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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: July 5, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Yi' A 4L M U.S. CongressATLANTA A
BLACK
PRINCIPALS SCLC, formerly headed by Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr, and
now led by Rev Ralph David:
Abernathy, having virtually won
"ari most of its demands In the
Charleston strike, has delayed
execution of a suggested planin
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This new confrontation has
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the Apollo U moon shot and is
"Soul Brothers" Veteran Educators Judge Layton 'a continuing pacer-of the cam
paign It is assumed that the
C4 .march will be a protest against
Death Regretted Refuses Move spending money for space and
Shuffled not for earth.
About In
Hosea Williams, national
ly Accused Man To New TrialTwo 'rug, .. .. director of SCLC, made the
Area residents who were among the almost 500 receiving degrees from Tennessee Ail State announcement recently He
The Will of God was responsiblefor teenage Jason, found University in Nashville recently Include (left to right ) first row: Shirley A. Mines, Fort said, "The fede.al government
the death of three men "Good Faith" Move guilty on June 11 by a criminal Pierce, Charlotte E. Thomas, Pensacola, Cherly D, Culbert, Jacksonville, and Teriessa A. spends; billions to send men on
during a carbine shooting ramp court Jury, were sentenced Fell, Jacksonville Second row, Terry L. Jackson, Plant City, Gerald ''C ue, Jacksonville, Joy rides to the sky while onlya
age of November of 1968, Monday, June 30 of robbing a Anthony Williams, Miami, and Theopholleus S. Worrell, Miami few dollars are doled out
according, to remarks made by The confirmation of the "reshuffling" of school p:incipalsIn local clothing store,armed with to the poir and hungry,"
oo of the men arrested and Jackson took place Monday night. The Board of Education a eawad: -o't shotgun and a re "Hunger. Marchers' were
'accused of
complicity In the went along with the recommendations of the recen'ly-frora- ,,volver, Suspected Mal supposed to arrive In
deaths of these men California school head In his move to give the local educationalarea The/'YjreGus: : Anthony Turner, Tennessee-Florida Washington this month. The
According to an officer in thesheriff's Its first and greatest shakeup in history.. 18, 905() Madison Street, and parade has been delayed,
division George Donald J. Hopkins, 17, ,of,968jClinton Tries To Hld according to Rev. waiterFauntroyWasldngtonmouth
,Young.. Jr... ,.who.. .wa ,_IP-,....Shortly .alter. the supertax. .PylpylpalBegUtuhemtursbe 1 ? \n.. Lane/.. t'1..a,.,.:... ?. ...,..-, ....., ___ ,.._ l1"
pretended at his Home and tendent took over here the rumblings recommended: for thepaactpalship Judge A, Lloyd Layton, who piece few the SCLC. He Is also
arrested made such a state began On June 29 of NewStantoaSenior High earlier denied a motion for a Heroin l l Bundle Trial l Hassle Over the campaign's sponsor. Plane
meat Last Friday a hearingwas transfers and promotions of Charles James will be sent retrial, announced sentence.The include their anlval In the
held In the chamber of secondary school personnel, In to Butler Junior-Senior high holdup took place on A suspected: "dope pushei' .mMdle of July.
Circuit Court Judge ThomasA. some cases of veterans, be- from a princlpalshlp at Gilbert March IS at about! 8:45 Inside. was arrested Monday?, jailed, When the marchers come they
Larkin Jjdge Larkin refused came' facts Junior-Senior High.' a men's store located at 1809 and released after posting bond will demonstrate! for free food
to quash evidence In the cases: J Principal Charles Brooke of KNew Edwin Lawson will be the new Wast 45th. Du Ing the holdup for $5,000. Dates Is Barrier stamps and will be In the city
against Young. Stanton Senior High was principal at Stanton Vocational two employee received minor Eddie Scott 24, 729 West when the debate starts on feud
Judy Larkin set A date of recomm'uded for transfer to He was formerly assistant wounds when the shotgun discharged Duval, was picked up Sunday stamps in Congress.A .
September I for Young's trial. the prlnelpalshlp of DarnellCookman principal at the same school. accidentally. Several and charged with violation of MIAMI:James Gavin,suspected murderer of a Miami Policeman large number of persons will
Young charged with the slay- Junior .High George. Nairn has been removed were forced to lie on the floor. the narcotics law, Patrolman cannot como to trial before September 29. That trial not be present, said the
Ing of James Roland Armstrong, Chester Cowart, principal of from the princlpalshlp! Wounded were Destry Lang,28, Samuel Washington and Patrol- will be in Tennessee. minister Hunger marchers
52, on November 3, in an Ice Northwestern Junior High of' Butler Junior-Senior Highto 33'3 Mario Street, manager, man J.T. Mays were the arrest-' Gavin, it is tobe remembered, is exercising scrupulous cure have recently walked from town
cream parlor at .First; and School, was recommended for the princlpalshlp of North and Robert Smith HI, 2?, a ing officers is said to have killed .,Ronald in checking papers so as to be to town In Mississippi and
Hogan the princlpalshlp of Gilbert western Junior High v salesman According to the officers,Scott McLeod, white, father of three assu ed that Tennessee will not Illinois and have held
Two other ..JaraesOinktns Junior-Senior School The school board chanVoors was standing in the 600 blockon at
men, High During testimony in court children and a veteran In Miami, lose testimonial hunger hearings
27 and Charles Slant.n:; Vocational High's were packed Monday night. Assistant State Attorney Ashley Street at 8 p.m, with! responded to a call. Meanwhile, Gavin languishes night Many supports of sc LC
Piosser, 24, will be tried separately Opinions ranged from understanding Bernard Nachman showed that two other men A statewide manhunt followedthe in the Memphis Jail in Block were employed In the
mej are to displeasure Turner, wielding the shotgun, The officers said that, when May shooting Gavin was D In Shelby County.RICi1MULID Charleston situation
witheslayfng Dr. Hardesty gave no reasons they approached the trio, Scott '
charged William
and Walking the -
Just Forgot wielding revolver arrested In Memphis and was
Joseph Japour, 54. store for the promotions. He made entered the store and made a suspicious move and put slightly wounded after a poker Judge Orders Virginia County
supervisor, and GeorgeJob p'e every effort to avoid use of announced a holdup something: Inside a broken game holdup attemtp.;' I
nion Black, a security the_ word demotions, insistingthat Before the accidental firingof window Dade County asked foi his Approval Of NAACP School PlanVirginia's
the changes relate to the The officer said the package
guard !91 years old, also at the shotgun Lang had been extradition A ,Grand Jury
Daylight, Kings Road and progress of the system These forced to turn over from included 16 packets of heroin'
My tie recommendations wore made the money Scott WAS arrested. passed a first degree murder 'a,,-llie State of Creuwille,! County
: safe
Indictment Governors corresponded has been told djssitlsfled .Federal Judge to adopt a
by a plane
after visit mad The two other had skipped
According to Jim Hamlln shortly 'a by The men
6 teenagers were charged The wheels slowed < .
NA UPsuggesting
'of desegregation as proposed bytl
director of in/estigatlons, said ,l .the superintendent to various with guilt in taking Lang's $415 the area by the time the office According to Assistant Slate
Y OURglIdJ.alter| arrest homo institutions ring and $15 watch, as well as had completed their investigation Attorney S. Wood trial United States District Court such a plan.
at 2512 Highland Avenue on The packed house drew local $150 in currency belonging to of the premises Scott said might be Roy held In Dade, a after Judge Robert R, Meihlge, Jr., Judge Met'hlge then ordered the
November 29, he had lawmakers, as well as rema.:ks.Mention the store he is a laborer. September 29. for the first time!, directed a board to adopt as Its on plan,
made that there county to follow the exact recommendations the one suggested the NAACP.
planned a bank robbery was Charges of assault by Turneron
Wood said that he wants an
Haml'n' said Young expressed may be a bit of demagogueryin Lang and of Intent murder One Of 14 Best Ironclad agreement between ofacomplainant The plan makes possible the
regret for having killed the Cast shuffling. Hardesty the two were placed on the Inactive Governors Ellington and Kirk in a can relating to schooling assignment of pupils to both
alluded to as "daddy" in In 1969 the county was told elementary and high schools on
Johnson, a "soul brother"Detec.tvt was docket in view of the to the effect that Gavln would I
Saige.uit W'UleWestoa the shuffle The superintendent sentencing Maxlmumpenalty remain In Florida found to set up a unitary school the basis of where they reslda '
disclaimed Intention of system The officials proposeda They must accept this plea by
Jr.told of a.uaversatlon! any for robbery in Florida Is life guilty, and would be returned to
in which :Young said that Weston punishing the educators.Racial Imprisonment, Tennessee if sentenced to life plan which would bring about September of 1969. '
the assignment of Black pupils. Biunswick'County
showed in to was given
courage coming
his home in view of the fact SAMMY DAVTS, JR. Outbi teaks Bring Imprisonment He further said that it is Important according to their showings on, 10 days to submit a revised
he had sUnderldized tests The Judge plan for the desegregati n of
that (Young),killed three
to decide between
LONDON Entertainer Sammy I bringing -
carbine men Young from said a he dope bought addictin the Davis, Jr.: had a revolver and Death To TwoRecent Young Peopler v I the accused nun back before emphasized unacceplacle that 11 the would plan have was all-N.gro Sturgeon High School.
ammunition seized by customs t the Tennessee trial.
Chicago for $25 men at Heathrow Airport racial outbreaks In otlie: areas of the country resulted! Tennessee is said not to be portionate resulted enrollments laraciallydfspro-In the Man 01 The Year
Last November the bandits, Saturday when be arrived there in the'deaths of two Blacks one in Omaha, the other in t too Interested In getting Gavin five elementary schools in the
disguised as women, Invaded from Los Angeles; He went to Harrisburg, PaIn i t to trial soon. He said also that county He took time out to
Daylight and demanded: money. London to shoot for his movie Omaha violence was young man who. was running I the office of Governor Ellington reprimand. officials for
,They were traveling in a stolen "Salt and Pepper 11." Davis, I sporadic in Its spreading'Out fromx.a bllildlng..As the young WILLIE MARTIN. .

car shooting: When they they left fled a black after handbag the when relieved of the rtre1 1 bursts were the most frequent man ran the girl became a( Willie J. Martin, above, outstandlngJacksonville Lincoln College Heads Deny 5' ,ra
aim, said "I have a permitto 4 on the almost Black North Side. victim of a shot. radio
behind and
some Chicagotetephnenumbers.By carry a gup in America, Vivian) Strong 14 was the The young lady was dead on executive, is the one of 14
these numbers Jacksonville check- tat the customs Info med me 'victim ill a bullet)from police-; arrival at the hospital Americans picked from a fieldof Plans, For Evicting Students
ing bat: the laws are different in I man's pistol. Police said two The same night a bottle filled 82
authorities were able to trace candidates submitted by Lincoln Business College has bean charged with planning! to
Britain, and rightly so" Waene t officers answered a reported with flammaole: fluid was tossed
70 public television and radio evict
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Young to Ms home here The some studants from Its dorattory, according to the
) flies back he his 1 break in calls about 10:25 .
can get : p m through a large plate glass stations after Nii-D
home Intensive! talent .J ackson ri11e
Young under surveillance was, then Officers, kept firearm ]last Tuesday and apprehended window of a physical fitnessschool .searches: to be awarded the Officials: of t;;College say that Mrs Eddie Mae Stewart,

delayed rushing the home be- 12,500 Kellogg Scholar owned by a former Career Fellowship Award. 'such is not true, AcordingtoTransferred; ,director of the educational com
cause'they knew children were .policeman! From September of this year mittee of the NAACP, who,
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there However, they were able In Harrisburg through June of 1970, Martin' spoke before the Community
and killed a young nun 18 yearso will work In television news and
to arrest Young without w,1 i tattoos Commission last.
casualties 0'i tge According to policethe public affairs: programming at Friday, Lincoln has been
The folly-leaded carbine was 1 i young man WAS lighting a WJCT, Jacksonville's Public l merged with the Florida'
found there, along with a .Si firebomb. Television Station, in prepara- Technical College
On last at least 23
caliber revolver,under pillow 21\'L Tuesday tion for a career public According to the leader the
persons were arrested: on He is vice
broadcasting presi- two schools, owned by the same
Charles Brooks \: charges ranging from disturbing dent In charge of operations of company owners, plan to close FULTON CULKIN' !
+ 1l.S"'.J tIlL the peace to violating the the MelaLID Corporation,owner y the dormitory operated by the
Resigns From hr 8pm to 7 1 a.m curfew In and operator of a group of school. Many students In the FUNERAL DlltECTat ,"MAN ;
I 'If' force because' of earlier rioting Blackoriented radio stations audience agreed With Mrs OF YEAR la Fulton E. Culkln, i
School Post x +' ". 1' ., He has been in the field of Stewart, Mrs Stewart urged prominent mortician of St,. i
Allison Hill in Harrisburg is Louis who is of
A radio broadcasting for eight the Commission to Join the president the
Principal Charles Brooks, for ,':.' ..\ '-<..... .., mixed In population However, years John W. Macy, Jr., 1 wIi I NAACP In its request. St. Louis Undertakers Association !
many years an outstanding ) fireman there trying to president of the Corporation for Robert Cervl. director of a member of, Missouri I
educator to the city of Jacksonville CHEM>BTdY major Miss Evelyn W. Richardson, ZlStlUwater, extinguish fires were obliged to Bubllc Broadcasting, said the Florida Technical agreed that State Embalmers and Funeral
CHESTER COWARt, ,
resigned this week Mr., ,Okla., senior, Is not so deeply Involved in the discussion going dodge shots They were pulled 14 fellows "are only the first the College plans closing Its Directors board,' and of the
Brooks'name was not Included 'on with her classmates at Oklahoma State University that she from me area. No great damage wave of the oncoming genera-" 1'rfactpal'Chester' Cowart, dormitory, but not until every National Funeral Directors and
to the list of those transferredto has forgotten about her $12,300 four-year scholarship grant was reported lions that will Inevitably be, ,bove, of Northwester Junior everyetudeqt.isplacedsatisfactorily Morticians association. He will
higher or lower positions; ,from the W.K. Kellogg foundation through the American Fond 'Thedead Blackman was. attracted to public broadcastingas Ugh[ under the Hardesty else He felt thatit be presented the award at the I
under the reshuffling of the for Dental Education. She will ass the grant to pursue trainingIn Charles Scott. He was said It grows In Influence and system of reshuffling, will be would be unfair for the Institution NFDMA'f annual convention and
MW superintendent of schools, dentistry at Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry. to have.been shot by Patrol strength and Impact on the eiii one principal of Gilbert to put the students out. 1-' In the Regency Hyatt House
Dr. Cecil Hardest?. beginning this September. (NPI Photo) 'mfcfl,.Raymond Kertulos.. 3 unlor! -Senior this fall. ** Atlanta. (NPI Photo), I
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MEMBER Whitney M. Young, Jr.



W *IT WAS THE HOUSE CHEF JUSTICE IARRH STEPS BOVNTh

NEGRO F TlONAL ", i DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS Warren Era of the Supreme Court came to in end with
THAT STRIPPED POWELL
whom future historian may well
the retirement of the man
OrHISSENOHrrVANDCHAIRMANSHIP" of them aU.
decide was the greatest Chief Justice
TOe nation owes a debt of gratitude to Earl Warren. He led

JRIC 0. SIMPSON..JANACINC EIITII Ia1UOGE\ the High Court In a period of national change and he nude It a
WARREN BELIEVED leader in bringing about that change.
of his decisions, the evil network of Jim Crow laws
Because
Mill VOOTEN..CIRCBIATION ..IIUEII 'r. I POWELL WAS PUNISHEDUNCONSTITUTIONALLY that made a mockery of American Justice vu stripped away.

