The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 26, 1969


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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TAYLOR GARY nm.>-8eauUhl Caran Harks, the newly crowned Miss Gary, accepts congratulations on information Monday provided when police by an, Klux Klanners "Cold-blood killers"has,rand
left and from Motown Recording Sunday argument at the American Beach la Hassa1l'C01 ltJ merciless"
R1cbardeiorcioaHateber ,
for the lowIncomeyoung'Councilman from the Pageant Sponsor, Mayor undercover agent, made a surprise
'people. Artist Edwin Stai&Right the latter serving a Judge and entertainer at the event. Miss visit to aSouthsldeapart resulted la the later deaths of two youths, and the Jailing. of t found seven of
in City Ind. The IB-year-old boy In,the Juvenile quarters. members guilty of a plot to
Godbold, who Marks represent Gary In the Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant Michigan ment. workers in 1967.
kill civil rienti
spoke with the youths at the Miss Gary event is part of the Miss America Contest, the largest women's scholarship Marvin F. Jones, 19, 2032 Leonard UMingo, 1581 West He later returned. Re claimed The court reported: "We find'
C lllllCU'. Tharsday night meetIng program in the world. Miss Marks !has already won a $500 scholarship and a host of merchandise Sheridan Lane, went to Jail for 36th,-died at 5.20 a.m. Monday that Mlngo had his hand In his ample proof of conspiracy and
< suggested an exchange of prlses.--Motown Photo. the possession and sale of Officers said he bad been shot pocket U If holding a weapon each appellant's complicity in a
idea. He set up a subcommittee drugs, possession of drug Implements in the back of the head and lathe when they argued calculated, cold-blooded and
made of councilmen petty larceny, and left arm. The arrested Juvenile said that merciless plot to murder,"violating -
and of the two youths who represented for being an Inmate of a house Aaron 8. Branson Jr., If,lass be did not Intend to shoot young : the federal civil rights
the black group. Hardesty Sees ..v., D. King where drugs are used or sold. Eventide Drive, was reported Brunson, a friend. of the victims Michael
An effort will be made to Nathaniel L. Bryant 20, 3841 in serious condition Monday Deputies Tim AJberUe aDd De-I Schwerner, James Earl Chaney
straighten out the matter of :Old St. Augustine Road, and He was injured by abullet which puty Ben Sessions stopped the and Andrew Goodman.
unemployment this summer Found Dead IP Joann Fulton, 17, 1301 West struck him above the right ear Juvenile u he was leaving the There was strong possibility
At the same meeting a representative No Fall Problems Seventh, were lodged in Jail on Deputy John Bodine was of the scene. According to Bodine that one or all seven of the
of the Tooth Swi..i. Pool l charges of being Inmates of a opinion that bullets entered the to "r.1fU loaded with accused<< and convicted men
Federation said that his group house where drugs are used or heads of both victims. t i, rLmmlml 04 might appeal, this time to the
had been misrepresented by sold. According to officer Bodinethe Brunson died! at Duval Medical Supreme CoutoAttorDe1111ke
adults who suggested street According ,to Duval County School Superintendent Cecil Investigator J",\. ,, Bow II, Juvenile said that Mlngoand\ Center late Monday also. Policehad'toctearlbtwayto Watklnsrepre-
trouble unless the city leadersdid Hardest, ,,who addressed the SpnthsWe\ _Business, "Vs_Club,. 'C.FtJ.L; Hefter'and: he.argued'at 'about .-,.11I.;: all ', .the I seating the defendants! ,said"!t i
something about unemployment at a bmcheOJlt.Ctnt1JIOperceDt of the faculties In all Jacksonville Sergeant C.Bt'ruernarcotics the beach. ? i.Men1lobelog emergency room after the word looks like we'll have to do a
for the youths schools' must be Integrated under school I board_ orders. officers, said the three accused h.ld'I& the Juvenile shelter'on' !had spread. of the second fatality. little more wor t.' He said he '
Mayor Bans Tanner 1)IOte'of' tMa fJL,. violators were caught at 2139 a delinquency charge; Officers .,' 'would prepare a petition
the situation u critical. Be The n'ew head of schools dicated that ,four. schools yW'be Wright Avenue at about 10:30 relieved him of a .22 caliber Judge Harold E. Cox presidedover
asked business men to reexamine stressed that the matter of Integration operated on a desegregated Monday night.Confiscated. pistol when be was arrested,. Dollar Robbery the trial. I I
and check for possible !Is "In the corner. basis, under a new plan. This were syringes, according to Nassau County Among the men is Sam R. !
employment for youths, if only He felt that there will be no plan, they hope, will resultIn a sa caliber pistol and Sheriff OS. McKendree. Bowers Jr., said to be the .. I
for the,summer problems in the tall. the reapproprlaiion of funds. wrappers supposedly used for After argument the Juvenile Sends TeenagerTo JIJu1ssfpplleader. !
On 'this public affairs Attendance boundaries will be $63,000,1eeff by the Depart- :the packaging of herlon. Is said to have left the scene. The Klan is suspected of plotting -. I
committee are Leon Richardson enforced, said the superin- ment of Health, Education and murder and of advocating 1
Jr., Tony Onfray, Urban i\Undent.f : It will not be per: Welfare last week. This plan Racial Tension Hits Cities State PrisonClarence destruction of Its enemies I
League workers, Councilmen miscible for a student to go will Include one combined Junior Bowers and Robertswere
Walter Dickson, Councilman ''to a different school,. even If high school, and one senior high sentenced to 10 years each In
Oscar Taylor and Harold he provides transportation for at the present Bunnell High,and. And Results 'In CasualtiesRacial ,Whitfleld, 18, Ulf prison The others received
Gibson, representative of the himself. two elementary schools. Clay Street, who was found various sentences
mayor Councilman Taylor "At first, said the superintendent :-l. ._ tension, accompanied ported by the director public guilty of robbery and assault These men were antong 18
beads the committee. "we tried to put the Stokes And HEY. AD. I ngi, .by death, has been a part of the safety with a pistol on another whom the Justice Department
Richardson and Outran said integration of faculties on a American scene for the last In the capitol c1tr of Columbus, sentenced r on January 25, was charged with "conspiracy to
'program "Operation. volunteer basis. Thistooksome ATLAHTAt-Tragedy has I8veralday.. ,Ohio, one person was slain In Wednesday by Judge injure, threaten, oppress and
per* !has more than 1,000'ppt'lf1ou doing." Then, be related, conferences Others Marked struck again to the family of A Black woman was killed a racial disturbance. More than Warren A. Nelson to 30 yearsIn jnHmirt f the slain men."
\! for. work from were held with Junior Rev and Mrs. Martin Luther Monday night In York,Pa,while 2,000 National Guardsmen were prison. Complexity was featured In
members of both races. Most t and senior high schoolteachersso Policeman King Sr.I she drove her car through In service Monday. The dead The teenager was given a 25- the defense testimony' The men
of them are vacationing that transfers there would I i Rev: AJ>. King, civil rights troubled area of York. She was person was said to be holdinga year term for rubbery He was raised several legal points and
students, according to the be made without hitches.At leader and the only brother of. Lillie B. Allen, of" dltep. I.C., flare for the police. given five more years for alleged errors in trial procedure -
.,leaders. the elementary level, said the late Dr.Martin Luther King,' and was the first person killed Sniping, fire bombing, looting assault with a pistol with Intent and lack of evidence in
Employment difficulties, the leader, assistance was required Jr., was found dead inhlsback in this city. Her death followed''' and guerilla tactics were part .to commit murder lathe second the trial However, the Circuit,
according to the youth leaders, because tlemenluJ:1 jlSIJ yard, swimming pool Monday upon five nights of outbreaks of the disturbances. Several degree. Court pointed to "overwhelm'
for young women, rest In the principals "weren't j by three of his oldest children., between the races. She was fires were set.Youngstown Whitfleld was found guilty of tog evidence that defendants
fact that: many girls Jyoe. .the Job done on their own." 1 If'. According to Information from: J1ed bJ a sniper Ohio,has been the ;robbing Jerry Lawrence conspired together to have
Superintendent Hardesty IndlcatjQ -:j ; ,r,.". the SCLC:, of which Rev. King, At least 30 persona were scene ,oa-and-off. .confusion Chauncy, 17, of 128 Orange of Deputy Sheriff Price arrest the
that the r1gfditj'd''t] "" 88, a Baptist minister was a wounded. Thirty-one were 'a watch valued at five dollars three men."
,GJEO Workers boundaries may cause some to member, the leader hadarrlved arrested. Wild shooting was re- CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 and paper dollar. Evidence was presented that
move, both black and white hone from a trip and bad gone other men were assisting in
people. ... c for a swim. Penmolan Gets Top Office the burials fifteen feet under
Demand.. Extra The matter of Integration lust No violence was reported by the group In a deep, dismal
offered a strong problem to''! police. swamp, la the area.
toe local hierarchy ever since: Rev. King's body was found f'fhif murdered meD were on
Money -Or ElseThe court orders were Issued. for by his three oldest children. ,their way to check the burning
such.A He was cad in undershorto and ''of a Black church near Philadelphia
many times plagued GJEO more has been made in another was Coating In the pool when Miss. '
of Jacksonville has been area, namely, Valdosta, they woke Monday morning. They were arrested by Price
another! ailment.Commnlty.'workers. Ga., to speed up desegregation Mrs Naomi King and two for speeding while they were
have announced Valdosta will we a Workshto, younger children, as well u ;: fixing a flat tire on the waypack
ttsi. If their paychecksioa'tfhow The Lowndes County'system Mrs. Coretta King widow of ..." ; to Philadelphia.;
substantial in- !has been given permission to t CAR the later martyr, were,,vacationing II
use $17,500 a federal grant aTaimliCLEYZWHtDaer'geant In Jamaica ,....
ertues in the future they, the : '
imHy workers will tab to study the problems that arise .J o h n.tagnry The late minister co-pastored ,' 1. Leader
ffpjr alternative of hindering tat from integration. According to of the CleveJlaAsubverslve with his father at the Ebeneser* "," NAACP .
1e Superintendent A.B. Martin,the unit aj Baptist Churchin. Atlanta He ,,
'program of the organisation.Oa police ,. serial
Tuesday and Wednesday of 477 employee of the county for first degree murder of Black helped his brother in the organltlng -, ',,... Wants School
aLa week GJEO workers have I IJl'tHD win attend a two-day workshop Nationalist Lithe Donald, of massive demonstrations
... : August 21 and 22 and will testified that a back revelation against racial segregation, '
local adminMald W Directort consider integration. plot was concocted last summer particularly In Birmingham. Be To Keep Name
Ronald men heard them, u m the slate of Florida,Flagler and that Mayor Carl Stokes was also ft victim of prejudice. '
veil U some member the. Coaty authorities hav. .. and others were marked for *e* retaliation His hone was ,, p 1fo1T ''YERS fliliil mnen,
board. Dr. W.W. Scaellatteeaesd -uIIIU. .. ftMiiMdHo. <.. vu Injured:: Id ; f vice president of the Lee County
to sooffiethe worterr The sergeant was t slob'swlheu Rev, King served from 19<9 chapter of the NAACP, said
them that all ",Soul Brother at the trial. Donald, until late in 1M8 as pastor ",:: roterdav tal1l!! ucboolll&llleclfor
by IfJmM".telling would] be handled 18, Is charged with kUUng three of the Zoo Baptist Church ofLouisville. r\tl; a mack poet is changed for
ud civilian la Be was head of the ; r'i "racial-Identity" reasons, he
a a
.g the usual way, by the eatirtboard. Brown Sued policemen ;iL:
barrage of salper fire last ,SCLC Conference in Kentuckyand .- .\ ') will Insist that all white schools
Three hundred employees are summer, to Glenvllle, a predominantly successfully led a drive / I il ; named for whites. be changed
.{cU4. They work at M for Divorce, Black sectlaa. which resulted to a housing >' to name.
According to the ..put'the' ordinance for the city Green's ultimatum came whet
rstatlou. AecordlngtoaspokesimejD.
"Soul Broth '. At Tie time of his death a committee working on the
: salaries Ir average *6! n.1I reports netlnmllsts were planning a Rev :
to 170, week They want are correct,'is having thesame the day of the GUnvllle violence, King was molt active toasslst- I 'ii i problems>> of integration suggested -
salaries above the :,"poverty trouble other stars seem ; lie the Rev. Ralph DavM) ; changing the name of
level". Other demands '"""tab' to have in their careers., Marked ace anofbWtloa were Abernathy,present SCLC head, Dumber Elementary School and
m \flat light to promotion and tofebedranctment Vetea 1Ki ''It: ..., Leo Jackson, Cosacll-: to the ,'work of flghUag Mall >", .t junior high schools. to "unidentifiable'
training and aright suing for dtvera,'t:. ..they BBUWimamO.WatterCle7efeat and prejudice. Be was to OM I .. Jf: ''It names
to the:' ,have Jneumomtsate nmruyjpnbhnas. Call and :.Fjoe jMDsjier-* fore I to the recent troubles ai 4, Dunbar was earned for the
....,. Mai ofSa participaqio_. ., .. !IL, -:. \:- ,Baiter. HUL director oTPHae; ,Charleston. ''Black poet Paul Lawrence
; A fhaer director; BtetootBesw "g ,'Ike::sejtt ....'beesi'. fttieTta; i be.,s.dPatrclmaaJdrPsyn. Rev. Mean Latter Klnc: Jr., Daabar''who- died In this
,, rebutted the state AefBBla t y ((4T i.; _+r, .- Jay M was lobe the starting the'' minister's brother was fmLADELPHlAt Min My Jfcefceea Oatoer, above rtoj*, nlmufi risasilnr atWeatetoodJuniorgenlor century..'
, ...* of,aeteialstrators that asto ', Aceordbf '-to Ike 'suit, the. day. for tee murders.Another asgsjlsjjed:to April /lMt Elgk School to Peasirnli, Fm.,has been elected vice-pruMeit of the Aseoett.' m.bu"tight'be' called the
'tort! available lilt raises' Browtt ,were married to MM ,.lailoeallst, Fred whs* a sniper's bIDet soaredovtUsltfeaMeemeJs. tin of Classroom Teacher of the IRA for 1MI and M79.:Among many achievements was that predecessor of other Back.
.... oat lilt lie.. axone, '-.aid separated la M4.,There ',*h Md Ivans has beee seataeced .. l ,of founding and serving as first president of the EseajtifeConwi Department e -!waauIkbutaobdyhasubM' areuser cLfI eL Mrs. Brown to death to the electric, Her Knc west year yomerttMkkkreHw. : teachers. The new'official hakto a. Bachelor's degree from Itabame Hate College and her I'I i have eases sleet later did not,
err ig Teseda.r O&/; chair tor' the.slaylscs., '. .. .. "' Master's from Atlanta Ihtverslty.--Pkoto by Waaeard, Philadelphia.i > t _.I" 'v'

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L'p Flotldt i: Btu. p.bII.h. _nlnliComp myJ t.,, 'I )1)) SUPREME Whitney M. Ymas, Jr.

...... ,. COURT '

) : J : : THE :101st SENATOR

j ) .1jO@j gi'jU\ Some! time In the future when historians look back at Un
t atteRt10D to a IlIaD
\ I'clYil rightslmos nenr beard! ofClarence: M. Kltcllen. .r.

.aoat They'll wrlte about demCllStratlonl, the Match 011 WUhlDctoa,

i _.o,. 'siMiQN.JOijiAtiifi: llfJi.i1] 1 ,. HEnS MORE 'and t w. of about dramatic enata that Je&falaUOl1 capt1l1'edhea4llae.: that war passed. But they, laws:

TIMe TO DEFY also write them legal r denied them for
Ne edlOls
lllDl UNIIOEI1 that pn
VOimJIRCBlATIIN2J2f l to b
THE LAW/ And the stork of hoW thane laws etaae --
tireless efforts u a ODImancivil

: J'! IUII .I i.E1 i. !r. '. .t /- ---- "/- He's dory right been fi lobby so Clarence effective to Washington Kitchel1'that be

llfllP tillF.07.BOX bas been caned the lOlstSenator.Be .
: recently was awarded tile

'' : Sli I JUWK" WIE, 'FlflllHri6E :)2111, coveted outstanding Splngarn contributions Medal for in his tile

fight against racism.As directorof
; .. 3541712JUKI the Washington Bureau of the
NAACP since 1950, there hasn'tbeen
i emu sin N.V. ?11' HE THERE MVSTMNODEVIATIOHFKOM a bill of Importance to
AHYESTABUSHEDPOUCY.HEMVST c q black people before tbeConcress |
: ., ( F that didn't find Clarence Mitchell i
NIlfjSI-JBft; I
., BEREAU8TICWE working to make it better, to

i ,SUBSCRIPTION RAT?:. j jrCne MUST BE LOYALyEMUT 4 t i ? i paw It, or to bin It II It was

: Y ar. $12.00!) Half Year, tf.OQJftjied: To You_ WALK TALL,ANDST CX TOOUR t bad.Yon may not recognize his face

:' A i ywher'e m tte!!.ni &SG T: DESEGREGATION TINETA8L' 0 when yon see who It on doesn't teleY181oo know,Clarence but there Mitchell.'Ian't a Senator or

: : \ Sffiiptton; Payable In Advsjflp CHARLES REECE PRESIDENT OF Representative Clarence Mitchell is a lobbyist tor America's poor aDd be \

: Send Check Or' Monef Order T :.FLORIDA STAR-P3TBOX 595.., THE INDIANA STATE TEACHERS 1 has served them well Be helped! to Pl the Drat civil rights '
In 1964 he
r' ASSOCIATION bill In over eighty years passed in 1957. worked
: (@tKSOrNllLk','FLORIDA 343 JI r toe and bard to get the great Civil Rights Act on the books
triumph. After one fair
Last rear saw perhaps his greatest
NO DEVIATION..THE WAY TO 'RECTIFY' DISTRUST MR. PRESIENT! housing law had been defeated everyone agreed that another
Trick Train 0i --- .--- could: not be passed. But Clarence Mitchell rolled op his sleeves
Hffhwiys :such a bill was He met argument with argument; encouraged
and ke t after Coo
the bill's supporters, cQYtt4!! qteI'L' essmea
Time and time again; the question of permitting tracking and administration officials alike. Finally, in April, 1968,
firms to put trains of trailers on our highways has brought up the fair-bousing bill no one thought possible was enacted.
lively discussions. One critical newspaper referred to tbIsltuaUoo Too many people think equality: is going to come about by:
U 'bagging the road.'' YOUR WEEKLY shouting and through rhetoric. But open expressions of anger

We thought that public opposition to one trailer track pulling have to be backed up with sound legislative savvy_ .
two or more loaded trailers had closed the Issue for good., 'Law*-are made in Congress, and the civil rights movement
01f the tr3cking: industry 18 aRNIUInC again before Congress needs shrewd men who can get those laws passed. We've
10 see if it can roll out "truck trains" on our present crowded i been fortunate In !having Just such a manClarellCe.CheD.. .
highways. HOROSCOPE GUIDE .' Bis success is also a lesson to those woo are so'impatient

Imagine the trucking Industry telling Congress that it would : i L .with the NAACP as an organization It may not do or say things
be better for all concerned, not only for them but everybody ;some people consider to be dramatic exciting enough, but it
also if they get what they want. ,fan made, and is askingavltal contribution to securing equality:
In testimony, the trucking industry produced so-called proof ; for black people. ,
that these truck trains will do less damage to public Interstate : : BY PABLO THE ASTROlOGER'r.: ; The Urban League often gets the same kind of criticism.So

highways and not more to our roads built at public expense. do other orgalnzatlons Even CORE is attacked as being too
The facts u., In addition to the damage factor, putting these moderate, by some whose definition of "militancy" is total

truck trains on the road, win cost the American taxpayer an ''WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS '. irresponsibility.
additional $5Z0 million a year to maintain the required systemof What Is too little understood Is the need for a division of
highways If bigger trucks and buses ire permitted to. labor among the various civil rights groups. Each one has !its
travel upon them. FOR BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL? thing that it does best. .
We hope that Congress won't fall for this "Jive." Congress It's like the armed forces. The Navy does its thingithe! Army
ought to compile Information for the public which will Indicate and Air Force have their own specialities. But they all work to
if industries In tracking business are paying their proportionate gather/The army may call In the air force for support; the Navy
share of the cost to maintain the highway system at ARIEl appear to te secret concerns thankful Just to be alive ((28th). might knock out anti-aircraft gone from off-shore to supportthe
the present time. : ':that had best be Identified It Is so easy to start developing lC/IICIIr1, air force They are .separate, but they work as a team
The trucking Industry talks about running their train vehicles BORN NARCR27th eliminated, or otherwise placed negative traits that finish IW' IEC. because they know success depends on fighting the enemy, not
on Interstate expressways, but they must come oft these nit ',.In their proper perspectives. by being one's master rather each other.
.four-laners sometime to warehouses for unloading And you < APRIL Make this the goal on the 31st.I than one's slaves as they should ,,22.. IAI.. 1 tttk a Some of our young firebrands ought to get that message.
can bet your life, some of these trains will be plying upon Yon knew It. There are many Z.40.159979795IABCEI' be (list). disappointments Negroes !have been rapping each other throughout history.That's
d narrow city streets U we don't watch out. who Instinctively that being are necessary In order to recognise Comes' the bill. As stated De- the way racists have been able to divide and conquer We
.)lastly,. tte..spectre of disastrous wrecks face us dread later fore, the bill collector Is boundto never needed unity than And
9l will *",, too happy all at once Is a sure. fulfillment. : 'more today one way to express
,fully.. How safe would be tor drivers and occupants of those sign of something happening to k : *' 'M come around.Tbe price could! :tbat unity,Lrfor air black people to give a resounding than you
.little "compacts" much Jarser thaa a beetlt when compared dampen the spirits., Problems :BORN "Jllr '.4.10.12.U45"410a'lllh be a fairly steep one, but then Clarence. Mitchell the quiet man to whom the who's nation
;alongside of those big truck; Jobs roaring along at 65 and 70 may be cropping up, of a nothing worthwhile ever was ewes so much;
miles an hour. Should a wreck occur, the small cars will be financial or emotional 42l< IDLY 22ii handed out for nothing (26th).
mashed flat ': Those who expected this at the
as as a tin can. '
We hope that the general motoring public does not sit idly (character(28tb-3ms.) to Those cause who concern are ex- Slow down a bit.. a'ma1 all x.lORNSEPT, height of their glory will have A College Student Speaks
have too
been much to fast
by and let the trucking Industry get permission to run truck made ample provision and so
perienced will recognize them j
to take la all at once Be wary J !1 OC1,11ri1Now ) .1 not to
trains. The welfare of the majority of motorists should take for what they are, and find the are apt be dismayed by'
.precedence over that of the trucking industry way to cope with them In short of these trying to get in on what? We all are given' any claims of developments Abort Debatable) ThiRfs
order (6thZ7th). It may be. .the act Just to extract 'so much time for pleasure, and ((27th). Dismiss notions of

F Knowledge For OWl Sike necessary for some Arlans to be contributed anything without: having speak eo much time It's for the more moment serious through making substantial speculation. It'.gains likely It seems to me:
ton pastimes, to
r mar generous with cash as about (26th, 27th). U the to be disastrous losses That President Nixon is Just too "righteous."
get i down to business and find
well u with their attentions to bank account has received an Representing himself as a man whose goal is to bolsterAmerica's ,
((28th031st .
uphold the Interest of a )loved out what the bill amounts to.And ) the President Is better known
'! Out Astronauts recently made' history in their projected upward boost, it does not Justify: spiritual well-being,
Friends who meddle of course It'i must be paid multitude of
!ne. can unchecked as a shifty: schemer whose lofty: tones cover a
buying or spending
Aside 5-80-17-44-81.
t to land men on the moon. from our ofI Those who foresaw
jnly complicate matters with- promptly.
tae for the benefit of political sins.
vast expenditures of billions of dollars when millions of especially
I out contributing one lota toward all this at the height of their He would "bring Americans together"--by: subtly playing on
are malnourlsbedthere is another sldeof u the issue. unworthy people who are out for ,
fledge their easement.This is matter success, will be prepared HQWIIJ.BOEK racial fears and by cleverly undermlningpast-rlghta gains
is good Just for the make of knowledge. what they can get ((28th-31st).
I Our astronomical information will be vaster, and we will to be settled only by those who Success Is wonderful. But If Those who didn't may be I IAN.. In order to pay back white Southerners for their support in

