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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 19, 1969


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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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HOOSTOHj-Casslus: Clay,
LEGISLATORSIN better known as Muhammad All,
has lost t, at least temporarily,
a bout he has been striving so
-i a hard to win, the battle of (the
District Judge Joe Ingraham
ruled that the Federal Government
did not use Information
secured by wiretapping the, pugilist's wires to help con/let
'\\-.11: ; fi Mm of draft evasion.Attorneys .

** ** **. "Y 0 for the fighter
Tn ., planned to appeal the decision.
Illckfla ers Single Ballet Judge Ingraham termed the
Nonpartisan Group
.'(. wiretapping as "lawfal
; ,, "
!I. Fiery Plea Shatters Into ".t.L '. The Jurist pointed out that

be concluded that the conversations .
Freedom For ,
For YoungstersThe Says Victim's Brain /' and the wiretapping have
DO bearing on Clay's status asa ,'
; y., draft objector.
Jacksonville Common Willie Pollard, 28, 765 Van However, the Judge would not
Council, the Bold New City Negroes Is Needed Buren Street,is dead,the victim express his opinion as to bow
CounciL was told In no uncertain of a bullet wound in the bead.Pohisrd the Supreme Court might go.
terms Wednesday night by an died about four hours The case has been draggingever
Impassioned croup d young ATLANTAj-Rep. Julian Bond i of Georgia this week announced alter being shot, Sunday In his since the government
Blacks, with adult Black the setting up of an organlxat Ion designed to "complete the front yard, according to police Sergeant First Class Aaron Gilyard, 47, center above, received the Bronze Star from Rear admitted tapping wires of conversations -
leaders, that Black youths In second Reconstruction o!.the So th" Information Admiral Robert A. Machpherson, commandant of the Eighth Naval District in ceremoniesIn between Clay and.
Jacksonville need Jobs most 'The southern Elections Fund, Said Bond: "The Importance Sergeant J.C. Tomillnson New Orleans m July II. Sergeant Gilyard, who has seen service In World War II, also Dr. Martin Luther King ,Jr.,
have Jobs and that It Is op to Integrated, but not "racist," of the Southern Elections Fund arrested Pollard's wife Maryon wears the Silver Star, two Purple Hearts, the Army Commendation Medal, and four other and between Clay and Muslim
the Council to help provide these will seek contributions for Its Is that It will put vitally needed a charge of murder and Bronze Stare Sergeant Gilyard is the son of Mrs Mamie Gilyard, who lives with her sister leader Elijah Muhammad.
Jobs or "!lc. trouble" In the work. Bond has said that It funds and expertise into took a single-shot .22-caliber Mrs Vivian White, at lost Ever on Street, Jacksonville. -..Official Navy Photograph by Attorneys hoped to reverse the
streets. will also be nonpartisan. Southern blackpolltical rifle for'evidence. Eddie< E, Lewis. fighter's conviction through
The youths represented the According to the legislator, campaigns and will help According to Sergeant proof of deliberate action onthe
Youth affiliate complete the Second Recon Tomllason the two adults part of the government
Federation an they are on the board of the
of the Greater Jacksonville Southern Education Fund, along struction." quarreled before he left o.: i Boy Foils .... Clay has contended that he
NeW Division
Economic Opportunity. with seven other outstanding Bond concluded: "Unless we truck-driving Job. Will'Tryl. is a Muslim minister and,
Motes Davis, federation Individuals including Rep. free the Negro in the South Duval medics said the bullet therefore, is entitled to exemption
adviser, told the Council that Shirley Chlsholm of New York, from the bondage of slavery, entered the'forehead of the slain' .. To Take from army service
there has been too much talk :Rep John Conyers Jr., of we can't tree the nation from the man, then shattered Into SO Clay was given a new !hearing
on community problems and Michigan and Dr, Martin bondage of the South" fragments In his brain. JUM.JM.Emphasize. NeeicLOfAlonio by the Supreme Court. Actionof

especially Jobs for youths, Perett, professor of socialThe l .._. this! nature baa been proved
.aDd nothing.ha&jMen dooe.He acaate.+8uYUd. --.- --- (... :Beards,,-,And'1eeltotce .. ow' unconstitutional before The
q told the Council that Its SEF has set a first-year Cannon, 10, 730 Supreme Cool referred (the
numbers have been catering goal of $100,000 and has planned Robinson because of his In-Training WorkTALLAHASSEE case for further decision to
to the special Interests of the to run newspaper advertisements Hit By JustiCHICAGOsThe : Dept. Suits attempt to climb abroad a moving Judge fop-ah" Graham ruled
city and Ignoring the poor. bearing the words "For train has lost a leg. that Clay's telephone was never
Davis, who rose twice to $100,000 you can help free someslaves Department of student in Chicago is black.In afternoon monitored. He said that Clay
Early Tuesday -Florlda AIM University has established
speak was advised by Chairman In the South.DecliMJ Justice reached out Its long 1969 HEW held up funds > a has the right to challenge the
Alonso to climb
attempted division of teaching so to speak, which well help to solve
I.if. Sulxbacber that be Offer arm on July 10 and told Chicago for Chicago to the tune of $31- may surveillance.
aboard moving gondola of a the of
1' a problem getting qualified black teachers Into
would have to wait his turn. education authorities that segregated 000000. Mayor Daley yelled to Judge Ingraham Indicated that
train In of
TALLAHASSEE 4Irs. Athalie moving the area ,all-white schools.
In the meantime two uniformed faculties must be high heavens. The order was the conversations were relatedto
city officers had entered the Range, Miami Metro Commissioner eliminated by the opening of rescinded. One board member the'lOOblockofRob1MonStreet.AccordinC The program is further designed students will techin formerly the fighter's claims that
Chamber. Davis, when his! turn earlier this! week school September The School protested that the board never. to Patrolman G.M. toward recruiting white virtually black schools. He also he Is a conscientious objector
to \ of turned down an appointment to practiced discrimination. Parker, the child and another teachers for the education pro- felt that the environment cube further "TII.del.ndant' .
came speak, complained Board was ordered equalize He said
unidentified tried to climb
offer from Governor Claude boy
the presence of the policeman.Another the distribution of teachers in Chicago must comply in 15 gram. established at FAMU for preparation attempt to prove
Kirk. Mrs. Range has been Into the car, Alonio slipped Indoctrination.
days or to court: Professor Joshua Williams Is and that
speaker was Tom its black school In the coming go that Elijah's wish Clay
Houck, member of the Southern suggested as a candidate to head At the same time Justice and fell in a line of boxcars. coordinator of the unique program Eventually, said the educator, ,become a minister and Clay's
Christian Leadership Conference the Department of Community, The Department uncovered the warned the State of Georgia Information revealed that in the School of Teacher a recruiting unit may goto white reference to them u"1JhIt1eI"
Affairs. Mrs. Range did not Alonio fell between the rail- schools in the interest of encouraglng -
will be
: from Atlanta, formers. subtle use segregative tactics Governor Maddox has vowed to Education. The program la the logs conversations would
Jax, spoke emotionally of the say Just what position she would when, In a letter to the board close: the schools rather than road tracks. Imp'emented the new GeorgeW. '. whites .to consider have a bearing on the Justice
American system and of its prefer but did mention that It said predominantly Negro submit to what he calls The wheels of a moving car Gore Building.Professor the program. ft is also hoped Department's conclusions that
several cut his off! below the knees .
discussed leg ,
positions that
He were "Communist tactics. Of William emphasised a working agreement can
values. scored the spendingof schools are assigned a disproportionate the defendant's beliefs were
"But," said the noted 194 districts only 119 according to Patrolman Parker. that the school wantsto be established with Florida
money in Vietnam and spokeof number of new, Inexperienced Georgia's political and racial. rather than
the needs of the starving Mlamlan, "because of varied less educated and have attempted to follow the Alonio was taken to Duval recruit white students for State University. religious."
and numerous obligations In, Medical Center where he was the teacher education Federalrrant.have made way
The state
poor In America. non-certified teachers suggestions of HEW program. Clay was stripped of his title _
Florida Black Front leader and for the City of Miami, I Fifty-four percent of the 55,000 reported in serious condition. He felt that many of these for the purchase. of equipment.The when he refused induction tats*
find It necessary to decline CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 new building is being
Levy Wilcox told the Council the army on April Ze1!)67.
to help the youths or he wouldbe readied for the program. Pro The World Boxing TBTsoclatlon
Receives Of Road Cook
Heart Slayer
unable to keep them under Purple KillS vision has been made for classrooms did the stripping He has not
control. Rev. John laboratories and for. 1967.Then
H. Farmer, I fought since early In
who claimed to have, a program Gets 20-Year Prison Termmurder libraries. be knocked out Zora Foley In
helping more than 600 rr seven rounds in New York.

youngsters, strongly demandedthat A 65-year-old JUDD, white, In the pistol slaying of
the Council make a move. ; r a Wilbur Harry Lee, has been Sam Sharp, 48, a Black man. Fsyrtte, :Fhmchl
He, too,said,dire consequences sentenced to 20 years la the Lee was found guilty on May Is
will follow If something Is not state prison for second-degree 9 by a Circuit Court Jury at
done. the third trial.He was sentenced Crisis Revealed! I

Farmer concluded, "If you all White Baltimore Wednesday by Judge Henry F. Outspoken Akoitly
dont do something you're going Martin Jr. after the Judge denied
to have something yon can't a new trial motion. Meyer
handle." Clash Agrees Teleceive The appeal bond was set at Nixon| AttitudeWASHINGTGNm.The ((

The Council was considering $10,000.
bill on urban renewal when the BlacksWASRUIGTONThe Two earlier trials ended with FAYETTE, IIISS.-TI all- black
Federation appeared with manyin hung Juries. '. black administration. of Mayor director of the Small Business
attire reflecting the mood i Lee was charged with slaying Charles Evers is in the red Administration, deploring the
of today. : prestlgloas Sharpe at the 400 Ranch Motel financially, A major money Nixon administration's treatment -
: suburban Baltimore,Md.,, Restaurant. M10 New Kings crisis must be headed off. of black capitalism, has,
NII'I. lisiraice Milford Mill Club will open its Road on January I,1961.Sharp'swife Mayor Evers' predecessor, a quit.
>facilities to all persons without Sharon., was a waitress white Mississippi, left the ,Philip Pruitt, who has been
regard to race, creed,or color, there. city In such a fix. According in the office for fewer than four

Meet Opens The historically all-white club Testimony was presented to to the new mayor, first black months, virtually threw up his
will, in addition accept all show that the shooting happened since Reconstruction, August bands in disgust on July 10,
those who receive invitations at about 2 p.m.because of Lee's might see the end of a foldup and, before turning his
la Miami", after July 17 In a specified failure to pay for a cup of coffee. ,,111 finances, if something is official resignation, emotionally
area. The club will further Accordingly, Sharp interceded.Lee not do t. exclaimed"It's enough
MIAMI>-Uore than 400 delegates refuse admittance only on the is said to have gone out- : According to a budget officer to make you want to CI)'. I'm
representing 40 black- Il basis of health, drunkeness, aid e with a pistol said from Newark, NJ., Wilbur tired, tired of everything."
owned and, operated life insurance __ or prior revocation: membership approached him with a meat Parker the outgoing administration An Investment director,Pruitt
companies doing business : ,.2'.L for misconduct. cleaver. overspent by *IOOClIlaor J2, said he plans to return to
In 28 states win gather All of this! resulted from the Lee also contended that Mrs. Evers did not disclose the over. Wall Street
at Miami Beach's Hilton Plaza filing of a suit by the Depart- Sharp was armed with a butcher spending Immediately. lie said In aa iavervlew Pruitt denied
Hotel between July 21 and 24 A Purple Heart medal and a Vietnam civilian service medal was presented posthumously meat of Justice against the Jjib. knife Lee contended that be he would ask for donations from that the administration's handling
for the forty-ninth annual convention Monday afternoon (July 14) at 4 p.m. to a Jacksonville civilian with the U.s. Army Corps of The snltwasnotcarriedthroughbecause ran to his car, the Sharps citizens and others so as to of voting rights and desegregation
of the National Insurance Engineers.! The medal was presented by District Engineer Col. John F. Mcf thensy to the wife of an Interim agreement following, and was beaten over suffer through the state's deliberation bad anything to do
Assn. and family of Willie J. Williams, 53, a cook aboard a Corps of Engineers hopper dredge, who with the office of Attorney- the head with the cleaver beforehe over letting the city with his decision but offeredthe
The theme will be "The SaleIs was killed by enemy mines Jan II, 1969 during his second tour of duty! in Southeast Asia General John N, Mitchell blacked out. have funds. theortbIUt''bother.ry
the Payoff Emphasis will Williams' widow lives at 6627 Manhattan Dr., Jacksonville The presentation was made in The club had beeII charged with Lee continued that he came to Projects planned are at the black person In the United
be placed on the'role of the Col. IIcElhenn,'. office: lathe Jacksonville Federal Building.Williams had previously receiveda refusing to admit Blacks to its and found himself back la the moment de laved.. States."
agent and the agency: depart Purple Heart during his first tour of duty in Vietnam. At that time be received shrapnel swimming facilities In violation restaurant. He said Sharp advanced i Toe next fiscal year begins According to Pruitt he was .
ment. wounds in his body and arms in May 1967 while serving aboard the Jacksonville-based of the public accomodations on him, again with the October 1, Parker, the Newark primarily Interested
dredge HYDE when the HYDE was hit by two Viet Cong mine explosions while dreddurla section of the 1964 Civil Rights cleaver. He said he fired one official Is a certified public successfully operating the
For the first time In many Cua Viet Harbor' He recovered'from those wounds. Williams did not return to the Unftri': .Act. bullet when Sharp advanced on accountant, the first Slack in minority enterprise program.He .
years, the Association: will hold States in January 1961 when the HYDE was returned to Jacksonville Instead, he transferredto According to the government, .him He fired a second time u Mew Jersey He was not sure continued, saying that Administrator
a public meeting Monday, July another Cops of Engineers dredge,'the DAVTSOM, which replaced the HYDE on duty la the interim order was filed .Sharp came closer,' .Sharp was whether the outgoing administration Hillary Saadoval,.
21, at I p.m., on the canapesof : Vietnam Harbors. He was killed 'in January of this year while returning to his ship near Can without UUfaUoiof Issues to the fatally struck in the abdomenand created the deficit. Jr.,, hasPtWt sot been "p_ a
\\"j Florida Memorial College. Viet, site of his first encounter with the enemy The small vessel on which bewas, returningto case so that Negroes will be In the groin. The new aU-blachlaa.lo1ltra.
Janus Ivans, counsellor to the the dredge struck mines in the water and Williams was fatally wounded. Retired from the admitted:this summer The lion with the exception of the feels that the President'should ,
t Aastiseut Secretary Defense, ,Navy Williams !bad been with the Corps of Engineers since February 1966 when be signedup tentative agreement will sot EQUAL EMPLOYMENT city attorney, white, toot over : show. more concern tor
7,j' wilt sleek'Dr. It.x. ', to go to Vietnam with the Jacksonville-based dredge WE. He Is survived by five sons prejudice rights of the ,OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION two weeks ago.Evsrswas sworn black capIta11aIII.' Re felt that ,
,,',If ,..... PurytU'i{' and two daughters. Official Department of the Army. Photo, Technical. Liaison Office, Jacksonville parties to present evidence at 1800 G Street, N.W. In by a black Justice of the the Chief ,,.Executive's .-,

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ulls.hed) by the Florida Star Publishing Company ", '

!, ''MEMBER L Whitney M. Young, Jr.

\ Foundations Under Attack

"NEGRO P ItNATION.: At this time when we hear so much about how important it it
to become Involved in voluntary efforts
prfvaie sector
for the
lynched on
major attack baS been
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lilt 0.: SIMPSON..MANA.ING:' JEIITOR JUSTICEfaranefin, "be re could Proposed just changes about wipe in the out tax any laws meaningful Include work provisions for social that

: HIM a oOTEN...CIRCILA110N MANACEI t society VtSSfSA a fIve Percent tax on foundation
education programs, and a ban on
'; MAILING AMIES aj r protection d'TIit attempts income to a Influence ban on voter government decisions. There are others,

too, but these are the most damaging.
2323 MINCRIEF ROAR, yaws"scruus !uarrmi The proposed tax on Income
would yield only about $60

.... BOX 5S$ JACKSONVILLE, FIOIIII 32201 i : k I t eianc1c fenc1ed. to million collect and than probably it would cost bring more

d in. But schools hospitals, and
PRONE 354.1712 / 'Suhtltuticn genuine other beneficiaries of foundation -

grants would feel the pinch.Y{

MIAMI OFFICE 5011 .... 7tl AYE, s. e avafityforseparatefuf'dbctnne. And the government would more probably -
have to spend even

PlOIE'ISI.3ill money to take up the slack caused

e by reduced foundation support
SUBSCRIPTION l tAT j of such institutions.The .
these lJiN hJksf! ban on voter education
'One Year, $12.00 Half Year, tf.OO.UajIed To You drives Is totally unjustified. The

Anywhere In fte United: Slates' p r r'a r't i e s"f t hi h6rrfl1 Co u rt" to creation get them of an to Informed register electorate and vote is and something the education the government of citizens

Subscription Payable M Advance itself should be doing Instead, it's been left to foundationsto

Jed!! Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 59 \ rapport such projects -
A democracy can only survive If its citizens take an active

JACKS!)!'SILL ,.FLORIDA. 32201'Mayor Interest in political questions and vote. Stopping the foundation
from such activities can only Increase voter apathy and non

participation. And it might even lead some to believe that
Molded America To A Better Image! social change can't be accomplished by the ballot.