I The law was trap to ensnare the black, the poor the dlsad-
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MAILINS ABBRESS vantaged. But through the decision of the Warren Court the law
IN
PAPT;PERHAPS BECAUSE .
( became a haven and a refuge instead
2323 MONCRIEF 1111'' ; POWELL WAS UPPITY AND of an Instrument of oppres

BLACK. SOHEINTERVENED slon.Ha was hated by the lunatl! '

P.D. III 511 JACKSONVILLE, Fllllll 32211 l AND LEFT THE BENCH fringe The bigots and the I
nf Birchers reviled him. Highways I
PRONE 3541712 WITHAL3ANO"JAMs were defaced by "Impeach Earl 1
MSTfth Warren" billboards. It Is sometimes rh

MIAMI IFFICE 5111 N.I. 711 ATE. NEW YORK TIMCt said that a man Is known
enemies and Earl
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Warren's enemies were of the
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HE FOUGHT FOR THE RIGHT ( ,01' "" ";,: Chief Justice Warren will probably be renumbered est for
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OF THE BLACK COMMUNITIES one of the most momentous decisions the Court ever made.
Subscription Payable m Advancfe In 1954 he delivered the decision In a case prosaically called
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REPRESENTATIVES. a man in Topeka, Kansas, whose eight-year-old daughter
FLORIDA 32201, was denied entrance to an all-white school near her home and
\s. mada to travel to an all-Negro school.
"Separate but equal" was the law of the land since the Court
A HISTORICAL DECISION. IN THE FIGHT FOR Equal RIGHTS I approved official segregation back In 1896. The Court was
then In the hands of racists, and a whole series of decision
A College Stifat SpeaksVisit allowed governments to segregate Negroes and deprive them

OIIJ" 1 II II f iIIII' of their rights.
Front Oiter Spici But In 1954, Earl Warren delivered the decision that over-
turned segregation In the schools. "Separate educational facilities
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Illirls Inn-UN HSIiir 1 are inherently unequal," he said, and victims of such
,If I were a visitor from outer space, I believe I would find / I segregation are deprived of the "equal protection the laws"
that earthlings are given to spoiling every cause about which School segregation was now unconstitutional and With that
they so raucously prate. decision, we might mark the start of the modern civil rights

In every assertion of high principle, I would find the best 1 revolution.
argument for combatting what is being promoted. But perhaps Justice Warren's greatest: contribution In that
Patriotism provides an example of a cans spoiled by those |1 case was not his decision Itself, which! might have been writtenby
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devoted to It another. It was !his brilliant exercise of leadership for
To be sure, a society cannot endure unless Its citizens are : 1 1BY the Chief Justice got a unanlmcus court to Join him The rote
loyally committed to Its perpetuation and Improvement.But was, 90. Had it been 5-4 or even 7-2. the full mo-al weight:
our extraterrestrial visitor would find "patriotism,' of the decision would>>: have been weakened
as It Is usually proclaimed Is something else:flag-wartag u a PABLO THE ASTROLOGER ,i 1 I I His long service as Chief Justice brought other decisions
means of Justifying Ignoring social injustice, Jingoism that that served democracy. For most of our history citydwellerswere
maliciously promotes warfare for Its own sake, and a sang, I ruled by unrepresentative state governments whose
self-righteous! satisfactionwith, the way things are In one' legislatures were weighted in favor of rural areas. In 1962,
country. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS I the Court issued Its one-man, one-vote doctrine: which over-
"Black Is another that Is besmirched the ,.
power" cause tuned this and led to reappotilonment that ensured more
most by its supporters. .. < democratic elections
If I were a visitor from alter space, I would sense that "I
people of all colon need to be proud d their backgroundsand FORBUSINESSLOVETRAVEL Among"the more controversial decisions were those Involving
to stick together for the sake of their self-Improvement. criminal cases. The "law-and..order' crowd .''S very vocal
But I would see "Black power' as the opposite of what it about how the Warren Court has "weakened" the police. But
purports to be. "Black power" would strike me as a coverop ? 1 what actually did it do. ?
for Black weakness, a hypocritical assertion of racial bigotry It said that a man has the right to be silent and not to confess:
by the victims ol racial bigotry, and futile attempt to substitute This is in line with the Constitutional requirements' against
angry statements for self-improving: actions.I f";'; I"I'I'I'. '''.. ..'.'II'I'.lI'. ''''''''''' I'.I.1'.Iil'.II.1.1''I'.I.I'j self-lncrlmlnatlon.. It doesn't encourage criminals, it Jus!
would not need the enemies of "Black power" to tell Be I "ensure* all melll'"their Constitutional 'right to sUeare.; while!
what is ,wrong with: it r The "Black power" people,would do at the same time removing the temptation of police orticers
the Job themselves. e e ARIES CANCER viice SACITTARIBS to get easy confessions with a rubber hose or third degree
And :how about the calls tore return :treatment.
a to "old-fashiood" NOV.23r
discipline and "law and order" ? IIRN.MARCH. BOIN JOKE BORN Alt.23ri BORN Another important decision affirmeJ the right to a lawyer in

I would agree that people cannot live without behaving 2m Arm ism 221k1 JULY llii SEPT. 22if < BEC. 21st- serious criminal cases. Since when does this basic right
themselves Being from outer and seeing the stars frustrate Justice?Accused
and space Fear what? People remain Just a little longer It must Who wouldn't ? No 'one can Have it out. If a tooth hurts afford legal defense persons who were poor end,epuWt
planets obediently remaining in their appointed courses wound in
up Jail, guilty
for I single all their lives because seem like an age since one blame you for being fidgety one has tt tieated or pulled.The an accused or Innocent HJW
eons, would be the fyst! to, recognize the need for poor person has the right to defend himself
was able to move ahead without after such a long period of what problem that may have been
orderliness In the universe as a star of planet off course they are afraid of losing their There were other Important decisions too. This
,
would be catastrophic.But independence shouldering being held up by one thing after may have been tantamount to handstrlnglng manySaglt- helped to make the law a more humane: Instrument genial mad
family responsibilities, or a another Although the signs are utter frustrationthroughnofault tartans for some time back aDd he led the of justice,
I could not go along with' the calls for more "law uA variety of other reasons. They promising this month, It will of your own. Consequently If should also be squarely faced clor,. As he roes High to his Court weU-earDed through! the period 01 its greatest
order among earthlings For those who make those calls are not aware of the fact that, necessary to wait until the end any one Just u much as utters and the necessary. .l11m the thanks 01 a grateful naU'JR. retirement he takes wifh
always seem to want something more than discipline b the Just as problems contain their of the ensuing quarter to shoot one word disapproval could applied no matter how painful
name of "law and order," they would sadistically and own solutions, marriages bring' off straight as an arrow to be like rubbing salt in a wound. ((3rd). If a friendship or association
oppressively Impose their will on others new Influences to bear to cope the chosen. goal. There Is an The danger is that you may has served its term, and it Block "Shiftless"LflM
They would bl log children up "right1 by brutally mistreating with requirements thatdevelop.>> emotional, social, or domestic answer back which could bea appears desirable to break It People
them and would "make the Itreets'saf. by setting up a Time is. subject for concentrated situation that has to be stabi disadvantage when you are on off, It Is simpler in the long! '
police state. and uninterrupted ,Baud before attempting anything the taking end of the orders run to do tt neatly and quickly To RestIn
The "law and order' people thus make themselves the worst flection oa 3rd. Independence : else (3rd). Events slated for ((3rd). Try to enjoy whatever rather than to drag things out. .
possible spokesman for the self-control and respect for Day may not have much to the glorious Fourth may be there Is of what should be a The usually lively Fourth maybe the conventional wisdom of man, the poor (and Negroes
constituted authority which people must have If they are to filer in the way of diversionor disappointing and many may glainarous and brilliant holidayby more of a day for meditation specially) are living la poverty because they are too shiftless
live in a stable, functioning society. But the advocates of entertainment thlsyear(4th( ). wind up at a movie for enter. using Imagination and. resourcefulness in many casas.! to make their own way in the world.
entrained freedom are no better. tainment. ((4th,6th).. We know that this myth was killed years ago, but It took information -
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his choices and that unless people are free to do evil, they are -39.11- to the executive director George Esser,to convince the majority
not free to choose to be good. TAIIIS AQOARIIS of white people that the myth has bean laid to rest, and we'
But license's devotees forget that freedom is not an end wish It were also dead.
in itself. It's what people do with their freedom that coasts, lethe HIM Pill BORN SEPT. BORN OCT., BORN "JAN. Results of the survey by the organization were term*d by

name of freedom earthlings can make society n>livable; or 2ltk 2HI 23rd OCT. 23rd 24th NOV. 22U FEB. 10th Esser "Tbe stuff with which myths are exploded.
they can make it worth living In. '20th The study revealed that 90 per cent of low income Individuals
A visitor from outer space, hearing earthlings i.-oelalm: Three cheers! Our own glorious Habits bang on. After such along Don't be to:, sure The loyalty You've got to. While most of.: are employed with 96 7 per cent of poor male heads of house-
their causes, might wonder: "What do these creatures hope to Independence Day certainly stretch of what may have of someone may be as strong us han been In the doldrums .holds holding down Jobs. Host of the poor work at backbreaking -
gain from talking endlessly about creeds and principles? Whatis sometlng to cheer about((4th). been considered highly unprofitable the Rock of Gibraltar but only long enough, and the time to tasks and must t work more than 40 hours a week.
to be accomplished by putting other earthUags' beliefs Taveaas with newly acquired period, one xould hardly when we keep on earning or get out has arrived, the procedure Thus tt Is not true that the poor are shiftless.
down? Don't people realize that they only make Zoos out d freedom have double cause to. be blamed for obliging to the deserving tt. If ambitious or ma/be somewhat more tt would be more accurate to say the poor are poor because
themselves shout their hurrahs. Not that belief that It has come to stay. Adjustments they are not given the opportunities of
by calling Into question the very Ideals they emotional drives start coming complicated than supposed. advancement that are
tt Is recommended to sever There may be a difficult knot made available to others largely because lack
proclaim? in between, and trust is undermined may have to be : they education.
But then an answer would come to our extraterrestrial; listing ties, but simply in the to unite because of the lack of today's ally could become regarding professional and domestic In gathering Information for the study more than 11,600 poor
vi :tor, instance irber circumstances coordination on Srd. The situation economic persons In 31 areas in the Tarheel State
Looking Into spec and recalling its silence, he would tomorrow'lantapJstSrI conflicts were Interviewed.! ,
sense what Is wrong with noisy mankind. have stepped In to do this uspleasant could prevent many from ). If there nothing\ exciting strains I emotional upheavals Only two out of five whites said they thought things would be
"They talk too much about their grandiose beliefs," he Job Everybody, without celebrating the glorious Fourth enough to arouse Interest on the and chartlngafuturecoursothat better In the future concerning opportunities for advancement
would think "The stars and planets limp "do their thing1 exception, should put forth with their customary seal. But glorious Fourth, tt may be will please everybody It'. not and in what they wanted for their children. Three out of five
without making a sound. Thus, they achieve grandeur u they the necessary effort to save for a few who can see the sliver necessary to find entertainmentat as simple u tt may look and Negroes felt that will get better in the years ahead. But It
traverse the heavens.. a union that was the natural lining on the other side of the the movies. If one needs a will require tact and under was added, this would require hard work and better oppor
"But puny earthlings return themselves prematurely to the remit of mutual love and darkest clouds, it should be friend, not only to advise,but to standing between couples and tunities.
, earth from which they came frustrating their efforts tot attraction ((3rd-5th). clear that there soon will be give a needed boost to flagging family members. TIlt moot Important The percentage of poor people who think that the government
attain self-fulfillment. Their souls cry out for the achievement 4.44.16.45.78 Ul a change that may go beyond spirits seek the right person to ) decision may. hart to through welfare money, owed them a living Is Indeed
t,, of their hearts' desires; Instead, all these earthlisfs their wildest dreams ((5th,6th). provide one or both on the 5th, be mad on the Srd.. very low In comparison with the general and local popular>>
do Is to destroy themselves by futilely proclaiming principles, CEIIRI 'i 22.59..12.72.55'f! 6th. tions.
, when they need to practice;what they preacV" .
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This' Week .Ntgre History Circumstances compel. While LEO. PISCES ,
2 tt is toes that the stars Impel BORN JULY BORN BEC22ri .. BORN FEB.10th More and more the activities of racism are tending to toaf .
July 1,1896: Harriet Stow, author of"Uncle Tea's but do not compel, there are : MAR of hand through major confrontations with the power
Cabin" died occasions In life when circumstances 23rd All 22id JAN. lOtl 20th structure the streets and campuses. _
the ".., One of our best dictionaries The American College Dictionary
'J do drive one against Stake your claim. Those who Discipline begins with self. Break Ice There .'
July L, 1955: Walter White,,executive secretary of NAACP, one's volition. Face reality and have the authority may haveto Those we love ate not long in to be quite a few natters of a defines racism as follows: A belief that human races have
died act according to Its mandates take date c till one'sxtreogths domestic, marital, or financial distinctive make-ups that determine their respective: cultures
measures to insure
no nutter howreluctant you maybe that no one will have weaknesses.lialeu we use the nature to be straightened' out, usually Involving the idea that one's own race Is superior and
July I, 1964: President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil to do soon 3rd.lDdtpendtDctD1y or the audacity to challenge reason ttSrd former wisely, and overcomethe 'perhaps In a hurry. There was has the right to rule'others, The term refers to the system!
,Rights bill. always Is a day for re' ( ). It there are debts to be latter with a firm hand, tt time todlUydaUydurlng past, of government and society based upon this principle, as well '
; juicing or should be (4th).This paid, it Is better to attend to will be only natural for them to few months but no more Co d as a policy of supporting such: asserted rights.
I" 'July 4,1831: Nat Turner's Insurrection against slavery began In year, however, because of a them as early as possible be- tate1mmedIatnclvaatapolaaydeveloplDc fortune Is knocking at the door Most of us have been Involved In the functioning of this Ideas
certain B and will want to have more than one way
Virginia Inescapable factor for situations. By the you everything -
anyone resorts to the
/ could leave much to desired courts or other unpleasant time that we may decide toadopt in tiptop order so as to Black citizens would like to add that American racism Is the
Booker TIlt whole weekend will not give It the reception that Is In measure of a man, that same races are Innately Inferior that
,July 4,1881: T. Washington began his work at Tuskegee. tactics to collect. Threats of positive attitude It may be
be wastednevertheleuas due. Some sort of showdown no amount of talent, learning or experience can erase the
long ,
this sort could spoil the usual too late for anyone to pay us the
K July 4, 1952: Louis Armstrong, '1nterDa olla1J1-kncm Jan as there Is a desirable' spot Fourth d July festivities by slightest heed, not always deliberately arrangement or separationmay taint of Inferiority from aa Individual belonging to such a race,
, trumpeter and bandleader, born in Mew.Orleans..July for the family to rest, play weighing on the mind to the so but by habit (SrI). ban to be faced on Srd and that the American society, for Instance Is obligated-.
and receive friends (Sth,8th). point where there Is no room The usually brilliant Fourth The long holiday weekend should overtly and eov.rt11--to maintain fitting barriers of separation
,. S, 1809: Abyssinian I Baptist church where Rep: Alain Keep enottctt under wraps for agreeable thoughts ((4th). may be dull unless a friend or be reserved for sociable between the so-called superior and Inferior races.
1 Clayton Powell,Jr., serves as pastor, was organised In New will' trying to solve some Someone of prominence could neighbor drips in for an pliftlng pastimes making it desirable The definition, can be applied to the black and white variety I
,t' York City with 19 members. rather difficult problems on 7th, aid In getting such matters talk and visit.The opportunity >> for the fanny wash act to be of racism The racism of black Is of comparatively recent" J
In origin generated by the excess of the white. 1
8th. You may then breathe seen public.
> disposed of quickly to the to do something constructive -
'' July 5,1924: Sidney Polder TV actor and mode ,easier. 11 has been reported that white racism was once taught In
; star was bora general relief (5th, 6th), to advance long-term Florida high schools wlich ',used a'White Citizens Council
Interests
,I: Jyly 5, 1921: Euard Charles, former heavyweight boxing pamphlet which said: "God wanted the white people to live

'- isaplJ was bans. Atlanta : *l4tt; -I -.4q. "*. |"rag -ia U -22 -111, 10- 90 88 r M 2a.- i'M' i....')8.13. S. tlt .mad alone.us And different.he wanted And God colored knows people best."to live alone God has ,

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1 CHURCH NEWS I Oie I Lord" Owe Filth, One t Baptism: Rov. Richard A. Lower Says ;