.revise our findings up to now. Man's knowledge of the universe are Involved. allowed tp go to the head, It troubled u to how to meet \ last year's Presidential elections.He ,
t And can turn a dream Into a night' the obligations ((26thZ7th). ,would also bring about."national unlty"-by trying to;
this the
j will be more factual and exact. brings up question, 943 There' is friend associate .2Jth-JEB.. lltk a or have it both on major issues and by appearing to be
You level-headed ways
is there a boundary line forming the limit of what man can mare.
4 know and what he cannot? Cancerlans know that only too who could come forth and act You can't withdraw. What has all things to all men, thus confusing the American people u
well and will take steps to as a lifesaver, but this may be been accomplished during the to what the nation's goals actually are
: This is the reason we say that God is infinite, but man IIi ,TURK pre-
i i finite. This evidently was In the original plan of the Almighty, vent anything of the sort from conditional on the means available preceding quarter appears to Rather than continuing to be his inconsistent, mystifying
otherwise man night supercade hUCreator.Hso, this would LOIN APRIL, happening. or other limiting factors be, without question, for your self, the President should simply. "find himself," pursuingthe
tor disastrous. (30th,31st). The lesson In all future as well u present good course of action he feels Is best and letting the chips fall
} 20th MAY 20th 7-9O-i9-55-5j.48 this is that we should think of
The inclination to harbor where they
{ The mystery of the moon began with the most! primitive ofi second may.
tomorrow even while !having the thoughts and to --That people should not demand perfection and compulsive
mankind seeking to know and have an understanding of that
It's a responsibility. Every celebration of our lives today. decisions would be obedience from themselves for they are Just human and thus
u Ill- ,
crescent in the skies. We have watched tile e
moon "
appear \
; well all
thins, u as men,have- This may be termed the- law
j advised u they could be Inherently prone to failure and error.
I posftly
.at night and disappear IQ the daylight in a complicated cycle. their olNIIII
it Is claimed.
price or so
of equalization
((28th). Making sacrifices for Unreasonable, Intolerable goals make one rebel against
This led to the dissemination of church of legends around the
Those who aspire to top Jobs*
world. III' loved ones is not always u his own standards; then one rebels against his rebellion,
If these space explorations end successfully,. and U the lad must respons'ibllitles accepttheuog1gations\ ., | good as it sounds, seeing that thereby setting up an InternalClvll war that makes the historical
mission is. ended u scheduled, then let the nation turn Itsattention It can't last. A heart that is one seldom receives any thanks one look like a Sunday school picnic.Rather than trying to force
28th). This also will reveal
< to the problems of human beings. For the present ; too full of Joy seems to know, Z-90-la-44-58oi3r1 or even gratitude (nth)). Remember -. hardens on oneself, a person should work to fulfill his
where true lies and where
time at least, other space goals should be abandoned because ability ) Instinctively, that something is : that promises made to. potentialities and desires. By loving oneself, Instead rryr
maybe lacking especially, mates the that "Internal warfare," one can gain the ability to c out his
the Vietnam War Is costing u a pretty penny. careful about off bound to come up to rob U of !' l are ones must :
setting con-1
some if not all of it. This couldbe be kept for the maintenance of duties more responsibly and capably
trorersle In key associationsor the case, especially if one ft malls work There is a trust and the continuation of -That building up one's own Integrity and setting one's
U, Te The Housewives with ,loved',ones on 27th. has forgotten that no one can price for everything that Is happiness and understanding. own standards are more Important than either obeyingthe: laws
This b'a
may good day to keep e"17thInClOlel1 for one's i ion i good foram in material With this, thought ia naiad, It .of breaking them. t
look for and to decide on the self In these days ofl j or abstract ((26th); The may be possible to prevent By making more of a person out of oneself, one frees himself
Therapy rise in the prlceoffoodls horrible. our bouse purchase of property, with an stringent controls ((26th, 30th).' responsibility: of carrying the making an error that could from the self-destructive drudgery of either mindless
wives sit idly\r without protest, ,their goose Is cooked. eye on its future value and Those who are bound by TOWS burden of tam.r.or whatever It seriously affect domestic and subservience or mindless resistance to the laws.
What the public needs now Is reinforced action; and we need. potentials.'' ] When burdens.... or contracts may be sharply was that was heaped on your public. and public relations And not only that. One.thereby makes oneself freer and more
it quickly: .' to be getting. too heavy, find reminded of the fact should shoulders, may have to be borne .fsist). responsible.A : .
It housewives don't stop these prlcesby not buying: no ono a kind frtegdiwoul.homttbe they tend to forget on29th,30th. along. The pp) t Mnf; work, '730.14,7729429.UN perIOD who her integrity need not be enslaved to the compulsion -
else. will. Note that,Just two weekrago In .omear.., fryers willing to advise and assist All this nay have a depressing keen competition and patience! tyrannical: fashions, or idolatrous devotions of the
were priced at 29 cents pound, but now they hive Increased (SlIt). B must be rememberedthat effect on many Leos who prefer required may be deemed a bit day. Hi*freedom depends on how he feels, not how others feel
to 44 cents. This la .uncalled for, despite tile tact that we one generally has to watt to see the sun shining. But more than ,,bargained tor on IfReE about his. He has no need to "prove" his freedom through
i are exploring the moon and fighting the.>Vietnam War. a long time for results it may do some good when It occasion ((27th-31stX -- senseless rebellion that only enslaves him all the more
t'} If our farmers were getting the benefit, the Increase la the t-56'18-22-38 brings home the knowledge thata X10 + FEB.IStl. At the same time, because Is his "own person," one who
price nof farm products: la grocery stores would Justify consuming ambition can burn ,- MIR. 2t1hv' has Integrity is free to be responsible.He does what he should,
i the ..... It seems that the farmer who Is rally doing. the person out alongvlth every not only because he is told to do so, but because he knows it Isnecessary.
[ the work to pow these products Is being cheated.. 'Ifllll! body.else around. SCIIPIIi I Now-It's work B yon have He Is not compelled to do his duty-end then rebel
Prices must be kept since the Is not ,, 1iIJl. against it. Having freely chosen his action be upholds
j dory poor working man I.been having It u good u the coarse ,
I getting raises every other week; his children are going to ;. :lit,._rArly. S 80'- 15.66.7E.- GilT, .: .. iCi! ., ,stars indicated, tt was good la it with all Us heart and might..
I if suffer because his wages are going to buy less tad less food. (t11sG "JUNE,,21WL it lm- 1.Jl Its superlative form But many -That. one sees more Black men golngwlth white.women tIiaJI''wIIIt.
= men going with Black
\ V we can ever get the good women of this nation really "mad" mud be aware, frost previous women.
;| about the cost of food, they'll: Ct some action and howl!!' Dreams, quarter pass. was Whether real tbiprevlogs or VIRtlSEPIJZiA D', no picnic. cases where times, that this could not last white And men'svlcUmixatlonof why Is this? Maybe: it's a kind of retribution for some
tofollowaeboseacourse Blackwomenfor centuries.
1 .not I.Is tor each individual COQc.niC jIIN ....1.1r arrangements have been made It There must have been a catch Or perhaps Black men in so many a
Jemil may somewhere. And It turns oat gIgwlt6white women,toe seeking
A Mist! to decide B it .
::1 the moment to get back to earth was, r 1I1L-, : come as a shock to learn thatIt that there .Is ((26th). Not that find status in Imporvement -which white men would not ordinarily
was not as simple as It going with Black women. And too some Black
"Black Journal .has bee called "A brilliant lathe and its Now your efforts are not being maybe: ,
light responsibilities not it's
may work Good fortune may have looked. Problems men are trying to get away from matriarchal Black women,
t ,darkness by some of Its admirers who have written in for be welcome. After all, living Is CIA shower Its-blessings but related to associations appreciated or compensated at ,who for so long have bossed them around. .
Its continued support. "Black Journal" needs moral support.. a Job la itself and more often the per.olUlC.IYlntbI..lluto finances and the carrying out, their worth, for they are. Bat : (
i Another written comment Is "Do) It!" than not tell ther may be family developments
a time one (%8tb. pick them op And then they have' of curtains plans
Stia another Is "Dear Black Journal, W. want jrwl" 27th).. Those who have Just, to be assorted, distributed or' arise u rapidly may u appearto ortensloaa between Let's stop I
;'' There three of tile hundreds of cards which forces say progress associates grrlag came for concern
are many : hay Joined will have to get handled In such a way as to
that CIa be made (Z8aa-
'J been tent to the NS7"s"" Black! Journal office to New York City. together,' on ways and means yield their fill benefits (z-. 2taX Tie leadership of ar (27m, 28m). TM atayhave America
8 : William Graves, executive producer, said recently "Ifft to collaborate for the common{ 27th). Thereto may be a tendency, enterprise be the core of' had to acme responslbllttieafor wasting .
: .been a very gratifying motion Better than anything else, it good a often Is better for bo5. rebel at the responsibility dissension any and this the Suture besides : .
! tells who with what parties to share generally immediate ones, which any
we're reaching-tad impact. M It conld be indicative 1f
, Is a hard nut to crack ibis, 1 1Aimrlc
. ,:' I The cards themselves, handwritten MIl printed, and from all ,. equal asaoots since this Ingratitude to expect everything' all asplraatsare powerful become heavier .asttnoa BpYPOWEk
!1, '.:, parts of the country, Indicate the range audience, black and leaves no room for Idleness: for nothing. Get into you mat determined people (JOth UstX, elapses, morally' as wen uphysically. .
if ,:: white trbu and mil weD-edecatod and dropout, and Its.subsequent. evils. There, constr.ctivd. go to ,, ,. *nwnpowt*brflm whk BCYP0WE R
,t ::t: ,la ttie city ai Her York 17 viewers. sent in a pttltion askingcontittaance '. work with a song la the heart Be ablunteerScoutLeader

i, .v ;of me.program.. 6-20.1J.. tZ-tt.' 234 'I'aad_the.beat Intentions tq bas I, :s,40 le -,I' 63'- 881 ".--,' 'to'Boy.',Scout of America." .



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.0.:... Black Heritage "Breakfast" Wedding: Educator And Director/ Scholarship l PresealatloasPart 1/:i1 '

Clubs Suggested As Boosts I :a r ; Of Agenda Of Sorers

t PHILADELPHIA! 'lbetaIftSIcma,NaUOIIIlSoroilt1.cOlDpOlec1'
HEW YORK-Local organisations and local: units| of national of beauticians connected with the National Beauty Cnlrnrists',
orpnlctloni over the country have been urged to stage League, will hold the annual session of the League July 26
"Breakfast Clubs" built sound the showing of Black Heritage: llcSwaln Scott 17M I IY' 1tk to August according to Mrs.Roth J.Ferguson .Philadelphia,
A History of Afro-Americans tile series taw being shown W. 10th st., 20 and Willie Ruth supreme basilens.
,CIa the CBS Television Network. Grier, 1593 W. Seth st.. O.
The sorority !has chaptersin Texas; Mrs.Gertrude L.Toran-
Locally the half-hour program! Inc explained that the series Dave Jones, 911 Minnie St., 79 almost every state la the Missouri; Mrs. ThelmaMltcheHLonlafanai
li being shown on station WJXTiit :i of lee programs-whlch will run lad Ethel Lens Carter, IU USA and they tab care of the ; Mrs.
Lib a.m.Sunday through Fri through the middle of Minnie St.. 3). social activities of the many Juanlta David-New York and

aay.R6rrjing. ,September-Is belngshownatthe Ronald Wayne McCrone 7558 beauticians connected with the Mrs Katie G. Whlckam-New
; to sUta th 1 early breakfast tour because Oakwood St., 25 and alary Sue national body. Orleans president of the
"Bre iisi Clubs"'!:I.mtll toe'' It Is an educational presentation llaclntyre 4507 Davis St. 24., f Toe declared objectives of the 'league..

,form of a lettqxfrom Public replacing another program"I Steven Eugene CordeD, 1234Dancy sorority are:To elevate cosmetology
Relation Enterprises, be.,the shown on '"SummerSemestr St. 20 and Vary Christine to a higher level;Topro- Edward Waters
New York/used and Black- of the CBS Television Network Cordell 6712 Morgana Dr. vide scholarships for worthy
previous summers. ,students To higher
owned final. during 2L 'tk ; encourage
"We/ .lIne that Black --- I type of womanhood and better Receives Black

:Heritage la a fine demonstration FAMU Holds DtscusiouOs :c: cooperation among cosmetologists. -
of what our people can do .
wltt their talents la network : Officers of the organization Studies' Books
television and we believe that UNiversity TroublesThese are as follows: Mrs. Ruth J. :

tb liter lei Is the forerunner Ferguson PUlael.IPuat
of other network teleTislon supreme Edward Waters :
many College will be
qu. Tuesday, June 23, Florida A and M University Initiated Wortham Texas
to be written the schools
programs among benefiting.:
thejlrstln a series of semlnarsoncampns unrest. The general
produced directed and enacted antl-basllens Mrs. Amanda from a $1 million series of
; ;
(Objective of the project were to Increase faculty and student
Whlte-St. Louis and Mrs JewelWilliamsDallas
beads of the Ford Foundation
by us, organizations grants by :
perception of the ferment on campus today and to develop F
were ,told In the latter signedby 1 Texas to advance and Improve Afro-:
effective means of communication between with
groups respectto assistant bun... Mr..
Frederick S. Wearer president ; American studies In colleges:
and .John H. Young m, the challenges. NEW PRESIDENT: ..Dr. William g. Lee clef( ), a research chemist at Eastman Kodak was Thelma Parker-Detroit and universities.' I
consultant both of whom are colloquia will extend i jt Education. unanimously elected president of the Urban League of Rochester recently. With Dr. Lee !in grunmateus; Mrs. Elsie W. The local school will receive:
.nationally known former through August 7, and will Include Eight related films have been his laboratory Is Dr. .John Leermakers: Kodak vice president; and the director of Kodak's Day-Jersey City tamlochus; a collection of books from the:
Journalists such themes as the followIng -* secured: from the Indiana University research laboratories. Dr. Leermakers was renomlnated to the Urban League's board of Mrs Sammie M. Jones- Foundation's grant to the
Black Heritage" was put together : UnrestatFAMUAs: Audio Visual Center for ,directors Dr. Lee, who Is bead of the Photographic Mechanism Laboratory Joined Kodak Cleveland parliamentarian; Southern Association of ,
and supervised by an Be- special viewing la connection In 1959. Be received Us doctorate master's and baccalaureate degrees from Ohio State Mrs.Cecefla Hale-Norfolk Colleges andSchools.accordlng
Advisory brdbeadedbJ camIgulMore Sensitive to with the project. Among these .University. Va., chaplain. to Dr. William B.Stewart, 'I
Americans. Prominent among Ferment on the Campus and 'I are the following: "The Way I Also Mrs. Amelia Hill-Wash president of Edward Waters
them were Dr. Vincent Formulating Behavioral B Is." "Semester of Discontent : I ington D.C.,'phUackter) ; .Mrs. College.

Barding, head of the Depart Terms Objectives to ," "The FrustratedCampis Your Mary Whltehnrst-New York Dr. Stewart said Southern
Ai Vice .PresidentMary
meat of Sociology and Historyat Ameliorate the Problem; "Anaeostla-- Afron City hodehos; Mrs Margaret Association received a 199,300 I
Spelman College Atlanta,, Campus Unrest as Viewed by Museum in the Ghetto." Good Wealth Fletcher-PhIladelphia, dean of grant for the special project
Georgia; .John Henrlk Clarke the University Iresldent Violation "Marked for Failure, and"My pledgees; Mrs. Marvin on books for black studies and
editor of "Freedomways" of Civil Liberties as a Name Is Children." FOOD P060NING. CaJlonr- uffalo. coordinator; in purchasing books from which i

magazine and William Strick Factor in Campus Unrest;Black DIAL YOUR OWN COMFORT During the hot weather food I ? a Mrs. Henri Anna Carrol- the participating schools: may I
land, New York City author and and White Teachers InDesegre- Set which poisoning which can occur at Monroe..Ia., organizer.iRegtooal select their volume. )
the- thermostat control
lecture Prominent among the gated Schools ; and Relevant the house beating system tt- any time reaches Us peak. It -! ,supervisors Include; A panel of distinguished i
lecturers and panelists are At/Qe Curricula for the Predominantly the desired comfort level l. and Is usually caused by staphylococcl -' Mrs Dorothy Strlcklln- :scholars, teachers librarians,'
Americans wbgartutttorltlesin Black College During leave it there, the National LP- or salmonella. The Michigan; Mrs.GladysL.CarrNAACP any* students named to select j
history and other related the Nineteen Seventies. The Gas Association advises. Constant former Is the ordinary pus book, for theSouthernAssocla-I I
categories from faculties: and total project Is funded under turning of the thermostatup germ. Director Hon la'>oded by Charles j I :s
student bodies of some of the the Education Professions Development or down wastes hid and affects If a person who !Is preparing Wesley du ...'.." '
.,UOII" leading colleges and Act of the VS.Office: comfort performance of the food has an infected cut on bis elation for the oftheAISD-t:: 1 I
universities. heating system.. finger he may contaminate the Sees Danger.In Life and History. i
The followingAfro-.Americans food Swallowing the germs Locally aselectlonconmlttee > I,
staffed the entire series: Roy Entertainment Hues And Cries ,causes no trouble but If the MoviesNASHVILLENPIThe made up of faculty students i
Allen, producer-director; contaminated food usually a and librarians will select the } I
Lloyd weaver, associate producer custard creamfllled pastry ;l i4'r,7 titles and quantity wanted and i I
; tfarlayna Franklin INTERIM FILM meat or cheese dish, lIallowdto ) will order the books. The
visual researcher and con EUGENE Ore.-(NPO-Max) Julie with his role as a militant stand for several hours at current move toward separatism collection will be kept In a
sultant; James Wall,'stage In the Jules Dassln's "Up Tight" behind him. Is presently ,room temperature, a poison has been decried by Roy special section of the school's I
,manager, Roy Jackson,cameraman at work In a co-starring role with Elliot Gould and Candles Is developed that causes violent 1 Wilkins NAACP executive H.Y. Tookes library Dr.
Don Boyce! asslsontproductlon Bergen In the Columbia Pictures' production of "Getting vomiting and diarrhea. Iq director. Stewart said.
manager; Pat Cornell, Straight! Originally be was to have started pre-production Recovery Is is the rule, bat "Although the Negro citizens Also Included In the Ford
announcer; Perry Watkins set on his own Jullen Productions' "Randy Turpln Story" but the victim'Is left very weak for 1 of the United States have along Foundation grants are
designer 'and Irene Mender, that has been set back until September. a few days. Anyone with an list of legitimate assistance to AfroAmericanstudies

wardrobe mistress. open sore on his hands should grievances he said, "thereIs program at six instlutions -
Public Relations Enterprises, NOT THAT GOOD not prepare food until the wound grave danger thatthepresent Yale, Morgan State,
NEW YOKK-NPI--Dlonne Warwick still with the plaudits heals. enthusiasm for things Black Lincoln, .Rutgers, Princeton
of critics ringing In her ears for her performance in "Slaves," Leftovers from hot dishes with Its thinly veiled drive toward and Howard; Joint .support with
Pride Of Mateo ,has not,let the success,cause her ,to attempt what might be should be promptly refrigerated racial separatism win the National Endowment for the
1mposslble.-pIarlDr the role of the late Billy Holiday. The and cold dishes honldbelepti, produce a havoc, worse by far Humanities 15 summer Institntion I yr
Plans Making. singer recently turned down an offer for the part because "I'm in the refrigerator until a few Taylor, a beauty specialist, has been named a vice than, the evils sought to be. on Negro history and '
neither suited for the role nor adequately prepared as an minutes before serving. president) of AFRAM House, an all-black operated firm basedin eliminated." culture; and assistance to

Awards At MeetPride actress." Sharp thinking. Salmonella Infections may be Miami, Fla., which specializes In merchandise made : Wilkins said'efforsi should be three predominantly Negro
spread by human carriers who especially for the nation's 22-mlllion black consumers. Her made to secure more Negro college, Atlanta and Fist Universities (
TALENT SCOUT are Immune to the disease.The appointment was announced, by Blanche Calloway president faculty members, more Negro and Tuskegee Institute.
of Ifaceo Temple No. NASSAU Bahamas-CNPO) former local disc Jockey has chief source Is the used of AFRAM and sister of the famed Cab Calloway. Mrs. Taylor ; students with fall participation: .
186, D3POE of W will meet graduated to the level of a movie talent scout through his own cracked or unclean eggs and 27, lives In K.laml. and was one of the first employes to Join i la college life,and Black studies) )
August 7 at I p.m. at 712 West recently organized Bahamas Arts and TalentsServlcesBATS). raw foods from contaminated AFRAM when Miss Calloway organized the pioneer ventureIn centers on the life and history*
Dun Street. All Daughters are George Capron got the Idea when television first came to the sources. The germs are killed Black Capitalism last fall. Born and reared In Eastman ,of Black people.
requested to be present and to Bahamas. and has since been supplying the video scene by thorough cooking. Ga, Mrs Taylor studied for a teaching career atStlllman "BI needs to have
bring donation lists for the movies, and the entertainment media In general with new Since cracked eggs are sometimes College Tuscaloosa Ala. Coming to Miami In 1960 she firm one opposition phase ," he sail I PROM SET THE FAST ITCHIN8aSCAllNeOP BLESSED RELIEF'
awarding of the luggage set. faces. studied business administration at Lldsey-Hopklns and then ,
used In the manufacture "'I'h1I1I the advocacy of Black
Daughters without lists are also studied at a beauty college In Miami Beach She shares with PSORIASISItt
of salmonella limited to Black
egg powder,some studies centers
expected. BENEFIT PLAN Miss Calloway a lifetime love for show business. For years PUMErS"$RIN SUCCESS"Oiitntrt
infections have been traced to with all white.wred. '
Luncheon will be served. BATON ROUGE La..{(NPI)-Sonthern university has a king- undercooked dishes made with Blanche Calloway had her own band. Mrs. Taylor participated with students Black Instructors only, II' ANTIPRURITICFtillivti
Grand Exalted Ruler Leon sized fan In Joe Tex, the local boy who has made good in the pondered In dramatics In Gerogta and received an award as the best with and with ''j EXFOLIATIVE( Itching)
eggs. an all-faculty
Gonzales has been tolled. All entertainment section of the "Soul singers' Joe (Joseph If you want to avoid this actress: of the year Mrs. Taylor worked art beautician before complete student control of the (Rtmovtt scats)
the Brother Bills will be Joining ,AFRAM as a wig stylist. With AFRAM growing at a I KERATOLYTIC

present Arringtoo) wants to do a benefit for the university verbena infection, should wash all budget and the curriculum."
Mrs. Battle I. James Is spectacular rate her training u a beauty expert stood her in (Olnolvti horny skin)
during the football season because ":'I make my money In their food and wash your hand after A "Black college for Black ASTRINGENT
Daughter Ruler Queen B. towns and cities and in my hometown, t like to do as much aslean" handling raw foods.'dependent good stead when she was called on to travel around the countryfor students within a college' he (RtfrtshfS shin)
Williams Is reporter. AFRAM giving demonstrations In beauty and make-up COOLING
Is needed "like the
techniques. She also gave make-up demonstrations at Florida said. (Replaces Itching)