Evers Takes Oath .. Preventing foundations from "influencing: government
decisions" Is also ridiculous. It's so vague that It can be

interpreted to mean: that a foundation couldn't sponsor a

meeting on a social problem, for fear' that government
In MississippiNegro official may attend and be "influenced."
: Internal Revenue regulations already on the books stop foundations -

YOUR WEEKLY from lobbying openly or giving support to those whose

leader Charles Evers was sworn in last week as the ,,, major efforts are overly political. Simple enforcement of theseis
Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi His keynote address was a enough to stop whatever abuses exist.
plea to end racial hatred and to pledge to build a community Other abuses, such as creation of private foundations as a
where Black's and whites can live In harmony. tax dodge for the wealthy can easily be bandied( : by whatever
"Let's bury all the bate and mistreatment and let's make -, HOROSCOPE GUIDE law or regulation Is required. And the foundations themselveshave

Fayette a create place to live, *' Evers asked thousands of : proposed that a new office be set up to regulate such

spectators.Mayor I activity.
Evers, 46, state field director of the NAACP, Is the But if the new law isn't aimed at the minor abouses that may
first Negro mayor of a biracial community in Mississippi exist fringe foundations, why has it been proposed
since the Reconstruction: Period BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER \ B appears to be a politically inspired effort to punish foundations -
Along with Evers, five other blak citizens were also sworn for their newly discovered Interest in racial and urban

In their offices by Willie Thompson, a black justice of the problems
peace. 'WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS Several foundations have pioneered in voter registration drives
': "We're going to enforce the law and build our community among black people in urban centers and In the South. They've
r and make it the kind of town that all of us can be proud of," also supported civil rights groups and others lJ.' rested in
I' Even said. "We guarantee there will be no more hate shownin FO.R'USINESS LOVE TRAVEL ? making democracy work.

this town. No more guns will be carried around In this town So the word has gone out among the backlashers: Punish the

,, to dastroy men Just because they differ with them. If they do, foundations. But the real loser is the countl y.
they're going to pay for it." The major contribution foundations have mad is to support

The commitment which Evers made, if it was more than ARIES new Ideas and programs; the kinds ot things others, especially
political expediency, Is a large order. Let us hope that his CANCER urn CAPRICORN governments, have been unwilling to take a chance on. Without!'

words will become deeds designed to make Fayette, u It ,PORN.MARCI. BORN IDlE HORN SEPT. TORN IEC foundations, there might never have been public libraries,
were, a new heaven upon earth. health facilities for malariaand
teachers pensions better cures
27th' PRIL 19th .?2il JULY 23n- OCT. 23rl ,
N 22'U1' nil JAN.: ,lOtk other diseases 0: ed icational television., ,

h'''\ Thert's It overflows The cup of happiness While blak people were being fire-hosed and beaten in the
refusing. Proposals
Its spectacularTWhiteveViappensdurlng : Ride with fortune., As long as
Is July Fourth A Hoax made or received should be may be filled to the brim is South, and while the government was wringing its hands tryingto !
this everything going way,
quarter, your out what to be done foundations were tooling
accepted on the spot. They have during this quarter. But It is the figure was up
to be
particularly In connection with as seems during
It appears that citizens are steadily losing there freedoms, such powerful planetary support like heady wine and must be be to tackle the major problems affecting black people.
std whole quarter there may
engagements : ,
and our last July 4th celebration served to remind us strongly.We weddings or that it may hardly be possibleto taken in small sips! to relishIt for to do If some foundations are abusing their tax-exempl'starus,
because of them is to nothing mor you
are speaking of freedoms as conceived by our forefathers likely do otherwise ((18th020th).The without danger of sufferinga regulate them. But don't punish all foundations by short-
hitch to
be but to a
and for which they waged war and died. A out of this world one you love best and yourselfare hangover ((18th, 19th).The rare star and your for wagon the ride sighted punitive steps that can only result in great harm to
Our officials tell us that we are moving into an age of great combination favorable bound to steal the show Jupiter-Uranus conjunction go along the vitally Important: role they play in our national life
of life. Mates associates
planetary aspects dominated ,
humanitarianism civil rights and brotherly love. But by taking place in the rising solar your
supposewe a Jupiter-Uranus wherever you go, without even friends and those In high placesare
ask the question: What good are streets of gold If we must In the solar 7th house conjunction, mustprodice trying, because of some rather house certainly places Libra in on your side. What more Letters To The EditorTO
tax the souls, and forfeit the freedoms of the multitudes, or odd developments which may a unique position which can
could want? Perhapsit
unusual and a
the common folk farthest down? something set yon both apart from the rest. climb u high as the Individual person WHOM THE MAY CONCERN:
is economic security or the
Instead of brotherly Irre, we are experiencing riots,bloodshed unexpected This on a lavish scale. Benefit from all this by accept potential will allow (19th,20th). chances of it that also I went to work for the City of Jacksonville at the Souihslde
and violence. The world has spotted the United States as a may affect the future ing offers that may add substantial Those who have the ability can Generating Station on 722-68. I quit for a job which paidme
of the lives promising as everythingelse
of are u
soft touch, and thus our economy Is going down the drain by' course may sums to the bank name their own terms, and almost twice as much. I worked for the City eight months.I .
Arians to such 08-:::41h). Of course while
a degree ,
give-away programs at home and abroad. as account (22nd-24th). Buying or price, and stand an excellent am writing this letter so that it might help those who
to make some of their wildest flying around at a dizzy pace,
What is at the very foundation of our existence? What Is selling property is another way chance of obtaining both. This are left working there and those who might come to work there.
dreams come true. it be prudent to remember
our plight? Gen. McArthur exposed It In his farewell address of this Every day of turning In a neat profit by' may also bring forth the fulfillment -' that may this cannot last. There later.
quarter should be
to Congress. J. Edgar Hoover has re ale:1 It to the press, red-letter day with excellent a those who know what is going of other hopes,some of I,. must come the moment to get While I was there I saw bow things were and I made some
and President Nixon gave assent to what these men bad said. home on and Just wbat effect this which may have looked hopeless back down to earth and to settle notes I find the following: ,
One Evangelist caught the spirit of things when he said, developments and economic benefiting may have on future values. Inheriting quite recently ((22nd, 23rd). tt accounts with the instigator of L.W. Sheppard was hired in 1963at$293.50per month. He was
"We must get back to God." family Interests things mal simpler, may also attract a host of it's later raised after a few years to $380.00 per month. As far
with the all this prepared
along main event. ,
Have we forgotten General George Washington kneeling in but not everybody has the friends. easier to as I could find out he was the last Negro who made! that $380.00per
be like
prayer at Valley forge and receiving the blessings from the may bubbling champagne chance. Better-paying jobs may pay up. month.; No one hired after that ever got that much
Almighty? Hare we forgotten the God who brought us out of Eu- But don't let it go to the head." be found. 1-40-15-33-35-141 580.1244.48582AQUARIUS Walter Hosendorf was hired in September 1965 at $270.00 per

rope and set us up in a land of the free and the home of the 8-50-18-88.85.851 month, that was $26.50 less than they hired Sheppard two-
brave? Sunday has ceased to be the Lord's Day, and we nave 460147784464,1ORN9ULY .SCORPIO years earlier. I can't understand this. He wurked for over

mada it a fun day. BORN OCT. PORN IAN.20tl four years and never did get to$380.00 per month though he was
We must stop wasting our substance in riotous living, In TAIRIS. promised this. He quit Just before I did.
waging war until our economy Is threatened become bankrupt, RUIN APRIL 24th NOV. 22i< FEB. 11th W.B. Griffin was hired In 1968 at $312.00 per month, was
and we must stop wasting billions In getting man to the moon It's self-development. raised to $328.00 per month later but quit when he found out that

when millions of our citizens live In ghettoes, without work,' 2QIh MAY 20tk 23rl. : AUG. 22H are many doors open There to It's your gain. This appearsto he would not get to $380.00.

without food and doling, and without a decent place in which Scorpios. One has to be the period to go to town D. Merrltt was hired In 1967 at $270.00 per month four
to lay their heads.If Its a downpour. We often talk You're the one. It does not background, schooling dependon and In a big way. ,If beading your years after Sheppard was hired andstUlgot$2C.5'Opei, >month
we keep an championing the cause of every nation, every about blessings being showered? happen very often to see such a environmental conditions to own enterprise,make the moves less. He was still there when I left.

where on the globe, we will soon find ourselves stretched too on people. But this term seems parade of magnificent planetary determine which is the correct that will enable you to expand, The starting salaries are all Jumbled up. The higher goes
thin to keep from tearing apart. far too mild for the many aspects favoring the individualand one to open. For some raise capital, or obtain a blgger ',the cost of living the less we got paid.
wonderful and unexpected most of the personal extensive travel may suit their, cot of any business floating The following are the condition under which we all worked.
events lying in wait for lucky activities. If home and privacy temperaments and about ff not, make a bid fora We all did the same type or kind ot work; wedidnotjiavefpts.
,Give Youth A Helping Hud Taureans. Engagements and are your wishes, accept them may seek purposes.Others greater higher position with Increased an examination for the Job; there were educational standardsto

weddings are taking the spot as being Immediately granted spiritual enlightenment or de- pay ((18thl9th). Something meet-the way they had us there we all sweated at different
The editorial presented here comes from the office of light, but not all of it (18th- Q8th,19th). Those who are looking velopment. There are many who rather exceptional and on a ',salaries, Bow can anyone assign two men to do the same Job and
Vicepresident Spiro Agnew. 20th). A good part will be for novel ideas, hew places may go after higher learning for grand scale may transpire to pay them differently?
Summer is the season when formal education across the U.s. claimed by family, residentialand to go to,and romantic situationsthat professional reasons, or to be boost your optimism, to egg We tad a meeting with Robert Thompson, head of the pro-
comes to a near standstill. It Is happiness time for the small vocational Interests which go with them, it's just a listed among the more succes- you on to explore new lands or duction department and we asked him about this and about a
fry, and for a few of the larger ones who have the moans to .Gould be a IOrt of chain reaction matter of rolling along where ful people. A strong mo'Jvation' philosophies, or simply to fulfill raise. He told us (you won't want to believe this, but it Is true)
make it so. Traditionally it Is the season tor travel, of cottages let' off by-the'principal event your heart or instincts lead you could be the toaccumulate what fate has reserved for that he would organize a school and he would teach us how to
,and beaches, and of shorts and camps and sunburn. (20th-24th There is a big surprise ((20th-22nd). Monetary, ben fits valuable holdings.urge But this Is yon' (20th-24th) This could live within our budgets- And I hear that this man just got a
But for one group In particular the summer season brings due, and It could take accompany special privilegesfor something that will not be mean acquiring host of new raise for more money that I made In one whole year.'
forth mixed emotions and perplexing problems. This Is the the form of a steep economic those who have been singled easily to anybody but .friends and gaining, their I am 'a working man with a wife and family. Is this Thompson
.. group of youth in the 16-21 age bracket, comprised of high boost. There may be an appoint r out as unique or outstanding the one closest to heart support for the cause that lies God Almighty who says MY family gets $328,00 per month
your ,
school and college students who are looking for summer Jobs ment to a higher position with} in some intellectual or artistic and confidence ((18th-24th). In closest to your heart. and HE family gets $380.00 per month? Piease figure how
''Summer Jobs for these youth are vital. For many it represents the attendant compensation and capacity (22nd-24th). There case the much take-home pay comes out of a $328.00 per month salary.
seems to be little lacking to any many-sided 2 9019 5,5 59 295 slaves. For the time
the only means of returning to'school in the tall. For others ,prlvlleges This, of course,will opportunities seem to be there My grandparents ,were first In my life
it Is make anyone happy, including I know how must have felt. There Is
neccesslty in helping ends meet at home. Without Jobs greatly depend on the skills and for the picking they one difference' I
of the those who are closest to PISCESIOINJEI. could and did walk out they couldn't.
some youth may turn to the streets from sheer boredom abilities of 'the person thus your '
and become problem youth ,AU who want to work should have favored. affections. 7 40 II 68 62 741 Comes the next election we will have our "Battle Cry,"

the opportunity to do so. 9.70 -'12 99 92 978MJI "Hey Robert. Thompson, how's the Budget School Coming
The President's Summer Youth Opportunity Campaign is S 20 II 22 82 528.EMINI SAOITTARIISIORN .11th MAI. 2ltl along.'

designed to this end. ,It is an admirable campaign to which
every responsible citizen In the Nation should give enthusiastic NOV.' It's a grand feeling There is Jesse Thomas Jr.

response. Every businessman and every individual can Join URN Alt. .. ,23rl IEC. 21st' nothing that anyone should deny
merely by determining to be of help in his or her community. BORN MAY 2Jrl SEPT. llli Tt's a mystery. According to him or herself seeing that the It Pays To Be A Plumber '

We It is the American way of life to offer youth a helping hand. 21st JUNE 7ht the planetary pattern, some planetary pattern seems to be For a long time, we have said that every high school studai
out of this world.
urge every responsible citizen in this Cutter the harvest. Just Anyonewho
community to main Hyouhave form ti windfall may b e expected need not try to go college. Instead, be could train himself I
tain this tradition. Let no Job that a youth can perform. be This may be u. Anyone who followed the planetary urgings, by come of yon. Unseen forces has good, fortune coming trade or some technical area and make himself affluen
left andooe in our community this has been seeking excitementIs who really deserve It, may
summer. you may be as busy u a bee
are la
operating your behalf. For a good example, take the present bargaining sessions i
apt to find it at every turn.4 trying to collect hooey from an benefit in the most unpredictable -
As long u yon are enjoying management and AFL-CIO plumbers In California. The mefl
This Week !II Negro HistoryJuly The omens regarding gainful acreful of the sweetest flowers the benefits, It may not beecelW'J rare but enthraling way"from a who dons himself in overalls and crawls around unstopp

endeavors are excellent, and that grow. Get sincere,'trustworthy or, perhaps, d l1r- (l9th,20th" Jupiter-Uranus). conjunction is- sinks says he Is worth $21,500 a year.
20, IMS.: World's first Women's Rights Convention held. should be acted upon without friends to aid In handling able to try and ODd out exactly W'iether one In the bargaining session the plumbers' union contends thataew
, Women's rights and anti-slavery causes were linked. hesitancy (18th-20th). And then, the cash register ringing 08th, why d8thJ9th).A grand surprise going on a long trip.'toa'torelgnland piping methods plus the advent of plastic piping are
the heart may be astonished by 2nd). The two subsequent days or over the matrimonial
Is also reserved tor these dates putting some plumbers out of work and reducing the number
July 21, 1861: Toe first Battle of Bull Run, significant victory the sudden entry of romance may be just as occupied and which nay lead to complete seas, promises to make existence of work hours of others. On the other hand, management says
[ for the mater ,unusual circumstances lucrative with the added chanceof a remarkable experience:
Confederacy during the Civil fulfillment
War, was fought.July' unusual but favorite that most plumbers are gainfully employed.
(lith, 20th). The impressionmade being In a position to dabble : (I8tt-2om). Some may extract.najptiieei "
tidings and
a ctaace to acton Presently, in the California area, plumbers are making $5.79
2, 1847: QuwChape AME church, one of the oldest may be so u to lead In real estate or building operations Ideas that may have been .creative tkragft loved.ones or' per hoar plus $2.32 in fringe benefits for a total of $I.U u
churches in to sudden proposal and acceptance (Z3rd 24th). This shouldbe achievement. ,Others
Chicago, was founded. I considered too far out Developments ; .hour. And they are seeking to get more.
(22nd-24th). la some the kind, of a period that who follow along the more conventional -
continue to favor and lines How many college professors ,make an 'average ot $21,000a
23, 1891: Rifle Selassie Emperlor cases, an old-fashioned elope- many have wished for,but hardly amaze should make ?How
of Ethiopia and one everyone, most, of all, effort year even with the doctoral degree many yomg doctors
of the greatest personalities) of contemporary Africa ment may be anticipated., dared to believe possible., yourself oa every toimprove : earn, this much during their. first JW"of practice?
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JILT 1 13, ISO STAt PMH PUCE 3' 11

I Talented New Yorker Captures Eleventh Miss Empire State Title Over 200 ? I

Wiaaer Receives Nmkerless Wedding MotowB (Makes College A Must Entertainment Hues And Cries

.Awards Aid Trip To Africa "MR. B. MAT LEAVE
SYDNEY-NPr-Slnger( Billy Ekstine, better known U /'Mr.
BellsJohn B" in entertainment circles, let it be known last week that he
Miss Empire State 1969, Linda Bryan chosen from a bevy of is seriously considering leaving America to live In Australia.
exciting and talented black beauties-finalists In the 11th Anniversary .Il He said he is thinking of bringing his wife and seven children
Miss Empire State Beauty Pageant-was crowned on from Los Angeles to live either inSydney one of the outlying
July 11 before an admiring\ audience In the Grand Ballroom of the Henry Mlxson, 2068Buckman areas as a means of escaping American racial bigotry.
Waldorf Astoria Hotel. St., 18 and Janey

Elizabeth Byrd, 115 W. 2nd St.,
competition is UN oldest and selection of the winnerswas '
ml the largest la its category conducted by four panels 20.Willie Frank over the "Motor Town," relatives,
conducted: to showcase! black of 11 Greathouse F friends and fans were uttering the same sad lament "ShortyIs
distinguished g u r e s from 20anbArlene ; i
firls. And, this year, the finale the winners was conducted, by Chattanooga, Tenn.Leonard gone' They were Inferring to Frederick (($Shorty) Long a
presented more than sixty CODtestaDts four panels of distinguishedfigures Circle 29-year-old, five-foot one-inch foul Singer and Motown record
whohad"made It"over from the stage screen 20. .1 ing artist,'who drowned in the Detroit river last week when
more than ZOO original entrants. and television > rM his small boar capsized off Sandwich Island m Qatar (Canada).
Grand prize for the excited executives and prominent Calvin Elang Davis, 1855 May- o'fi Long penned such popular tunes as "Function At the Junction,"
winner is a VIP trip to Africa cltlsens. Major categories for port 5235 Rd.,21 and Beverly Newton,, r and"Here Come the Judge"
Washington Dr.
sponsored by the Nigeria Airways consideration included 20. ,
and hosted by the Nigerian appearance in swlmwear and HONORED AGAIN
government. For the new queen evening gowns, talent and per WASHINGTOM-NPr"Wlth) the tribute paid him by President
and for runners-op, celebrity sonality. Willie Taylor, Jr., 2552 Richard M. Nixon at a White House birthday party in his honor
trips to the West Coast, Review of the contestants- Wuramlt St., 20 and Gwendolyn still reverberating In jazz and civic circles, Bandleader-
glamorous gifts and cash bias beauties all-tantalized Stephanie Brown, 2552 St., k8., composer Duke Ellington heard himself acclaimed anew last

benefits were contributed by the the Judges who obviously en- l'tiw wI week. The 70-year-old musician was selected to receive the
Tom Houston Peanut Company Joyed the fast paced extravaganza Ave.Thos. Lee Bailey, 7831 Lenox ; w coveted Lovejoy Award for his contribution to male and
20 and Putricla Ann Mc-
and Escapades Travel Service, equally as mush as 5 culture, from the Improved Benevolent Protective Order of
principle sponsors the audience. In'ee: 306 W. 24th St. 17. (4th Elks of the World at their upcoming convention in August .