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TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH ', ,' It .t1."" \: .
,+-,' t \ DALLASNPI)- The Itev. Richard A. Lowe, pastor, Zloo
Sunday School begins at rlthSuperintendent Hessle Solomon : ,, f.r" iil
\ Newark N
1 ;: Baptist church J., and vice president, New Jersey
In charge. The service at U The ; lJ}
morning begins a m. pastor, .. Progressive Baptist association, had some startling words
I /Rev. W.E. Young will deliver the message. AH adults and the /: 't. ".,.r. 4.IIYf!. '' t to say. about Black power last week In an address before a
senior male chrous, along with Usher Board J o.1 will serve. ", 'If., t' '. frt.' ;' capacity audience In the local Peoples Baptist Church.
Holy communion will be administered at 5 p.m The pastor ; '
.. 'l ,. ; He said, "Ther is no rich
and the deacons will be in charge. All youth choirs will rehearse .. 1 i as 'Black .'The through the utilization of highly
;j exlstencjr power
Wednesday at 530.: The teachers meeting Is at 6:45.: I 'i 'I '" l: 'f i advocacy of Black power, or specialised publicity facilities,
Prayer meeting is held at 7:30. The Missionaries will observe i any other power of a wordly <' have harnessed, brainwashed
their anniversary Sunday July 13 at 3 30. Mrs Ida Is I } and otherwise prescribed the
: King I ;; .f. "'" 'fA, nature, is a hopeM n I In in the .
president. Educational classes are being held at the church _. i mind of man." minds :and notions of millions ,
every Tuesday and at 7 Mrs. "" .r .. I : of fellow citizens into a cond.-; .
Thursday night p.m. J. Wynn ; >.. .f.fJt.M 1' Rather, he declared, a man [
and Mrs. H Solomon are instructors ... should heed the influence of the lion lethergy), making it I
possible: for the few to over- i
power of Cod and the Holy
GREATER NEW: JERUSALEM BAPTIST 1}, Chost He dwelt at length on C' Sunday school begins at ':SO a.m At 11 a m. the morning .\..il". the "camouflaged purposes of "Into such a situation, it becomes -
worship begins. The pastor or his appointee will speak. At I"' I"""." ..." ,, ';" .. man to play down the edict of essential for the militant
1 p.m communion will be administered. On Friday evening the : 1 Cod and His Influence in would Independent minorities, who
general monthly conferencewttlbe held at 7p m Monthly reports ? /)1Jf) : ; porgress and development" will read the handwriting on the
/ 1i o walls to utilize all
will be made. Rev J.C. Flnney is pastor. .t "We must believe thatthe ofcommunlcatlonandin-acceptablemeans
: principles of the Christian religion -
PEACE MB1IONARY:: BAPTIST art supreme standards ,i tercourse between peoples, to
Sunday School begins at 9.30: with Mrs D.B. Barnes and staff of public and private personal Instruct, advice, warn and lead,
of teachers charge. At 11 a.m the consecration of all choirs or institutional conduct." 'to fill the vacuum created by I
and ushers takes place lathe lower auditorium The pastor is In The minister, who is alsoj( 'misinformation, with the truth.
charge. The morning devotions will be led by Deacon Dan Tate executive director of the nationally l i "We need to Instill in our youthI
and the Junior deacons. Rev. Barnes will preach. Mrs. Dorothy influential Independent I that they cannot fight and beg
Green Is organist. The procession begins at 11:30. The evening Negro Civic and Political I f i at the same time. We need
service begins at 5.30.: Rev. Barnes will preach at 6.15: ; AU association, explained himself' Immeasurably to possess a1
numbers of the church are asked to accompany the pastorto by saying. voice which can, must and will
Beaulah Baptist on Sunday, July 13, at 7 p.m The District "Wa ire propagandists..Ware be heard, expos+fJIC.just what
Sunday School and BTU Congress, of which Rev. Barnes is' ii not anti-American. Wit are we feel about certain things in
president, will begin In Palatka on July 16 and continue through not believers In the aritatlve 'our way of life"ATTEND
July 20, at the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, Rev. A. Anderson and coercive slogan or Its connotations ---
pastor ug v THK CHUI:+ H
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NEW REDEEM BAPTIST The historic merger of 312,000 Black sod white members of the ceremony delegates; Joined In a service of communion, wttfi riots or threats of riots OF YOUR CHOICEWedding
Usher Board) No. 3 will celebrate the fourteenth anniversary Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church In June Bishop Henley as the celebrant. Bishop Henley later deliveredhis and unrest, unlawful demonstrations
Sunday at 3 p.m at the church Larry Norman president.Mrs was one of the milestones of progress of the great denomination annual episcopal address on "The State of the Church." Intimidations I
,
Jessie Ward is matron. Other services begin with the More than 700 churches were Involved The picture on the At the same time delegates of the former Evangelical United destruction of public or private BellsAlvin
Sunday School at 9.30: with Deacon Ward In charge The lesson left shows Bishop James W. Henley, presiding over the Brethern church, which merged last year with state Methodistsat property, molestation of the
will be reviewed by the pastor,Rev E.I.Norman. The morning ceremony In Lakeland The merger took( olace on the campusof the state, national and international level to form the 11 Innocent, etc., should neitherbe Eugene Brown,2157 Jer-
worship begins at 11 a m. with the deacons In charge of devo FloridaSouthernCollege Branscombaudltorlum.than million-member Methodist Church United were present. Fla. encouraged nor supported, nigan Rd. 19 and Carolyn Donelse -
tions. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No.2 will serve throughout 1,600 ministerial lay delegates from over the state were Southern College Photo. for they are birds of a feather. Brown, 2326 Emerson
the day, with Mrs Jackson In charge of music. .The evening present, as well as national characters. Following the uniting He advocated independence of St. 18. M
worship begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons will be delivered by political philosophy as the chief
the pastor. The monthly conference Is Tuesday night. Each For Service Over The Years means by which the Negro can Jams Curtis Johnson, 1724 E.
auxiliary\ will make its second quarterly report The church chart his political future and 28th St., 39 and Ada Mae Davis,
Is located at 1614 West 30th. Rev E.I. Norman pastor.ST. T- progress. 1724 E. 8th St., 36.

STEPHEN AME e "In thinking and acting info- Ellis Young Jr., 1832 North
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with superintendent, Dr. A.C. pendant he of specific party affiliation Myrtle Ave., 25 and Judith
Madry, In charge, assistedby his stafl of officers. Consecration Is sure to become a Gearldlno Murray, 4646 Mon-
.takes place at 1045.: The United Choirs, Usher Board No. 1, : C v He'part of theactlah' this phas crlef Rd., 26.PHONE.
steward., trustees and others will take part.Rev R.V. Webster, mustnotsethlmsllupUaseparaLlst'Back'
pastor, will preach Pulpit associates: will assist. The morning or Africaa
worship begins II a m. Mrs. Daisy Wallace and Usher Board label--but must be fully dadl- Fait FREE:
No. 1, Mrs. Maggie Simms president will serve. Mrs. Eunice UC cated to the full American Ideo
Lee will preside at theconsole.Mrl.J.s.Genw..lgbt Is minister rf logy In all Its ramlflcalloM" EXAMINATION'

of music. Rev. Webster, pastor, will deliver special "Within this free land called' DR. REX SMITH I
communion serm u. Cornelius Boyd, vice chairman of the .
America- and
stewardes and Mrs Marla Collins, president of the organic pollution
stewardesses, are asking their members to be present and permeat.d'-Iooal civic and religious! machines, political ,900 W. STATE (EL4-1187 i
ready to strve. The AME League will meet at 5:30 p.m Mis. I ii i
Carrie Adams is president and asks all parents to send their
children to the League meeting at 6:45.: Consecration services Attiitlii lISle StiieiU. l
begin at 7 p.m The United Choirs and Usher Board No. !: w
,
will serve Communion will be administered The official' \
board meeting Is Monday night.The Ways and Means Committee' STUDY WITH DOCTOR BOIDEN
will meet Sunday at 6:30, Mrs. L.G. Genwrlght chalrnua.
At 7 p.m the United Choirs will meet. Class services are t
held at 7:30.'COLOSSIANS: 44 Dr. Bolden has returned to I

his music studio and Is accepting
BAPTIST students for the Fall term.
Sunday School begins at 930; with the superintendent and r i
teachers in charge The lesson will be reviewed by the super :
intendent. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m with the 1 Enroll Today
deacons In charge Communion will be observed at 3 p.m.
Choir No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Board No. will serve : Niii-Vilci-Thiirry-lccirJbi
during the day. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor, will deliver the '1. *
sermon Choir No. 1 will rehearse Wednesday: night The ;* TriRpit-Siiiytiii-Cliriiit, .

church Is sponsoring trpto! Silver Springs July 12. ..
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Mrs M.E. Payne Is shown above receiving a plaque at the has been most active: In all capacities in the Court. Others in use

convention of the United Grand Court of Heroine of Jericho the picture wishing Mrs. Payne many future years of service 1L:::*:;::'I' !\lA1.SCIENCE cC"rr.:
Fiist Baptist Church of Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m Rev which was held in Lakeland in April. Mrs. Payne has served are Mrs. Annie Lee Davis, GMAM, and Mrs Mary L. Woods, BUSINESS ADMlNErUTlON COU.:SE
College Park wUJ celebrate the. W.L. Jones of First Corinth! as GMAM, CBA Secretary and CBA Treasurer. The honoree Grand Court Secretary. CASHIER SALES CLERK COUl'SE
nineteenth year of its founding and Rev A.B. Coleman ofShUob HOSPITAL AIDS COURSE
and the anniversary of the Metropolitan Baptist will. be Pastoral Day HiCHSCHOOL DIPLOMA P..CO;) t *'
pastor beginning Sunday, July present.At United Methodist Church Joins ProJect Equalitycommittee
6, at 3 p.m Rev F. D. Davis 6:30: Sunday, July 30, Elder
Is pastor The Impressive Young of Day Spring Holiness HOUSTON, Texas-Juno 17, to apply immediately for of the board which Held At First Born Application Deadline Aug. 19.
services will feature the church will be present.At8p.m 1969--The General Board of member ship as a supplier, studied the matter will continue Pastoral Day will be held at
Rev. Smith of United Baptist Publication of the United Mlntener said to function as a coordinatingand First Boca Temple, 825 West
will close out the anniversary.Each Methodist Church, doing business Project Equality Is an organi- liaison group for all matters Monroe, Sunday, Sunday School BOLDENS COLLEGE OF MUSIC, INC.
church pastor will be as the Methodist Pub- zation designed to promote fair Involving Project Equality and begins at 10 a.m The morning llJG W. ZOth Street
accompaled by his choir and lishing House, acting through employment for minority The Methodist Houston, Texas, worship: begins at 11 a.m w'th' 354-OOnr .W-i7&! 6.64G5<
congregation. The church is Its executive commlttge, voted groups chairman; Cawthon A. Bowen, Minister M.McQ'jo.!ntnrliario.
located in the 1900 block on unanimously today for the The 1968 General Conference Jr., Nashville Tennessee; '
West 4th. Methodist Publishing House to ot the United Methodist Church, Joseph E. LoweryAtlanta, r
Join Project Equality meeting in Dallas, voted to Georgia; Jack B. Russell,
Fishfoietfe Bradshaw Mintener of Wash- endorse Project Equality and Richmond, Virginia; Charles ,A.
ington, D.C., Board of Publication "recommended" that its Sayre, Haddonfield, New W ddins'Are Beautiful"SEE
Club Prepares chairman, said the decision boards, agencies, and local. Jersey; and alternate memberH.
was based on the reportof churches participants in it. Thornton Fowler, Nashville,
a fpecial five-member The special five-man Tennessee. YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL (010'> "
For Lawn Party committee .of the board, r

1 The Fashlonette Host and appointed to Involved study all in the Pro-considerations Your professional beautician Complete Photo Wedding I( Service

REvFD.DAVISappearance Hostess Club Is giving a ject Equality participation knows the .
Derschaker lawn party Saturday answer. -
The Methodist Publishing "WE GIVE YOU THESE SERVICES"
of distinguished
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night, July 12, at the home of .
ministers and workers from Mr. Jack Barr Parker, 2508 House, through the five-nun ,
surrounding areas West 15th. The public Is invitedto committee of the Board of Publication 1 1. C.P.S. COL01' PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES)

On Sunday at 3 p.m. Rer. attend Mrs. Ruth Deal is has been authorized
Marshall of Morning Star Free- 2. COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE

will Baptist and his congregation president.The club. will meet Tuesday, Mf. Moriah Is peroxide needed to 4 _
3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING
of the
will have charge
8 home
July at the of Mrs.
services Gloria Dumar, 2536 West 23rd, color unwanted hair?
On Monday night four at 8:30 p.m. President RuthM. Baptist Plans gray 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY
ministers present with their Deal expects each member.
congregations will be R n. 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES"
Mrs. J.L. Solomon Is reporter.
Odoms of.Murchlson Temple Big Dual DayThe Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
CHE,. Rev Warren, Varlck Reddick hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re- 6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM
Memorial AME Zion and Rev. Dr. Annual Dual Day of Mt laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older qt
Marbley of St. Matthews Moriah Baptist Church, 1953 than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging 7. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE.
Methodist and Rev. Bethel of Discusses A West 9th, will be Sunday, July effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
Henry Gordon Methodist 13. The Sunday School will begin halrcolorlng which may change the natural hair color' while 8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING .'
Church. at 9.30: a.m. coloring gray. .ARRANGEMENTS t
Thursday night will feature tIJe Spiritual-World to the morning service Mrs. Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of INCLUDED '.
appearance of Rev. Jake Ray Leorna Daniels will be in their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a 9. RECEPTION- PHOTO ALSO
of Union Progressive Baptist. Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor charge, with the women playing problem. These experts also know that Clalrol created semi. .' .
Rev.Llptrot olsecc Bethel: of Grant Memorial AME'' a major role At 4 p.m. the permanent Loving Care" hair color lotiom without peroxide. "WE ifcPLOK'EYO'J: TO CHECK WITH.ANY OF CUrt PAST
Baptist and Rev Peoples of Church, will preach Sunday young people, led by Miss to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
'Magnolia Baptist Church. morning from the them Cynthia Hall of Fernandina also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical BRIDES: OR GROOMS ON.PHOTO SA'rlSF ACTIO ". .

On Friday night, July 11, present "Bridging the Gap" and Sunday Beach, will participate. processing. Because of Its mildness, Loving Care maintains
will be Elder Cooper of evening at 6:45 on "A Spiritual At.8 p.m. Rev Gatsoo will healthy looking hair and lasts 'through a month of shampoos. '
\ Atlantic Beacb Holiness. World.! speak for the men< Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her Bob i Smiih Studio '
'j Church,' Rev Carter.of: New\ Holy communion will be administered Rev H.L. Herod Is pastor, hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. ] ; .
., Galilee, Baptist and Elder at both services.All The Sunrise Gospel Singers Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clalrol productsand
Marbley of the Holy Church of choirs and ushers will commune will give an afterservice program the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most .. .
" a Deliverance In the evening services Sunday night, July 6.! beginning personalized haircolorlng effects every time she visits her salon. 2422 NOTTH': MYRTLE AVEtS" .' .. 768.3200OFFICE .
Sunday, July 13,In the morning, The Sunday School begins at at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. If you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your .* : HOURS
.the regular order of services ':30 ..... with Superintendent Catherine Pugh will be In beautician to glamorize It with Loving Care
be followed. Rev. F.D.. ,J..y" Host and his '' .charge. .itiW
rill staff incharge. I
a Clelrol1no.1M7 Courtesy CI.IIOIInc. / 9oo; TO e.oo: SAT. i> SUN n.oo: TO a.-oo p M f
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I Virginia U. Professor. Heads' Mt. Holyoke Division Of Black Studies For 1969-70 I



Rev. Edward D. McCreary Jr.

"II The HIM Of The Father. Heads
Department
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SOUTH HADLET Mass-The Rev Edward D. McCreary
Jr. has been appointed coordinator of black studies at KounlHolyoke

REJECTION College, Gerhard Loewenberg Acting Academic Dean,
DE ULB m-NPO"ReJectlons were posted on both sidesof .announced.
the "Black Manifesto" proposal last week at the Northern The Rev. McCreary, who will rdded to thectrrlcuUm:
Illinois conference United Methodist church. On one side, the be at Mount Holyoke during the Minorities, The Black
denomination rejected the demand of James Forman for $500 _academic year 1969-70. ta pro Experience in White Society and
million In "reparations" and Black clergymen and lay leaders fessor of philosophy and religion ,Patterns of Minority Politics
turned down a substitute proposal that Would provide more at Virginia Union University Seminars in Black American
funds for Black and Spanish-speaking church work in the coo. and minister of the Writers and The Urbanisation

ference. Mount Carmel Baptist Church, of the American Negro were
Richmond. He will also be a added to the curriculum last
CRITICISM lecturer In religion at Mount year and will be ottered again
PITTSBURGH! Pa.-NPI.Not all the Black clergy are in Holyoke Additional courses will be

accord with the "Black ManIfesto' promulgated by James According to Mr. Loewenberg available at Smith and Amherst
Forman Bishop Roy C. Nichols one of the sic Black prelates The Re T. McCreary, whose Colleges and the University of
of the United Methodist church declared, "Forman's con daughter, Edwina, graduatedfrom Massachusetts as part of the
frontatloo appears lobe i schock technique to force the churches ( + k Mount Holyoke In June Five-College Cooperation program -
to face the serious racial situation In the nation, but the 4.a will work with existing depart .
plan and procedure do not give evidence of a program to dealt meats la the further develop. The Rev McCreary received
with the crucial problems of the Black community y evaaccMS "a ment of new xourses and the his A,B. degree from Virginia
materialin Union University his B.D. degree
'IT'S OFFICIALCHICAGONPI.The I4d ,% Incorporation of new -
in black from Andover Newton
existing courses
Rev George H. Clements associate
Theological School and ThU
pastor St Jtorothy's Catholic church who was passed over studies
I He will work with existing and Th. degrees from Union
recently in\ becoming tbe successor to the retiring pastor He
in recruitment of. Theological Seminary. has
has been named of church A departments
now pastor Holy Angels row
competent In the done post-doctoral cour..wurkat
new faculty
was stirred up among parishioners and Black groups when
field of black studies and also University of Chicago and
another Black priest the Rev Rollins Lambert was moved
the recruitment of other black Columbia University.
into the St. Dorothy's pastorate,
faculty. He will also serve asa He has taught at Virginia Union
member of the advisory University for 24 years specializing .
ANOTHER REJECTION Y Yfu'
:T of students electing in systematic theology
WASHINGTON-NPI)..Unlted Methodist Bishop John Wesley committee
in and philosophy of religion
an Interdepartmental major
Lord bad another rejection to propose against the "Black
and will represent history of Christian thought
black studies ,
"
Manifesto. His opposition was against the "rhetoric of
in the development Christian ethics and the church
4/ Mount Holyoke
violence and revolution" It contained "and the Implicationthat Ikrr
of black studies at neighboring and contemporary black
racial apartheid I is a prerequisite for building a just' .
society." He said the church would back "a massive re-order colleges.The strategies.As
log of religious governmental and private priorities, so that black studies major a clergyman he has served
emphasizes the study of Afro- as pastor of St. John Baptist
the valid objectives of the 'Manifesto' might be obtained'
American culture, stressing Church, WoburMass.Trinlty
'NO SINGLE TARGET particularly the black Baptist Chinch, Newport News,