Black Women Tighten Reins AIM University In Tallahassee and Edward Waters College plague.Wilkins made his remarks at (Rtliim SOOTHING Irritation)
in Jacksonville. 1 ,
ask III cornetalit
the 26th annual IDstttutDDtRace, II C
Requirements for the ils01R Af p17Mlc16Er
; Relations at Fist ,University '
exploration of space demandthe In Approick To Educition Fashions At EQllAL EMIPIOYMLNtOPPORTUNITY J where he was presented the NERD-TO-T0( PROTECTION

very best. I refuse to COMMISSION Charles Spurgeon .Johnson with"'KM.(m-KNni IlicCIU"leer SOAP?.MdlntMOf II b utkitfm ,
compromise.there's never WASHINGTON D.C., JULY 15!: National leaders of 20 affiliate 1800 G Street N.W. j Memorial award for distinguished wIIllO ptriplnllM H fliM.' itrm Mori HKtrttMlinwtt utn

room for mediocrity. organizations of the National Council of Negro Women (representing A Glance :Washington, D. C. 20506 f relations. contribution to"human" >you uHtit IMIN''ff mutt fllcfl to sew ot MOM,
nearly 4 million women) met In closed session July ,"
3-7 In Nassau, hammered out and charted a new course of You can be the height of fashion' r
Wll never accept a I action constituting a complete departure from their traditional .wearing glasses and there are -- -- -- --- -
mediocre martini. I refuseto ;approaches to problem-solving. numerous swinging styles from

compromise on quality, ,,; Appalled.insuUedJand. : angeredover power' '"base, theAaembl1leader.lIIIU1mousll which to select..consemtlve.. Weddings Are Beautiful
Gordon's Gin makes the martini the I'ederafcmeruunt'. or way-out fashions.
that meets all requirementsfor Ism action to relax school: desegregation supported the recommendation Presently nuking a big hit
uR guidelines and to emasculate that each affiliate leader return in some of pop shops In Paris, SEE YOWlNTIRK WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL,fOVOR
the very best." the Voting Rights .Act t, to her organization and work are the very small, oval, wire y
of 1965, members of the I F toward its adoption of an NCNW spectacle frames popularized
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end Msnvftcturmf TKhno/ow(MuttionAdmmartior Assembly pledged that if one Individual membershlpthrougbt
I with t biOing tmspKi Gordon I On,crtittd In black isremovedfromcse : affiliate .it Is the 18th century His basic
Ci/ilomi Mr London.Inoltnd m list.
f"mII Mtckty htt bun '"
laocifiKf weh, Aimnci a"r end H>Kptogrimi e 61 iht tnoyt mitr inIntftnd school, NO child shall receive anticipated that the Individual pattern) has been modernized GIVE YOU THESE: SERVICES" a 1
tor ovtt it vnn. ,Amtnct end Iff,world, however, such u green and 1 ,
'-" a public education from the membership will not only i
fAgantic to the Pacific, from broaden the membership based mauve lens or even one of 1 1. C.P.S. COLOR PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) t
the Calf of Mexico to the NCNW, but that It will also each color. '
Canadian border. enable the umbrella organization French teenagers are doing 1.COMPUTE NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE x
The conferees went on record to provide lertaln.n1cea: their thing with the BenFranklln .
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I in stating that as a collective: to strengthen the! affiliate specs wearing them In or out S. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING '
body they bad tailed to recopse numbers" Program at the local: of the seta Some of the specs

"that the Civil Bights as well u the national leveL have colorful plastic crescentsthat 4.! PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY .,.
victories of the fifties and form tiny curved awnings

sixties were far too limited to ,like a pair) of quizzical eye 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES"
provide black people the Black Director brows. Worn on the tip of the
marlraim )level of nose, these spectacles are also
which oar people rlll1dn...., popular with girls and bo'l1n

we understand better what our Head Of I the States. 7. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE
black youth have been saying to

,[HEW Allll}
commitment must be total and I Ohio State Unit
COLUMBUS-{l'PI-Jenifer) W.
Assembly represented organisations I ifow;Starting
of widely diversified 'Renfro president Renfro ',TSJMXLSRE YonTQ CHECK WITH AHXOF OUR PAST

Interests and a broad range of "war select ., Cincinnati,' Hospital Aide CUss .
the socfo.tcCllOlDlcatartactthe president of the CashlerWSalesCIerkKlndtTjartelTeachers BRIDES OR UHOOtts ON PHOTO SATBf A TlONtI
Board of Embalmers and
black nmmuUy'there'was '
't >
aanlaUy of agreenuat that Funeral Directors of Ohio, the .
each number would retire to state regulatory beard for *"Piano-Guitar-Theory
,,the malalaad coaumltted to funeral Industry daring the 4Bsad; and Orchestra tostruBOLDDCS Bob Smith Studio Y
oblllsing a Back Woaua's rreOr'gastxatioa meeting eRe g _
Movement determined to ate i cut '
their btackctstmaroad I Aa alunuM of West ,Virginia COlLEGE, 768-S26or
ever efforts necessary to I college, Institute W. Va., Street uH.itrer
till West 20tb ..
ant Ciaejnaati ',
achieve fan liberation of the : Collage of Eat- 3G5I7Z3.'CaUIfa'f .
IIA1WNI.YpIOLL eMY11 gY1110eOY eeM I//we11100 !" Meek people mAsurica.Reeogalsiag ., I banning Kenfro was appointed 'Toes., Wed., and FrL' DAILY. 9.00 TO iUN.;' 10.00 TO JJWPIT
J1Ie seed for I to CM state a tern '. J
Metrical strength ant aa.let ,|1 L / year.agencyury. 1, 1967.:, UJoJ Q0_ l

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Take Strong Positions For Blacks In Mammoth. Meet In ColumbusReligion l

And Race Catholic HOBS Heads Cabinet Related Department Prelates Conned Strikers

: CrfCHTEIUlCTONT. IB Race Drive, IB Charleston Labor Fass

LOUIS-NPP)-A restraining order wu Ia.neclIut week
by Federal Judge James B. Meredith against member* of the Hew Attltades-Memphls Encounter
: militant Action Group beaded by Percy Greco, after Cardinal (NAME), a community COLUMBUS, Omo-The Council of Bishops of the Africa

: Ctrterry, archbishop of St. Louis, complained Uatt "We ask program to study Necro- 1te Methodist Episcopal Church In their recent Summer Session

: :5 to be let alone." Action bad stated I demoostratioa the racial attitudes in the city's held Ohio, faced the Issues boldly confronting
', St Lads Cathedral 1, prohstlnc"Chrlstlanraclit-attltndef" suburbs Futiche4 off this P al W StStoday, 'upecla1l1 u they relate to the Black

; '. of the parishioners and cUrp.t month as SO Catholic nuns began Community, and toot action on the same.The Council Sessions
I' calling on white citizens in wer.presided OYer bJ tile President,UIe RL in. O.L. Sherman,

t .'. MAJOR RY selected Memphis area com ,,Presiding Bishop of the Tenth Episcopal District.As .

HEW YOBK-Ofn- poll taken among 360 members of the minutes.
discussed Black ship was given by Bishop
United Presbyterian Men disclosed that amonc Project HAMS Is sponsored to the
Council F. Ball Sr.
denominations the William Prelate
the malt members of the Presbyterian | racial by "The Centers For Continuing I Manifesto,
this statement. the 7th District. The
discrimination. Race bias ranted third in a count of first Adult Education" of Siena Bishops Issued of Hymn
the Principles! of Preparation for Communloi
place Totes only, but Watt' to the count of the "three tqICCIIICII'IIJ. College and Southwestern at "We endorsed
Black Manifesto-- wu outlined/ by Bishop IH.
." Nudging race bias were such concerns u povertyand Memphis.The of the
cannot approve all of the Banner of the 8th Episcopal l
disorder... nuns, accompanied by 60
methods, but we endorse the District Celebrants were
Memphis laywomen, will caltact -
I.1IIIJ1d the Principles." Bishop ,.D. Jordan, Bishop) B.
MILLION, FOR 20 n projected 20,000 homes, i
.r. ATLANTANP0The United Methodist church's quadrennial June 23Auf. 8, to leave race Other statements were: "we Thomas Prima, Prelate of the

:.'- emphasis' committee recently approved 20 projects, totaling relations attitude questionnaires yiraa&in with tlaeSt1 otltt- ttIa Episcopal District, Bishop
more than|2 million to cover a wide range of work with Black and,where invited discus rout!* and urge Students to Carey I.. Gflbbs, prelate of the
people and other mlDorltJ-41aa4ftDtapd croups. The highestamount attitudes and problems seek their J.1IDbJ calm methodsand 13th Episcopal District, Bishop
to Violence.We William a, Wilkes Prelate
not resort of
foes to the Black Community Developers Nationwide with white suburban home
President 3rd Episcopal District
program, $1 million, payments of which win be spread over a owners. commend of troops the ,
three year period. The nuns, who are on.summer', on withdrawal 21,000
vacation from their regular from Vietnam andargeaspeedy
CHEAP AT PRICK assignments, are from ordersin poll out of an our troops at

.1. HEW YORK4f PQ..One member of Washington Square United n states and Canada. an early possible date.
Methodist church had a remarkable down-to-earth simulation Mrs Fred Drlefns, NAME We commend the Supreme

? of the need ot the church to meet "reparations' demands by Board m.lDblr1 emphasised Court for sustaining the appealof

the national Black Economic Development Conference. The "The purpose of the program Adam Clayton PowelL

church member said, "We are spending $100 million a day is to confront residents of white James A. Washington, former Dean of Howard University, was installed u General Counsel The Council of Bishops went
.' In Vietnam. What this group asks Is me days of that war. I suburbs of Memphis .wIth the of the Department of Transportation ta1Iweek by Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe. on record u endorsing South

\ :.' think that war and racism and the same." urgency of the racial and urban Washington became the first Black man to serve u general counsel for a Federal agency with strike In Charleston citizens,
crisis. Ultimately, we hope to cabinet status. Be will direct a staff of 20 lawyers on his immediate staff There arc about Carolina and urges the
FUTILE GESTUREWASRI1cGTONNPI enlighten many on the issues 100,000 employees. He will supervise 260 lawyers on the legal staffs of the six operating of Charleston both black and

( --A telegram from the United Methodist Involved, and both challenge a.dr-7\ vtratiou in the Department. He will, therefore, be chief legal officer of the Department white to support the strikers Nichols
Board of Missions addressed to President Nixon, urged that and assist them in undertaking of recrttiqjhe legal advisor of the Secretary of Transport and the Office of the Secretary The Rt Rev. D. Ward ,

the UA continue its; sanctions against Rhodesia and do not, positive forms of action toward and the final authority within the Department on questions of law. He will also exercisethe Senior Bishop of the Prelate A.M.E.

under any circumstances, give recognition to the aa Smith lessening racial misunderstanding responsibilities of a Judge Advocate with respect to the Coast Guard. Washington was Church and Presiding

regime The message said in part. "The board of missions... tensions, and injustices professor of law at Howard from 1941 until July I, 19BII, date of Us new appointment, with the'' of the 12th Episcopal District, !'BBHOB WARD NICHOLS
'1 urges... the United States continue its sanctions policy against in our city which: is exception of a period from 1961 to 1964 when he served u Chairman of the Public Service ns Chairman of the Message Bishop>>: Joseph Gomez,' Head

Rhodesla..and be extended to Rhodesia's. supporters in truly a symbolic and significant Commission of the District Columbia.Be is a North Carolinian, a magna cum lauds graduate Committee through which the of the Bureau of Polity, Bishop
Southern. Africa." southern metropolis.' of Howard law and holds a master's from Howard la law.--Department of TransportationPhoto. statements" wer." issued George W. Baber of the god
there J '.&DiIii! teaht<
; wu Episcopal District, Bishop
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I (only' for the Worship Service Ernest L. BJckman, Prelate ot
Ion Wednesday morning In St. tile 6th Episcopal District, and

Mrs. Onah MobleyIs Paul A.M.E. Church, of which Ushop John D. Bright Sr.
'TWO 'the Rev. AJL Hughey pastor,' Prelate of the lit EpiscopalDistrict
and the Rt. Rev. ".R. Wilkes and Secretary of the

.los Angeles VisitorMrs. ,host bishop. Council of Bishops.Introductions .
The Processional was led by were given by

MINUTES. Onah B. Mobley, 6030Jus : the Bishops, General Officers, Bishop O.L. Sherman and
Court, Is vacationing'la College Presidents, Deans of Bishop John D. Bright, Sr.
T Los Angeles and Is the houseguest Seminaries and Choirs. TbtPr..ldllt' Attention was called to the tact

: ; linN w BIBLE: of her brother, Mr. Ira of the Council of that Bishop and Mrs. G. Dewey

BV COINIUUI. ItAM Hit. C. Hawkins, St. Bishops, ttoRt.Rev.C.L. Robinson were on their work in
: :' BRIAN mil tocurvCMCAeO Before her return flight to the Sherman, presided, and The Africa.LAlappJaue.lD4prarerna .
: HUNOtt sows city Mrs. Mobley, will visit Call to Worship wu given by given for them.."During the

.A COFFIN Hollywood, Disneyland and Bishop H.N. Robinson of the' Introductions of Episcopal
,.,' Mexico. Ninth Episcopal District. Invocation Supervisors, mention was made

I' .': FOR THE LAW Mrs. Mobley Is a teacher la wu given by Bishop of the Illness of Mrs. U I.

'.'" the Dun County SchoolSystem Frederick D. Jordan,who heads Conner and a special prayer wu

.i God had barely given the Law and Is a member of the Church the Church Urban Ministries given for her recovery.Announcements .
of God In Christ State Temple and Ecumenical Relations.
I .f to Moses when He ordered It to
:.... be put In a coffin. That's right 338 Chelsea. Bishop Henry W. Murph of the meeting of the Condectlonal
i :.' e coffin. The reason for this Is nth and 18th Episcopal Districts Council at 3 p.m., Rev Frank
I .' that the Mosaic covenant clearly St. Pabl Baptist ,read the New Testament Scrip- M. Reid, Jr. president The
I :d.ysI' stipulated: "Now therefore IF YE .fnre" The .Decalogue wu led tlosing hymn "The Church's

;.... WILL OBEY MY VOICE INDEED by Bishop G. Wayman Blakely Oat Foundation" was outlined
it' j and keep My) covenant.-THEN ye. (1.Lr.tls1Allly.rsllry, ) bid .the 16th Episcopal District. by Bishop John D. Bright Sr-
.;. shall be e peculiar treasure) unto The litany of Praise wu read Bishop Harold L BeardeD pronounced -
Me above all people for all the C.N. Collins of the
.; by Bishop the Benediction.!
earth Is Mine" (Ex. 5.19): District. The
0-. 11th Episcopal
Israel, of course did not obey Sermon Hymn ouWDed by Exclusive Seniors
I I' 5od's voice Indeed but broke the) wu.
Hlrtman of the
.. Law before Moses even got down Bishop E.L.
from' Slnal. It was because of The celebration o f the St. 6th Episcopal District. Sponsor Big PartyThe

hs; that God. In grace, said: "And Paul Missionary Baptist Bishop BLL Bearden! of the
Exclusive Ladles Seniorsare
they shall make Me an ark ." Church: 3738 Winton Drive,win lath Episcopal District
(Ex. 25:10). This word "ark" Is begin Sunday at 3 p.m., with preached a cbaJ.lenclDlllrmoa sponsoring a party
rendered "coffin" In the last various churches of the city from the subject "My Friend Saturday, July 26, la the homed

3I1: verse of Genesis and that Is its participating.: 1....." >He pictured God's love Mr. and Mrs. Turner, 5624 .
simple meaning. But why did God On Sunday at! 3 p.m. two u having no limits and said Draft avenue. TIlt public: Is
order a coffin as the very first churches and pastors will be it could never be measured, Invited A social meeting will
article of furniture for the tabernacle Jerusalem be held Sunday at 4 p.m. In the
present namely "For God's )love never givesup.
? The answer is: To the Orrs
put home of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Baptist Southslde, Rev. B.W. Re pictured all humans
Law In. Read it for yourself: ) Cora
1845 West Uth. Mrs
and Mt. Olive Primitive sinners saved
"And thou shalt put Into the Jackson u by grace.
COFFIN the testimony (the Law) Baptist! Rev J.M. Dixon! The Invitation to Disclple-: ,Brooker !is president.

\ which I shall give thee and pastor. I,
thou Shalt put the MERCY SEAT On Monday night 1
above upon the coffin ." (Ex, Simpson and Zion Hope Baptist
\ 25.16,21): ). If God had not put the ;;will be)present, along wltbRev.

covenant of the law In e coffin ;R.L. Smith of First Timothy,
and met with. His people from e'mercy 'jUn.( L. Williams and SEAFOOD CENTER
: seat none of them ever .1'I Bethlehem Baptist and Rev. B. '
;: would have been saved.: ''L. Wynn and Abyssinia Baptist 136 N MYRTLE AVE

1 This Old Testament type has alesson Rev. S.A. Badger Emanuel "
1I '
I for us too. for If God dealt r Seafood Center Triple Crown
F.W. Camming.
with us according to our works Gen. Boat Whiting
.. West Union Baptist, Rev. J.
j none of us would ever be saved Drum (Twwi-tkMl urn) C
:: but "Christ died for our sins" ,Ray, Progressive Baptist and Sheep Nose ..LB.Salt .
k meeting for us the demands of e Rev. H.H. Wright of the First
broken Law so that we might be"''Baptist of Jacksonville Beach
Water Brim C>i
saved by through faith In wllj be present,Eachailnlster wQ
'i'.': His redemptive grace work. be accompanied< by his official Large Mullet ............................. LB

!. Col. 2:14 says concerning thiS r: poop and his congregation. SPOTS ..._.-h..._..__. Lew* *i. ..

:,' 'handwriting' of decrees, that was' The welcome address"will l to''' CAT FISH ....................................... ..,... 18.75*

.!.! death against "TOOK us that IT OUT our Lord OF THE', In given by Miss Eddie MorreU YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER-- .......... Ib..I W I
and Lane. Rev. E.E.:
j''i- WAY. NAILING IT TO HIS CROSS" Taylor'fcr Is Betty pastor. Mrs. Rosa GEN. BUCK SEA BASS ...... ,... .,,. Ib. 59b. '

'.' and"But 7:6 we goes are on DELIVERED to explain: Lee Baltic Is chairman, Mrs.: tjVE CRABS .........:.......T.... ............,* 9*

FROM THE LAW. that being DEAD Basel Stewart co-chairman and SWEC TROUT .. ...,..N Ib. 75*

wherein we were held; THAT WE, Miss Deborah Shanks reporter. FREE tIETS.'r"" "..,.,.., .. .. .. q

I SPIRIT, and not In the oldness of' Midway .AME ..
the letter." Thus believers In _
' Christ are saved "by grace sWE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENoWalOntCredltApprovedcnSpotI
1 =- through faith not of works" Lists Important '
:J but "unto good works, which God
I hath before ordained that we *e CHIVOU: MAUBU ....M......_..........._>._- $2795
should walk In them" (Eph. 2:8- Events AUTOMATIC, rOWfR ITHKNO, "., AW CONDITION, ficTOKtXfflUHn
\ ,ALMOST WW. _. _
I 10)).
,Ii i The Midway AME ChurchRev. : COMfOIIT 67 CADIUAC CONTeot SEDAN**eONOm0f044 MVIUI -..CWAYSSATeuc............_....?ww00wt.. $3MS

B.l. Fraaklla minister has Yam eta
r ,
Miss Deloris Sanford listed several Important events CADIUAC SEDAN DIV1UI ............ $1593!
j. a; for the near future.Eld'Satirday SCATS.HUftRV AT THIS fMCf$

Marries July 28, the 67 CADIUAC COOP! -
; Drucella Walker Club>> will waowHtt, oHi lass Mess wcwic Wi Wiv.1: ; =
sponsor aa outing to Jacksonville .6a CHIVY II NOVA $1193
.. Beach. Stops win be made e41 AU IWAICOYSA S1-@ARIO.'ATOIT w..NI't _

l Timothy Wafers at: 5832 Begonia! I ....; 2480 I PONTIAC.CATAUNA __.........._..._._...... $2493
West 28th, I a.m.; 36th and ,lOll.01.011.a raMeR CARS.Ass JUST teNew WN.All cONDlTIONANO.ACTOIYW..ANTY. :.'
, -
i nourisheslike Miss Deloris Bosetta Sanford,- Materiel, 9:30 a.m.; 1IIdn.J'AlII '6a PONTIAC GlAND NIX :_......_.. ......___ $2"5
;: .... Church, 10:00....: talon tOWlST eeCIYOIsIwenp .WI NAY axon Owe to DAYI MUST
Mrs. ,
grandanghter Mamie '
U Mil HAS I'OWU &Aactacmc,,.
t.:,. Polite and Mice of Mr.and Ma. Daniels, Js a.m.j in char; Mrs.,.,. \ AUTOMAnc.I&H.OHI.. OtIVlUl / gerwri.........._ $ins
f ( David Scott was married to HUm.

Mr. Timothy Waters Jr., son Bishop G.N. Collins, presiding CHIVtXXITSTA..WAGON.. .. ._._ $3191. ,.
-. of Mr. and Mrs. timothy ! of the AME Church will a CHtVtOUT 4 Dl._.,___.__.....:..... $1791
ratere I/ 1 ardI.i' AUJOMAnc .
milk ; ; Nfy 5, 1&1\IOY/sltal@Iea All CONDmOtt..
I Jm. the .home of Mr. .llll1IrI. : along with the AME Ministerial' 61 CHIVIOlIT IMPALA SPY.cOUPI _A._$2395
JfcridScott Alliance I': worship at the ,ra' AUrOMAnc.1'OWU' STOano,
. .Midway AME Church Angnet2V
*... usurp Price offlrlatad. at 4 pja.; Tat taanortmit K euCmT aeA1t AUTOMATIC,POwse s1ISA"H.- $219

lI The bride was gtren. away by. affair a designed. to support' 6IIONNIVIUI _' ......;..;......___ $3199

I,. ,j; .her mole Mr. David Scott. ,the BufkUsf Fnmt AQ choirs pACroerwAUANnArMOSriewA0N'euct.waoowsawAn. -
, j. \f'...'. .;, ..","' Tat bride won an empire and ushers hart been asked R
I" 6;\. .; .t"' ,,.. gown of has aUk trim with to serve.' R.: S. EVANS
.- 1.-. ., ..It.. .. COM lace. Mrs. Claris Griffmwu The Building a4 Committee

$1" ".A,... '{: ) ' bridesmaid.Mr. Baric 01.... chsrca sponsor aSummer.TMfiaday. I '
yteeUYaeeaaeYAJ a k Y ? .1%-; ..., ;.t I" .: :. ;. .\ 1 Griffin wu test ... ,. August Ml from I 3rd & MAIN
A_reeeptlm$followed. ,. ..? J|4 to I p.... in the auditorium. .,. 'n4WtOflN7l9,30r.M.n4ejMBishops

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Grant Memorial -AME Church Plans Annual Youth Day For Sunday., July 27 J ,

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'Tabernacle Baptist j Natalia Elvis Barbara, Team Ups Rev M.L II tier Scheduled

I[CHURCH NEWS I Clubs In- Dual- Meet]

Workers The W A CUD Young of and Tabernacle Willing 1'To Speak At Morning Service

TRINITYMBSIONART> BAPTIST Baptist win observe their anniversaries Grant Memorial AILS Chnrch.927. Clay Rev A.J. Reddlck.

