IB. '

son's traditional opener shivering the feeble rays of an early 20 the YMCA of Metropolitan Los pm dally The leadership HELP FROM THE: BOSS-Lee Fsyson, Jr. (right), a product '
morning sun and a blustering wind. The temperature was Salt Water Brim Ib.t89'J
degrees tops the water was swift and rolled muddy from the Angeles has purchased a fleet teams will all be 21 years of Division merchandiser in with Ford Motor N.J. 'sAutollte-Ford Parts Large Mullet............................,... LB
spring runoff and patches of snow could be seen everywhereA of eight Dodge: A lOS vans to age or older and all leaders Teterboro goes over some papers with

typical opener I thought more like a crucible which trout literally put the Y on wheels attend local colleges and uni Frank D'Angelo assistant district sales manager Mr. Fayson RED BASS ,................:.............................
fishermen must endure before they're permitted good weather The project comes as a result versities.In who has been in training six months, spends part of his time in CAT FISH..............................................
The hour and a half drive from home that morning told me. of a study by the Tt Urban the Southern portions of the the office, part inn the field and the rest In the classroom.
I wasn't alone. It seemed every car on the road had rods strapped Action Cummlttea and is the city ud thins Down town Sector. FRESH FLOUNDER .................................
to roofs lengthwise across seat backs Despitethe
elements or at Esopus perched, the air was congenial at road side u first t nujor step In a new the vans will operate almost Former Oklahoma Teacher Now RED SNAPPER .......................................
cars parked and devotees wriggled into waders, wrestled with' approach to meeting the needs entirely in the streets Club GEN. BLACK SEA BASS .........................
their tackle and ribbed one another But no bragging open. ,of thousands of children Inthe groups will be formod wherever Manager For I KING FISH STEAKS ......-. .**........."...** t ,
'r Major Business' ,
of fishermen. sending'"them'
Ing day often huiftbles the best ; .core city areas where It is youngsters are found playing
homecussing: with empty creels "\ir.h.IT" 11" mi. il expact't'* will ttinhom 'TVLSA: Okht.-..+ ta the"not-too' distant'past the t
1 chose my spot on the creek and with' Bdrnlxd liands.began. &W/fOy/ lmppsrlble3tq The groups m btock'tolleze
,casting up stream .hh a yotuiBBters to' tbtnt'lo. ) YMSfbuildings. 'garages, lots and in the vans male 'had tone 'W four path opened to him if be was to compete

Mitchell: 300C spinning reel r themselves. The program will successfully In the outside world. He ,chose either medicine,. I .
balanced on a Conohm Brown The initial project Is underway also, com:>7Im l1t the present law, the ministry or education!
2508 light action. fast taper now under the direction of 28th Street Branch's existing These alternatives to .

muddy elI-foot water rod.you've la the got cold to put Joseph Montez, Jr, of the Y's efforts In schools and parksIn broaden to- include file were social Watch Gin Tonic?

a lure down there brightly Urban Action Division staff. East Los Angeles' largeMeilcanAmerlcan services engineering and
under a trout's np". I was Monies said each of the vans Community architecture but even to this This Clown
using a deep running quarter' is equipped ith two fully trained
the units will move day the classic four remain the
and oufice not spoon hurrying on pound the mono retrieve college age leaders and drivers into each of four parks In the most popular A steady, 32-22 51