NEW Y03K-NPl--Attempts( ) to reduce discrimination with x'1, experience in Amorlcanhlstory Va., Westwood Baptist Church,

out trying to change attitudes are "probably doomed to half- and society, the contributions of Richmond, Va
measnrer, token compliance and transient victories black men and women>> to art and He is a member of the

accompanied by deep resentments," declared the editors of a literature in the United States executive boards of the Baptlsl
book U.S.A. based k and elsewhere and the role of General Convention of Virginia
new "Prejudice on a three-day University $ :
of California symposium The view taken by Dr Charles Y. black Americans in contemporary and the Lott-Carey Foreign

Gljck: sociologist( and psychologist EllenSiegelman,co-editors American political Mission Convention member of
of the book, Is that "although attempts to Improve race relations and social developments. the American Baptist Convention
Possible areas of concentration American Association of
have been focused almost
exclusively on eradicating
discrimination, the most pressing domestic problem is to Baptteni! by immersion, is one of the strong tenets of tile Thr rite of baptism 1s one of the great commissions of the include economics and University Professors, Institute
eliminate prejudices Missionary Baptist Church In the picture above Rev DD Baptist church. Converts are baptized In the name at the Father sociology history and political of Religion and Virginia
Barnes, pastor of Peace Missionary Baptist Church is shown Son and Holy Ghost The church is located at Van Buren and science. Wjrk may also be Humanities Conference
IN BAD TASTE performing the rites of baptism In the pool of the church, Jessie All are welcome. taken In such fields as education He is the author of several

CHlCAGO-NPI--Archblshop) John Cardinal Cody found him- Assisting Rev. Barnes is Brother George Clark, Jr,a deacon,_ English, georgraphy publications and has traveled

self the target of a re/ewed demand for $7 million re* dance, psychology religion and widely in Europe, Asia and
parations last week when he is said to have quipped.have In IIIterdepartmentalscmlDarl. Africa.
already expended In the black community $10 million so they CHurch NewsM03NING 'Three new courses have beenTWO
owe me a refund of $3 million, Immediately the Concerned
Black Catholics which says it speaks tor the 90,000 Black

Catholics in the archdiocese stepped up demands that the ; STAR CHUkJCH Bathe Bess and Wallace Mims will be at the instruments for MINIffE5

'I archdiocese chip in Its part of the money., The Morning Star Free Will Church, 1528 East 20, will tx the morning service Friendly Usher Board No 1 will serve

host to hundreds of youngsters during; its Youth Crusade to Consecration for the evening worship will begin at 4:45: at .
Christ fiora July' 14 to and Including July 20. Among young the close of the service communion will be administered. Rer. 'tv".NILI'f.! 8WLE }
Bishop D. Shingles Of First 1 Born Diesto monisters who will take part are Rev, E. Calhoun Rev H, Burgess will speak at both services. Irayer meeting Tbuesday mil SMM tocinrCHICAOO Mil.IIIIAN t'

Bishop D N. Shingles of the Jacksonville and will lie in Rhine, Rev, R. Shanks, Rev, F.D. ichardson, Rev. A.L. Jones, night Bible'' study V is featured the same: evening Choir rehearsals IIUNOII eons -4
diocese of the South Florida state at the First Born Temp's! Jr. and Rev,\J.L. Morgan.Miss Bevely Lawrence Is chairman are Wednesday and Friday nights. Mrs Bessie I 1

district t of the First Bon 825 West Monroe, from Jjly ,Rev Walter Marshall Sr is pastor. :Merchant secretary. and reporter. V

Church of the Loving God, died 8 at 3 p m until We Jnescl.1ymOl'4ng THE,' RESURRECTION DAY
June 27 In Lakeland in the The funeral motor. MACEDONIA BAPTIST SECOND: BAPTISTHoly
hospital code will then procedo to Way Services begin with the Church School 9.30am, with Deacon comra jnlon will be Sunday at 6 p.m Rer. James Sams, 'In Psalm 2:7: we find the pro. [ished work of salvation, those
Bishop! Shingles lived in Plant Cross Ga for the funeral John E. Singleton and staff of teacher In charge Consecration assisted by associate ministers and deacons wllbela charge. phetlc words: "t/ will declare' the who place their trust in Hun are
'I .city f t The body will be brought! win take place at 10:45: with Pastor Burgess in charge Mrs! Fellowship will be extended Sunday School begins at 9.30 decree: The lord hath? laid unto given His resurrection life and
;, a.m. Rev Sams will review the lesson Consecration will take Ms Thou art My Son: THIS' DAY blessed/ with all spiritual bless'
have I begotten The." < in in Christ"Eph.
at 10:45. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The Ings heavenly places
place
:
Should we ask: "What day" or, ( 1:3)). This is their RESUR
EARNING BTU will be at 4:45. The Dally Vacation Bible School begins When was Christ declared to be RECTION DAYI!
and LEARNING on July 7 and ends July 20. All children are in/Ited The the Son of God" we will find the
Prayer of Faith Hour will be' held Tuesday at 7 p m, Rev. answer in Acts 13:33.
Sams Will conduct the Bible Period The off leers and Teachers "God hath fulfilled the same For Methodism
Boys & Girls Can Make Money: Council will be Friday at 7 p.m. Rer.,Sams will be In charge. promises] unto us in that
HE RAISED UP JESUS AGAIN; ai
I NEW SALEM BAPTIST ,It li also' written In the second

Services begin with the Sunday School at 9:3). Mrs Ines Psalm: Thou art My Son THIS
Scott, assistant superintendent will be to charge The lesson DAY have I begotten The,"
Hundreds 01 Florida Star Newsboys Are will be reviewed >>y the pastor or an appolntea. The morning So it was at Christ resurrec

de/otlons will be at 11 a.m, with Deacons A. WIlbert and J.W. tion that the decree' was mad
Wilder in charge Choirs No l i..nd lo. 3 and Usher Board No.1 and He was declared'' to be the
EARNING From M. to 510. O : Son of God "
in
Weekly ,i' will serve throughout the day. Holy Comm onion will be ad larger lens of the begotten"word. the El
1 I ministered at 3 p.m. withthe pastor associate ministers and
This agrees with what we find
And [LEARNING to do business. dncons in charge The pastowill deliver both sermons On in the first chapter of Romans,
.
.
,
.- Monday night Choir No 3 will rehearse
I
..\ far Player nuntlng will, where St. Paul speaks of God'sgood
YOUNGSTERS 1 If You are smart" ,:, ):: be Tuesday night. On Wednesday night Choir No. 1 rehearses news,
you : : On Thursday night Choir No 2 rehearses Choir No I will Concerning/ His Son Jesus
'' worship at the First Corinth Baptist New Salem is located Christ our Lord, Who was mad
and want to earn your own money : \.l.,' at 1281 West 22nd Ref WO. Rogers Is pastor Mrs C. of he seed of David according to
,
Sampuan is reporter, the flesh; and DECLARED TO BETH
this is ,the'W.y to do it ':." SON OF GOD WITH POWER
EMANUEL BAPTIST BY THE RESURRECTIONFROM REV. ARTHUR CROWELL
/ THE DEAD" (Rom, .
1:4): )
PARENTS I Your child may not need a hour Teachers with meeting the and prayer meeting will be at the usual This Is a wonderful truth. It Rev Arthur Crowell above,
pastor and officers In On
charge was of
Wednesday was Chrisfi resurrection from the one the many ministersof
\ : Choir No. 3 '*1U rehearse On Thursday the noonday prayer dead In power that proved Him Indeed the United Methodist Churn
: money, but the training gained as a mealing is held at the church Choirs No, 1 and No! 2 will to be God the Son. And of the Florida Conference who
rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. On Saturday all youth departments more wonderful still, it was our Joined hands with others in the
f I I.t I. will meet at 10 arm Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. death He died at Calvary so that historic merger of blacks and
newsboy will help him to be successful I Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith in charge The lesson I He might 'Impart to us this aver whites at Lakeland More than
will be reviewed by an appointee Consecration begins at; lasting resurrection life, In Eph 8,000 Blacks were representedat
10:50: a m The 2:2,3, we are all declared to be
mowing worship begins at 11 arm with the' the conference The white
t in later life. Many of the most successful ; : deacons In in charge.Preaching is at 12 noon The deacons will be and"Th therefore children"by of nature disobedience"the chil majority totals some. 304,000,

charge of the preceding devotlonaU B.T.U. is at 5\ p m. dren of wrath" but see how this Bishop James Henley presided
f with Duion James Phillips In charge. The evening worship passage continues: at the meetings at Florida
men were Newsboys Start A Route ', begins at 6:30 p m Choir No. 3 and the Children's Choir;; But God, who Is rich in mercy, Southern College. A budget of
Usher: Board No. 3 and Usher Board No. 4 wWlGm.. Miss for His great love wherewith" H* $5,000,000 was approved
V Va Loretta Collins and Mrs. S.L. Badger will be in charge of 'loved us, even when we were '
Anywhere You Lire In-. Florida. V mule The charch Is located at 2221 Forest Street e1. S.L. dead In sins. HATH QUICKENED' labia Temple Elects]
I Badge' Is pastor US TOGETHER WITH CHRIST (by
grace are ye saved), and HATH
*, * Clearwater RAISED US UP TOGETHER AND Officials For 1969
r : MADE US TO SIT TOGETHER IN '
Presblerians Receive''HEAVENLY PLACES 'IN 'CHRIST Rabin Temple No. 8 mot recently

S IN MEMORIAM JESUS" ((ph. 2(46)). and elected officers j
:ys a Associate Pastor Thus, because of Christ fin. These officers are:Illustrious

George F. Davis, potentate;
CLEAaWTER: ; Rev John N. Church Of Christ William Wilcox, chief Rabao;
.'; Hollls Jr,, graduate of A.
fill pit yin II lisiuss rOUT E. Henry, assistant Rabat,
Tk&egee Institute and of the
John Dukes Priest and
High
lists ,
a vr' Gammon Activities
Theological Seminary
V ,
V Prophet Samuel Graham,
FILL THIS COUPON TODAY of Atlanta, has been called to The Church oriental guide,' William C,
the associate of
Christ
of
:' f\ pastorate the Brown;treasurer.
-JiDA: STAR 2323 Moncrief Road,'Jacksonville,Florida : church of the Reconciler United Road Written In Heaven 1430 Kings And J.S. Coppock record; .
Elder Thomas
Presbyterian Clearwater Brows Brady Bryant, first ceremonial

............ .................... ... ................ ... CARDS OF THANKS Mrs.pastor activities has for listed the a Den number week of of master the; guard Gofer; Haggan JD. ColemHIouter captain I
Rozen P.
FIRST NAME LAST NAME Middle Is reporter
The family of the late Bishop guard; Claude Bryant;
Edward White would like to Sunday School begins 10am ma:shall. L.C. EnID director L

thank everyone for kndness and Classes will betaugat L.M. Argrettchairstwdauditors
u *I
'
.ADDRESS, STREET I NUMBER PHONE NO."" + thoU&btlulneSllhon illness andbereavement.during the follows Adults: Adults Jinlor Mrs V. Powell Thomas, deputy.committee;

f." ; :: ::" Signed Bishop Mary'Ann White I .Williams_ ; Junlors.MoWFowler. Mrs A. Thomas Williams Is reorter.,

Send" my child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on 'ft .! : UDun ; Beginners' Mrs '
'J credit to start him in business ; 1 will pay their '.'" -f WALKER IN MEMORIAM Black Bishop Cnosei]
'. JEFF, The pastor will
FLORIDA STAR 15? for each copy he sells. Those give the lesson
r that i .are !not sold, I will return and will not be In loving memory of our beloved Jlmrale In Memory of the late ..... explanation. Services begin at At Episcopal Meetii!
to .. Richardson, who departed noon. On Tuesday night
required pay for unsold copies. ; : one, Jeff T Walker whodeparted the
this 11/e July 4, 1963. Home Mission prayer meeting BOSTON: The Right t Rev. John
r this life one year ago Wo do not forget you nor. do and the Sunday School lesson M. Burgess was elected thtl
!5 1968
July Though be is gone we Intend. We think of you will be featured Deacon L.C. first Black blsft.'tD: the history I Iof
he heart and
of the
SIGNATURE OF PARENT.GUARDIAN. V tragedy will live memory forever... often and will to the end Signed: FraBklln will teach On the Protest 1t Episcopal at]
Viola Richardson and wife and Thursday night the tarry, J special wCIIUse
.', r .J', Signed! ,Mother,and Family. mother and family. service will be held. her. In GMUUlast
:1 .\ diocese.

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i Religion And RaceBY Carver Station Celebrates CIVIL ROUNDUPBY RIGHTS



NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL

IFCO HEAD NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
NEW YORMNPO-The new president of the Intenellglous : ;: JURY BIASATLANTIC
Foundation tor Community Organization (IFCO) Is the Rev
CITY, N.J-NP--A! sail hasbeeabrougtatagainst:
Earl Houston He succeeds Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum,
E.
Allen
Atlantic: county officials by the NAACP Legal Defense and Eefecatlouil
chief of the Interfaith
of the American Jewish committee u
Fund,charglngdlscrlmlnai.loaajd: s/slemaMc exclusion
coalition of qualified: Blacks from Jury duty. Named as plaintiffs.are
er the Jury cominlJHloaeri, sheriff and county board of election
CHURCH: WOHK officials.:\
WASHINGTONNPl"Some} 500 youngsters bue begunwork ID i, ,

churches and church-related organization in metropolitan r 33 nus LA1'EItCKlCAGONP1).Thlrtythrtt
Youth Corps (NYC) program
Washington: under a Neighborhood
Churches of Greater Washington.The 1 years :ago, 'James Bjrston: ,
of
sponsored: by the Council / ; ( ( then 21, escaped: from a Georgia chain gang wber be wit
youths, ranging from 14 to !(years of Ice, are assigned to I
serving a sentence for what: he says was "wrongful convictionof
some 29 different locations throughout the city and the suburbs. robbery and a shooting." Last week, on an anonymous tip,

RACIAL STUDY : Burston was arrested! and held for an extradition hear ing. However
MEMPH5NP1)) community: program hu been launched he says he will fight efforts to return him to Efflngnam
In the suburbs to study Negro-white racial attitudes under the : county (Ga.) to serve out the rest of his sentence.

title of Project NAME sponsored by the Centers Continuing :
Adult Education of Sieaa and Southwestern colleges. Some 30 '68 REPORT

Catholic nuns began knocking on doors of white citizens In ; JEFFERSON CITY= M-NPi-A( record 657 7 cues of discrimination

selected JomuuUty areas to leave questionnaires and tscuss were received by the Missouri Commission. on
racial attitudes sad problems with homeowners. The program, Human Rights, during the year 1958. There sore 115 public
which: began June 23, will be brought to a clow on Aug. 8 accommodation: complaints, all except one of which were based
on race; three fourths of all employment! complaints well
INTERVENTION' basad on race, and the number of complaints this category
NEW rOlU -(NP)Officials: of the United Church of Christ rose by 51 over that of 1967
intervene last week In behalf of the Rev.Ratpa David Abernathy,
SCLC president, sad leader of the Charleston (S.C.) hospital WINS m I

strike. The officials djpatched telegrams to President Nixon ATLANTIC CITY, N J. (NPI--CharlesJEvers) newly-elected
ud Charleston and South Carolina officials demanding an mayor of Fayette, Miss., woo :another election when he was
4mm.-diate redaction of $203,000 ball set for Her. Aberuathy The Carver Station Social Security office celebrated Its first service to the people of the western section of this city. Mr. named to the new national board of American Veterans

and his followers after their arrest. anniversary of operation on Friday, June n, 1989. The Carver Middleton Invites anyone Woo: wishes to tile a claim for social committee, witch mOl:; recently In Hotel Shelburne for its

