The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 12, 1969


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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widow, disinherited in her
husb8 c1'. will, after falling
a regal plea for the retention
of her property on Duval, was WIFEKILLERIS
evicted from her home Monday
after United States Circuit
Judge Bryan Simpson said that
the federal court has no power ;
of Jurisdiction in the case. : ,
Mrs Loaella. Adams( living tr2Tat
at 733 West Duval, appeared, FOUND GUILTY
before the court Tuesday with

a petition seeking an Injunction.
against the sheriff and againstthe
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Adams was asking for the preventing Shot Accused Father'sChildren
of the eviction and fora Policeman Jaxons Rally To

stay In the foreclosure. .
t Judge Simpson explained that After OutbreakOf Benefit
\ Mrs Adams'( petition did not Mrs.. Lomlli Adams, a widow itocti 196, ii thorn In trout of 738 Welt Duval, where ate
'state a cause for which he could occupied a 10-room house I until the Duval County sheriffs office evicted her upon a notice Testify
.act. He therefore refused to Interfere of little more than an hour Monday Neighbors helped Mrs Adams with her furniture tAd DisturbanceTAMPA Saturday NightCornelius
; with a, Circuit ,Court, covered some of it during! the rain Mrs. Adams attempted to secure an lnJunctlOllstay the
order of June 17 giving the, eviction., ....Photo Courtesy Fl.Jr1ca.T1mel.t1n1oI1.Spottswood! : A policeman and Smith amiable and
I. v ,sheriff! the authority to remove three Negroes were wounded popular manager of (be Apollo
the widow here Saturday when upon the Dad Was Good ManSammie South Club, who drowned
i I Mrs.Adams was given flack Fool"lI' wings of a rumor that officers Saturday In Mignolla Late after
She during a gambling raid, shot out ,of his own
assistance by neighbors. Fights thrown
,I [ : and killed a baby, Blacks Lee Powell, Sr, who, on February 13, .1988, was motorboat will be remnmtored
,accused the officers of breaking Overlooked arrested and later charged with the brutal slaying of his wife
( engaged in a rock-to owing
t glass In the front door of her S Mel ) Gertrude, at their home on Lockhart, following a violent by thousands Saturday night
in the predominantly
spree when lovers of entertainmentand
.home .and of damaging some
Negro section here argument after tht. dead woman served him with divorce frequenters of the entertainment :
rhe t rrmta +' rdlny, .. ...For-Full Equality found Circuit.Court .
rJ I'.lecril rS-."''Aceordtnfto-taTormitlon rep 'paper ,-was guilty.,Wednesday by a ". Jury $e at lf' of Jacksonvllle r
. '. : wumidReTu- ceived officers chased one of of first-degree murder; converge upon the club
pistol "
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4. The widow,''mccoj;ding, to ln;. JACKSON; 'MBS/-The objective of the National Association BIRMINGHAM: The Afro- .three Negroes around the backof The JuryrecommMedmercy, that the stand man trial.was Monday sane,however andcould .for'the Cornelius,Smith Benefit
i'" formation received, was (disinherited 7 for the Advancement of Colored People remains what It was In American Association, a Black a home where person were thus sparing the 40-year-old psychiatrist expressed Show
'J by her late bjsband: 1909-."to liberate the black American,, from second-class group of students'at the University suspected: of gambling. Police father of four small childrenof one that Powell The' proceeds from this
Grant, who willed the house citizenship" Bishop Stephen G Spottswood chairman of the of Alabama In Tuscaloosa Major Charles Fisher alleged death In the electric chair the opinion suffered from mammoth show will be preCOiiNELUJS .
to their, daughter M s. Jonelle NAACP Board of Directors, declared in his keynote address has filed suit against the school that Ivor Butcher hid behind Judge Henry F, Martin,' Jr, Sr., might have the notice
Adams Wilson It was revealedthat opening the Association's six-day 60th Anniversary convention and allgges discrimination in two women and shot Patrolman did .not impose sentence but shock after receiving Intoa
y and that he went
Mrs. Wilson later secureda which closed here Saturday, July S. the recruiting of athletes James Harris in the neck. gave Assistant Public Defender of divorce I
The three-way suit mentionsas Wounded Negroes were treated Barry Sinoff IS days to file state of panic.Witnesses .
loan aid used the house u We are not Interested In a. do all those forces at the restaurant )
But we Join defendants Paul Bryant, and released. PoUcemanHarrls a motion for a new trial No
collateralMrs. nother country, in separatism which are challenging in a where Powell worked said he:
athletic director, Dr, David was hospitalized. Butcher wa# date for sentencing was set.
Adams, Informed by the This Is our country," be said persistent and even irreverent Mathews president and Robert charged with assault with intent The Jury delivered its vel'dictVtdDe.sc1aY vas "dazed" on February 13..

instance company of proceedings said she to the roar of approval from manner the present dangerous .Finch, secretary of Health, to kill. ) at 8 p.m? He was described u a normal
for foreclosure
2.000 lIelteatu. "Webave drift of our country Education and Welfare Following the shooting the Two children, Elaine, 10, and man, a conformist He was
knew nothing of the 10uL The bought it with our sweat, our "We want peace between buying Ms home at 4103 Lock-
Bryant was not available for rumor was spread that a two- Virginia, 9, were called to the
house was later auctioned at blood our sacrifice many nations and we sing anew the hart. ,
comment. However a representative ,,month-old baby had been killed. witness stand Monday In the
a public: sale, with Guaranty times over. It and all the resources old Negro 'Ain't Gonna The Powell's were mar.led 11
song, of his office said that From 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Sunday trial for first-degree murder
Life as the successful bidder and opportunities and Study War No More', many efforts: had been made toward patrolmen checked the area and of their father, Samin.'e Lea years. Only after the February
Mrs. Adams said, she understood freedoms belong to us as nuchvs ,"We want peace and respectand securing Black athletes dispersed groups of angry Powell Sr., 40, and said they 13 incident has the father been
the sale was for $looo. they belong to any of our love between the people of A number of scholarships have citizens Twenty-fix Blacks had never seen their father hit away from the family for any
Mrs Adams tapes to prove fellow Americans, whether they our land and of the wur & been offered, with little were arrested for refusing to their mother Gertrude and t that length of time.He was permittedto SMITH
that her rights to the propertyhave have been here, like us, since "We arc determined to have success move on orders. The largest he was always a BO:'mal parent. talk with his children at the
been violated and that 1619, .or whether they were equality Infullin every category trial They:aad made the request. seated to 'the children of the
Black Edward Hall of group numbered 190 to 200 Powell, Sr.,. was on trial <
her husband, a retired rail naturalized. yesterday. of American life for all our Tuscaloosa said; "We want the persons Monday charged with the fatal The accused man claimed no late entrepreneur whose death
road employe, was Incompetent 'The distinguished prelate toot people. We mow In our hearts, athletic department to recruit Added tension came when and brutal beating of Mrs knowledge of the incident He brought sadness to many who
,< because of a stroke. the Administration of President despite the tiny minority and its Black athletes with as much windows three cars driven by Powell ,on the morning of' told how he was struck on the knew him and saw him Inaction
The ACLU and members of the Richard M. Nixon to task. "We white helpers, that we are representative diligence as they do whites and whites were smashed by rock- February 13, following his receiving bead by a piece of crockery at the Appolo South
Black Front promised consider that, we have been of the overwhelming with the 'Superman' requirements thrower., Armin, station a notice of dlvorce. allegedly thrown by his wife. As soon as word had spreadof I'
assistance, said the evicted rebuffed In nave: but unmistakable body of our people. These now used.' attendant was injured by abrlck. It was revealed that he chased He was approached In Jail by the tragic death personable
: widow fashion, by our black people want equality in an The signing Wendell Hudson, Quiet was reported as having Mrs Powell from the home, an employee of a funeral home Cornelius Smith, friends,
>, Attorney Asks President and his advisers and open society not separatism In a Birmingham Negro, to a ,ulurned! 'to'{he area by> 3 a.m.. later dragged her from under who sought to get a release for coworkers citizens Immediately :'
collaborators ID Washington.The a racially< segregated society. basketball grant-ln-ald Is not a car and beat her Into insensibility the body and who,also,testified rallied to plans I
: gains made in the decade, In a welcome address to the too Important, said Nail. "Our To West Point following a violent that at the trial that Powell announced for helping. the I
Trill, SpeedupOf 1958-68, are threatened with convention, Aaron Henry president suit Is aimed primarily at the argument between the two. did not believe his wife was fatherless children.
.nullification. The end runs we of the Mississippi State football program" concluded However, the case's delibera dead. Eric 0. Simpson, editor of,
lexer ,Clay made around police dogs may NAACP, reminded the delegates ,Nail. lion hinged on the testimonies The Jury's verdict .rested, on the Florida! Star,has thro'rn full
BOUSTON-Th' case 'of have been for nothing The encounters that their access to 'hotels, Nail was of the opinion that of psychiatrists called: Both the matter sanity.If declared support to the planning of the
Cassius Clay mast: be speededup with sheriffs, the daysIn restaurants and most public football: Is the outstandlni pbsychlatrlsts agreed earlier guilty, Powell would face the benefit show. The Black Front
feels Atty J.P. Furl Jail, the cracks of billy accomodatioos' la the city was Interest in the sports area at death penalty, unless the Jury. has, through Its entire member-
'United, States representativewho 'clubs and the sickening sigh of "a result of hundreds of people the university. recommended, 1.' CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
the death ballets may an have in this audience going to Jail No DesegregationPlans
United States District
urged .been la vain The real messaged to change the system .
Judge Joe fD&raJII.IR to do away the riots, of the festering, Also welcoming convention Overcame Difficulties

witt sparriig aid _IdeCIII'I *- .piled-up Injustices of decades was George Wilkinson, president Yaldosta' For

either has not got through to of the Jackson Innkeepers \
Washington,' or has been discounted Association, who expressed the ., 'A!
by the advocates of hope that the delegates their Negro Chosen E! St. AugustineST. r 4 .ew ,ti.d.

regression and repression reception In Jackson as warm In
"Despite the temptation, we attitude as In temperature, AUGUSTINE: There will,
do not Join the rioters and the which at the time was 100 School Head be no change In the desegregation -
'p.eaters of hate and violence. degrees program this year for the
I W' VALDOSTA, Ga. -C.T. St. Johns County area, accord ,
Mayor 'Charles Evers Outlaws Dlckersoa has become the first lag to the school board. J
Negro in.history to be named HENRY HARRIS This adamant 1 attitude on the s
principal of a predominantlywhite part of the officials leaves the
.Hate I In 1 Inauiural Day Speech school In the Valdosta Henry E."Harris, above, Is one area 'open to action by the

CABIWCLATdraft system, of three of New York City's Department of Rousing, Education
'evasion conviction. ,A urn;, Miss.>-Charls' Be told Us hearer that racial Dickerson is to bead Plnevale Delehanty High School senior and Welfare.. i'

According to. Farris, recent Even, nationally known civil .harmony Is more Important. School at the former allNegroPine appointed to United States A3.2voticauedthedeeWa. ;
hearings have failed to prove rights worker, who made Mayor Evers has pledged to ,ale High School campus Military Academies In a two- Chairman Allen Nease. cast the'
that the governmen; has used. history.laprejegently when. nuke such a dream come true Under a plan daslgned to comply, year period. Harris began his deciding vote. .
recent evidence! on wiretapped he was elected mayor of Fayette He will be for law enforcement with Department of Health,Education basic training July 1 at t West Nease said that, because of ..r..LtlB.ii r.,
conversations. ever a white opponent,. took for all Guns will not be and Welfare demands for Point. He was appointed by confusion he voted yes and ,Chief Steward" Willie Champion, above, never went beyond the
,Judge: lugraham gave no' date office Monday. carried as a means. of destine, desegregation. PI Dt file will Congressman Joseph F. will,let the government enter sixth grade In school and now conducts career counseling aboard
.to; the ruling on the wiretapping ., Sworn In by a Black Justiceof .lion. house all of the city's ninth Addablo of the Seventh District. the cue and make the decision. training and educational program*for mom than 290 men
.He compalnsdtliatthe: filing the. Peace: along with five The ceremonies were Impressive grade students nest year In t. He Is one of 45 Black plebes, The decision by the board will' the VS. Navy fleet oiler UBS Misslsslnewa. Be war recently
of new evidence on the case black aldermen, Mayor Even Former Attorney pairing with Valdosta Junior entering the Ae II".cl11'rent cot off about $500,000 annually honored by the Junior Chamber Commerce Newport, R.L,
slows the progress of the case. said, "Let's bury all the bate General Ramsey Clark attended, High which will have seventh class of 1400 Mlebanty High' In federal funds and $240,000 as the outstanding! chle', petty officer among those .serving
Attorney Farris' request and c mistreatment and let's along with Rep. Charles Dlggs: and eighth graders has the honor of having three for the proposed half-million- M ships of the Atlantic Fleet Service Squadron Two; Reading
followed another brie filed by make Fayette a great place to of Michigan, Mayor Charles'' 'I Is estimated that Plnevale of Its senior class students dollar technical center planned and studying plus a determination to push forward, curled. ,:
the boxer's attorney last, live. Thousands heard this' Stokes Cleveland Georgia' will have MS white students appointed to military academies forultrear.. the officer to the top. Now he Is selling concepts: of self-Im
Friday. The held that the, plea. Legislator Julian"BO'Id., and 230 Negro students. Two In two year.. Harris vas The board also instructed 1 the provement, principals of leadership, and pride In patriotic 1
government did not reveal the The mayor and me aldermen' Leontyne Price sung the .other "crossover" principal salutatorlaa of his class Bel superintendent of schools not naval service He has 24 years of continua service, 20 yean
contents of a transcript of a were sworn, la behind the town. National Anthem. appointments were made by the was sports editor Detoscope, to Inform HEW of Its decision aboard ships and overseas. Last October he enlisted for sH
'conversation between Clay and Awn' Mr*. Charles Even held the board Wednesday' when Frank the school newspaper, end was Plan, Involved transferringhigh more years, during which by plans to earn the twin stars of a
the late Dr,Martin Lather;King 'an.Black board does not ,Inaugural Bible. ,Mrs. MedgarEvers Wilson, Negro, was named on the staff of Senior Snoop, school' students to St master chief petty officer,complete the equivalency of a high ,
mean that Fayette will become'r. stood nearby, Medgar asslslaat principal the the school's weekly news of Augustine, tkts establishing school diploma and receive credits rot severalcollegecosrees.Later
vr' :_Harris contended that he seat' Iowa of Blacks, said,the 'Ever/ was'killed by ai Valdosta High consolidated student council activities Be new and elementary and middle ,. he plans to marry u the picture Is shown conducting
clearer copies to Clay's mayor. Be emphasized that the assassin's bullet :There were facility and Jack Coffee, white, participated In basketball and salts In Hastings Black schools a progress Interview with second class Francis P.Burley la the

attorneys, which show ,tint town's 1,000 Black and top BO Incidents. The ball vas heldat was mimed assistant principalat handball Intramural and was ,iaSt (UI D"UUWbO (!hue* career development office of the Commander... Service Farct
Official IW: .
lUtes have bees too far apar team Atlantic Headquarters la Norfolk, Va.-
nothing was left oat. nearby Hatches. Plnerale at Us own request. active on the bowling, ouT,

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tuMished'bv 1 I the Florida Star Publishing. Compntt

'MEMBER",' rr ur Whitney M. YOI.I, !r.:

1 Police Power

I NEGRO- -P, ': < .: TjoN L major problem this country must face III to before It

too late In the growing militancy of is pollc.
a"oml Commission on the Causes
study of the

nlt. siMhon..iniiiiciNfi: .01111. 1 mWtancT enUoTof wems Vtolence to have recently exceeded war reasonable bounds."

report went on to say that the police had become 'a self-

RUM, WOOTEN..CIRCBLATI0N MAX A(ElMAILINS rlvaliieven Independent duly elected political officials In power'Influence.which" sometimes

and other minorities are'
I excesses against Negroes
ABBRESS mown Indeed. the public outcry against them may tan
their frequenc But any minority can become t
2323 MONCIIEF 1111 e.t. and now long-haired ,
110 and student atlvlsts are

P.O. BOX S9S JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIII 322lf 1IIIr the brunt of Intolerance.
B4rltele! ( peaceful de-

PHONE 354-1712 NIXON MAINTAINED THAT THE e'' that was sprayed broken the up area bye I I

.. 'GREAT MAJORITY OF THE tear gas while exits were I
MIAMI OFFICE 5011 N.V. 7ti' M! PEOPLE IN OUR CITIES"APE HOT At other campuses, I

MORE 751-3073 ANTI-NEGRO, ANTIWELFARE, of calling administrators la the police are tear-be-l

ANTIPOOR, OR REACTIONARY .. of cast Instances of over "
SUBSCRIPTION kATP HATERS. RATHER,NIXON SAID I, : on the part of officers that led to brutal treatment of

One Year $12.00 Half $7.oq,4a..Ued To You THEIR 'LOUD AND CLEAR'CALL and faculty alike. "
Year of the problem, the Commission's report Indicates Is,
Anywhere In CVe: Uad!,:: States IS FOR DOMESTIC PEACE.'THATS far too many policemen get hung up on their own "law
AdvanceSend THE MESSAGE FOR THE w + order" rhetoric. '
Subscription Parable A CANDIDATES IN THE FUTURE c and order are necessary but when "Justice" Isn't
Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 69'; R ', of the formula police state repression sets In Demon-
HEDECLARED.. against Injustices and public acts to symbolize the
,JACKSO: /tLL FLORIDA 32201: _,_ "' ,..f.Q' In our society are guaranteed to a free people 1 by the
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mandate for free speech.
) not the Job of the police to stifle dissent and uphold
OF THE FUTURE"? MR. PRESIDENT status quo. Policemen like other civil .servants are

One Idea Is Powerful IndeedIn \ OIed to be neutral on public Issues and non-political.
the evidence indicates that policemen are getting more

June, 1942. James Robertson delivered an address before III1 yI II "'IIII"'II / / I / ""l1 /%/II In political activlty-and rigbt-wing activity at that..
the Klwanls hub; of Birmingham, Michigan on the subject' recent: weeks obviously limited candidates have been elected
;jet one Idea. "If I had a choice given me of one idea or all the 'S of their cities thanks to organized police electioneer
atomic bombs In existence, I'd unhesitatingly choose the one They ran on the slippery law and order theme with some
:Idea. You 11'01114 too. For with it, you could get everything ', YOUR WEEKLY I racism thrown in for good< measure. And who can forget
In the world you wanted," said the speaker.We 1 1'S visible support given George Wallace last year by some
have found great deal of truth In the statement that the. .
Idea is powerful. For Instance Henry Ford Just had one Idea. .. ", armed group like the army or the police contains a
His idea was to produce scar cheap enough so that the common to liberties If it Is allowed to become Involved In civilian
'man could afford to buy It. Lok at the idea of Jim WalkersIn ;.. ) I .. If the cities aren't to be threatened with political
Florida: He took the Idea of a small' house complete as : HOROSCOPE GUIDE 1 the police will have to return to thler traditional
an outside shell, if the customer had the lot, and It made him : role.
rich. ., certainly have legitimate grievances. The report said:
Take the idea of boy meets girl. The Idea takes hold of the ., : find that the policeman In America Is overworked
boy and shakes him to the tip of toes. It twists Urn inside .' I ,, underpaid, and undereducated" A major effort
out and remakes him Into the grandest creature that walks BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER :be made to upgrade policemen and make their profession

the earth. By this simple device 'boy meets glrl-the young. attractive for younger people
man can run half a lifetime. better educated police forces would not be so
This of the Idea of Jesus: God is our Father and we are his HIC.ARE to see "outside agitators' behind every campus da-
children. The least In his sight Is Just as precious as the king. : ,.t YOUR LUCKY ,DAYS or civil rights picket line The Commisiton's
It was the Idea of dignity of the Individual, the sense of personal said one cause of growing militancy was the constant
worth. The late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,ted<< preaching "i they receive, including some from the federal<
thIIldea. FOR that encourages them to see international con
Now is the time for someone, to come up with the Idea of ( behind demands: for,social reforms.
peace in the world and pat It Into action. We need to activate \ society that tolerates excessive police force, allows its
the Idea of decent wages for every working man, and the to become a reactionary political power bloc, and,
nation need the courage to make these Ideas come alive. I. \ BUSINESS- LOVE -TRAVEL? In some recent Instances freely acquits policemen of
We need an idea to relieve poverty care stuttering and and excessive brutality Is a society domed to lose
snoring, to bring back to life victim of cancer to rid the nation TMjrjrMr. MJr'jrjrrMjnrM'rMr" WA' freedoms
,of wastefulness of the monies paid In taxes, to resolve student .. unites nerd the f8aoureel to dn ::_
i" "It" 1 ; ,. -
confrontations on our college C-ampusel. to give the unfortunate I r crime: effectively.:They ee4 l higher salary scales
a lift, and to Invigorate the dying tissues of the moral fiber of ARIES CANCER : SA.ITTARIBS better' training. They need be'tuHy: ( ptef 1ttUY.oI
the nation '. IIRgI t'J communities theyt serve, and that means enrolling pro
BORN.M11CN. BORN JDIE"2tl' BORN All: BURN NBV.23ri number of Negroes' and other minorities. And they

Hrf ) SEC better cooperation from the community In Identifying
Block 17th APRIL 1911 JOLT 21id, HPT. nit lawbreakers. _