because in this waterems, = (members minority group area during the same time attra:t1ve Income together with
the trout's a sluggish swimmer f Y ) Plenty of sports ported. AU parks are In con- social advantages and prestige 12 11 43
and doesn't fire out for i, camping and recreational centrated population centers In the comm ally have had a lot -
his food. ,I equipment is also provided so Plans
for summer call for to do with the continuingattrastires -
The strike came on the sts.bcast that each of the Dodge vans- the vans to also be utilized of these four M
just as the lure was swept down In the current abreastof professions. J .7
me on the bank. First of the season and with the sight and called "YMCA Touthmoblles"will every weekend as leaders take There's a young black man
sound of line running out and a tugging In my clenched hands be able to serve approxi- groups: of 12 different boys in here, however, who's doing all a .
the exhlllrstlon of renewing battle with musculir hard'swimming mately 1200 youngsters each each van on over-n'ght! camp. I .,
trout swept over me like a warming breeze. Tile apprehension week by using the self-con ou's CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 .
of coming away empty this day was gone and I fat tained units. ...
tened my attention on the opaque water where the line was :a 1
Three of the are assigned
'disappearing Short, strong darting runs then s leap-revealing DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo
Street r
to the 28tb
the spotted bluish body of s IS-inch rainbow. Beautiful. In'
minutes I was lifting his dripping body from the water and service area; three more will Waltlni-Credlt Approved on Spot J 71 15 XI .1
lowering him Into the creel. serve the South Central portionof
I went back to work with the spoon but after s dozen casts the city in Watts, Willow- 6s CADILLAC' SEDAN DIVILIE ........... -'
and no strikes the thrill of the first rainbow receded and I brook acid Florence one will"roll" COM'C CONTHOl All CONDITION!!). ('Vi', ;;,..ol.5t 88 20. 11
switched to a night crawler with split shot attached to the seal III".W""OO"'I,1I1Nn.OOJ" actoev**M NIY
leader to play the bottom for the hideouts In the next hour I in the East Angelescoranuiity CADILLAC SEDAN DeVHU ........ ..;........... SJ59SVINVI Sometimes He's up Sometime
rewarded with two stubborn sulkers IS,and It Inch and another will He's
was tOOl, COv'MT CONTtOl Alt CONDITION t war SCiTS. dow/i. He AddsSubstracts
browns f- who ran and fought until they were netted. serve the housing project viol ITtMINIj"' "lIIllle.WINDOWS O'+\ Ji.000 WIIIS.' He works It aU around.
While you played a fish you forgot the cold, but In between distl!' lots. 64 CADILLAC SEDAN D.VILlI ....................... S1J9SCOMfOUT
fish the warmth drained from your body in no time. I retreated The' Norris Foundation girt CONTeoI SIC CONOITIONIO' UK. WINDOWS, AWAY 14 SS 188Comhg
to the top of the bank for the thermos 0f warm coffee. The slATs NlWirATTNISniCI62CADIUCCPE.DEVIllf. -
tht initial capital
warmth through the cup brought life back into my clutching provided both ................. ........... SItS -
hands and the coffee worked its own warming magic from outlay to purchase the Dodge UN,A.T.AM CONDI1IOH lOOKS IRs, A NIW ON|: Attraction131

within. vans plus the funds necessary eg CHIVY II NOVA ........................,............ >I$9} 88-IS I
Thus warmed and fortified I scampered back down the bankto to employ train and direct a HIM.AUTOMATIC rowti STUII r.fACTOir W" .IUNTY. -
the muddy Esopus with renewed hope and a deadly Abu competent staff to work in the 61 CHEVROLET IMPALA/ S" COuPg .:......,.... 12395VI '
Reflex lure It was a good choice. I made three or four long ::
with the new concept. llMAUTOMATICPOMHSTflllNG.I r
casts got a bumping on the last one and came right back. The ghettos Present plans for Immndlateuse CAMARO ....................................-......... $J29SVI.SUCKITSH'SAUTOMATIC.rOIJ'f MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED
rod tip bowed and I began lifting and cranking a very, good ( .INO,UN61BONNEVILII '

hit I thought. But wait he was leaping released. I him.tough' In little the eight-next, call for the units to "roll". ........................................... S119Ii
Inch rainbow. I reeled him In and to a dlfferen area each afte, ,
.."'10'.visyl tooP.All CONDITION' flfCT Yo."ro" awITSCACTOeYWABANTY.AIMOIt140
hour the day got bleaker and the Xsopus muddler and more .

reluctant than ever to give up its fish not another nibble 7 WRO OAIAXII500 .......... .. ........... ..... t99S "Mans Days are Numberedeiecceo..vtsioeCPI..AUTOMATKWwt'Stsip'NOees'
for me. 1et:4 OoFukr : : : ;' HeIlthandFortune can be Youri
It time and I wasnt disappointed. A rainbow
to leave Make
and two was browns on opening day now If I could Just keep. 61 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, .....:.........................S3195Al when'you know your Lvrky Days perfect.
from bragging to those fellows putting up tackle. ACTOtVWAIWANTVel Lucky Colors, Set.