In a "helping band" gesture, F *
contestants in this year's Kiss St. Gabriel Episcopal BEATS RIOT RAP
Empire State contest have earmarked Pilgrim Charity NEWARK, N.J.-{(NPI- A Jury of six men and six women
more than $5,000 In last week acquitted Black playwright Leroi Jones charges of
scholarships to be granted 10 And Sayings Announces PicnicThe illegally possessing guns during: the 1967 Newark racial riot
deserving and underprivileged in a re.trlallalt week The Essex County court freed Jones

girls. Scholar ships recipients annual picnic of St.Gabriel CQLLEGE BOUND-Three recipients of the Loucye Gordy Wakefield Scholarship Awards say and co-defendants, actor Barry Wynn, 24, and anti-poverty
will be named at a later date Sponsors TripThe Episcopal Church will be thanks to Mrs. Berry Gordy.Sr.,mother of Motown President, Berry Gordy, Jr. and Chairman accountant Chrles McCray, 34, as it overtuned a lower court
it was .announced by MillOpheUa' Sunday, 'July 20. The regular of the Loucye Gordy Wakefield Scholarship Fund. Ten inner-city high school graduates were conviction of the three.

DeVorc. founder of Pilgrim Charity and church service will begin at presented scholarships to Wayne State University by the Scholarship Fund. Standing from left
Miss Empire bate Beauty Saving Club will meet in the 8 a.m. instead of at U a.m fo right are: Brenda Boyce, Millard Jordan, Lorreta Farris, Judge Wade McCree.Mrs. ARMSTRONG CELEBRATESNEW
Pageant and president of itsoperation home of Mrs. Lucille Collins, Buses will leave the church Gordy and Homer Strong University Relations Associate, Wayne State University. (Motown YOR -( P1)-.Famed) Jazz trumpetlst Louis Armstrong
today 4112 Leonard Circle West, at U a.m. Photo by Jerry Dempnock) played it cool on his 69th birthday last week, relaxing at home

Miss De Yore presided over the Sunday, July 21, at 7.30: p.m. and receiving greetings from friends, neighbors and admirers,
evening's gala program. Se was The club will sponsor a trip including President Richard M. Nixon. President Nixon
assisted by Everett Felder, to the beach on July 26. Buses Leaders Delegates Speakers Visitors From California sent Armstrong a telegram saying it was appropriate that the
television production specialistand will stop at First and Davis, trumpetlst's birthday should fall on the Fourth of July "because
served as maj'er' of ceremonies Thirteenth and Moncrlef and at of the vast. contributions, you have made to American culture."

and Dee Simmons, 1267 West 28th. The last stop Outline Pretentious ProgramsSeveral
former Kill Empire State
will be at 9:30a.m.: Mrs Bessie
crown-bearer, as mistress of Allen Is president. James .. .
ceremonies. Brondage Is vice president.Mrs of the most outstanding national organizations have SOCIAL SECURITY Calendar

Dave Gardner, Del Marco Beatrice Thomas is reporter chosen warmer weather for their conventions. Each organization -. 7wuidq.....
actor-model, directed this will draw thousands to its meetings'Hundreds of delegateswill
years' efforts.The pageant p-o- be In attendance. Various.. themes will be accentuated, EventsNEW
tfuctlon was originated andpro- but all will bear strongly on the role of the Black Man. ,
Survivor, and
duced Charlie
by Morrison. Notable these will bathe The National Barristers' ; .
Nat among Disability
King Cole'sWidow Intarance and
Final judging of the contest V. :
The Wives
National Urban Leauge. will also meet. :. REDEEM:
Legion Post 58th annual confab will be In Delta Sigma Theta, Mrs The Annual Youth Day will be
To Marry Washington, D.C., from July Frankle L.Freeman of St.Louis Medicar. for. .pl. lS.over July 20. Many visitors,, will
27 through July 31. Whitney M. president, will open the national take part in all services.Sunday
No. 197 Plans Young Jr., executive director, convention in Baltimore on .. In an effort to speed the pay School begins at 930.: Miss
CoProducerHOLLYWOODMaria will deliver the keynote address August 10 and will continue ment of retirement checks, the Linda Simmons will speak In
at the opening general session through August 16. Carver Station Social Security the morning. Final will
reports .
Important Meet on Monday, July 28. JamesA. This will be the thirtieth convention Above are seen Dr. Louis L. Davis and his wife, Myrtle Ruth office today announced a new follow the gospel sing Sunday

Cole, Linen president will ,of the 56-year-old who, with their sons Dwayne Vanler, Darius Vanier and their servce to folks over 50 yearsof night at 6 p.m. The church Is
Jar Post 197 of tile American widow of the late and famous address the openingandciosongsessions. sorority. There are 344 active daughter, Dwanda lazier, are the houseguests of his mother, age. The office urges that located at 1614 West 30th. Rev.
Legion will meet Friday nightat Nat KlngCole,will marry Garry Samuel Proctor, chapters In 42 states and in two>> Mrs. Adlee V. Davis, 1633 West Tenth. They are residents proof of age for social security E.I. Norman is pastor. All are
I p.m. at the Post Borne, Devon, co-producer of the general chairman, will presideover foreign countries. of El Cerrlto, Calla be obtained in advance of retirement invited.
2179 Benedict Road. television show on which she the sessions.The This convention will emphasize .
The Installation of officers will appeared as moderator. Urban League\ within the the,value of training. .- "Most of the delay in pay
be held. Northera Area The wedding. has been planned past few months, has established According to President Rev., Tony Neil ,Will Preach ment of the first check whena ARARAT UNIT
Commander Tommy Thompson for this tall. 52 projects which will Freeman, every effort will be worker retires due to problems The public is Invited to attend _.
will preside. Members are Mrs. Cole's late husband,Nat. tend to uplift the economy, the made to increase an individual in proving age," say the1 Itwenry-flft h anniversaryof
urged to be present and on time died in 1965. They were married social and political strengths awareness of her Inner feelings Aniversary Sermon July 27 James H. Mlddleton, ,Social District 16 of Mt. Ararat
for Important business. The 17 years of Blacks. A large part of the and of the impact she has on Security Branch Manager. "By Baptist Sunday July 20, from
Legion baseball team Is going convention reports will touch others in dealing with burden- snaking sure your age Is established 4 to 6 p.m. A program has
to the tournament and needs Owens Illinois upon the accomplishments of some and crucial issues Six The eleventh anniversary of the Mt Salem Baptist Church ahead of time, you been arranged. Deacon J.Bonds
the support of the members.The these projects. More than 90 hours of senslvlty tra1n.lnr"W and of the pastor, Rev. W.C. Rogers, will be held from July can help the social security is leader. Mrs. Delores Harts-
month of July begins the strategy sessions and workshops be available to all registered 21 to and Including July 27. Rev. E. Calhoun will preside. folks get that first check on field Is president.

new Legion year. Willard Club Guest will be held, some in delegates. Dr. Jean L. Noble, Ministers, congregations and Ham will be time" Slave there were no
Morris is commander. Washington's ghetto areas, on professor at New York University civic and church leaders will Hosting will be present the Deacon Friday.and birth records in this State before
subjects that have presented will be in charge 1917, folks over 52 will
lend assistance Deaconesses boards. Mrs. G.
Of Mrs.
extreme difficulties over the Xttorney Freeman said, "We On have to use some other good HOLSEY CME
Monday night Rev R.T. Calhoun will give the appreciation. At
3 there will be
p.m an
nation. shall consider the question proof.
Pallbearers Wallace and St. Peter's AME .
Owens Illinois Ladles Club Sure such the If there is no old family record, appreciation tea honoring the
to be considered are posed by Ke r n e r commatlon will be present as will Rev Rev. Tony Neal will deliverthe
will hold Its meeting made in adult pastor at the church, 1200 East
on Saturday problems as policecommunityrelations "One Nation or Two? C. Span of Midway Tabernacleand Sunday or a record early
at 7:30 p.m. in the home of morning anniversary life the office at 2188 West Third. Participants be Mrs.
228 Lodge youths and their rebellions and develop a substantive plan Rev Oral Wilcox of the sermon. All choirs will serve. ,
Mrs. Mary Ballard, 1478 East community control of of action. Delta's progl'lIDI"W Godwin Missionary Baptist The Sunday School will boat 13th Street will assist anyone In Ruby Lewis, speaker, Mrs.
27th. All members are urged education and other facilities, be reevaluated ordering a record from a Gertrude McDuff, mistress of
Church Host Districts No. land Sunday School begins at 9.30:
Tea Siaday to be present and on time housing, Job discrimination and Iota Phi Lambda, business No. 2 of the church will with Superintendent J.C. GreenIn Federal census made In child ceremonies, Miss Marion
Mrs. Flossie Smith is president Mlddleton said that 1910 Cratton, music, and Miss Yerna
upgrading and health problems.New sorority, will hold its annual be in charge.Deacon J.C.: Green charge. hood.
Pallbearers Lodge No. 228, Mrs. Emma Melton is ideas .will be offered for meet in Washington from August will bring words of appreciation. John Wilder and Lee Steward and 1920 census records are Jean Hodges. Mrs. Dorothy
Miss Marguerite Dennis president reporter. abolishing! welfare and for establishing 9 to 14. This will be the fortieth will be ordained deaconsSu day easily obtained and that an order Pollard will bring the welcome.Rev. .
a minimum Income convention blank to be used to get census D.A. McElvln is pastor.
will sponsor a FriendlyTea Tuesday night will bring Rev. at 4 p.m. In the church
Mrs. Eva
M. Gilbert is
Sunday from;4 to 6 p.m. plan. Lambda Kappa Mu, a business J.W. Johnson of Philadelphia auditorium Rev. W.O. Rogers search is available through the se
at die Gateway Barracks, 1509 Baptist Yoath This Is expected to be the and professional sorority, met Baptist, Rev. W.L. Bell of will preach the ordination office, telephone/ 7912517. cretary.ST.
Kings Road. largest of the 54 conventions. in Milwaukee July 9 to 12. The Epbeslan/ Baptist and Rev. A.J. sermon.

Mrs Bonnie Frailer ischair- The headquarters will be the national headquarters at 1346 Warren of Varlck Memorial In the morning devotions Lee NO MORE OVER.PRYING

man. Mrs Nellie Mae Smith CampAll Sheraton-Park hotel. Connecticut N.W. were AME Zion, all with their congregation Steward and John Wilder will New models of clothes dryers PETER BAPTIST
Is Co-chairman.: The National Bar Association, dedicated. officers and various preside. Choir No. 1 will serve Include an automatic gas moisture Dual Day will be observed
Among those appearing on p-o- children who plan toattend with a membership of more Sterling Tucker of the New units District No. 3 and No. 4 during the day. Mrs. Dorothy sensor that "feels" the Sunday Mother Hallle will be
gram will be: Mrs. Elisabeth the 'Blptlat'Youth Camp at than 350 black lawyers, will Thrust and vice president of will serve as hosts. Deacon C. Crews will be at the piano. The dampness of a load of clothes the speaker. Mrs. 0. Balsden
Cameron, Mrs. Claudine L Florida Memorial College in hold forth in Durham, N.C., the Washington, D.C. City Calhoun will bring words of evening devotions begin at 6 and regulates heat to prevent is chairman Deacon Brown is'
Williams, Deacon John Francis Miami are urged to contact the from July 29 through August Council, was keynote speaker. appreciation.On p.m. Mrs. C. Sampson Is re. over-drying. cochairman Rev. E.M. Tolbert
Mr. Harris Williams, Mrs. Transportation Committee. 2. Charles M. Waugh of Mrs Marie Leatherman of Wednesday night Rev.Grant porter. is pastor
Pugh, Mrs. Williams, Little They may contact these ladles: Muskegon Heights, Mich, is Detroit and Washington is Lee and Mt. Lilly Baptist
Miss Rose Mary Smith, Mrs. Mrs. Geneva Cotton, 336-4315; president. national president. Church, Rev. F.W. Jones and
Lacy Lester Mrs. Annie Hutf,768.4991Mrs. Topics to be d1s-ussedlnclUde Fountain Chapel AME: and Rer.
And: Mrs. Luvenla Squires, Monroe, 765-0184. "Law and Urban Problems," J.H. Perry of Mt. Herman
Mr. Alan Chapel, Mrs. N.E. Buses leave from Shiloh "The Black Advocate," Baptist will Weddings Are BeautifulSEE

Love, Mrs. Irene Johnson, and Baptist Church, Cleveland and "Campus Unrest" and The VeteransAfoiaistratioa District 5 and parUCIPIt"J
Mrs. Annie McClendon. The Beaver Streets,Saturday morn Negro Lawyer as a Member be hosts.
public Is invited. ing August 7, at.71 m. ,.of the Judiciary." bring .words of appreciation.! YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR \'
Mayor Lee of Chapel On Thursday Rev.S.A.Thomas
Hill Is expected to address the and Mt. Bethel Baptist will be Complete Photo Wedding Service"WE
convention. Henry Frye, black present, along with Rev.R.Scot!
HARVEYS member of the North Carolina ,
and the Moncrlef Baptist '
General Assembly, is expected GIVE YOU THESE SERVICES"
The 'Veterans Administration Church. Usher Board No. 1 will
WIGS lT.r"t. fag guest will be C.C.Spanldlng outstand today explained that the July 1 ,host, well John u the Wilder Pastor'sAid will 1. C.P.S. COLOR PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES)
: ; of
,] Jr., vice president of the North Increase in the base pay
bring words of appreciation
members of the Armed Forces
Carolina ,Mutual Insurance Rev. A.B...Reed and Second 2..COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE
Itfi .> will increase in dependency -
4419 N. W. 17 Ave. V 1 Company and A.A. Lenoir,deaD mean an Baptist, Rev. E.I. Norman of
of the law school at Southern and indemnity compensation Redeem Baptist and congregaWHITES 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING
University. Judge George (DIe) payments only

Miami, fl. 33142 Crockett of Detroit will speak for the 160,000 unremarried NEED HOT WATER, 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY
at the annual award's banqueton widows on the DIC rolls. White fabrics and heavily

Friday Dependent parents and children soiled clothes of any color 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES"
Whlenltr 'r.. receiving DIC monthly pay. should be laundered in hot
k menu: from the VA did not -,,
; water of at least 140 degrees 6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM
GET FAST IUSSB.RHWI 1 receive an automatic increase j F:, according to the National
In their payments as a result ]LP-Gas Association. T. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE. :
MRS. HARVEY ITCHESKIN of the military pay raise.