Reparation MovementIs Get ready. If anyone is houseor It's your move\ Anyone having Hopes are shimmering. For Tou're getting one thing they don't need and must not be allowed to
apartment bunting don't a birthday during this period, get what is past and start living who nave\ faced reality is political power and Influence that is reserved to
Unsound overlook the power of advertising ,especially if it falls on or right on the assumption that this 1s have adjusted to it, in a democracy.
We Rave your own notice after 14th, should be elated for the best of worlds. Trends are a long breath ot ,.,,'.
have never approved of the idea OI"li1kIDllnto a church by printed or answer any ad that having chose such a wonderful steadying, u are old friends road ahead, at
militants' and then Interrupting services by demanding reparatl looks especially promising date Individual lives may be 1 1 and there should be no reason part of 4t, may be Okayed
fa from white Male
"In churches for wrong done to Negroes. (llth). The new lunar phase brightened by the addition of' in the world why hopes should roses, symbolically Degrees
our long crusade' we have never subscribed to the reparation beginning early on 14th Introduces romance .a special event or not>> be shortly fulfilled (Olin). The thing to do Is
prejudice raised Us head issue
concept. Bishop G. Spools-food, board chairman ot recently on the of per-
a favorable period 'to? something out of the ordinary The beginning of the new lunar the personal or Joint
the National Association for the Advancement of Colored In males to enroll at the female state college, named
tenting, buying or selling pro creatlvtlccompJlshm phase attests to this possibility through the usual .
r People said in a keynote address at the State at Rock Hill, S.C. .
Mississippi chi
NA.\Cj' perty. It should not be difficultto highlights should not>>t be no doubt! taking place after 14th. hard work plus
Convention i running political battle that
lasted five the South
lacking, with much If It be The new lunar
obtain financing when the' not all may better so for this phase
We concur with the Bishop that"it lse '"y and It is emotionally circumstances are favorableand of the attention being centered would leave no room for? doubt that you never have Senate agreed to let male students receive degrees
appealing but it is not the fairest way for this white generation nthrop College, provided they enroll by the fifteenth
the credit rating above '< on you (nib-15th). And there ing. Start working over plans In the way of cash
to and redress its children.the wrongs" still visited upon this black generation question (15th( : ). It could be'In will be more to follow maxlng: and turn on the switch for personal and other assets to and have lived In the state one year before doing

many Instances, that preparations It desirable to be in the best : action to get them In the final push .
We learn that a gullible task force of leaders of white of form executed passage of the coeducation bill came after repeated
for a coming alliance are physically and in without argument
churches recommended praising $500 millions for reparations tellectually. :(15). (to let things cool off) over a two-hour period during
In full swing and providing all
demands by black militant James Forman. Senators Lew Wallace of Tore and Marian Gresette of
Who authorized James Forman to demand such reparations? the excitement that. a human >:j.39 -1266 -22 -.u1.SealPia 4'- 44"'-'16 45 78 bargained like hucksters over compromise preposals.
Would It not be better to petition than demand, since demand .canjjtand. once we realize what the admission of males (and colored
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has a savory connotation? What plans have been made for l. too) Issue can stir up when it comes to getting admission
(banking this money and how lilt to be dispersed? What plans BORN OCT. Ml- UK20tLjPEB. all-white girl institution The September IS 'loff and.
.of record keeping have been Implemented?Should not churches residency requirement were designed! to prevent an Influx
if they have the daslre to contribute,careful about "to whom' SHIN. APRIL',. BORN SEPJ.23rl '. J4tiNII.JM [ males from the North. It was acceptable to the out- .
the Is of the *,
money paid"? not sponsors bill. ,
OCT.23rd Talk about the future: Nov Working is so bad.
The reparation movement is olt of the question, since It is 2Jti.2iti'' ,that many of your t. oubles are' be that many compromise will keep out Negro males for a while at.
morally wrong promises nothing specific for the uplift of ove'r. Break loose. It Is becoming .W. all get the point without repetition!
Think t When the emotions behind you and they should be, have to stay close to ,
Negroes strategically impractical. more apparent day by day that
start acting up there is It mal be Just the right moment, or to home base, for
The word "demand' has become trite. Is not there more little peace of mind to be enJoyed something out of this worldis to give a new direction to your'! or another. As long Experts Work Te Assist
forceful to developing and that had ,
way right ,
wrong Inflicted upon Negroes In the for any leog'h of Urn you life This may Include someone provides an outlet for
nation? better be In
on It (llth). The
The fact Ipr.v1ousaUlanc. confirmation, If one Is needed who Is willing to share It with energies and Is Peer People
left 11 < what llth to boot the objections
may have scar no Is provided the hens you come may (9th- ) f ,
guaranty that love will not find phase highlighting ej the new all 1m:. In view of experiences of the*', apt to be long or you do not know the National Office for the Rights of the
The Appropriation Itch its i way into the heart again. portent solar 10th house (Nth).i put. It may be wise for both i! (llth). ms'it, a division of the HAACPLegal!Defense and Education
This (line, it could,be for good. It may mean parties concerned discuss the NOR0( has expanded its operation to include legal!
From what is going on' in many of our legislatures, the The matter Is bound to come high places, a recognition rise In status from facto:s already p,eleDt or that services may have Involving student demonstrations u well u schools- ,
lawmakers have the ''"appropriation Itch."' 'The thougbtruns up repeatedly until you or the achievement of what is, could come up after a union has the rest of this month relations and consumer welfare '
f' I through their fingers 'so that they are itching to appropriate seriously consider Itandarrlveat particular been established 0 04th. Such you are a free was established March 16, 1967 under 11 million three-
success tot
monies without the necessary forethought. a final decision (llth)). Proposals -: one or the other. If Interesting means I matters as social andpro- liberty to set your grant from the Ford Foundation. B Is designed to extend
In North Carolina for instance $379,000 made 'after'' fesslonal activities This would
was appropriate especially financial developments are give and test care litlgatlonTsopport to attorneys (both
, for a Umedical: school which 1s unsound If they were the 'advent lof, the new,lunar It. appears desirable to ensue, extremely Important it must' chances to make practitioners and legal aid societies)who ere providing
going to do anything, It should have been medical have excellent chanced keep be known where
a fair-year phase an them confidential to exactly they will tieD to savings services to Indlgents and make available to these attorneys
!t, college. Compare appropriation the in order to get doctors trained forthwith -. being accepted Mth.lSth( ). ,belag Importuned by prevent tavor- W.ID. dividend-paying substantial experience and expertise in law reform of the
appropriation with what the
Defense -
'il.50.e7.B-42.7ri; seekers and the like and Educational Fond, Inc.
(13th). t'3. 40.245CIPIICOII' :
is medical
professional man say would cost to establish a first- work,will aid In
t rate four7 ear medical college. In the neighborhood of f fno- ;{:;)9': U' ;-5f--.ti',' .-: :::5i.: :;i controversial Issue combating of decentralization consumer frauds in the, resolving public
million. -
1":" *. PIRCESlip and community controL The hiring and of
I The rapidity with'whlcb Florida has been establishing new 'uf" Jill IIC., Is one 01 the Issues raising manylegal techD1caI1tIe.

I'. ,universities considers quality In'less, education.than ten Before years is amuingwhen! one' ttM'' MAT IIII JllY. .. 'tiri" .jAjum: '. FEB.. which IroRI can halp.
one or two new universities '
'!' can get on the sound footing some politician pools .1t:!t::' JBNE Mattit's :23ri : Iii; 22.1 You_ call the time Now that,,I'' 1111.., III; 2 THE LATE

.another one cut of hat.. Mow that we have all of theseuniversities the Incentive. It's rewarding Doh't be obylous./There will..., some rather difficult problems i i It's a new-den Many JOHN,1. LEWIS
1 prlators" and two on the drawing board, the "appro- to be praised and regarded have to be greater dependenceon have been dispensed with, or ,be able to write finis remember the. time when the .late John L' Lewis. who
1. budgets each are of these balking on providing the financial biennial u unique In our special fields wile strategy discretion should have been. It's time upsetting period. tt the bright labor light for the miners,' was lalelled; by
t. B universities Deed. of endeavor. But this being a to achieve major objectives, to reassess your position and ,be possible to la the nelghbodiojd "The Mighty Big John" -. .
appears' that the Itchy appropriates are about to spread ,material world. It Is even more. While the urge to lead Is never arrive at a decision. This may chapter that will are often simple and seldom facetious,' but at that
our state
need all university system too'thin for Us own good. Dove so to receive: compensation la' abated, the tactics employed to Include romance, man lags, exciting accounts and a John L. Lewis ranked second only to "Mighty Mouse."
:' Florida of these universities at this time? It we do, then let equal proportion This could get others to follow may have 'loved ones and Joint financial ending., The feeling like the courage exemplified by sincere John L. Be took
r ai of,higher stop learnuurl giving the widow's mite to the state Institutions be the factor In the back of to ,be modified',Jo suit the' Interests Important moves, Is so, backed by a little .*! '- labor and toctal Problems by two horns and
..!, Gemialaoi'minds during the. circumstances (llth-13th). Bis made after the advent, of the, or experience, shoeU the national activities to a halt'with t strike In.the
This Week quarter with meat of the in-' confirmed by the new lunar New Mjon; have a better chance;, many for this '. In the coal mines. .
Ii I Nefre, History dlcatlons supposing to favor phase that subtlety back-of- of, succeeding as planned or,, (llth).< The new Atlanta Constitution mentioned lasts as I"grand
' the-scenes hoped ((14th). But this does not; should bring of the
and language
r' July ,7, 1863:: Slavery was abolished In .Dutch. Nest Indies..' financial Interests. II naturally arrangements wboclashedta great rolling! passages
to I individual other methods than those prlvenllDyon. from discussing! >; into a mure Pf"Wents, Congress the courts and
,Is up to the openly pond even organised
>July 7. 1949: Willie (Bunk) Johnson, musician who taught or through channels, to set the generally' employed will have 'the matter or making up one's i setting, the itself. 'Sometimes Mr. Lewis through the strength
Louis'Armstrong to play the trumpet died wheels motion, for it seldom to be considered to get desired mud before, for instance on i onion 'that may be' band, though not always la respectable dktioa. Once he
'SfJrJ'J9145 B1Uy Eckrtlnt' popular singer< wa* borate Is the case $bat anyone else. results (I4th).Secrecy may have llth A down-to-earth appraocl I,.04th)., The task of verbal picture cI Vice Presided John fence Garner; u
Pittsburgh.July will do !It tot u ( thUth). to be upheld regarding financial to any of the related subjects, Is not to -bSlflL Potor-ptayliui.wUlskyHtrlnktagerlloMman."
..10,,, K79": Mary McLeod Bethune; the ,late. educator terms lest( this become bone and what they may mean in the i itp of their else but John L.Lewis could getaway with sack language?
of contention or the target ofottlcial future,.should be .taken on the'to be held back by coal is not mow the main cot in running the to-
,;w women's leader'uci'OUDdti; of Bethme'-Cookmaa college at. Investigations 13th. gendered by past .. -wheels of the nation, Lewis showed otter labor gratis
Daytaa' Bach, ., wu tarn Is Mayeivite, IC. .' '" ought to fight. And what we liked most about this
*,J' f 1.5o. **1> 17.1 if?* .. 999. ? &'; IC 14.. 9ttt J> ''l-l9'M)9-47-v7ft_ 10.90.11'u"PS .. that Jw was generally, a winnerI' .

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I St. Matthews.: : AME Holds Annual Men's Day U. League Secretary Heads SS .

I Messiah Baptist PlansWomen's Calendar Hester-Jones Wedding Rev. Benjamin Bruce Listed

Day For Sunday For Sermon On Sunday Evening

Events Gianni T, Brown executive director of the Ja'aonvllle
Womia't wlllbecele- Devotional services will be Bells
Urban League, widely known as a speaker and i radio: personality
brated oo July 13 at Messiah led lire Annie Burin and Mrs.
will be the guest superintendent Sunday morning< St.
Lillle Outlaw of Mt. H.rman'Baptist.
Baptist Church Sunday School:
Matthews AME: Church Sunday: School the xeaslonbeln&Kell'l
begins at 9.45; with Mrs Jessie Mrs. Randolph will be MT. TABOR r Ralph Emory Brown, 282S
Mae Browa ofSummervllle in charge or music. Mrs. Usher Board No.1 of Ut.Tabor Phyllis St. 19 and Barbara! Day.

Baptist u guest superintendent Barbara Brown will be mistress Baptist will meet with Mrs Joyce Damon, 1216 W, 5th St. Services will: get under way Downed as a pastor and a
llri. Eartha Green of St.Josepb of ceremonies, representing the Nellie M. Smith Saturday at 18 with the Sunday School at ':30 hillier as well
as an
Baptist will teach Mo. 1. Mrs. Holy Living Church of God. Mrs 8 p.m. July 12, Mrs. Smith a.m LW CottreU of St Paul evangelist He has

Lula Williamson of St. Mark Mary Spene of Ut. Herman will lives at 2148 North Circle. H. Bobby Norris 5749 Dried St., AME Church and state! president Christmas parties for sponsored underprivileged -

Baptist will review the lesson. introduce the speaker Mrs T, Overstreet Is past president. tO and Mary Elizabeth Cooper,, of the ACE League will children for more
Ross Stephens of West Union review the lesson.
4229MoncrlefRd.W.U. : than 25
years tbrou&bcommu1t
Deacon Mrs S. Catson MT. SINAIUsher
Singleton Baptist. ,pastor- Harry Williams of Allen
: activities. He Is the
lor-the-toy, will attend .the in- Board No. 2 of Mt.SlnalBaptist Benny M. Vicars, 14U ,E. Hit Chapel AXE Church, Leonard fame, of Mrs Laura Rose and
Given Trial 'Sermon vitation. The offering'will be: Church will sponso3 St.. Hand Linda Juanlta Watson Wltcoxi! + of Mt. Sinai Baptist Mrs Wallace L. Weatherbe of

taken by Mrs Mary Cooper: and an outing to Magnolia Lake 147I.' 23rd St. Circle 17. Donald Sumlar: and Ronald Jacksonville.The .
Deacon Wesley Singleton rill Mrs Charlie Mae Turpen. Saturday, July 19. The bus will Sumlar of Second Baptist will! service
deliver his lermonSanday: Young people will be charge lean the church Sixth! : and Lee, evening -.Ulbelln
Maury Wright Philadelphia at
7pm. Rev, y, Benjamin
morning at 11.30: a.m. at the at 3 p.m. Miss Christine Evans at 9 a.m. ArthruDavisispresl- Velma Irene
Pa., 23 and Mc Bruce
Mt. Olive
pastor o.
Revelation Baptist Church Herman dent Rev B.J. Lane is pastor.
will Mt. as
Queen, 6207 Lone Star Rd. 19. AME Church, will preach Rev.\
The C.L. Telialr Gospel will mistress of ceremonies Miss "

serve dirlng the day Sunday Gloria Smith will serve as WASHINGTON COURT: t liji Gerald Nathaniel Glover 1312 has Bruce formerly of Jacksonville,
p.stored churches in
School at 10 with Janice Washington Court No. 206 will .
a.m Jacksonof
begins chairman. Mrs .
Pasco St. 23 and Jean
Betty :Pensacola and elsewhere..
Uri Hills U superintendent.Eev. Abyssinia Baptist will speak sponsor a trip toMajnolla Lake Browalea 903 W. Monroe St., The Youth Program will
C.L. Teltalr Is pastor. Miss Annie Hayes will deliver July 31. Bus stops will be: Miss Ellanlr Jones daughter of Rev E. Jones of Bethel AXE 21. at 3:30: p.m. Rev Theodore begin R.
the welcome address,with Miss Florida and Third 8a.m.; Church and Mr. LloYd Hester son of Mr. and Mrs. Lolyd

Rev.. A, Richardson Jackson presiding Florida and Union 8:IS a.m.1; Hester of Seattle Wish pledged troth on March 22, at the Gary Cord Hanson Dublin Ga. the Johnson Church, associate of God minister In-Christ: of

At 6 p.m Mrs. Lillle McQueen Masonic Temple, 410 Broad home of the pastor, 1209 Tyler In a five o'clock ceremony.Rev. 22 and Shelley Kay Morrison.. Steal and Blue Streets
Holds Quarterly Meel t will be the speaker. Mrs Jewel Street 8:39 a.m. E. Jones performed the ceremony Mrs M.A. Jones 330E.5thStlS. speak He Is teacher at Northwestern Fail-

Seward of Mt. HermanaxedMrs mother of the bride, was hostess Mrs Hester is a recent Junior high school and
Rev A.R. Richardson will hold Rosa Campbell of St. Joseph DELIA CAMPBELL graduate of the Florida AiM University and Is employed In
the .
198 t serves on coaching .tarr.W.K.
Chapter Chit Chat Civic
Delia Campbell
t Quarterly conference Sundayat will lead devotional< Mrs ; the Duval County School System Mrs Hester majored In home
Young chairman
St. Stephen AME Church Mamie Paschal villbe mistress will sponsor a trip to Magnolia economics. She Is active in religious and social circles of the :

Fifth and Davis Rev R.V. of ceremonies. Music will be Lake on July 19. Stops will be: city Mr. Hester a native of Ft. Lauderdale, Is a sophomore Club Plans BallThe Richard Rev Jones is co-chairman.
8:30 Eugene Motley
Webster pastor will preside provided by the St. Joseph Forty-fifth and Cleveland : at FAMU where he Is majoring in electronics He is an Air '' REV BRUCEbe pastor :
Friday night Choir. Mrs. Gladys Murray will a.m.; Sixth and Davis Force veteran. Chit-Chat Civic Club will

Sunday School begins at 9.30: ; read the IH ipturu. Mra and Kings Road and Myrtle sponsor Its Town and Country guest teachrs.: Rev. Samu1 Holy Tabernacle \

with Dr. A.C. Madry, superintendent Minnie Colsonwillintroducethe 9.30 a.m Ball on July 19 at the homeof Washington of West Union
in charge.Consecra- speaker The offering will be Mrs, Dorothy Gilmore 2173 Baptist will be the guest of Holds Annual
takes place at 1045.: The raised by Mrs. Gladys ROSE OF SHARONThe West Nth at 8 p.m Casual the adult! class
Zion Rise of Sharon Bible Club dress is suggested All clubs!) vlll be
morning worship begins at 11 Henderson of Hope Baptist The morning sermon Assembly MeetThe
a.m Presiding Elder Richardson Church and by Mrs. Omella sponsors trip to Magnolia and the public are Invited.Commandments delivered by Rev. W.H. Znders
Lake on July 12 stops will be twenty-second General
will speak.The male chorus Brown.
and the young adult choir will 2403 Ellington Avenue 8.1S: Tea Assembly of the Holy Tabernacle -

sing Praised a.m; 33 PIerce, 8:45; 1431 West 1678 Ninth, Bishop R.L.

Usher Board No. : will serve. 22nd, 9; Myrtle and Tenth 910: ; To Be Given Jones 'pastor, will be July 21
Thirteenth and Fairfax; 920: to 27.
Sarah Dawklns
At 3 p.m the
a.m.lud; Thirteenth and All reports are t to be turned
Court of Heroines of Jericho At Mt. Zion AME
,will celebrate its anniversary. Pullman 930: Another bus will in by July 19 at S p.m., during
McQuade 8.30 Steel The Ten Commandments will the business
The ACE League meets at 545.: stop at: ; meeting. The
Grunthal 9 Twelfth and be In the form of missionaries will
and ; presented a sponsor a
Conseeratloa: is held at 6.4):
preceding the evening service. Criminal, 8.15: and Pullman and ,tea Sundae, July 13, at Mt. project on July 12 at the homes

Closing exercises for the Thirteenth 9.30.:: x Zion AXE Church from S to 7 of Mrs. L. Meadows, 1630 West

Vacation Bible School will be p.m. by the Trustee Improvement -, 23rd, and Mrs. M. Stafford at

June 13 Mrs A.B. Splcer and NEW 3ETIIELNew Committee.The 1228 West 16th, beginning at
Bethel AME's Vacation
: +etl ,> public Is invited. D'.m.ATLANTIC.
her have been charge
group Bible School was a success, Mrs. Alice Stone will p.-eslde
On Monday night Trustee J.S.
according to Rev E. Jones and will represent St. Plus
will meet the
trustees.Cenwrlgbt The Ways and Means pastor In the fifth year of his Catholic Church Mrs Johnnie

service. Mae Lewis of Mt. Zion AME
committee will met at 'l::30. is the REV W, ZANDERS\
,, Rev Jones attending will present music Mrs. Ruth
Trl convention of the West Wise of Bethel will BEACH
Baptist give
In Unity) Jacksonville District Dr, A.R. the In/ocatlon. M.S. Rosemond I
.Clewtston, Dr. Zanders Is re-
Bishop G.N Collins presiding Rl'bard3: presiding elder. Satterwhlte Da/is of Mt. Zion Presiding;: Elder W.F. Foster

prelate of the Eleventh Delegates! represent the Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Crier, Jr., announce the engagementand AME will render a piano solo. held his quarterly conferenceIn

Episcopal District of the School AME RlehU&League. approaching marriage of their laughter Carrol Gi ler, to William D. Cannon of New Elected Roberts Mt. Pisgah. Sunday

African Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society, Michael Wesley Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs H.I. Harris and Bethel AME will sing., School opened at 9:30. with

church, visited the AME Church 4 p Allen Youth Council andScouts.-: foster son of Mr.' and Mrs Ernest Kirk The wedding will be Mrs Alice Stone will read Julius Howell In,charge. Rev.

t rof the Master Sunday morning.'Revi'WaterfoyCpaiU Mrs Olivia .Harrell,president Sunday July 13, In Mt Ararat Baptist Church. Elder R.B. "The Ten Commandments: for R.J.; Arnold l lsjea: the,InvitationRjv.'ir.V,1F6Het

: *, of the Sarah McGlnnli Harlston pastor of the Ephesus Seventh-Day AdrentlstChurch, Teenagers' Mrs T.V.Randall ; p.eached.
said, "'!"Bishop Collins expressed : Missionary Society;was receptionist will officiate. Kiss Crier Is a graduate of the New Stanton will narrate "The Ten Julius King won as King in the

himself as having enJoyed to the society and frlenda High School of the class of 1966. She is now a biology major at Commandments From The recent King and Queen con'est.

the. services We on July 9 at the Beach home Cukwood College. Huntsvllle Ala. Mr. Harris received his Bible.". Mrs Randall will represent He was the first person to Join

Floridians are fortunate to have of Mr, and Mrs Louie Jones B.A. In music at Andrew University, Berrlen Springs, Mich Peace Baptist Church. the church

a man of this outstanding Mr. and Mrs. Jones were hosts. and his master's at Bowling Green University Ohio. Presentlyhe Remarks will be made by JohnH. Mrs Moss aria Pace was

character and calibre to preside New Be'hel's Sunday: School Isinstructor ofGerman andmcsieatOekvpod. Weems Photo Morris o! Mt. Zion AME. crowned -uun. Mrs Sarah

over us. Re is one who has. under the leadership of F.F. Miss Bernice E, Griffin is Payne teat second runnerup\

.. not lost the common touch. He Donalson, P.J. Williams and chairman Mrs. Annie Cart- Charlie Williams, Jr., was the

SALLYE MATHS beft lends the large, the great (officers, will have Tea Time Elder A. Hill Plans wright is cochairman: Mrs first Sunday SchoDlScholar. The
from 4 Ho 6 In the Speaker
He has endeared Wardell Mathews Is
and the small. program sponsors express thanks.
Sallye Conyers
teacher at the, himself in the hearts of all lower and: ,torlum of the church. chairman Rev Charts E. Mrs. Remel Rice, member of
above Unity over whom he has presided. Third and Tyler Mrs Serena fifteenth AnniversaryElder Toston is minister, St. Andrews in Jacksonville,
Tru D and
.Assembly!) of recently
Tolbert has completed two
Bishop Collins has brought to pro St. 'REV. J. COLEMAN! Is convalescing Private George
ordained as a Unity Minister Stephen
i Jects In the Interest of new A. Hill will observehis
ordination services held June Florida faith, hope and confidence Robinson, stationed at Fort
.f in carpeting "Christlaa Unity" fifteenth anniversary si Rev Johnnie,
in the future. He Pola, La vl.1teducutly
.16, 1969, daring Association the Unity Con executes wisdom in counsel. His has been the theme of several pastor of First Born Temple .Baptist Lists minister of Christ Unity before leaving for Vietnam.He .