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EASY WAY FOR BAIT Take Deals Where Others Refuse
EDITOR'S NOTE: Below are lion representative will visit i
Flint a tree If you're looking Credit Approved on Spot
Fill In the lurk. below and
authoritative answers by the you at the hospital to advise of fishing
foe food supply
Veterans Administration to you of''your veteran benefits bait. Or. you might consider R S. EVANS mail to ZODIAC Post Office
some of the many rr.questions Further he will help you Ue loin hunting with a tin can Box! 117. 1,11 Jacksonville Fla.
from former servicemenand for these benefits. After separation and flashlight the next time a .
their families. Farther information your records will be thunderstorm comes along 3rd & MAIN NAME t j jJ

on veterans benefits forwarded to the VA regional Although these may, not fl 4 1311 OPEN 'TIL 9.30PM. El 4-8317 STREET ;
sound like ways to g t bait DATE OF BIRTH
may be obtained at toy VA' office having control over your they are helpful In assuring a
office; records. That office will follow supply of worms for summer
Q'I pay premiums on my C. up to insure any applications sngllng.FUhermen.
I. Insurance quarterly and am you filed at the military hospital who plant trees Thp BU.U.I1L1I1TtJJlSflYlIflTiTIV11 nm rifleTONITE c r 1
concerned because I have not are processed in a timely will nuke sure they Jure atreal !
received my premium ,doe nanner. one catalpa tree In the y
notice Should I watt until I Q: grandfather served in yard,say the asking luttiorHles ? h s.1Extra .

receive: this notice before pay, the Confederate)army.His graveis at Is the Mercury source outboirdi.of the long For, green this
log I unmarked.: Will the
my premium certainly government ciUlp worm considered s
dont want to tab a chance on ftarDIIb'a marker for his delectable dish hj many ffte
my policy: lapsing grave? irs of fresh wster Bin.

A: By all means pay your premium A Tes. The Department of theArmy Catalpa worms are the' larval .' !
when U' becomes due, wlU furnish at no cost stage of s P billa moths.' ,

even though yon mar not have a headstone or marker to be They long often and grow are to found three onlyon Inches ( MATINEE 1st Race 8:15 P.M. Sea rains j'

.received a premium due notice.Be placed at the unmarked, I1'IIYe'or catalpa trees their sole WED SAT. 2 p.m.. 'Paw on CUM '
certain to tncl1ld.rovpolk a ember of the armed .
source of food. They are bar.
umber with your payment forces of tie W.: or of the vested by shaking the tree and Extra Prj
Q: I was wounded in Vlet-Ham Confederate States of America, picking up worms that fall to DIRECT TO TRACK IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTI ,,
aid evacuated to a military' who died la service or whosi the ground.', .....
hospital In the United States.I test discharge was ,6aterDle/ Keeping them'is easy. A box ,
with catalpa leaves In the bottom et, QUINIEMS IV1HT MCI
service Bust
: will be separated from The applicant arrange for PLAY THORIGINAL
at this Ilc pltaJ. :Will I receive placement tt the marker Tow works fine To save them B I s I I :. IK PiTINt PMFICTU_ '
Administra.tins for later use. put them In a, V DaIlY OOU1lE LAST 2 lACES Extra perfect martini gfe
any.ropmeeung. or information Dearest Veterans can .with some cornmeal and ieagnn's Dry/the |
toot veteran benefits before office, wUI assist you aapplying. keep the can refrigerated They ....ONTHtlstlkiCaWNT I. OMISSION ONLY 50. "
separation 4. can be strung on the hook like MTOfFI OVER WJOI 1REEAAKINa iUIIU Illtlulll CMMIT. aot.10(I'or.IIITllUI lit in HON IVII'CM 51111.k .
,At Tec.. A Veterans. AdmlnWra- fa.ordinary flshlnf worm.