Belay School begins at ':30 with Superintendent Agnes Taylor Jointly Sunday at I 'pastor,will celebrate YonthDaySundar.July 27,with,programs
In chirp. Btr. Murray will review the lesson The morning p Mrs. Pearl Dcmfield and throughout,the day. Rev M.L. Butler will be the morning '
service begins at U a.m., with the deacons la charge. Tuesday! Mrs Ida King are presidents. ,\jspeuer.Afeature. V '
night at 7 p.m. Prayer Services begin Communion services Visitors will come from Program Committee memberswill
are held each fourth Monday at <4< p...Instillation services tor Macedonia Rev. W. Brlgg of the day will bet be: Bernard Reed, chairman -
tU pastor Till be In apsL The chtrch Is located at 70S West pastor; Bethelhem Baptist,Rev. panel discussion on ; Jnanlta Law, cochairman -
Dnralf W.L. Williams pastor. Sunday S 1 1E (1'Chrlstiaj"" Youth Making a 1 Gall Adams, Denlse
f I' School will begin at ':30 with J)" Setter World h an Age 'ofMilitancy. Adams, Sharon Baker Wanda

MT. ZION AYE SOUTHSIDE Mrs. Solomon In charge. Delegates -, t ." Panel memberswill Duneaa, Mercedesky Jackson,
Presiding Elder T.F. Shebee win hold the fourth Quarterly will bring reviews of the; be CarotyCbule i,Sandra : Gelzer,

conference Sunday, accordinc to the pastor Ber. J.C. convention.ffl Summers, Rooert Bradley and Vermalyn Getter, Cynthia
Bannerman. He business session will be Friday e1 Id. All. the morning service Rev. ,/Donald Floyd. The discussion 4'('Dawn MeltonlaFlynn and Terry
boards are expected to nuke their reports Jlnmle Slngletary Young will preach Usher Board begins at B p.m. Juanlta law jkter.
Is lien's Day chairman for the annual event oa the fourth No. 4 will serve. All youth ay will preside. t} On the Publicity Committee
Sunday In September.Abel out1Dto Magnolia\ Lake is scheduled choirs rehearse Wednesday at : The programs will get underway J I Mildred Martin chairman
.. l'are: ,
S.JO The teachers' ;
for lnpetttortbebeefitottheStewardsDs Wright member meetIng with the Sunday School at VellDatta

f 4 of the church, will enter local hospital for an operation soon meeting will is be held at at 64S.7:30.: Prayer L',':30,\ with Bernard ,,8. Reedy I : Rene Durham King, Alfonso cochairman King,
3 i Brenda Law Cowgee
It ST. STEPHEN AKE Educational classes are conducted T r The morning worship beginsat
Cheryl Roland
Sunday School begins at ':30 a.m. Dr. A.C. Madry and Us every Tuesday and + + 10.49. Participants will be Mclaughlin, Gerald Porter and
staff of officers will be In charge. Consecration is observed Thursday night. Mrs. J. Wynn, 1 i b'f S Y ,.Earl Jackson, Ronald Sashes Marian Reddlck.\

j'\ at 10:45. The morning service begins at U a.m. The recently. and Mrs.. H. Solomon are Instructors. H Romona WallaceVenette Rtner, 1 On the Music Committee are:*
g organized adult choir will make Its first 1 Shebee Florence
young appearance. Carolyn Sharon Baker, chairman Alma '
f Rev. Webster will preach. Board No. 3 will serve Mrs. 'COltOn, Patricia Reddlck, Hopkins co-chairman;

o Washington is supervisor. At <4< p,m. the Stewards Board will :Sharon Baker, James Roberts, Frederick Richardson, Betty; I
l f, begin\ at 9:30. Consecration is observed at 8-45 for the evening James Genwright :!Terry McBride Ramp Dawson Sanford Sherrie Weston,
fj. service Sunday at <4<:30 p.m. Stewardess Board No. I will j Jr., Melvin brlghtAnthoy Gwendolyn Weston, Wallace

meet with President Bessie Johnson, 1217 West 29th. On July Chairman Of :Elvis Presley and Barbara MoHair, right, are visited on the set of their new movie I Weston Gary Baker, DonneU Wiggins WtillamWestonJoyceWright I
: 28 the trustees will meet with James In of Habit" Weston Autley Turner. )
Genwrlght charge. -by gospel singer Mabalia Jackson Presley, who patterned his singing style after / Anthony Weston
: The Ways and Means Committee will meet at 1:30 Class Miss Jackson Is The evening worship begins at ?
p.m. ;rSl. Stephen AnnualJames'S. one of her most argent admirers and attended her concerts In Tupelo Donnell Weston. '
K 'meeting Is at 730. The male chorus rehearses at 7:30. Miss:, as a boy,Both were born In TupeloUniversal Pictures Photo. 8:<43< with James Roberta givingthe ., Finance Committee members I
> The Youth Church meets Friday at <4<:30. The dining room 1srf Genwrlght t has been call to worship. Leonard are Terry McBride, chairman;],
open on Tuesday and Saturday. named as chairman for the, Wright will lead the opening I ( James Roberts Jr, cochairman -

: COLbSSIANS Church anniversary of St.. Latimore, ,Singers,; Peace Baptist Revivalist I hymn. Cynthia Dawson will give,' ; Melvin Wright Robert
Stephen AME Church, Fifth and the Invocation.Pearlle Tremble Curry, Otis Williams Gerald:
ff Sunday School begins at ':30 a.m. with the superintendent and Davis will read the Scriptures, Porter Gary Baker, Alphonse IC&lzer.
% teachers in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the super Mrs Louise G. Genwrlght. Sponsor Bus Trip i Mildred Martin will read the James Golden. and*
intendent. The morning worship begins at U a.m. Choir No.t chairman oftheWaysandMeans Decalogue, and Bernard' Reed' Antley Turner
,1 will rehearse Wednesday at 6 p.m. Prayer service will begin Commute, which group Is The Latimore Singers, widely ; .will take the missionary offer- Usher Committee membersare I
( 'Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. The Gospel Echoes will give a program lending all Us efforts toward known television and radio : log. Florence Coston will make : Charles Summers chairman -

t Sunday, August 10. Usher Board $o. 1 will sponsor a trip to, the success of the program artists, have announced a bus t, announcements. ; James Golden, cochairman {
Jacksonville Beach Sunday. The bus win leave the church: at 9 On Sunday night the Battle of trip to I Magnolia Lake for 1 The BJ. Williams Choir of* ; Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts
t ;a.mN The church Is located at n$4 West 31st Gideon will clone Rev R.V. Saturday morning at 8:30.: A lit. Olive AME win be presented ,and Usher Board No. 4.
)Webster Gldeoo"winpreach small charge Is made for anyone by James Roberts, Jr. Sterrlng Committee members

MACEDONIA PRIMITIVE BAPTIST the sermon Rev Isaiah Ealback over five years old. Rev. A.J. Reddlck, pastor will are: Rev. A.J, Reddlck, chairman
Women's Day will be observed Sunday, July 27, throughout thet and Rev Arthur emu will Stops will be: Beaver and I give the Invitations. Bernard ; Bernard Reed, cochairman -
.day. Mrs R.L. Ashley will Baker 8:30 a.m.j 2058 West Reed will make remarks. Final
serve as acting pastor and as be captains of the rally. A ; Pearlle Tremble, Rev f
.chairman Mrs. E. Baker will be co-chairman. Sunday School program will be given. The Uth, :45; Palafax and 12th, :reports will be made by James F.D Richardson Jr. J.L. I 1

begins at 10 a.m. with Mrs. MLa Hallman u guest superlnt Citywide Baby Contest will 9.15 9am.; Kings. Road and Myrtle, .Y, Roberts, Jr., and by Rev. A.J. Preston, James Calhounj

tendent. Guest teachers will be Mrs. J. Jenkins, -Mrs. M.L. come to an end. The rally win a.m JefnrsonStreetPool, Reddlck. Robert Curry, Otis Williams
White and Miss Shirley MlkeL Mrs. Clyde Johnson will continue and each person will ':30 ami; and Dennis and f Group leaders are: Denise Autley Turner and Ramp

j review the lesson Mrs. E. McFergnson and Mrs H. Houston be given credit for what be re>- Yyrtls,10 a.m. Adams Can Adams AftanlaArgrett wDawson, Jr.
will be in charge of devotlonals... M. Robinson will pray. ports. Mrs. Alberta Latimore Is Faye Baker, Sharon-, .'

The speaker. Mrs. C.W. Troupe will be Introduced by Mrs. president. An are Invited to Baker, Terry Baker, Yvonne I lew I Redeem Baptisi'rayer
1. Wynn Mrs. Alice laDe and Mrs. bit P. Green will lath Join this talented group of t Brown Florence Coston. I

the offering. Mrs. Lucy Bussey and Mrs. M.E. Burner will bit Mil's lay SpnkirrATERFORD youngsters In making the..trip.TesWe Cynthia Dawson Leonard I
in charge of evening devotions Mrs J.M. Smith will lead thi. Ellison, James Golden, Alamo I P Meeting Held..,
prayer for missions. The speaker Mrs. E. Alvarez Mack, r Hopkins Mildred Martin..
will be Introduced by Mrs. Ada Brown. Mrs E.M. Johnson and All, Tilt,, Terry McBride, Ronald I

Mrs. F. Maddox will be In charge the offering. Usher Board.. ,'.. McKenzie, Bernard Reed, Prayer meeting at New
No.1 will serve, along with the choir. The church-is locatedat QUESTION: What effect does ,i -- '- _. __ Patricia Reddlck, James Redeem Baptist Church begins
Forest and Run. Rev R.,/. Galnlous Is.minister tenseness have on the speaking :Peace Missionary BaptlstCliurchVanBurenandJessleStreets,' Robert Jr., Carolyn Bitches, Monday and will continue

PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST voice? J.L.ANSWEB. Rev. D.B. Barnes pastor, will launch out on a preaching Jubilee' _Ronald Shebee, Charles throughout the week.
.Monday night with the appearance of the renowned Rev W.E. Summers Patricia Weston, Sunday School begins at 9:30
Regular services will be held SlIIdaJ.+ bechm1nlw1tll tile Sunday : Modern life Is like Sunday with Superintendent
Sims Miami.Rev.Barnes also announced that Chester Willis and Melvin
School at I 30, with Mrs D.B. Barnes in charge. The morning t ferry-boat run, and therefore Jacksonville many prominent George Ward and officers in.
preachers congregations and officers have Wright.
service begins at U a.m., with Mrs. Ruth Fedd singing along It creates within us ten cooperation. Mrs. Rub Fedd noted promised charge Rev. E.L Norman, I
'with the choir of the church. Rev BareeeW1Hpreach from the! sions. We know that we should gospel singer, will pastor will review the lesson
be beard Mrs. Green
;theme "Go Wash In Jordan Seven Times 8 Yon Want To Get relax and want to, but the twentieth for nightly. Dorothy "will be the accompanist Sister,Welcome. l Baptist .The ',morning service begins
the week and will be assisted by Mrs,. Minnie M. Hues
Well"! Chairman Hubert Grant of the trustee board Is asking] century man seemingly the Union '. at 11 a.m. with the deacons In '
choirs of Colossians
.OerfoUowlng trustees to meet with him Sunday morning alter doesn't know bow. First Baptist, Progressive Baptist, Has Dual :CelebrationsThe .charge. Choir.No.1 and Usher'
Timothy Baptist and others Hey; Sims will preach each
'service to complete the purcbuingdthe loud speaking system. A tense body cannot home a Board No. 1 will serve.District
Hubert Brown, Alto Ferrell, Mrs. Mattte Polite Mrs. Viola r' \. relaxed speaking voice and you night AU at 8:45. Singing and praying. will begin each service at Sister Welcome Baptist ;No. 1 will meet at 3.30 Sunday

Tate, .Mrs. Rosa Lee Grant and Mrs. Carrie Armstrong. ..I V cannot speak pleasantly unless 7:30.: lIIelllvlted.:: Church of Lake City will hold 'The evening worship service

The evening service begins promptly at 5:30 p.m. Rev. Barnes J your voice Is relaxed. The two anniversaries during the i begin at 6 p.m.Metrioriaal.
will be preaching Monday night, August 4, at Greenland In a tighter the cords the higher week of August 13 to 17 in .

v ',revival: at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. ;., "I; the pitch whenever you talk. Friendly Westside Baptist clusive. ...
More than this,your voice lacks Service wiU open with the
:: Faith Temple resonance and carrying power.a Sunday School at 10 a.m. The
' Card Of Tftsiks order to know when your ;morning service will begin at ,
Continues Revival Rev. S.C. Waterford above voice Is relaxed, one must also Church Choir Union NotesThe U a.m. Services will be held
will be the Men* Day know when the body Is In a at 3 p.... Rev. F.W. William,
To Sixth Week> The family of the late Mrs. Speaker at the St. Paul AME ''relaxed state and when It Is moderator of the First Central

Revival''services have been la Charlotte Commander Darrow Church In St. Augustine Sunday' n,*. This will make It possiblefor Friendly'Westside Choirs Union will bold Its five District win speak. Youth will

progress at Faith Temple for wishes to thank the pastor and morning, July 27. Rev. Water- a speaker to be on guard recital rehearsals on Saturday evenings August god, 9th,16th pre-? be la charge of the service 9
six weeks Elder Amos Dar ring, members of St. Johns Baptist ford has announced that a tea ,Against a tightened voice and 23rd, and 30th, In the main unit rf Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Sunday, August 17, at B pm.t
minister preached the first five Church, the many friends and will be sponsored at the AXE jtho ills that accompany It. Church 15S1 Lee Street at 1:30 p.m. Rev Benjamen Jefferson, A barbecue win be featured.
weeks. organizations, for their kind Church of the Master 5637 ,When the speaker Is on theltitform Lane, pastor with Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes. Mr. Marvin B.' I Busses will leave Beaver and 6
Elder Jerry Bailey Is presently -, expressions of l'DIPtth'durlDc Vernon Road, Jacksonville he will find It difOcm Collins Mrs Ruby .B.. Stewart and Mrs. Joseph P. Long:r Broad at 10 a.m. The church .
conducting the services. their bereavement. A note of where be Is pastor,Sunday,July to relax In a crowded Directors charge. .Is located on Old Columbia
On Sunday\ *July 29,Missionary; thanks' Is also extended to 7Jfrom 4 to e p.m Mrs. Julia auditorium. Road 341,four mile from Route
Mamie Scoaiers Leonard from, Holmes and West Funezal lull Is the sponsor. Mrs. Han READERS! : For my parliamentary The Friendly Westslde'CbolriOnion Robinson, Joieph P.Long- 90. ,
Los AngeleiwUl be,the speaker. Directors, for their courteous ,will present a special ..a1ca1. law motions chart, send will hold its Mass Revival Deacon William H. Cherry Jr., Deacon Frank Blue Is chairman
The public Is Invited. Elder and efllcient service. Signed: program, At I p.m. July 27 30 cents to cover publication Meeting Sunday, July 27, at 2:30 Mrs. Jesse Walker with Rev; of deacons. Mrs. Essie
Amos Barring Is pastor. The Family. the llarrts-YamgTrlowlllpre- and postage to W.H. Boulware, p.m. In the main auditorium of Lee McQueen Special Advisor P. Wilson Is secretary, Rev.
sent a musical featuring the Florida AAM University, Box Second Baptist Church, and Special Guest, Senior Choir' Paul E. Fountain pastor MR. HENRY BARLEY
Karris Twins and others. The 1100A.TelltbtsseeFloridaSOCIAL Callahan .Fla", Rev WM No. 1 of Mt. Pleasant Baptist dear
WHEN YOU ,ARE ILL Harris Twins will be 32307. Jones, pastor. Church, Callahan, Florida. In loving memory of our
accompanied by Bill Young,outstanding Mrs Emily Scbeffleld,Alfonso Musicians are: Mrs Mary Tabernacle Baptist one, Henry Barley, who passed
piano and accordion L. Jones and Mrs. Ruby B Helen Frost Bellamy, Mrs. away 1 year ago today, July
You Seek The Best Doctor SECURITY Stewart Union President will PlanAnniversary 28. Memories are treasures
artist. All are invited.Jweelfield Rebecca H. Lambert Mrs.. Hen
Wen Your Doctor Prescribes be charge.The Gospel Chorus Catherine W. Sykes Mrs.Betty no one can steal, death is a
get Experienced PharmacistsTo Baptist ?toKdo: q.... .of Philadelphia Baptist Church Williams Mrs. Ella Rate,Professor heartache nothing can heal. The

Fill Prescriptions according I i and Combined Usher Boards of Cass W. Shoots, Jar blow was hard, the shock I

To Your Doctor's Orders.h Retirement, Second Baptist Church will and Special Guest Musician,IIr.II severe little did we know your
We Use a y The Best Quality New MinisterIs Survivors, and serve u.'1D B., Collins at the The mere of Tabernacle Baptist death was so dear. Some may

Drugs Disability/ Inseranct.. and ..Rex. Eugene Gibbs assistan Console,. Church are makingplansforthe forget you now that you're gone,
: Rev. OliverThe pastor of Third1 Mt.ZIoo Baptist Annual Men's Day Sunday but we stall remember you
Proprietor: : .Church OWle!, Florida, will .August 17. Carswlll Norton Ischarlman. no matter how long. Wife, Mrs.
Medicare fr .eople tj.vr serve as Master of Ceremonies. Sidney Barley Is co- Alma M. Barley Laval, Diane,
new pastor of the Sweet- ; MORE LIGHT OUTDOORS 'ghatrman
Other and Ungston children
3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve Yon participants are: Mrs. ; .
field Baptist Church 9th and "Are you disabled' "Have ILoutuB.I Williams( Mrs. LP-gai lights on tile
I Harrison, Is Rev. v.. Oliver.Rev. front lawn and along the I
---A COMPLETE LINE OF- you lost your Job because yourhetilL Catherine Borne, Walter I
Oliver delivered two does not permit to Rev Jeremiah' way are decoratire and
you Morgan lISle Itllllt
cal.The friendly glow we '
continue It patio/l.
Cosmetics-Rubber Goods Candles: working your Robinson,, Deacon Perry Robinson '4ueU and provide
SmdriosJ'fESCRIPTI0r Two former members returned answer to these I questions Isi Mrs Eitelle Barney,Elder
Rev.1Oliver don for nfggbt-Qme '
to the church ;i yes, )'Glued tocheckwUhyou Alexander (Alex_ ), Elder Leroy and patties STUDY'' WITH DOCTOR IOIDENDr :
has asked for the fill
j CALLED FOR AND; social security offlc*. JaaesH. ,
co-operation of the Mlddleton Branch .
DELIVERED-: chin Manager, .
I Deacon Lake Stephen Is states that some people lose ;) I"DAM-li". _.v. ;.., Bolden has returned to
nan of the Men's Day pro 'i fbecauee tlaer1d1toobll *? TfJ ... r--.rt- 1 his music studio and accepting
gram. This will take place afta cag dtsabtd before j '
for the Fall term.
Sunday. Angus 24. be will reaf tiIf1inrepa.tpr.: ntand
they ask about
.Stir .
Lilly's Drug Corinthian Morgan has asked bnefits. (future. She askTno tuestlons but will tell y

that all the yong men remain A person should! file his claim what you want to know giving dates and facts .Erroll Today ..
0r manes Sunday., He to afler le becomes uuMttetwrk lovswhealth atf-talry-eOtos. U,
president of the 'youur men. so that his first check will be win,von find lost art. Tells you whom you will Plan J hlti l i 1I'uiW.! Accsrd a
jmanyand when. If the I Ito
I' one)'OIloYell true, what
ready Is doe. IIJddeIoaalIo ] .
NtftUiua anus edt : doTo be successful.WU1 o TLIINi.SuiIkiiICa7if
reunite the
IBUlhH I |Uf MONTHLY **Mlt>ff tr r separated, -t ,
LHI PAYMENTS! loving Memory of our sister,. be lost if the person waits more locar absent friends and relatives, and cause (.
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Latimore than a year' to apply. happiness lovers between man. aid wife,, Helps make *. ''.Slrllis, .
MAKE THE MOVE who passed away 1 year ago, ,MlddMoa explained thataper- up quarrels.I Tells if sickness and bad :+
TO FINER LIVING July 25, 1963. Gone, bet not, son is considered disabled if luck are natural enemies, or if there Is an evil .IrruiiirVictl.: Cudlap'11si
SOLD Influence. Doe*not tell topleaseyou.but will tell the trutlf.
forgotte *lgned; Mrs. Butlww..a lit..has a condition that prevents Onei i
ILL NICK! and Family. him from doingayplatutworh visit will repay you for disappointments In all others' She will!
and. is expected to last for at read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your I ..TECPETARIAL.: SCIENCE' COURSEBUSINESS "
NoM Y HOT AJSEKIIT least 12 months. Special: provisions TROUBI EB. Come and SM why you are .so unhappy, wbenf/ ADMINBTRltlOif COURSE' .
MOOS015P 3IEIIHM ,tr'th1Ic.1ItIDI to go wrong Why be sad and downheartedJlick
5. If TIITI apply for persons disable CASHSBSALES'CLERK: COURSE
and worried when '
N you can be helped and everything made
V' h hDLVISION&ZOthIST.atOP. C because of blindness. IKRPITALAIIM
1 p e1o e Devotional service :lear by consulting THB GIFTED COURSE
II a.* ) Additional itibrmatlos about Everybody wetMM. -[ HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM
Sunday School 9:30" a... BBde fills foe NO MAIL AffIU.RED I maktno: house calls. Doat; t, '. .
Classes Wed. and Su*. si t be disability payments alstake the aottes M JMf@8jgis[ located north of'' \.
may obtained at the Social '
ONE : 354- 6746 Security ,OcTJet iUlahan oa Uj8. dl, 1/8 mile from City of CaOahaa, Florida. Application Deadline, Aug. l9.
at Z1M West
Toe public is torte My lift Itnet'at Rtone 879-22M.. .
RAN P RKA C, Waanamaker,,Minister.ffJ8 .. I 7I1.lm. This Ceasl office-tebphcoe Is I ITATCH FOBHERSICNDIFBONTOFHOUStllAcrosstke streelfrtmSPORTSMAMMOJiliaSSs BOIDEHS'
WO to 4JQ Monday three* t .. ,. VI ; COUE6E OF'MUSIC$ ., INC.
Spires Aveniesi9913u : ,.JOtiin tI of to '
7r1 tK and ':00 ..&.11.. to 12.00ea 9" gM _....tl8J' W.20thStreefroo
; Saturday. mGUU\liQ\ t1j, rouTOLlS.ooki; ._. _. .w, 'aooh( t ,\ .'ff trt 36d4as.

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Take Strong Positions "For Blacks In Mammoth i Meet_ In Columbus 'l

Roligioa And dace Catholic Nuns Heads Cabinet Related Department Prelates Conned Strikers

:: R-.iCTII IB Roce Drive In Charleston.. Labor Fuss

iT. U>UB-
by Federal Judge Junes H..Meredith against members of the New Attitudes-Memphis Encounter of the
: militant Action Graft beaded by Percy Green, after Cardinal (NAME), a community COLUMBUS. OEKV-The Council of Bishops Summer Afrlcaa
Carberrt, arcj&lshop ol St. Louis, complained that "We sate Negro-white Episcopal Church in their recent 8eu1oa
.+, to be let aJUne.'" Action had staged demonstration at the etudatmty In the city's JL held mottTohlo faced the Isms boldly confronting

.', St LoslsCattedraXprot estinglhe'! "Christian racist-attitudes" sibirbs was kicked off this 'ouT nation today, Vitally U they relate to the Black

.r, of the parishioners cler0. month u SO Catholic began Community, and toot action mthesams.TheCamcU Sessionswere
bF the President,the it.Rev. O.L. Sherman,
,, calling on white citizens pna1ded
,,. MAJOR WORRY selected Memphis area com ,Presiding Bishop of the Tenth Episcopal District

:. NEW YOBK-Nr.A poll taken intone 360 members of tilt munitles. BlackMaalfesto.theConnellof
much discussed ship was given by Bishop
United Presbyterian lien disclosed: that the chief worry amonithe Project NAME Is sponsored like the William F. Ball, Sr., Prelateof

male members of the Presbyterian denomination fs.racial_ by "The Centers For Continuing Issued this statement the 7th District. The Hymn
discrimination. Race bias ranked third in a count of first Adult Education" of Siena Bishops for
the Principles of Preparation Communlt
place rotes only, but flail ta the count of the "three top College and Southwestern at "We endorsed We
Black Manifesto- was outlined by Bishop IB.
of the
concerns." Nudging net bias were sock concerns U poverty Memphis.
all of the Banner of the 8th Episcopal
and disorder... The nuns accompanied by 50Memphis t cannot approve
the Celebrants
methods but we endorse District. were
laywomen will ccntact ,
ti Principles." Bishop F J). Jordan Bishop B.
Aim and the
$2 MILLION FOB JO'ATLANTA0Pl.Tte a projected ZI>>.OOO homes, i "We
were: Thomas Prima, Prelate of the
F: ( United Methodist church's quadrennial Other
? ) Jane 23-Aag. a, to leave race
theStndentBeTolutlon 9th Episcopal District
r': 29>> ympathlM with
emphasis recently approred projects, totaling relations attitude questionnaires -
Students to Gttbs
A. : prelate of tilt
'. more than $Z million! to cover a wide range of wort with Black and, where invited, discuss and urge Carey
calm methods 13th Episcopal District Bishop
Aim ,
seek their by
people and other minoritydisadvantage\ groups. The highest attitudes and problems I
Violence.We William B. Wilkes Prelate
to ot
and not resort
amount goes to the Black Community Developer Nationwide with white suburban; home-
President the Srd Episcopal District
program, $1 million, payments of which will be spread over t ,owners. commend of 25,000 troops ,
three year period. The nuns,who are on summer, withdrawal
<. vacation from their regular from Vietnam and urge a speedy

,'" CHEAP AT PRICE assignments, are from ordersin pun out of an our troops at

!, NEW YORJt..CfPI-.ooe( member of Washington Square United 11 states and Canada an early possible date.