Station office, located at 2188 West 13th Street at Canal, began security benefits, wants to get a social: security card or who "Citizens First, Veterans Second' convention. He was one of
TOP ITEMS operation on June 28, 1968 w.th. a trained staff! of seven peopleto Just wants information to come by the Carver Station office. five Black men named to the board, the others being Dock
LOS A.'fGELES-Np-.W'oleD the National Catholic Coherence provide social security service the peopled West Jackson: The office is open from 8:30: to 4;30 .Monday through Fridayand Gordon, AVC Jackson' (Mis*.) chapter office;; Waiter Fish,
for Interracial Justice holds Its biennial convention at Loyola ville. James H. Middleton, officer In Charge of the Carver from 9.00; to 12:JM on Saturday. The staff shown above, director, of library, Morgan State college, Ed Collier.Chicago;
college, Aug. 21-24, top Items on the agenda will be reparationsfor Station office, states that the first year of operation has been from the left, Is comprised of.Cornelius: Burke, Jan Kicklighter and Lavell Meritt, veterans affairs coordinator,.Washington
social Injustices, church response to :seeds of oppressed very successful and that the Carver Station office' Is accomplishing Laura Pitney, Nan'cy Hunt, Carole Webster, Jim Middleton (D.C.) Urban League.
minorities, and the boycott of California grapes Ainong'Jie main the mission for which It was established by providing and Lloyd (Otter.;
speakers will be the Rev. Jesse Jackson, head of Operation
Breadbasket. St. Louis Mortician NamedAs

Your In The Interest Of Education

AGREES FINALLYHOUSKW Directors' Man Of Year
..(NPl--The executive committee of the Methodist

board of publications had finally agreed to become a participating Social ATLAN rA.44( P-.Fulton) Ed- Funeral home and laier at the
mcmter of Project Equality the four-year-oldprocnm ii1.:1
'
ward Culkln, prominent American Funeral home there!
Initiated by the National Catholic Coference for Interracial
mortician of St. Lou's, has been he received the inspiration and
Justice designed to promote fair employment. The publishing
selected by the board of encouragement to further himself
house had been under fire for several raoa'hs because ,
Lcy
I directors of the National in the funeral profession.
delayed nuking a decision on Joining the program Security Funeral Directors and In 1938, he graduated f om the

: Morticians association receive St. Louis School of Mortuary
REPARATION REPLYST. HEARING Its coveted "Mortician of Science and became a licensed
S57 INQUIRE[ BEFORE
NPI--One result of demands mr.de
LOtrS-( reparation by
embalmer In 1940 with the
YOU RETIRE I I the Year" award. ,
Black militants is a promise of a $200,000 loan, without i :
'
[ Culkln will be honored and Roberts Funeral homeIn
interest, to help build low-Income bousing The loan, spreadto 10 : t. i, ,. I presented with the award at the 1941, he joined the staff of
the Second Presbyterian church is being: tiansferred f
by ,
: 32nd aniual convention o/ the the Ellis Funeral home as an
from nd33.gnated (fund to the Ecumenical Housing! Fond of
association, which rnsets Aug. embalmer and was later promoted -
f[
the Center for Urban Aaalrs.JQXOH .
Inierreligious
3-7 at the Regency Hyatt House. tomaucer ,anc1presi-
; .1 Robert t H. Miller, NFDMA dent In 1937. He has held Innumerable
FAMU Grad TherapistWith "i general secretary who positions of trust and

announced the selection of responsibility which include

Ford In Montclair NJ "I do not have a birth certificate Culkln, said the N'1rc1ts pre- membership oa the board of
and the state did not 'vented each year to the director National Funeral
record births when I was born. mortician "who has made the Directors and Morticians association
TETERBOKO When Lee veterans. It rewarding work
N.J. was
How will I most outstanding! coat Ibutlon ; president, Missouri
Fay son Jr., was graduated and I vis extremely Impressedby prove my age '-
I advancement of Licensed Embalmers> association -
when I apply for Social Sec: to the : our profession
humor and
from Florida A&MIn 1964 witha their good
urity.?" This question Is and the wtlfare of his ; president, Epsilon Nu
B.S. In physical education, courage. community." Delta Mortuary fraternity, and
frequently asked
he never dreamed his future Despite satisfaction with tin people nearing retirement by Culkln, who Is president the governor, DIsh 1ct No. 7 of the
would be with Ford Motor Com he believes opportunity for age, '
'
job, slates: James H. Middleton, -ti" Ellis Funeral homo, St. Louis, association.
pany. advancement was llml'ed. Officer in -was'born In Vlcksburg, Mist, In 1968 he was elected president -
Charge of the 13th
et five years later: he made, "After you become a cor ectlve Street Social Security office. where he received early edu. of the Saint Louis Undertakers -
the transition from teacher to therapist,. .there is not m ach However, the social Security; The smiling young lady In the picture Is none other than Essie Black shear, daughter of Dr.. cation. In 1930, he in/ved to St. association, and at the
conective therapist to product farther you :an go In the field," Administration} can use other Stewart of Edward Waters College, who, was one of the 129 graduates of the school this year.The Louis where he was first em salon time,appointed by Warren

merchandiser with thecompany' he said. documents to prove a person's young lady majored In elementary education.--Dob Smith Photo. ployed at the Emmett Touey .CONTINUED ON PAGE ((0
Autolite-Ford Parts .
"I saw tremendous opportunity
'
art. When birth certificate la .
Division In Teterboro. Insteadof for advancement at Ford," he not -availaMn! other documents- HE LP FIGHT CANCER

discussing general science added, "and so far everythinghas commonly used are: baptismal J
and football with a 9th grade "
worked out perfectly. records family Bibles WITH A CHECKUP
class, he Is talking about the Under the leadership! of the ,
insurance school
policies reCords -
merits of Autollte spark plugs service andproduct merchandising Ii : -
federal census records :;
and batteries. managers, Mr. HEM UUIT
and many other old nents.
Mr. Fayson, 26, has been with Fayson attends training
The federal censjs record la
Autollte-Foid since January.He Autollte-Ford SUMMER CLASSNow -
sessions on pro frequently used. It Is available \ i1 i--
began his career In the ducts. When he is not In the form the Bureau of the _
Jackson/llle, Fla., school classroom, he Is out In the Starting .
Census at a cost of |4.
system. Because of his degree field with jobber and warehouse 1 .. ..
in physical education and because salesmen."It Those nearing retLeoun.: age Hospital Aide Class : .,.
he played football in both is up to tha salesman to are usged to contact the social Cashler-Sales-Clerk v- a

high school and college, he was sell the product," Mr. Fayson security office several months MCIndergartea' Teachers r--# -
asked to set up a physical edu. explained. "WUen a customer before retirement to see whan: Aide
cation program for five schools wants to kno* why he should profs they will needl P.aiij-Gntar-Tli9ory;, i
In the district. buy our product, that Is where By obtaining proof of your Dan: :ladOrcheatialiu'ru-/

With this background, the U.S. I come In. I am trained to bean age for Social Security contact in'nis'
go/eminent soon hired him and expert on the Autollte- Fo.d .either of the Social Secutlty BOlDEH-S COLLEGE ,
sent him to school for line and I can explain technical offices In Jacksonville. The
corrective therapy at Veterans details which distinguish out ofIces are located at 2188 West 1813 West 2UthSt.e3tRegistrar

Administration Hospital in products from others. I also 13th St.eet telephone 791-2517 355-972'. Call +

Tuskegee, Ala. After training, help the customers with promotional and at 400' West- Cay Street tel- Mon., Tens, Wed., and Fri. _
he went to the VA hospital in and :display ideas." Ipb.ll1e 731. 85l. 7:30 to 10.0JSEAFOOD :

East Orange, N J. where heworked Mr. Favson and his wife. Call
three years. have two.children--Tit rrell, 9:

"I really eajo/td the work," and Delanls, 2. They live In '- *
Mr. Fayson said "For a while Montclair, N.J. His parents, CENTERt36NMYT'4AVE _
I mainly helped stroke and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fayson, live

ni'iltiple' sclerosis victims ex-, at 1 lona Sti eel,Jacksonville, ,
last six months Fla. JL
ercise. But the
Seafood Center Crow
there, I saw quite few Vietnam Triple 4

Sets Special Group Ge" Boat Whiting. At R. J. Reynolds
NAACP Up Drum v.u'u.i 49C

Sheep Nos. ...................;.'....\,........ .
I things are on

For Aiding Housing Prediction SaltWater Brim 39C _

large Mullet ................................. LB the moveBut _
Members of the Florida Con- to confer With Walt Disney i

ference of National Association: World and Gulf American Corp. I SPOTS .._....................................J........ LB. SS;

for the Advancement Colored officials In an effort to force CA FISH ............................................... lB. 75YfLLOW

People movedSaturday assist creation of low and moderate JAIL SNAPPER ......................., lb. 89' thoyre en the move ovtryplaci IM! toe. Se,

Black capitalism In the housing black income housing In facilities with GEN. BLACK SEA BASS ........................ lb. 59'LIVE .. why ihout about it? At R. I. Reynold we've long roeof _ _

market and estaolisbed; the Pro-independent developments.to imput proposed new CRABS .........i................................ lb. 19' _ _. :... ,4 41 nlnd our obllptloni to the block community ond ________
Florida Housing woVo boon doing lomothinf about It. lomothlnf now ____

ducers Association to carry out othe r business, the new SPEC. TROUT ........................................ lb. 75' ond dlftoront.
a program af housing for low Florida Housing Producers FRESH FILLETS ....................................... lb. 98' Our tralnooi tit more thin joel e Job offer. We _ _
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and middle Income families. Association elected8onny : offor thorn o career with e bright and rewarding
Some 200 persons heard Dr. Wright, a Miami real casts IC future.And we back up our lifer with! Me best trainln R

James A. Box, assistant to Cov, broker, president,andRobert WHEN 4.. : ( we can provide.
YOU ARE %
Claude Kirk, describe "Opera Little, president or Major Construction IlL ; Our program' hat fjvon te many earoer-mlndod \: "

tion Breakthrough," an idea of Corp. of Miami and C blsckp.pIethI.ppo'tunftytelaChfsrabetterllte ,, ... .
Secretary of Housing and Urban Tampa, as senior vice president You Seek The Best Doctor < h that wo caul help but bo proud.Thofi ..
Romney ,' / why wo lay "thlngi Ire on the emcee hilL _
Development George Wan Tour Doctor
to make housing available to Three area vice presents Experienced, Pharmacists Prescribesget a / I But wo dont hlYI te ihout about It. _ _

people at all income le/eta. are Lewis Carter, Jacksonville To Fill Prescriptions according
of the district, Jimmy Burt, Tampa To r
Marvin Davies, leader Your Doctor's Orders 4
(Central Florida) district and
conference held at Orlando's We Use Oly The Best Quality .
Parliament Rouse Inn,said they Nathaniel Strong, Miami Dings. _____ __
district. _
intend to call on church, civic br. t'. tt, BlacK
Edwin Norwood professor of .
to .
and other nonprofit groups
pr.prietor
of edjcatloo and chairman of
aid the
program the Association of Urban Affairs

sponsored The new by organisation the NAACP but, Florida At M University, t Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA

Tallahassee, was elected treasurer -
Independently controlled, plans
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low
obstacles to
to overcome
Marvin Davies, NAACP State
Income housing developmentssuch
and Field Director and originator Cosmetics-Rubber Goods Candles
"archaic" building
as
of the new group, said its purpose Sundries.yESCR1PT1ONS
interestrates
coning codas, wages,
Is to bring together BInd
land cost, building involved housingdevelopnunt CALLED FOR AND ,
persons ,
material cost and availability of
from real estate ,DELIVEREDLilly's -. '
materials. -i it
brokers to construction
Davies also suggested the
planning of whole cities with1'I> workers, so they nay "parti ,'I .
clpate in, be part of and con

lower industrial and parks moderate, consisting Income oT, trol moderate housing income built families.for low"and DrugShr; t' :,.

housing" and said.the group plans 4 t I
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were quickly dispatched to the Probably for my much the every night, but a friend of mint my fingers and not lute piopk
closet until the next Ironing same reason every glrldreanu ;"::; : < afi old DM (thai brushing! too much<<: staring ut me*

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ironing table-an 'expand chain jf wedding tradition-the : 'I' A;Absolutely not! No matter b>'>. fried! chicken md! coin-on i
top" model with dual matching gift from her fiance and t", ; "I/" ; what your hairs Me trusting the-cob ire still eaten lin er.
I when covered with a" floor- the set of .terUnIlahrar. the 'J can work wonders A consistent style But ikgint di-.hu. like
length, fringed tablecloth or 1 O .. z: :' program of 15 to 20 strokes '
symbol of permanence and : : } artichokes and asparagus (of H snot
apron so popular on the decorating :, \ : nightly is better than 100 fren- II
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today. With pride in the home. Both a V \' : \\1 1f grid
scene zied strokes!.; once a week Asyou also fit for infer( Relishes lie
natural beauty thatwill last forever -
table in :
several such covers,
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and value that will finger
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is cheese served in wlrtgea.
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P. chic senile table, bar, or sideboard Fruits em be eaten without I
ova will be a
your sterling
in the dining room,as an .', at the scalp and dun twist or utensils i iillhoiicji at form I il 1 dmners I
constant source of delight for : ; :
yank Between sh.impous try be
extra coffee table In the living the rest of life 'I fruit knives may provlded
your I of Kleenex tissues
packing strips ,
room or tim..vln. chef a for apples rean' or
assistant In the kitchen, When you buy sterling it t- between the brush bristles to pt.ii.hes You can pick up email
ware, there are two guides to absorb soil and Just be-
When wash-and-Ironing day crime cakes. including (petit: fours. with
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look for.Onelethe word sterling fore hair brushto .
comes around, you just whisk washing your your linn-rn. Hit Mid to folk
off your tablecloth and presto) the other is the manufacturer massage your scalp and for frosted! and lucky dewierls
panels which, at a fingertip Your accessory piece reverts to !* name or trademark loosen accumulated! dirt canal! oil. and I large slices of e ike. Just
touch, can be expanded to Ita work.a-day role.The stamped on the back of every Lw sew 4 ': : : ; Forget the old! wives' I hales. and remember that if food in crisp
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square off the normally ".xpand.a.top" panels, piece. The word sterling is 4 ? i'. \ brush away! und dry and is awkward. lo
rounded end Rugged and attractive : ;
a this model b practl which square off the normally your guarantee that your flatware .' ,, \, Q. To use finders or not to handle: with u knife md fork.
rounded end, can be left In the"up1 11 of silver- fine.er will do the tricl
cally designed for efficient made solid ; list finnrrs (hate my ques .
position for efficientironing that Is 925 silver I/" .l'
unlike of
But parts
grand
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of large, bulky items,
mother's ugly unwieldy or button and they and 7 5 parts of copper. It f*. ', :i : ,: .::1
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Ironing table, the expandtop" : to form the tradltional solid silver all the way through--- .l :
model his so many u..lt Ironing table shape there Is nothing to wear out or
closet need never be relegated to the Here an up-to.the-minute rub off, The manufacturer Aoa YOUR SKINNew

Perfect for more'efficient wrinkle In pressing equipment Identification Indicates that
natwork with steam or dry lure to take the creases out of the firm stands behind the pro from Amway and t product end the way the products
your chorea as laundress and wonderful for tired,weathered work together.
pressing, this modernized duct and is responsible for the .
hostess. skin is Artistry Facial-Ore Step I Cleans with Artistry
leads double life ,
equipment a design and craftsmanship .; .
';" Cream
I Trio I complete complexion Cleansing
care program,This facial Beauty begins with a clean
'. trio Includes Cleansing Cream glowing complexion 1
... Skin Freshener and Moisture Fluffy homogenized Artistry
I Cream -, all developed lo make Cleansing Cream spreads
EDGEWOOD RINGS! ON HER FINGERS-and: toes With the new gypsy look In fashion, Avon Introduces sUin care easier than ever, smoothly, melts quickly. Holds
AYE. B. STOKE exciting, sparkling-bright lipsticks called Ring Flings--each pa,:kaged with a wearable Every woman starts life with soil.skin secretions and makeupin
JACKSONVILLEmCHSTOrtE color-coordinated ring Fun, go-with-anythlng accessories, the rings are size-adjustable, and 1 naturally beautiful complexion suspension until tissued off,
decorated with tiny bouncy beads. Two new lipstick colors are Put-On.Pint. a pink shade with with the freshness the Beauty treats aa it deep cleans
coral tones; and Jazzberry an alluringly: cool shade of pink with grape tones Let your softness of youthful skin But with special Ingredients Leaves
MARKETS S A.M. TO accessories and your makeup tell your very own thing and have a Ring Fling, Outfit by right from the beginning the skin skin soft,moist and immaculately
S i .E R Mr. Gee Earrings by House of Joy Ring Fling lipsticks available from your local Avon has enemies The sum rays, clean
6 P.M. Representative From Sally Dickson associates, For Avon Products wind, indoor heal toil and time To Apply:
itself all take their toll by robbing Spread cream generouslywith
skin of precious moisture.Thau upward and outward motion
New Bathrooms Offer Best why I basic skin ore program I *. starting at the base of the
RATS OFOROWTH Is absolutely essential if skinls throat and working up across
CENTER CUT With Bizarre New Motifs"Bathrooms to keep its natural fresh look the line of the jaw, sweeping up
The Artistry Facial-Care Trio and out from the nose to the
with cherishes skin gives it the special ,temples On the forehead.
( have become the bath of reinforced plastic
It needs smooth the from the brow
care cream
PORK CHOPSGRADE Ivory Tower of the com seats on either side may be
Amwayi research chemists to the hairline and stroke up and
,temporary man,' says famous installed: s+, a bather can soak Although you may think have' spent many months in preparing out toward the temples on each
designer Emllle Pucci "Theyare in 32 Inches of warm and perfumed your hair grows like a weed, these enacting formulas. side Pay particular attention
the only place he can relax water, .right up to his the average head of hair They started with a thorough to the crease lines around the
esotao and dream."' fl ,chIn. I f>'f a. '' (** grow' at the rate'of Va Inch understanding of the skins nose Avoid pulling the skin
: The Ideal Bathroom dressing With fooms becoming per month. That is why con- needs Then they brought together handle It gently When finished
A SLICEDBACON room should have carpeting, more luxurious, people are tinuous curl be achieved select ingredients conducted tissue off,making sure all residue
9 fabric walls and curtains spending more time in that pursuit can exhaustive experiments Is removed. Repeat if necessary..
plants, flowers, pictures, and of cleanliness and enjoyingthe with only two home perma- and rigid tests until they were Step 1 Freshen willi Artistry
LB an armchair," says London's ultimate in bathing nents a year. completely satisfied with each Skin Freshener
Godfrey Bonsack an interior r .
designer speciallstaginluxurious 'ALP WLL BE OPEN JULY 4th'
SSLECTOCANHAMS bathrooms. "There's
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'bathroom, should not have one SHOP I I "Super-Right" Fully cooked (WHOSE: OR BUTT HAir LD59?)'
,42.69 good piece of antique furniture".
Be Japanese continue to make
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Helsinki to Hoboken; and, in <,, .
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LI QT. dazzling line of brilliantly

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Godfrey Bonsack, unable to,
VAN CAMPaPORK ,find the bathroom equipment he

wants, hu started up a business!
& BEANS 29 to make newlysbapedbatbsand II IIt

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corates the pieces i lavishly
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CANS \Amerlcahas Sherle Wagner,
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I ii here's the "how" to meal planning and creative? cookery I



Hail! Mighty Mousse

Cheese id Chips For Good Taste.