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Civil Roundup Ctam lirenAaMMces Chicago's A Peoples' Thing Sees Precedent

Rights _. .. ... -- .. World
City Of Books

REOPEN' SWIM POOL (lI1n..r Chick
NEW ORLEANS-NPl--Iiitegratlo( ) was the theme when the
swimming pool reopened after being closed for NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Aodnbon Part Households la this area Till
seven years In u effort to prevent Its OM by Negroes. The be Included .la a nationwide Ppr ,, J" ; For 'a comprehensive meat
pool U the V&, which bandies 1,154 paylag of sad cookery "know bow,"try"Meat
second largest survey eocoaater btylag Y
deputae., And CampbeU.1111ustratelbowto
customer, and Is operated by toe city's recreation hosM iaurowaeat e ectatloodirlsg
had many Metro bands and swimmers onhaadfor UM reopening July, Director TkomV I detailed shop for Information cuts of meat, gives

ceremonies u W. WcWalrter of the Ceases on cooking
j d time and the right and wrong
..... regloatl efflce la Atlanta -
to meat
ways carve
DENTAL BIASSKESTON aaaouaced today.HovMboIders r', ._
,Mo.-NPQ--A hearlnc scheduled by D.MiuooIr& will he asked There are numerous recipes

Commission on Human rl&htllDto a complaint! by two Black whether they expect to buy a .. for the successful disguising of
residents that a white dentist, Dr. Dewey Urban, refused to house, car er major appliances hII "left overs..lDto tasty,appetla-
." The plaintiffs are Miss III log and palatable meals.
{ treat them because of their .rac. daring the next year and whet
ii Itlss Mildred Butter, and Willis Dixon,local protessloml her they have. made recent par- Weight watchers will like:
Marvin Small's
"Reduce with
Dr. Urban 1s claiming that .
la his defense chases of these Items. Homeowners '
people, such u dentists are not covered by the state's public wUlbeaskedalioutbometaprovemeat P : i IIIIi The Low Calorie Diet/ which
contains over 500 calorie-cal
accomodatlons act" aad repairs
during the last three months aad
BAD JUDGEMENT EXCUSE any planned for the future. The diet-conscious usually
that"bad Judgement* flee at the mere mention of
N.C. (NPl--An admission a
SMITHFIELD The survey Is l taken candy
j was used In the sentencing of five Black youths to 12 years IB agencies sad other groups with 1l a' It "potato" In any form, but this
KKK headquarters was made recently t tome has a non-fattening potato
fire to a l
'h prison for setting programs based on consumer N'9
by superior court Jurist Judge William Y. Blckett spending patterns .peel recipe which should stop
the racialI1tuaUat them In their tracks
sentence was banded down a Urns when
said the
vas tense and "..bat I didat was a deterrent to the Y the most recent survey of B suggests peeling one large
rather than punlshmentfor the Individual defendants." the series, taken IB April, U J.families baked potato which has been well
r Indicate that their scrubbed before baking Add one
BONORED plans for buylsghouses and cars teaspoon butter and salt to taste.
CHICAGO-(NPD--The nation's Black astronaut has been were at about the same levelas Cut potato peel Into 1/2 !Inch
honored by a street named after him Major Robert Hea/y a year earlier bat on the strips butter and salt both
Lawrence Jr., lane has been dedicated In memory of the Black average they expect to bin more, sides of strips. Place cookie

killed In a plane c the neargoethcae street Lawrenceonce household appliances and furnishings -' sheet in piping hot oven ((450
wed In the 'vicinity of named la degrees) until strips are evenly.
his honor. Households Included in the July browned. Will serve two, only

AN' ANSWER survey will not be Identified "A PEOPLES THING"-Member of the Kenwood 25 calories each
CHICAGCHNPO-Should there be white policemen la Black All answers. are kept confidential One can get and stay "thin1 on
f ,areas.? For that matter, should there tie Black policeman by the Census Bureau, and Oakland Community Organization (KOCO) in South an 115 calorie "must" salad

'white areas? Two local leaders have an answer to the first information obtalaedthe side Chicago! participate-in NBC-TV filming of self Simply dissolve one envelope
State Senator Charles Chew has demanded survey will be used only for unsweetened gelatin In 1/2
question, anyway.
which is'improving their
project neigh.
the removal of white policemen from Black areas statistical purpose. cup boiling water and add one
The Census Bureau Representative borhood. The Rev. Curtis E. Burrell Jr. KOCO chairman tablespoon lemon juice,one tea
I II who win visit households -, e spoon grated onion and 1/4 tea
stands in front of 47th Street office with motto '
I la this area Is Mrs Anita I J\, spoon celery salt. Chill until
T. Gelst, 6105 San Sebastian "Black People Serious About One Another." Rev. mixture begins to be sirupy;

WW DISCOUNT I .__Ave. Jacksonville Burrell demonstrates residents new attitude of "I Am t then fold In 1/4 cup finely
PRICESUSE diced lean meat (CIA be left
:'ft! KENT Sorrebody": Leonard B. Bengali KOCO executive FILMING TOWARD RESPONSIBLE FREEDOM- over lamb, beef, chicken etc.)