Ministers dear wife, the Episcopal supervisor recent sermons by the pastor 823 West Monroe, beginning Temple 8601 South Slat.Street, visited with Miss Gloria
ference at the Unity School of Re?. Jones Is pres'dent\ of the Annual Dual Day
Lee's who labors tirelessly by Monday, July 14. Chicago was named residentof Jeanette Cross Water Bell,
Christianity Mrs. Wannamaker, Summit Is thedau&l1t.r his side, has the Missionary Ministers Alliance of Jackson Bishop H.J. Echols of Way- Saint Stephen Missionary the Association of Unity member of Roberts won the
ville. Rev. James presented cross Ga., will speak Monday Churches at a recent five-day ,
of the late H. Society performing as never Baptist; Church 4201 Almeda, elections for the 1969-70Student
Methodist minister Henry before. She has ingratiated her Bishop G.N. Collins to the group night. On Tuesday Bishop M.C. will hold Its Annual Dual Day conference held at the Unity Council: at Integrated Fletcher

Conyers, Her mother self in the hearts of all and recently, H. Cooper of the Apostolic Sunday, July 13., School of Christianity in Lee's Junior! High He Is the first
>: of S'ampler, S.C. '
survivedher In highly respected and dearly church of God In Chirst will Services will open with the Summit Mo. Rev. Coleman a Negro to win.Excelsior. !
Mrs. Ministers
Sally Conyers, AME.
has beenprw.d speak. Wednesday Elder Flax graduate of Wiley College In
husband and later married loves Bishop Collins Sunday School at 9:30: a m JolIIIMoril
acclaimedby On Thursday Minister: Thomas Marshall! Texas, has pastored Singers
by the press, will be guest superintendent !
the Ute who Rev *.William assistant the clergy, endorsed by the Wives In RetreatIn REV J. SAMS of the church of Prophecy will J.C. Price will be guest Christ Unity Temple since its
Slngletary, was the ,. speak. Howard of Howard founding In 1938. She has served Faith Temple Guest
of Beulah educators and lauded by :.teacher of Class No 1, Deacon I
'pastor Baptist laymen." Pomona Park Rev J.C. Sams, above will, Memorial will speak.E I4tr J.L. .Kenneth Wilson of Class No. 2, her congregation contlnously

Church Jacksonville Mrs.. on July 25, will speak at the Hill of the First Born churchof Henry Young of Class No. 3, and with distinction since that The Excelsior Gospel l Singe 'I,

Wannamaker was Inspired from Morning Star Freewill. The Ministers' Wives Council fifty-fourth annual session of Jessup Ga., will speak Wilbur Davis for Class No. 4, time, During the past year will serve Sunday morning,July
early childhood to enter the of the AME Church embracing the Progressive Baptist State Friday. OnSaturday the speaker Deacon Clarence Cunningham Rev, Coleman served as vice 13, at the Faith Temp Church

the field of Christian service Church Has RevivalThe Florida and the Bahama Island SS and BTU Union convention will be Elder Hodges of First for No 5, Frank I Luster for"No. president of the Association of of God.In Christ 1633 East 21. 'I'

by her religious parental in- Morning Star Freewill held Its "Annual" at Pomona at Fort Myers Dr, Sams is Born No S. 6, George Sharpe for No. Unity Church and was subsequently

flueoce and has given much time Baptist Church 1528 East 20th, Park, Fla, with Mrs. L.M. also president of the National On Sunday Elder Herbert:: 7. James 8. Geowrlgbt will be elected to the presidency .. PTOrfE; FOri FREE:

and study to the principles of will present its first annual Plckett of Daytona Beach pre Baptist! Convention of America' Cohen of the First Born Church guest reviewer aDd Glenn of the Con'erence./ The EXAMINATION"DR

Christian idnls. Sbe Is a product Crusade for Christ revival from siding. wen president of the Progressive of Atlantic Beach will preach.At .. Foreman secretary minister was ordained in 1939. : ;: :REX SMITH
of the local schools and July 14 through July 20. Guest speakers Bishop Baptist Convention of Florida 3:30 p.m. Elder Sam 111 Rev. Noland Harris will speakin She is a former mentor of j

a graduate of South Carolina Top youth choirs and outstanding GN Nelson, Collins.Dtnlels and Mrs DrCB. O.B. and pastor of Second Baptist. Cohen andthecongregatlonfrom the morning service. He is 'the board of .'trustees of the

State College. The minister was citizens, will participate. Gainesville speak. On Sjndty pastor of the Enterprise Baptist PAGE' 900 w, STATE 14-1187.[
Collins was unable' to appear St. Stephen'ACELeague CONTINUED ON 10
a well-known educator In the Ministers will be Rev. E. of Illness.Participants at 7:30: Elder ".1 Smith of the Church of Woodbine Deacon

Duval County Public School Calhoun, Rev H. Rhlm, Rev because were Mrs. Myra, Installs First Born of Palatka will James Bryant Deacon Leroy :

System for a number of yearsas R. Shanks and Rev F0>. D. King Mrs. F. Hunter Mrs speak. Mrs. Irma R, Kelly Is Jaksoo and Deacon Chester Your professional beautician
as elementary schoolteacher Richardson Jr, as well as Rev Mrs: E.A. Hale Mrs. chairman. Willis will be in charge of de- r

She retired In June of A.L. Jones, Jr., and Rev J.L. Morsel; Jones and Mrs, M.E. New, Officers votions. Following the pro knows the answer. .
1968 to fulfill her ministerial Morgan, cessional by the male chorus I
Mrs Fannie
Foster and
Coffey Recently elected officers of St.
and to give full-time ,T Brown executive of E manual Baptist! and Its
calling Clanxel Mrs.. M.D. King gave resolutions Stephen' ACE League were Installed St. Paul Baptist tr
service to the community to director of the Urban League, sad made Introductions ushers Rev B.F. Addison will
people of all creeds.Open House will be the speaker on July Sunday: by the pastor, read the Scriptures and present

will be held at the Center, 20 at 3:30 p.m. Miss Beverly Rev R.V. Webster during an the speaker. The offering will

071 Spires, on July 13, from Lawrence chairman. Rev. YULEE FLA.The conducted Impressive recently candle light by service MissCharlene I Holds Anniversary be taken by Rudolph Braceyand peroxide needed to t

,5 to 6 p.m. ,Walter Marshall Sr.,Is pastor. Deacon Wilson Chairman
Taylor. Saint Paul Baptist Church, Harol Hair Jr. and Rev.
First Baptist Church of New officers are: James Genwrlgbt 3738 Winton Drive, will' AddIson will make closing remarks color unwanted gray hair? (

Yolee has observed and Jr., president; Charles celebrate the ninety-fifth .

CHurch News I continues to celebrate the 39th Williams, vice president; anniversary ot the congregationand The evening service Till begin

anniversary of congregation Carolyn ,Genwrtght, secretary; the fourth of the pastor Rev at 7 p.a. Mrs Naomi Addison Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray i

"FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTBT and the thirty-fourth of the Shirley Scott, assistant E.E. Taylor, from July 27 Wand will serve" as acting pastor for hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical relaxing -

pastor, Rev. D.V. Slngletary. secretary; Rowenla Webster Including July 29. Various, the women! Councilwoman -can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older
,Sunday School begins at 9.45: with the superintendent, Mrs. On Friday, 'July U, Bethel' treasurer, Sheryl MaxlaeShumaa churches ,of the city will particlpate. -, Sallye Mathls will speak. Devotions than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging
Leister Smith, in charge. The morning services: begins at '
AME Church, Callahan will be chaplain and Juanlta .
hesitant about
11:30'wifk will be led by Mrs effects, many are using permanent peroxide '
Deacon Joseph McPherson and Deacon Winston la charge Rev. WJ). Young Is. Jackson reporter. Rev Taylor pastor asks that !
Mamie Glbbs, Mrs Viola haircoloring which may change the natural hair color while
Ware In
charge of services. At 4 p m District No. will pastor On Sunday, July 13, the A program will be presented all deacons and trustees, along Jordan and Mrs Rose Wallace. coloring gray.Professionallytrained.

meet U the church. Deacon Joseph McPherson leader Rev. Sunday School will open at 9.40.: Sunday, July 12, by the leaguers with the members meet The Gospel Chorus of hairdressers know the Importance of
H. Robinson will Usher .Board No. 2 and Choir No. S
Deacon Priori: and Deacon ar 5:30: fcjrfMaceo Tuesday night July IS for a
P.J. Philadelphia Baptist will lead their customers' preferences when !unwanted: gray becomes a
will serve. Prayer meeting is every Tuesday night
Small will be In charge. special business meeting. He Is
the processional. Moments of problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi-

TABERNACLE BAPTBT INSTITUTIONAL Rev D.V.Slngletary will speak Temple 186 also asking that all districts meditation will feature Mrs. ,permanent Loving Care' hair color lotion without peroxide .
School la the morning service and at and auxiliaries make their Hadassah Bullard. Mrs. Elaine to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
Sunday at 9.30. Mrs. Hessle Solomon
opens superintendent I p.m., the communion hour 4 reports on July 27 for the annI- Shupe will read the Scriptures. also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical
will be in charp.The lesson will be reviewed by Mrs.J. .
Wjnn. Re,. W.E. Young will speak la the morning service.All At 8 p m IIY.ra1Pllts will Meets On July 11 versary. Mrs Anna Smith will presentthe processing. Because of mildness, Loving Care maintains
be Mt. Carmel The d.acollland trustees will
present. Baptist speaker, Mrs Rosa Lee healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
choirs and Usher
Board No
youth I will serve. All districts
of Croos, Rev. A. Frailer Pride of Maceo Temple No. sponsor a special project Johnson of St. Paul AYE Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her
will meet Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. la the auditorium.,The pastor and Harper's 186, ffiPCB of V win meet Sunday. District No. 4 will hold
; Chapel Is
Church ,
The offering will betaken hair, she always wise to consult a professional beautician.
at sponsor a project. In the church dining room Baptist Piney, Rev James, July 17 at 8 p.m. at 712 West its monthly t meeting at the by Mrs Rosa-lee Ryles Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand
beglsalag All
noon Saturday choirs
youth rehearsal .
Gardner pastor,will be present Dunn: church after service Sunday,
and Mrs. Letha Madderlck.: the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most
at 9.30. The
J Wednesday teachers meeting Is Wednesday at On Monday night July 14,Rev Daughter Ruler Hattie .L James at 4 p.m. The pastor also asks Mrs. L.G. Genwright will make personalized haircolonng effects every time she visits her salon..,
6:41 Prayer meeting will be at 7:30: The educational classes
C ,Whltten of the Mt Pleasant ask all daughters to be In that the congregation and
observations. Closing remarks If you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why rot ask your
,meet at the church every Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Wynn
Baptist of Callahan will attendance Important businesswin officers him to
,. and Mrs Solomon are teachers., will be made by Mrs. Irene beautician to glamorize' it with Loving Care
". the service. A reception will be transacted. Queen B. Beulah Baptist Church for Poker
CONTINUED ON PACK 4 follow. I'Willlams Is 6 cochalrnunandbyRev fiCUtrollne.1947 c:Courtny Clin Inc.r .
reporter service Sunday p.m B.F. Addlson, pastor

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SiNEGRO" i! Police Power

6 M''' fjO 1d One major problem this country must fact up to before It
of Its pollct.
11 too late in the growing militancy
'. A of the National Commission on the Causes
." I d and SSSoC Violence recently warned that "tile present

ERIC'3IMPSON..miMtlllK police militancy seems to have wceedad reasonaWe bounds"
.JBITOR nt report went on to say that the police had become "t self.
political power' which sometimes
flllBA IOOIEN..CIRCILATION MANAGER "rivals even duly elected officials in influence."

against Negroes and other minorities are'
MAILING ADBRESS I well Tknowu excesses, indeed the public outcry against fern. tiny have

lessened their frequency. But any minority eat become t

2323 MONCRIEF IOAI target and now long-haired

h hippies and student ativlsts are

P.O. BOX 5JJ JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIIA 320f* u feeling Berkeley.the brunt a of peaceful Intolerance.At demonstration -.

was broken up by a I

,,PIQUE 354. 112 MXON MAINTAINED 'THAT THE helicopter that sprayed the area I

.. 'GREAT MAJORITY THE with tear gas while exits were f

MIAMI OFFICE 5011 .... 7tk" M| PEOPLE IN OUR CITIES-APE HOT 'V blocked At other campuses fearful ,
college administrators are {
ANTI-NEGRO, ANTMELFARE./ of calling in the pollct because _
ANTIPOOR, OR REACTIONARY of past Instances of overreaction '
I on the part of officers that led to brutal treatment of
students and faculty alike. ,
flue Year, $12.00, Halt Year, $7.00rMaJled To You THEIR LOUD AND CLEAR"CALLISFOR Part of the problem, the Commission's report indicates, Is,
DOMESTIC PEACE. get hung up on their own "law
Anywhere In ae: U:::ecl !Staten that far too many policemen
'THATS THEME SSAGEPORTHE and order" rhetoric. .
Subscription Payable M Advanife but when "Justice" isn't t
fUTURE { Law and order are necessary,
state repression sets In Demonstration
STAR-P.O. BOX 69J part of the formula police
Send Cheek Or Money Order To: FLORIDA '
HE DECLARED. against Injustices and public acts to symbolize the

,JACKSOfILLfc,'FLORIDA 32201 rt?' (' ,, wrongs in our society are guaranteed to a free people by the
/ Constitutional mandate for free speech.It's .
not the Job of the police to stifle dissent and uphold
1 "THE MESSAGE OF THE FUTURE"? MR. PRESIDENT the status quo. Policemen, like other civil servants art

supposed to be public Issues and non-political.
One Idea Is Powerful IndeedIn But the evidence indicates that policemen are getting more

involved in political activity..-and right-wing activity at that..
June, 1942, James Robertson delivered an address before I .II'I I.II'IIII"'III IIIIIIII".I'I'II.I'IIIII"1 In recent weeks obviously limited candidates have been elected
the KIwanis Club of Birmingham, Michigan, on the subject' electioneer
of their cities thanks to organized pollct
;jot one Idea. "It I bad a choice given me of one Idea or all the 'r mayor order theme with
ran on toe slippery law sod
atomic bombs In existence, I'd unhesitatingly choose the one subtle And who forte
racism thrown In for good measure. can
:Idea You would too. For with It, you could get everythingIn YOUR WEEKLY Wallace last
I the visible support given George ,year by some
the world you wanted, said the speaker.We > .
have found a great deal of truth In the statement that the. : : policemen contains
armed like the army or the police a
: Any group
Idea Is For Instance Ford had Idea.
powerful. Henry Just one Involved in civilian
threat to liberties If it is allowed to become
His Idea was to produce a car cheap enough so that the common .
If the cities aren't to be threatened with political"coups"
man ould afford to toy It. U )k at the Idea of Jim WalkersIn I politics
the police will have to return to thler traditional
Florida: He took>> the Idea of a small house complete as \ GUIDE
an outside shell. If the customer had the lot, and It made him H9 non-political
rich They certainly have legitimate grievances The report slid:
"We find that the in America is overworked
Take the Idea of boy meets girl The Idea takes hold of the policeman ,
I: undertralned underpaid and undereducated" A effort
boy and shakes him to the tip of toes. It twists him Inside f\ major
BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER should be made to upgrade policemen and nuke their profession
out and remakes him Into the grandest creature that walks
attractive for
the earth. By this simple device, boy meets girl--toe young more '' younger people.
Certainly, better educated police forces would not be so
man an run half a lifetime.
This of the Idea of Jesus: Cod Is our Father, and we are his WI. .': ) ARE I prone to see "outside agitators' behind every campus da-
WHICH YOUR LUCKY DAYS ; monstratlon or civil rights picket line. The Commission'sreport :
children. The least In his sight is just u precious as the king ,
It was the Ida of dignity of the Individual, the sense of personal said one cause of growing militancy was the constant
worth. The late Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr., died preaching : propaganda they receive, including sonw from the federal
tblIldea. FOR government, that encourages them to see International conspiracy -

Now Is the time for someone}, to come up with the Idea. of .', .' behind demands: for,social reforms.A .

peace In the world and( pat: tt Into action. We need to activatethe I' J society that tolerates excessive police force, allows Its
Idea of decent wages for every working man, and the I I policemen to become a reactionary political power bloc, and
nation need the courage to make these Ideas come alive. BUSINESS-LOVE-TRAVEL? u In some recent Instances, freely acquits policemen of

We need an Idea to relieve poverty, cure stuttering and crimes and excessive brutality, is a society doomed\ to lose

:snoring, to bring back to life victim' cancer to rid the !nation "li .il ll'II 'I"I".I'I""II.I'I"II.I'I'.I'Ii'I II"'I' ,Its freedoms.The .
wuieiurneu 01 modes tars !10 resolve student ...... police needthe, resources to'do their legitimate Job-
r oi we pall IB ',' ,t., N '1 \ 1 .. \\.j . .. crime .
confrontations on our college campuses, to give the unfortunate I ,', combatting effectively. They ae4 higher salary scales
r"a lift, and to Invigorate the dying tissues of the moral fiber of ARIES' SA.ITTARII and"better training1. They need Wtr&my ( teswau.. of
the nation .. CANCER the communities they serve, and that means enrolling a proportionate
BORN MAICRftti BORN IIINE22H BBRN IIC, BORN NOT.23ri number of Negroes and other minorities And they
BEC. 21st'. need better cooperation from the community! In Identifying
APRIL ',IStl : IDLY 22IJ SEPT. l21t stopping lawbreakers.But .

Block Reparation Movement Get ready. 'If anyone Is house It's your move Anyone having Hopes art shimmering Forget Tou're getting there Those one thing they don't need and must not be allowed to

or apartment hunting don't a birthday during this period, what is past and start living who have faced reality,and who have, Is political power and Influence that is reserved to

Is UnsoundWe overlook the power of advertising i especially if It falls on or right on the assumption that this is have adjusted to it, can draw civilians in a democracy. "
Have your own notice after 14th, should be elated for the best of worlds. Trends are a long breath of relief. The ,
have never approved of the Idea oiwrfdng Into a church by printed or answer any ad that having chose such a wonderful .,steadying( as are old friends, road ahead, at least a good
militants and then interrupting services by demanding repara- looks especially I promising date. Individual lives may be I and there should be no reason part of Jt, may be strewn with Male Degrees Okiyed
U w from white churches for wrong done to Negroes (llth). The new lunar phase brightened by the addition of in the world why hopes should roses, symbolically speaking.The Winthrop

"In our long crusade, we have never subscribed to the reparation beginning early on 14th intrOduces romance, ,a special event, or not be shortly fulfilled (llth). .thing to do Is to bolster Old prejudice raised its head recently on the Issue of permitting
concept.: Bishop G. Spootswood board chairman of a favorable period "to? something out of the ordinary The beginning of the new lunar the personal or Joint economy males to enroll at the female state college, named
the National Association for the Advancement of Colored in creatlvnccompUshment.So., phase attests to this through the usual methods of .
t ;soling, buying or selling pro- possibility Wlnthrop, at Rock Hill, S.C. _
NA.\CP People, Convention said In a keynote address at the Mississippi State perty. It should not be difficult cial highlights should not be no doubt taking place after Uth. hard work plus frugal ways After a running political battle that lasted five toe South

to obtain financing when the lacking, with much if not all It may be beter: so?for this The new lunar phase reveals Carolina Senate agreed to let male students receive degree
We concur with the Bishop that"it is"v and It Is emotionally that have too muchIn
of the never
circumstances are favorable attention being centered would leave no room for doubt- you at Wjithrop College, provided they enroll by the fifteenth
appealing, but It Is not the fairest way for this white generation on you (lIth.15th), 'And ing. Start the way of cash reserves
and the credit rating above to redress the wrongs" still visited upon this black generation question (15th( )). It could be* In will be more to follow, madng: and turn on the switch for per- and other assets to aid you so. .

and We Its learn children.that a gullible task force of leaders of many instances, that preparations It desirable to be In the best i jsonal action to get them in the final push upward ((14th): Senate passage d the coeducation bill came after repeated

churches recommended praising $500 millions for white for a coming alliance are of form,' physically' and intellectually executed" without argument. recesses (to let things cool off) over a two-hour period during
reparations in full and all : I5)). which Senators Lew
demands by black militant James Forman. swing providing Wallace of York and Marisa Cresette of
Who authorized James Forman to demand such reparations? the excitement that a human ).9 -39 -1268 -22 -111.SCIIPID ? '4'-44-J6-45.' 78-111 Calhoun bargained like hucksters over compromise preposals.
Would canjstaod.. At once we realize what admission of males (and colored
it not be
better to than
has a savory connotation?petition What plans demand have been sine mada demand for 8..Q9 18 23 -eu- 9'if .12, $gl' 4Z 1718 334 AtlARIIS.. males, too) issue can stir up when It comes to getting admission

(banking this money, and how lilt t to be dispersed? What plans llBRA" BORN OCT. Bill',")IAN.2iCJEB. to an all-white girl Institution The September IS tutoff and
of record keeping have been lmpIementedShould churches JWIL the residency requirement were designed to prevent an influx

If they have the daslre to contribute careful about "to whom', BOJK APRIL"", BORN. SEPT ilftl ,; RIV.JM Htfc' numbered of Negro males sponsors from of the the bill North. It was acceptable to the- out-*. ,

the money Is paid"? Talk future,' Working is not so bad. It' couldbe
about the ,Now .
The reparation movement Is ou' of the question since It Is 2ftl .' 11th' 23flV OCT. jtfBreak that many of your t. oubles are that. many Aquarians will The compromise will keep out Negro males for a while at.
least. We all get the without
morally wrong, promises nothing specific for the uplift of Think*it over: When the emotions loose. It is becoming behind you and they should be, have to stay close to the Job, point ,repetition!

Negroes, strategically Impractical. start acting there is more apparent day by day that it may be Just the right moment or to home base, for one reason
The word "demand' has become trite. Is not herds more little peace of mind up to be enjoyed something out of this world to give a new direction to your! or another. As long u this IDFExpuis WIk.To. Assist
forceful way. to right the wrong Inflicted upon Negroes In the for lengb of time is developing, and that yon bad life This may Include someone provides an outlet for creative
nation? better be In It (nth). The
on energies and Is remunerative Peer
The fact thatapreviousalllance who Is willing to share It with People
confirmation If one Is needed, what to boot the objections are not''
may have left scars Is no you, come may (9th-llth). ; ,
guaranty that love will not find I is provided \y the new lunar In view of experiences of the' apt to be long or pronounced If you do not know, the National Office for the Rights of the

The Appropriation ItchFrom Its \way into the heart again. phase highlighting the all important past It may be wise for both : (nth). The new lunar phase Indigent, a division of the NAACPLegal Defense and Educational .
This time, it for good. solar 10th house ((14th.1) parties concernedtodiscussthe confirms that duties and Fund (NORI), has expanded its operation to Include legal
what Is going on' In many of our legislatures, the The matter is bound to come may mean recognition from factors already or that' services may have priority for problems Involving student demonstrations as well u schools-.
lawmakers have toe'"appropriation Itch.""The thought runs up repeatedly until yon high places, a rise In status, could come up after a union has the rest of this month, unless communities relations and consomer welfare .
f, their or the achievement of what is established Q4th). Such you are a freelance or at NOR was established March 18
through fhgers"so that they are Itching appropriate seriously consider It and arrive been 1967 under a$1 million three-
T monies without the necessary forethought.In at a final decision (llth). Proposals -: particular success means tot matters as social andpio- liberty to set your own hours. year grant from the Ford Foundation B is designed to extend
North Carolina, for Instance, $375,000 was appropriate made, especially'after financial one or the other. If interesting fissional activities are This would give you added research and test cart lltlgatlon-sjpport to attorneys (both

for a two-year' medical school. which Is unsound If they were .the adent.Ot. the DeW lunar It developments ensue, extremely Important and it must chances to make valuable addition private practitioners and legal aid societies) who art providing
r going to do anything It should have been a fou-year medical phase have an excellent chanceof them appears desirable to keep, be known exactly where they will' to savings aDd other" legal services to Indlgenta and make available to these attorneys

I college appropriation in order to get doctors trained forth being accepted 04th,15th). confidential to prevent' GUn dividend-paying holdings the substantial experience and expertise in law reform of the
with. Compare the ". being importuned by favor Legal Defense and Educational -
f I 1179,000 appropriation with what the Fund Inc.
"ll50 67.12.42.'t79 seekers and the like (13th). 9,-'t"'t1'3 40:245 This work,will aid -
r professional medical man say would cost to establish a first- in combating consumer frauds, resolving
rate :g9'10:19 "Tf" s': ::Si': :fl :551 the controversial issue
I' four-year medical college in the Del& '5 CAPIICIRNBIRN '" of decentralization in the public
PICE1 schools and community control The hiring and firing of
;: The rapidity with'which Florida has bees establishing new cMINI" Ul"v'JRN IECu personnel 11 one 01 he issues raising manylepl tecbn1calWes
; universities in less than ten years Is uniting ,when one URN' .JILL BOIN FEI., Pith which NOR! can belp.
considers MAT >! iiAjuiti I : I '
quality education. Before one or two new universities .
it can get oo' a sound footing some politician pools ,;11stL!: .JANE J1s1\ :23rl AH. 22tT Too call the time Now that',.,", m. .. THE LATE JOHN I. LEWIS

: another one cut of the bat.. Now that we bare all of these a the incentive It'sr.nrd- Don't be obvious.'There will ,. some rather difficult problems "_. It's a new down. Many should .
l' universities, and two on the drawing board, the "appro s to be and regardedas have to be greater dependence have been dispensed with, or ,be able to write finis to a rather fire remember the. time when the late John L' Lewis, who
: prlators" art 'balking on providing the financial biennial ing praised fields on wile strategy and discretion should have been. It's time upsetting period..,. It mat. then. was the bright labor ,light for' the miners; was labelled by

t I".\ budgets each of these universities need. of endeavor.unique in our But special this being a to achieve. major objectives. to reassess your position and .be possible to open a aw* children In the neighborhood "The Mighty Big John." .