Payments for these parentsand lEI HUT 8. WE WILL ALSO ASSET YOU IN YOUR WEDDING
: All 1N% HUN PAIl. children are fixed by the ARRANGEMENTS

)7SJ5, lift Riff $51I.J5 .. widows! relate to military pay Now Starting '

IRRITATEDKIN scales, with the formula for YOl// TO CHECK.wrTH AN* OF OUR PAST
Mn Wits $1S.9S determining the amount of Hospital Aide Class

monthly payments calling for Casb1erBalestltrk.1CIRh.rlutn BRIDES OR,'GROOMS ON PHOTO SATISFACTION"

African' list JIJJ5 ruMErs "<< 1N sueeEsr OINTMENT $120 a month, plus 12 per cent Teachers'.
\ Believes 'Itching, Scaling and of the monthly basic pay now Aide
Irritation of Psoriasis.44S being received by a serviceman Piano-Gultar-Tbeorf

CUTTING AND STYLING. IXTKA''. ONLY. | BESsrtCOMOMY : service whose are rank the same and years u those of *Jand IUAta and Orchestra lustraMUM'S Bob Smith 'Studioi ,

SIZt 1 C-ZS OHlYtMSETHUDTOTOlPtOTECTIWI of the deceased veteran. ,i_ )0
ColEGE'isle .
'\ '. basic ,
Thus a raise la military :
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i t Union St. James Baptist Association Meets In Palatka At Mt. TaborRev. I

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District Sunday Scbooland Baptist tTralntngUnionCosgreas
of the Union St. James Baptist Association Is now meeting at
.the Mt. Tabor First Baptist Church, Palatka. win THE BIBLE

Rev A. Anderson is pastor. Barrow Mrs. Lillian Hardy and lace' OCMTV
The convention opened on July Rev. J.C. Shannon of New St. -, CWCAOO, ILLINOIS OUfI
16 and will close on the evening 'James Baptist, Daytona Beach,
of July 20 The theme is Drill deliver the Inspirational I THE'ACCEPTED TIME
."Following Jet us With the address. Rev. R.L. Whltaker 011 I F ,
:Xross." The theme Is ,
son f Tabernacle Baptist, St.
"The Old Rugged Cross." Augustine, will i Several years ago the city of
t' witnessed one of the
The local program was presented sermon. Rev. L.D.d.unrc.j Chicago robberies In
daring recent
Wednesday night. Mrs. Emanuel! t1at of r' most

Dorothea H. Smith gave the will serve as alternate. The times.Right In the heart of the Loop,
.welcome. Miss Vivian Young of educational rally will follow. I State Street while all the
on busy
:Tabernacle Baptist responded..Rev. The Saturday morning service store were optn for business,
George McRae Introducedthe begins at B a.m. At 8:30: Miss two masked robbers entered Le-
morning theme Thursday. Hester Foy Hope will discuss bolt's Jewelry Store. One of them
Rer. McRae Is pastor of the the theme, representing St. I I did not even carry a weapon, but
Greater Shiloh Baptist Churchof James Baptist Church of the other had a revolver In each
Plataka. Dean R. Leander MacCIenny. At H a.m. Rev. hand, *o whit he kept the two
Jones held the Institute from D.B. Singletary of the First i customer and eight employee
9 to 11 a.m. Participants were under control the other went to
Baptist Church of Tnlee is "-
Miss Ophelia Maxine Miller of scheduled to deliver the < I j1 r4 p li the window and scooped up more
a 250000.00 worth of diamond
Bethlehem Baptist; Rev. ILL. memorial sermon. Rev. L. I I than
Patterson of St. Mary's Baptistand Smith, First Timothy vlllj i with *an and audience Jewelry.looking And all In this at
Rev. ED. BrownSt James serve as alternate. :

Batlst, St. Augustine. Rev.J.W. Sightseeing will be featured at | 1- = I the Roy window.Lloyd, L.bolt's "diamond
Flowers of East ,
Hastings,Fla., 5p.m.Sunday. z N man," Slid: "It was like a weird
served as alternate School will openSunday ii u, _I dream. Here I was witching the
Scheduled participation 'at 9:30. The local super man hovel' diamonds Into hit
Thursday afternoon and evening Intendent is James Roberts. The bag and at the same time I could
Were; Mrs. Rose Barrow, convention second rice president Is Deacon see people out on State Street,
music; Rev. Patterson, E.J. Vreen. watching him do It."
Miss Connie Moody; Rev. C.Dunnef Rev. D. B.Barnes,president of Something like this seems almost
Oliver Baptist, lake the Association,pastor of Peace unbelievable, but actually it
City and Rev, James Oliver of Baptist Church of Jacksonville, I I. not, In the light of our times
r for this i II no Isolated Incident.
the theme this
analysis morn-
will deliver the morning /eI C
been at
Never has morality so
the Emanuel Baptist Church sermon Rev. L.J. Coleman, low an ebb among nation and
of East Hastings. first vice president, will serve Individual*-end) never has the
Mrs Geraldine Sanders is alternate. Deacon B.J. crime rate been so high This
listed for the theme analysis Vreen, second vice president, should cause thinking people to
this morning representing the will make the appeal. recall what the.Bible say about
Elizabeth Baptist Church of
Officers are: Moderator, Rev.. <; the closing days of the age of
Mill. Rev.
Orange J.A. Wright
C.J. Watkins: President, Rev. grace In which we live.II .
of the Greater Shiloh Baptist Tim. 3:1.5 "Thi know also,
D.B. Barnes; First vice president : :
Church ,II scheduled to deliver
Rev.L.J.Coleman Second that In the last day perilous
the sermon, with Rev. R.Heteklah vice president. Deacon; E.J. OCALA: The Florida Association of Girls Club, with scenes of the meeting Miss Eartha M.M. White, only surviving founders plaque Is presented by Miss time shall com
of the First Baptist Vreen., above, impressively dedicated themselves to quality Community Leadership Denson; Miss Betty J.Allen,social worker of Los Angeles, addresses meeting; "For men shall' be lovers of.
Church of Fernandina as alter Recording secretaryMrs.Bessie 'recently at their annual meeting. Sessions were held at the Day Inn West. Mr*. Mary Flnley addresses the assembly;Mrs.Mary Jones irecelves citation their own selves covetous, boasters
nate. Sermon; Assistant recording In the picture, left to right, top to bottom, Miss A.B. Moore, president, her from President Moore; Mrs Louise Johnson gives information at the pressbreakfast proud, blasphemer, unthankful, disobedient
At 2 p.m. the devotional service secretary, Miss Lena annual address; Mrs. MarT Jones presents a plaque to Funeral Director J.C. with President Moore Mrs.Mildred Williams and Mrs. S.K. Whaley to parent un
will be featured.The theme Lofton; Corresponding Cunningham, with Miss Juanlta E. Demon, Mr Autos L. Anderson and Mr*. at the head table;Mrs.A.D.McPherson, Forest Hills superintendent, receiving holy"Without natural affection,
speaker will be Miss Jennett cretary, Mrs. Helen. M.LawrenceStatisticalsecretary. Anna Gayle, awards committee members, in the background; and with Mrs. citation from Mrs. Jones; and, at lower right, Mrs. Alice C. Mlchens, past trucebreakers false accusers, incontinent .
Armstrong of the Peace ; Maxwell Saxon and the late Mr. Saxon in the foreground; Mi-*. Louise Rogers presides of FAMU, presenting the Harriett Dorrah Award plaque to Mrs. fierce, despisers of
Missionary Baptist Church of Mrs. Emily Adams; Treasurer,. Johnson responds to the welcome*at the awards banquet; President Moore with E. Curtis for presentation to Mrs. Athalie Range 1969 honoree those that are good,
.Jacksonville. Reports will be Deacon Leroy Ellington; ------ "Traitor, heady hlghmmded,
beard. The :president annual Emeritus Treasurer, Deacon lovers of pleasure more than
address, with the vice presi- Porter Prince.Historian Religion And News ... B YOUR Honored BY St. John s Baptist lovers of God;
dent In charge will be heard "Having a form of godliness,
at 4:45.: Mr* Hassle but denying the power thereof..,"
The Salute to Our Offlcal will Solomon, Musician Dan Doesn't this sound very much
'the; given by Rev. A.B. Cole- Edward; Chairman of Worship, BERKELEY, Callf.-(NPI--Goest lecturer on' the Martin fS EALTH ice like the time In which we live
man, state president Rev. C. Miss Loquita Brewer; Cochairman Luther King Lectures at Theological Union last week was the 0 ,s And should it not cause us to
s of worship, Miss Rev. Major L. Jonespresident-directorGimmnnTheological consider whether "the dispensi-
J Watkins district moderator
"ud,, ?, by' kits, 'C.I.. Williams,, Brenda Badger; Dean of seminary, Atlanta. The-lectures explored The Theological H, E, lCl'I''p:, #d l..inefi 111M .nR''tail" W 3 tion of the grace of God" might
district, president .91 the( Religious! Education, Rev. R. Implication, of"' the. Current. -Concept of Black Awareness., The most prevalent diseases 4' not be drawing to a close?'At this
t Tjiu if't tootlr.d.- .. rail ,oxLa
women's department. Leander Jones; Chairman t in America today are J ; :'mofn).nt ,God Is Will sending forth
f'' The Talent Finance Leroy Ellington and MOBILE INFORMATION cay and gum disorders, but it q OC: His mbasadores; to proclaim salvation
always anticipated be possible to prevent
'Hour will be Friday night at Director of Music, Mr*. RoseB. CIIICAGO4PO--A) weekend mobile Information center baa these may ailment altogether.-Dental by grace, through faith in
7:30. Sponsors will be Mrs. Barrow. been touring busy shopping centers on the south side of the research has recently made Christ who died for our sins, but
city to tell Black families about financial service available w $ heed
crucial breakthrough with the Y more then ever should we
Mrs Rose
flJl. to them through the home Investments Fund(Hffof the Chicago laboratory animalmBBaats the exhortation of St. Paul: "Re.
) -- Conference on Religion and Race. Called the ",air Housing 'i calve not the grace of God In
"> Attentioi Misic Stiiiits Mobile Information Center," it ha* been making available research and animal.monkeys because are ideal they vain Behold, NOW I I. the
.. information about Interim and secondary ftDucinrat: reasonable harbor some of the same oral .ee accepted time; behold NOW i i. the
cost to Black families, seeking homes in non-ghetto area but bacteria that man doe Several day of salvation" (II Cor. -6:1,2)).
: ,STUDY WITH DOCTOR OLDEN unable to obtain home financing through traditional lending vaccine developed and tested '
; Institutions. on white rat and monkey* indicate
that man may be 1m- THE SPIRITOF
muniied for life against cavities
s Dr. Bolden has returned to APPROVAL (or caries) The vaccine PROMISE
his music studio and accepting, WASHINGTON-NPI-Some 30 chairmen and top executives of in effect cause the body to reject
.; students for the Fall term eight United Methodist program or administrative agencies streptococci bacteria whichare "Having also' believed, ye were
have approved t five-point program to secure a church-wide implicated in tooth decay. seated with that Holy Spirit of
i The overwhelming role of promise"/ (Eph. M3.R.V.: ).
response to. the "Black Manifesto" and its demands for
bacteria in producing carte
Of all wonderful Scripture
Enroll Today "reparations" from the church. The lead item in the program was shown "germ-free" animals on the eternal security
>,'C noted that the officials agreed "to urge our own and other They did not develop decay m of passage the believer In Christ this is
k r: \ Piaie-Yoiei-Ikmi-Hceirrni boards and agencies to so reorder their priorities that even when fed diets cariesin that perhaps the most blessed of all.
normally produce severe
substantial funds and resources may be made available for ordinary animals "Having heard the Word of
; .Triipet-SiiMfciii-Clirliit. economic and community development trnder the leadership! Hamsters an excellent subject truth you believed," says the
of Black people." for studying the effects of apostle, and "having believed
Eiitar-Driii-Triilin-Striiis direct dental flouride applications you were sealed."
c Cudi : VICE-MODERATOR and they have yielded +; Now a teal speak of finality

s ArriitiifVital. BOSTON, Mass-NPI--Thel-millimmember-UnitedChurcb due, which to the major or gum causa disease and permanence, whether It be
; A1sek \ of Christ has elected the Rev. Theodore Ledbetter;senior of tooth loss in humans Researcher the official I teal on an electric
minister Plymouth Uhkted Church of Christ found the disease can Rev and transformer or the seal On a jar
Washington, D.C. Mrs. A.J. Hughes, above, will be honored Sunday. of
:: as one of its two new vice-moderators. Dr. Ledbetter 1* a b* transmitted from infected July 20 when the preserve
rECtHrAhIAISCIENCE) : : COT r7;t E hamsters to healthy ninety-first anniversary of St.John's Baptist But the most blessed fact of allis
4" A B'JSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSE former dean of men and college minister at TUlotson collegenow Even if one the unfortuand the thirteenth anniversary of the pastorate of the minister I that the believer In Christ I II
5 CASHIER SALESCLERK COURSE ( Houston-Tillotson)). Austin, Texas, and a graduate of nate victim of :,. tooth dewill be observed at "Friends and Neighbors" Day The churcheaytooth "sealed' with that 'Holy Spirit ofproml.
j HOSPITAL AIDS COURSE ; Atlanta university., transplant and artiII located at Oakley and Br'ldlers This affair will climax the /..." Mark well he I II sealed
J HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM ficial teeth hold the promise' of celebration. of the church. AU are invited to attend. not by. but with the Spirit; the
restored dental health.
PSEUDO-RELIGION: CRACKED Spirit Himself" I II the seal.
GREENCASTLE, bd.-(NPB-Mlss Theresa Hoover New York
:\ Application> Deadline Aug. 19.. associate general secretary, Woman' division, United

11. .. Methodist Board Mission,last week applauded James Forman
and the National Black Economic Development conference for
r their "Black Manifesto," which she said, "set the church
1818 W. 20th Street and the nation on edge and pushed through the wall of pseudo
354-OC ,,35i-ft $ 6-6465 religion and opened its window wide,"She added that they "have
been able to do something Black within major Protestant
i. denominations have not been able to do."

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Ararat. "Steals- Attend. Jamboree Bishop John Bright Deplores


IJPKiifeftfe. 1 IjBHHHHHTJTThe Resistance Of White Churches

etalN9Ntt8eeruee' Kr' !7M ata4llfu 11NeF'u, t;von, :qtltMn9hAlttil"w Bishop John Douglas Bright Sr, of the African Methodist
MBSIONARY BAPTIST ra6nt 'Episcopal Church, Rev Malcolm Boyd, Episcopal priest,
Sunday ..School begins it 9:30. Deacon Jefferson will be la
,author and leader, and others across the country are lining
charge. Baptism will be administered at 11 a.m. Communion r svP. iNWiP' .< 'n'ra Tpt'i> 4oiE up with the much maligned Manifesto of James Forman, a
will be. observed at 3 All asked
p.m. choirs and ashen arc manifesto demanding enormous reparations from the multi-
to serve. Beginning on Sunday July 27, and running through faceted white religious organizations for injustices and deprivations
July 29 the church will be celebrating the ainety-ttfth anniversary forced upon the American Black Man. .
of the chorea and the fourth of the pastor. Various
churches of the city will participate. Rer. E.E. Taylor I 14 The Right Rev. Bright, presiding New Jersey, Delaware, Northwestern -
pastor. Itlss Deborah Shanks Is reporter.The church Is locatedat prelate of the First Pennsylvania and
37J8Wlnton' Drive. Episcopal District of the AME Bermuda.
Church, came out in favor of In Denver dissenting liberal
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST vthe demands and read a statement churchman Sunday issued
Youth .Day will be Sunday. Services begin with the Sunday favoring provisions of the "White Manifesto" They
School at 930. A guest superintendent will be In charge document at the First Episcopal pledged support of Forman's
The morning worship begins at U a.m. Ushers and Choir District Planning Conferencein demands for $500,000,000
No. S will serve during the day. tlrs. Fannie Jackson will Atlantic City in June. Among Forman's goals is a
be in charge of music District No. 3 will meet at the church Bishop Bright declared: "The plan to buy land in the South
I at 4:30. District No. 5 will meet at 4 p.m. in the home of Black Manifesto rightly for a new nation
Laura Bevlls on East 30th. District No. 7 will meet In the demands that the churches demonstrate Rev. Malcolm Boyd prominent
home of Mrs. Dorothy Courtney on East 26th at 4 p.m. The in fact their commit- priest and author, read the
evening worship begins at 8 p.m. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday ment to the establishment of manifesto in the Colorado city
night at 7:30. Bible study and a preview of the Sunday School economic Justice for Blacks I where he celebrated an Interfaith -
lesson will follow at I p.m. Rev. E... Norman Is pastor. ; whose years of slavery mass with a Lutheran
The church is located at 1614 East 30th. degradation, and continued, priest and a Catholic priest
exploitation have contributed Rev. Boyd accused American
,,11 I TABERNACLE BAPTBT INSTITUTIONAL Significantly to the wealth of the 'I Christianity being spiritually
'' Sunday School begins at 9.30: Lm. Mrs. H, olmoo. superintendent :churches and the society. The deadened, "essentially white"
't will be' la charge. Tie lesson.elll be reviewed by churches must lead the way in and of failing to respond to the
llrs. H.M. Lawrence, teacher. The morning service begins .making restitution to Black Black Manifesto in a positive
"i' at U a.m. Rev. W.E. Young pastor, will deliver the message. I ,people through the allocation of manner.
All adult choirs, the senior male chorus and Usher Board massive financial resources to Rev. Bnvd'i manifesto eug.
j No. 3 will serve. The youth choirs rehearse atS:30p.m. black development of these gusted that i Protestants and
, Wednesday. The teachers' meeting will be at 6:45. Prayer communities. Catholic start new and small
meeting will be at ':30 Wednesday. The men of the church The eminent prelate continued ecumenical communities under
will observe their third anniversary August. Caswell Norton "Wo deplore the resistance of local control, all over America.
Is general chairman. the white churches to the leg Money, be said, should be given