I Dr.. Kite. Equlpped-3309 organizer (bottom) leaves newly decorated office with Members of Chicago's WMAQ-NBC-TV camera crew and 1/2 teaspoon chopped green
Boulevard $69 Mo. Apply at, film scenes for half-hour documentary show "A pepper. Pour into mold, chill
435 West 33rd.PISILEMS .. staff' members providing services in housing improvement Peoples Thing" in office of Community Renewal Society until firm, unmold on lettuce

r YOUR business'development, education and training Public Relations Director Larry Still as secretary leaf and top with mayonnaise

III SLIT health and welfare services and legal advice. KOCO Vennonla Bailey enters. Documentary which substitute
was acclaimed by critics tells story of KOCO organization "The Art of Fine Baking,"
MARTIAL PELATIOie! program is part of Toward Responsible Freedom among youth residents and community by Paula Beck Is, of course,

//J \ IANXAME ICA II.p NO POOR SIX project which is sponsored by Community Renewal groups including young supporters of The Black P. not for weight watchers; rather
PROBLEMS IN'SET. Stone Nation (center). (At bottom) .NBC cameraman for busy homemakers if, however .
V NO PEP AT HIGHT.NOVIMOR Society of Chicago. The society is a private organization Ray Strickland films scene in KOCO area as yon are disenchanted

Cost nothing .VIGOR', POOR MARITALRELATBNS which is raising $3.5 million from foundations, organizer AI Small and WMAQ producer Scott Craig commercial baking and fresh
u MO SEX DESIRES.1fC0IiPATIBIL1T1' business and church looks on. Film shows how residents in changing eggs, milk and butter in a
to chargePrices groups to. support black controlof recipe rather than the cakemites0x4
If these neighborhood on city's lake front are determined to
... ._. .t./iK1fnc ftnd 10nhave community development. improve their living conditions. you think, then
.U* JVBl Jf.WM.w- -- some mouth- examples
good thru Wed. July 2 oalyat.KSnp tried la vain to have them. -- can be found in this book.

HI & Rushing 21st A Myrtle Ave solved-let Guaranteed us No show Obligation you the way and Fonr. Trash Disposal Yes We All TalkM.H.BOULWARE.PH.D -ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIES Some very exotic: creations are
*8th fc Davis Sts..33rd 4 MoocrtefEdgew offered in "Pleasures of
write which BY
Just P..ESS
<>od Ave at Cleveland Rd. Chinese Cooking," by Grace
problem you have, print yourname Units for. Public Use Zla Giro However there are
address 1 zip code admall From time to time, the nerve POITIER
chapters dealing with such subJects
toGOOD Four trash media has mentioned many side- NASSAU-NPI"Sldney Poitler,is very busy these days making -
SAMARITAN' '.0. Box disposal sites areanilsble effects of "taking! the pill" as a the most of the International acclaim that be has been receiving as the "What" of ChineseCooking
GOLD SEAL! Ui-.SU Woodbury, N.J. <*09 ,. for all citizens who contraceptive over the past few years Wit h his newest film "The Lost Cutting With Chinese,
wish Cleaver
: to
? haul their an trash. Mao '! Working With Woks
currently being re1Os (
These sites The singer is, aware of the lfelralsLIStudlcaPohler. and
are maintained Chpstlcks Methods The"How"
by :
effectof nodules vocal ulcers Is teaming with Calvin Lockharf U star In a'ceY AtiC film ,
Reg 235> lAf IEJT PIT III TIWN DlTlsloos Garbage of andStreetCleaning Public Works! and postnasal drip and polyps on tentatively tion In Nassau entitled in December., "Caribbean In Idyl,'" to be filmed on loca Story of of Tea Chinese, and'the Cooking Right,
addition he had
slngiiig And, according to the Joined actress
//1 1t are located In areas of the Barbara Streisand way to Order In a Chinese
and actor Paul
CATAWBA General Service: District.No Canadian Medical Association Newman to form a new Restaurant.