', Methodist church had a remarkable down-to-earth summation llrs. Fred Drlefus, NAME We commend the Supreme

of the need of the church to meet "reparations' demands by Board member emphasized, Court for sustaining the appeal
the National Black Economic Development Conference The "'lbe purpose of the programis of Adam Clayton Powell

church member said, "We are spending $100 million t day to confront residents white James A Washington, former Dean of Howard University, was installed U General Counsel The Council of Bishops went
.,',' in Vietnam. What this group asks Is five days of that war. I suburbs of Memphis .with the of the Department of Transportation this week by Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe. on record U endorsing South

," '' think that war and racism are one and the same." urgency of the racial and urban Washington became the first Black man to serve as general counsel for a Federal agency with strike In Charleston,
the citizens
crisis. Ultimately, we hope to cabinet status. Be will direct ft staff of 20 lawyers on Ms Immediate staff There are about Carolina and urges
FUTILE GESTURE enlighten many on the issues 100,000) employees He will supervise ZOO lawyers on the legal staffs of the six operating of Charleston both black strikers.The : and.

WASHDiGTON-ClPQ-A' telegram from the United Methodist Involved, and both challenge adn& | tratlon lD the Department. Be will, therefore, be chief legal officer of the Departmentof white to support the Nichols
Board of Missions, addressed to President Nixon, urged that and assist them in undertaking rtSwrtsttoBtJhe legal advisor of the Secretary of Transport and the Office of the Secretary Rt Rev D. Ward ,

the UA continue its sanctions against Rhodesia and do not, positive forms of action toward and tile final authority within the Department on questions of law. He will also exercise Senior Bishop of the Prelate A.M.E

under any circumstances, give recognition to the Ian Smith lessening racial misunderstanding the responsibilities of a Judge Advocate with respect to the Coast Guard. Washington was Church and Presiding

".' regime The message said in part. "The board of m1ss1081.1 ... tensions, and Injustices professor of law at Howard from 1948 until July Z, 1981,dated his new appointment, with the'' of the 12th Episcopal District, !''BISHOP. WARD NICHOLS:
urges... the United States continue its sanctions policy against In our city which is exception of a period from 1961 to 19(4 when he served U Chairman of the Public Service was Chairman of the Message Bishop Joseph Gomes'Head

Rhodesla..and be extended to Rhodesia's. supporters in truly a symbolic and significant Commission of the District Columbia.Re is a North Carolinian, a magna cum laude graduate Committee through which the of the Bureau of Polity, Bishop

Southern Africa." southern metropolis" of Howard In law and holds a master's from Howard in law.-Department of Transportation fs1atementswere. issued, George W. Baber of the tad
Photo There was 'sbaf'fobht Episcopal District, Bishop
t I I If (only for the Worship Service Ernest L. Hlckman, Prelate of

Ion Wednesday morning in St. the 6th Episcopal District, and

f : Mrs. Onah MobleyIs Paul A.M.E. Church, of which Bishop John D. Bright Sr.
y'Y 'TWO 'the Rev. AX Hughey is pastor,' Prelate of the 1stEplscopalDistrict

and the Rt. Rev. W.R. Wilkes and Secretary of the

". .los Angeles VisitorMrs. .host bishop Council of Bishops.Introductions .
The Processional was led by were given by

: '. MINUTE Genii B. Mobley, !6030 the Bishops, General Officers, Bishop O.L. Sherman and.

. Jus Court is vacationing'In ,College Presidents, Deans of Bishop John D. Bright, Sr.
, Los Angeles and Is the houseguest Seminaries and Choirs. The Attention was called to the fact

!" ; : AWN THE BIBLE.Vt of her brother, Mr. Ira .President' of the Council of that Bishop and Mrs. G. Dewey

CORNIUU i. ITAM Pill.MIAN C. Hawkins, St. Bishops, the Rt. Rev. C.L. Robinson were on their work in
e.'f. inn IOCIITYCHICAGO Before her return flight to the Sherman, presided and The Africa.tAn applause.and prayer
Y ILLINOIS MMS city Mrs. Mobley will visit Can to Worship was given by was given for them.. During the

I Y .A COFFIN Hollywood, Disneyland and Bishop B... Robinson of the' Introductions ofEplscopal
'.t: Mexico. Ninth Episcopal District. Invocation Supervisors, mention wu made

!e': FOR THE LAW Mrs Mobley is a teacher In was given by Bishop of the illness of Mrs. XH.
e the Duval County SchoolSystem Frederick D. Jordan,who heads Conner and a special prayer wu

God had barely given the Law and is a member of the Church the Church Urban Ministriesand given for her recovery.Announcements .

..,.'.,. to Moses when He ordered it to of God In Christ State Temple, Ecumenical Relations Including a
.... be put In I coffin. That's rights 338 Chelsea. Bishop Henry W. Murph of the meeting of theCondectional

:,' ..I0tueJ coffin. The reason for this is nth andl8thEpiacopalDlstrlctsread Council at 3 p.m., Rev Frank
t ,', that the Mosaic covenant clearly St. Paul Baptist the New Testament Scrip- M. Reid. Jr. president The
stipulated: "Now therefore, IF YE. fare,".Tbe ,Decalogue was led tloslng hymn "The Church'sOoe
\ WILL OBEY MY VOICE INDEED by Bishop G. Wayman Blakely Foundation" was outlined

If .. end keep My) covenant1.THEN ye: CelebratesAnniversary 1,of (the Mtt"Episcopal District. by Bishop John D. Bright Sr.
; '" hell be I peculiar treasure unto The litany of Praise was read Bishop Harold L Bearden pronounced -
StifI Me above all people, for all the by Bishop CJ1. Collins of the the Benediction
earth Is Mine" (Ex. !5:19): District. TIle .
11th Episcopal
.0: Israel of course, did not obeyGod's ( Exclusive Seniors
..j' Sermon Hymn was,outlined by
voice Indeed, but broke thai,
E.L. Hlckman of the
.. Law before Moses even got down Bishop
from Sinai. It was because of The celebration o f the St. 6th Episcopal District. Sponsor Big Party

this that God, in grace, laid: "And Paul Missionary Baptist Bishop ILL Bearden of the The Exclusive Ladles Seniorsare
they shall make Me an ark ." Church 3758 Winton Drive,win 14th Episcopal District
(Ex. 25:10): This word "ark" is begin Sunday at 3 p.m., with preached a challenging sermon sponsoring a party
rendered "coffin" In the last various churches of the city from the subject "My Friend Saturday, July 26, in the homeof

verse of Genesis and that Is its participating. Jesus." .B, pictured God's love Mr. and Mis. Turner 5624 .
simple meaning. But why did God On Bind ay at 3 p.m. two U having no limits and said Brait avenue. The public is
order I coffin as the very first churches and pastors! will be It could never be measured, invited A social meeting will
article of furniture for the tabernacle Jerusalem be held Sunday at 4 p.n. lathe
"For God's
present namely love never gives
? The answer IK To put the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orrs,
Southslde Rev. R.W. He all humans
Baptist op.
Law In. Read It for yourself:
1845 West 13th. Mrs Cora
and Ml. Olive Primitive sinners saved .
"And thou Shalt put Into the Jackson, as by grace.The
COFFIN the testimony (the Law) Baptist, Rev I.... Dlxson Invitation to Disciple- Brooker is president

which I shall give thee and put r. I,
thou Shalt put the MERCY SEAT On Monday night 1(". $.R.

I' above upon the coffin ." (Ex, .:Simpson and Zion Hope Baptist

25:16,21)! : If God had not put the ;will be present, along with ROT. .

fI : covenant of the law In I coffin . ; SEAFOOD CENTER
.... and met with His people from I (Mrs L. Williams and
i'I S'.' "mercy seat"' none of them ever I I'I'i Bethlehem Baptist and Re,. B.
:; : would have been saved.: 'L. Wynn and Abyssinia Baptist. 1 36 N MYRTLE AVE

: This Old Testament type has e Rev S.A. Badger Emanuel
: lesson for us too for if God dealt Seafood Center Tripli Crown
Rev F.W. Cnnuning,
.:: with us according to our works Baptist! Gen. Boat Whiting
West Union Baptist Rev. J.
none of us would ever be saved, Drum (

:: but "Christ' died for our sins," Ray, Progressive of Baptist the First and Sheep Note ,,.,,,,,,.,,IB. 49'Soli ,
.c meeting for us the demands of a Rev. H.H. Wright
broken Low, so that we might be t'Baptist of Jacksonville BeachwiUbeptesenttEachmlnlstervqi Water Brim
saved by through faith In l I 3911CAT
r".?;df His redemptive grace work. be accompanied by his official large Mullet ........................ ,... LB.SP01 .

4' Col. 2:14 says concerning this',. groups and his congregation.The ,, ."""" .......ALP, .... IB. 55* ,

"handwriting" of decrees that welcome: address'will be' FISH .... ....... .................. ........ ..IB.75'
; against us, that our Lord In
Miss Eddie MorreU
death "TOOK IT OUT OF THE given by YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER .. ......Ib. 89 i
and Betty Une. Rev E.E.
j'.j WAY NAILING IT TO HIS CROSS," Taylor kf Is pastor. Mrs. Rosa GEN BLACK SEA BASS ,..,.............. ,.. Ib. 59 ,

:.' and"But 7.6:we goes are on explain: Lee Baltic Is chairman Mrs! LIVE CRABS .........:........................Mb.: 89 )

FROM THE LAW. that being DEAD Basel Stewart co-chairman nee SPEC TROUT -?. ..... ," .. .. lb. 75' }
.t. 4 wherein we were held; THAT.WE, Miss Deborah Shanks reporter. Jh.98'11
SPIRIT and not In the oldness of Midway AHE .
the letter." Thus believers In

Christ are saved "by grace WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE
=- through faith not of works"
Lists Important NoWalt
but "unto good works, which God nclltAppnmdonSpotI'

": hath before ordained that we M CHIVEUI MAU8U ..H..?_..............._..._ 1279$
The Midway AMEChurca : CADIUAC DANDIVIui'................?........ $36'S
I B.J. Franklin ministerhas vein Aoo'
Miss Deloris SanfordHarries listed several important event 64 CADIUAC SEDAN DEVILLI .,.,???.?,.,...,, ... $WSUK
: ( :" for the near future.on'Satarday .HUpty ATtN s/eco67CADIILA000UM

July M, the ?:. ..?,'..'..?,,, "?iJ=
" Drucella Walker Club win 0 4 OWNIe,cien sums Muss ISCTIC wwoows
,,' ,, ,. sponsor an outing to Jacksonville '.6t CHIVY n NOVA .-.-.....:...........???.. $1195
Waters Beach. Stops will be made AUTOMATIC POWH STIllING FACTOKT wvuseNTT6a _
Timothy at: 9832 Begonia, 8 a.m.; 2480 PONTIAC CATAUNA_. ,12695
f West 28th, 9 ..11.; 38th sod' ,DI'IOIUNO'ACtOlYW"a DI Os ens.IFTpns ca. 'iAii'$ Nlwwm..AM CON'

j'}i nourishes' t' -Miss Deloris Rosette Sanford,' Moncrief 9:30 a.m.; Midway '61 PONTIAC GlAND NIX :_.???..?.......???.? 929955eHA5MPOwUTAa
grandanghter of Mrs. Munle U AME Church, 10:00 .....; Onion'and PIND,WIIlAYi. HAG n OYlI DAYS MUST
I Florida 10:30 .
a.m. Mrs.
Y ,Polite and nelce of Mr.and Jlrs. ; 6s MAUgu,. '
._. $1795
r Claudia Daniels !is In = ?
likemilk David Scott, was married to _charrp.Bishop OH1 opo m H.Mrii: 1iiii'-:
( : ', Mr. Timothy Waters Jr., son G.N. Collins, pruldlogpreWedthlsheeeteshdfs 67 CHIVIOLIT SIA WAGQN.: "." $21,. .
VIAUrauTC.sutroweIsTeuwo.AacoNDmow.< '
of Mr. and Mrs Timothy -:
; 'trlct! cube AME Church, win' 6)CHlYrOILr/DL_?_..;......._...:...$179'. ,
n I W Waters; SF., Saturday WV J, KAUroMuncWteowo,5r tae >>.AII CONOITIOM.. ,
with the AME
aloof Ministerial '
'Jn the home of Mr. & Mad *. 61 CHIVIOtIT IMPAlA IPI.COINS, ..._ $2315.
Alliance worship at the
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*.f. wore Price afti Wid. at 4 p-m. This laporautaffair '. "." 1, :. ,
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: .i The bride was given away by : M111;
in designed to manor*' :-."'nIP. 100I'.
IUet. IA"" "
I ft 1 ,))4 her uncle. Mr. David Scott. ,the Building Fund.:An. choirs -..'AC1OIYWAIIANn. r tCS' f
rfR \ The bride wore an empire ( "
and ushers have been asked. ) ;"
.. : ,I '.I\' .w: J.. .' gown of .Peai silt trim with to ,,",. 'r! ,.
/tr..(. : : f'j A. '';(. ..'t, ., gold lace. Mrs. Clone Griffin The Building..Committee {
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: : : "i. Griffin wu best as.. M: { 3-
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\ ttfBishops

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Grant Memorial AME Church Plans Annual Youth Day For Sunday, ::27 I ,il


Tabernacle Baptist' ;Mihalii, Elvis, Barbara, Team Up Rev. M.L. Bailer Scheduled

Clubs In Dual Meets
The W J., Young-and Willing To Speak At Morning Service

Workers cUb of Tabernacle
Baptist win observe their anniversaries Gnat Memorial AIm Church.927 Clay, Rev A.J. Roddick:
TRINITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST Jointly Sunday at 2p actor, Till celebrate Youth Da7'1IIIdaylo17; Z'r.with progruu

Sunday School begins at ':30 with Superintendent Agnes Taylor" .m, Mrs Pearl Demfleld and ,throughout tin day Rev M.L. Butler will be .the. moraine..
in charge. Rev. Murray will review Ole lesson. The morning (speaker.Arfearnr. I. -
Mrs. Ida
King are presidents.
service begins at U a.m., with the deacons la charge. Tuesday! Program Committee memberswill
night at 7 p.m. Prayer Services begin Communion services Visitors will come from of the day will be be: Bernard Reed chair

are held each fourth Monday at 4 p.m.Installation services tor Macedonia Rev. W. Brlggs a panel dlscaisloa on man Jnanita Law, cochairmen -
pastor} Bcthelhem TVptf, Rev. 1 ,.Tost1 .Ifat1Dr aDefter Gall Adams, Denise
the pastor will to In acut. The church located at 705 West "Chrlstlt .
W.L. Williams pastor. Sunday
\ I Sharon Baker Wanda
Dnval. Ace'ti Adams,
School will begin at 9.30 with? World an Jackson
I Mercedes
Paul members
Mrs. Solomon In Delegates
charge. Gelxer
MT. ZION AME SOOTHSIDE will be Carotyq'1)oydChula I'Sandra Caber,Shirley ,
will bring reviews of the I
Presiding Elder T.F. Shebee will hold the fourth quarterly convention.m Simmers, Robert Bradley and Vermalyn Gelur Cynthia
conference Sunday according to the pastor Rev. J.C. tilt morning service Rev. ''Donald Floyd. The tflscvslon 'II{Dawn, Melton1a i1ynDand Terry
Bannerman. The business session will be Friday night AU Young will preach.Usher Board x's begins at B p.m. Juanlta Uw ,j Jaktr. .

boards are expected to make their reports. Jlmrale SlngletaryIs No. .4 will serve. AH youth will preside. J j I On the Publicity Committee
Men's Day chairman for the annual event on tto fourth choirs rehears Wednesday at The programs will ret under ,I I ''are: Mildred Martin,chairman;
Sunday In September.Alms outing Magnolia Lake Is scheduled way with the Sunday School at :
5.50 p'". The teachers' meetIng Vemetta Durham, co-chairman
for t for the benefit Stewards. Dan member Bernard .3. Reed I I.
August Wright will be at 845. Prayer ,9.30 win ," :: Rene King Alfonso King,
or of the church will enter a local hospital for u operation eooe.C meeting is told at 730. .presUlnc. ,I, Brenda Law, Cowgee Mangmm,

Educational classes are conducted The morning worship begins Cheryl McClendoo, Roland
It ST. STEPHEN AME Tuesday and at ]10):4S. Participants will be Mclaughlin, Gerald Porter and
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Dr. A.C. Madry and his Thursday every night. Mrs. J. Wynn .Earl Jackson Ronald Sbebee Marian Reddick..
of officers will be in Consecration is observed Romona VenetteRlner I I
charge. and Mrs. H. Solomon are Jar Wallace On the Music Committee are:
e at 10.4S. The morning service begins at U a.m. The recently Carolyn Shebee, Florence Sharon Baker chairman; Alma I
organized young adult choir will mate Its first appearance. strnctors.! ;Coston, Patricia Reddlck, Hopkins co-chairman;
i< Rev. Webster will preach. Board No. 3 wW Sharon Baker James Roberts, Frederick Richardson Betty i

\. Washington Is supervisor. At 4 p.. the Stewards Board wittf James GenwrightChairman ':Terry McBride, Ramp Dawson, Sanford Sherrie Weston
:, begin at 530. Consecration Is observed at 8.45 for the evening 1'Jr., Melvin Wright Anthony' Gwendolyn Weston, Wallace
I service Sunday at 4:30: p... Stewardess BaIrd No. 2 win t Barbara Weston Gary: Baler, DonneU .Wiggins kiuiamWeston,Joyce I
meet with President Bessie Johnson 1217 West 29th. On July Of :Elvis Presley and right, are visited on the set of their new movie "Chang Weston Autley Toner, lWrteht.J.Anthony Weston
28 the trustees will meet win James Genwright In charge. of Habit'-tf gospel singer Mahalia Jackson Presley who patterned his singing style after The evening worship begins\ at Donnell Weston. ?"

The Ways and Means Committee will meet at 7.30 p.m. Class rSt. Stephens AnnualJames' Miss Jackson Is one of her most argent admirers and attended her concerts In Tupelo 6:49, with James Roberts giving .. Finance Committee membersare

g .meeting Is at 730. The male chorus rehearses at 730. Miss:, u a boy.Both were born la Tupelo Unlversal Pictures Photo. the call to worship. Leonard : Terry McBride, chairman;,

> The Youth Church meets Friday at 4:30. The dining room Is S. Genwright has been Wright will lead the opening;, Junes Roberts, Jr, cochairman

$ open on Tuesday and Saturday. named u chairman for the'. i Revivalist I II hymn. Cynthia Dawson will give j ; Melvln Wright Robert
Church anniversary of St. Latimore ,Singer Peace Baptist the Invocation.Pearlle Tremble Curry, Otis Williams Gerald!'

COrmsIANSPTJST Stephen Aim Church Fifth and will read the Scriptures, Porter Gary Baker, AlphonseGalxer <

4 Sunday School begins at ':30 a.m. >with the superintendent and Davis Sponsor Bus TripThe Mildred Martin will read the James .Golden and'
f teachers la charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the super Mrs. Louise G. Genwright is Decalogue, and Bernard Reed'' Autley Turner.

intendent. The morning worship begins at U a.m. Choir Not chairman of the WaysandMeens Latlmor Singers, widely will tab the missionary offer Usher Committee members F

,I will rehearse Wednesday at 6 p.m. Prayer service will begin Commute, which group Is known television and radio ing. Florence Cotton will make are: Charles Summers, chair
'Sunday at 7.30 pja. The Gospel Echoes will give a program lending all Its efforts toward artists have announced a bus announcements. man; James Golden co-chair-
\ August 10. Usher Board No. 1 will sponsor a trip to, the success of tile program. trip to Magnolia Lake for The B.J. Williams Choir of I man; Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts t
Jacksonville Beach Sunday. The bus will leave the ch'arch at 9 On Sunday night the Battle of Saturday morning at 830. A ,' r Mt. Olive AME will be pre- and Usher Board No. 4.

t ;a.mThe church located; at US4 West Slat.r Gideon will close. Rev. R.V. small charge Is mad for any iI.- sented by James Roberts Jr. Starring Committee membersare

Webster, "Gideon,"win preach one over five years old. Rer. A.J. Reddlck pastor, will : Rev. A.J, Reddlck chairman i
MACEDONIA PRIMITIVE BAPTIST the sermon.Rev.Isaiah Balbact Stops will to: Beaver and .I.give the Invitations Bernard ; Bernard Reed, cochairman
Women's Day will be observed Sunday, July Z'r. throughout the and Rev. Arthur Gaines will Baker 830: a,m.; 2058 West Reed will make remarks. Final ; Pearlle Tremble Rev. i
l .day. Mrs. R.L. Ashley will serve u acting pastor and as be captains: of the rally. A 18th, 1.45 1 ; Palatal and 12th reports; will be made t>y James F.D. Richardson, Jr., J.L. ] ;
.chairman Mrs. X. Baker will be co-chairman Sunday School program will be given. The 9 a.m.; Kings Road and Myrtle, Roberts Jr., and by Ref A.J. Preston James Calhoun 'I i
begins at 10 a.m. with Mrs. M.L. Hallman as guest superlnt Citywide Baby Contest will 8:15 a.m. JefnrsonStreetPool, Reddlck.: i Robert Curry Otis Williams f
tendent. Guest teachers win be Mrs. J. Jenkins .Mrs. M.L. com to aa end. The rally win 9.30 a.m.; and Dennis and Group leaders are: Denise Autley Turner and Ramp

White and Miss Shirley Hlkel. Mrs Clyde Johnson will continue and each person will Myrtle, 10 a.m. Adams Can Adams Albania ..Dawson Jr. .,
review the lesson. Mrs. E. McFergnson and Mrs. H. Houston be given credit for what te re>- Mrs. Alberta Latlmor is t Argrett, Faye Baker, Sharon ,
will be in charge of devotlonaht. Mrs M. Robinson will pray. ports president AU are Invited to Baker Terry Baker, Yvonne New Redeem Baptist
The speaker Mrs. C.W. Troupe will be Introduced: by Mrs. loin this talented group of t Brows Florence Coston. -
i. Wynn Mrs. Alice: Lane and Mrs. Arches P. Green will take- youngsters la making the trip. Cynthia Dawson, Leonard Ii
the offering, Mrs Lucy Bussey and Mrs. M.E. Burner will WIn Mil's lay Spnkir'ATERTOHD Ellison James Golden Alama Prayer Meeting Held.,

charge of evening devotions. Mrs. J.M. Smith will lead the Hopkins, Mildred.Martin.;

prayer for missions. The speaker Mrs. E. Alvarez Mack, tin Yes W. All Talk Terry McBride Ronald I
will te Introduced by Mrs. Ada Brown. Mrs. E.M. Johnson and McKensli Bernard Reed, Prayer meeting at
Mrs F. Maddox will be la charge of the offering. Usher Board .-. .. Patricia Reddlck, James Redeem Baptist Church begins

No. 2 will along with the choir. The enure*is locatedat QUESTION: What effect does Peace Missionary Baptlat Church,Van Barenand Jessie Streets; Robert, Jr., Carolyn Shebee, Monday throughout the and week.will continue

Forest and Run. Rev. R.J. Gainlous is minister tenseness have on the speaking Rer. D.B. Barnes pastor, will launch out ona preaching Jubilee ;Ronald SbebeeCharles Sunday School begins at 9:30:

PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTBT ,voice J.L.ANSWER. .,Monday night with the appearance of the renowned Rev. W.E. Summers Patricia Weston Sunday with Superintendent
Modern life Is liket Willis and Melvin
with the Sunday : Sims of Miami.Rev.Barnes also announced many prominent Chester
Regular services will be held Sunday beginning and there : George Ward and officers In.
School at 9:30, with Mrs. D.B. Barnes charge. The morning I ferry-boat It creates run within, us ten Jacksonville preachers, congregations and officers have pro- Wright. charge. Rev E.I. Norman, j
service begins at 11 a.m., with Mrs Ruth Fedd singing along fore should 'with the choir of the church. Rev, Barnes! will preach; from then! sions. We boW that but we tto twentieth be heard nightly. Mrs. Dorothy Green'will be the accompanist' Sister,Welcome Baptist The '.morning service begins

and want to
4 ,theme "Go Wash In Jordan Seven Times It 'You Want'To Get j relax for the week and will to assisted by Mrs Minnie M. Hines, .T n' ; at 11 a.m. with the deacons In r
;Well. Chairman Hubert Grant of the trustee board Is asking] century man seeminglydoesn't the choirs of Colosslans Baptist, Union Progressive Baptist Has Dual 'Celebrations .charge. Choir.No. I and Usher
.Orfollowlng trustees to meet with him Sunday morning after bow how. house First Timothy Baptist and others. Rev. Sims will preach each Board No. I will serve.District