B appears that the itchy appropriates are about to spread material it is While the urge to lead Is never arrive at a decision This may chapter that will contain more Children are often simple and seldom facetious, but at that '
our state university! system toO thin for Its own good. Do we world creamers abated, the tactics employed to Include romance, man lage exciting accounts: and a happier time John L. Lewis ranked second only to "Mighty Mouse"
need all of these universities at the time? It wt do, then let so to receive compensation. This could'In: get others to follow may have loved ones and Joint financial ending. The feeling that this We like the courage exemplified by sincere John L. He took

Florida stop giving the widow's mite to the state Institutions equal proportion' tope modified 'to suit the-, interests Important moves is so, backed by a l little wisdom the miner's labor and social: problems by two horns and
In back of
'be the factor' the
:' of higher lear nine! Geminlan minds the, circumstances (llth13th). Ills' made after' the rdvent of the ,i, or experience, should qualify brought! the, national activities to a half with a strike in the
confirmed New M jon have a better chanceof many for this Interesting task. coal in the coal mines "'
the ;
r'ls Week In Notre Hlstery quarter dlcatloos, with many< of to the favor In- phase that subtlety new tack-of- succeeding u planned or,t,!,', Qlth). The new hoar phase The Atlanta Constitution mentioned Lewis as a grand
supposing hoped ). But this does not;' should bring outstaadlngtakats narshall of the language wbochshedto
the-scenes arrangements,. and (14th peat rolling purges
7 U63. interests. It
Jtly Slavei wai financial naturally
,' y abolished In Dutch. West Indies.. other methods than those prevent anyone fiomdlscusslng;> into play, a mart rose atlc with presidents. Congress, the courts and ma organised
': '. July 7. 1949 Willie (Bunk) Johnson, musician.; who' taught Is up to the individual, openlyor generally employed will haveto the matter or ,making up one's, setting and the possibility of a labor Itself." Sometimes Mr. Lewis through the
\ Louis. .Armstrong! to play the trumpet, died. through channels, to set be considered to gvt desired mind before, for instance, on union. that may be enduring j la hit hand, though not always respectable diction. Ones he
for It seldomis
wheels In motion, A down-to-earth appraochto 04th)., ,The task of Plsceansla drew a verbal picture Vice President John
U J J'J914' Bmy EC| "M. popular else ,results 04th).Secrecy may have nth Manet Carper, u
!' Pittsburgh.J singer'" was born la the casrjhat anyone to be upheld regarding financial any of the related subjects, general Is not to deny the a"hboe-baltlog.pokee-phafto .wh1sk-4r1.nklne"UoId...."
late educator" wut do it for. u ('tbUth).. terms lest' this become: bone and what they may mean in the promptings of their hearts, lotto Who else but John L. Lewis cook)getaway with such language?
July ,10, 1879: Mary' McLeod Bethime, the 'of contention or the target of futures shoukl\ ) betaken on the.15th I r be held tack by fears engendered Although'coal is not mow! the maiD cog la running the In

;;t'I I;.women's leader'and founder of> Beth,_-Cookmas college &t o.l1c1l1lnYesllpUoa by past happenings 'dustrial vneels of the nation, Lewis showed otter labor graft
Dayton Beach, Fa., was born in MsyesrlUe S.C. .how they ought to fight. And what we liked most about.this
tip,1 4.5011187.999. ,. .. :. ?*&t'I414.. sC 900.1L"1 1 :'l-3 54 )5,-,41I1R '10- jW maa was was generally a winner


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I ,St. Matthews.: AME Holds Annual Men's Day U. League Secretary Heads SS.. I

I Messiah Baptist Plans Calendar Wedding Rev. Beniamfo Bruce Listed 4

Women's Day For SundayWomen's For Sermon OR Sunday Evening

Events HesterJones'l Clantel T. Brown, executive director of the Jacksonville
Day will beet It- Derotlonal services will be Bells
I Urban League, widely l known as a speaker and a radio; personality
brated on July 13 at Messiah led Mrs. Annie Burih and Mrs
Baptist Church. Sunday School Lillle Outlaw of Mt Herman will be the !guest superintendent Sunday mot: 'nlngit St.
AME Church School the MeD'1Day
Matthews Sunday
begins at 9.45 with Mrs Jessie Baptist. Mrs Randolph will be LIT TABOR Ralph Emory Brown, 2825 .
Mae Brows ofSummervUlt in charge or music. Mrs. Usher Board No. 1 Mt.Tabor Phyllis St. 19 and Barbara

Baptist as guest supirlntendent Barbara Brown will be mistressof Baptist will meet with Mrs. Joyce Damon, 1218 W. 5th St. Services will get under way nowaed as a pastor :and a
Mrs. Eartha oSt.Joseph ceremonies,representing the Nellie M. Smith Saturday, at 18. with the Sunday School at 9:30 builder
Baptist will teach No. 1. Mrs. Holy Living Church of God. Mrs I pm, July 12, Mrs. Smith i.m. A.". Cottrell of St. Paul evangelist, He as has well as an

Lula Williamson of St. Mark Mary SpeD:' of Mt.Herman will' lives at tltl North Circle. H. Bobby Norris, 5749 Draud St., AME: Church and late! presi- Chrlstmu parties for sponsored underprivileged

Baptist will review the lessee Introduce the speaker, Mrs T. Overstreet Is past president. "20 and Mary Elizabeth Cooper, dent of the ACE League, will chlldrea; for: more-

Roils Stephens of West Union 422) Moncrief Rd. W., 18. review the lesson: than 25
years through
Deacon Singleton ,Baptist. Mrs S. Gatsoo,pastor- MT. SINAI Harry William of Allen
comminity: activities. He 1s the
for-the-day, will attend .the Invitation. Usher Board No. 2 of Mt.Slnal Chapel AME Church Leonard
Benny M. Vicars, 1423 E.%lat. fathe. of Mrs Laura Rose. and
Given Trial Sermon The offering'will be: Baptist Church will sponsor St. 18 and Linda Juanita Watson, Wllcoxi' of Mt. Sinai Baptist, Mrs Wallace L. Weatherbee of

,taken by Mrs. Mary Cooper and an outing to Magnolia Lake l47'E.. 2Jd St. Circle, 11, Donald Sjmlar: and< Ronald Jacksonville.The .
Deacon Wesley Singleton will Mrs Charlie Mae Turpen. Saturday, July M. The bus will Sumlar of Second Baptist will!
deliver his sermonSjnday Young people will be charge leave the church, Sixth and Lee, evening service willbegin
Maury Wright Philadelphia at
morning at 11.30 a.m. at the at 3 p.m. Miss Christine! Evans at !9>> a.m. ArthruDavis presi- Pa., 23 and Veba Irene Mc- Bruce 7pm. Rev Y. Benjamin;
.i pastor o Olive
Revelation Baptist Chll ch. will represent Mt. Herman as dent. Rev. B.J. Lane Is pastor.
Queen, 6207 Star Rd. 19. AME: Church, will pach Rev.
The C.L. Teltalr Gospel will mistress of ceremonies Miss :n',
serve diring the day. Sunday Gloria I Smith will serve as WASHINGTON COURT \ Jif Gerald Nathaniel Glover 1312 Bruce formerly of Jacksonville,
School at 10 with Court No. 208 will :, pastor churches in
begins a.m, chairman. Mrs. Janice Jacksonof Washington
i Pasco St. 23 and Betty Jean Pensacols elsewhereThe .
Mrs. Hills as superintendent Abyssinia Baptist will speak. sponsor a trip toMajnolla! Lake Browalea, 903 W. Monroe St., 5 Youth
Rev. C.L. Telfalr Is pastor. Miss Annie Hayes will deliver July 31. Bus stops will be: Miss Ellatair Jones daughter of Rev E. Jones of Bethel AME 21. at 3.30 Program Rev will begin R
: Theodore .
the welcome address,with Miss Florida and Third, 8a.m.t Church, and Mr. Lloyd I Hester, son of Mr. and Mrs Lolyd p.m.
associate minister of
Rev A. Richardson Jackson presiding Florida and Union 815: a,m.; Hester! of Seattle, Wash. pledged troth on March 22, at the Gary Cord Hanson Dublin Ga. the Church, of God In-Christ; ,

At 6 p.m. Mrs. LUlie McQueen Masonic Temple 410 Broad home of the pastor, 1209 Tyler, In a five o'clock ceremony 22 and Shelley Kay Morrison Steel and Blue Streets

Holds Quarterly Meet will be the speaker. Mrs. JUIII l Street, 8.30: a.m. Rev. E. Jones, performed the ceremony. Mrs. M.A. Jones: 330 E. 5th St., 18. speak. He is a teacher Northwestern will-
Seward of Mt. Herman and Mrs. mother. of the bride, was hostess. Mrs. Hester is a recent
CAMPBELL Junior school l and
Rev. A.R. Richardson will hold Rosa Campbell of St. Joseph DELIA! graduate of the Florida A&M University: and is employed high
198 serves on the staff.
Delia Campbell Chapter Chit Chat Civic coaching
a Quarterly conference Sunday will lead devotloaals. M t I. the Duval County School System Mrs. Hester majored home
WK. Young is chairman.
at St. Stephen AME Church, Mamie Paschal will be mistressof will sponsor a trip to Magnolia economics. She is active in religious and social circles of the :
Fifth and Davis. Rev R.V. ceremonies. Music will be Lake on July 19. Stops will be: city. Mr. Hester a native of Ft. Lauderdale a sophomoreat Club Plans BallThe Rev Richard Jones is co-chairman.

Webster, pastor, will preside provided by the St. Joseph Forty-fifth and Cleveland, 8.30a : FAMU where be Is majoring electronics. He is an Air ''' Eugene Msbley is pastor
Friday night Choir. Mrs. Gladys Murray will .m.; Sixth and Davis, 9 a.m. Force veteran. Chit-Chat Civic Club will

Sunday School( begins at 9.30: ; read the scriptures Mrs and Kings Road and Myrtle, sponsor its Town and Country guest teachrs. Rev Sanul: Holy Tabernacle

with Dr. A.C. Madry, superintendent Minnie Colsonwillintroducethe 9.39am: Ball on July' 19 at the homeof Washington of West Union

in charge. Consecra- speaker. The offering will be Engaged Mrs Dorothy Gilmore, 2173 Baptist will be the guest of Holds Annual

takes place at 1045.: The raised by Mrs. Gladys ROSE OF SHARON: West 14th at 8 p.m Casual the adult class,.
morning worship begins at U Henderson of Zion Hope Baptist The Rise of Sharon Bible Club dress Is suggested All clubs! The morning sermon will be Assembly MeetThe

a.m. Presiding Elder Richardson Church and by Mrs. Omelia sponsors -a trip to Magnolia: and the public are invited.Commandments ,delivered by Rev W.H. Zndersanti.
will speak.The male chorus Brown Lake on July 12 stops will be twenty-second General

and the young adult choir will 2403 Ellington Avenue, 8.15: Tea Assembly! of the Holy Tabernacle -

sing. Praised a.m.; J3 Puree, U5:1n1Welt: ; 1876 Ninth, Bishop R.L.

Usher Board No. 2 will serve. 22nd, 9; Myrtle and Tenth,9.10: ; loBe GivenAt Jones 'pastor:, will be July 21

At J p,m the Sarah Dawklns Thirteenth and Fairfax; 9.20: to 27.

Court of Heroines of Jericho' a.m. ; and Thirteenth and 4 ?,' Mt. Zion AME All reports are to be turned

.will celebrate Its anniversary r Pullman, 9:39 Another bus will In by July 19 at 8 p.m., during
The ACE League meets at 545.: e } stop at: McQuade, 8.33: ; Steel The Ten Commandments will the business meeting. The

Consetiatloa: Is held at 6.45: ', and Gruntbal, 9; Twelfth and be presented In the form o of a missionaries will sponsor a

preceding the evening service. Criminal, 915 and Pullman and ,tea Sunday, July 13, at Mt. project on July 12 at the homes
Closing exercises for the Thirteenth, 9::30. ".4 j Zion AME Church from 5 to 7 of Mrs. L. Meadows, 1630 West

Vaatlon Bible School will be ,p.m. by the Trustee Improve:. 23rd, and Mrs. M. Stafford, at
NEW 3STHEL: went Committee. 1228 West 16th \ at
June: 13. Mrs. A.B. Spicer and beginning
New Bethel AME's Vacation The public! is Invited. Ua.m.ATLANTIC.
group have been In charge
On Monday night Trustee J.S Bible School( was a success, Mrs. Alice Stone will pesldeand

Cenwrlgbt will meet with the according to Rev. E. Jones, will represent St. Pius

trustees. The Ways and Means pastor In the fifth year of his Catholic Church. Mrs. Johnnie
service. Mae Lewis of Mt. Zion AME
committee will most at ,:30.
: ,, Rev Jones Is attending the will present music. Mrs. Ruth REV. W. ZANDERS\

Trl convention of the West Wise of Bethel Baptist will give BEACH
In Unity Dr, A.R.
District the !evocation M.S. Rosemond ,
.Clew stop,.Dr. Zanders Is re-
Bishop G:'. Collins, presiding- Rl'turds') presiding elder. Satterwhite Davis of Mt. Zion Presllng Elder W.F. Foster

prelate of the Eleventh Delegates represent the Sudsy Mr and Mrs John Henry Grler Jr., announce the engagement AME: will render a p'ano solo. held his quarterly: conference

Episcopal District of the School AME IChat&League& and approaching marriage of their laughter Carrol Crier, to William D. Cannon of New ElectedREV. in Roberts) Mt. Pisgah. Sunday

African Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society: Michael Wesley Harris, sun of Mr. and Mrs H.I. Harris and Bethel AME will sing. School opened at 9:30: with

,church, visited the AME Church w,, Allen Youth Council and Scouts.. foster son of Mr., and Mrs., Ernest Kirk. The wedding will be Mrs., Alice Stone will read Julius Howell charge. Rev
t of the Master Sunday\ horning Mrs. Olivia .Harrellpresident Sunday July 13, In Mt. Ararat Baptist Church.\ Elder R.B. "The Ten Commandments: for R.J. Arnold Iswed the InvitationR4v."vUF6sW

'Rev 'aferfora:;;-patter., of the Sarah McGlnnis Harlston, pastor of the Ephesus Seventh-Day Ad' ntist Church, Teenagers. Mrs. T.V.Randall I : p.eached.

said, ""Bishop! Collins expressed Missionary Society; was receptionist will officiate. Miss Grier is a graduate of the New Stanton will narrate "The Ten Julius King won as King in the

himself as having enJoyed to the society and friends High School of the class of 1988. She is now a biology major at Commandments From The recent King and Q:.Lean contest.He .
the services We on July 9 at the Beach homeof Otkwwd College Huntsvllle, Ala. Mr. Harris received oU Bible.". Mrs Randall will re- was the first person to Join

Floridians are fortunate to havea Mr. and Mrs. Louie Jones. B.A. In music at Andrew University, Berrien Springs Mich. present Peace Baptist Church. tha church.

man of this outstanding Mr. and Mrs. Jones werehosts. and hIs matter's at Bowling Green University In Oliio. Presentlyhe Remarks will be made by John Mrs., Mossjria Pace was

character and calibre to preside New Betel's Sunday: School, is Instructor of German and mu:sic at Oakw pd. Weems Pdoto. H. Morris o! Mt. Zion AMI!:. crowned uun. Mrs Saran

over us. Re Is one who has under the leadership of F.F. Miss Bernice E. Griffin is Payue was second runnerup.

... not lost the common touch. He Donalson, p.j Williams and chairman. Mrs. Annie Cart- Charlie Williams, Jr., was the

SALLYE MATHS befi lends the large, the great officers, will bare Tea Time Elder A. Hill Plans wright Is cochalrman.: Mrs first IW1d1y SchoJIS holar.The
Sunday from 4 Jo 6 p.m. In the Speaker WardeU Mathews Is
Sallye ''Conyers Wannamaker and the small. He has endeared program sponsors express thanks.
himself in the hearts of allover lower ajd:torlum of the church chairman. Rev Charles E. Mrs. Remel Rice, member of
above teacher at the '
Unity Third and Tyler Mrs Serena "","' :J Anniversary Toston Is minister
Assembly! : of Tru'J,and recently whom he has presided. Fifteenth St. Andrews in Jacksonville,
Bishop Cclllns has brought to Tolbert has completed two pro : J. COLEMAN Is convalescing. Private George
iordalnedas a Minister St.
Unity Stephen
/*i In ordination services held June Florida faith, hope and con jects In the interest of new '.fi ,v': : ?i .- r : Elder A. Hill will observe Robinson, stationed at Fort t
,;.' fidence 'la the future. He carpeting "Christian Unity" '( > his fifteenth anniversary asa Rev Johnnie Coleman, above, Pola, La., visited recently
16 1969 the t Lists
Ministers, daring Association Unity Conference executes wisdom in counsel. His has been the theme of several .. pastor of First Born Temple, Baptist minister of Christ Unity before leaving for Vietnam.He .

dear wife, the Episcopal super recent sermons by the pastor. r :: \ 823 West Monroe, beginning Temple, 8801SouthStateStreet, visited with Miss Gloria
at the School of ,
Unity ; :4t Annual Dual
Lee's visor who labors tirelessly by Re/. Jones pres'dent; of the I.. Monday, July 14. Day Chicago, was named resident Jeanette Cross. W.i'ter Bell,

,Mo.Christianity Mrs. Waanamaker, Summit Is the his side, has the Missionary Ministers! Alliance! of Jackson :,, :ifI\ J.i Bishop H.J. Echols of Way- Saint Stephen Missionary of the Association of Unity member of Roberts, won the

daughter of the late Henry H. Society performing as never yUle Rev. James presented' ", {, cross, Ga., will speak MowyiI. Baptist; Church, 4201 Almeda, Churches at a recent five-day elections for the .' Student
Conyers Methodist minister: before. She has Ingratiated her Bishop G.N Co'.Unstothegro'jp : ,; night. On Tuesday Bishop M.C will hold its Annual Dual Day conference held at the Unity Council: at Integrated: Fletcher
Simpler S.C. Her self In the hearts of all and recently H. Cooper of the Apostolic Sunday, July 13. School of Christianity In Lee's Junior High He is the first I
Iot ,
Mrs. survived in highly respected and dearly AME church of God In Chirst will Services will open with the Summit, Mo. Rev. Coleman, a' Negro to win.Excelsior.
Sally Conyers Ministers I
her husband and later married loves. Bishop Collins has been : speak Wednesday Elder Flax Sunday School at 9.30: a.m John radiate of Wiley College In I
..' It Minister Thomas Marshall! Texas, has pastored Singers
the late Rev William praised by the press,acclaimed On Thursday Morris will be guest superintendent. -
who assistant by the clergy, endorsed by the Wives In Retreat REV. J. SAMS of the church of Prophecy vlll J.C. Price will be guest Christ Unity Temple since its
Slngletary,of Beulah educators: and lauded by the i. speak Howard of Howard :teacher of Class No. I, Deacon founding in 1938 She has served Faith Temple Guest
pastor Baptist laymen." In Pomona Park Rev J.C. Sams, above, will, Memorial will speak. E Idar J.L. .Kenneth Wilson of Class No. 2, her congregation contlnously
Church, Jacksonville Mrs. on July 25, will speak at the Hill of the First Born church Henry Young of Class No. 3, and with distinction since that 'The Excelsior Gospel; Singe, i,

Wannamaker was inspired from Morning Star Freewill Tai Ministers' Wives Council fifty-fourth annual session of of Jessup Ga., will speak Wilbur Davis for Class No. 4, time, During the past year, will serve Sunday morning,July
early childhood to enter the of the AME Church embracing the Progressive Baptist State Friday. OnSaturday speaker Deacon Clarence Cunningham Rev. Coleman served u vice 13, at the Faith Temp'e Churchof

the field of Christian service Church Has Revival Florida and the Bahama Island SS and BTU Union convention will be Elder Bodies of FirstBorn for No.5, Frank I Luster for president of the Association of Chl'lst,1633Eastzl.. 'i'iP

by her religious! parental In- The Morning Star Freewill held Its "Annual" at Pomona at Fort Myers Dr. Sams is No. 3. No. 0, George Sharpe for No. Unity Church and was subsequently

flueoce and has given much time Baptist Church, 1528 East 20th, Park, Fla., with Mrs. L.M. also president of the National ,On Sunday Elder Herbert: 7. James 8. Cenwrlgbt will be elected to the presidency ;ONE: FOri FREEEXAMINATION' :

and study to the principles of will present its first annual: Pickett of Daytona Beach pre- Baptist Convention of America,' Coken of the First BornChurcb guest reviewer and Glenn of the COD.'erence. The '

Christian Ideals. She Is a product Crusade for Christ revival from siding. were president of the Progressive of Atlantic Beach will preach. Foreman secretary minister was ordained In 1959. r 'DR-;; REX SMITH
of the local schools anda July 14 through July 20. Guest speakers Bishop Baptist Convention of Florida At 3.30: p.m. Elder Samiel Rev. Noland Harris will speak She is a former member of

gradate of South Carolina Top youth choirs and outstanding G.N.Nelson Collins.Daniels.and Mrs Dr.C.B.O.B, and pastor of Second Baptist. Cohen and the conjregatlonf In the morning service. He is the board of ,rustees of the I

State College Tbemlnlsterwas! citizens will participate. 'Collins was unable to appear St. Stephen'ACELeague 30Ellde W.L.Smmiithofftthhe. !pastor of the Enterprise Baptist CONTINUED'ON PAGE' 'J 10 900 W. STATE EL4-11I7
at ,
a well-known educator In the Ministers will be Rev. E, : Church of Woodbine. Deacon
Duval County Public School Calhoun, Rev H. Rhim, Rev because First Born of Palatka will James Bryant Deacon Leroy
System for a number of participants were Mrs. Myra, I Installs speak. Mrs. Irma R. Kelly Is Jackson and Deacon Chester
yearsas R. Shanks and Rev, F.D. D. King Mrs. F. Hunter Mrs Your professional beautician
an schoolteacher chairman, Willis will be In charge of de-
elementary Richardson, lr., as well as Rev. Mrs E.A. Hale Mrs.,, .
She retired In June of A.L. Jones, Jr., and Rev. J.L. Morsel. 'Jones; and Mrs, M.E. Hewi.Officers, votions. Following the processional knows the answer .
1968 to fulfill her ministerial Morgan., by the male chorus I ,
Coffey Mrs Fannie Foster and elected officers of St.Stephen's ,
and to full-time of E man aI Baptist and its r
calling give Clansel .T. Brown executive ':
Mrs. M.D. resolutions
service to the community to director of the Urban League, and made King Introductions.gave ACE League were Installed St. Paul Baptist ushers, Rev. B.F Addison will \

people of all creeds.Open House will be the speaker on July Sunday: by the pastor, read the Scriptures and present "

will be held at the Center, 20 at 3.30: p.m. Miss Beverly. Rev R.V. Webster during an the speaker. The offering will
1778 Spires, on July 13, from Lawrence chairman Rev. Impressive candle light service Holds Anniversary be taken by Rudolph Bracey and Is peroxide needed to
YULEE FIA.The conducted: recently by Miss ,
Deacon Wilson. Chairman
.5to6p.m. Walter Marshall Sr.,11 pastor. ,
Charlene Taylor. Saint Paul Baptist Churc ; Harol d Hair. Jr.. and Rev.
First Baptist Church of New officers are: James Gen- 3738 Winton Drive, will Addison will make, closing re color unwanted gray hair? f

Ynlee has observed, and Wright, Jr., president; Charles celebrate the nlnety-fifta-: marks. ,
CHurch f News continues to celebrate the 39th, Williams vice president; anniversary of congregation The evening service will begin l

anniversary congregation Carolyn Genwrlght; secretary; and the fourth of the pastor,Rev. at 7 p.m. Mrs. Naomi Addison Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray j
and the thirty-fourth of the Shirley Scott, assistant E.E. Taylor, from July 27 td hair-and of
'FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTBT will serve as acting pastor for even slight fading natural color after chemical relaxing i
School pastor Rev. D.V. Slngletary.On secretary; Rowenla Webster, and Including\ July 29. Various the women Councilwoman -can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older''
Sunday begins at ':45 with the superintendent Mrs. Friday, 'J) 11 Bethel' treasurer Sheryl Maxine churches of the city will participate. .
Leaster Smith Sallye Mathls will speak. Devotions than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging
in charge. The morning services begins at AILS Church Callahan will be' Shumaa, chaplain and' Juanlta ,;
11.30 with Deacon will be led by Mrs effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
Joseph and Deacon Winston
Ware In of In charge. Rev W.D. Young Is. Jackson, reporter Rev Taylor, pastor, asks that Mamie Glbbs, Mrs Viola haircoloring which may change the natural hair color while
charge services. At 4 pm District No. 1 will pastor. On .A will be presented! all deacons and trustees along
meet at the church. Deacon Sunday, July 13, the program Jordan and Mrs. Rose Wallace. coloring gray.
Joseph McPnerson leader. Rev.
Sunday School will open at 9.40.: SwndayJulyl2bytheleaguers with the members, meet t The Gospel Chorus of Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of'
,, Robinson will
preach.,Usher Board No. 2 and Choir No. 2
Deacon Prince and Deacon at $.30 ]>jn- night July IS for a
will serve. P.J. Tuesday Philadelphia Baptist will lead their customers' preferences when }unwanted gray becomes a
Prayer meeting every Tuesday night. Small will be in charge special business meeting. He Is the processional. Moments of problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semI.

TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Rev. D.V.Slngletary will speak Macao Temple 186 also asking that all districtsand meditation will feature Mrs. ,permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. ,

Sunday School at 9 30. Yrs Hush Solomon la the morning service and at auxiliaries make their Hadassah Bullard. Mrs Elaine to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
will be opens in : superintendent 3 p.m., the communion hour (reports on July 27 for the anniversary. Sharpe will read the Scriptures.Mrs also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical
cbarp.neleslOll will be reviewed by Mrs.J. .
Wjnn. Rt,. W.E. Young will speak u the) morning servke. At I p,m ."era1CUests will Meets On July 11 Anna Smith will present processing. Because of Its mildness Loving Care maintains
All youth choirs and Usher be present. Mt. Carmel Baptist The coDJandtrlllteeswUl the speaker Mrs Rosa Lee healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
DoudNoZ"Wltrv.. All districts
,will meet Sunday. afternoon at 3 In of Gioos Rev. A. Frailer Pride of Maceo Temple No. sponsor a special project Johnson of St. Paul Aye Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her
will sponsor' p.m In the aedltor'hmTbmisslamatiu pastor; and Harper's .Chapel 186, IEPCE of W win meet Sunday District No. 4 will hold Church The offering will betaken hair, she is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
a the chnrch
beglsalig at noon Saturday project All dining room Baptist, Plney, Rev James July 17 at 8 p.m at 712 West its monthly meeting at the by Mrs. Rosalie Ryles Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand
youth choirs rebearsal'J -
Wednesday at S.M.. The Gardner pastor will be present Dural: church after service Sunday, and Y r s. Letha Madderlck. the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most
: meeting Wednesday at On Monday night, July 14,Rev.. Daughter Ruler Battle James at 4 p.m. The pastor also asks '
6.4S.: Prayer meeting will be at '1:30.1"IIe" educational Mrs L.G. Genwrlght will make personalized haircoloring/ effects every time she visits her salon..,
,meet at the church every Tuesday and Thursday. Mrs Wynn CWhltten, of the lit Pleasant asks all daughters to be laattendance. ,that the congregation and observations. Closing remarks If you dislike gray and want no peroxide, why not ask your
and Mrs Solomon are teachers.i Baptist of Callahan will close Important business officers accompany him to will be made by Mrs. Irene beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care
the service, A reception will\ will be transacted. Queen B. Beulah Baptist Church for cochairman and by Rev .
f>Clarol! Inc. 197I CouIt"1ofC..ItoIIftc.
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Friendship t Baptist In Ft. Myers Host To Progressive Bapt.I SS And BTU Union


Free Aid Accented MUMS Ho. 340 Celebrate Christian's Role II World's

':. : nr r _wx Straggle For Peace Is Tkene

The Progressive Baptist State Convention Sunday School
t i and Baptist Training Union will convene In Fort Myers, Fla,
from July 22 to and including July %7. The theme of the convention
will be "The Christian's Role in the Worlds Struggle

.. 'I ... For Peace."

-' 1.1' The church located at Palm J.C. Sams, pastor of Second
11 '. +' '. .. and Kerney Streets. Rev. L Baptist Church, 1* president
I 'I:' ;",1"" iii' .' 'Ir 'j.r \ Edwards is pastor. -of, the parent body.

J .tf.' ,. ...:t/f.:': : ,.', ',..,,;. .:"i\''' ''J.t: >"'" ".I.U. \ ..'. .w.,'.. ." <"'itU..t.., ,D' : ,,,, '\ \l.)' ,.. "' t ..1 ..> ,,' its The attention'u-da,to confab a solid will evaluation turn (Parent Rev. Sams body will board officiate meeting at the
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; t.:: "(11 : 'Y : .: \ t..t \ :: of the Christlu In these Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. On
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',. : .. .. .,.. ". : I I1 .days, his role as "a religious ;.Tuesday at 7:30 a local church
:* ,. ,Activist. his future in a program will be featured. Mrs.
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.:; ..... /'-J. .. /.7., ; .'_.. I ', ....... ,.." ; :.- ';. ... tumultuous! society: iMary Whlteherstassistant
; ". "N Rev< Scott, 1111 McConhle, /director of music and Mrs. E.
.Jacksonville 1 is p-esldent. Dr. IS. Hargrett, also an assistant,

.. will befnchsrgeoftheprogram.
'Orlando Will Host Deacon Rubin Davis of Mt. Zlon-!
Progressive of St. Petersburg

kA Eastern( Star Unit will bring the.! response

At ':30'Wednesday morning
"" On Monday, July 14, a one- the inspirational boor will be .

",,._"q :io'.';: :..: i!! Council of the Royal Grand read the scripture following
Temple Lodge,. MO, Free and Accepted Masons,win celebrate Its ibr unlrariary earnest Pierce, Worslilprtl-Master; Ungitoe BMW, Jr., Senior Deacon; JUeoard ... tees, Star Chapter and of its tile Masonic Order of jurisdiction the obaln prayer Rev. E.
Sunday j Jsly 13, at >pm. >The program will be held at the Zlon Hop Baptist Church, with William Cuyler, Chaplain Lloyd N. Pearson Postmaster; Marten, Boooe, Robert Brown and! will convene at Orlando, Burroughs will consider the
I Rev EH. ttmpsoB'as-the principal speaker. AH of the Masonic Family it Invited. Ernest. Curtis iPalmoret Back, Marlon Hill, Sr., Roy Brcnn'D11e Reed, Daniel Keflej;.Geot p with nine chapters theme. Mr*. J.L. Floyd of
Pierce is Wll. Above, from the left, front row, are shown members and officers u follow: Delgardo, James Henry, JIm Stephens, Lloyd .L Bush, Secretary Willie Allen., Wet These impressive services Sarasota will sing. Breakfast,
U. Lockett Charles A. Smith, Charlie Shasmar, Joe nice. Tiler; Harold C.Copeland, Anderson,Arthur: Capers, R.C Lewis and Melvln Jone.COLQGSIANS *. win begin at 9 am with Royal will follow. At 9:SO Moderato'
Treasurer!; Leslie Reed, Charlie Cicero Jr, Senior Warden, James Jackson. Junior Deacon; ,Grand Patron J.B. Hunter BH. Hartley and Rev T.M.
(Crawford will lead the dero-
making the call to order. The huge conven'tioo -
UNITY ASSEMBLY :Of TRUTH Filth r Teaple leaders The gavel will be presented ':tonal chorus period will sing DR.lams
to Presidents. Armstead Mrs.

1778 SPIRES AVENUE 353-9942 :CHURCH. NEWS I B.B.:presented Miller,t Grand by Matron President,will ;'will districts Organlaatlon preseavarfoaspresideae.and will workshops follow for Enrollments the

tlNDA\SCHOOLflSO! A. U.; Arms'ead. The recognition of and the adoption of
the Grand Lodge Officers and will follow.At .
ADULT BIBLE CLASS -10:00 A.M. Brethern will take place.At programs 11 a.m. Rev. E.R. Simpson

PEVOTIONAL SEh-VICE.:U.OO A. U.. BAPTIST 2 p.m. Third Vice Matron, of Zion Hope, Jacksonville,will

.' : (WEDNESDAY 8:00: P. M. Sunday School begins at 9.30: with the superintendent\ and Lady Daye will begin the meditation preach. Rev.J.R.Lee of Springhill .
A will feature
NEGULAR.LASS. S( teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at II a.m panel of Jacksonville will serve
( ( : M.SALLYE The evening worship begins\ at 6 p.m. Choir No. 1 and Choir Christian Women Around the as alternate. Rev. F.G. Hilton
CONSULTATION APPOINNENT No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve The pastor, Rev.I Star. Financial reports will be of Tampa will exhaust the.
made. Hannah B. Miller
C. WANNAMAKER MINISTERBUyaHOMEuw Crawford, will deliver the sermon. The Angelites Gospel Lady theme. Classes will follow.
1* GRM. Rev JH. Hunter is
Singers will render at after-service program at 8 p.m. On Wednesday night the young
The program is sponsored by Mrs. Christine Senior for the ,GRP. Mrs. Amelia Houston Is people will be In charge. Miss.
I I District No. 11 Choir No. I will rehearse at 6 p.m. Prayer 'Armstead secretary Mrs Sallle Josephine Coffee of MtMorlah
service will begin Tuesday at 7.30 p m. The church is located 1*president. of the Ridge and Eugene Porter
at 1154 West 31st of Grace Mary, Tampa self'
MONTHLY The two ladles! shown above are leader in Faith' e ,Holy Church Of speak. At 7:45 Rev.B,1bedtor4
PAYMENTS I EMANUELBAPTBT Annual Women's Day of July 13. Mrs. Leola Wade, left, is Williams of Tampa will'speak.

MAKE THE MOVE On Tuesday the teachers meating and the prayer meeting will General Chairman. Mrs. Lucille Dunn, right, is Co-chairman. Living God' Rev J.M. Mobley of Naples
be held with pastor and officers In charge On Wednesday Many Jazoos will participate In the services. Prominent, win serve as alternate. The
sOr.0 TO FINER LIVING Senior Choir No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. speaker hare been listed. Mrs knell Darning will be pastor- Mission Rally will be conducted

The noonday prayer service will be held Tbursdayat the church. foi-toe-day. Announces Annual by representatives of the state,
ILL HICK! The monthly conference will be held at 8 p.m. On Saturdaythe home and foreign mission
N009p5PLAV male chorus will rehearse at 7 p.m. Sunday School begins\ Faith. Temple Women's Day The Holy Church of the Living', boards.
; 3BEDHOOM at 9:30 a.m. wlthMrs. Mamie Field}and Deacon George Smith God No I, 1983 Yale. at Carlewill On Tursday morning, Mrs
N 5t will hold Its third anniversary Ernestine Brooks of St. Paul
Verno" in charge. The lesson be reviewed by an appointee. ,
Owleto Consecration takes place at 11 a.m, with the deacons in charge. To Be Sunday July 13 i from July 13 to 18 BradentonwUl! re view the theme
,vet oat SALES OFFICE at The service of fellowship wUl, be observed Holy communionwill .. Choir No. 2 of the New Mt. Devotions will be led by Rev.
DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP be administered at IffA, with the deacons in charge. Women's Day at Faith Tempts,, will- make the altar call:Mrs Olive Baptist Church will give W.L. Webb of Friendly Baptist,
ONE : 354- 6746 Rev. S.L. Badger! pastor, will deliver the message. Choirs will be Sunday July 13. Nnaear Miller and Mrs Cleo i program at 4 p.m. Sunday.Rev. Tampa, and by Rev.H.Robinson
No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2 will eerie In the morning service Missionary ,, Fountain will preside over the .W.L. Glanton, pastor, will deliver of St Luke, Pahokee. Andrew

GRAND PARK Mrs. Marion Carter and Mrs. C.B. Fisher will be In charge of Zeoovlous StrJp11qwWbe I .offertory. Mrs. ,Darring ,will the message. Ames of First Baptist,Seb-ing,
music. The church Is located at 2221 Forest Rev. S.L. Badger' the principal speaker. Devotions ,serve as pastor.. At 1 o m. Elder a. Cu1berth 'I win sing HeY; H.H.' Robinson
,4e .B1ble Wilt HolinessC6urc6 '
is pastor rYT. ,''will be ,led by. Mrs:, TIll young people will be in d 1011"1
Dorothy .Sammual.and Mrs. I charge at 4:30.: Mr. Ira Dean : ofLeifeWales-,-tiafrs and
SALEM BAPTIST Eagle Mae Jackson. Miss Kirhsey will be mistress of On Monday at 8 p.p. Bishop ushers, will be present Rev L..
Mrs. Elsie Sampton of the West Union Baptist Church will be Jacqullne Stripling will make ceremonies. Miss Helen Young' W. Baker of the Holy Church of W. Williams of Tampa win
the speaker for the Home Mission Society Sunday at 4 p.m. in observations. The Excelsior .will sing Elder Glvins of the the Holy Church of the Living 'serve as alternate.
WHEN YOU AIll1 the church auditorium Mrs M. New BornChurch wW God No. 1 will participate. On On
M. Harris Is president. Sunday Singers will give numbers.Mrs. .lar.Miss .Thursday afternoon Rev.
School begins at 9.30 with Assistant Superintendent Ines Scott I Alice Black will sing Mrs; Clover Jackson will give a Tuesday night Elder Henry McKlsslck of Bethel Baptist,
'y o. Seek loe Best Doctor in charge. Toe lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. Morning bell Darrlng will preside at number, as will Miss Bolden. Wyche will be in charge. On Jacksonville, will speak
Wen Your Doctor Prescribes devotions begin at 11 a.m. with J.W. Wilder and Lee Steward .he consecration. Mrs. Jessie The choir of Faith Temple will Wednesday night Elder Emphasis will be placed on the
get Experienced Pharmacists f In charge. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve The ''M. Blacksbear will present the sing Mrs Mary A. Bailey I will Peterson and his congregationof will .BTU. Thursday night will
To Fill Prescriptions evening devotions begin at 8 p.m. Other services will be u speaker Mrs. Sarah Summit. introduce the spencer the True Holy Church feature talk by Miss Yvonne
log To,Tour Doctor's accord, usual. Rev, W.C. Rogers is pastor. Mrs C. Sampson Is ,. Missionary Marjorie Edwards. be In charge' Lowery,Zion Hope,Jacksonville
Orders The Second Baptist H9l.d"tBig The offertory will be totes by Rev S. Gaston and congregation Robert Howard
,We Use My The Best reporter church is located at 1281 West 22nd. Jr., First
QualItJ'p. vtr; Was Annette Harvey and Miss of the Greater Messiah Baptist Institutional,. Lake
.,.'dL ; GREATER NE V tUSALEM: District Day Willie McGrlff. Baptist Church will be present Wales. Rev. J.D. Johnson of
tr. c. fcl BlacProprietor On Thursday night Senior choir No 2 will hold its rehearsaland Missionary Virginia Stewardwill Thursday night. Rev. L.M. Mt. Zlon, Lake Wales, will

0 business meeting. On Wednesday night, July 16, the pastor Second Baptist Church, 954., speak at the evening service Sparks of the Mt.Sinai Holiness speak. Rev J. Robinson of St.
Is asking Choirs No 1 and No. 2 and Usher Board No. Iud Kings Road, will observe at 8 p.m.,Mrs. Clara Harrell Church and Rev. J.E. Williams Paul, Fort Myers,wUl be alter
i Registered Pharmacists To Serve You. Usher Board No. 2, u well as the membership, to accompany 'District Day Sunday throughout; will preside at the davotlonals. of the Church of God in Christ, nate. His groups will parti'
I him to St. John Baptist Church to give service at 8 p.m. Rev., the day..Business meetings will' Mrs. Dorothy Fisher will of the Southside will give cipate. Rev J.B. Adams and
-=---A COMPLETE LINE OF_. A.J. Hughes Is pastor. The church 1* located at Bridler and be held in various homes at ,present the speaker. Miss Anne services Friday. Elder Collins members of the educational
Galley, on the East side. Usher Board No. 3 will observe 4 p.m. Reports to the committee Harvey will rive the financial .is pastor. board will hold a rally.
Cosmetics-Batter Goods: Candles its seventh anniversary on Sunday, July 20. Choirs No; land will be made at .pres. 'rePort: Comments will be made. On Friday morning Rev.
SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS No I and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2 are 1ovIted..St. .. Sunday School begins at 9.30.1: : by Chairman Ceola Wade. ,Grant Memorial George Price of St. Matthew
Rev. Sams, pastor, will review Sunday ',School will begin at Baptist, Jacksonville will consider -
CALLED FOR AW? Pail Stewards loin) the lesson. Consecration rites 10 t.m. Mrs Annie M. Dantley the convention theme.
DELIVERED- for the deacons, deaconesses, will preside Mrs. Luella Holds $Second Mrs Annie Pearl Boatman of

Plans AMHM| Simmer Tea ushers and the choirs, will beheld Robinson will serve as Bethel Orlando, will sing.
at 10:45.: secretary Guest teachers will Quarterly Conference .Presidents will give addresses.On .
Steward Board No. I d St. the church. The morning worship begins at be Miss Margarett SJatrunk! Friday afternoon Rev.W.Q.
Lilly's Dry, Store Paul AME Church wilt present' A table will be on display U a.m Rev. Sams will deliver Mrs. CussleWycheMrs boo Isaiah The second quarterly conference Williams of the Northslde
its annual tea Sunday, July 13, All boards and clubs are invited. the sermon. The Baptist Training Splvy and Mrs. Brown. of Grant Memorial AME Baptist of Lakeland will exhaust
at 3:30 p.m, In the basement of The board with the largest Union will be held at 5.45, Missionary Pauline Bright will Church will be held Sunday with the theme.At 7:30 Miss Harriett
number present will receive apr1l8. the evening worship at 7 p.m. be the guest reviewer. Dr. W.F. Foster presiding. Dr. Geddes, Mt. Ararat, and Mr.
A program has been The Prayer of Faith Hour Is Foster will deliver the Palmore of Mt., Calvary
Weddings Are Beautiful arranged.those Tuesday at 7 p.m.ITht pastor Hiss Phyllis' 'JonesTeeteredIn messages at 10:45 and at f:4!. Sarasota, will speak Rev. J.J.
appearing will will conduct the BIMe period. 4 Superintendent A.V. Rose of McGrlff of Mt Calvary, Lakeland
be: Mrs., Matte Lynch, Mis, The Sunday School Officers and the Sunday School, with officers will deliver the sermon.
SEE YOUR/ ENTIRE 'Selena ,Tolbert, Mrs. Olivia Teachers CouncilwlU"- Friday RecitalAtPtntecostal and teachers, will open the Rev J.T. Link of Friendshipwill
WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL: COLOR, Harrell, Mrs. Vivian Copeland, at 7 p.m. The pastor will be Sunday School at 930. Dr. W. serve as alternate.
the Male Chorus of New Bethel .in charge of the Bible study. ; l Church F. Foster win review the Young people will lead the
Complete Photo Wedding Service AME Church, Mri Clara Y.' General Superintendent L.C. lesson. worship service Saturday
Wilkerson. Chester will conduct the business recital be given Sunday Choir No. I wlU give Its first morning. A summary win be
l "WE GIVE And: Miss Janice Cheatham, session. All officers arerequested night. at 8 p m at the Pentecostal summer recital at 7:41. Mrs. made of the study courses.
/ YOU THESE Church
SERVICES"C.P.S Mrs. Dorothy Gardner, Mrs. to be present in t of the FirstBorn, Bobble KantweU and Mrs. Breakfast with the presidents
Carlos Mrs. brief meeting after the 1631 West 23rd.Bishop M.White will follow.
Agnes Mary general Luella McBride will be FoUowlngdevotlons
COW' PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) Jennings, Mrs. Dorothy W. me.UDc.'Ib. Dally Bible Vacation ;,1s pastor. Miss Phyllis Jones featured along with J.W.Jones. the Committee ooSocial Justice.
will be featured
z. COMPLETE Bac 01, pro IU m chairman. School will : continue ,. in many selections. win be in charge, namely: Rev'
NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE Harrison Nash is vice chair throughout the week under the' .( The public is. Invited. C.B. Dailey, Rev. L Edwards;

S. PHOTO AT FINAL COn'FI'M'ING maD. leadership of Mr*..Lewis. church Sunday at, School 10 .m.KoJ'Dlnnor-eopensl- -the to Be Installed( ,Rev J.V.ToomerandRer.W.Roo

Lovelace. At 3 n.m. the state
: ship beginsat- noon, with a [I 'Children will be Mrs.
01. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY MADAM BPSS1 sermon by Elder Patterson The M.M. Warren of Bowling parade.Green
Pastor's Aid club meets at 7
5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" ,She will read your entire We-fast,present and p.m. Mother Lelia Underwoodis will be la L.H. Klngof Clewlstoo
future fine asks no questions but will tell you president. The evening worship State charge.
6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM ,That you want to(know, giving dates and facts of opens at 8 p.m. Devotionsand Saturday youth will parade
witness, love, health and family affairs.Will, testimonials will follow and Alexander night!, hMrs. H.L.
of Orlando
1. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE. Mlp yon find lost art. TlllarOll whom you will will precede the concert. 'B. and Rev..
.marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what.I Ito of Tampa in charge.
1 8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING do tobesuccesstal.Wlhrewotetbesepersed, Mt. : Olive Primitive 1 Host Mer.1Dd youth win coma from Ft.
other count led.
ARRANGEMENTS locate absent friends and relatives and cause
e. RECEPTION PHOTO (happiness, between man and wlfe, !Helps make (j t Baptist i i ''Hem Organize deliver Rev. Eddie the Burroughs will
ALSO INCLUDED lovers .L Sunday mnrnJnc'MrmOll.
up quarrels. Tells it sickness and bad ,_. _
luck are natural enemies, or If there Is an evil : **" The men of, the Mt. Olive He Is third vicepresi-
"WE IMPLORE YOU TO CHECK WITH ANY OF'OUR PAST .laiuenc.. Doe not tell t toplease you,bat will teD the truth.' One Primitive"Baptist church recently dent of the parent body conveolion. -.
.' visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will orgailsed for their Usher and Choirs will

BRIDES OR GROOMS OH PHOTO SATISFACTION" read your life like an open book, but also help yon oat of your: annual Men's Day for s-a.". I eome Hamilton from Bartow Rev. E.L.
TROUBLES. Come and are August 10.Deacon .- 1 and Rev. F.G. Hilton
see why you so unhappy, wbenjIVel'JtblDl '
i i seems to Why be ad and downhearted Eugene Matthews Is REV will serve u alternates. The
go wrong c. CLARK
sick and worried when you can be helped and everything made general chairman. Deacon Sunday School wUl bee acted
1 Bob Smith Studio : .clear by consulting THB GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wet. William Hunter will be co- R y. C. Clark called recently South by Rev. J.I..AdtIM. ofFlrst
; co De. DO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house calls. Don't chairman. Deacon Blrnett Gee to till perorate of tile rrlend. Florida

f SJ242ZNUutBfMYRTLE, >. : mistake the addressUMADAM BEfiSiS :Its located north ofpampas secretary, & IIIpIat Church *Atlantic' Study courses are:Church.Administration
VEMIE 7M-3/U J., on ILL.II, I/I mile from City. of Callahan Florida. The met ,wfll sponsor the will begin IutalIa."n f0 r MIII.t.u;i
L\ 1: 4, "I 4" d5 one: nI-U50. annual contest tea low King on nt gi t. ,Bible History for Ministers. ;
I ;. DAILY,' 9:00 TO ':00 SAT. IUN..l0:00 TO.1:00 PM' from SPORTSMAN' MOTEL, p.., a the basement of the terminated !' J 1I1t II at 9 p... : smjSeaday; School Admin
'. ,jOpeo dally from UJBI, to [Opal}*'., church: The .jMblie Ie I Invited ner. 1.11: ;istration; BTU; Training Pro-'

,; CTHB CLIPPING 1fI'i'rt.a'YOUTO ..00RMDDfdhora.Y! a.r Lonale-Hart 1&i'chairman' of. *, st. Peter's Bapis, win lcN twn jrfthi Owen; Music to.
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I Miami Soul Brothers, Inc. Proving That Black Capitalism Is Order Of Day I I