r:: three Scouts above, members of Troop 193 of Ml ArarC Henry Dunn and Maurice Williams, son of Mr.Albert Williams itimate for full,demands equal participation of black people in blamed to correct social Injustices
TRINITY BAPTIST Baptist Church, were among the many youngsters, Scouts, of New York City. Marulce lives with his uncle and aunt. ill the declsios on organized religious
''I. Sunday School begins at 9:30: p.m. The pastor will review the of this area attending the National Jamboree at Farragot Park, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman.excltlngtrlpwas sponsored cesses which affect-macing their pro- by Roman when he issued
lesson. The morning worship! begins at U a.m. A conferencewill Idaho. Each of these boys holds the rank of Life Scout and is .by the Parents Club of Troop No. 193. Mr. W.R. Davis is I lives! his manifesto in Detroit in June.
be held on July 19 at 5 p.m. AU members are asked to a patrol leader. From the left they are: Anthony Wlnns. son Scoutmaster.of Bishop Rev. Boyd pointed out the work
be present. Installation services for Rev. W.C. Murray will bet Bright read the: of the Holy Spirit.
Mrs. G.B. Wins, Henry Dunn Jr., son of Mr.. and Mrs.
Sunday, August 10. statement t to ministerial *,id Changes must take place of the,
lay delegates from the bottom of society In the
ij COLCSSIANS BAPTBT .district, composed of the states religious organizations, said
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with the superintendent and Day Sprifef Mrs. Annette Guest SpeakerAt Christ of Massachusetts and Rhode the minister. Religions
Espy Church
teachers In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the super Island. Delegates from more' authority must be cOlISider,::;/
intendent. The morning worship begins at U a.m with the Baptist Church Hears than 600 churches were present. reduced, he felt also.
' deacons In charge. The evening worship begins at .pm. St. Mathew Women's Annual Blast Other states In the district The White Manifesto backed
Rev. R.J. Crawford! pastor, will deliver the message. Choir are: Connecticut, New York, by Clergy and Laymen Concerned -
2 and Usher Board No. 1 will through Of Black Man
No. 1 and Choir No. serve AMeouecesWo1Mee's About Vietnam of New
f out the day. Choir No. 1 will rehearse Wednesday at 0 p.m, The Women of St Matthews Baptist Church,28th and Moncrlef BOSTON: ,' MASS., JULY 2- Peace BaptistTo York City, and 1 by the Lutheran;
Prayer service is held Tuesday at '::30.I Road, Rev. George-}. Price pastor,met recently and organized "Let's stop asking for hamburgers Action Committee.The .
Day for the .ua1"qmeD' Sunday, July 20. ," exalted a black Hear Noted Lutheran committee
St. Mrs. Annette II. Espy,principal Williams Mrs. Christine mInlster, "wehn there's steak emphasized that the Lutheran:
StephensAME Minister Wins Day Spring Baptist Church will of Forest Park Elementary Campbell and Mrs. Almetta In the refrigerator, and hogs Miami Ministers chirch has neglected vital
,I elebrate Women's Day on School, will lie the morning James. in the backyard We've been social Issues Rev. Boyd's
Chuck Meet July 21 Sunday, August 27, throughoutthe 'speaker Mrs. Roseland B. Guest usher boards win be slopping the hogs too long." Rev. Sims of Miami, Fla.,wlU presence at the Denver confab
day. Henry will be guest soloist. Seventh Day Adventist No. and After days of fuming, frettingand begin preaching services at was in conformance with that
The young people will be Inn Mrs. Teresa P, Donald will be Mt. Ararat Baptist Board No. fussing over the "out- Peace Missionary Baptist philosophy.:
Youth charge in the afternoon. chairman Mrs Burnell Sims 2. Mrs. ,BurneU Sims will nuke rageous" demands of "those Church Monday night, July 28,
Plans Day The Baptist Ministers Wives; A partial committee list will be co-chairman. Mrs. remarks. smarter" black churchmen in Jubilee Fellowship meeting Pew Rally ProgramFor
Alliance will meet Monday,July follows: Mrs. L.D.Mnngin, Virginia Suns and Mrs. F. The evening service will begin they be treated like men and Gospel singing will be heard
Youth Day will be observed." 21, in the home of,Mrs. E.W. general chairman; Mrs. Daniel Ernestine Holzendorf will also at 7 pm. with Mrs., Donald given equity decisionmakingpower ,during the week.
Sunday, July 20, at Stephen's Malone, 4327 De Taillc Drive, I Lauray, co-chairman; Mrs. be co-chairmen. presiding Participants listed, in the United Church of Artists appearing will be Mrs. Macedonia Bapt.A .
I AME Church, Fifth and Davis, at 5:30: p.m.President. Cyrus A. Weaver, pastor-for- 'Services will begin with the are: Deliverance Church Christ the denomination's ARutb Fedd, the Colossians Pew Rally Program will be
Rev. R.V. Webster pastor. C.L. Williams will the-day; Mrs. A.B. Hartzog Sunday School at 9.30. Mrs. Prayer Band, Mrs. Essie Kate Seventh General Synod meeting Baptist Choir, Union Progressive presented Sunday at 5 p.m. in "
Supervisors will be Mrs.Mary preside. courtesy; Mrs. S.A. Coachman, Willie D. Lucas will be guest Laldler, Mrs. Ethel Carnegie. here. Choirs, and jubilee the Macedonia Baptist Church,
I Blake, Miss Mellnda Wilson Rev and Mrs. W.C. Murray! publicity; Mrs. Lola Romans, superintendent and will repie- Miss Joana Crawford, Mrs.. Ungraded to a Commission the singers. Singing begins at 7:30. 24th and Franklin by the Benefit
Mrs. Altemese Mclntosh, ere hosts at the last,meeting. speakers' bureau' Mrs. M. sent Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Doris Chambers.. 6-year-old Committee for The preacher will speak at 1.30.: Wilton Blake and Mrs. Willie Lnocheon! .wu served. Sirman, chairman of advertising Mrs. Dorothy K, Owens of Mt. A musical'wW follow the presentation Racial Justice, headed by the Regular services will be held, Mrs. Rhonnie will be mistress
J. Stevens. Miss Charlene Mrs. H. Abney cochairman -.,Olive Mill win be the guest << of awards. The offering Rev Charles E. Cobb, New Sunday beginning with the of ceremonies. Mrs. Bernice
Taylor is president of the Youth ; Mrs.Alice Logan,decora- I reviewer. will be taken by Mrs. R.L. York, gave It a mlmlmum Sunday School at 9:30. Mrs. D. Bryant will be guest soloist.
I Church. liity Assnfclj Of Tai| lions; Miss C.Jones,tags; .Mrs. Guests in the Children's Department Jones, Mrs. Hohnnle Preston guaranteed budget of $500,000for B. Barnes, superintendent, will Mrs. Doretha Smith will be the
I Rev R. V. Webster, pastor, RP. Askew and Mrs. W.M. will be: Superintendent and Mrs. Essie Waters. Co- 1970 and $600,000 for be In charge assisted by hen speaker. Others participating
asks all parents to send their 1778' Spires: Avenue f Willis, music.A Mrs. Etta R. Smith, chairman Mrs. Virginia Sams following year. Additional funds staff and officers. The morning will be Mrs. Edith Gay, Mrs..
children out to the Junior 333-9942 Dinner of the Nations will Mt. Sinai Baptist; Teachers; will. make remarks. The Mt. from special yearly offerings worship begins at U am. A Bessie Me-chant, Mrs. M.L.
Church business meeting on 11 Devotional service. will be sponsored on Monday Beginners, Mrs. Gladys 'Bethel Usher Board No. 1 will could give this social action visiting minister will speak. Flanders, Deacon George
: Saturday at 3:30, In order that 'Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Bible night, August 4. Williams, Sbiloh Apostolic serve. unit a yearly operating budget Communion will bead-. Gogglns, Lena Delores Melton,
they may be prepared for their Classes: Wed and San at C Services will be u usual Holiness Church Primary of Jl-mllllon. The Com mis- ministered at 315.: Rev.Barnes Gail Kammons,with Mrs.Hattie
duties on Sunday. Rev. Webster pro, .? ,. Sunday. Groups meetlngfollow- Girls, Mrs. Roxle Carter, Day Rev. Reddick Lists sion's budget will become partof will speak Sunday morning in Bess at the organ. Mrs M.L.
will meet with them. The pablic is invited. Sally lag the morning service are: Spring Baptist; Primary Boys, the regular United Churchof Palatka, as President of the Polite is president. Mrs. E.D.
Services begin at 9:30 with C. Wannamaker, Minister.Mworiuw Districts 2, J. Webb; 1. J.S. Mrs Uverne Washington, St. Christ 1972 budget. Earlier, Sunday School and BTU Con Melton Is program chairman.
the Sunday School. Dr. A.C. Smith; 8, A. Bell; 16,H.Martin, Stephen's AME. Sermon For Sunday the group defeated a move to gress. He will speak at Mt.
Madry and staff of officers will 10), W. Spauldlng and 4, C. Junior Department: Super give the Commission a guaran- Tabor Baptist Church Accom-
be la charge. The consecration Edwards.The intendent Mrs Madeline Rev A.Joseph Reddick,pastor, teed budget of $1,100,000. panying the minister will be, Ushers Plan Meeting
service begins at 10:45. Choir Red Circle Girls will be Perry, Shlloh Metropolitan of Grant Memorial AME ,Approved that the United Choir No. 1 and Usher Board The Friendly West Side Ushers
memtfers and ushers of the meet at 4 p.m. Mrs.H.SlrmOlllII Baptist; Junior Girls, Mrs. Church will preach SI Id11. Church of Christ Ministers for No. 1. Rev. Barnes will return Union will hold its revival hour
Junior Church are asked to meet supervisor. Districts 29 and SallIe M. Kinney, Church of God morning at 10:45 from the(hems Racial and Racial Justice, a in time for communion at Peace Sunday at 2.45pm.: in the I
and be consecrated before ser U will celebrate their anniversary In Christ; Junior Boys Mrs. "What's Around the c predominantly black group, recommend Missionary Baptist. The church Beliilehem: Baptist Church,Rev.
vices. Prof. Wilton Blake will R at 3.30: p.m. in the dinlni Geneva Cotton, West Friendship "What's Around the Corner."' black persons to is located at Van Buren and E.L. Williams pastor. Phillip
direct the youth choir. The area of the church. Baptist; Intermediate At 645: pm. Rev. Reddick, participate in decisionmakingprocess Jessie, Jacksonville East Side Alback is president.
Junior ushers, under the supervision Usher Board No. 2 meets on Girls, Mrs. Guide Grant, will consider the theme "The for daMrmlnlng the .
of Mrs.Willie J.Stevens, Wednesday at the church. On Shlloh Metropolitan; Inter. Strength of the City. use of the caltal and invest-
will serve through each major Thursday the Junior Usher mediate Boys, Mrs Annie Choir No. 3 and Usher Board ment funds in the church's e P 4'
service. Board meets at 5 p.m. Sunday Fisher West Friendship No. 3 will serve throughout\ the boards and Instrumentalities.-
The ACE League meets at School begins at 930.: The Baptist. dv. Called for restructuring the BUY HOME LOW MONTHLY
30.. Mrs. Carrie Adams is morning worship begins at 11a.m. And: Adult Department: Young The Sunday Church School, American Missionary Association a AYMENTSI
supervisor. James Genwrlght the Junior Deacons,Ushers People, Mrs. Carolyn Burney, directed by A.V. Rose, will which relates the church
7r.,' president, asks parents to and Trustees will serve. Rev Mt. Calvary Baptist; J.C. .begin at 9:30,a.m to sic black: colleges in the MAKE THE MOVE
send their children to the Weaver will speak. Evening Williams Class, Mrs. Iris L. South, to provide for "pre TO FINER LIVING
League at 6.45.: Evening consecration ....,." ai services begin at 7 p.m. Knox, Church of God. dominant black representation Sol.D
begins at 7 p.m. :;.. i Funeral services will be held Mrs. Teresa Donald will be True Bind thu'rch..Of and supervision," and making ALL BRICK!
A musical will also be ciVil Saturday for Mr. Odom, late pastor-for-the-day. Morning provisions for black executive
in me evening. '. husband of Mrs. Susan Odom, service participants scheduled God HoldsWomen's director. D 9P : 3 BEDROOM
On Tuesday night at 7 p.m.thi' 'fMS. at 4 p.m. are: the Mercy Praying Band, NOW D"
Ways and Means Committal I J. Philadelphia Baptist Choir, Day SundayWomen's Cards Of ThanksThe stout . .

meetwith Mrs. L.G. ; MARY E3!: VM MeuriM Mrs. Teresa Donald, Mrs. family! of the late Hattie 44'' o{{ D } SALES OFFICE at I
chairman.. On Theresa Aaron, Mt. Ararat DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP.PHONE:3546746.
I Genwrlght; the In loving Memo]of our door Female Chorus Miss MarthaN. Day will be observed Sampson wishes to than'te/ery-! '
at 7:30
'Tuesday night is held.p.m. The Mother, Mrs Mary Ervlnwho j w Williams, Lire Roseland Sunday, July 20, at the True, ,one for kindness shown! them
class meeting will rehearse at departed this life on July 20, ,D. Henry. Bind Church of God,Rev.Phillip- during their bereavement
'United Choirs
I Mrs. Daisy Wallace 1960. Mrs Espy will be presented Simmons pastor. Signed: Gertrude Ballard, GRAND PARK
7:30 also. Always a smile, never a frown Mrs. Beatrice ., Mrs Katie Attrition will be Sister, and Family.
I I the Is president.male chorus On Thursday rehearses.night On Always a hand when someone The' offering will be taken by !the speaker. Mrs Vera Scott

Saturday at 3.30 the Youth was down; Mrs Maggie Smith, Mrs.Pinky will be guest soloist. is

Church meets. The young adult at 7 you Happiness knew gave toeverjrone ,Lee Johnson, Mrs. Louise p.m.The Mi services's. Ola B.begin White Is at chair 3JO-: .Itl.............*.......tyfiBJt1.M.

choir rehearses Saturday No better things could anyone man. '
*m do. Sf. The church is located at 2609 rOO DON'T HAVE TO 60 TO TOWN TO JET-
NESS 'EI LINE I Signed Daughter Mrs Mat sere Johns Baptist West 25th at Dawson Street. '

should in the north* McClain; Son, Laanie String- LOW
Aft news Tueadayatl Unu. Held and Grandchlldrent PRICE I
Stir Office by ------ List Neighbor's Day

Y Lambert Evangelistic DRUG STORE NEEDS jj
I Friends and Neighbor's Day
tEii1 I -. Sunday July 21, at 11 am. .
MISS DELORES JOHNSON win climax the ninety-first Hour Goes To
13* N smiling face anniversary of St.John's Baptist Trado with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL MEET
Church : PAPERS we deliver.
Crown and the thirteenth of
Seafood Center Tripli A tender voice stilled
J.We also fill all Doctors'
.Gen. Boat Whiting A. vacant-place Is In the house Its !minister Be,. Arthur J. WaycrossThe ;.
."'MNwd 49' That never can be filled Hughes. i
Drum Sheep Ivw"Nose ..................................u. In said but loving memory of Bishop Julia Brown will read i i U
u1SaltWateBrim a precious daughter, Miss the scriptures, give the pastor Lambert Evangelist Hour l Dixie Pharmacy
39'' Delores Johnson, departed this a prayer and lead the chant. will present! the Swanee Quintet [

Large Mullet,................................. IB. life 1 year ago, July, 20, 1968. Mrs.Mrs Janle Mae Gilbert Flagler will will present ilng. of of Augusta Jacksonville, The,BivensSpecials the Five Blind I

-"-SPOTS _.............................................. LB. 55' We love yon but God loved an IutnIDeDtallOlo. Boys of Alabama and Clarence 1302 KINGS ROAR AT MYRTLE mS
CATFISH ............................................... LL 7'* yon best Signed: Mother and ".A. Ford will speak.'Presentations Fountain, Thursday, July 24, 'MR. LEROY WILLIAMS

TAIL SNAPPU .._................... lb. ", Family. will be made to Rev. at the Airport Playhouse near In Loving Memory of my Pkiif 353 $5517
YELLOW ..... ... Ib. 59tblf* _. and Mrs. A.. J.Hughes.feature Sea Folk: Camp on St. Simon's Husband Mr. Leroy Williams .
BUCK SEA BASS ............... of the bland Ca. U !
UVE GEN.CRABS .........,................................/ AttendCHURCH ( shaking historic 1 of hands affair Mrs.Rena will tohe July 25., The, at program l:30p.m.Friday will be, who Darling passed, youwill away never July know 19, 1963.bow PAY YOU IIHT, ffATEl All _m

SfEC.tROUT ......-................. .... lb.75. Gtffney u general chairman. repeated at the Mt. Zion AME much 1 miss you. Signed: Mrs.,. TELEPHONE IIUS AT JTIIE fI.
FlttH FILLETS..........................N....... 9thr Siadav Mrs. Margaret Prldgea program Church on State at 1:38111 Ruby Williams, Wife, and : Oil
chairman Wayeross on July 25. Family
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I Sere's the "how11 to meal planning! and creative\ cookery I

Crisp And Cool The Perfect Snack," CONSUMER TALK about Women'sTalk rw SAUCY- BARBECUE Safety Tips For Outdoor Barbecuing.__ I,:


I V J, C. Penney's I MaVs favorite outdoor ,
summer sport is barbecuing
Nf Home EconomistsWhile QQ r. I
and, like any other type of to f eI
< cooking technique plays a I''
f': r most home furnishing If Mittii; Slid Cilii major role.According. I't I'r t

.1 choices: : hive to be madeon
to the Structo
Both you and your family will1 r,
a long-term basil, table Barbecue Institute and the
appreciate the trip are
linens with their lower price: you Council,
looking forward to If tap: Safety
lags, can almost be changedat : you
safety precautions: can:
whim, Myriad colon: a few moment to do a little 'spell the difference: between
styles, sizei and types are organizing and planning. an enjoyable meal and
available. And choosing them Maps, brochures and guide, potential disaster As with
can: be fun.Today books art Invaluable aids and' any flame or fire, these
there are no firm are yours for the asking from experts say, respect: for the
rules for setting an attractive travel agencies, airlines, the' grill should always be present,
table. Fine white damask or American Automobile association even when preparing some
lace: of course, remain the and travel bureaus of the A WELL-SAUCED barbecue thing easy to fix like hot

most formal cloths But major oil companies Is the only kind to hive, ac dogs t _. .
sparkling colon and gay pat The fortunate cording to Maud Frickert
family enough to Don't grill in an area where
terns keyed to china: the
comedian Jonathan Winters .
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centerpiece: : the room or have the time to spare, can Maude's Interpretation of children: are playing A careless -
discover excellent values in child inadvertently
even the hostess's costume "well'sauced" may differ from may
are preferred by many for packaged vacation bus tours yours, but her barbecue sauce .run into the grill, tip it over,
today's lets formal, more but the alternatives for most, recipe imparts a testy tang to and be severely burned.If .
creative life style. A combination : art between air travel and grilled meats and fowl that any part of grilling were
of one color cloth or motoring cannot be mistaken to be branded as particularly
place mat with coordinated) The Air Transport association dangerous, it's lighting the
or mixed napkin colors also says the cost of air travel MAUDE FRICKERT'S fire. Many tragedies and near
adds character: to a table. FAVORITE BARBECUE
now averages slightly more than .tragedies are caused every
tfew fabrics: and finishes five centsamileforeacbperson SAUCE i year by carelessness in lighting
mike caring for table linens and charcoal: according: to the
J family or bargain 1 ((8 01))can Hunt's Tomato
much simpler matter for the, fares can reduce the cost. Sauce National Safety Council.
busy wife, too. Plastics -
Something crisp| and something cord! What a refreshing combination : for young instance, have a new For travelling by car, the 1/3 cup A.1. Sauce Gasoline, because of its
for a hot summers afternoon or evening snai'k. Theseire AAA says the average COItIon 1/3 cup Wesson Oil should be
fashion status and can be as explosive
coati.nem.c;"nT bars. will golden please and the crunchy whole with familv preswertenpd If you like corn, make puffs right for a party setting for family of four will work out 1/3 cup sugar firmly packed brown avoided along with any -- ---........,.-,,ac .--.. -