I 2 BR TOWN HOUSE garbage Is to be dumped Journal, January 18, 1965, the Ltd motion which picture will firm, the First Artists Production Company Then there's "1300 Tested Recipes
produce amt distribute films
observation was made that oral they
on these sites They are for will the Pocket Cook Book"
WINE solid waste, such as yard trash, contraceptive pills sometimes appear. which is the work of Elizabeth
tree limbs caused sopranos to lose their Woody in collaboration
-Jin nmr stamps logs building notes DEBUT with
materials, junk appliances high llowevertheycsnbe Gertrude Lynn and Peggy
thankful that the problem disappears NEW YORK-NPQ--Maklng! !his motion picture debut is Redd
and Hefferman
.f' '' Junk automobiles They are Pluses of the
: PINK 01 WHITE FHA-VA located on Sandler Road, off when the pill Is dis Fox nightclub radio and television comedian, who has been volume are the Cookery Terms
/ continued playing In and around Hollywojd for se"ral7earl.Hewill Join
Old Middleburg Road Crystal and Definitions, Table of
; The nodules. vocal Raymond St Jacques Godfrey Cambridge and Calvin Lockhart
singer's ,,
VULCAN INC.. (Bprlnp Road,West of Hammong nicer, and pOBtnasararlp.... In the Ossle Davis-directed "Cotton Comes to Harlem. Standard Measures Calorie
I ) Boulevard; Picketvllle Road, .. Chart Tips on Leftovers and
ALL- slow the vibration of
(between Edgewood and Old. DISCS ON BLACK SCENE Penny-stretching Hints
QTi49 1003/ KEN KNIGHT DR. Kings Road and Rope Road at the vocaliordsby Increases CHICAGO- To round out the collection
Newton In the massofthetleaues.D Burrows is the star of a one-woman
Road. Is the impressive
768-3479 I I Dumps are open from T a.m, *' Is interesting to learn that two-volume show on records, entitled "Walk Together Children" :The Smalls' "The World's Martin Best
to I the Hawaiian language has waxing Is a program exploring the Black scene In .
p.m. Trash disposed at aa Recipe Book, or otherwise
!j ""SIUT" PLAN other sites could bring.fines "<,1' alphabet of IS sounds, five of prose, poetry and song released under the Spoken Arts Label classed u a "gourmet

I to depositors which: are vowels This is Interesting NEW FACESHOLLYWOOIHNPOThe coot boot.' B contains tested
JCOLDEST BEER IN TOWN IS ATifjAX I. but for any language ( selection of the finest recipes
f'flveotaix vowels are sufficient, newest faces in motion pictures and from theMorldr'taremat"culinary
LIQUORS AT NO-EXTRA unr AlaiSPRING And it Is even possible to television are a pair of dancers--Teresa Graves and Marti experts and chefs
Be,. Miss Graves Is
communicate with u alphabet Joining the cast of Rowan and Martin
whould tell
CUSS consisting only of consonants. Laugh-In over NBC-TV next fall, and hiss Bey will be making Smalls that Black people are
her screen debut in the "Landlord which
The co-stars Pearl
English have
at least 42
quite adept in the culinary arts
Now Bailey, Diana Sands and Louis Oneself
Starting sounds and
certainly as
many The author did not have one
\ U 43, depending, upon the SOUL recipe in his collection
Immediately Requires Hospital Aide Class language authority The BEAUTY WINNER
CashlerSalestlerk4lndetgartea NEW YOJ -( PI.A fine arts major at Hofstra
: HawaIIans speak what is often college
: ElectriciansPipefitters Teachers'Aide termed an Anstroneslan tonne, Miss Gloria Graham 20, of Kempstead, Long Island has woo
BIG MAN OTS. / REAPERS For free pamphlet the title of Miss New York State in the International Miss HELP FIGHTCANCER>

; Plano-Gultar-Thedry! < oo telephone speech send two World beauty contest of South Fallsburg She is the first Black .WITH A CHECKUPAND
Band and Orchestra m Instru. stamps and a self-addressed girl to bold that title

!; Outside meMeSOIDEN'S long business envelope to W,HBoulware A CHECK

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Shipfitters Wild West Is more InterestIngarxJ Generous fringe benefits. Outstanding 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY.
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