Four Black Men Zoom To HeightsAs Soul Brothers With A Purpose Minority Operated

Entrepreneurs In Liberty City Eateries Planned By

MIAMI Fla.--Four farmer cab dryers who formed a corporation ROUNDUPBY
here they call Soul Brothers IDC, are proving that Omaha Executives

black capitalism succeeds. The ex-cabbies are the officers OMAHA'Nebr.-NP1)-.Tbe) NEGTO: PCESS: INrEr'NATIONAL
and sole shareholders In Soul Brothers, IDC. set up expresslyto SOUL first in a national franchise
lease and operate aa Atlantic service station la the Liberty system of mIorlt -operated HALT WAR, BIAS, ABM
City sactlon of Miami. fast-food restaurants has been HEW: YORK-NPr--Rep.( ) \ John Conyers Jr. (D.-Mlch) sees
The corporation eta boast that the Soul Brothers took over opened this city. three !things of Importance for the United States to tackle
gasoline sales In the first the station Nov. 11 and were Time-Out, IDC, is behind iramjdlately. They are: end the war in Vietnam, and racismat
quarter of 1969 Increased 120 Incorporated shortly afterward. efforts to build fat I-food home, and stop the antlTjalllstlc missle program. In an
per cent In gallonage over the Five of the nine original share restaurants In Inner-c It 1 es, address at the massive "All these problems and interrelatedand
previous lessee year earlier. holders.-each of whom.owned thus giving members of require the same kind of approach very close look
"If we can do It, more groups one share with the balance of minority groups a chance to at ourselves and our country and a new determination of what
can do It," Insists R. (,for 91 held by the corporationhave own and manage their own bill it is ve wish to be.
Ram3e)D. Klrklnad, 4Jp-esl- since sold out at a profit. nesses.
deat of the corporation and Each of the remaining four Floyd Collins Blackpreiidentof "CURIOUS NEUTRALITY"WSHINGTONNPIA
station manager. holds 29 shares. Time-Out Inc., said the stinging rebuke to the Federal
"They could form an organl- Others In the corporation are l .Omaha-based corporation' Communications commission and the withdrawal of the license
satins to create a financial William Johnson n. It. philosophy is provide! an of WLBT-TV Jackson, Miss, were one of the last acts of
base. I truly believe this Is an cretary-treasurer Morris tf opportunity for minority Chief Justice E. Burger In his role as U.S. Court of Appeals
Justice for the District of Columbia! !that the United
answer to many of our problems Johnson, 34 (no kiss who is 'groups -especially Bitch Noting
purchasing agent and Earl Mexican-American, and! Church of Christ had protested to the FFC that WLBT had
"It pro/es you don't have to Cotters, 43, the group'. Indians, as well as'others"' deleted network coverage of the late Dr. Martin Lut'ier King,
Jr., Justice Burger found that the FCC renewal of the license
wait until a person gives you "minister of flnanie." go into business themselves.
If Kirkland his "Members of "revealed a curious neutraUty-in-favor-of-the-llcensee
something. groups can agreeto says new position minority "
get together., there Is no of entrepreneur "isn't less groups," said Collins, "have (WLBT).
reason why they can't go In work, but it Just doesn't takeout been excluded from many
business themselves.' of me what it did when I franchise opportunities in the RIOT LIABILITY
Atlantic Rlcbl1eld Co.officials. worked u an employe for some past because cost was beyond NEWARK, N.J. (NPl--Despite) its objections the city of
whoworked with the n1Deorlclnallweboldar.1n body else." the financial capability of all Newark presently is stuck for payment of some 17 million
establishing Agreeing William Johnson but a few and most companiesin .in damages to property during the six days of rioting the
the business, say the commiiited "This is my first fast-food field were busy predominantly Black central ward two years ago. A Union
venture "has been as good for time in business for myself, filling the needs of a middle- County jury set the tone of the liability when it ruled in a Plainfield -
Atlantic Richfield U it has for and I think it's wonderful.' class market which was not in ( ,' N.J. case (where disorders occured at the same time)
Soil: Brothers." In addition shareholders., the inner city." that a New Jersey law dating from IBM makes a municipality
John A. Campbell the who work at the station u corporation Three prominent Blacks now responsible for property damage U it maintains. a paid
.company's Miami district employes and earn serve onthelaterracWtyard-- policies force and a riot occurs.
manager, believes be could find about $200 a week each, the Bob Boozer professionals '
.stations for similar groups. group employs 'a fall-time basketball star with the'Chicago ''r........................UMaBBIj

It aU started last year when mechanic and two part-time Bulls; Bob Gibson of the St.
Kirkland and eight\ fellow helpers Profits have been .. Louis Cardinals,and Dr Claude : :IOU DON IT. HUt TO 60 TOTOHCTOGETLOW ,-

cabbies decided to form plowed back into the business : ;.: Organ, prominent Omaha
to pool their resources, for.eeanomle for Inventory and improve .' :-, -"':..,."0 surgeon. !
advantage. The nine ments. ..t1if1: "" ( '., > Three representatives G: [
felt that If they were able to The Soul Brothers' "balanced minority groups will soon be
raise a kitty they could leasea settfiig""Stles of tires, UNDER A SIGN proclaiming that Soul Brothers, Inc., Is ready to serve 24 hours a day:stand elected to the board
service station and purchase batteries, accessories--1s130 three of the officers and an employe of the corporation's Atlantic service station In Miami. Time-Out developed a plan to | DRUG STORE NEEDS =
the gasoline needed for their for every thousand gallons d They are, left to right, Mori is Johnson purchasing agent; Riley Johnson, the station's provide financing and the kind .
cabs at a discount. gasoline sold< exceeding the mechanic; William Johnson, secretary-treurer: ; and R.D. Kirkland, p-esldent and station of management support neededby *
Looking for a closed or de- company's recommended level .manager. Not shown is the Soul Brothers' fourth officer Earl Cotters "minister of finance" members of minority groups Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Stor. WE WILL MEET.
Identified station they learned and indicating the group has a to make Individual franchise ':ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. we deliver. .
that Atlantic! Richfield was lookIng well-rounded business. successful. J We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. P

for a newlesseefor station Customers include a rather Mt. Holyoke College Pioneers "One key to making this kind
on Northwest Mth street,a main high-ranking white capitalist, of operation possible." said
crosstown through-street. although the location Is in a Collins "is davelopmeitby our 1 Dixie \
A meeting was arranged predominately Negro area. With company, working with an Pharmacy
between Kirkland's group and Three ot shareholders still Summer ProgramOn architect and manufacturer of
Barry Rowland the company's own their own taxis and the an attractive drive-in building
marketing representative in the corporation owns two others, which can be erected on the I :1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE .5 jj
area As a result the Soul operated by hired drivers cite in about 79 days, using
Brothers' proposal to lease a Kirkland said the name Soul Afro-American Culture prefabricated sections. Z Pioil 353-5597 "
station to gas and service,their( Brothers was selected because "The cost saving permits us 5
own taxicabS took .on a bigger "there was something marl! SOUTH IIADLEY, Mass.- came to Mount Holyoke as an They will be recruited by to offer a franchise in some -
context.-the crouP'dec1dacl to it and It identifies Instances for PAY YOU LIGHT WATER AND :
an Mount Holyuke College certainly administrative associate and members of the Afro-American as little as*7,509 ,
operate a station to serve ethnic group of people." one of the outstanding lecturer In economics and '.Society, t in cooperation with (cash for a business whose total TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE S
general,customers institutions of higher learning,' sociology, has been appointed college officials. Police upser- investlment Is more than .I
has launched outuponasjmmer administrative director.- Pio- vice will follow their leavingthe I 'CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 :
:IlacLCollege.StadertsTake: '" r' .I. .MI..I.iIw-...r
the MMuu RM
:conceived'by lessor is
I ; program, Dyer a former coordinator .. summer program. .. -. ,--. -. .. ,
Mount Holyoke AfroAmerican'Society of On-the-Job training of 'r
More Interest !II Joumalissi anddeveloped i In' the National Urban League of I : :;,
cooperation with a number of New York. He will coordinate
I More black college students see journalism as a viable faulty members and" ad*" all aspects of the program !both
career. More of them are qualified and are applying for mtastrator: after being, Penns! prior to an after the summer
entrance to Journalism school. -- Thick
And more of them are king heading for broadcast cream
accepted. journalism and 15 for newspaper
The Columbia University careers. Both summer
Graduate School of Journalism programs were under the direction turns
is doubling its Black enroll- of Professor Fred W. W
ment for next year. Friendly: and supported by the ,
''Wit bad more Negro app'l-: Ford Foundation.
cants this year than ever Twenty-two of the 1969
before 26 compared with last summer students, including a ( flavoron
year's 13, Richard T. Baker, doorman and two postmen art every
the school's acting dean,said in entering journalism tor the first '
an Interview. "It was the feelIng time. Thirty of the students are /
of our student-faculty com, black. Twenty print and broad
mittee advising on admissions cast news organizations are .' <' 0.
that 'If should take as many of cooperating by sponsoring 22 of I '
the black applicants 11 possible>> the students and are guaranteeing WES. OLIVIA KERR PROF, JAMES DYER' ;'. ,
We hart accepted 18 black. them news. Jobs upon com
to-ahead by the Board
students for next year,.' pletion of the course. Trustees of the College. program.Richard A. Johnson, assistant
with this year's 9 In anotherprogrameightmid.
compared ,
.. The philosophy behind this pro professor of English and a +
and we have raised the school'stotal carter Journalists three of .
gram relates to the development member of the advisory com:
enrollment from 103 to them black -this June com
of a more multi-racial! mlttee, will serve as facility.coorcllna.tor. !
pleted special fellowship
110. and has v. 'a < kt '
community therefore ? ,"
Dean Baker in interracial reporting
A few
years ago, gram
resulted in the appointment of The different groups of
said, the school annually received which the school instituted last
a program director, namely students will be recruited and
from about The which will
app'icatlons year. program!
Mrs. Oliver W. Kerr. integrated into the eight-week
and continue next supported
five Negroes accepted one. yearns
Mrs. Kerr, instructor in program which' will offer
In addition to these changes by the Rockefeller Foundation.
+ A
psychology and education and a academic and cultural
in the degree program, Dean, It brings working Journalists to teacher at Gorse Child Study to promising opportunities nigh- .
Baker also called attention to the Columbia campus for a 'Y
Center will direct the program. school girls.The Mount Holyoke T
the school's intensive suminir year's intensive study, research j .
Mrs. Kerr has garnered much community will recruit and
programs for minority group and writing on the pro 4 x
experience for having been In finance 35 students post-
students. In the summer of 1963, blems of race relations and the charge of four previous "A eleventh grade disadvantaged
20 such students went,through news coverage of these pro- Better Chance" summer programs students who would not normally
an eight-week program to pre-. blems. The fellows work in both at Mount Holyoke. Mrs. meet the admission requirements .
pare them for Jobs in broadcast the Journalism School and other Kerr also served as assistant of the school but who "
Journalism, and allot them branches director for the : \"!':
of the University that initial one in would be considered potentialsby : ;
were placed. offer courses in their special the summer of 1965. means of special preparation .\ ,
The program Is being offered ,interests.. James M. Dyer, who! recently counseling and tutoring. ., ,1.I/- ..:....I.;,.. '.
again this summer on an ex- J '.; '7 7I
** * /, "
Bonded basis with 10 students lltlitill I ,'
Music SIKlltl
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Alabama State Honors Two Staffers .' ", "' .,' ':)

Dr, Bolden has returned to
his music studio and is accepting
students for the Fall term.

Enroll Today

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DrTRalph I, Brysoo, above left, and Dr. Raleigh P. Player,;, .SCCRSTAUIAL.: ,
both of Alabama State College were recently honored by being
placed In the Directory of.American Scholars of English' BUSINESS ADMINBTOATION' COUltSE
Speech and Drama. Both were also selected In the first( SALESCLERK COURSE
faculty exchange program In the history of the College. Dr"' HOSPITAL AIDS COURSE
Bryson Is professor of English and bead of the Department. SCHOOL DIPLOMA PV.OQtAM

of English and Foreign Languages. Dr. Player Is professor I
of, English..''Dr. Bryson Is considered one of America's Application Deadline Aug. 19.
top writers in the area of American Negro Literature. Dr.PlaJer' : A
dissertation at the University of Michigan was
highly commended by Dr, Robert F. Haogh,:chairman at the BOLD ENS COLLEGE Of MUSIC, INC.
Both' educators: art nationally known andre -
W. Street
Silted Each &* contributed 18)6) 20th
with outstanding 354-OOOG; y.tlll 8-64n
to the orient sum total of Black Uteratsre.r .

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queens are alwaya on the look. minced t tablespoons red cinnamon entertain elegantly but only mutter of taking ordinary Ingredients with a foreign flavor-like Ham for coffee. .
out for food adaptable to the RliiM shrimp and dry. Pl., In candles have a bean budget? Want and turning them Into and Eggs Italian, Shish Ke gunts This come honey graham-coated fruit will bring all the sunshine of
ikewer. For a welcome changeof meal that practically runs itself something. quite different. Ifyou're bab marinated in vodka, .
Spring table.
glass or Malnleu tleel container. 1 tablespoon' light enchanted islands to'
pace, try tangy ahrimp.furtera Cover with marinade made- corn syrup t Prefer a relaxed,comfortable thinking about ham and J Vegetable Salad, Screwdriversand Easy and fun to fix "Sunny Pineapple Aloha la a light yetsatisfying
made with a minimum 1 tablespoon water atmosphere Then, why a and mentally I discardingthins I IInll'l'ecllentl Sauced Fruit-a i seasonal treat; .
of ru... All you need to do In br eomblnln.len.on Juice,oliveo8 1 egg white not broach a brunch TActually Idea, why not use the same platter of fruit surrounding u Sonny Pineapple Aloha
marinade the shrimp In adVance i and farlle. tel refrigerate'for ,traveling. under dif In a totally differ. pineapple' shell of klrsch and melted butter
In Sunshine I Honey 3 tablespoons
and cook several hour or overnlfhl. small saucepan, heat candles ferent names brunch has been ? ham fruit /t cup Sugar
juice But
coals sauce.
over whichever
for approximately 10 minutei. Remove shrimp from marinadeand syrup and water Just to a popular meal for a long time ::tea vegetables Pnoj hard menu you try, It's sure to- Graham Cracker crumbs or margarine juice
thread onto metal Itewen. boiling over medium beat, stir Those early Hunt and (10 double) 2 bbl"'poollalemon
Accompany with tartar Wedding! boiled eggs nestled In a consomme be a crowd pleaser-and a welcome medium acre fresh pineapple
olivet, radishes,celery,and sauce carrot Broil about S minutes on each ring constantly. Remove from breakfasts-although vastly and Madrilenemixturemute change from the same old Vi cup sugar 1 :
aide, heat. (Candles will not be completely % teaspoon nutmeg
alocki. Serve with iced depending on she of more proper-were nothing a tasty and unusual ap breakfast and lunch I
and a simple dessert.SHKIMPFIRTERS. tea shrimp bailing several times dissolved.) In 'small more than brunches. But, it 'petizer. Follow up with flaming Between sheets of waxed paper, crush crackers into very fine
wllh marinade.MeanwhilebrshIuldeeof mixer bowl beat egg white on wasn't until just before the liltrliHiM; Smirnoff- your crumb with rolling pin. Mix with sugar, nutmeg, melted butter
rolls with butter and high speed,until stiff. Continue'. turn of the century that some reputation as a chef is made. and lemon juice. Cut pineapple lengthwise into' ft segments,
last, cut sides down or wrap beating, pouring hot s y r u p bright British coined the term Enhance these dishes with a leaving part of top on each and trimming to about 3 inches. With
8 Tip-Top frankfurter rolls, In foil and warn. Remove very slowly In a thin stream "brunch"Today loaned green salad sparked with sharp knife remove core from pineapple segments Run knife
split| shrimp from skewers and placeIn Into beaten egg white. Beat on ,this,delightful way of violet I petals and pizza bread between pineapple and abell. Cut across and lengthwise into bite-
H eup melted buster buns and serve Immediately. high speed until soft peaks entertaining I is suitable for all limply, made from ungarninhedplea sized pieces and leave on shell. Divide crumb mixture into six
4 pounds medium-tin.ihrlnip Yield 8 servings form. ages-but especially for young dough. And serve Iced portions and spread over tope of prepared fruit. Wrap leavestightly
moderns and marrleds who are glasses of Bloody Marys and in foil to prevent drying: out. Bake on cookie sheet in
just getting. the feel of easy hot, steaming moderately hot oven ((375'F.) until hot and crusty about 30 minute
party giving. Even if you do Then, finish ft.ft'th a unique Remove foil. Serve warm or at room temperature. Accompany -
/ 1 EDGEWOOD plan an unusual menu-nod by twist on strawberries and with whipped cream or ice cream if desiredYield .
all means do-the coat> will be cream by serving. pretty strawl : 6 servings
AVE. B. BTOREJACIGSONYILLE .ininlnml. l berry sandwiches. Hot sweet ,

'. StrawberryAngel Cake
Koboks A Li
**** ** Shish (Makes 1 small loaf cake)

R MAR .3. A.M. TO (Makes 4 servings) 1 loaf ((8x4x3 Inches) angel I cup sifted confectioners'food
SU PE cake sugar
I 1 pound (1-Inch thick) 2 medium green peppers
r .: nuts-
1A chopped
,. round steak 24 cherry tomatoes Strawberry preserves cup
2 tablespoons flour /4 teaspoon vanilla
Women'stalk li/a cups (1 pound l-ounce 2 tablespoons meltedcan
) small whole onions butter Yt cup undiluted Carnation 2 cups (1-pint box)
Evaporated Milk sweetened halved fresh

WESTERN CENTER CUf'PORK Cut steak into )Inch cubes. Set aside Drain onions Cut Vi cup soft butter strawberries

green,,pepper Into chunks Remove stems from tomatoes.. '
Slice cake Into thirds thin of
horizontally Spread a layer
Place meat onions, green peppers and tomatoes on a
metal skewer so that they are touching each other. Repeat strawberry' preserves between each layer. Combine flour
'and Carnation Milk In Cook
CHOPS Evaporated small saucepan.
process until all Ingredients are used. Brush with butter.
over low heat until mixture becomes very thick stirring
under broiler
Place skewers on broiler pan about 4 inches
Remove from heat Chill Cream
I 4.5 minutes. Turn and brush again with butter. Broil 2 constantly. thoroughly.
minutes longer. Remove and slide off skewer, Serve with butter and confectioners' sugar until light and fluffy'
Ii Beat In chilled Carnation mixture until smooth and well
I, G VALVE QUICK'FROZEN 'I Il ttil'Siaill, ; (filii' ,Saucyrench.Dlp.Jj, ) ter| ',. blended,*Add nuts and vanilla. Mix 'well. Frost Iidei'and ?

8 9'BAKING Saucy French Dipt Melt 1 tablespoon'butter in saucepan top of cake. Just before serving, arrange sliced strawberries .'

HENS I The Fo d and Drug Administration Stir in 1 tablespoon flour and U teaspoon Italian season- on top of cake. Slice and.serve,
LB. recently standardized Ings. Combine 2/3 cup undiluted Carnation EvaporatedMilk elf desired

peanut butter, by requiring thatIt and K cup creamy French i. dressing. C-ZfflC: Printed In U.S.A. ((69)
I contain .t toast an per rant t .

U.S GOOD peanut by weight and -
I .eliminate artificial flavorings. .
RIB STEAK 'and iweetnen chemical pre' -- Super-Right" 1/4 Fork Loin Sliced' '
:; servatlves, additional vitamin

p b. 99 'and color additive SHOP
r The widely held opinion that

Ij j I peanut butter i* strictly for CHOPS. 69:t
II email try ha* been shattered f

according to a survey carried : ,
out In Atlanta, which pinpointed -
the (act that adult who

1 go for peanut are decldely not Full -
( "Super-Bight" Western Beef Cut ChuckSTEAKS
in the minority. (The "Study
Maf of User and Non-Uaers of

I SHORTENINGJEWEL Peanut Butter among Metro :

A j politan Atlanta Homemaker 69:
was carried out for the Atlanta
Journal and Atlanta Constitution ,;

by Belden Associates.)
Noteworthy data on the "pro
file" of user of both smooth:
LIMIT WITH $5.00 OR and crunchy peanut butter was The that Gradti"A"QuickFrulepBaking, _
MORE FOOD OI DEf revealed In the survey cover- store

45 Jog 1,032 households. It pinpointed -

\" adult usage a* follows: cares about you! 'HENS 39
.3 LB. C JI I Sixty three per cent of all
households with no children .
\ under 18 use smooth peanut

butter and 21 per cent use

1 crunchy. o$', t a J e m f"' y1e4 1ti" ,
: In the age group of 65 andover

BANQUET FROZEN 62 per cent use smooth :q e ... a a, ,
butter cent
MEAT PIES WIZ. $1.00, 'peanut usually keep crunchy; Z3per on hand ., gL OFf lA BEl iu 4 1 1y"
i ; Those figures were close to
)r ;;iA : FOUR[: i iL the results of households of taoaawn

all categories In the surveys; ,fit,
L sal r I 78 per cent use smooth( 77
per cent use crunchy.And over FAB
!/,..... .'. .! VS.nPOTATOES :
..ajL Id ner cent use both.

1 i' r. a FLOUR. .r- 49 10 LB. BAG' 49* ; The all-adult household on- +, ,.L '1lur
1 questionably does not use peanut -
\ SLB. Via' 3' LB. GIANT PKG.59e .,
butter u frequently a*those
r. ; with children but the survey

,.'eliminate guesswork regarding -
how few adults go for peanut -
butter. There greater than

80 per cent chance of discovering tiIM1T t 'w
wc Q REn
NESCAFE )INSTANTCOFFEE peanut butter in the homeof OROEII ?
a neighbor with no small < teAa t woes M wre. '
STRAINED fry. So, now the peanut.butter
j can come out of tiding.

BABY FOOD >Peanut butter need not be restricted
to rack tt can helpi >
! i break the monotony of egg and
C 15' cereal for breakfast!
Peanut Butter and Treat originated I I
6 Oz. JAR *
59 in New England. The All Grinds Maxwell House (Limit I w 115.00 order Cooking or SUM.OH Extrs Special1 i!
: 8 JARS breakfast menu at the historic .
.. old Publick Bouse In Star- Coffee :. 59 ''Wesson Oil '4 ,89
,bridge Uass., has 'featured :
peanut butter on tout since '
Fresh Red or white Seedless Jane Parker Fresh French '

manager The practice,looked began for when unusual the. Grapes Tour Choice 39s.ApplePies ; X

CORN A;5 fi GAIN way to get more PeenbetterIs LB. ;

the morning meal. / Ga. C i i mmmmmammmmm mmmmlJlmmmrein \
; *, ., :; natrttlousandthealerthona- '' aflA Jane Parker Paod. Apple iaace 1or; CIIoC. Chop I,0a7ineal

; pA- '> ..i maker will keep nutrition In I 9 '' '
= 5'Lm. '

i i' i ATISSUE-. rJ ,. fOOD I,' .K1JV? mind when la homed meal planning where ,there especially ,. Cdokies' 3' 1.00
: I.
: 'rn ;
t r
CT.KC.VU are small children, ttea..r.ud .
{, '. '4. BOLLSNj -" $ ; aging adults.. U Iteable To Obtain Any l4r/arpgb pup, n,.., Reciuelt A Rain chectl ffki ? ,??, Ad ire.pod tftr*Saturtiy.: July 12, 1969.I' .


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Spit curls, pin curls big, this summer and every smart I
curls, floppy curls 1969 will fashion-plate should start
go down in fashion history as brushing up on her curl-makr
American gale ing talents.
the summer
Cresting the right curly effect
fell In love with curls.
The chicest, most avant- Is not difficult if you usea
rarde hairstyles to make the self-stling hair spray and
fashionable Paris-Londonr rollers and clips.
For large, bouncy curls, takea
Rome New York circuit feature -
of hair, with s\ ,Jy
heads and hair pieces segment spray s "
curls. Adorn, then wind on a large f
piled high with
roller. When dry, remove the
tiny, wispy
I are
trailing gently down the cheek-, roller, gently brush the hair
r bones. There are biff, loose, Into a curl shape, then respray
to hold It in place.
down the I
floppy curie Small side curls are made ufnnt iri";;tie! deiiKiiers ore doing -
And '
I artlessly no wonder 'I."nl.
"back of the neck or piled 11.|
their -
thilllf- 'mlnit11) with
head. with clips. Take a small piece epncc-age Mjlo) Ko man i atop the of hair from the side of the *t\l lee that are nl\vuj (uovoc'ativ tie cold: the MI\IIw"I"Ik I I. nothintr -
often ,
1930-lsh tiffht bizarre to look
There are
x If not jrl.niul.\ It h ate MI em
crown, spray with hair spray ut but often more laughable
bouncing over
corkscrew curls then wind and clip.When dry, than liveable. *
depression-baby heads, or els,*I. tiiiiitalir! plastic,
ringlets, shape with the fingers Not that there uien't plenty \\hut: '* ml* inir I* roft upholtei !-
soft Grecian-style ,' To style a hair piece In the of people ready to bin the Intent '), ,'Ieh01111.* and loutulftliilTi'
banded over the forehead with even though its p|>rnl isn't .-the traditional 'mt'I1'I'
curly fashion, follo'the same iilvvajn the laMlnfff't, But for .
ribbon. nf home. So It' not fuipiiflnit
a ':I setting and spraying direr XEW"ORK (EDContempouiy most of u*. ti chair that Mown. that couple for lifetime
But no matter how you cur furniture hen taken .h"I'IIIII"| -
anew like 1life
tions as above. up picM-iver Just fuimtuie look the
straight look, is oul t t turn. Expel Interning with to portnmre
It, ""11'1 UII"k111 npainut the l>iik' often thnn the futuie.IIITM .
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I 15,000 Youngsters To Be Involved Eastman's 1969 Photo Training Program '

Converted Store Frontst

World Of BooksBY Veterans For The Sake Of ScienceEvtllplln' Will Serve As Outlets -

NEW YORK, June 25-.Across the country, In converted

NEGRO.PRESS,INTERNATIONAL.BEYOND ,AdministrationQ.4 store-front workshops, neighborhood settlement houses, and,
enrolled In college this city youth'' centers, a nationwide! program sponsored T>y the

RACISM:: : Edited by WHITNEY II. YOUNG, JR, spring under the G.L Bill and photographic industry Is beginning second summer.