some up I a few hour ahead ,Keep them in the freezer. family eating Vinyl plastic to be about $60 a day. 2 tbsp.vinegar flammable material not protect: the fire from strong outdoor recipe: according to
Manv of today's breakfast cereals, ured hv the thoughtful table cloths and place: mats This includes $25 a day for expressly designed for drafts. The best control 'the Barbecue: Institute, a
homemaker in preparing snarks add an .extra measure of protein come in all colors and in an meals and snacks; $19 to $24 Combine all Ingredients; barbecuing Electric charcoal: from a covered or slow, even heat may be
vitamins and minerals to between meal eating, They should be .handled
re assortment of patterns. They mix well. Refrigerate until
for lodging $8 for and kettle that heat achieved with
; gas grill traps the by cooking a
and fun-to eat food. their elements if
quick with care ,
need be clean Makes ;
merely wiped : needed. 2 cups: Good
oil and $5 to cover miscellanous much like an oven. A covered minimum of charcoal: Cook
Crispy Ice Cream Bars with a damp cloth to ready basic barbecue sauce for any stored in dampness, may eleminates
costs. ,short out when used. grill sparks and ing with a layer one briquette
1 pint brick chocolate or Colored or chocolate randy them again for use. It you intend to rent a vaca Ihln'I'Dled. flame-ups and also provideseven deep should be enough
strawberry ire cream sprinkles or colored More elegant fabric cloths I.
1 Vj to 2 cups presweetened optional sugar and mats are frequently Ran house, there again, "plan For handy Maude Frlckert Follow the directions on heat at a constant For greater heat control
I corn puffs 4 crafsticks treated for easy care, Look nlng1 Is of utmost Importance.First barbecue apron, tend $2 plus the lighter fluid container temperature while to retain natural and fewer hazardous sparks
Cut a pint brick of ice cream in half lengthwise and crosswise for labels such as Penn.Prest, perhaps it is wise to AI neck label with name, .which: always say to let the juices barbecuing: experts prefer a covered grill
sddreis and tip code to: liquid soak into the charcoal: After have finished of windbreak on the grill to
Push a paddle (craftstick small tongue depressor) '/ way which: means no ironing is decide whether you will adopt you .
into center at one end of each ice cream chunk to make a bar. necessary: when tumble-dried, the role of overseer for some MAUDE FRICKERT APRON, before* lighting to reduce the grilling, extinguish the live Controlled heat is the
P.O. Box 768, Reidaville, N.C. .hazard of a flash flame. Do charcoals by dousing them desire of chef. And for
Coat each aide of ice cream bar with cereal pressing cereal onto or Soil-Release, which: means one's property or whether yon every :
base of bar around paddle and over sides until covered with most stains disappear with want to it." 27320 not under any circumstances with I panfull.of water best results for every type of .
lazily "rough
cereal. Sprinkle with randy or chocolate sprinkles if desired wash. add lighter fluid once the.grill
Place on metal tray Infree/er to harden Regrettably most persons con- 'Is going
fins their Inquiries to real
estate agents and owners OD One Whale Of A Cavity For handling food on the COO
/ J EDG WOOD the subject of costs, the grill, it's a good idea to have ,' V ng : :i'E.'
proximity of the vacation site b lng-handled tools preferably ,=-
AVEB. sron..; tongs that are sturdy with hznts STAFF
to some point of interest and .
JACKSONVILLE'BEACH fireproof gnps, spokesmen ASSISTANT
'. amo'int of sleeping space for
STORE for the Structo Barbecue
the family. Institute maintain pair of fh1a1 PtaiP
In going over the lease, it BY t CARNATION HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR
R M A R K E t S J ).M. TO sometimes is found that what heavy safe when gloves it's will necessary keep hands to
s P.E landlords refer to bed "
.. .. some rooms is not necessarily as rue < <.handlejome hot item. When the gang:gathers nt your house after the game,
A heavy apron to protect: serve them Ciunchy Apple Fritters Evaporated milk
dictionary definition. You may .t1, << clothing from grease and keeps them tender and moist. Serve the fritters
note that the "double"
bedrqom < '}f ".' sparks is a must for the chef. warm, with bowls of crisp apples and a hot bev
< "
Is a room with "twin sleeping <
CENTER CUT accomodatlons,". but find out '> .:);) loose-fitting Roll up your sleeves clothes and sway keep erage.. The gang: will think it is great

in advance exactly the number t from the fire. CRUNCHY APPLE FRITTERS

of beds and the actual number f'. 1 tf i:., When cooking steaks that (Makes 23 to 30 fritters)

PORKCHOPS of bedrooms, .0/1/ <. drip fat into the fire, a % cup undiluted Carnation /J teaspoon salt

In checking kitchen facilities, ,.?.. sprinkling bottle filled with Evaporated Milk lh teaspoon cinnamon:
be certain the major app'lances Dentists say that over half water is helpful in curblna'"fiamee 1 beaten
properly. On the the toothbrushes in service are that can. run a .fine. .. egg Vi teaspoon nutmeg
are working
2 tablespoons apple juice: 1 finely.choppedPared :
worn out and need replacement piece of meat. cup
j.FLA,GRADE A .. \ 11'. stover-burners: and ovens' re One of the latest beneficiaries II \22 cups biscuit mix apples
.. m '
!f U B. GOY GRADED GOOD 'fitrato.Irenerre. of this advice Ir France ter' :a Most outdoor chefs fail to, 2 tablespoons sugar
.89 frigerator motors can be tricky; white whale, who opens realize the danger of charcoal
HENSLB.UU RIB STEAK :'air conditioners or air condl- scrubbingThe mouth daily for a regular' fires which give off carbon Combine Carnation Evaporated Milk, egg and apple juice.

:atoning and of course, water. is replaced by her king-size keeper brush every monoxide. Charcoal should Gradually stir In biscuit mix, sugar, salt. cinnamon and
LB.1'" Get clarification of the part,, four months-about the same only be used outdoors or in 'nutmeg. Blend well. Stir in apples. Drop by rounded tea
of the rental lease which reads toothbrush service life that the well-ventilated Indoor locations spoonfuls into 1 Inch deep hot fat (370 FI. Pry 3 minutes
: "the tenant must leave the houseas for dental profession recommends such: as a fireplace withIn ;or until evenly browned. Drain on paper towels Sprinkle

: FLA. GRADE AFRYERS he found it,"..or words to;-. people. J open draft with confectioners' suear._. Serve_. warm.._ ,
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that effect. Depending on the; :

landlord, those seemingly: I :
\(.innocent words could mean a
FLORIDA GRADE A SMALL multitude of things or it could: SHOP "SUPEWUGHT":

EGGS 29 merely mean Just leaving the FULLY COOKED
lDOZ' house cleanl! ;

If you have small fry you
could easily be blamed for aside
window that had been HAM

DUE' LYMEAL 39'SHORTENING broken for IS years or drawingson
the walls left by former
GRITS.JS49e; ,
or LB.I tenants. 'i'' +
Although the lease guarantees a '
.that you have the responsibility : SHANK 1>;
4sft for leaving the house clean when PORTION 49

.; __-_ F j DIXIE CRYSTAL you depart, you are not expected ; LB,
,to do a professional Job similar .

I JEWEL 4LB. CAN 49$ v ;' 'occupant.,to preparation. .for the next i: _WHOLE OR UtolaIbprtC fB Center Ham Slices or QQC

Vacationing families who rent z.UU '1
HALF *vg, center Chunk Ham Roast UU

t, pt' ''r'te: + LIMIT 1 WITH $7.00 ORSUGAR have owner normal of a vacation obligations the A I I The store that Grade'A Quick Frozen (Wl Ribs) [QUICK FROZEN NEW

,I EATWELL I, 1 MORE FOOD ORDER' soiled rug should be cleaned. I ZEALAND" SHOULDER
A broken pane Inawlndow should about Tier

TUNA 5 CAm FOH $1.00 f'Aj It." !: .be replaced '. cares you '5LB. BOX $2e29 Lamb Roast C9
A Ireisfs ,
Sugar '} 'J. 29' > meeting of the minds at
.t' the outset
by both owner and i
i, .( t.. SIB: tenant, can eliminate any misunderstandings EXTRA SPECIAL 10? Off Label : : : :: ;

..,..J:t;;;. Jt I./i Is closed alter the deal. TIDE i 3 Ib. I-oghat, pkg. 591m111* ?

It mandatory to keep In mind OR BOLD .

that small fry easily become Lima 1 of your choice y/5.00 or more food order !i. \ R EICH10 CLOCKCOFFEE: i
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restless while traveling especially

) motoring, and are not EXTRA SPECIAL! Kraft (limit 1 v/|..00 or nor food order) >W." "
spectacular necessarily moved by'' f! !SIGH.I !** 1 "i

BLUE PLATE scenic views,.as :
\ BEST they are by games and 10YI. O'CLOCK. [ ..,
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cheese cake open fruit pie, VEG. SOUP lol/Z'o.. $1 00
.J big and little Fresh strawberries can: Fresh Red
provide the fruit flavor or White SeedlessGrapes
In this delightful recipe. SPECIAL KRAFT PHILADELPHIA

1 pint Strawberry strawberries Glaze CR. CHEESE 8 :- 29c 3l4!. I.oq

NEW' .1 tablespoon ctrn starch :
Dub sail

,. 1 fiDEl ((4 V\ cup cup water HiM corn syrup 5L. 99G
INST. Peaches
1 teaspoon red food lemon coloring Jules I COFFEE a jar 79c .

Crush enough strawberriesto KRXFT
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FOOD ORDER der whole Mix corn starch and MARGARINE .1..49C.. .... .31J IBSW
salt In small saucepan. Orad
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59' syrup Add crushed berries. ECTARINES's1.00
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Strain Stir In lemon juice and .VAR. BREAD 2tQ4VU49C Advertised Item J>lease "' \
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Spanish ,;under,, pint all site coinforti of
Traveling is the sport of the utes, LekiroSeibyTonlisaheai home r thai' llie turret ollMlllf nith,
Crime fffAUre aren't file and the world Is their
young setting
n/y ones inttntted In flng spray packaged attrae'lively t classic design lhcintJohnsonCarper'
-grim fighters worry target. Busy young gals travelto in an aerosol can which I m translate Mediterranean/ tratlittont into
bout them loo. Flnftrprint Islands(the Hawaiian Islands, can be tucked into your suitcase I modern Irl11',11 new furniture group!
ktvei aniadrt*-and pirnsen the Bahamas and even the now- along with the knowledgethat logs that reinterpret the bras vf the,pint.
doorknobs, doorframe and famous Greek Islands), Europeand you won't have any worries Comfort It the hey In */ JU/t wrtiormis;|
telephones.places with a Sponge pin oil smudgy cleaner the Orient about your pretty hair, and high-buck Gothic /
solution. Not only will the It's not too early to plan your Use Lektro Set on dry hair.
"evidence" vanish, but moat ol holiday. It'. fun to study maps, !
Simply it on, section !
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the germs will disappear M read volumes the I r7i
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*:.Unsightly smudge the portable hair dryer you'lltake r=
caused by fingers, pencils, and your reservations with your with you for just ten minutes
ramrs, or whatever you us* own friendly travel agent. and comb. out .a fresh, j
to dial can be whisked away Good grooming and beauty .., '
bouncy settLektro !
easily by dipping. a cotton swab tricks are more important than I
in pine cleaner solution and ever. The.Duke or .man Set makes heated rollers f
applying it to the surface Under -
the dial on-the-go you might meet should unnecessary. setting
// the houffhthti seem dim see you at your very best. Plan agent works quickly and surely.
it may be that dust, grime anj your wardrobe wisely and carefully The heat from your hair dryer
dead insects,. f'Cloudlncehandellen but 'turns on" Lektro Set making
pack as lightly as pos'sible.
and light fixture
your between shampoo set a
Makeup should with
Us go
a sturdy stepladder to remove
fixtures, soak them In a .you as it's not always easy to beautiful reality.The can,which
bathtub using warm water and 'buy it where you're going. And sells for $1.50 at, all retail out
an all-purpoa* cleaner. Spongeoff your hair! Your crowing glory lets,contains enough for 8 to 12

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a day of swimming, sunning or Vacation-bound? Lektro Set re\l\ul. tin\ ht finl\lml, oak
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full Quart container capacity which nukes easy the removalof SVVEEPSTAKES' _
dirty scrub water from floors. It also makes unnecessary L19' 12.000 IN CASH
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I 60th NAACP Confab Concludes On Resolution I To Fight_ Non On Backsliding 1 I

2,166 Delegates Vote Complete lenity And Artistry Wilier Mrs. Corelto Ring Honored |

Support For Wilkins' ReactionJACKSON ly NEA For Outsanding Work I IPKILADELPIDA.Ilr. It t

wry Martin Luther King it flaw here i
Mlss.HThe sixtieth! annual convention of the National !
today from Atlanta to receive special recognition from the
Association for the Advancement of Colored Peoplewas Center for Human Relations of the National Education Associa- '
a history-making convention Roy Wilkins executive lion for her continuing dedication to the unfinished wort of her '
director told young delegates at the Youth Freedom Awards late husband t
dinner "By meeting here in Jackson we are making history. ..s"zI I
c NEA President George D. "creative leadership in the edaj t j
Hit sis-montas period of Youth councils New Orleans, ,, Fischer presented Mrs. King cation profession" .was receivedbyMre.LeDaonaHarris
grace suggested by the NAACPon Nary and Mainland,Texas were with a $10,000 check for the Dr. |
President Nixon's policieswas cited for outstanding achieve Martin Luther KingJr., chairman of the NationalWomen's
revamped. The convention ments. The Oklahoma council Foundation. The money was Advisory Council on
adopted a "Wait-and-see" was awarded a second time the collected from the sale of a Poverty U.S. Office of
attitude. Tension was high about annual Isabel Strh: land award photo documentary book, pub- Economic Opportunity, and
alleged "backdowns" by the for its outstanding membershipdrive. lished by the NEA's Center for State Sen. Joseph Bernal of .
Mlxonltes. The convention went Human Relations highlighting Texas Hr*. Harris,.is a full- '
4o record u being far more A special tribute was paid to the career of Dr. King blooded Comanche todiinT'iSd"; ,
critical about recent Republican the executive director, Roy Mrs King said she was interrupting Senator Bernal 4s a Mexican,
moves u to Blacks. Officials Wilkins by the Turks. Henry a busy schedule to American. teacher turned
and delegates wcretlghtllpped.; Smith, president otthe Pennsylvania come here for the Human Rights polltlcan. Mrs. Harris Is the
The presence of top Blacks State Conference of Awards Dinner, because she recognized wife of Sen. Fred Harris, D-
from the White House did not Branches, stepped to the podiumand the Importance of the Okla., chairman of the Democratic
help muh. made a presentation to Mr. work being done by the Center National Committee who
Bishop Stephen G. Spottswood Wilkins as a gesture of reaffirmation in organizing human relations attended the affair.
chairman of the Board of of dedication to the commissions throughout the Two Coahoma county Miss,
Directors assailed the admin goals of the organization. He the nation. teachers received the Abraham
istration. The eminent prelate presented the leader with a At the same time, awards for Lincoln Award on behalf of the
bit at "hocus-pocus" on voting check for $100 to be followed r leadership courage and 71 educators who continued to
rights. He slapped at "cute by other checks until a life creativity were announced at teach when they were terminated
language" which says one thing membership has been paid for. the dinner, an event held u from their Jobs last
and means another. An Mr. Wilkins was alsopresented part of NEA's; annual convention February after federal aid to
emergency resolution was put. a plaque. June JO-July $. their schools was cut off. The
through urging President Nixon A tribute to the late Medgar 'I > y a '' r TS The H. Council Trenholm award is"for courageous action
to exercise the "full authorityof Evers was highlight also. Mrs. Memorial Awards, named in In pursuits of educational
his office% to ensure swift Evers and her children were k honor of the founder of the opportunity." Federal aid to
and firm :compliance with the present. A monument was unveiled 01 r American Teachers Association Coahoma County schools was
law of the land The 2200-pound L4l: LA T a predominantly Negro cut off because the county
Herbert Hill, director of labor memorial is made Ol.Georgia, association that merged with refused comply with desegregation -
,programs, charged the government marble and will eventually be NEA in 1966, was presented. guidelines. Since that
with inaction. moved to- a site in Jackson. to two recipients "for leader-1 I time, the NEA and its affiliate,
The explosion of the convention Mrs. Evers spoke emotionally .ship in the advancement of the Mississippi Teachers Association