(service to complete the purchasing of tto loud speaking system. ,! A tens body cannot vole and a night at t.43. Singing and praying will begin each service at The Sister Welcome Baptist! No. 1 will meet at 3:30 Sunday.The .
Hubert Brown, Alto Ferrell, Mrs. Mattte PolUc Mrs. Viola relaxed speaking pleasantly, unless you 7.30.: All are. Invited.Friendly. Church of Lake City will hold evening worship service
r' cannot speak
Tate, 'Mrs. Rosa Lee Grant and Mrs Carrie Armstrong \ 1' voice is relaxed. The two anniversaries during the begins at 9 p... .
the evening service begins promptly at 5.30 p.m. Rev. Barnes 'J1H your the cords the higher week of August IS to 17 In-

'wUl be preaching Monday night t. August 4, at Greenland Ins \ '<' tighter the pitch whenever you talk.More I Westside Baptist elusive. MeioriaM1I1't
( Services will with the
revival at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. open
: than this vole lacks
; ,your Sunday School at 10 t.m. The
: resonance and carrying power. service will begin at i
Faith Temple Cord Of Thiks m order to bow when your Church Choir Union Notes .11 a.m. Services will be held
Continues RevivalTo Rev. S.C. Waterford above vole Is relaxed, one must also at 3 p.m. Rev. F.W. William,
will be the Yens: Day know when the body Is In a moderator of the First Central
Sixth Week.. at the St. Paul AME 'relaxed state and when it 1sndt.
of the late Mrs. Speaker District, will speak. Youth will
The family
This will make It possible TIle Westside Choirs Union will hold Its five
Friendly pre-
Revival services: have been la Charlotte Commander Darrow Church la St. Augustine Sunday be la charge of the service
Waterford for a speaker to to on guard recital rehearsals on Saturday evenings August Zoo, 9tn,16thJ
at Faith Temple form wishes to thank the pastor and ntornlng, July 27. Rev. Sunday August 17, at 5 p.m.,
progress tightened vole andjtto 23rd and 30th la the main unit weeks Elder Amos Darring of St. Johns Baptist has announced that a tea ,Against a A barbecue win be featured.
theflrstflvt friends &Delorpl1raUc will to sponsored at tto AME ills that accompany it. Church, 1551 Lee Street at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Benjamen Jefferson, Busses will leave Beaver and
minister preached Church, the many for their kind Church of the Master, 6837 ,When the speaker Is on thelgtfom Lane, pastor with Mrs. Catherine W. Sytelj Mr. Marvin B. 'Broad at 10 a.m. The church
weeks. Vernon Road, Jacksonville to will find It difficult Collins, Mrs. Ruby .B.. Stewart and P. Long, Old Columbia
Elder Jerry Bailey Is prlaenUJ egressions of sympathy during Is located on
conducting the services. their bereavement A note oi yhere to Is pastor,Sunday,July : to relax In a crowded Directors In charge. .Road Ml four miles fromRoude

On Sunday,July 29,Missionary, thanks' Is also extended to 5 from 4 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Julia auditorium. The Friendly Weata1d 'Choirs robinsonJoieph P..Long-
READERS For parliamentary 90.Deacon
from Funeral tun Is the sponsor. Mrs. Han : my Its Mass Revival Frank Blue is chair
Mamie Senders Leonard Holmes and West chart send Onion will hold Deacon William H. Cherry, Jr.,
Los Angeles will to,the speaker.. Directors, for their courteous: will present a special musical : law motions Meeting Sunday July 27, at 2:30p Mrs. Jesse Walter with Rev.; man of deacons. Mrs Essie
The public Is Invited. Elder and efficient service. Signed: program. At I p.m. July 27 30 cents to to cover W.8.publication Boulware: .m. In the main auditorium of Lee McQueen, Special Advisor.. P. Wilson is secretary. Rev
Amos During Is pastor. Tie Faa1l1.I the Barril-YouncTrlowmpr.- Florida postage All II University Box Second Baptist Church, and Special Guest, Senior'Choir Paul E. Fountain pastor, MR. HENRY BARLEY .
sent a musical featuring the .Fla.Rev.W.M.
Callahan, No. 1 of Mt. Pleasant Baptist dear
Harris Twins and otters. TIle mO.A.Tallalla..Fwrlda In loving memory of our

WHEN YOU ARE ILL Harris Twins will be 22307.. Jones Mrs. EmllySchefHeld pastor. ,Alfonso Church Musicians Callahan are, Florida.: MM. Mary Tabernacle Baptisttie one, Henry Harley, who passed

accompanied by BUI Young,outstanding L. Jones and Mrs. Buoy B. Helen Frost Bellamy, Mrs. away 1 year ago today July

I piano and accordion 'CIAL'SECURITY Stewart, Union President will Rebecca R. Lambert Mrs.: ; planAnniversary 28. Memories are treasures
You Seek The Beat Doctor artist. AU ire Invited.Iweeffield S Chorus no one can steal, death is a
be incharge.The Gospel Catherine W. Sykes, Mra Betty!
Wen Your Doctor Prescribesget tdureias.... of Philadelphia Baptist! Church Williams, Mrs. Ella Rife, Professor heartache nothing can heal. The
Experienced Pharmacists Baptist of blow was bard, the shock
I t and Combined Usher Cass W. Shootes, Jif I
Fill Prescriptions according severe little did we know your
To Retirement, Second Baptist Church will and Spec Ial Guest 1Ius1c1aD,IIro Tabernacle Baptist ;
lid of
To Your Doctor's Order.: The death was so dear. Some may
New MinisterIs Survivors, and serve. MarvIn B. Collins at the
(Church are maklngplans forth* that
We Use Oly The Best Quality forget you now you're gone,
Drugs. Disability Iniettncj.and. .Jt,L Eugene Gtbbs, asslstan l Console.. Annual Men's Day Sunday, but.we shall remember yon
pastor of Th1r llU.Zlon Baptist 17. Carswill Norton Ischariman. natter
: Rev. Oliver .August no how long. Wife, Mrs.
Church PNiel Florida, will Sidney Doriey Is co- Diane
Alma M.
Proprietor: Medicare f lor .eopl. S5v serve ullaattrofCerelDOll18.. ; Harley, Laval ,
f MORE LIGHT OUTDOORS V Lair man. and Langston, children.
The new pastor of tilt Sweet- .. Other participants are: Mrs % :. Ii
3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve Yon field Baptist Church.' 5th and ."Art you disabled "Have I[Lotlsi B, Williams, Mrs. LP.front...lawn llghu and along on lift the patio driveway >> i I .i i

I Harrison Is Rev. l..A. direr lost because Catherine Borne, Walter
you your Job your are decorative and practi:
-A COMPLETE LINE.OK ;Rev Oliver delivered two health does not permit you to Morgan Rev Jeremiah cal.The friendly glow! welcome: Itliitlii' lisle SMuts

f sermons Sunday. continue working If your Robinson, Deacon Perry Robinson -' guetu and provide Illumination .
Cosmetics-Rubber: Goods -Candles Two former members returned answer to these I questions byes Mrs.Estelle Barney,Elder for night-time cookouti IOLDEN
SundriesPRESCRIPTION to the church. Rev.1'I you need tocheckwlthyour Alexander (Alp), Elder Leroy. and pardea.ADj.I STUDY .i1H' DOCTOR

Oliver has asked for the fall social security office. James
CALLED FOR AM? co-operation of the church body. H. Mlddleton,. Branch Manager .' -
DELIVERED-. Deacon Luke Stephen is chairman states that some people lose : I _. '. ':- Dr, HoMes .has returned to
.. his music studio and ts. accepting
tile Men's "
of Day pro- 'Shone'bcaasetkeywstoolonsfsThcosibg >> J. r'e.
gram. This will take piano disabled before I JSto will; rea: yoSTeWlrrDIi 4aet,'present andfuture students' for-the Fall term.

Dri Stere Sunday, August 24. they ask about disability ( She asks no ojwstlons but will tell yi .
Lilly's | ', Corinthian Morgan has asked lion I what you want to know, giving dates and facts : IflroltTodav
that all tile yong men remain !shonjd file"' claim .{justness aufmmlly-aflMrsf. i ?
Ber senrlce Sunday.' A 'ti r "IrW he btcoJae.lIIIIIJI'WWrt' ; lore
ntym Tells yon whom you will'Imanyand tluiyelaiYry J { Accsrlixi
president of tile 'I your ,men.Ml.mV.ll' so that Ms first check YiU be when. If the one you love is true, what ,Ito :
ready when it Is doe.Mlddleton .TUQJl.SulI..Criiflif
: do tote successful.WlUreuaite the separated -t ,
/ MONTHLY also advised thalbeneflts mey locxt absent friends and Felauves, and causehappiness
BU H of sister,. be lost if tile waits more fiiitirlmsTraitiiiStriiisCucklif
a u// PAYMENTS! m loving Memory our person between man aid wife, Helps matt .
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Latimore than, a year to apply. up lovers1 Quarrels. Tails If sickness and bad .
MAKE THE MOVE who passed away 1 year ago Mlddleton explained tIIat a per. luck are natural enemies, or if there Is an evil Itllrr.u.11l"lfd: ,

TO FINER UYING I July 25. 19M. Gone J tot not, son Is considered disabled ifto Influenc*. Doe not tell topleaie you,but will tell the truth: One) Ais*
SOLD torgottefc-Slgntd; Mrs. But" has a condition that prevents Ilvialt wUl repay you for disappointments la all otters' She will! .

ALL HICK! Williams emu Family. ,him from dotngany gainful work. read your life Ilk aa open boot, tot also help you oat of yourTROUBLES. I EClu:1.ARlA1t: SCIENCE: COURSE .
sad. Is expected to last for ofleast Com and see why you are aa unhappy,when rfUSKEB: ADMWBTRltlOif' COURSE : ,
NoMg IHJT AJJtklllTF 12 ....... Special pro- tverythlag.seems Why be sad and downhearted, CASHIER IALl'JrCLDX COURSE

M a4DO5P 5. ', 11111 visions apply for persons dis lick and worried helped and...1'J1hIIII1IIIde HOSPITAL AIDS! COURSE J.

N Verna'q4t 3IENNMEXP I, servk 'ableenlol of blindness. :her by consulting THB GIFTED MEDIUM Everybody HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM
OWkelon D i.... Devotional information about some." NO Mn- ,A1'fi1fJ"' I makM BOM* |**'*f. Yll.1 I ,
oN Baby J .Mol". .... Bible twit for disability payments the tddreiirlH. to&fjPtBjjIs kyattd i Apuptiatloi Diamlae '
Jue at I '
Classes Wed. and Smu to obtained at tile Social Ang, 19.MIWIC.
may 01 UJ. M, 1/8 mill from Ctrjr of CaOatw Florida .. ." ;>
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t S>uttoO..lti DO suuaa awe .or employees U veil u &Da11tr,although the sclentiue Make one 9-Inch cake
vlat you wile, and to whom. agencies to deride whose ,at.1II of gnphoanalysig was CRUNCH: 1 cup granulated
.butthat JOt Just plain write! cat1 should be ace."" ; only about 60 years, liiir Vt cup quick or old sugar firmly
effectiveness of ate, 1 cup :
8 seems that It li now possible Die fuhloned sugar
for your boss to hare assistance: analysis Is, u a Reportedly. .In the third uncooked 1 teaspoon vanilla
Then. he considers terminatingyour fecSiIiTuT bDR" at: B.C. Aristotle wrote. te tablespoons firmly
words are symbols of \pMked brown sugar 2 eggs
that t person's
employment! envelope ((1 os.)
...bat UM outlook It not quite, as individual and unique experience: ; written 1 tablespoon melted butter ornufgsrine 1 no-melt unsweetened
u dart u It might be at you finger prints! the symbols d spoken chocolate flavored
eta get help In determining "Your handwriting is ..Just,as all not Vi cup chdpped sited Ingredient
whether you have made a good mind-writing," Martin : the same'speech sounds,' peanut 1M cups sifted
"catch" In tin nun and yon "Hie hand only holds do they all have .the CAKE: 'aO-purpose flour
are dating! and obeys the com writing" Itt cups boiling water 1 teaspoon sod
Charles Martin, professional/ the m1Dd."It Is an tofIJ'I History records that in 120;! 1 cup quick or old tt teaspoon salt
icrlpt analyst and vice president of the age. )., C. Suetonius..Truxpiflus' fashioned oats,
and director of Researchof "The way yon form of the first 12 Caesars, uncooked
the Handwriting Computer letters, your words careful studies of the ih,1 t. Vi cup butter or CHCREAM ICING BU'M'Ea1I11l11llneIOtt
center, has the reputation of sentences is an upre of Emperor
being able to give answers,to the kind of person yon I Augustus. Combine'oat
such question] and also todetect He said handwriting Following the prudhoe Bay oil I aw a'y For'crunch. heat oven to moderate (350 F.) shallow
roar social attitudes and not only hopes and the state has sought to brown sugar and butter until crumbly. Place about 10
also drives its oil holdings by baking Heat 1n preheated oven ((35001"
aptitudes in the field of per- purposes { ) pan. occasionally. Cool 15 minutes, toes lightly
sonal relations. tides. adjoining lands,under minutes stirring Reserve for later
Martin !has often been consulted People for u t If I, provision of the Statehood with a fork to form crumbl. Stir In peanuu.

largecompanlesabout teen aware that t of 1959. 11II. combine.Co.r .
stir to
water over oats;
the hiring and the promotion contains Important clues. For and cake let pour stand boiling 20 minutes. Beat butter until creamyj

gradually add sugars beating until fluffy. Blend In vanilla eggs
and chocolate. Add oats mixture; blend W.I. Sift together
BANNER FOOD STORESADGROCERIES A jLLdrr.r flour sods and alt. Add to creamed mixture;blend well.

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"YOUR DOLLAR BUYS baking pan. Bake In preheated oven (350OF.) ISO to 55
MORE AT YOUR BANKER: minutes. Cool IB minutes; remove from pan,cool thorouKhly.
".. I I I FOOD STORES" i"YOUR: Split cake horizontally Into layers. Spread bottom layer with
of reserved
small l amount
with a
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OLD CULINARY CARKIVAL-.Before returning to her Riverside (Call&kia))home,
iiYiiWESTIlUIBEE"LB.I49 after spending a year In New York u the 1968-69 National College Queen, Valerie Dkkerson
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'Queen Pageant. Receiving one of Valerie's"West-CoastSpecials"Is Edwin K. Wiley, manager
REGULAR DRIP of public Information for CPC International, Best Foods' parent company. Some tips from v
ELECTRIC PERK Valerie on cooking hamburgers: If you like them Juicy, don't overmlx, and don't shape them
too firmly. Cook them at a moderate pace-.and don't overcook..Three to five minutes on
FQLCERS ALL FLAVOR each side Is plenty. She also suggests that yon use a ring or large size cookie cutter to get yy

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IKiL PKG.TIDE Dutch chocolate mix (all threein water Into pan to s depth of,about 1/4 Inch. .. .
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cup sugar to serve hot, pourmixture until piping hot.
:,; ENCH Fl1D I Into a small coffee pot I,
POTATOES'Z1Z i> : I or a medium-size saucepan. -' ', ,- l Loin SlE: -
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, 1 t 6"k Trial's the unrest tad among ton-minded teens?tt's matincfaottlrts DEAR MRS. WHITE: My'
lvl -la matching or complimentary designs for romantic son Just returned from Viet
: : l ;i'1' twosomes. In feminine or whlmslca patterns for pretty loners. Nam.yellow Hit and I T-thlrU can't teem are to very restore : .* luuwrs questions about Yr
t i ir The technique Is simple-,some Iron-on tape a little tnmJMfiii them MRS. R. T. Junior Milt etiquette,
.UIIll'tfIIter-1hirt of Creslan acrylic fiber In one of the new. DEAR MRS. E. T.t I had a roomful MIl Int.,,,.. ,')01
bclg>>t and tanU10 colors. similar problem when my sonreturnefrom ;;
Okinawa. Boil bedroom them, freckle creams: can't helpr
V-neck Q.rye Jut sjvta my
Decorattof possibilities' art Girls often plcfc the hit shirts in a solution of % a MW modem look but ont much. Thosflittle dots on your
endless: with Iron-on tape, a sometimes fllltnf in the neckline cup Super Cleaner 1 cup NON- thing still betters me. There's face are caused by pigment deep
1 ten can write a name, a phone with bright beads or a enough chlorine water powdered to keep bleach I ahlrta and an ugly' old ttt amplp* running in your skin To lame your
amber or a iodise sign; a faiie scarf. Teenyhoppers covered for W hour. Place en.the cross die ceUlnj. How can I freckles in summer, though,use
ascot beg or bossy, applaud the tuneblrt-end-minl- contents fa washer adding disguise It! a sun-block cream: and shade
mysttrloos footprints or flirtations skirt combo. Sunworshlppers V4 cup detergent, agitate for A. Don't to hide it. Make your face as much as possible. .:..
"eyes, know that a sweatshirt is the 5 minutes, shut off, and let try In winter, when freckles pale,t...
stand Then wash in it a wild pop art feature of your .
Ideal bikini whip anyway, you can: almost cover :
Witt one .of the new products coyt1'1IPo
room. Paint the a bright
regular manner.You may have pipe .
which roses two fabrics to* slim-Upped types like the look to repeat this several times for color: and buy Marvalon ad. them completely: with makeup. t..
: ptIItr.srlt.possJbJetolroa of tilt shirts with Oaring bell- full results. heiive-backcd: covering In a Q. My parents ave planning ..;.:9
on trimmings such u ribbon bottoms. DEAR MRS. WHITE: My bright pattern to match: the a fabulous vacation for M Ibis .ro
and flowers. With a 111tJetYU' No matter theywearthem, daughter spilled decor. Cut out colorful: sections: spring. I'm thrilled to death but .ti y
,nlac> more variations ,or how they decorate them, mercuro of the pattern and stick: themon I've "re&d1'of more to put La
suitcase than could fit.Some :.3
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fad-minded teens discovering
art -
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sweatshirt my a conversation: / plecel) ?!
Covrtln' choose possibilities ,
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by packing ,
l sweater-shirts that art matchIng which never existed back in ths DEAR SOLUTION A Q.My freckle embarrass mt lots of miniature items and t ?
In style though possibly early or athletic-field era of : Sponge as much: u blcm"beI. How can
throwaways! They lighten'the : ,
w.atlMf contrasting in color to show sweatshirt degI n. The sonped- of with denatured equal parts al I ever get rid of them? load and give you more space 1
their intentions. The standard up styling bright colors and cohol and water. Launder In. A. Forget your freckle com: both coming: and going Buy ..
taf-ilMred, crew-neck pull- built-in easy-car factors of hot water with heavy suds: plex! Throe little speckles: are trip-sized cosmetic items or pour ;1
w E. ever Is always popular; the new man-made fibers-.all on a Hope I'm not too late as these actually: today'i rage, and tome small portions of your regular 4
short-aleere puttorerwlth babysitting budget, Join to make 'stains must be attended to girls even paint them on! If you lotions and cosmetics: : into unbreakable _...
Commissioner tad Mrs. David D. Jones art shows abort enjoying an srenttg ort which Is promptly. '
mock turtle neck Is the F1IDIb1rt the InaIIIrt Mill aim to do something about. plastic bottles.
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i a with all races today.--The Red Rooster Is known the country over for Its fine but gal .tSAVE
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1, l Alabama State College Gains University Title After Seven.- Changes In Name

Panels And Forms Centers Honored For' Work With Migrtals, "Stop Tests;,I" Historic. School Now Rotos

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On Vitae Of BrotherhoodDelegates

Says Leader Alabama State College of Montgomery was renamed for the
seventh time recently at a special session of the Alabama
representing undergraduate and graduate chapters Ala. State Board of Education. The school founded in 1874,wvs
of the national body of the Phi Beta Sigma rn.tenillJ.lA- TXBKEGEE WStTnTTE, named Alabama State University which roads along with

corporated, which will hold Its 65th Anniversary Conclave In -A Tnskegee called Institute for a"mora.ocloloist all the,other State supported colleges Alabama,a University
me Sheraton Belevedere Hotel Baltimore Maryland August has
M through 16th, 1969 will be asked to discuss u well u torium on testing until wt a every Dr. Levi Watkins Is president.In Burns Paterson;1915-1920 John,
suggest solutions on how, 'Brotherhood as a universal necessity clear what It is we art special Convocatloneere- William Beverly 1920-1925
can be made,a reality Instead 0( the myth it se/ms to be 8 a ,using these tests for." soon,. Dr. J. derrick: Hardy George Washington Trenholm;
c ywoeYmethodsotlnterpretinpsvequot; ) / plemeat- : Dr. Edgar Epp, director of Professor of Sociology, gave a 1925 1962, H, Council
mg new programs la political and social actions, so that the behavioral science research at brief resume of the school's Trenholm.
Black community may continue to move into the main stream Taskecee institute was one of long and colorful history of Acting Presidents during the
of American life on all levels of performances and will devote several coninltanU partlclpatto names, scenes and location sick leave of President .
attention towards trying to learn about the reasons for student la a conference here on changes. According to Doctor
west on today's college campuses. '(ildaice and counseling Hardy the school grew from Its
services for the non-college 1874 status u "The State
,The extraordinary r 0 gram' social actions and business In bound student. Normal School and Universityfor
announced by Dr. Alvin J.McNeil eldentaUy the national programs -' Counselor and school administration Colored Students and
National President of of Phi Beta Sigma will from fire southern Teachers" to a very modem

the 55 year old National Greek be presented to the national ths state participated: In the three- ,and widely acclaimed education
Lettered Black Collegiate body during our stay in Balti! + day conference sponsoredbytte and liberal arts Institution.

organization, will be hosted by more." School of Education In cooperation December 6, 1871. theState
the members of Zeta Sigma A day d discussions on how with the International Paper Board of Education of Alabama
Capter of Phi Beta Sigma of best undergraduate members of s Company Foundation. authorized through Enactment
Baltimore, of which Attorney the fraternity can function In the Epps told the conference that No. IT the establishment of
U, Theodore Hayes is Presi ''general administration of the "intil ve can educate "The State Normal School and
dent. Fraternity Is of paramount.Im community leaders and University For Colored