Published by McGRAW -HILL BOOK COMPANY, 255 pp f Intend to re-enter the same An estimated l ,OOO youngpeople hour-long documentary broadcast
$6,95 Hardcover school and take the same courseof will be Involved in the on National Education
"Kits are more than costly nuisances of menaces to public study this fall Must I ten. Summer Youth Photography Television another that took
health; they are symbol of the physical) deterioration ol toe the Veterans Administration Program that Is sponsored b,' .Chicago youngsters on, an excursion I I
section of our cities !that serve u reservations for Black
about my fall'lU'oUmeatplanl? the President's Council on Youth to do
people, la the ghettpjs a major effort SIMPLY TO SUB VIVE. .A Before the end of your present ,nor Opportunity (PCYO), and the of wild life in m1crophotorrapby'I
Well-off Americans, whose math housing problem la wben to enrollment period you will' National Association of Photo- that worked I
adt&tfeitra playroom or pt that new kitchen equipment, find
receive a certification of attendance graphic Manufacturers .City gangs, ,
1t bard to understand what It means to stay awake all night to card from the VA. (NAPM). perceptive photographs were I
make sure rats don't get Into the baby's crib or to share a -
The primary purpose j t this The program Is under the taken of ghetto conditions
hallway bathroom with several other families. But the poor card is to confirm the training direction of Joseph T Morris, The program does seem to be. I
Black families In bad ghetto housing have to live with these for which you have been executive vice president of the one which the youngsters wantto
problems every day of the year; somehow they have to cope paid an educational assistance MPM appointed nationalcoordinator be part of and talk about. C
and survive. Somehow! they must manage not be crushed by .allownace photography of Some of their comraeaU are:
their problems';, and they must also keep their children from However, the card also has a PCYO by Vice President Spiro "Watts looks different now.
being crushed section relating to re-enroll Agnew Pm starting to understand Rafter
tt Is rare to find the conflict between blacks and whites dealt ,meat plans. By completing this ; It is designed to stimulate the taking pictures and seeing
will so lucidly and eloquently as has been done by WhitneyM. section you will help VA anticipate natural curiosity of youngsters ,what the pictures: look IOn"
Young Jr., executive director ofthe National! Urban League. your future educational 4 e through photography's unique "I,can't Imagine what Pd be
Young chronicles numerous reasons that could will sow the' assistance allowance needs k ___ mode of communication. doing In Washington O D: C.) this
seeds of dissent, disorder, disaffection and disenchantment of Q-rWhat are the maximum Through the lenses of still oc. summer If wasn't dotngthis

f' Blacks for whites charges allowed by the Veterans movie cameras the youngsters "Right now, herein Brooklyn
"erring to Black America as an economic disaster area, he Administration on a G,I. loan? find out more about themselves, I've got hopes, dreams, and a
I argues "The booming American economy, so generous In Its A-The vetera .borrower Is the world they live In, and the camera"
I rewards to white citizens, short-changes Black workers ,
permitted to reasonable world around them
I Median family Income for whites rose to record $8,300 In closing costs custlmarily pay paid In each of the more than 40 Alabama State
1967, but for Blacks it was 4900. Fifteen years ago Black by borrowers In home mortgage cities where projects will
Income was 57 cent that of whites in 1967 after the most
per ;
financing These Include fees operate youth workers, ,
prolonged: period of prosperity In our history' It crept up' or charges for VA appraisal e teachers and professionals In Director Attends !
only two percentage points, to 59 per cent. of the home, credit report, photography will teach the
He notes "Although every tenth American is Black, Black survey (if required by the youngsters how to."see" with NACA In Kansas
people make up a third of the nations 26 million poor. And
lender), title evidence, recordIng cameras
the income gap in the cities Is even more shocking! Only one NAPM Dunn athletic
fees and a lender's origination ,' member companies c. Johnson ,
In 20 urban white families with children Is poor compared to donate film and In at Alabama State
fee. not to exceed one per cameras, director
every fifth Black urban family with children' cent of the loan amount insteadof n t many cases the chemicals for College, attended the three day
Telling it like it really is, Young-like the report of the any other fees for the s processing, and also supply Instructional meeting of the 1969 National
National Commission on Civil Disorders.-credits the white .
lender's services aids, consultation, Association of Collegiate
Instltu'lo" with the creation and maintenance of racism, and Tbeinitlal installments of such i and advice to project leaders Athletic Director The

white society with the condoning of It.Citing recurring expenses property The Summer Youth Photography NACDA, I.D'I1stence since 1893
number of Incidents that he terms random evidenceof I
a in Kansas City
taxes and hazard insurance Program grew out ofthe met this year ,
the racism that Is part and parcel of society, he writes. must also be paid at the time activities: of several Individual Missouri June 2J-25.
"Some white people feel that thinking racist thoughts is what made member of
loan the
the Is closed organize during summer of Dunn was a
makes racists Because they don't think like a Southern) In addition, a veteran 1967, and was first coordinatedby .the Principles and Policies
sheriff, they believe they aren't racists. But their raciSr.Ue.. 'separated from service after NAPM and PCYO last Committee along with Bob
in the very fact that they don't have to think Jan Sl must statu- The this Pete
1955. pay a summer. program involved Bronxon of San Jose State;
so( deeply Ingrained !that they simply assume Black man can't tory fee of one-half ofone percent 78 projects In 35 cities. McDaniel of the University of
handle a complex Job.They assume whites are superior, and of the loan amount. This Among the pioneer programs New Mexico, Eddie Cameron of
their behavior mirrors !that assumption' k is a one-time payment which of 1967 were Eastman Kodak's Duke University Jessie Hill of
Racism ht defines thusly. The assumption of superiority? may be included In the loan s. Wiggins; Daytona Beach Bethune-Cbokman College student, 1 is one oil? "Project Trallblater" In .Southern California, August
and the ar ogance that goes with It amount4May 1 participating in the University of Florida's National Science Foundation Summer Research ,Washington DC., Bell and Nlcason of Indiana Central,Bill
Young reasons that white Americans Bnd'it hard to understand a veteran receive (. Program for college undergraduates as sponsored by the Department of Cbelq stry. Miss Howell's participation In a Orvlg of Indiana University,Bob
that riots are explosions of rage..the turning outwardof Social Security retirement Wiggins Is examining an electrochemical cell under the eye of her research.director, Dr. Chicago project and Polarlod Weber of Cortland State, and
the anger that has consumed Black people for centuries,. credit for military service during ;: Gerhard Schmid, assistant professor. The program runs for 12 weeks, Students are from Corporation' Involvement Is a John Wlnklns of Colby College.
anger at being forced Into rotting ghettos, anger at repressive World War D? .: Florida, New Jersey. North Carolina and Wisconsin. The stipend for study is $720. The Boston project. Marshall S. Turner, Jr.. ofHopklne
police actions anger at poverty and the iltltude of humiliation A-Generally yes..A veteran .project is supported by an $18,400 grant from the NSF and. a $1,500 supplement from Proctor Last summer's activities included University turned over
that comes with being Black in white America.In 'may receive $180 wage credit and Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio Seminars are featured with representatives coming from one in New York City :the presidency to Bill Orwlg
some of hIs suggestions to white America, he says: "If the for each month of World Warn Proctor and from Tennessee Eastman 'Co...University of Florida Photo, ',that produced substance for anA the new president.iThe'

church is to survive, It must become responsive to the growing duty if he was released from participants in this year's
numter of young people and young clergymen who don't give a service under other than dishonorable TAKE "A" TIPIf Librarian Is Surprises fourth annual convention \saw
damn about its traditional concept of morality, a concept that conditions and had and beard speeches com Ing from
Is more concerned with the degree of nudity In a movie than at least 30 days of active ser you're driving an ,older Pete Rosalie Commissioner of
the degree of despair in a shim."* vice. model house, camping or I Pro Football; Walter Kennedy,
He recommends In the chapter entitled "Building An Open However, ther e are exceptions. boat trailer across the coun- NBA Commissioner; Bob Kane,
Society": "Our goal must be to move beyond racism and ?. The government will try this summer vacation season Secretary of the U.s.. Olympic
create an open soclety-a society In which each human being not give the veteran double be sure'it is.equippedwith Committee; and BeaCarnevale
can flourish\ .and.develop to the maximum of his God-given credit. For example,. if a. 'safety chains and, the :Chatrmai' of j,US. Olympic
potentials open society that la not merely an 'lntecrated'socl !' veteran's World War. a time proper tow bar. Many states Basketball Game* Committee.The .
privileges white/ people enjoy rCONTmUED' trailers. Powers the original voice ofAmerica's
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b tTALLAHASSEE The Meet was highlighted by

EARNING and LEARNING the presentation of the James :
J. Corbett Memorial Award ,
according to Dunn, which went I
to Asa S. Bushnell.Com-1!
Boys & Girls Can Make Money missioner of the ECAC. Dunn

also related that every possible
':phase of athletic implementation
was covered to add to the

Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are 'i'\\ "' progressive era of education.
: The speech delivered by Dr.

EARNING :( ':;' ?i'ft. '" "\ .'1"., ,';,';., J\ :t"r'y":., Vernon Alden, president Ohio

From 51'I I fo $$10.0.0 WeeklyAnd '",' ,,'. .,)",..,...1 collegiate University Athletics entitled..iNow"Inter-More

LEARNING : : ., .li ) .: ""i<' j Than Ever,' was very well
do business
fo taken, Dunn said, by all athletic
s directors,there.SOCIAL .

YOUNGSTERS I It. You you are 'smart'q -FAMU-The( ) FAMU Library staff honored the retiring director of

libraries, J. Luther Thomas, In surprise\ ceremony yesterday morning Coleman Library. SECURITYwvidutgw. .
and want to earn .your own money, Thomas Is retiring after 33 years of service to the university Including! years as science ? ( ..
Instructor aw] 27 years an director of libraries. When he became director of libraries the''

this, is the way to do 1 it. library was housed In what is now the university religious center and had only 18,000 volumes S
supplemented by 176 periodical titles. Today, the library collection now exceeds 160,000 ,
1 volumes supplemented by 1,900 periodical titles, a mlcrotext and an audio visual collection in S Survivors, and I
PARENTS I Your child .may not need excess of 20,000 newer educational media pieces..Misthe greatest surprise I have ever Disability Insurance and'

''received'*he said, after the reading of the congratulatory message from President and Mrs.

'money but the training gained'as a '' .B.L. Per y and from friend throughout the United States, Mrs. Elsie Eaton, who is acting Medicare for w opr.l Mvtr
director of libraries until August: I, 1989, presented Thomas with a silver tray with the names
Some hints bow to
of the staff engraved helpful on
t speed' up that first social;
newsboy, will help him to be successful security check were issued
,: ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIESBY Censis Bvreai today by James H. Middleton,.

.m' later life. Many of the most' successful 'M' NEGRO PtiESS INTERNATIONAL Aii..ICli.citY Station Branch office.Manager of the Carver i, \

I "First of all, file your claimi
INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCEDETROITNPIInsufftclent C'er'.C" k about two or three months)
men were Start
} Newsboy A Route 1 '
.11 ) evidence caused charges before you retire or'become
"" ,. .. transporting narcotics to be dropped against the Rev C.L. Households in this area will 85. Bring with yon the oldest
i "' Franklin, father of soul singer Aretha Franklin. Rev Franklin be included In a nationwide ,record you have of your age:
Anywhere Yon Live t lr of consumer! buying andhomeimorovementexpectatlon
In Florida.. .' ;, r .- was arrested last May 24 after a quantity of marijuana was survey This mal be a Bible record
.: .r reportedly discovered his Juggage..which had been delayeda Insurance policy, 'or baptismal
daring JulyDirector Thorn
", .: day after the minister's Dallas to Detroit plane tilp Rev. document
.', ;.,) : Franklin had maintained the drug had been "planted" in his as W. WcWhlrter of the CensusBureau's "You will be askedtoestimate
office in Atlanta
f. regional -
y'' : 4'l'' luggage announced today. your(earnings for this year,"
I\. 1 ; br asked'whether Mlddleton said, "and you ..., '
Householder will be
; t <\t'r: <\} ./:' Y.{ f' ': \ 'I< .. MUSICAL DIRECTORNEW they expect to buy a' also be asked to finish'
t YORK-NPI"Named musical director for the "David
+ evidence of you earnings for
:' .. Frost Show," a Group W, Westinghouse Broadcasting company house car or major app1lance.cIIIrl.Dr last year so bring your W-2;
program being syndicated to stations In the UJS. and Canada the next year and whet. form and of tax retort
?l" li Iisiiiss copy
Ns'' Yn your ;
a her have made recent
I II''' Billy Taylor, jail planlst-composer-arranger-wrlter and. they purchases If you wera'.If'employed.: '
} lecturer. The 90-mtnute entertainment and of these items. Homeowners
new show a talk
; Other documents such as'
I FILL OUT, THIS COUPON 'TODAY4DA + program, had its debute" July 7.: vilibeaskedatatdhome marriage certificate and birth
.0 it Improvement and repairs
!< STAR-2323 Moacrl R ad .'JacuODvW FlQr1da SUMMER DANCE SCHOOL during the last three months and certificates are required for- )
,. "' i t widows and children. ."
+ any planned for the future, _
; I}:' HAMPTON, NPI-Hampton( Institute bas Inaugurated "Last but not least,,'' be sere
.. 1 a slxweeks! summer community dance prgram in its new The survey Is taken quartely to bring '. social security
_..... ...........- ....... ...; gymnasium, which offers courses In ballet, acrobatics: baton, agencies and other groups with number when your you cometome"
FIRST NAME .wi NAME : ,' v African, modern and jets dances The classes are open to programs based on consumer Even though all the necessary
.: those in the age range of son years, and will conclude spending patterns. documents art not readily
: e Aug. 10 with a dance recital.. In the most recent survey of 'available, Mlddleton advised

., ; the series, taken In April, UJS. folks not to delay filing a claim
: ADDRESS STREET, L NUMBER P\ONE NO.' f Ita MOVINGMIAM1NPQSammy families Indicated that their If they can be entitled to

) Davis, Jr.'s new mailing address win plans for buying housesand cars benefits For more Information
; be Nassau In the Bahamas, it wu learned recently. Davis is 4 were 'at about the same level or assistance contact either of
Send my child 20 copies of the FLORIDA STAR on / giving up his California home ud,buying and building on as a year earlier, but on the. the Social Security offices In
'A credit to. start Urn In business I will pay the' property adjacent to fellow actor,Sidney Peltier.Why?He wants average they expect to bin more, Jacksonville. The Carver
.4. FLORIDA STAR isf for each copy he sell. Thosel some cithat"reluIdU'lnt'that"lOptcl1l1arto! the -Caribbean ,household appliances and fur n-, Station office It located at 088
that .art not sold I will return ,and will not be Islands. Households West 13th Street at Canal-tele=,
',;\ required to pay lor unsold copies, t'i included In the July phone 791-2517. The downtown
"'<'\,(!::4 i I ,'..,\ EAST GERMAN DATE '' survey will not be Identified office Is' located at 400 West
; BERLUfNP1)Dtck Gregory who has been absent from the All answers are kept confidential Bay Street-telephone 791-2181.:'
,1 .! American scene for some time, has shorn up ui East Germany by the Census Barm, and Both offices are open from 110
*: #:&t ,SIGNATURE or PARENT.OH\ GUARDIAN, ., where Is serving U chairman of the World Assembly for Information obtained the .' to 4:30 Monday through Friday
t."'k'! Peace subcommittee on racism.. Some 50 International .
( ., organ survey will be used only for and from 900: to 12:00: OB
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I Tennis Champ Arthur Ashe Joins White Co-Players And Opens Insur. Business

Top hiked Player Will ServeAs Karate.United States Navy 'StyleA Korean Studyl!

I President Of New Venture

LOHDOW-NPl)._Arthur R. Ache, Jr., America's number oat
ranked tennis player, bu Ml op a nationwide apecial zed. '
Insurance agency to offer a field of financial service to y Ip fj 4'' it aji / I
athletes and sport tons. L

'The Afro-American tennis graduation, be served u first
champion and three of his white lieutenant in the 05. Army.
teammates who, with Ashe,beat He has been a member toe best of 50 nations to take VS. Davis Cup team sloe 198S,. ,
the Davis Cup back to tilt U.s.A. Including the time of his Army ;;
for the first time In fin years, service. Re is ranked numberone ?
.have BOW Joined forces to by the U.s. Lawn Tennis
;conquer UM business world as association and holds a "Top
'they hare the world of tennis. Three" ranking in the world. I
With 1968 Davis Cup stars Fidelity Bankers Life has for
'Robert C. Lutz, Charles ... some time been Identified with h r X ;
Pasarell, Ji, and Stanley R. tennis, co-sponsoring, with the N S 1i
Smith, Ashe recently announced Richmond Tennis Patron's
In London the formation of First Association, an annual Invitational _

Service Insurance Agency, Inc. indoor tennis tournament ,
Ashe will serve as president of each February, In which Ashe l i ,. Iw

the agency, and Lots, Fasarell, has participated.
and Smith u officers and Fidelity Coporatl
directors, with headquarters In Harold J.Richards,.
Richmond, Va., Ashes home- commented, "The association PmIr4i
torn.The. of Arthur Ashe! and his fellow I
firm will Initially act asa'general players Initiates a new enterprise -
; agency exclusively, that we believe will bo "d3s
for two of Fidelity Corpora followed by other prominent .
tlon's luurtDeelbaId1ar1ea... sports figures First Service i- .
Fidelity Bankers Life !Insurance agency entry Into the field of '. ,
Richmond,Va.&D4th. financial services indicative
Central National Insurance of the higher calibre of todays _
CroUP, Omaha, Neb. (The Fidelity athletes and their desire to
Corporation is Richmond become associated with social
(Va-based'holding) company and business endeavors of i
finance, and insurance) national significance."
Ashe who came to England As for Ashes association, Concentration One of the of Karats and teachers
: greatest experts In the field is Boatswain's school-age children on station! at Cninhaa, Korea. Chlnhae Is the home port for the ROIL fleet
for the famed British tennis Robert C. Lutz, Ell. attends list First Class George Summer, upper left. Karate Is a deadly form of combat performed and principal operating base ,for the U.s. Navy in Korea Summers has completed the test
tournament at Wimbledon, told UCLA and is a native of Los without weapons. It Is a major sport It is a pasttlme in Korea where Summers, who is from for third degree black belt. He belongs to the Tae Kwon Do Association, one of 29 different
newsmen: "Following the Wim Angeles;Charles ... Pusarell, Bath, Maine, serves as an American advisor to the Navy bledon matches, wt will Initiate Jr., 29, is from Santurce, shown going through his karate forms at karate meet. In the second picture Summers breaks than 4,000,000 practitioners in more than 50 countries The awarding of the black belt
oar Insurance program aadIbegln Puerto Rico, and Stanley R. sixteen: tiles with his head daring a meeting. The third picture shows Summer during karate follows 12 to 18 months of study, one to three hours a day four days a week. Interest and
to promote and sell the Smith, 23, also attends the University forms at the Chinese
Compound Gymnasium. This ancient art employs the hands arms and .
dedication are paramo mt. Summer sirs thai, .t ie on'y limn be isn't hurt Is when he doesn't
financial services of the Fide California,and makes feat to punch, kick, parry and Intercept with a tremendous destructive force. It has been break all the titles Official Navy 1 Photograph, Naval Station Washington. D.C.
lit, canl* ,Ies. his home In Pasadena, Calif. adopted as a sport by many of the approximately 100 U.S. servicemen their wives and high
"Although tennis offers many w

more satisfying for my associates year:of opportunity and Sports Parade Let Gel EWC Gives Summer
me, we all agree that a well-
planned business career can be Rk ; SEAFOOD CENTER

carried on simultaneously, and BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL 5* a
'will continue when our tennis 0ueoa." Youth ProgramThe 136 N MYRTLE! AVE El4.14b8
competition days are over/' he SAYERS BACKCfflCAGOXNPOGale
added.In Sayers, star Chicago Bears' ground CATFISH ABE GLUTTONS Seafood Cent: Triple Crown
private, Ashe said he had gainer who was missing from the final five garnet of the last Channel catfish are probablythe free summer spoils program of swimming basketball, Gen. Boat Whiling
recently turned down an offerto season, will be "blowing up a storm" again when the pro hungriest tread water fish volleyball, and track and field is underway at Edward Waters Drum Ir.....' ..IU..I
become a contract player fesslonal gridiron battles begin. Sidelined because of a knee in the United States They'll College and still has room for more students, ages 12-18, Nose ..IB. 49CSh..p
with a professional tennis pro- injury and subsequent\ surgery. Sayers has been working hard eat almost anything and stay according to Coach William L. McCoggle.! .

moter, for a sum! of nearly to get his old stride back. Proof that be is In fine form is his up Studies all night show to do the so kinds of The National Summer Youth and become better citizens Salt Water Brim Q

a half-million dollars.. recent signing of a "multi-year" contract with the Bears food eaten by cattish number Sports program began June 12 through utilization of the personnel large Mullet ................................. it. 39'SPOTS ,
"My independence as person Into the thousands and Include and will be held each weekday and! facilities of higher
and a player," he explained, TRUE TO FORMLONDON4PIRunning mammals birds, amphibians from 9 am..1 p.m until education, and to provide: expanded ................................................. IB. '55'
"means as much to me u true to form, the South African Insects, reptiles, fruit seeds. Aug. 29, McCoggle said opportunity during the CATFISH .......................*....................... IB- 75

money" He said he already government refused to grant Arthur Ashe, top-ranked and U.s. leaves to and mention oddities too numerous "These kids are loving the summer for the youth of the YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER ........................ lb. 89
amateur tennis player, a visa to enter the country play chance to and I'm '
had some minor business Interests Yet, with such a versatile appetite participate, community to' participate in BLACK BASS .. 1b 59
GEN. SEA .. ... .. ,
In the South African Open championship The decision to bar ? ? ? ? ,
able to offer it :
glad we are and benefit
and he hoped that First catfish are selective competitive sports
,Service .agency would'provide Ashe is In UM with me country's poUcj of Complete; separationof sheet. what III.y'1l.eat_ and to th.m.cCoggl. said' from sports .k111IlD itructiona.AU .,.. Llve'CRARS .......*, ...,Ib. 89 ,

a way'vl earning living without the races, ,but runs Cvunter to the recent play by the South when they'll feed. Successful Transportation, insurance, a persons Interested may SPEC. TROUT .......................fret; :.;,:::;: tb:75'Gin ,
raining his tennis career. African Law Tennis union to stave off mores to drop it from catfish anglers. icy the fishingauthorities medical examination, endIgpches enroll at the Edward Waters FRESH FILLETS ...............;............:........... Ih. 98' ,
international competition. The tennis onion has accepted Ashes at Mercury out. included in the
are call 333-
The 26-year-old Ashe' is a boards are Just as selective In College gymnasium or -'-
graduate of the University of entry form their choice of catfish balls. free programs,which McCoggle 6340 for free transportation.
Chicken blood ls probablythe points out is sponsored Jointly
California, Los Angeles Upon CLAYNEXTNEW best catfish bait of all. The by the National Collegiate
YORK{NPr--No sooner bad Joe Frailer recognized main problem 1s to keep It on Athletic Association,the federal Watch heavyweight title holder in six states, stopped Jerry QuarryIn by the letting hook. Blood fresh bait blood ls eOIll'late made government, and Edward on the rocks ?
In Madison Square
the seventh round of their encounter under refrigeration and Waters College. This Clown
Graden last week, than he announced he is ready to take on cutting coagulum Into strips McCoggle said that the pro
Casslus Clay, the sidelined, but still the "real" world To fish blood bait anchor your gram makes Instruction and 32 It 42
hea/ywelght boxing champion. Frailer won't settle for anyonebut boat, place the bait In the leadership, competent supervision -

Couch J..II.lf Clay,"though be is willing to take on Jimmy Ellis as a don't U move easy U it possible after it and has and desirable facilities 12-90-21

GRAIf BUNG,. LA. (SPECIAL) "tune-up. reached bottom available to many young people
Live baits minnows crayfish who are unable to secure this .
basketball ;
--Gambling College
TIT FOR TATCH1CACiONP1)FtDI trots are also effective experience! through their own 9
coach Fred Uobdy is friends and teammates let it be eatflsh getters They can be means. 4f Y
normally a cautious man, but floated still fished although ,
or -
publicly known last weekend Just what they thought of Billy Objectives are to help young
he is exhilarated by recent floating will usually .
Cubs star Black outfielder
Williams the by giving
that ItwoaJdD't produce the most catches people learn good health habits/
recruiting successes him his day and a ran load of presents, topped by a check :. l" ....
surprise too many for the Billy Williams scholarship for the high school from 4 'k63a 9 -
people !if he bursts out laughing In Alabama. Williams reciprocated
which be graduated by
from sheer Joy. clouting a single, two doubles and two triples in the doubleheader -' : 'WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE '1kt