Chicken Casserole Laced



I With Blackeye Peas-Good!


When the tomlly turns noses S cups water; n5.'. InovenlS minutes.Combine 4
up and thumbs down on mealtime 2 packages ((10 ounces each) crushed Wise Potato Chips
favorites, up-date these frozen blackeye peas; and crumbled bacon; sprinkleover
dishes by adding an element of 1 1/2 cups coarsely crushed chicken in casserole Bake I',AL
j gllil'IIWA'I. '! surprise. Wise Potato Chips uncovered 15 minutes longer.
For example, chicken Cook bacon In large skillet, YIELD: 4 servings When the weather It warm, "cool it"with quick,simple foods
casserole laced with blackeye drain and crumble, reserve. Ham is another long-time that please the palate,the rye and the hostess From the Borden
d peas and onions has been a Measure bacon drippings; favorite. Spark new Interestby Kitchen comes this Salmon Party Mousse made in minutes with
off the pantry shelf-gelatine, nonfat dry milk (skim
family favorite for generations. return 1/4 cup to skillet. Add using It In a Develed Ham milk staples with a farm fresh flavor),and canned salmon,flavored with
It cornea to the table with a onion and cook until tender; Dip that has the added surprise mustard, capers and! reconstituted lemon juice.
new look and texture and a remove. Sprinkle chicken rith of Parmesan cheese Sulinon Party Mousse
surprise taste when t layer of 1 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon DEVILED HAM DIP: (Make 8 10)tervingt)
crushed potato chips is added monosodium glutamate and 1/4 2 cans (4 1/2 ounces each. ) 2 envelopes unflavored 2 ((1-Ib.) cans salmon,
during the last few minutes of teaspoon pepper. Brown on both deviled ham; gelatine drained,boned and flaked
'baking. Another unexpected sides In skillet about, 20 1 pint ((2 cups) sour cream; 1/4 3 caps cider water i vinegar 2 2 cups tablespoons diced celery capers
gradient that tips up this minutes, and remove Addwaterto 2 tablespoons finely chopped 2 cups cup Borden Nonfat Diy 1/4 cup reconstituted
casserole is crumbled bacon skillet, bring to a boll and onion: Milk,dl'Y foun lemon Juice
added right along with the chips scrape brown particles from 1/3 cup grated Parmesan 2 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons dehydrated
for a tang"extra' skillet Add blackeye peas with cheese, 2 teaspoons dry mustard instant minced onion
CHICKEN CHIP CASSEROLE: r.ma1BI.DIll/Z teaspoons salt, Chopped parsley In a medium-size saucepan spi Inkle gelatine over 1/2 cup' of
; :
the \\atei. Let stand until softened Add remaining water, vinegar
,1/2 pound bacon; 1 teaspoon monosodium Wise Ridgies. ,nonfat dry milk, salt and dry must aid. Place over low heat;
2 medium onions, sliced; glutamate and 1/4 teaspoon Combine deviled ham, sour nth constantly for about 5 minutes 01 until gelatine Is dissolved.
j 1 broiler-Fryer chicken, quar- pepper. Separate peas with folk. cream, onion and cheese. Mix Remove from heat. Pour into deep mixing bowl Place bowl over
'.a r11.Mlim tered; Reduce: beat; cover and simmer well. Turn into serving bowl, Ice water Stir gently until mixture( Is the consistency of unbeaten
2 1/2 teaspoons salt, divided, SO minutes. Drain peas and garnish with chopped parsleyand egg whites. In a medium-size mixing I bowl combine salmon
celery,canes,lemon juice and onion. Fold Into chilled gela-
1 1/2 teaspoons monosodium add, with 1 cup liquid to Z 1/2- serve with Wise Rldgies. tine mixture four into lightly l oiled C-cup mold Refrigerateabout
glutamate divided; quart casserole. Place chicken YIELD: Approximately S cups 4 houis 01 until set Unmold on serving platter. Garnish
1/2 teaspoon pepper divided; quarters on top. Cover; bake in dip. with 1I11a.IItI'l'I'ns. lemon rind roses and radish loses

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a long-time family favorite gets new Interest when It'. combined with sour cream, : ;': 0 I@XIDd'S'
chopped onion parsley and Parmesan cheese ln"a Deviled Ham Dip theta a nourishing taste .I r '\ !
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treat. As an accompaniment choose a chip like rldgles, from the makers of Wise potato J9UYSNEEPST !
Ridgies icoop up thick dips and get them from bowl to mouth without any fuss.

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    Michigan Black Professor National Business League
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    I Sees Bias Ending in 2,000 1 -- 'invades Memphis In August

    The first black full professor at the University of Michigan :r-- WASHINGTON..More a major old line cosmetic firm.:
    predicted last Tuesday night that by the year 2,000, "equality tti and Gloria E.A. Toot, Esquire,
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    of opportunity will be a way of life In the United States. l than businessmen seven and guests of the of New York City will presenther

    Dr Alvin D. Loving Sr., a students, faculty and persons $; I National Business League have acclaimed Towa Sounds Recording -
    professor of education since I from the c omm uulty,Loving planned to spend August 20-23 Studio story
    1956, was the initial speaker old at the Holiday Rivermont Inn Another highlight of the three-
    on the third annual summer "As one looks at the American in Memphis, Tennessee for the day meet will be Mr. Burrell's
    lecturelyceum series of AIT scene,It seems foolhardy to be (9th Annual Convention of the report on"The Status of Black
    State University optimistic, but either you have oldest business membership Business," which is the*buls
    Addressing nearly 200 faith In mankind or you don't organization In the country. for this year's theme: "Black' .
    "People have said 'give us This year Berkeley G.Burrell,. Business In The 70's-
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    Salute HeroesBALTlMORENPI"Black "We no longer have 100 rear a." chapters across Ametlca comprising personalities are
    Loving said he detects In this more than 10,000 scheduled to participate including -
    nation substantialconcernaboutthe : Daniel Parker, Chairman
    heroes of the past will be saluted social problems. members' bjstating."Thefoiceof of the Board Parker Pen Com
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    and Sooth America and Its Kerner Report This report Is ___ role In ready to play America'sproblems. a leadIng President of Urban East; Inc,
    Jurisdiction, Inc. not an end in Itself, but It Is solving and the National Housing Pro-
    Two gigantic parades,!cruise a part of the dialogue. r ducers Association; and John
    A feature at the
    on historic Chesapeake Bay, a Loving said he has also been iiii"L new Memphis Chandler Program Associate
    grand ball, a golf tournament, encouraged by the rising concern meeting will be a special of the Daaforth Foundation
    and an Egyptian tea are also being shown by government session" on "Women In BusI- The Program Committee from
    part of the program the churches and such ness, where the significantly the Memphis Chapter of NBL,
    The fraternal and charitable successful Carmen Murphy of
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    groups as the George Stevens,Lawrence
    organization, whose membersare g ,Carmen Cosmetics In Detroit
    CommercllnthevarlousclUes.He Wade and Leonard J.Smaf,
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    than. 20,000 persons to and technological have- will be entering Baylor University as a student in dentistry Sandra Joyce Harry, June natural science graduate of LeMoyne- have already. exceeded
    Baltimore, including members, in this country for He has received a $2,5000 annual scholarship grant from the Owen College. Miss Berry wW enter Meharry Medical College's ConsultantWILLIAM expectations from exhibitors
    their wives in the Daughtersof produced the knowledge WK. Kellogg foundation through the American Fund for School of Dentistry this fall, having received a $2,500 annual and sponsors wishing to express
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    Richardson, Clifford Mackey, computer and chart a happy Supreme Court Upholds EDUCATIONAL
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    past there neglectin who was convicted on a morals no one had informed him of his SUGGESTION
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    mentioning in books the constributlotfs offense led the US, Supreme right NEW YOUX.-Roy Wilkins, executive
    of certain Court to affirm this week that counsel. university comes up with the idea of selecting Black educatoras director of the National
    HISTORY minorities, but added that many persons charged with a mis- Alter his Imprisonment its next president Last week, Gary (Ind) Mayor Richard Association for the Advancement -
    STRAIGHTThe college and schools are now misdemeanor mjstbe provided Winters filed for a writ of Gord Hatcher threw out that suggestion during an address at of Colored People, hailed
    offering Integrated courses. legal counsel at state expense. habeas corpus In the Little a conference"Medicine In the Ghettos." He noted, "Excellent L. COOPER the United States Supreme
    When I was a child if the Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Rock municipal and circuit candidates abound The county at large and Blacks themselvesneed Court's ruling Invalidating
    story of Columbus, the history books had Just North and South Dakota, and courts asking relle against his to realize that Blacks can do anything as. well as whites, William L. Cooper has Joined Adam Clayton Powell's exclusion -
    American Revolution and the mentioned casually that some Missouri are affected by the unconstitutional restraint, conviction In mental as well as physical areas." Raytheon .Company as an-in- from the House of Representatives -
    Wild West Is more Interesting 3,000 black man fought and court's action. sentence and fine. dustrlal guidance counselor on as a "welcome
    and less "white"-than' most died In the Revolutionary WIT The High Court's responsewas Nonetheless, both courts denied ASSISTANT TO PREXY the staff of the company's train- vindication of the faith of those
    people know. Read why black or that a black man Invented the result of the NAACP his request.The DALLAS-NP )--lrvlnr A. Baker, former executive vice ing center, Waltham,Mass.The who regard the Court u a
    ,history was long suppressed, blood plasma, think what prideIt Legal Defense and Educational United States District president of Bishop college, has been named assistant to the cancer, now to Its second yearof bulwark of civil rights and
    and why learning it is Just as would have given." Fund's (LDF) defense Robert Court In Arkansas ordered president at Souther n Methodist university. His position will operation, trains unemployed liberties"
    vital to whites as it is to blacks Loving called for a commit- Winters of Little Rock. Winters' release and the U.S. be to direct SMU's Afro-American studies program and to and underemployed residentsof Commenting on the Court's
    One of 41 articles and features I ment to education "If we fall Winters, found guilty of a Court of Appeals In St. Louis develop such other Afro-American courses that are relevantto the Boston area for skilled historic 7 to 1 decision handed
    in the July Reader's Digest to utilize what we know, we morals offense Involving white rejected the state's appeal. On the needs of both Black and vhite SMU students. Jobs with Raytheon. A Baptist down on June 18, Mr. Wilkins
    Pick up your copy today simply prolong the Inevitable- woman, was first sentenced to Monday, the Supreme Court of minister for the past 25 years, noted that Representative
    READER'S suicide." 30 days In )jail and fined $254 the United States refused to KILL BUSING Mr. Cooper had been pastorof Powell, duly eectedbyhis
    jL ---. 1 court cost. But, being poor, review the case. NEW YOR -( )--Lack enthusiasm for the planned busing the Shiloh Baptist Church, ''Harlem constituents, "clearly'
    he had no money to pay the Mr. Meltener contended that of 50 Black children from Queens public schools In the Great Newport R.I. since 1948. meats the qualifications: set

    .e............................. fine because neither the Judge nor Neck (Long Island) community next fall caused the city school Earlier, he was assistant forth to Article I, Section 2,
    U Thus, as Is the practice In anybody else Informed Wintersof board to drip the plan The lack of enthusiasm was on the part minister of the Myrtle Baptist of the Constitution of the United
    Arkansas and some other his right to legal counsel of the new Great Neck board, elected last month. The original Church, West Newton, Mass. States 25 of
    TOWN TO being over years
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    days on the county penal farm of his rights guaranteed under had turned it down College, Marshall, "Texas an more than seven years and a
    LOW PRICE i to work off the fine at the' the Fourteenth Amondmuat of continued ieducation at resident of the state from watch
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    92-year history It will become Fayetteville State universityunder Coopers live at 21 Strawberry his last major blow for civil
    .. state legislature approval of its being given regional Hill Road, Natick, Mass. A liberties before his retirementat
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    MEL sP y 3 BEDROOM has been named director Alro-AmerlcanCeuter01 Boston daughters Janice, 17; and June, Justice Warren.
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    if.. lvls0n e e Ohio university, is the new :appointee, He comes to his new the Coopers lived at 29 School opinion was Associate Justl<

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    I. Alabama State College Chooses Two Outstanding Coaches For Coming Year !





    I Henry Holbert Aid Beraird Floridians OR Tins Southern Team ,


    Boozer To Take Over ReinsHenry x ,

    Holbert and Bernard Boater: were turned Head For
    tall and Basketball coaches rei jpectlvely
    recently by the coU!
    president Dr. Levi W klns. I C.J. D-.mn. Athletic Director

    the scaool In making the It tatement: to the college Publ .r

    Relations Office, commented t that he felt the president hi 're r ti I At
    selected well in filling the caacles.: He also stated that I
    had much confidence In the ab G titles of both meA

    Alabama State has been recognized record. He has coached Di

    In recent years for Its High! School, Tuscaloosa,
    outstanding athletic records in i two years and was assist
    both sports. Their football team coach at Tuskegee Institute
    compiled an overall
    fire year one year.

    Coach Holbert, wbobellera

    developing a strong dofens 1
    team, has been given en
    for much of the Hornet

    success over the last flveyea
    t' in making the announceme

    President Watkins stated, Defensive! End Split End U" Baker Safety
    'man Is more deserving fit Iposition. tease rl GAilY McMICKENS BOBBY J10UBY vent "mnitr.u ANDREW CAIMfMIN RICKY HQlOffSnouey ::
    He Is a hard work Texas Southern University at Houston lists a number of Jaxoaa and Florldians on its sports is an eiirtui"ly dangerous runner Ken unougns, a Jason, is a spiemuaenanewas
    loyal to the college and I 1a roster. Some of them are seen here On Ib.-far left Is James Ford.Jaxon. Listed u a halfback an All-Amerlcan. Andrew Calhoun: line backer was a red shirt in 1968, very rough and a I
    admired by almost everyone. Ford Is an excellent broken field runner and Is a former decathlon champion Gary McMlckens: ,. hard bitter He Is seen as a topnotcher for the year. On the far right is "i :u/ Holden,
    Booxeranatlve& ofWash- second, la a defensive end He will we much action this year. Third is Bobby Holley. quarter' safety, a powerful worker In the team. .o.us: Southern p'!':onto.
    ington, D. ., Is a new lace on lack, senior, horn Plant City. Be threw thewlnntnt fcrnchdownoteoTerSoathernlastyear.r.. _
    .the athletic scene at Alabama
    State. He starred In track and Southern, Grambling Get TV PreferenceBATON I
    basketball at Mldmtern Unlvers.ty -
    In Wichita: Falls, Texas Jackson StateAnnounces ROUGE LA. Conference, SojJiern University

    COACH BOOZED before receiving the M.A. Degree (SPECiAL).Stanley Calloway, and Grambling College
    at East Texas State University commissioner ofcollege football and basketball games
    athletics In Louisiana has been awarded to WB3Z-
    In Commerce, Texas. .. ,
    record Holbert's .
    daring reign He has compiled an overall .... .r :2 'announced that four-year con TV o! Baton rouge.
    u assistant coach of 38 wins, coaching record of 55 wins, "B1 DICK WOLFI' Eight tract to televise Gulf States
    2 ties, and 10 losses. It has
    10 losses He coached the frosh
    also produced many outstanding PEACE OFFERING
    OF FLATTIES
    team at East Texas State
    one
    players Bach: u Johhn Pleasant year before going to Paul Quinn The trouble with playing hookey from school when I WM a
    who was 4th round draft choice College In Waco Texas for two kid was that you got a llckln' and went to bed without upper Game Schedule eSFcite
    of the Kansas City Chiefs; If you were caught. But every once in a while you couldnt help -
    years. Inaicejtlngthejobasthe: yourself like the first warm drowsy day of spring. You'd
    Hornet's head coach, Boour kind of feel it the night before like the tug of a full moon, and
    voiced genuine determination to you'd dig for a can of worms and Up your Ashing rod and reel T.B. Ellis, Jr., Director of Athletics at JacksonStaie College, tent in
    continue State's winning wayson out of the house and hide it by the fence. Next day. you'd be off announces an eight game slate for the 1969 football season. Fl o zi g1
    the heels of Its 20 win and :with pounding heart for your favorite Ashing hole. According to Ellis, this reflects a loss of one contest from (
    8 loss season last I still get the feeling on the Ant warm spring Saturday previous seasons due to Wiley College's decision to drop
    year. when I should be seeding the lawn or changing the storms for .
    In accepting post from the the screens on the windows And what's more, I give In to it, OOIuau. and can
    college president, Boater: related and never really get the dickens when I return home. My secret The 1969 schedule cur ently Tigers clash with, the Tall you
    that "It is an opportunityand Is nounder.flahlnl.A balances out with four home Texans, trl-chamys and Preseason
    challenge to work at the sack of one and two pound succulent winter flounders games and bar on the road. Pick for 1939.