"Recent reaction In dissatisfaction .portance to the membership.A Jo.- ( teachers now to we basic and Students andTeaehers'at
with the apparent change featuredthedayzendesvors tests materials ire should stop! Marlon.
Dennis Mason, center Coordinator for the NT State Department of Health, was recently Be said the correct 25 1887 th sr
In policv'ln the present administration will be presentations of reasons; testing. On February ,
honored for the NY State Department d Health by "21" Brand, Inc., Importer of BaHantine
In Washington in :for and against student unrest usage d tests would be to use State Legislature: of Alabama
Scotch and the Amsterdam News for for his fellowmen. Here Mason
extraordinary concern
to Educational guidelines which: will them only for diagonastic par- authorized the discontinuance
regards on college campuses, Is accepting the plaque from Kermit Axel, vice-president of 2L John Enoch also of the Marion and the :.DR. LEYIWATKDB
CoacIaY..l1teIt school at
as well as an attemptto be told to the ,poses. the
looks Harshe-Rotman Drnck Photo.
water down the Civil Rights is' by the nodergrads. Two I company and "A test should simply tell a; ,establishment of "The Alabama Trenholm were Dr. Robert C.,
Toting Act of 1965, makes it speakers for and two against teacher what a child needs to Colored Peoples 11D1Y1rsltr..ata Hatch from January L. 1962,,
[Imperative for our delegates the new thrust In student militancy know or where to start teaching suitable location. The first' to September 30, 196, and Dr.
ko take a new look I:at the current chosen by under Black Power Civil Rights Roundup [him/' Epps declared. Epps session of this "Alabama Led Watkins from October 1,
administration, that Sigma men graduates will be interviewed (who will be rlsltlngprofessor Colored People's University" 1962 to December 31, 1962.
come ,forward/ with new by Dr. J. Neil Armstrong, 'at Harvard University later this was opened at Montgomery on Since assuming% the role of.,
courses in political and social National Director of Education Confab Closes DEPARTMENTAL BIAS summer suggested that tests October 3, 1887. In February President of Alabama State,

actions that will protect and Dr. Austin E. Greanx, National EVANSTON, HLNPI)-A recent hearing conducted by the :could stimulate a new kind of '-,1888, they! State Supreme Court Doctor Watkins has been very
respect the rights of the Black Director of Undergraduate local Human Relations commission beard charges of bias education In a sense education of Alabama decreed that money instrumental In "blazing the
community In our society."Dr., Affairs; Dr. Felix Brown, In BermudaHAMILTON leveled against the police department by a spokesman for the wool learn bow to teach could l not be drawn from the trail" that led to the current
McNeil said. Because we feel former past National President suburb's 14 Black policemen. In his testimony Lt. William children who have deficiencies public However a University height. The physical
the new change In direction d Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity/: BermudaThefirst Logan charged that Black officers: are not given specialized rather than what he said Is university. the school plant has almost doubled in the
is dangerous to the wen being and Oscar Morgan, Western regional black power conference '. training as frequently as white officers, that there tea the current practice of "non- continued tooperate on the basis last five years.
of Black American, remained Regional Director d Sigma ended a four-day meetIng "discrepancy" In the disciplinary action taken against Blacks teaching or Ignoring children of contributions and tuition in-' Simultaneously'to' advent1
unchallenged. I have redirectedthe is that u a result over the weekend In the, who have deficiencies." come. In February 1889 the '
"U hoped, and whites with whites getting off more easily; and that of the College becoming a Universlty -
course of this 55th Conclave of this discussions our understanding resort island of Bermuda. )ele- Black officers are "exclusively" assigned to Black areas and Epps also favored an elimination State Legislature established ; an announcement was ,
to develop resolutions of, of the whys and wherefores gates described it as a great not rotated to the other posts as are their white counter- of tests as a prerequisiteto "The State Normal School for received that the College was,
new courses d actions commensurate of Student Unrest will achievement. getting Jobs because he said Colored Students." On May 8, I being granted the assurance of anew
with the reality of be enhanced In new communica Black power spokesman "they holdlngusback..Tests 1889, the Board for "The State women's dormitory and
the times. tions.' Dr. McNeil said. ,Roosevelt Brown said steps SPEAKS UP are currently being used todls-. Normal School for Colored complete renovation of another
To this end. I have asked "It Is hoped,'; our National Directors of Social; a college student andSecond National black power organization accused of "falling to enforce fully civil rights sections of he asserted.In donation of $3,300 In money and would be of the High Rise
Actions Education and Bigger Vice President of Sigma, but details are being kept federal welfare laws. The accusation came from Rep. the opening session of the a campus site of 6 1/2 acres variety housing approximatelythree

and Better Business to come'.said, ."That we will be able secret. Besatdanotherregional William L. Dawson (CD-4D.) chairman of the House government conference, a North Carolina located east of South Jackson, hundred (300) students,
forth with new'programs ofdirections to bridge the generation gap1 conference will be held next operations com tt... In a letter to the President, i Negro legislator challenged the between Tuscaloosa and similar to the one being constructed -
In their particular at an unspecified location. with the nature of change and Thurman Streets in the City
of view
t t: and get our points concurred in by the other eight Black Congressmen, Dawsonurged now for men.
fields or responslbllty. across." Brown said the delegates cam that school desegregation guidelines "neither be how charge takes place In the of Montgomery.
Panel discussions and workshops ,from the United States, Africa,* social order." At Marlon the institution
on new political actions, ******: Canada and the.Caribbean. weakened nor their enforcement be further delayed. Mr. Henry Frye, the first offered "the Normal Course"and

Negro elected to the North "The University Course."
Carolina legislature since Re- At Montgomery,only the"Five-
JACKSON MisSr scorching
construction, told the that Normal Course" was
militants who threatened more moderate civil rights leaders"and
"major changes dont just come offered.
the Nixon administration was made recently by Bishop about. Anyone who tells yon The alt names that the institution J. C. Penney's
Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans Stephen G. Spottswood, NAACP board chairman, during the operated Economists 9
that time alone will change the under prior to Home
.. ... asr .,., t six-day 60th anniversary convention which ended last..recently.The : social order either doesn't know the newly acclaimed university
m ; AME Zion noted that both the militants ,
prelate despite
jI what he Is talking about or he' status 1874-lmr'State
\ .- : : ;' :i; .: and the federal government "the objective of the NAACP Is misleading"Frye explained.] Normal School and University"; Gone are the "good old days"of
.: 1 : remains what it was in liberate the Black American Granny'i Monday wash.
< Be said a good cause may be 18874889. "Alabama ColoredPeoples
But with modern advances
from second class
: dl( citizenship.: when first
extremely unpopular University"1869-
#, > ,' have come modern problems
: ; : : f :Iit: ;, '
.. lIlt BOMB CLINICDENYERNPI.It presented, but Insisted that the 1929: "State Normal School for such as polyester, nylon and
.t. '''I> unpopular cause could be made Colored Students"; 1929-1948: fabrics'
: ,1\t/ ,.., ; w .<"f took some 100 volunteers, plus the police with'COI permanent press
popular If worked "State Teachers College"; fondness for stubborn oil
k/ ? and firemen to clear up the estimated $5,000 In damages
: tinuously. 1946-1954. "Alabama State stains.
,\ :
'" caused-when st bomb exploded at the Neighborhood Health '
r, i il/: .
for 1954-
', College Negroes' } These fabrics' "oleophilic"nature
,, center re c'D t 17. The clinic serves a predominantly Black r
I' 1969 "Alabama StateCollege" attracts oil to the fiber
: ;
: til and Mexican clientele A guard, James Ware, 46, lost a foot Hollywood Subsequent Offetingiwa4'authorized and reduces the power of
u a result d the bomb blast, which police theorize was the as foUawaTwo.J..r : water and detergent to re-
work of experts move oily spots from them,
: (@) colleppro-
V .
: Happenings leading to frustration on the
ftt '. ? GHETTO POWER THEKEWASHIKG'1'QN.NPIWbtD gram; home front and pleas for help

: 'n.. ] the National Urban League holds LEd. note: This Is the first Inn W2Wour leading year to the college Bachelor's program from the homemaker.Like .
.. its 58th annual conference at tteSheriton-Plaza hotel, emphasis series of articles: on various up-to-date) Sir, Gala-
'..,! .' will be placed on the theme, "Ghetto Power In Action," Among actors' reactions to the Increasing degree; Graduate fifth hads, today's technologistshave
1940-The year
: ,t" ." .', the array of speakers who win address conference are number of athletesbeIng Master quickly corns to the
; i/: Councilman Thomas Bradley defeated candidate for mayor d brought Into the acting pro-' leading to the degree of rescue. They recently introduced
,;;," { \ Los Angeles; and Rep. Shirley Chlsholm (D. -N.Y.--tIIe fesslon. This week we bear of Dr. Led Watkins, President finish called a new soil type release.of fabric Soil
first Black woman to win election to Congress.
t from actor Sid McCoy currently
.y of Alabama State gave release treats a synthetic or
: f:,' "l OUSTER SOUGHT. portray ing America's monlous acclaim to the put resin-finished fabric so that it
,. CARIO, OI.-(NPI-The ouster d, Preston Ewlngls local' first Black ,Secretary of Defense presldentad the Institution. will give up both oiland
< >*"Yl J Jijf NAACP president, Is being sought by a local group, which In the movie, "Co They were, as he noted."Very water-borne soils and stains in
} ;' includes many members of the recently organized all-white lossus.. ) instrumental bringing educational one washing using normal
; United Citizens for Community Action organization.The group One of the many responses incentive to the Negro amounts of detergent It does

at a mass meeting attended by 350-400 Carlo residents to this vogue Is voiced by actor In Alabama. He also said, not washing interfere temperatures.with performance a
l approved sending a letter to Roy Wilkins national NAACP Sid McCoy himself an Immigrant '"As President of Alabama properties in a garment.

.vs president, asking that Ewing be replaced. The letter charged from another Job field.prefer State, he would accept the passIng -; But. soil release will
". that Ewing had refused to go along with Illinois Atty-G lOrd certainly ,"McCoy of the University torch to only work when you the
v".a ( William Scott's ,request that Blacks end their boycott of points out, "that the system Alabama state and born within homemaker use hot water
L ? : Cairo merchants. worked la a fashion where they the academic desires of all, and the quantity of detergent
19 In a series would go after a man who has. indelible Impression of progress recommended by the detergent -
I POLICE CAUTIONED,r'CH1CAG0.NPIjAi. leaving only the ashes manufacturer.

E Charles Richard'Drew : ) official police bulletin, written by u. of achievement. Should you encounter special -
i ((1905.1950)He ) Francis M. Ward", .admonished policemen to use "ever The past presidents serving problems due'' to an
0'' ,I possible means" ft thelrrdisposal to avoid a killing when prior to Doctor Watkins were extremely stubborn stain,
'. making an arrest Homicides, looting, and property destruction u follows: 1874-1878. George pie-spot' with liquid" deter-
frequently have followed the killing of a clvlllah! by a policemen w. Cord; 1878-1915 William gent. ,.

the bulletin noted. .

found to OWN MEDICINE Your beautician .; '
a save professional '
way MIDDLE-TON' N.C.-(NPl-Tbe Ki Klux Han, which for so ,
f long has gotten away with terrorism and violence, has finally knows the answer. .. .
\ lives by saving blood. been given a taste of Ite own medicine.A KK meeting ended in a ',' ..

: Shootout between Klansmen and Black people after a Negro : J' $1 '
man reported that to had been shot at white passing the rally. ,
,' i I When someone' needs a couple of pints surgery at Howard University Medical Seventeen men, identified u Klansmen., were arrested,andfive
F of blood i for a transfusion his doctor School,Dr.Drew trained and encouraged persons were injured In the melee. '.

j simply telephones the local blood bank, hundreds of young doctors. Under his Is peroxide needed to ,
J and the proper type and quantity will be strong and inspired leadership, the enrollment -, COMPLAINT UNIT ',
? f' there in minutes.We take this(granted. at Howard swelled CmCAGO-CNPO-A Black man, ThomasN.DoddMhas been color unwanted hair
But what most of us don't realize is Shortly after the war, Dr. Drew was"named named head of a special federal unit to handle complaints of "lID IIcCOY. gray
r : thatonlytwenty.fiveycarsagothlsslmple Surgical Consultant for' the racial bias and violations of .civil-rights laws. Thomas A,
: phone call was impossible. StatesArmy.Then.ayearlater.hiscareer Foran, Uj8. attorney said the unit, the first to be created worked and labored an effortto \
j : It was not until 1941 that Dr. Charles career was brought to an abrupt halt by in a local Justice department office, was set up to give civil develop his craft. Bit I Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
". Drew,then director of the British Blood his untimely death in an automobile rights complalnents "the dignity and respect they deserve." think Fm aware enough of bow halr-and everwHght fading of natural color after chemical re
,'S Plasma Project introduced the revolt accident. Doddai an. assistant prosecutor participated in the twernmwflPs the business Is rm to reallMnXDHOb laxlnll- n dull a woman's aooearance and make her look older ,
: I tioTMry Idea oia central depmtwry for Dr. Charter Drew left an enduring investigation of fflTlocal school system?" \ tGlrlf thfl name of tnan are feels.While most vfljmeTf hate these premature aging
: blood-a blood bank. mark in many fields. He had been an the game in Hollywood. effects, .many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
: Drew's next step was to improve the outstanding athlete and coach, a magmcthodeofpreservingblood.Andasthe HE'fl REDOUBLE EFFORTS "It would be great If'' It were halrcolorlng which may change the natural hair color. '_ while
i : netic'speaker, an inspiring teacher and BOSTOlMNHJ--PedlatriciaaDr. BenJamlnSpocrsaysacourt the other way around, be continues coloring gray. "
first director of the American Red Cross dynamic administrator;'a gifted scientist ruling overturning his anti-draft conspiracy conviction will bat I don't harbor any Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of
i : Blood Bank, he supplied much 'needed and, above all, a skilled surgeon., make him redouble his efforts "to tree those hundreds of resentment, because we're all their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a
I plasma! to the United States Armed Memorials and monuments are unnecessary young men still in Jail around the country for resisting the faced with the responsibilityof problem-These experts also know that Clairol created semi.
draft and the Freed the 1st UJ8. Circuit Court of trying to further ourselves. permanent Care
I t', Forces' for that simple phone call war. by Loving hair color lotion without peroxide. ?
.. But It was not only in the banking of serves as a constant reminder' of the Appeals along win three PratdkRichard 11'11I"eYtrJ llW'1cu' vas came from another busi to color only the gray without changing the natural shade/They
i ',' ; blood that Dr. Drew made his mark. In momentous contributions' Dr. Charles to write or telegraph (. Nixon to stop the to this one. I spent IS also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical

$ ,\' t the J930', as professor !and.head of Richard Drew made to the,world. (Vietnam)war now.." oQ years u a radio announcer. processing. Because of Its mildness, Loving Care maintains
I a
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: KENTUCKY snAIOHT! BOUUON 1VH1S1CBY' NIW TORKNPO-Tne "Harlem Feet at ....1oDc I till at that there she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
, : ; c,, hl\ ': e rnort 1 ftm.ow TAYLOR p18TIu.EaY co.: KPO"T6LOU1SVILLI,KY.' special depleting: the role of.Black the entertainment -, few opportmaltles for, ltlackantes Elr are equipped with a family of fine Clalrol products
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Jacksonville. Kids Tackle' Phantoms At Emmett Reed -Community CenterThe .


Sports. Parade : Alabama State Time Out For Relaxatloa 'Trophies To le Awarded

KDQ 1CEDALHIW TORK-CNTQ- Sportsdoa ho a new medal to award ReleasesSports First ,And Stctnd Whim.The
athletes who win IB their various coapeUtI ,. It is the Dr, .
Martin Luther King, Jr. medallion, which wu first presented ScheduleC. I Jacksonville
to Tinning athletes and dignitaries at the International Freedom Whiz Kids win meet tie Westslde in the
Games Inaugural held la VUlanora stadium The medal, struck Basketball opening game the Emmett Reed Community Center Summer

by the Medafflc Art company was selected by theSports Johnson Dunn, director of League Tuesday, July 29, at 7pin;

Project committee Southern Christian Leadership Conference athletics at Alabama State University The second game will feature and
J to S ..
up; 13
p ai3
the and fast
has strong Cavalairs
Montgomery Just .
under 5 to 9:30 S
TOURING RUNNER i. ,released the schedule sports, y4Y against the Eartha White Center The ; : and
LOBKAN, Mlss.-(HPO.AlcornCoUgge'ffBrmtU tricksters, swimming, track lid field, Y t r i ''Crusaders. Both games are In the program is sponsored by
led by Dr, Grand A. Dungee.'haye reason to be extremely basketball, for the evening,ear.t the Senior M.'. League. The Jacksonville Recreation De*
proud of their team, when they can hare one of their speedsters On December 10 the swimming preliminary game will be a partment. h
picked to tour four countries with the International AAV team. team will oppose Tuskegee at Junior girls league game with' Julian Walton, Jr., supervisor
The choke was Kildrette Netter, who Is currently co a month's Tuskegee. On December 13 the the DurkeerlUe Flyers against (lof the City swimming pool ana
tour that his taken her to Hawaii and Los Angeles and will take swimming will oppose Fort the Payne Street Starr. beaches, is working along with .
her to Vest Germany and Great Britain daring the first part Valley at Montgomery.The All of the games promisetobe the Dnval County Chapter of the"
August January schedule follows: Interesting with many collegeand American BedCross! in the planning
January 7, Tiskeiee at high school stars partlclIpatlng. I of Its Water Show on JaIl
ASHE ASKS BANLONDON4PI.Arthur Montgomery; 10, Fort Valley I '24 at the Robert F. Kennedy
( ) Ache of Richmond, Va.,the ranking at Fort Valley; Florida AIM One of the players expected to Pool. The show will start at
American tennis player and.Davis Cup star last week demanded at Montgomery; JO.Albany State (draw many spectators In .' 7 p.m.Many youths from various
that the International LawnTtimisFederatloneypelSoutliAfrica: at Montgomery February: 7 1. roe Longworth, formerS ,pools will take part. Some of
after be wu banned by that country, which adheres to a strict' Albany State at Albany; Florida Edward College football and the swimming pools to be re*"
policy of racial separation. Meanwhile, Ashe moved on to the AIM at Tallahassee; 19 to U, basketball player. Longworth is :presentedare:, Holly Oaks?
$% ,OOO Washington> Star International <|BE1'p<' SIAC Championship at South the leading scorer for the Whiz ,Emmett Reed, Colonial ,Part
where be advanced to the second TenniswMpc plug! Pancho Carolina Orangeburg,S.C. Kids and stands 6' 2" tall. Beaches Aquatic, San Mated;
Castillo of Peoria, ni., I.S. 1-4. The track and field schedule -' HT Another star of the Whiz Kids I Cedar Hills, Johnson Church I
opens September 27 with Ala 1s 6' 3' Jerome Wheeler' ''YMCA Hendrlcks AvenuV
SAYERS' READYCHICAGONPiFullback bama State at Tuskegee; The | .. former star at Edward Waters' Jefferson Street, Saint Joseph!
Gale Sayer, the Chicago Bears remainder of the schedule 1 1_ ,< 'I" ;: :;: t Many fans will remember Kennedy, San Soucy and Alder i
super star, declared last week that his Injured right knee follows: October 4; Alabama former high school stars John man Park ..
Is fully healed and that be Is fit and ready for the 1969-70 State at Norman; AlabamaStateat 'Students attending the summer session enjoyed ocean water and the white sand of "The World's Dantcler and Jerome Richardson '
pro football season. "I know I'm ready. I've been working out Fort Valley; 18, Alabama Most Famous Beach" when the Steering Committee sponsored an all-day picnic recently. as well as Willie J.Sefrier O.J. Simpson f;
with weights and running since Jan. 6 and am sore the knee AIM at Montgomery;November Shown receiving the VIP treatment is Willie Brown, Delray Beach, the 265 pound Captain and Fred Davis.
Is U strong u ever" said Sayers. 4 and 13, Tuskegee at Montgomery of the 1969 Wildcats Football team The lovely co-eds from left to right are Yvonne Cook and Julius Gulnyard, i recreation! ,: May Barnstorm
Patricia Bethune.-! -Photo by Martin Gross. ,director at the Center said the

LOUIS' GOLF TUTORS DIES Indoor Track and Field: public Is welcome to all
IWHVILLE.NPI-.Theodora( ) (Ted) Rhodes, one-time professional -' February 7, Invitational, Garret ATA National, Record Number Of activities free. With FB Stars
golf tutor to ex-heavyweight champion Joe Louis and Coliseum at Montgomery; 28, PlayersWill Girls who will see action in NEW YORK: Football star O.JV
the first Black man to' tour with the Professlpoal Golfers SEC and Independents, Garret the preliminary game are: Simpson, along with Leroy
Association if dead of an apparent heart attack., Be was 58., Coliseum, Montgomery Hold Meeting Make Meet Outstanding Sharon White, Joni W. Mayer Keyes, Ron Sellers, and some
Outdoor Track and Field: The ATA National ,.Champion Barbara Lamb, Venessa Scott, other top players, has In mind
SETS TRACK RECORD March 13 and 14, Florida AiM ships for Junior boys and girls C a r 11 s e Hawk, Emma West barnstorming the country somewhat
OMAHA, Kelr(NPI--L.3. Durousseaa, a Soul Rider fromLouisiana Meet, Tallahassee; 21, Quadrangular from 18 years down, will beheld Entries for the American Tennis Associations National moreland, Lenlse Melvin like the Harlem Globes
set a UJ5. track record at the Ak-Sar-Ben racetrack Meet, Albany April August 10 through August Championships, scheduled for the DwIght Davis Tennis Center Cynthia Jack son,Mar vette trotters \
last week when he won 18 races on three consecutive 18Alabama State Belays, 15 at Battery Park Tennis Court in Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri are pouring into the office Allen, Lyndette IAmb, Vanessa They were among a number of
t days and 26 In five days.Faxons MontgomeryMay lands, and at Virginia Union University. of the ATA, Executive Secretary! at a brisk pace. Robinson and Barbara Scott. unsigned stars last week. They*,

Tuskegee Institute Meet, Indications at this date pointto from around the country; and I The summer basket league were holding out because of i
Football Star Feels Tuskegee and SIAC Championship There will be championship a record number of participants the annual tennis ballast 1 I will run through August. slowdown In salary negotlattlons.
Atlanta. The winner will be decided "
events singles and doubles,and for the 1969 National Title. championships day will be highlights
basketball schedule consolation singles. Entries have been received of this year's event. by the greater number of Simpson la making utuebeedIway ;
His follows: December ..8, George A deal from Texas victories. Trophies will be a- with Buffalo. Keys had
Styli Fits In With ProsNEW package is offered for California, North. Washington University
Invitational warded to the first
and second
Tournament; the fee of $36.00. Pepsi Cola Carolina and the New England serve u host to players and 1 turn down an offer from Philadelphia.
Atlanta teams.Persona. .,1
Lake place
; Forest Is supporting these championships states The entry deadline Is ATA officials .
YORK: College Football's all-time superstar, O.J. during their play Interested in
College Montgomery; Alabama and is awarding trophiesto August 9, 1969, and must bay will be bpened for this weeklong The Idea of the barnstorm
,Simpson of Southern Cal, believes he'll be area better as a I AiM volunteering their services
University, Montgomery as lag has rcelvdsomeaprova .:
all events and consolation. mailed to P.O. Box 1139 Danville tournament.
than be according to an article In the ,
pro was as a collegian, Miles College officials should register at the
Montgomery.And Players would have financial
; .current Issue of SPORT magazine.kl The entry deadline Is August Virginia. No entry will Another highlight of the weekIs : .
I ., : .January 2-3, Blue'Gray 7. Blacks should be sent to be accepted St. Louis. the annual tennis players 1 Center. Interest in such a team, were;
think with style I'll do for the ones. I .Tournament Montgomery; 5, Other1 activities now In session it set up.BuckyWoy.
my gamble long O.G, Walker 1005 Fifth Street, Arthur Ashe, Jr., will be one fashion show featuring Miss
,better In pro ball than I did think PI make less short yardage Clark College, Atlanta; 9, Lynchburg of the main attractions during Sarah Allen of New York and are: Ladles Sllmnastlcs,' Consulting Serf
,.liD college ball," says the outspoken but more long yardage. A Tuskegee Institute, Montgomery No Juniors under 16 will be this 53rd annual tournament.The James MaloneSr.,of Cleveland, Mooch Wednesday, Friday, 6 vices. Inc. president, said that
Simpson. "I always back should think TO every time ; 12 Miles College, allowed to play In the ATA naming of Miss ATAfrom Ohio. to 7 p.m., Jogging Club, ,Monday plans have been made for a
wanted to play pro ball becauseI he gets the ball, and that's Birmingham; 16, Florida AtM NaTlonals. among a number of.contestants Many events and affairs have Wednesday, Friday, 9:30 a.m.; nationwide tour. Woy said all
prefer the kind of style they what I'll be doing from hereon University, Montgomery, beenarranged Richard Children's Story Time of the holdouts contacted said
use., And I think I'll be used out." Benedict College Montgomery; ,Hudlin, local St. Louis ChaIr- Tuesday Thursday, 4:30 to S "Go ahead." #
less,' but better so I'll be In assessing his own skills 24, Alabama AfcM University, Tennis Star-. Ashe Almost man and the host, Tandy Park p.m.; Boxing, Monday, Wednesday According to Woy many
fresher and more Ufectlve. against the pros,' OJ. says, Normal 28 Benedict College Tennis Club of St. Louis. The Friday, 5:30: to 6:SO. stadium owners seem to be interested -*
In college I'd go for the "I always study other backs I Columbia; Albany State, Mont ATA Nationals Is being The gymnasium schedule tsar in the plan. He is Interested
first downs most o of the time Instead to see if L can do what they I gomery Boycotted S. Africa sponsored by the Pepsi Cola follows: 9.30tol2noonchlldrM: In using stadiums
of gambling for touch can do/Hie only ones I'm not February 7, Albany State, Company and Mid American 13 and under; ,1.30-3p-.m>> ., 13 accommodating: 40,000 or more.