Basketball And with talent ample at Justification.Crambling against the Cardinals which the Cubs won. No Waiting-Credit. t Approved on Spot! n-41-75

has a way tyke vintage wine with good and the Helsman COM'CMI CONTKX All CONDIIIONID CHUM CONTHOt, a WAY 20J| .
--Neither 0. J. Simpson, surma.WINDOWSVMnoorMcroorwAMANfr' '% ,. "'. +nAarrr
ted If ever years In,, and Bobby's there" has 1) seasons rarely, trophy winner, nor Johnny Sample, of the New York J.1I1I 6*CADILLAC SWAM O.VIUI ?.........-......,... J259S.; Sometimes He's up,Sometimes 1 'a
f immune to the lure of the bright lights of the entertainment V1NYlIIOOI''. COMPORT CONWOC A. CONDITION. *WAY MATS. He's down. He AddsSubtracts
with the Tigers been anythingto world. Simpson, while dickering with the Buffalo Billson TM iriUINO WHEEL ILit.WINDOWS.OM.V KOOOMIIM.MCADIllAC He works It all around. .

equal .the. talent ,of recent how much: money they will pay him as a professional SEDAN D.VIUI......?........_.? $1593 .
slgnees.GramUlng. gridster, is starring u a "potential" Belsmaa trophy star MATS.COMKWT HUDIT CONTDOl AT THIS HMCS All CONOITIONIO. IUC. VHNOOWJ SWAY. IIi 54 740
landed three of the
nation's most sought after In a new "Medical Center" series, scheduled to premiere 62 CADIUAC C'I.DIVW ...............-.......... $191 Coming Attraction
la the fall over CBS-TV, Samples, th.let', defensive back, see..T.All coouaoA tones< DMA NtW ONIl ;.

prospects in seven-foot will be appearing with Kirk Douglas in a movie entitled 6 CHIVY II NOVA ._.............,................,.,.. $|1195
Lawrence Lilly, a Uontevallo, "Rebellion," which begins filming before be reports for UN AUTOMATIC.FOWEISTf(UNO.PACTOIT WAMANTY 55 112 112 4c
.Ala., high school Ail-American training. 61 CHIVROUT IMPALA SPr.COU'I ........:.... $2395VI.
pivot who had ZOO college and .UK.AUTOMATIC POVkU JTEHINO MAN'S'DAYS

adversity scholarship offers; 'CATCHINGPHILLDELPIHAONPl: C CAMARO ............-......w,.............?..,...... IJ295VtWCKIT ,

Robert American Cords prep, school, a 6-7 guard All- )Blchle Allen, First baseman of the 6IBONNIVIIU MATS AUTOMATIC...M..m.POWMITteilNO.........:.............UN......... $3195 'NUMIEREP r '
Philadelphia Phillies, seems to be addicted to the same bug 401 M'TOP.VINYL e0OP.All CONDITION,IIICT.WINOOWISMATS. "'
from ,Starlington; and Jump- which bit slurry Wills, late in the Expos: and now with the .FACTOIV WAMANTV.AIAWST: MW. 'flans }bays fie Numbered
booting Vernon Wilson, a M Pittsburgh Pirates. Like Wills, Allen turned up missing 67 FORD OALAXII500 ................................. $199 Touts
play maker from Loganport, All C was Indefinitely suspended without pay, and now is seeking
ideally suited for 'the tight, "'to come back to the team. Also like Wills, Allen wants to be "PONTIAC GRAND MIX r........................... $3195 when you know your Lucky Day r Make it i perfect
harassing men-to-mandefense All COMXnONIO IUCT WINDOW AND TEATS |HA SHAW,
.ctnlmrad br the TtftIu. traded, even though the deadline,for: trading has passed., /lCTOIIYWAUAHTY. Lucky Colors, Set.

6PONTIACIEMPEST.................................. $2295 Send 12.00 for your
Hobdy flatly predicts that CUSTOM, V* AUTOMATIC TIANSMISSION POWII STUIINO' I1H. Horoscope Guide for
Lilly; a powerful 229 poundepeptmaq Willie Scott /lCTOIIYW..uom.. .. bri .
,wW marnre another* SignsPackage We Tote(( Deals Where Others RefuteCredit ,JULY

Impressive GramuUng'dynasty."Be Approved on Spot Fill in the blank below and
is the best player to enroll mall ZODIAC Post Office
ken since Willis Reel"! Reed R. ,
Is currently aa all-pro center Contract Box 1171e Jacksonville, Flaw

with the New York Ia1cb. & MAIN' MOT:
Lilly scored over 1,400 points .STRUT ,
to high school while engaging me EU.13(1 OPEN 'Tll9:30: '.E14-I3I2 DATE OF BIRTH t r Y 4
lamination and position of With Dallas Of ABA r -

coaches ,from Maine to 't '

California.Bs Wondrous Willie Scott, three times AH American Basketball I he UK. I.xfitfMMcrtt; in ( '. . al 1'101(1. t ;, 'J;. <
., should mats Hobdy's next player at Alabama Slate College has signed a package contract ti' II' -.(.
Hear, years especially pleasant with the Dallas Chapparals of the American BasketballAssocla-: ( ,M.-.t ". .
;toes with Us.elongated shooting lion. "Ii ,. I
Kuala "
.ail rebounding : Scott, a native of Gadsen,Alabama ," surge of popularity for is believed to have received a .rt --.=.. 1t 1 I t;
fee. sport hers Is already Indicated -. the ti ITONITE JtAI: ". '
highest financial "
with major powers like JT' "
package ever given a native .
fte University! at Oklahoma, Alabama- aWtl t Joe Namafa
*r '
Pew M eylco Stats gad the University and Bay Perkins of the University 'fT --
Hawaii scheduled fore

future.BoMy of.. ....... were of ,from Alabama out of football state: WEDI4AT.MATINEE 2 p.m.1st' Race 8:15. P.M. traA $e 9rQ'i'S".Bet g
far to' aANOSasu <<
has gone so u -.
Be ,,,raPt H points and ,
that short of TAKE //-95 ENJOY GREAT RACING .
predict nothing fourteen (U) rebounds per game ACTION fIf" -
Dfvjae .Intervention will keep .during its tour years at 'DIRECT TO TRACK IN AIR CONDITIONED ,COMFORT!' "Jij', <1"", '
GrambUag out, of the Southwesters -: Alabama State. _' I _"r._ ,(}

Athletic Conference for fouryears. Standing 6 feet S inches sad A n .; 0.' ...: """ fltso'
championship.picture QUINICUS IYW watt -
:. weighing 105 pounds, Scott has I PLAY THE :
bee considered by many 16 1 e I I ,. IX FtriM POrtCTM
tt \ ORI61NAl
might ,as well say war oouiu fist j RACES
:coaches u the Best Basketball
Tr1LLJZ BCOTT. Extra martini
.h cote II reasons -waderaadably -, Player to come oat of fneSUC.Re .. Twt tit 1 IrttES ADMISSION DHL SlIt Dry/the perfect gin
"lIee.." some Scott will to Dallas forboice UaNr rArllES orES ysoa0 '. flU "AlUIIIt II' ,
was the. slxtfe rood draft' report tUCIU IllWttll' COMMIT. I.f.C.It MOOF.USTllKI IM III', ICON I Ml5ICAI ."":,
li : ,of the Chapparals.. Jralnln* oa August 2lk .
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I Gator Bowl) Scene Top Works With Rochester Police Albany State !

; Of 18 Bigtime HS Faces FormidableSchedule

: ,Football Games 0 TI For Fall

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The Bold New City of Jacksonville takes on a football r a'i i ,

:, atmosphere tills all when the Gator Bowl! becomes,for three Season Open September 13
weeks rand a beehive of Dicsklnners.,. potentials,, coaches, parents. fr t

,All high school gyms wUl 'b. ITolfson at 16130: a.m Lseym b + Vt y [I' ALBANY, Ga.-Four new grid Fayetteville State,Albany;Sept,
open from 1 p.m. to 9. Mondays try to clobber Jackson at 2:30. +Nvyr opponents appear on the tenI ,27. Tennessee A.&T. State
through Fridays, with physical/ MattheVGilbert will fight the I game 1969 fotball schedule for Nashville, TeuD; Oct 4.:
fitness programs. Track: and' closing Battle with Stanton at w i, Albany (Ga.StateCollegewhick Bethune-Cookman Daytona
.Basketball will be stressed. I p.m. f:' was released here Friday after* Beach, Fin ; Oct. 1L Alabama
This year's program bids to, Forrest' 11 will stay athome. i noon. ** State (Central City Classic) ,
be the best yet.Eighteen 1%. Rebels will go to Engle- According to Billy C. Black, Albany; Oct. 25. SouthCaroUna
games will be wood Coach Jerry Cisco's,] 1 chairman of the faculty State, (Homecoming; Albany;
featured. players will make three 'committee on intercollegiate Nov 1 Morris Brown. Atlanta;
Jackson's Tigers will be UK appearance In the Cator Bowl, athletics at Albany State, the Nor I Alabama A.iM.:Albany;
most frequent visitors. They against Lee, Jackson and Rams will faceFayetteville Nov. 15. Savannah State
will paYleYea games. Wolfson.! State, Allen University, Savannah; Nov. 22!, Fort Valley-
The second football week: will The longest trips will be made j I Alabama A.'''. and Tennessee Sate: .; Albany.
Fletcher and A.4T. State University as the
see Lee against Forrest, by Englewood,
i Jackson against Parker, and ,Parker. Wolfson will CO to 'newcomers on the '69 slate,
Wolfson against Raines. These Clearwater, from where the the toughest and meat attractive Alphas Will
.battles will make history. players hope to bring the bacon grid card in the school's history.
'Thanksgiving Day will be the home. Jackson will go to, The Rams, who meat Allen,
day. Englewood will meet FayettevlUe and Tennessee for EmphasizeBlack
the first time, travel to Nash
yule to do battle with John:
Annual Trade Show Features I Merrlt's fabled TennesseeState Power
I Tigers on September 27. The

Techniques And Modes ,... .,(?,.;,: ,...... Tigers, who have been. one of HOiSTON- ,Latest ", y :,;i<<."' "Y/" the collegiate football pow.n1a Alpha Fraternity, Inc., one of
," the country for the last five
r foremost
:, the country's college
league and the \
sessions of the '. will follow Allen (Sept.
WASHINGTON, D.C.-The National years, fraternities, has selected
Beauty Cultulsts's sessions of the beauty culture !.'.' 13) and Fayetteville State (Sept. "Black Power_.A Creative'
League will celebrate its 50th sorority. One of tbetopfeaturesd I to) on the Ranu' schedule. Force in America's Complete'!
Anniversary when it meets In the meeting will be the annual THIS EXHIBIT of Rochester (H.r.J-'mns' on PitrolTOP) Sharing the prideof TOP member Ronald KJmbrew aifhe', Fayetteville State, a perennial Development" as the theme of
its Annual Convention at the trade show where latest tech- was a highlight of Police Week and Youth Week displays. It looks at a slide of himself are: Kenneth D. Howard Kodak CIAA stronghold, will be the its 63rd anniversary general
Ben Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia niques, implements and products featured still pictures and a slide presentation of TOP activities director of urban affairs; Ed Croft, executive director, Rams' first home game, convention at the Shamrock: '
July 21 to August 7. used in the beauty cul- TOP is a group of more than 100 Black youngsters from Jnner- Rochester Jobs Inc, and Lt. Thomas Hastings director, followed by South CarolinaState Hilton hotel, Aug. 2-7, accordIng -
The organization was started ture process are on exhibit. city areas who work with the police Eastman Kodak: designed Community Services division: Rochester Police Bureau. (,NPI her on October 25 for the Rains' to Kermit J. Hall,director,,
in 1919 when beauty culture was Other high points of the include the. display and supplies\ major portion of the support funds. Photo) homecoming general conventions and A.C.,

,Just beginning to be a businessand a boat ride sponsored by The Rams make their first Herald, Jr convention chair-..;
now at 1969 it represents the the National Designers-Guild, Goes appearance !In Macon this year, ,
second largest business among a real ."Hair Styles on the Regina Guinyard To The Tune Of $16,000 meeting Alabama State on. manThe five-day session begins
Water" Other features include October U !In the Central City
,Negroes in the U.S.A, Saturday, Aug. 2,with president
The League will hold its annual a street parade showing the To Champion Swim MeetRegina Cams, Ernest N. Mortal,New Orleans,
In-servlce school cosmetology 50 years of progress by, the The complete '69 slate !is as1. at the helm.Mortal,a Louisiana
starting on July 21 with league, a pilgrimage to the E.: (Guinyard will re- she wai member of the Rlbault follows> : State representative, the first
national and International beauticians grave of the founder, Mrs presant the Robert F. Kennedy' Junior High team At the conclusion Sept. U .Allen University- of his race to gradate from
\ .conducting workshops, Cordella Greene Johnson: the Community Center In the 1969 of the school year she Columbia, S.C. Sept. 20. the Louisiana State university
annual banquet and the parade Olymp Swimming Championship was awarded a letter and a'I
i clinics, demaostiatlons and law MchoJ, and a former U.S.
Gainesville on July 11, certificate for achievement In
-classes, all leading to degrees of states. in Hack Teachers Assistant Attorney, noted that
t swimming. She is entered in
in beauty culture. Many prominent visitors and 12 anell3. among the convention hlghUjbts -
'' The school ofcosmetologywlll speakers have been scheduled. The event will take place at the 50-meter fr.estyIJ,41) are Job interviews and

be followedby the regular This list Includes Mrs Martin the H. Spurgeon-Cherry pool, meter breaststroke and fit I,'the Aid Delegates recru1tr, aid; a.: Texas Southern;;
Luther King, Jr., banquet 1001 Northwest 34th. 100-meter) breaststroke. University open to the public;
speaker; Rev., Jesse Jackson,, Rep is a twelve-year-old Preliminaries will begin at and a seminar on the convention -
Ponchltta Pierce, CBS news!. student at Rlbault Junior High J a.m. Friday, Saturday and Plan Big MeetBlack theme.
commentator; St.rl1JlcTucker and is a registered memberof Sunday. The event is sponsored
Field Representative National the Florida AAU. She began by the Gainesville recreation teachers, administrators Alpha Phi Alpha wu founded

Urban League; Hobson competing in the AAU swimming! department.While students, parents, and, In 1S06 on the campus several Cornell Black
Reynolds, Grand Exalted Ruler meet in 1967. in Gainesville Reglna r community w 0 r k e r.-all con- University
t,of the Elks and others. Last year, while swimming on will reside at the home of Mi. 4 I ceroecl ,Tiith strengthening the students, and according to
; The theme of this year's convention the YMCA team and r Coach and Mrs Andrew Mlckels.i',' role of education in the black President Mortal has always
the Ulckels Is tennis and swimming been a constructive black powersince
row.CONTIACTORS is "AT THE HELP- Joseph Pauline young commu1ty"wlOeoDverpoa.iUUta.
NOTEIS'P111111 LET'S COUNT OU3 ..BLESSINGS. swimmer won several events, coach at Lincoln High School. Georgia for the second Its foundation.The .
In\ Gainesville, St. national Conference called convention committee and
Pr..l41nr.wU1 be Dr. competing by
Katie E. Whlckam national Pote.-sburg and at the Jacksonville FOR SUE the. rational Association; for host chapters, Alpha Eta
ICE & FUEL CO. ,' Navy Championships TALLAHASSEE, Fla..-(FAMU-Dr. Benjamin! U Perry! African-American Education Lambda and Delta Theta, are
6261.8th S..an3.n 69 n president. 2 Jalousie Windows for saleKeasonaole. -- President of Florida AIM University always enjoys hearingthat preparing activities that will
During the past school year Ph. 333-9942 (NAAAE). The Conference will
.' major firms like FAMD-especlally to the tune of $16,000. meet from August 20 through include ramlly participation
IN SEJIT? Mr. Edwin R. Lang, partner of Hasklns and Sells, a New York August 24.
"rIOllElS[ based International public accounting firm, presents Dr.Perry t
.NN11NNN.N .NNNNN.. ..NN.N..N..N ..NNN Preston Wilcox, the national
;POOR "MARITAL rfedfioic": with a $16,000 check: for scholarships for deserving studentsto chairman of the organisation, Veteran Fans
Prices Good Only At .. 'NO SEX pursue an accounting major at FAMU. Hasklns and Sells issued tie call We are attemptIng ,

I I Kins li. I lisbiu, '-' {PROBLEMS IN SEX. will also make a $500 award each fall to FAMlTs most promising to define' and! create, a.
I '111 I Diiis Struts .' ''NO PEP AT NIGHT,NO VIII OR accounting senior. Lojklag on are (standing I-r) Dr. truly black educational agendaand CONTINUE FROM FACE 8
i ..VIGOA, POOR MARITALREILATIONS L.W. Neyland, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; a climate which meets and service, retirement be cannot
71st t Njrrtli.33ri NO SEX DESIRES, Dr. Lucy Rose Adams,chairman of the department business; stimulates the aspirations; and also receive Social Security

t Mutriif /INCOMPATIBILITY. If these (seated) Dr..Sybil Mobley, professor of accounting. needs of the black: community.The wage credit for the time. Your
HKIIII rue( your problems and you conference theme THE nearest Social Security office
have I tried In vain to have them Urgent NoticeWhoever !axons Rally To FIRE THE TIME, focuses on will be glad to answer any

thru I I solved-let us show you the way i new black perspectives and creative questions you may have.Q. .
s s : Guaranteed No Obligation and saw the accident of CONTINUE FBOtf PACE 1 black solutions pressing I
WED I .: I was recently divorced.
; Baf E Confidential. Just write which May 31, in the 200 Block: of ship Joined'in wholeheartedly. educational problems. Key issues am now a dependent parent of a
JULY 16 I I problem you have, print your Broad Street, near the Deluxe Then there are the thousands before this year'susembly sole lost in Viet-Nam. I am
name, address 7 lip code and Bar between the to Include comm
hours of 12 of in-crowders people who are expected 40 old and would like to
.. years
.c.N.N..6 N.NNN -- mall tpGOOD a.m.and I Smith control of schools black
a.m.--Please. call knew and respected over unity return to school to better qualify
REG 7.95 SAMARITAN P.O. Box 3883072. the years sad who knew him studies, college admissions, ., myself for .elf-.spport.luclu-
.l.8- 3,..Tloodbw'T, N.J. p8096. t as an associate of the Palms the dormitory issue, j :'pro. cational assistance avail
Rite Club successor to the tectIoa, health and nutrition;.
able for me through the FA?
Fan. Apt. For Rest and and
tamed 2 Spot Club.A graduate professional A No.Educational benefitshave
'St BEST BIT IN TOWN ;45vWest 16th St., Apt '3, 3 final planning meeting wu: studies., been authorized for widows of

RED rooms,' front porch; lights 6' held Tuesday at the Apollo, at veterans whose death was dw
'hot water furn. Tel 393-9881 which time full support was. Grannling to service aDd wives of service-
for the
given BenefltShow.Many and
or.125-37U. connected permanently
well (mown personalities were CONTINUE FROIlPAGE ?! totally disabled veterans. This

Red present Past and present ea- people think I'm nuts anyway.." benefit is not available to dependent -
aekle HACKLE 011" 'SililOfir.FHAVA' The kind of tertilnumt figures and l- Cords and Wilson have unbelievable parents.

i / I WOMEN THAT BLACK MEN crowd and womeii pledged shooting eyes' and Q: If a veteran hu an annual
I should experience'littledifficulty'adjusting Income of $1,576, how much
This benefit will .
i gal begin VA monthly pension will he
to Grambnata -
60 FOR: at 9 p.m. Mghtclubbers, entertainers .
SCOTCHREG perpetualmotion get under the new law?
INC.. and others will A A monthly pension of $57'Is
Exclusive survey tells yon contribute talent:"" offense However speed and
and outside must payable to t tterans who do
hairstyles, body types, scheduled sharp-shooting
.. ...... The Benefit Is to not have dependents and whose
.N1NNN..NN..NNNNoI ',fasMons the guys !dig most I counteract their Inexperience.
close at clan.Smith' .
7003 KEN KNIGHT DR Cords lCorecll,501po1atawb1l. annual lrcome ranges between-
t 3.45: 768-3479 tragic 'death was a leading his team to the LJALO Jf.BJWau $1,600.
shock. He wu on a weekend Q 1; I have the "Total Disability
CHIN fOWERr Class "A" state championship. :
of pleasire. According to
I 1fi Imported from He and Fred Income Provision".onmy
tar mi. Two black: acts take o/er reports Smith, 39, of 517 May Hilton will provide! formidable National Service Life In-
DENMARKCHERRY Street was the boat
the Circus center-ring operating backcourt threat that ought to surance. When applying for the
and working on the moOr at
total Income benefit
give! the disability
opposition inferiority
the time The '
same boat
., SECRETARY SANTO 'I complexes. after the six month period,
.RAILS.... suddenly lurched forward.
LON Hilton, a rapid thinker and will payment be made retroactive
['Excellent starting .iIU;. Smith was thrown into the deadly marksman, rescued the nom the first month of
Generous fringe benefits.'Out- 1 Trade Union Bigots.... water, at about 445; p.m. Tigers on nnmteous occasions total disability?
1 --: :standing working: conditions. Racial Strife in England. >. Saturday. ts a sophomore, and was the A: Payment of the total dls-;
hyping 1 and shorthand required. Black: History!? Jaxons !have, expressed leader on a team that won ability Income benefit starts.
iKJIAFA Apply Personnel Office. St complete! satisfaction with the and
1 20 and lost 10. with the ssveaa month
j [ Regis Craft Mill between 9 a.m. Id July issue said that
the best
to show -
and 12. Monday through Friday way letterman disability exists.Minority
on a squad boasting
w41 appreciation for the late Apollo
Located Intersection of East
South Is to make life depth, speed and savvy; BI'UlilY'
i Port Road and Recta Drive manager
:::::-j.,_, .:: WINE I E : An Equal Opportunity 1er Employer at your newsstand now. more livable for those children A massive to battle dogfight for a Job Is likely Operated

"";JJI::_' '" who remain Jo think of him to
develop in a
Some of the entertainers who tight fraternityof

...,................ 4 will participate in them least Intense two competition starting for at CONTINUE fUOil. VAqji"

GIVE THE HJGH SIGN fOR KEI .Milt Jacksonville. a m mot b-all night marathon With Lilly, Cords and positions Hilton S"W o&-. ",
+ benefit show include:; The John definitely believe said
[ set to function !in
SUMMER.CLASS itanberry Show The sure-handed Collins "that the minority-
Marvels. ,i
Bather fashion two
CollefeEarell only
ROD and Lucius, The Soulsters, "helpwanted" troop member who,has little
BIG I Now sw'&C : Little Deborah Gene White, signs are being displayed., ,or no business background but |'

1 6e' C : New Lorenso and The Musketeers, !loes !have the desire to be his
QUART ,* Hospital Aide Class Soul Dynamics, De and Do, and owe boss and to, work hard,
Cashier-Sales-Clerk many other local artists ,ElectedQONTAtui CIA make a success of this
KindergartrgiTeachers'' ''APPLICATIONS: NOW. JEING It wu reported that several .Dadneu.,. '

I .Aide ; ACCEPTED local Deejays will serve u FROM PAGE Y Bute! to the program is a,
l +r,t tn i Piano-Guitar-Theory TJU1TION HATES AS LOW AS guest masters of ceremonies.: former Unity Ministers Association tour-week training course each,
Mr '
? IM w t- 'Band and Orchestra ustru1818 t, 921.75 PER,MONTH James I. Provost, manager of and, for the past threw Franchisee: will be required to

QUARTSIn; p the Apollo South," is donating ,years, served U I a member take before, to can start '
I BULDfN'S t lLEli ('Eitir A Gut Career the we of Jacksonville's finest of the executive committee of ,:Mstoess': :
: after-hour bottle club for the,; the Association ,or ,UdtJ The first neit. in Omaha ID'I
[ West 20th Stoat ): show.- 'Church. S4e has also' served iceapaaytawMd and.

i plusld poiir {Registrar 355-9727.: 'CaUiIlOll. 630DAVB'STREETJS4'874 'I I Admission will be $2.00 for u an officer of the Great Lake The training center is :

NN.NNNNJ ., -rues., Wed., and rr. (his show which will present a Unity Regional development U. the. same locale ;
,I. :3O.IO 1000; ? f million- dollars. worth oft lent.' Conference.-I *.

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