    Montgomery School, especially undone you can .yank.. forgotten.In 20 or The more kids when take they the're flounder hitting from_ and the deed back This will afford the football Rounding out J-Stale's 1969 Set on it 9i

    since it produces some: of the of the station wagon and we get busy cleaning and fileting. fans a chance to use three of gridiron travel log will be arch-
    finest basketball players In the That night we feast on platters of fish and chips and the filets the so-called "powers' of the rival Mississippi Vallage State
    nation!' W'JeDtsked about three we Uont eat are consigned to the freeser. tough Southwestern Athletic College Delta Cavils, His
    time NAIA All-Amerlcan Willie With that sort of bribery on my mind, I eased the station Conference, Southern UNIYEIISm : Bena, Mississippi "the land e RUT RACING ACTION, m
    wagon out of the
    garage early
    Scott, who was drafted by the last Saturday and headed for (La.), Grambling, tat of the Jolly Green Glanta" AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT
    Dallas Chapparals for what ls Long Island and a favorite early Alcorn at the beautiful The kick-off Is set for 2 p m., PUT THE ORIGINAL
    believed to be the biggest bonus season flounder station Sag 1 Memorial Stadium, but the traditional intra-state ON THE tit
    COACH HOLBERT ever given to an Alabama Harbor. The Alcorn Braves of Urmia, rival will take on a greater Qi.ge / 2 RACES
    athlete, Boozer replied, "Wu'll The morning was warm and Mississippi, defendingtrlchamptons Impact Since MVSC was ad- POti ilMl
    promising an hour later I .
    Charles Mictchell, drafted by miss Scott, a player like him parked In front of Dan McLane's as of the powerful mitted to the SW AC. 8:15 DAILY IAST1 DOUBlE RACESADMISSION ON
    Baltimore; and Jerry Allen also comes once in a blue moon, but Bay view Fishing Station A SWAC and winners of the 1968. Coach Ulysses McPherson was a ONLY 50
    of Kansas City. with outstandig: seniors like whole day ahead of me-sandwiches Orange Blossom Classic at placed a want-ad which reads. 0* CUM ACRES OF FREE PARKINBMM
    Holbert will replace Whitney: Danny Crenihaw, Gerald thermos of coffee, the Miami Florida over Florida F'OOTIIALLGAME WANIED--,
    Van ,Cleve, who resigned in Presley, John Davis, and Buck small transistor radio to catch A.AM. University will be feted Willing to play anytime or place >>>

    April after five years as bead Thomas, we'll win. many a afternoon few Innings- and of baseball light tackle.In the as one of the big attractionsof Contact: U.S. M.'Puerson, Head L .l

    coach games" With light tackle flounders give 1'1. R- the 1939 home schedule The Football Coach, Jackson State I t e 1 1r' .
    /Holbert, a graduate of The Hornets directed by you big fish excitement and I A'corn game will be played on College, Jackson, Mississippi.: .fir
    Tennessee AIT Slate University :oaeh s Willie Parker and had Mitchell's mighty midget, the 408 spinning reel with 4-pound ThanksgfDay,.November ...
    received the Master's Henry Holbert last year, rated test mono and an ultra light 5-foot Conolon Gold rod, the 3131. 27, at 2 10.::'. This U a significant Witch
    Degree from Indlam The outboard motor turned over and I nosed the rented skiff
    University.He
    Boozer tremendous In the 1969 .
    as a person out toward Cedar Change schools which
    Point traditionally a hot spot for early floundering
    joined the Hornets staff In for coaching with Holbert. I tuned In the transistor briefly and the marine weath- will afford tans the opportunityto This Clown .04
    \1964 u assistant coach. He has When fjerled on\ having to fill Breast assured a continuing warm day with only light breezes see this great Interstate
    !had the responsibility of direct two top Jobs In the athletic in the afternoon. clash!! 11 II 42
    ing the Hornet's offensive and program ntAlatamaSisteDuoncommented Mine wasnt the first skiff on the scene The early birds were On October 25, the perennial I
    defensive line e out for a mile around, and after anchoring I got busy baiting
    play. "We feel that when taiy long ehank powerful and always dangerous 34-11-21 Unwind.
    Chestertown
    Holbert number 8 hook. I had with mea ;
    formerly coached for the vacancies came, wi were two-pound coffee can jammed with bank mussels-an hors GramMlng Tigers will call on .
    ten years at Prentiss Junior lucky to have mm of Boozer ,d'oeuvre greatly favored by flounders. the Big Nine Cats, of JStateat ,
    College Prentlss, Mississippi and Holbert's calibre to mi I chose an egg sinker for my terminal rig because flounders the Memorial Stadium. This \ .'
    where! he compiled i 48.33.1 them with.' are delicate nibblers and will pick your hook clean of bait un. affair should set the state fora )'k
    less you feel what's happening and set the hook. The line Is .
    threaded through thee sinker and when the bait ls touched you thrilling contest based on last i -h
    Floridian At AlabaMa State. 'feel it right away. year's resuUI. Gramh11nc : ,

    I Out across the flat water, I saw the other boats already were barely sked out Jackson State ... i
    Honored For Trombone Work yanking them In The nice thing about flounder ls that there's with a J5-S3 score at GramUing 'S; ,
    usually plenty to go around. This curious platter.shaped fish for their annual homecoming 1.
    a with both eyes on the gray right side of its
    Thomas Lyle, Director of the WUliams, because of his out- numbers to the warm shoal bay and Inlet waters body runs'in spring in great to classic before a crowd of 25,030 11
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    Marching Hornets Band of ftarfng ability and because the delight of myriad small boat men. fans. -
    Alabama State College presented he has held such an Instrumental All morning long I yanked nettles, getting plenty of stout To round out the three stadium:
    daring special ceremonies part of the nationally known resistance on my light tackle. Occasionally, with such good hit. games J-State will play the H-,20.-.23
    recently the two highest! marching combine, was ting I'd get careless and the bait would be stolen-an admon powerful Jaguars of Southern
    avntrd's that the !hand .ishment, and I'd be quick to serve a second course. By lunch University ((La.) October 14 Sometimes He's Sometimes
    offers. Immediately hired by Lyles as time I had upwards of 11 fish up, !
    The recipients were Robert hand assistant for 1968'69. As the tide receded In the afternoon and the flounder retreated at 8 p.m. The three previously: He's down. He AddsSubstracs!
    A. WJllams, a May graduate When asked why, Lyles simply further off the point I lifted anchor and moved out with them. mentioned teams, along with He works it all around.
    and Anthony Harper, a fresh-, commented, "He was just too They continued to hit without let-up tit X reached into the coffee Texas Southern University
    nun. Williams, winner of the valuable to let go." 'can and snatched up the last mussel. Instead of baiting the (Houston, Texas), have been' 740 54 44
    meat to the hook I tossed it over the side. I had 21 flounder in ill
    John Sousa picked the SWAC
    Phillip Award, Is The second award presentedto the sack more than enough to for by officials
    a native of Winter Park,Florida the outstaadingfreuunanhand pay my truancy. to share the 1969 laurels, but I C3ming Attraction:

    and Is considered one of the motnaw went to Anthony Harper Harlemite anything can happen.
    best rn..siclanstogradnatefrom of Birmingham who plays also Appointed Stiff J-State will take on the only 10 112 6)2

    Alabama State in recent years.In saxophone.! Harper was over, non-conference foe of the 1969
    speaking of the 1963--69 whelmingly chosen as the most Member Of Columbia Unit homa :agenda Bishop College MAN'S DAYSNUMIERED
    award winner, Lyle said, outstanding freshman member O(D-.1llas. Texas), for the annual

    "Beyond any doubt, he had to be of the Marching Hornets Cornell H. Reece, a F;-year- homecoming.: affair October\ then reward yourself
    the best trombonist in any According to Lyle, "He is an old native of East Harlem has .and Merit League student at 4, Z p.m, at Alumni Field hereIn with America's
    most
    college anywhere,' pointing to unusually fine saxophone been apolnt.4ul1tfant 'Benjamin Franklin HighSchool. Jackson. In '68, JState "Mans Days are Muni'jerd'
    the tact that be has held first player." He played undar Amos! director of theColumbli As a member of Franklin's 19(4 acconted for Bishop's only\ loss Health and Forbore chnbe fours popular whiskey.

    chair in the Symphonic Band Gordon at Western Olin High Community Athletic Field In championship! PSAl 840-yard for the season, on their homecoming when you know your L'."kyDays' Seagram's 7 Crown.
    for four straight years School in Birmingham Mfi.nlngsMe Park, where hi relay team, he trained at the
    trained u a Ugh school hack Columbia-Community Athletic The remaining four games will Lucky Colors, Set. Say Seagram's and Be Sure.

    Eizard Charles Honored star; Field on Manhattan's Upper be played on the road,beginning Send $2.00 for yourHorOl'ope iuc MAairaLLllraertltMwrollcnfutNliswHisxtr'i
    I Mr. Reece, who was recently Wast Sid:. September 20, when the Tigers :, Guide for Ptaa.eiSretheaururaislla'WE '

    ly FoMdition awarded a BA. degree In Mr. Leeceyas: undergraduate call on\ the Prairie Panthers JULY
    For
    Youth AM physical. eclucatloofrom&w assistant director of Intramural at Hempstead, Tens On
    sports while at October 4, J-State will Journey: fill In the ularb below and
    CHICAGO
    foundation has been championship the following year supervised In various youth recreational Arkansas A.M. t No'. Box 1171| Jacksonville, Fla.
    named In honor of Euard by defeating Louis, who programs In New Golden Lions The meat of the No Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot, !
    Charles, farmer world heavyweight challenged to regain the title Picks Two York City and WashlngtonD! roar slate will be at Texas NAME
    he bad held for STREET el CADILLAC SEDAN OEVIUE .. $4695 t
    boxing champion, It was previously Southern University (Houston ----
    Including the Police Athletic ,
    COAMOOI CONIIOt Ala CfJllO"MO1'; COHIKC'I' 1. 4 *AMAf
    announced today by Anna L. twelve years. Charles held the enabling Players League, Operation Champ and Texas), November 8, when the DATE OF BIRTH III'!,WMWWlVINYlIOOtMl" .IO,Y* UAPI" L r

    Owens the foundation's .title until it was regained by Project Summber Enrichment. 60\ CAO'ILUC SEDAN OcVIUI .... ..... .. $J S9S :
    secretary.The Walcott In 1951 GRABBLING, LA.SPECIAL( ) A bachelor his hobbles are VINYl toof. ro"O enNisoi. *i' CONDMIOM. WAY )( ivTFllllCIINlY.HttLlK
    MADAM .. "
    .
    foundation will provide The foundation has received -'Oll former Grambllnt photography and creativewriting .WINOO\II\ O'dY Wivmi.
    fund supervision for professional Illinois charter as a nou-prott 64 CADILLAC SEDAN O.VILLI U9S 1
    College football wtUaDaturallnc11na.t1Oll
    players, He to continue
    training and rehabilitation corporation and now expects to plans She will read your entire life-past,present and I Ifuture. c.o0411 I.N'IOAI' COWItWNI' Do 11'f., IO.O'W1, a WAFSLATS.
    to excell -
    : ,are graduate study la health and HUAA1 AI tHIS PIIICt., .
    prpgranui for- the obtain funds from both privateand rated as superior: linemen by guidance. When he assumes his She asks ao quitlons but will tell you I Ivbat 62 CADILLAC CPI DEVILLE ....,...?....-...,.., $Wtll9i '.
    advancement of youth AMiss corporate sources.W. Pro Fotball Weekly In its new position on July 1 Mr.'Reece you want to know, giving dates and facts of I Iwstoess 4M,A.t.AI'I.ONOIllOfoI,LOpeS Uki A NIW ONI "I ,"
    Owns, who Is In the Mauldin Smith was electedas car eat evaluation of the best will assist director, love health and family affairs. ,Will I ,.CHIVY II NOVA ...........d......aMH ;;
    Inheritance Tax Division general cousel for the defensive stalwarts In the James H. Young In the field's lelp you find (lost art. Tells you whom you will] ,WTOMAOCPOWIASn&AJNr.MaO1VWAeAN/v: y'Y' : r-, ;
    Illinois State Treasurer's officeas Foundation, which win have American and National Football thirteenth of activities marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what .l CHIVROLir IMPAIA Sff.COUP ...??.?,';S2JU' "
    executive: appoin'emais secretary offices at 919 N. Michigan Ave. year sports to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, Vt II".AUTOMATIC,rOVU4 SlltlMG.6ICAMARO "
    Leagues for boys from the .............
    to Adlal Stevenson, 01, Suite 3204, Chicago 60C1L Buck Kansas locate absent friends and relatives, and cause ? $729 .
    Buchanan star
    Harlem-Morninghslde! Heights I v,IU\IU: SEAIS.AUTOMATIC.fowin jttf HINT' ,UM6IBONNIVIILI. .
    said that, "for a foundation that City tackle, was amcuf. 11 community The year-round happiness, between man and wife( Helps make. ........_......,.... $1 i.s
    1s devoted to helping YOlllll''people Willie Simons players !labeled superstars athletic program, established up lovers' quarrels Tells If sickness and bad 401 M"TOP.vein OO'. AH CONDITION,'IK,1 Wlr.0nt. *
    meet: the requirements Notably absent from the list .In 1967 lIoperaiecSbCohunblaUnlYlrl1tJ luck are natural enemies, or U there Is an evil MAFS'ACTO ,WUIANTV ALMOST w A7KHOGAIAXII .
    for Jobs that offer potential Backfield was Willie Davisperennlatallpro : with maintenance influence. Doe) not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One SOO ......01.. ..,.......?. JI97J I .
    advancements of rehabilitation,' Coach Green physical visit will repay you for disappointmoots In all others. She will All" COO..Vt*T""LIe..AUtOMA 1C.*?M.c"UflHI\*41'.
    the naming this foundation for ; defensive.lid with the provided by the New read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your 41 PONTIAC GUANO WIX' ............................ nits
    Bzz-ird For S.C. Sfife03ANGEBO&G Bay Packers. York City Parks Department. AI' tONOiTiomo ittcr.S We&nQWS" ANI' :HAIR! iHA1r. U"P.
    Charles Is particularly. Davis was placed In the"above Each year more than 2,100 TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when PAcroerwoeeaNn

    appropriate. 8.C..--Willis average" category along with boys participate the program everything; seems to go 'wrong Why be sad and downhearted, PONTIAC TEMPIST .............u..............i.... $229'
    Charles has continued to, J. Simon, former football and ex-Grambling star Ernie Ladd, which includes baseball softball sick and worried when you can be helped and everything nude: CUSTOM, Vt AUTOMATIC HAN MIUIOK Kl. 'ttArur..u.' I IAeTOHTW .,,
    '
    actively work on youth programs baseball coach at Allen Obi-:. 817-pound Kansas City tackle, track and field touch football clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM.. Everybody wel ANTV Whtte "
    -
    We Take Dead; tillim' Refuse;
    in Oulo, his !home state, verslty, has bees named backfield .and Frank Cornish, 29J-pound sport clinics come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make ao house calls. Don'tmistake
    weightlifting -
    and CUlnoIs, even though he has coach at Soon Carolina ,tackle with me Chicago Bears and There the address...MADAM BESSIE la touted north of. Credit Approved .n Spot

    teen \disabled for several years.He State College. Only IS players from the 16tean are no fees bodybuilding.for any of the Callahan on U.s. II, I ft mile from City of Callahan, Florida. EVANS3rd
    W'the world heavyweight He will replace Roosevelt NFL and the ID-team AFL activities at the field The University Phone: 179-2250. R. S.
    championship by defeating Holmes who WATCH FORHERSIGNIHFRONTOFHOLES-Across the street
    was named athletic alignments earned recognitionla provides
    operational
    Jersey Joe Walcott la 1949,after director and swimming! coach* the UIeIImeAt of the creme. staff planning athletic from SPORTSMAN MOTEL & :MAIN
    equipment
    -
    Ue retirement ...Open from 8 to 10
    of the legendary at fflk predominately defensive linemen dally a.m. p.lIi.
    Retro Institution. de-la-creme .
    and awards
    tH H1 OPEN 'flU 30 P M. fI..JI2
    Joe Louis Re then gained anr by' Pro Football: Weakly :THE CLIPPING ENTITLES. YO'JTOASS.OJREADINGfor' J2.03V """ ""
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    Of Education Fashion At A Glance
    fowling Tips. er' Making The Most ,