came shortly after HUD's and in reminiscence of the late Mew York City went all out on July 11 and crowned Miss Linda 'Bryant's left Is Miss Desiree Lawson, first place rnnnerup.On Inter.crOUP understandingwithin have supported legal
Romney has assured the confab Mr. Evers at the Freedom Fund Bryan, 19, U the twelfth Miss Empire State, a title coveted the right Is Miss Lisa Saunders, third place winner. Miss the education pro- action on behalf of the teachersand !
that the President was dinner, climax l of the conven: by 200 Negro girls at the outset. Here Miss 81'111111 being Bryan will be feted on a VIP tour of Nigeria, as guest of the fession." Receiving the awards have contributed more than
committed to civil rights., tion. crowned by Broadway star Emily Yanc,. Brilliance In the Nigerian Government and of Nigeria Airways. Miss Yancy was were Margaret Stevenson, $40,000 in subsistence grants
Shockingly word came from Miss Grenda Upton of gathering was In order. Miss Bryant captured her Judges by Miss Emllre State In 1961 and stars In Hello Dolly executive secretary of the from the DuShane EmergencyFund .
Washington that Attorney Oklahoma City was crowned unusual ability and by a modern dance performance On) Miss NEA's Association of 'Classroom and voluntary gifts.
General Mitchell and HEW's Miss NAACP. Miss Tipton was Teachers, and Elizabeth The other Abraham Lincoln :
Finch bad announced the aband- awarded an all-expense paid Koontz, former NEA president Award was presented to '
tnent of former school guidelines trip to Mexico with her advisor Your Good Health World News Digest and now director of the Women's teachers who organised the''
contending that the deadline and a $600 scholarship for her Bureau*. U.S. Department of Student Project In Denver. >
was too "rigid" and "un' success in raising her YouthCOUDCU'I SUPPED DSC: The victim is likely to feel Labor. Littleton Cob. Mrs., Helen!
realistic' membership What is commonly but the most acute pain when begets ISSUES The NEA Human Sebrlng and Mrs. Beth Hall, .
'Wilkinsons a strong supportedby From 43 states came 2,168 erroneously called a slipped our of bed in the morning.He a speech delivered recently President Awards Rights told teachers with the support
Mayor Charles Evers and delegates. The weather was hot disc is really a ruptured or Is more comfortable sitting Kenneth D. Kaunda announced the banning the Arlcan National presented for of county human relations
Aaron Henry, president of the The Nixon administration added herniated- disc.the cartllege erect on a hard chair than Congress hi the MumbwadlstrlctulII"un1awfulorpnlzatlon." specialists Gilbert Crater and
Mississippi KAACP. Apart of M l rat rat to n. Tempers were cushion that separates adjacent slouching In u overstuffed The banning, and arrest of leaders of the movement was VetermsAwlMiiistritiol Dave Wagoner have for the
the July statement to delegates short but controlled. Jackson, vertebrae. When this cartllege chair and be usually prefers ordered because: "the organizers of ANC have seen it fit put year successfully conducted .
reads: "Mr. Nixon must not be Miss, one ofthe nation's protrudes beyond its normal a hard bed. to organise ,violence and wltDe.sel. and surrounded one ; an exchange program of
allowed to lead soldiers away corners of southern ways was bounds, it causes no trouble Coughing 1 sneezing, sudden polling station and ordering out would-be voters" He cited activities between an all-black
from the fight for freedom. His quite hospitable. Delegates unless It presses on one of the movements of the spine and six incidents which have occurred between March ZI, 1968 classroom and an all-white
retreat must be u solitary and were welcomed to facilities and spinal nerves. heavy lifting will aggravate the and June 15, 1969. Q:: May a veteran receive Social classroom. This series of
lonely as we can make it. came away pleased. This happens most frequently pain. If your symptoms fit this Security retirement credit for activities led to many events
Toath Board member Mike in the lower back, and it lethe description, tie diagnosis EXTERMINATION; LANDJOHANNESBURGONPQSouth military service djring World whlc h Involved parents and
Mitchell son of the Splngarn cause ot nearly 90 per cent should be confirmed with an Africa's strict policy of Warn? community leaders
Winner Clarence Mitchell,presided of the cases labelled sciatica. X-ray. separation of the races and blatant discrimination against all A: Generally yes..A veteran The Carter C.Woodson Award,
Most think that the
over the awards portionof people Rupture of the disc Is much people who are not white..and even against its liberal-minded
higher the colder it gets. For the acute case 5 to 10 may receive $160 wage credit usually given annually to an NEA
the convention Colleges recognized but this you iin't go so It'i actually more common in middle! aged days of bed rest and heat froman whites.-has given it the world's title as ."violence land." for each month of military affiliate for' its leadership In 'e
for their NAACP warmer 30 mile abov the earth housewives, ahd sedentary1 electric pad often results A report In a University of South Africa publication notes' service during World War U promoting Negro History Week
achievemeent were : Ferris than it la 15 milea up. At the office workers than in laborersand In a complete cure. In some that the country had 47 per cent of the'recorded executions'In duty if he was released from was given this year to the Nashville ,
State, Big Rapids, Mich; North height, of 300 mile, the t'mper"alure others who are at pains persons however, beat the non-Communist world. Murder is not the only crime service under other than dishonorable Tennesseaa newspaperfora
Texas State, Denton and South may reach the incredible to keep physically fit.The aggravates the pain.many case punishable by death. There's robbery with violence.-even if conditions and had series of eight article titled
Carolina StateOl'IDceburl. heat of 2,800 drgrres F, triggering cause Is usually a message and other forms of! the victim Is not slain; rape treason and crimes under the at least 30 days of active ser "Negro Hlstory-Tfae Hidden

sudden twisting of the back. manipulation should be avoided security laws. vice. However, there are ex Past One of the reporters,

ceptions. The government will Reginald Stourt, accepted the
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MORE :REPARATIONS not give the veteran double award.
ANCHORAGE Alaska--NPI-Reparation( ) demands of another credit. For example if a More than 20 NEA past presidents -
f EARNING and LEARNING kind and by another people is In the process of be lag veteran's World War a timeis attended Humaa Rights
officially made to American whites The demand comes from counted for military or civil Awards Dinner according to
\ II the Eskimos In Alaska! who want at least $50 million a year service retirement he cannot Samuel B.EthrldgeNEAAssle
f Boys & Girls Can Mak. Money for 10 years and the right to ownership of a selected 40( million also receive Social Security tant Executive Secretary and
acres of the total 365 million acreage In the state, plus a 10 wage credit for the time Your Director of the Center for
per cent share In perpetuity In mineral revenues from ill nearest social security office: Human Relations
public lands. This largesse would be divided among approximately will be glad to answer any
55,000 Eskimos most of wbom now live In 180 villagesor questions have.A .

)1) Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are y u _, ,:>: :.>'' in scattered family groups. : How long you does may one have to "frtYWffii
in .
: : serve Viet-Namtobeellglble
EARNING t.fl. -If!; SEPTEMBER 23RD for the C .1. Bill to return to
From s1. to 10.00 Weekly : ,.yJ i > SAN JUAN Puerto Rlco-(NPI--Puerto Rico now has two college and how much would a I .
"Independence Days" to legally celebrate. One is July Independence married veteran with no
And LEARNING to do business. S', j, ,? '\'; Day for the U.s. mainland, and the other Is Sept. children receive each month? tueroveeotaeeuveeeaa: ; .,
s 23, in commemoration of an armed uprising in 1868 against A: Actual service in Viet-Nao
I Ain the Spanish crown. The new holiday makes a total of 2a which'
YOUNGSTERS If You are smart itself is not a requirement for The sun li about 389 times u
I iou the Island observes-10 VS. holidays and 10of, Itsowi. benefits (including educational far away from the earth an the

assistance) under the G.I. Bill. moan
t and want t to earn ,your own mosey DEATH CAPTIVITYALGiERS4PQMoise The law requires that the ,

,"i'" ( ) Tshombe, OI1e.t1mtlCataDp province veteran must have at least 181 Our economy ia producing a
this is the way to do if., : chief and also premier of Congo-Kinshasa, new got to sea !als days active duty, any part of' lIonal thousand_" new each corporate year'! The"mil.Dun

homeland again. Last week, after languishing two years in which occurred after Jan. 31, & Bradstreet Million Dollar Directory .
PARENTS I Your child .may not" .need Jail, Tshombe died of a heart attack. But It was perhaps better 1955. (Active duty for training now lists more than
r that he did not return to the Congo, for hi has been under a purposes cannot be counted towards 31 MO companies In the United
death sentence in absentia ever since he fled the Congo in :: the 181 days.) A veteranin States having a net worth of
money, but the training gained as a 1963 for exile in Spain. full-time training (at least more than a million dollars
? 14 semester hours) would each.The first issue ot the same
NOT SURPRISED receive training allowance of Directory just a decade ito
'\ newsboy' will help him to be successful ''' LONDON-NPQ--Edward( Ndlovu, 42-year-old depot national $135 monthly If he has one panies.listed only 1,000 such com 'I

secretary, Zimbabwe African: People's Union (ZAPU) voiced dependent.
me opinion or, many Black people last .week when he said
li" later life. Many of ,th.e.suc.cessful. "We were not at all surprised at the result of the Rhodesian WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo
referendum. We expected it." Ndlovn is in London preparing
1'I to take part in the Anti-Apartheid Movement's, conference Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot!

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Center Lists Schedule I HOT WHEELS ,yrr.

I The Emmett Reed Community Center 6th and Payne Streets DMA Oraj
wW have I full echedu1e'0( recreation
activities planned this
summer, '

Julius Gulnyard of the Jacksonville scheduled are: \ I J
RecreaUonDepartment Boxing Classes July 18, 5:30:

Staff has been assigned direct to 6:30: p.m.Ladles f :

the recreation program at the SUmnastlcsClass,July
Center The Recreatlondepart- Z8, 1:30 to".30 p.m.
has ordered lien's Jogging Club to begin (
4 ment over nine
thousand dollars worth of equipment July 26, ':30 a.m.
for the recreation pro- Children's Physical Ft tne is tL wL _
gram. Class July 21, 3 to <4< p.m. iv

Some, of the special events Children's Story Hour,to be jln I
July 22 at 3 p.m
Junior Boys and Senior Hen's (

Keep on serving Summer Basketball League,to .*ij? k'i'! il ,
begin July 28.
Keep on learning. All persons taklngpart in these

A man who serves In the U.S. activities are to register at the i1w
Army Reserve is helping mon Center.
thin his Country the also me Junior Boys Basketball

helping himself. By keeping League will Include ages 17 ant
sharp lor his civilian carter under. TheSenlor Men's League I

through.on-the-iob* tninlnj-- will Include 18 years and above. I
J :}:" Girls I Interested in playing 1 q ,t r ,. -

,;. /r-- basketball should register also.I ..., .
\0THE A well-planned swimming program -

1a. Is now in session. Coach
Julian Walton\ Sr. !is director
of the They're off! Peter Nichols teacher( at the Drew Junior High School of South Los
.. swimming program. Angeles, got broad scale. Nichols persuaded t benefactor to provide the equipment but, after getting
Boats for use of the gym- an ideal Racing for youngsters I Racing was setup u an elimination tournament with surviving started found the youngsters ready themselves Mattel's Hot Wheels: sets and Super-Chargers

naslum are: Ages 15 and under, .winners taking home p-lzes donated by friends or by the school In the picture to the left a were used. Adult supervision was employed Everybody had a ball.--Harshe-Hotman and Druck
from 9:30: a.m to 12 noon,Ages car is taking off. The picture on the right shows an extensive track layout for racing on a Inc. Photos. .

13 and up from 1 p.m. to 2.41:
p.m.; Ages 12 and under, from "

3 p.m. to <4.30<:: p.m. and Ages Nlltiolal Negro MasicieaAssociatioa The Sports ParadeTSU Local Day Care Center Will
U.S.ARMY RESERVE 13 and 70, 4:30: to 9.30: p.m.

To Ste LOlls Share In Tournament Monies
SHAPE-UP FOR SUMMER ST LOUIS- lion of Negro Musicians 100.,YW be commemorateddurlnc the grid games at the Astrodome this fall, Including homecoming International Tennis star and former AlA National Champion,
50th anniversary!: convention to be held Ajg. 17-22. at theMieraion tut against CrambllngCollege. The return to the Astrodome Arthur Ashe Is scheduled to open the AlA National Tournament -
,'. Jefferson hotel Is the result of an experiment conducted last year to determinethe in St. Louis, with an exhibition match with another'

Presiding over the gala anniversary drawing power of the two teams. This year, TSU will face Davis Cup 'ia!.
session will be the 14th The 50th anniversary scholarship Grambllng on Nov 15; and return Nov 27 to contest Prairie Ache will be featured Suuday Tennis Association. The 1JSLTA

I /i president Theodore Charles contest will award M.OOO View A&M In the Thanksgiving Classic August 17, at the Dwight Davis and the host Tandy Park Tennis\
Stone, who was elected"Golden In prises of $1,000 each this Tennis Center Forest Park,
H. Club along with Volkswagen
Jublilee" president in Chicago years. The scholarship awards BIAS SUITBmMINGRA St. Louis with the opening Mid-American and the Pepsi
1968. John E. Webb another will be in voice, piano violin -( p1)--Black) athletes have filed a suit In tournament match scheduled for, Cola Company are rolling out

1 prominent Chicagoan,serves and composition. The national federal court seeking a change of athletic policy at the University Monday August 18. the red carpet for the largest
the association's executive scholarship chairman U Fred the Finals in all events are set
secretary of Alabama. Named defendants in the suit are university ATA tournament In history.
and still another Thomas of New York City. its president, executive committee chairman, and grid coach for Saturday August 23, Other A unique feature of this years
Chicagoan Mrs Beatrice S. The Junior department of the Paul Bryant. The plaintiffs seek a court order to have the features of the weak-long national tournament is the naming of the

Cloud is the national treasurer. association for young people school recruit Black athletes "as Intensely u they do whites," tournament Include Saint(, Francis Day Care Center
The St. Louis Music association between and 16 years old Is and Increase football scholarships and grant-in-alds proportionately Opening Day Ceremonies with a beneficiary of the tournament
Mrs. Violet W. under the direction of Kiss ATA City Officials ,
Williams beginning with the September term. Officials of the tournament and as such
president is host to the celebration Josephine C. mantas of Chicagoand Sponsoring Organizations and of
will share in the proceeds
XE\V YORK (ED)-E\en if you are in top physical shape, with Kenneth Brown the youth department Including TAX, TOOPHILADELPHIANPlRlcble players; the annual players the
muscles can become stiff from a day of golf, tennis or swimming Bluiips, a forme: NANMpresi those youngpeopli from Allen's disagreement with the fashion show swimming and the Tournament information maybe
in the hot Run. Hot and humid weather also can lead dent, in the role of chairman 16 to 23 years old, under the Philadelphia Phillies seems to have opened up a hornets' crowning of Miss ATA and the secured from Ronald
to discomfort and fatigue. of the Golden Jubilee direction of Donald White, of nest--against him. Last week, the Internal Revenue service Annual Pepsi Cola Tennis Ball. P.O. Box 1139 Dan-
Heie'i a planned exercise will keep you in shape for sum committee. Detroit, Michigan! filed an Income tax lien of$2,85.44 against Allen, representing The Municipal Tennis Association ville 24541. ,
keep and conditioning in shape program for summer to mer/ For fun.flexibility, balance and Leading musicians from taxes for 1958. Allen Is still under suspension for missing a The St. Louis District ,
: abdominal and It; muscles, try across the United States and double header without.permission .
_ap Mmcle;, cramps, neat 'piostfation four or five, slow, deep knee the, Caribbean Islands are. expected i, .M .'
and fatigue often result bendal'/ Keep' arms' out from to converge upmtheclty'for Professional 'TURNS TO COACHING'CLEVELANDNPl.A WHEN YOU ARE' Ill r M
from too much activity In the either" aide of your body and this historic occasion and I ( serious knee injury last season has led
toot sun This is due to the loss rise up on jour heels as you Recruiter
down. many other events ire to the retirement of running back Ernie Green of the Cleveland ;
of body salts through excessive go You Seek The Best Doctor ;
per plratlon. { To strengthen arms, chest scheduled to take place with Gains FavorMore Browns from active playing. He has not quit the team however. Wen Your Doctor v
Salts can be replaced both and back, bend from the waist top personalities in the nuslc He is now holding down u a backfield coach. Prescribes
through food intake and by taking and put palms flat on ground. field contrlbu'ing their skills.In get Experienced Pharmacists ..
salt tablets. A buffered Keep knees straight, heels flat, To Fill Prescriptions accord- .. .'
keeping with the alms and and JOINS CHAPPARALS
body forward, more '
head down Ease
ThermoUbs tablet, taken be. ing To Your Doctor's Orders. ;
for the 50-year-old using the services of DALLAS-NPI.TI1rte-ttme( An.AmClrtcan Basketball
are )
keeping back straight. purposes professional payer '
fore you go into the sun, can We Use Oly The Best Ih .
help prevent heat fatigue and head, hold for a count of four association which! began In May, recruiters to find Willie Scott, of Alabama State college has signed a package Quality I .
accompanying dizziness,cramps then gradually return to first 1919 in Chicago, the entire program personnel for key Jobs. deal with the Dallas Chapparals of the American Basketball Dtugs. {1. !
and headaches. position. Repeat 8 times. to will be given under the These professional recruiters association. Scheduled to report for training on Aug. 28, h.1: I:. H: BUCKProprietor

exercise Smaller also calorie are Important intake and to strengthen/Chin ups arms.are Use best a firmlyInstalled theme "Sing A New Song" with are not the usual employment the 22-year-old graduate of Alabama State (now university) :

physical well-being. However, chinning I bar at fingertip seminars, woikshlps concerts agencies which, but they are made -conference for four years, and was three times
if you are not accustomed to : height. Begin by first hanging musical presentation and organizations the specializeIn NAG All America.0 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You
finding right man orwoman _
exercise, conditioning should be from the speakers.The .
I'raduallykold for the right Job.
Do not exercise in the ing yourself up
gradual panel featuring some of thenatton' -A COMPLETE LINE OF-
They do the research In -
of processing
for a count ten.
heat of the mid-day or after
a meal. I? Sit ups will firm the abdo- top Black music creators resumes and often
Before exercising( run in men. First, lie on back, hand educators and scholars actually do the Interviewingthus : letA oFr Cosmetics-Rubber Goods Candies
'place for a few counts to warm locked behind head, knees bent. will claim considerable attention saving the employers Sundries.P'lESCRIPTIONS
up. Do not force any exercise Slowly roll up to a sitting position during the confab and at much time and money. luasx 1iroe
position. Come as clone to it as without arching your feet.
the Some of the
you can until flexibility !improves. Keep elbows forward. Hold for same time, a great many professional sea aaawarsaONr CALLED FOP AND
A few exercises a_day it count of five, Work up to 10. juniors and youths will be in recruiters are now using computers o alapx DELIVERED-
session. Into which enapplicant's

qualifications are DON'T BOUNCE THE FISH
right applicant for the right Did you ever set a PItIES.IISiIURANi$
Because yean ago you could job can be determined fisherman practicing"skip DUVAL ICE & FUEL CO. Lilly's Drug Store
get a license without ever quickly and efficiently Such -along" one.. 'Ih, ss ra3.1631Watch I
taking a driving test, many an a professional recruiter la the It's .. game played by
older driver today can say: "I firm of Falkenberg and trailing stringer of fish over
never passed a driving test, but Associates of Charlotte, the side of a boat while the
I've had a driver's license for North Carolina, headed by throttle Is wide open. Wit's a great feeling to work

more than 40 yel1'l." Carl F. Falkenberg, a noted All kidding aside, with sophisticated electronic