    ,_By NPI' 'It.Se_ Colin
    i
    Summer Is here,aodoe'tpenic Even If it Is difficult, try etch
    4 Perfect Shot '' .' when you begin thinking about day to walk, stand sad Iii
    whether you can ret into last clrrectly.
    ,Ii' )\: year's swim suit there Is a Standing or walking with legs
    RequiresPerfect I,Crash'/ program designed especially stiffened and knees locked
    :; :.
    '- I. : throws the entire body out of,
    msingmartinis inter
    l Grip .stuffed! line. Keep knees flexed bent
    A months I ,somewhat as yon walk or stand.
    \ Remember, the built-in bras STAY BEAUTIFUL: Chicken
    '
    I
    do not correct on-attractive and fish are less calorific than,
    knees, thighs or feet! beet or pork, so why not try
    Jitlinm Curnlliir 1968 Mill.r High Life Uxn .h..II..lon and Too can get rid m-sightly Including more of the formerIn
    Itk-tUion Ihr onto ,astir rxpliiin.,, |.rof-lonul the lu .111"1| .a 300 name un imlloni.1 bulges on the inner tide of your diet, minus gravies and
    In
    grip buwlinf
    proper knees right In on
    l roar TOUT satcesl 4
    lorn*, by dally exercise.) The current trend toward the
    While nil phases of iMheiy Lie flat on back (on the
    your casual look can In some measure
    nrr Important
    grip con ruin what, an would incorrect oth. 9. IIr7 floor ) with knees bent and b* attributed to the rea
    fnrti!" |pel ifcct shot. Most 7 ( rest your feet on the flo.r. turn of the comfortable wearIng '
    pro bowlers in-wit their tin Slowly draw your heels back shirt dress.
    .rein Into the ball flint-to thoproper dote to your hips. Hit your The 1969 style with short skirts
    depth-and then '
    tho
    thumb (** ketch i II v knees together In a rhythmic Is quite a contrast from those
    t Wu'l bt* I'I|>ilm>cl hovinanv spanking fashion Be careful of the 1950's when they were
    iMfrlnnon and "iiinu- AOw not to use too much force and tailored with snug bodices:
    tru'e' tin! nut hutv the pro V bruise the skin, but enough
    ; ; : 1: : impart tightly belted voluminous!
    Rii|> lt' the fogies that rN to get desired results.
    I skirts-well below the knees
    the 1lIl1n.1
    proper/ that
    should IN> jiiui' pilniaiv conoin. B you are one of those persons Today's shirt dress Is also
    < If the bull I III (liillmlpiopuh. who has let years spas without softer In appearance.
    : ;. eon should Iw able exercise, begin by doing A popular version has a wideepoet's ,
    r to It t side the i hall without I hung l>M>gilv I at this routine 30 times only and collar, full romantic i
    your "'III.'i.ing.lit' .
    ( sketch :2) gradually up to 100 times. sleeves and swirling skirt-
    The )gulp ihoulil bo comfortable t- It you measure your thigh available in white, in black and
    ,with no niftnilicnnt strain the first day before yon begin white combinations and mint
    on }our. llnnrii from OMIifnchlnR. yon will discover dally that green soft pink pale yellow and
    The finpvr hole the flesh will be rraduallr -
    cc- ice blue pastelsOn
    should lit muRlv with -
    thethumb ass m -"" -
    hole slightly larger so rossfret, COM.J-B spite of strikes New TorkCity James R.Edvards Edwards Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, James R. Edwards, A duced. the cocktail circuit, the
    that thumb will come out Hintnml center above, completed high school scholarship! .. grant Is worth-up to $6.000 depending on needs. Be holdsL Tin second fart of the knee shirt dress is seen in lace,
    inml\. awarded tor his senior year by the Pomfret,school dating the L achievement awards, has placed on the honor consistently.. beauty exercise Involve*lifting organdie, silk and cotton One
    strike. Now he has also been awarded a four-year scholarship! i' was valedictorian of his )Junior high school class and has on the floor and swinging the afier-Dve style Uof crisp white
    to the Massachusetts Institute Technology by the National i participated In student government. He has also published right leg across the left so the spun sugar cotton lace with a
    Distiller and Chemical Corporation. Be plans a career in several short stories, illustrated with his own cartoons.. weight rests on the left hip. tiny rounded stand-up collar.
    biochemistry Be was presented the our-year grant by Kenneth I Scholarships: are open to students of all races.-Natlonal For balance, lean on the left Outstanding a multi-printed
    aI I G. Hubbart Connecticut State Manager of the company. At Distillers Photo elbow. With arollingpla,placed pure silk soft blue and white
    ANEW the right Is Joseph K, Minor, Jr., headmaster o! the scho l. under the right knee, massage shirt waist dress, collared ins.
    the bulge by bendlngandstralghtoning scarf of the same material that
    the knee After 10 ties loosely at the throat and
    SERVICEATJAX Alabama State's KKPs Salute Apollo Space Crew of these, reverse the positionand hangs down the front almost to

    do the same with the left' the waistline. A glove white
    ,leg This firms .up the thigh leather belt hugs the latter.This
    line high fashion is by Dior.
    USE '. Whether you are on the ben d Also destined to make a big

    I exposing your feet, or dressed comeback is the vest, from the
    LIQUORS casually with sandals feet conventional bolero 1 lengtit
    should not only be attractive, above the waist-down to hip
    bat comfortable Pretty level or below, like a tuolc
    ,
    4ot.jt pedicured feet that hurt are No matter what length, the vest
    reflected In your total per- style II usually compatible for
    Prices Con1Onlr > sonality, appearance and the new wide-sleeved blouses

    I AtHmfs : .carriage. which are cuffed snuggly at the
    M i Statistics say the average wrist
    Rd t Rushnif ym> 'housewife walks at least eight Long vests copy English waist

    ltd' I Dim I miles a day. And the working coats, while short embrodlered
    B NKIMERICARO, ,;woman often Is oe her feet a types are Spanish-Inspired.
    vifd t Moncrief i good 70 per cent of her waking The Jumper is another version
    '"' '"" *'" i'hours. If at all possible mass-
    ,''lst I Myrtle y1! of the vest look, some In a
    feet relaxes
    I'u age your nightly trouser style similar tot Jurnp.fuit -
    Edtewood at Cletdand RdTHWJ r n i:the muscles and aids circulation. .or fjth a skirt. Some can
    y ; Use a good emollient be worn either with or wIth-
    WED'JU1Y 9th fk lotion, begin with the toes and out a blouse, depending on the
    proceed uward to the heels, weather. ,
    .. ,ankles and legs--using long A plus, for many of the pretty, ,
    h 5r firm strokes.There delicate see-tkroughfabrics.Mused
    exercises that begin tt in blouses, is that they
    ( OLD MR BOSTON strengthen the feet which are are hand-washable In lace,

    : ,not time-consuming and most cotton, sheers and synthetic I
    r Important, can be done while blends which look like silk.
    w ae performing other chores. Yen Designs in the blouse fabrics
    1 VODKA ci I I1iL can start by walking barefootat are geometric flowered and

    Is oust to home or while standing or also dotted and striped.

    sitting, repeatedly curl your And they can extend most
    : i : toes down as hard as you can, wardrobes If they are carefully .

    ,,, .- -- ._ __ -- -. then suddenly releasing them selected, and variety andcolor.
    OR The former is especially good When worn u a separate, a
    GIN for the metatarsal arch. blouse style should harmonize
    Career ferns can place small and complement.Threequarterof
    / bottle on the floor under the full length sleeves rather.
    desk and roll It firmly up and than short, help to bring about
    MONrGOMERY Ala.i-EpsUon CammaChapter of Kappa Kappa: W, Kayford Johnson, (not shown); Clifford Youngblood,ct'arles down with their foot the ensemble appearance.
    Pal Band Fraternity on Alabama State's campjs gave special Cooper, Jr. and William B. Fielder, brass Instructor aid! Homemakers, remember to STAY BEAUTIFUL: After
    I salute sad congratulations! to Nell Armstrong of the Appollo assistant' band director. The ABC band group Is the only bend from the waist, Instead application of eyeshadow, line
    IW i .R+. 11 Space Flight Crew, Included in the special commendation active members. The-o1f1ceri fur the next year are : Charles of bending the knees when doing eyes with fluid eye liner to
    to Armstrong wore, from left, Thomas E. Lyle director of Cooper Jr, president; Clifford Youngblood, vice president; any tasks which requires stooping achieve a more daring and
    a beads ad advisor; Laamon CM, Ralph E, Sogers James W, Rayford Johnson secretary and Edward E. Crenshaw, ; and try not to always use dramatic effect,Stroke the color
    Daily, Samuel Jetter, Benjamin Kemp, Mr. John Duncan, treasurer Armstrong was initiated into the ,Gamma Psi that kitchen ladder when getting along the upper eyelid close to
    : ;. bcflorary .ember, Instructor: and national composer; Willie Chapter at Purdue University where he played baritone. things from those top shelves the roots of the lashes. If the
    Wells. Lid!. G. Booker. Eddie J. Booker Robert Williams! try to reach as far as you can lower lid requires lining use

    without it.And the color Just lightly, or stroke
    Jacksonville r VETERANS NEWSQ of course, if your posture it on with the eye pencil Finish
    lEST BIT 'IN TOffH Is poor, no matter what you the eye makeup by applying I
    WIEDEMANN : lam receiving a nonservlce- Q: How long lions one have to wear, you are not attractive. mascara

    Barker College connected disability pension serve In Vlet-Namtobeeltgible 1 .. .. -
    2 BR TOWN HOUSE from: the Veterans Administration for the G.L Bill to return to NorTh Allinfic. Tennis Masons
    Modern
    'RANGEREFRIGERATOSILT <
    and was under the ImPression college, and bow much would a
    BIG MAN'S BEER Enroll Now married veteran with
    that I would get increase' no
    ''1111".1! starting in January 1969. How- children receive each month? Bittle Scheduled of World Express .
    i ,APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ever, I am receiving the same A: Actual service In Vlet-Nam

    KING SIZE IB ozPOPTOP FHA-YA TUITION ACCEPTED HATES AS LOW AS A amount.: The newpenslonsysteradoes Please explain.. benefits itself Is not(Including a requirement educational for For Colombia Courts Strong Ideas ;

    not assistance) I under the GI. gill The Modern FreeaodAcceped'Masons
    $21.7 PER MONTH provide for automatic
    CANS The "Negro boys in New York of the World Inc 600
    VULCAN INC' across-the-board increases! law requires that the ,
    Pensions are now keyed to $100' veteran want have at least 181 white physically very active, Ashley, in sn Interesting
    Eater A did. Career variations in income. This will days active duty, any part of have little accesf to sports most :brochure, present Is "What We
    BPAKr 7001, HEN KNIGHT DR. cause an increase In pensions which occurred after Jan. 31, of them coild continue as 'Have To Offer to the Negro."
    788-5479 for some, but jio change for 1955. (Active duty for training adults," said Professor This historic'orpJnsatlOD
    ; 630 DAVS'STREET,: others such as yourself. VA purposes cannot be counted towards Herbert N. Hendln of Columbia offers the practice: of FreeMasonry
    ,J54-W4 representatives will be happy the 181 days.) A veteran University. "Apart from the in its entirety A
    "WIT" MAN to explain the new pension In full-time training (at least relatively small percentage who second point is that the Invest
    a 4titrn system and answer additional 14 semester hours) would receive become professional athletes, ment program throaghdiverslfled -
    'I;'. it!(, HOILENS IN SEX- questions you may any have hatning allowance of$15],. It is remarkable how many Investment will protest
    I monthly 11 lie bas young Negro adults are cut An endowment -
    ._.4a Q: I'am a veteran of World one depenclea. money program
    :POOR MARITAL f'EI.A.TtOl, War 11 and will soon reach Q: I was retired from the Air' off tyotgactlve: sports"To has been outlined.
    ' MANN JACKSONVILLESHIPYARDS NO SEX 65th birthday. Will 1 be entitled my Force last AprU 30 because of help solve that problem, Any lodge of chapter Increasing
    r'wiEDE.I
    ( : PROBLEMS IN SEX to a VA pension? physical disability. Am I entitled -' the second annual North its membership to 300
    : 'NO PET AT NIGHT,NOVW OR A: You may be eligible for a to be compensation pay- :Atlantic Tennis Championshipsfor members or more will be (
    ,,VIGOAPOOHMARITALRE'LATKMS -. pension from the Veterans Administration meats as wen? i boys under It was held in eligible for a construction
    -
    Immediate Requires : NO SEX DESIRES, at age 85 if A: There aprohIb1tlonaaJt New York last weak under the grant, ten per cent of the construction -
    I r s rk ,INCOMPATIBILITY. If these Income from all sources does your .Imultaneouirecelpt of service auspices of the Columbia University cost. A combination
    Outside !are your problems and you not exceed $2,000 a if .retirementSt. Tennis Club. Dr, of lodge and chapter Increasing
    'have! tried in vain to have them year
    their to SOO
    1 MachinistsInside you are single, or $3OOOayear Luis Hendln, assistant clinical professor membership
    1r solved-let us show you theway if you nave one or more de- of psychiatry at the t University members is entitled to the same
    .' Guaranteed Net Obligation and pendents. A wife's Income and CONTINUED FROM PAGE d. j* P sJ46Ht ''y the grant '
    MachinistsMarine 1 Confidential.. Just write which the size of your estate are E. Rescues to a five-year term club be wore at Harlem The lodge was organised'.
    -problem yon have, print your factors which must also be on Missouri 1 State Embalmers Hospital. November 1, 1917, In Opellka,
    II name, address 7, sip code and considered. For further Information and Funeral Directors. The tournament gave New York Ala It was formed to give the
    I mail to- ,and assistance check He Is also a member of the boys who cannot afford to travel Negro a portion of the advantages -
    Electricians GOOD SAMARITAN P.O. Box, with your nearest VA, office I Pjrtnee! of Peace Baptist t church.FORUNT .' to other parts of the country t he has never enjoyed. '
    J8-J$Jfobdbtry, N.J..08096. chance to play against the most The present national bead-

    Marine I talented young tennis players quarters are in Columbus Ca.
    Pipefitters Furnished 'Apartment for the United States. It's goal is 6,000,000 members.A .,
    DEWDROP INN eat no children 35 -0U1. One hundred and thirty players' paragraph in the brochures
    Welders1st entered the tournament on concludes: : If you will lend as
    Hot !\'Ieals. Sandwiches Salads SECIETAiriWEIExcellent Columbia's"t tennis'court'Seml- your cooperation, hold us op

    t Clans Barbcqucs k. ,.. Seafoods finals were held Friday and when we are about to fall,
    starting salary. Iou championship matches. strengthen .us on every side,
    t..ietedbeo BoilermakersSLAIN'ARD TAKEOUT Generous fringe benefits. Outstanding -
    ORDERS were played Saturday. correct us when we are wrong
    We working conditions. Players from across the and work with us for the better-
    are 7 days a week
    er//TGN WNDQ open
    From Typing and shorthand required. country were brought to New ment of the Order la trying to
    4 .
    a m 11
    m. tt.
    W4 E. Bay Street p. Apply' Personnel Office York for the championship promote and keep peace and
    UTHSID ALSO it'LEAN: ROOMS I FOR RENT Regis Craft Mill between a.1II. They included three from harmony, we are sire we will
    I DIVISION and 12. Monday through Friday. ,Puerto Rico and the-best Black: have one of the greatest
    1 Ft. of Hendricks Ave. til Located intersection of East 'player coder Win the country, fraternal organisations In the '\
    Mlddleburg
    All ev?=: :;.I 'I, Ave. -, Phone 248-9151 Putt Road and Heckle .Jrlve. .Robert Bins of Cleveland. world. B will help! you to express
    I OUII Cove Tereather Jones t An Equal Opportunity ,Employer. The toeraasBMt monMred what Is In yov own.heart,
    Spring Via.! '
    t. ,\ 9-Z9-ltp by the Salon Watch IIIpIJIJ.. TOIl will want to belongI ,
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