Such a driver may be among A and expert business in contract managementfields engineering forgetting to pull the stringer This Clown systems and know that I'm

the safest who ever set foot In into the boat before moving) helping to keep our country ,I
to another fishing spot Is a -.32 42
scar. 4 The Falkenberg orginaza- mistake mad by many 11 ahead in the space race,?5 ,.
Or perhaps the deadliest. Lion operates throughout the fishermen The cure for the -:
34' 91
southeastern of the 21
part problem, the fishing I.
Nobody knows. say ?Another great feeling is
country and it hu been authorities at Mercury
What's worse, nobody may a swamped with requests from outboards, is to properly care working with Gordon's Gin to

ever know until It's too late. employers for men and for fish the moment they art 1. .1 1.e 1. make the most sophisticateddrink GoRooNY
Because there are dill women needed to fill key ,taken. Fish should be placedon
many of time the really
; positions. our t
Ice but ,
when people U soon as possible, .ft. 5
states some may
never have to prove they can "There arc many good payIng there are several preliminary. -3. dry martini. I find Gordon's far oi are
positions open now, steps to keep In mind. I and lONanNDar
drive. Or at best only once. "We ahead in taste dryness5Rilph cIN ,
Falkenberg are
says. They should be drawn 9 I
Even If that once wu 20 30.
Inviting applicants for all The stomach 4 Willitmt syiiimi tngntv ltd i ,
40 or even 50 yean ago. Evenif types of positions to file their immediately sugemsademea Ctlifornn iirertlteomptny l '
contents begin to decay soon a tngtgtd in ftsttrcn*nddtvttopminl
took the test
the car they resumes with us These vacancies after a fish to taken, and 28 J2 15U / mutt US spare pro?'sun,
was a horsepower Job And for good paying positions gastric juices can eat through Gorilon GSA, rtait? i London fng'ind in 1769It .
even If' the speed limit then was are all over the southeastern '$tht t'ggea stjtrinlyiyi. Am eneeee Me wwMS
the wall tainted fleih.
45 miles hour the better. 10 wt can be sun of having of the not causing
per part country Also be' lure to remove all 2 -23
driv tests which test ,
Ing really only In the large towns but in
But now there are 400- This Is one reason why blood along the backbone.
giveout n often enough to weed the small towns, too." 'Sometlmei He's SometlmasBe's .
horsepower cars racing about many safety minded organizations drivers who are better off Falkenber,'. firm has been Next, wipe the body cavity
e at speed limits up to 70. notably The Con not driving doing professional. recruitingfor dry with a clean cloth or down. He AddsSubstracts
He It all around
On top of all that, people tlnental Insurance Companies, 1one n any age group, not every. large companies. for more paper towel. Try to keep the works

change too. And not always for urge us to write our legislators should drive: located than 15 years at 1370 His Briar company Creek Is fish attract from bacteria getting which wet. Water only 911 54 leD

Road, OtTtrlotte, North speeds decay.Always Attraction
Carolina.Jacksearille. put an Ice chest In ,Coming ;
Tht- BI[( U i<: (dftwiTu .irIrirniviiu: QTTiTTmmTO the boat and take along some

plastic bags. The bags are :55 112' ,&12MAN'S TNUKSIaPLO.
and will
perfect wrapping
keep cleaned fish from DAYSNUMBERED
CJJ contacting any water in the
r ke cheat. It's better to lay
fun on top of the Ice than to
Barber College bury them, and the chest
4 should be opened ''ila Diys .are Number
N ITE occassionally to let In some Health II1d Fortune can be Yom's r

6 Iiroll New fresh air. when you know your Lucky Days
MATINEE'1st Race 8:15 P.M. In addition to not
WED.-SAT. 2 p.m. turn Oft CUM APPLICATIONS NOW BEING bouncing fish\ on the stringer, Lucky Colors, Set.

'' TAKE J95i'ENJOY GREAT RACING ACTION ACCEPTED this method of handling Send $2.00 for your
assures of good eating Horoscope fiulde for
DIRECT TUITION JUTES AS LOW AS when you get them home.
However the most
es Important consideration, Fill in the blank below and
IUY THE a QuiNKtAs inn RACE Eitir A Reid .Caner advise the lad at Mercury, U mall to ZODIAC Post Office
I / a / I e lie PAYING rf.Rff.cus that if the woman of the Box 1171 Jacksonville, Fla.
ORIGINAL DAILY DOUBLE LAST 2 RACK house likes to eat the fish you |

...oN TNt tat 3 utcls Lill' ADMISSION ONLY 50 630 DAVS'STREET catch, bringing them home in NAME_
MANY nawn ovti urn mi PAR ING this manner will make It STRUT
.IDS ,MIIIW mill, DII'.UlllOlII' OUW rnoel.Irealrrteta..tlal Ua,
.)114-118'74 easier to get away the next DATE or BIRTH
time you rant to go fishing| V.krI
4' If> ,

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A College Stdent SpeaksBY Peanut Butter Black WOBMR Western Sisier SIfied Realty, Firm Gets Newspapers Are

DORP DROWN For Everybody MilliesDENVEBNPQ IClCkll JOlrl.1Th

( -Tne Equitable -
It seems to me: ?5nt j{5'' Life Assurance Society
That Black reparations demands have these drawbacks: The Fo d and Drug Administration
of the V. S. has allocated $U
(1) They are be Ing promoted In spirit of vengeance, coercion, recently standardized Billion to Great Western National NewspaperPublishers
and recklessness that calls their morality Inta question-, peanut butter by requiring that Black-owned Association, a black
((2) It Is not clear Just who would get the money and how wiselyit It contain at least 90 per cent real Mortgages estate,, a firm for rehabilitating publishers' group representing
would be spent. Only one obscure militant group is pressing peanuts by weight and and papers with readership la
refinancing -
for, the demands, which need a wide base of support among ;eliminates artificial flavorings purchasing to four family excess of 15 million overwhelmingly
Black organizations if the demands are to be taken seriously 1 and sweemers, chemical preservatives .- d 1 1.e one endorsed NETs
homes la low and moderate
Journal" their
"Black during
in the white community. additional vitaminsand
((3) Reparations-funded projects might overlap with other color additives.The areas of metropoUtai annual national convention In
Black-advancement programs already financed by whites widely held opinion that Denver. The commitment o< Phoenix:, Aria, recently.. This
'foods makes for the
(4)) The reparations concept assumes whites' "collective, peanut butter is strictly for possible support was confirmed by
guilt" for the Negro's plight! whereas, many wUltes have small fry has been shattered .e firm, headed by Jess Johnson,, Georgia legislator Julian Bond
had DO involvement In Black people's slavery or oppression, according to a survey carried : Jr., to eater the mortgage bank-' and Harry Edwards, leader of

and some whites have worked on behalf of the Black man's out In Atlanta which pin- bus loess. the black athletes federation,
cause. "Collective guilt' Is a dangerous concept that can only pointed the fact that adults who The action Is part of EquItable'l an ad hoe committee formed
hurt everyone. What if every Negro were held personally go for peanut are decldely not participation in the WeInsurance last year prior to the Olympic!
accountable for the rising crime rates In our nation's cities? in the minority (The "Studyof industry's $2 billion games.
((5)) Being a dressed up form o* begging reparations run Users and Non-Users of <- program to aid the inner cityareas The resolution reads as
counter to the need for more -development and self- Peanut Butter among Metropolitan and help eradicate slumsin follows:
'sjfflclency: in the Black community: Atlanta Homemakers" American cities
wasted faultfinding carried out for the Atlanta Explaining the announcement,
That I "religion" and "morality" are on was
and blaming. Journal and Atlanta Con- J. Henry Smith, president of

Some people try to put ona show of being "moral' by devoting, stitution by Belden Associates.) Equitable, said, "With the allocation -
their energies to"digging up the dirt"on those public officials Noteworthy data on the "pro- of this money, we wish
file'' of of both 'th Johnson every success In his
,with whom they disagree.Others define"morality"cond'Din- users smo
'log dirty books--or condemning those who condemn dirty books. and crunchy\ peanut butter was new venture as a mortgage
banker, With his excellent background
Many whites' "morality" amounts to blaming Blacks for what revealed In the survey covering -
white have themselves done to Blacks, and many Blacks' 1,032 households It pin- of community service hi
Denver and in the state of
'"mor ty" amounts to accusing whites of keeping Blacks from pointed adult usage as follows:
three cent of all' Colorado, we know be will make
doing what Blacks should be doing for themselves.But Sixty per
real morality Is none of these things, for fault-finding households with no children a real contribution! to the
is fruitless and self-dest uctlve By contrast, unassuming under 18 use smooth peanut' housing problems of this metropolitan -
action and reluctance to pass Judgment on other people butter and 21 per cent use; area. Equitable
with the commitmentof
character those who have Integrity crunchy. pleased
That in a country that supposedly guarantees "equal protection In the age group of 65 and these new funds, to be making
of the laws' to all its citizens, It is shocking! that our over, 62 per cent use smooth a further contribution to helping -
'divorce laws so flagrantly discriminate against mei. peanut butter; 23 per cent solve' housing problems in
I therefore make these proposals: usually keep crunchy on hand. Denver r
Last allocated
1: All alimony should be abolished except in cases where Those figures were close to Mr year Equitable JULIAN BOND
11 million to the National Mortgage -
one party or the other is In need. the results of 'households of
i of Denver for this
2: Property should bo divided equally and equitably,rather than all categories in the survey; Company Whereas.: National Educational
all going to the womoa. 76 per cent use smo th, 77 same purpose. Television's "Black Journal is
3: The present adversary system (plaintiff versusdefendantwhich ).- per cent use crunchy [ Commitment papers for the public affairs television pro
makes blackmail detective work the real determinants loan were signed by Johnson gram, concerned the transmission -
of a divorce case's outcome--should be replaced'jy a systemIn Is president of Great Western of relevant news and
which an impartial Judge mates the decision. Banker dl a Mortgages Representing events in the black community;
Equitable were Smith and Merit
4: A marriage's disintegration a phony "conviction"of CONTINUED FKOU PACE 1 and
Browns assistant loan
the man or the woman on a hoked-up charge.-should be elusions might be Influenced by "Wliereas: Black Journal is
the basis for a divorce others around him. The Shelby Single Corporation l.IIIIOaDCes the signing of 22-year-old Linda Hartell, u manager, residential montage the only networktelevWonsbpw
Efforts have been made to have the first female Negro country/western artist with one of their record divisions, Plantation, department. produced and controlled by
FlemmiHQ 45 FashIOR Hair the executive remain .He has it was announced by President Shelby S. Singleton Jr. Within 72-hours of the signing with Tae prime objective of the !insurance black people; and
refused though offered a position Plantation Records, Miss Martell's initial single on the label. "Color Him Father," was industry's billion "Whereas: Out of 1900 hours
I on the White House staff. waxed for release. Around the clock efforts to rush the single out were personally directed dollar pledge Smith said, "is of monthly network program
Show July 27 Sandaval, according informa- by Shelby S. Singleton, Jr. Miss Martell, born In Leesbnrg North Carolina, began her singing to improve housing conditions, ming only one hour a month
tion has accepted his reslgna-' career in Columbia, working with groups'and as a solo in various local nightclubs (Including encourage Individual home is allotted to black programming
STYLE SHOW sponsored by La appearances at the Columbia Air Force Base .An
) extensive
tlon with regret. He praised advertising and promotion ownership and to finance Job- ,filled by 'Black Journal';
Trenna Coiffures Beauty Salon Pruitt for his contribution. campaign will be launched In behalf of "Color Him Father" which will be headed by Buddy creating enterprises IB city and
Mrs Edna B. Calhoun Chair- Arthur McZier 34 another Blake, vtte-president In charge of International promotion and Herb Shucher, director of core areas. We are seeking to "Whereas: Information transmitted -
min, The Age of Aquarius HOTEL, at Black, will serve,In the, interim. advertising of the Shelby S. Singleton Corporation. make funds available to areas on 'Black Journal'stems
the MAYFLOWER where they hive previously been from the information provided
Prultt outlined five
BALLROOM Sunday, July 27, for the departure from reasons the Delta Teeu Lift Selects GIrls difficult to obtain' All mortgages by the black press across the
1969, 9pm. Models will be:
P office. There must be win have FHA guarantee. nation and represents the only
Sherry Pierce Sheila Pierce, immediate and specific Johnson attended Wubburl1 television outlet for its views;
Call Tyson, Joyce Bailey, For III ProgramOne _
university, Washbura Law art
direction from the White House
.. ; :Beverly Bailey, Alvrette"Collins be felt, if the small business! hundred St. Louis area A new feature of the-1969 All three groups will visit school Topeka, Kansas; and "Whereas: the budget of'Black
will be
Barbara Burgess, is to succeed. te3nagers--50 on scholarships TeanLift is three days of Baltimore where they Westminister College of Law Journal' over the past year has
; Berma .Burgess Betty Burgess, program The business man was serving .will visit national cultural sensitivity training, conductedby guests at the Delta Sigma Theta (now University of Denver Lay been progressively cut from
u BeVefly Ingram, Titus Mae on the basis of and industrial centers this Dr. Jeanne 1.. Noble of New national convention. They will School). He Is former member $100,000 to the present $10,000per
Mitchell, Edith Wright, Young extensions, since emergency the Civil summer on tours sponsored by York University. The object of return to St. Louis on the evenIng of the Mayor's Commission for show, 'Black Journal' is
Group St. Paul Lutheran Church Service Commission had the Delta Sigma ThetaSororlty.The the training( Is to develop Increasing of August 16th, 1969. Community Relations the City !In danger of going off the air
and Annie Mae Barlow. delayed granting permanent group is a racially and self-awareness, and The 1969 Teen-Lift will have and County of Denver Q962 "Therefore be it resolved:that
Amanda Banks of the Florida status for the J30,000-a-year economically mixed group of receptivity to Ideas and feelings students from the City of St. through 1967)) and of the the National Newspaper
Star will be one of our featured Job. youngsters participating this of others. Louis, St. Louis County,'and Governor's Fair Housing Study Publishers Association
EDNA B. CALHQBN models She will also participate Rumor has It that relations year's Delta Teen-Lift, said "This training experience is East St. Louts, m. Teen-Lift Committee for Colorado. He animously supports '- 1ack
,A.L.FIemmingCbapter No. 45, in the entertainment between Pruitt and the Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman, national particularly Important this year is) one of the many self-help has served three terms and Is Journal' and urges Its leaders
Mrs. EmmaWatkins W.M..presents portion of the p. :ogram. Republicans! were also a bit president of the public because our group is racially projects! sponsored by Delta an immediate past state president and all others concerned with
.,a FASHION AND HAIR strained service sorority. mixed" Mrs. Freeman said. Sigma The to,150,000 member of the Colorado-Wyoming the mental health and welfare
The students will take one of "It is a fact that little opportunity predominantly black women'sPublic NAACP of America to Join In helping
three tours based on their vocational is provided people service organization. to keep 'Black Journal' oaths
/I'rrr////rrrr///rrrlrl/ d1eh interest arts and of different backgrounds to get air.
humanities, government and International to know each other--we believe Celebrates Birthday Bond, said: ,"The only one-
4 affairs business and that this experience can have hour black television program
Industry. significant results," Mrs. is to be taken off the air. Out
r w 1 Freeman said "not only for the of 1800 hours of air time for
young 'people,"'but for the month, you would think that
future." black people would have at least

iija*; r e BEST BUY IN TOWN Parents will be Invited to Join one of these hours.
their children for a half day
to training. There will be-
TOWN HOUSE School Board
'RANGEEFKIGERATOTONLY : ." sensitivity experience ,
for both young people
and parents when the tour Is, :ONTlNUED FROM PAGE 1
1NE $100 BOf! over, has 15 days for _compliance

'u Prices .,thtu Wednesda pis E9 Upon completion of the workshop students to Chicago 90 percent of the

= oNl i Kings Rd, A Rushing,, 8th'&Davlg. 33rd i MoncrW21st FHA.VA, respective the groups tours will begin across their vow are 90 percent attend black.schools Of that the

UdRi & Myrtle E .Ednwood at Cleveland kul t ,,. country. The arts and t rl 578 schools Chicago 215 have

VULCAN INC. humanities tour will include a t totally all-white! faculties

I REG. 2.55 j.Y.| Finest visit to the home of architect, : Teachers, it is said, have been
esriwew w Ik Frank Lloyd Wright !in Chicago' allowed preferences and have
1 au IT 7003 KEN KNIGHT DR. and New York's Lincoln Center. thus passed schools In their

: I GOLD 768-3479 Those Interested In govern- neighborhoods. '
SEAL ment and International affairs Justice has made not of its

will visit a congressman and: fi Intention to sue the state of
"SII I" PUN rill be briefed at a Federal Arkansas.
CATAWBA WINE- Igency in Washington. They will Alabama has 25 school
also tour the United Nations systems which may lose funds
11 II biding In New York.The business If they do not step up Integration.!
and Industry will These systems have been
group ,
I I PINK JacksonvilleShipyards lilt plants in Detroit and charged with slowness ,Oi
Lansing Mich, and Rochester August 28 76 of the 99 systems
I OR 149 1 !few York. had taken little or no action
i to another are of bias the

) I WHITE QUART"I.I. Immediately requires FUN.' I!I.o, fII DENT Chicago Justice ,Department suburban real charged estate a

I I"' IIIIII"'I'I'I'I'III'I'I'I'II'II'I'II'III'I' i I H and C Water, Electric board with discrimination
Welders Furnished On Bus Line Call' against blacks In sales. The ..
I IE. Imported From ScotlandGORDONS II 984-7)54. board has been accused of

5 requiring more from
Burners answers
I Wayne Kendrlck, above, has won the reputation as the top Blacks
than from
: J newspaper seller for the Florida Star. Beyond that, last week misrepresentation as to sales
1 dtD Marine Wayne celebrated his 28th birthday and his 18th year as a news of discrimination Int the
I e e t : NO PEP AT NlGVM ]VO agent for the FLORIDA STAR. Wayne does not let a handicap of property,of failure to showing correct
bother him. He has established a reputation for courtesy and the effects of past discrimina
i ,. MARITAL RELATIONS QNO personality. The FLORIDA STAR and Staff Join with hundreds of time The board had
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