r \ ,downs. In pro ball, I'm gonna sure of no-Gate; ).Sayers AiM I College tTDlyersl.Albany,;,',TalIahuSH KUFtorida) Nty YO2.. ;',JuljJ17-TNegro';, : <'tennis star.Arthur Ashe,' Volkswagen of St. Louis. .
and (LetO> Kelly; I tr ;J 14Fisk ,America's top-ranked, player, almost boycotted Davis Cup ,i
"I have good bands I can UniversityMont play in 19S8 because of South Africa's participation according Roger Brown
I Witch catch the ball. I can run good 2L Tuskezee -- -
patterns. And I caa run inside \d gomery. Institute. r.
This Clown and outside. My main: assets Tuskegee' and 26-28, SIAC Ashe, who claims that South wouldn't do. So I decided to Loses Weight Gin Tonic ?
are that have good quickness, Tournament, Tuskegee. Africa, with Its official government play, feeling that I could at
real good speed, and pretty Alabama will play many teams policy of apartheid, has least make a small dent In FULLERTON, Calif.-V.terll
out informed him that be would not South tackle Roger Brown feels tine
and stamina." of the conference In the Afrlca-wblch Ifelt would
good strength
.11.3.-$3 3 $ visa to eater the and Los Angeles Ram Coach
Shifting to his problems In various sports. be Issued a have been better than nothing.
contract country and compete theSouth Unfortunately.1 concludes Ashe George Allen is pleased he is

,JI 21.20 reaching with the a Buffalo Bills agreement, O.J.says ATA Juniors African open championships in the SPORT article, "South slim. He weighs 304
: "I have nothing against later this year, reveals his, Africa was upset in the quarterfinals A year ago, when Brown reported -
'i' the draft system. I can see thoughts on boycotting Davis and wenev.r had a chanceto to training camp, be
At Tournament last in the SPORT, bent the scale with 316 pounds
it's the only fair way. But Cup play year i test this strategy ,
1.!- k
i' : : 2' there has to be some adjust Flaying the Greater Washington article."I seriously considered F .

ment so if a player and a D.C. Junior Invitational playing in 1968 u my personal Superstar Wilt ChamberlainLost
,4 1. ,team can't get together, the Tournament the ATA boys form of protest against South
player has a chance to try else started off with surprising '
Africa competition, says
where" Temper Over Lost GameNEW
3 31 4- EsJ1 I victories. Fresh from winning Ashe. "I talked this over with
Simpson's business manager
Junior events
the outstanding
lot leaders white andblack
,Chock Barnes, agrees: "0./" in the New England Tournament a in tennis and,out. Some recommended .,.. YORK, July 17..-Superstar Wilt Chamberlain of the
-. 31 d. wlU help his team on\tie field Paul Farrow defeated a boycott and some, Los Angeles Lakers and his former coach, Bill Van Breda
and\at the box-office. If Buffalo Kevin Cryts Mt. Vernon, Va., disagreed At the time,It looked, Kolff, almost came to blows after a tough loss in the Seattle
Sometimes 1Ie'. ap,Sometimes. doe not wish to pay him what 6-1; 6-3. Paul also defeated like the UJS. would have to Coliseum. last February, according to an article the current I
.BVs down. He AddsSubstracblHe another, team will, Buffalo Stephen Laporte, Baltimore, in South Africa in the semi; 'lI e of SPORT Magazine
works It all around. should trade him. Otherwisethe the under 16 6-3; 62. Dana play The incident took place in the"both," says a Later player in
system might be tested in Nottingham also in the Under the SPORT feature. "It wasembarrassing
; ". "Finally! WIll President Bob Laker dressing room after the
/I 'II' 23. -19l I the courts. 16. defeated Bruce McNaJr ,of Kelleher suggested that we supposed super team, the for everyone to

Coming Attraction! D.C. 1-4j; 7-5; aDdADenmoant. could score a first by my playIng -. Lakers, with three superstars hear them screaming like
Chevy Chase, lid., I.!; 6.2?. in South Africa with our' la Chamberlain, Jerry West and anlmans. It was ridiculous The
72-2$ 132 let'A ooham' and defeated John Foote. team," continues Arthur. "He Elgin Baylor, had been beaten, I'guys wanted to hide!
Bethesda, Md., 10-8 (retiredJana said the USLTA would stand 114.107, by the Seattle Super. Finally, Bill took a step in
Farrow, II years old, behind me. Yon see, for that' Sanies, reveals the article. Wilt's direction. Wilt advanceda
MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED defeated Scott Kldd, No. 4 'pinch i we would have had the Van Breda Kolff, grumbling step, too, and It seemed the
ar son.., eaweru0.d. aw., seeded 6-4; II-9 to reach the privilege of choosing the site/; about his team's lack of hustle, physical part of the dispute
w ora.a finals in the Under 14 (passing and Kelleher said the USLTA suddenly found himself drawn would start any second.: Then
LET BAD CASTS LIE up his age event Under 12)). would insist on playing in South Into a shouting match with later captain Elgin Baylor
"ktns Days are Numbeired Casting for flah It like being Juan also defeated John Africa. Chamberlain. Wilt argued that stepped in and helped keep them
1Bea1th and Fortune can be yOGi a pitcher in the last game of a Morrisey Bethesda, Md., 6-2; "South Africa's alternative things should be done his way, aped
''when know{ your Lucky.Days! tied world series Every throw 6-0 la the Under M, Juan lost would have been to default the playing a low post near the Chamberlain and VII Breda
'you has to be right. in the Under 14 finals to Gary match, which we felt they basket, while Bill answered Kolff never did come to blows, '
Lucky Colors,Set. No matter what species :you, Addy of D.C. 6-4; 6-4, his la no uncertain terms that u concludes the SPORT article, I! Make it perfect.
Send $Z.OO for seek bass trout pike walleye first lost in the months
your or crappie this year. Dana Not- Sport Magazine Rates long as he was the coach,things but remaining '
Horoscope\ Gu1d'or'I I should be made as everywere tlngton and Paul Farrow defeated would be done his way with of, the seasont.ey: moved
AUGUST i the winning pitch. John Foote and John Chamberlain playing the highpost farther and farther apart.
Anglers who recognize Ibis ,Dart Bethesda, Md., I.'; 7-5 Mays' As Top All Stagy away from the. basket. I Extra
"Fill la toe blank below"and fact the antics are often of those frustrated fishermen by to reach the Under 16 doubles '"It was. emburusln2tor'. >* .... .. oc.
mail to ZODIAC Post Office. Box 1171r Jacksonville, Fto art of casting. But, according Zeal and Bobby woo the Under AllStar, according to an
'. to the fishing authorities at 12 thanjplooshlpby defeating article In the current issue of !.r.att....g arrwr......":"' iil! ., tl
i NAME Mercury outboards, bad east- :Jimmy Badges and Rick Plsand, SPORT Magazine l .'a :

ISTRXET'.A1EO"BlBTB come.Ins habits are easy to over. Chevy Chase, Mtf., ...'; 4-6; The article lists Mays u the i .81 00N'1narL110' ; C6 ILiaD TO .4 rj

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Feasral Directors: MeetA7W World OfJoob Gulf Oil Pmblisker hotel Where
Honors Jelivs Carter Dr. Kiifl Dial
T4ItP'M tam UHIl ea.Wentlmd tile Ni a1 :

hosted Dtrecton lid NynttHoaefltt IIortielaal"'oc.rb.lnU-Gorrl. GENE MARDO.PutH ,Seed For Dot
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Faseal hake 'S act1YWM Mrl y&. td for *ys ,CAN UBKAXT. DC., 124 pp.< HCMPHB, TWO.-A wrft of
A bit bat been Issnedgainst
$0.15 paperbackThe attachment
lid tllelr mmllle.Among
educational pr k1811t'. cover. of the book depicts the motel wore Dr.
:the convention will be the program Luther King Jr. was
,an "aagry young American Martin ,
breakfast and ball and the annual awards banquets.brtatiu \. .__
shaking a black fist lathe laced aid&
There w1ll be many DOtablI speakers: appear1Dl white America" ChaDC&ellor Charles Road Issued
new methods and Ideas pertaining to the funeral pro- White-oriented the writ on the fort...
million news publications
(essionT In nMlfon there will be on display over a have referred to members Motel to satlsy an alleged$1.-1}
dollars worth elautomottveequlpinentfurnlshlngsandsnpDllesTie with of the Black Panther party as 421 debt related to a memorial
Inside the hotelthls/ year, so members
exhibits will "hoodlums and "black to the slain civil rights leader
lOt have te.1fIn tile hotel to dolt the ffl-. fascists." Their supporters !j P.PQ Industries,toe.,[formerly

The mod eFWDc scesu pad events three-day tour, via boat, to call them ty first genuine revolutionaries .' known U Pittsburgh Plate
able to alltonventionera, plus a Co. filed the
In America sine! Class, svltagainst
of the convention
.Kuni, Bahamas, after the close 1771 motel owner Walter aUe,.The
Panther leaders (educated company claim It contracted
militants) Eldrldre Cleaver, with Bailey to enclose with cua'th. !
. 45 .OJ.S.1i ,
.A.L. FleMfif Chapter Busy P. Newton and Bobby balcony upon which King:

Scales talk freely and openly f was.. standing when he was shot.
liMri.BdnA t '
BJ-c JhOllA CS2Tt. about themselves, their often- '
nun, '!'be-Age oTZqnarlvs; at, violent, headlinemakingorganisations Ridel:
I BALLROOM Sunday July 27, "Black Panthers"The 1 Ddlroub1i-: .
..1969, I p.m. Modes will beDbrry t; book opens with a quote R ,,., Tuesday, July' '17 vOa sniper

;( Pierce, Sheila Pierce, [from Cleaver "It we ,cannot ..: fired at National Guard troops,
Gall Tyson, Joyce Bailey ] 'walk the streets in security lat pollee and sheriff's

Beverly Bailey,AlmetteColllaf Own you cannot waft don the. *deputies.: : ,The guardsmen were
Barbara Bvrgeis I,, street It 8tCVtJ.', CULT OIL HONORS PUBLBHEB JULIUS CJ.RTEBIIoat Mr. Cartel*M*..w and JotoK V 1I J ni"onfcol aiKx$J.\ 1 told..tq "return_ Qt9!vit41,4ti
Burma Burgess,Betty Burgess, r CTe fir Is a best-celling' Forward-Times Publisher June Carter (third from right) president ud publisher of tilt Mro-A rerr u cttiaa I rJII 'There were no arrests.
i tBercrly Ingram, Titus Mae :author, convicted rapist and accepts the 1M9 Gulf Oil Award for Outstanding: Achievement ,p pars is Baltimore, Washington and other::s3ptpj cttla.iBotkTIr. .curfew was ordered.Liquor and
Jutchell, Edith Wright, Young 196S| candidate for the Presidency in Journalism from JJ. LeSage, Vice President, Western MWpVaadMrTCaHer wets elected to file'HNP 'beer sales were hatted.

Groin Annie St. Paul Mae LutheranChurch Barlow.i of the United States. Reportedly Marketing Beglon, Gulf Oil Co.-TV. The presentation was /aboard daring theccnvention. Gulf recognized Ifr. Carter for, The sc pe of the troubled was

i and Banks of the Florida his wife, Kathleendaughter made at a Calf sponsored dinner during the 29th annual coorentlon continuing I advancement and excellence In the technical.and. the South Side where many
Amanda ( of Dr. Ernest Neal, : of the National Newspaper Publishers Association tutorial aspects wae Torwcrd-Tlmes and for majat tt: Blacks live. ."..* T.
Star will be one of oar featured a college professor),has Joined held in I'Iotm.llIUuoDd! (second, rightGcorlalelslator among the top black papers In the country la only 10 years The troubtarvWrrtSHWasl l 1
models She will also psrticlpate him in Cuba where !he Is said since Its Inception Revlous winners have included Mr J
(lend civil rights leader, was featured speaker at the d laer. .ft1D1e'l resulting from the Wckfig (
In the entertainment portion to be In exile. Mrs. Cleaver, John Sengstaeke, publisher of the Chicago Defender '
:From left are Frank L. Stanley NNPA board member and \la Black woman customer by a
of the program. now "with child," is communications publisher of the Lomlirllle Defender; Daniel C, KeanS nlorVablle E. Morris e41torpDeral.lIWIapr of the New Pittsburgh white store owner.
will be
Mrs. Valerea secretary! for the party. Oil Mr. LuSagt Courier
mrrator. Guest artists will be Relations l enr'f aegbdtye. Golf Corp.; ; :
EMMAWATKIN3 The couple were married la
Krs. Peggy Cheeks and Mr. '
A.L. Flemjfclng Chapter 14'0.45, John Spencer. Others will .1987.Background Information given World News Digest
,Mrs. Eauu WaWIII W.II.,pr.- model. Mrs. Ellen Porter will ,,by the author reveals Busy's lasrraaceataa I
seats- 'a FASHION AND HAIR be modeling hats of her own early confrontation BAHAMIAN: IDENTITY L t e e

,, SBOV sponsored by La ,design.. ., '{he police.IIIKIOIH AASBAUNP1)We) in this country must strive towards a Snobs Negroes
t.Coftfpres Beauty Salon,:.1.. Bahamian Identity-Integration..and superiority of one class .
or one race over mother' declared Sea Kendal lasers In an Il
address to the upper house recently. He warned that "the 51YS BisiiessC8ATT4NCOGA
I c1v.ohv tKfusplaa majority of 1Ihambw! having been In UecODd-CJaulltuaUoa. '\
i for so long and having achieved political superiority,might feel n tlSr; JHwtlh
they most act In the way the other tide acted many, many

toshop... e years&&0." [ ts,

seems to be moving In the:
direction of becoming! dependency of the wh1tt.nlecIIOTtra., + r

meats In southern Africa. Recently, President Hastings K,.
UAMNCHSti Sends suggested a direct rail link to Rhodesia, which wodi
In turn link with aa earlier proposed rail cine to Mosambltfl


Kouth Afrlca-NPI)..Prof. Guy Butler, poet
and head of the English Academy of South Africa last week
& & told a writers conference that while South Africa has some of s
the best authors, who have produced outstanding works, ->>/ Y luableBANKAMERICARDPricss ,
thing much is known about them because all of the authors are,
banned or 'hi exile. People In the republic have the habit of> K
j Keg. 1.99 samdal valuing people and forces In terms of politics or other pre..

OC lt1I111." t "r and tin. rd-J lj .3J .salj at:.,_.

REDS SEE YELLOW PERILMOSCOWNPQ II ', '!!Jt! II;,Ii .s'lil... ltk"S Osris. 21 i ,

-.Mao Tee-tug's China is being viewed by Edrussl airs
Mjrtlsl Srl s 'lCrI,1. ,
the Russians as another "yellow peril," in the ....e'fad1oau CLU1' DnocLrosln. .
was Japan during World War n. According to a report Tean, July ----- --- - - - -
toe weekly Literary Gauche, Mae Tse-tang is
newspaper .
WK Business cannot afford to ,
Rpff. 2.49 sandal* accused of"seeing himself U an Asian Bonaparte who dreams : RE6 113J&'B.SCOTCH
wait longer In rising to
of almost far the Black any
conquering neighboring countries U as .
., ...." the challenge of. tapping the '
largely untapped Negro talent J

JOB, BIAS ;pool which exists.Employment .
Is the key to the problem of
FREEPORT Bahamas-NPl--Charges) that local
i poverty and Intergronp relation
employers are practicing racial discrimination in hiring were .
e made In the Senate last week by Sen. Henry BoweL He aid ,
Clifford Stockton, 36, a
that t turn down the basis
w Reg. 2.99 sandal employers habitually Job applicants on Memphis Chamber of Commerce -
; ,:of _color: and nationality, adding that he bad had personal
staff executive, -
'dealings with such who had refused tlm presented
some employers
solely on the basis of his color. flypaper on"black attitude 1:95tlt
j toward the busjness com
IS 1:4,7 munity" today at a meeting of anErh ,

NkQ"" : t, .Driver Held For Harder' Merchants of the Chattanooga Association.Downtown '' u ,

'cmc.1O"lalh: truck charged with beating Herman I One of six Negro staff tAAEa
driver was charged here with;{Alexander Harris, to death on ,members of Memphis
;; \-:::: Hot buys on cool footwear! the .baseban-bat-slaylng of a" 'the South Side Monday. Chamber,Stockton.. the associate a
Little heeled sandals and flat Black man Just arrived from Harris u4 twoCOmpWODIIIadID manager of the Human
styles. Thong types multi- Memphis ft murder the Coat I stopped an -stile "IzfiIwrhobd I Resources Division.-created to 3ter,17.95
County State's Attorney called t to make repairs oa'tht expand business involvement
straps and lots more. Buttery- a disgrace to Chicago. car in which they had arrived I the urban employment crisis .
soft leathers..carefree vinyls. White Lynn mesh, SO, was from Memphis.As and to promote Memphis u a

Even some Italian imports. .... they attempted to fix the center for minority ..Dterprlat.Ja .
:' N-M.------- - -- -
Colors include white, black, 1- lose tailpipe, a mob of white "Business Chattanooga
I brown..and> fun shades like IDea came up, uttering racial faces a choice," !he said."Let IU 4.15
epithets, and approached the distrust and anger take its
orange,green,yellow.Not all arris.( Harris's two friends course, or. act new to relieve
styles in all sizes. Come early an away and escaped. It SEAGRAMS.a.

fcr best:-selection.) Harris tried to flee. The mob "Be an equal emloyer in
". encircled him and beat him with reality and not in your help .
', the! bat. Be died the next mom- wanted ads *
}:PO I la with Is GIN *. u. ,
COIITIACTOIS IOTRS' log _Mercy Hospital 4 man a good Jab
,ft21111eBtilISIM1SEOUYALICELIUEE60. I II a better customer than a man
i 411.lhSt.1I3U31: : Keep oven temperatures in the 3' e e
t 1J 1-: .moderate 300 to S2S degree Sill
._ '
Most 'C'Itle developed to serve
range when roasting meatModerate ,-
commerce end Industry But the '
oven temperature new town of Litchfield Park, Seagram'sExtra
JacksonvilleShipyards. will retain meat flavor lilli']' Arizona Is designed to give residents
i J juices, and reduce .hnnh the most attractive 75 Pr|
ble environment Parks, playing
I fields and ss+e ant
landscaped. ..pathways
I. : I ere ..everywhere'
]Immediately RequiresChippers IESr'nrlI'Tllii

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t BR TOWN HOIBEv VtoMsr* f<0

I Burners' Ill.' '.SII1II.: ., ', IE6/M5.
t Marine Checkyour problem 1

Electricians, "' tend 1OIrC.LUDmUOlfTBIPATH let us (or our other helpful MARTINS. i

4 iIdNdl. Pipefitters HAVE DONE vTOR OTHERS.
.' k ,Confidential and MO oM'g tl''j V. 'U.i
I let Class 7001 KEN KTOOTTDB. but If you care to send money. V.
7M-J479 any amount will help la continuing .
,, these good services.:
KSheetmetal' .,; "sln' 'U.-. .) It-SH,'' WOODBURY, ..1. i 1 SCOTCH

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Mechanics: ,

AfflVt i LOOKING( I Foi- : WAS: "
,.M ; : A CAREER '.. 5'49 I "'
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d44ptnHayst -- 5tli
.;, ,',; Entry level'productioa Jot now avaflahU i"rtnJill.i" .. .. .
b our-Out. .
rotatmf shift. MinJmsxi startmg pay M pet
;S i hside'' pi i adaadls-. Jr_ butt. raalAndy *adracwnt. jlasllssd apes.: M M ;
Vl ,, r iDIJ! with Las aa thallasd' tad be t.ItIJd oI"'wn., 3 $ 15:95: :

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Three leaders of the Florida Black Front group were arrested'
of bodily harm to 10 demands
late Wednesday afternoon and In Dunl
lodged County Jail on by the Black Front
charge of conspiracy and extortion. group
Prominent the .
among demands
Held under $50,000 bond each MOle ISZl
are Deals S7. deliver to the Welfare Mothers
Burst Place Clinton Darts, IZ. 1445 WestUth and Levi Wilcox,
$1,000 by August 15, 1969.
34, H BeUort Street.
At the outset according to .
VOL. 19 NO. 15 SATURDAY AD6DST 2 1969 ,20 CENTS: : Chirps were placed against ,the protesters when State body agreed to the manifest.
Attorney T. Edward Austin received sworn statements from 10 the situation with the state attorney I
*. *** ** Black ministers and other members of the Baptist Brother Its
***** ****** *. agreement
Wa+ + of Jacksonville and adjacent counties to the effect that they had The Brotherhood Issued .

ERi.YAJhKingDii li gJVfien: Drowrwl been Members threatened.of the Brotherhood said they had agreed under threat reproduced exactly as It was on Issued.BULLETIN.



RtV. I. I. SIMPSON : :
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JOXOH Charged Students Hack' W Citizois '. KV R. HANDED JONES ',..', '
Object ,
J, '.' t ,,..Id.n, ..t:

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With Cutting Warn President, 'q, > r,".: JocVioiwII'o! flcrlda 32209 .. 'r:;:

To Dress Rules ri .r'. Miom "4-42)5, A,.. Cod. '04 '... .J ".t..11

Woman's Throit I ON Slow Moves \., .,;:,.. .,..'i,1' .(/.'.

\ ,'f" \ ) ':;:' :;' ;
A* -year-old woman died Set By CommitteeMonday ; .:; i.

last Saturday when her Jugular WASHINGTON: Black leaders, ; JULY 30, 1969' ,: .'", .: .: :'/ : ;
heads of organizations, and .
cut with butcher
vein was a 4 :, 'rfJ. v.
(knife at her home, 1628 West night the topic mOlt gestlons u to dress and hairstyle Black youths, this week blasted / *' "
Thirty-first Street. jnportant to a chanting! group for the following year. the Nixon administration for RESOLUTION OF POSITION ;
Jf who African-styled speakers what they consider slothfulnesin
young people visited
Mrs. Fannie Mae Anderson
according: to Detective Strgeant, the Duval County School meat- walked In order in the hallway action or, as others put It, .

.P.B. Short, was on the living log was the board's right sag- there before the board. They .backsliding on promises to the To all wt.) ore cC".c-:'ne(1.(
complained of the presence of Black man.
ton couch when the fatality
r policeman. With them were Rep. William Clay, .Democratic -
took place at about 10:55: Tie: thac.1bo..s.oC of Jacksonville
p.m. Bi4ptistJrothEJfhood
t death.strock Appointed whites In sports Jackets and Missouri representative, 10)I
The woman in print dresses Inside the said, reviewing the happenings ,Dea '0OUntiee. Tpel ,that,, it ,Jla .n..jnecsoscry to ,publicly etoto "our .
'to struggled and from:Grunthal the living where room toncerned"board wa tackling'. 'of the 'put weeks;""yin this administration -*:--" +r;"'wc'taJce-in'reSard. to-ther.eontrontQt1on, -t t, o.'h8 !"
she was found lying prostrate ryx t the problem of dress. % the demands of the 'nenbers of the Florida Black\ Front Organization, Monday'July 28, ; '
A question came minorities andofblackpeople
la the street. She was dead on 1 I pertinent the'Cay 34Jag a Baptist Church*
arrival at Dual Medical from one of theparaders"Bow la particular, are falling
is the tact that I wear a muatac1le on insensltlvarttrr""The
Center.A said going to affect my education?" solan continued, ."It Is quite Thereon the Baptist Brotherhood is an organization ()

i that thirteen-year-old he'wu opening a son can of I Ih The school board remained evident. that we will have to sters of this city and surrounding areas! for tho primary purpose
beans in the kitchen with a H solemn in features. have our own flag over the ly fellowship, though our meetings are opened) to the public, for
botcher knife and that Jot A second question waji"Can't next three years, Implant lout' any end everyone\ to come and share with us, especielly in tho
h we put more emphasis on the our grounds and fight to holdIt.
Harris, 58, of the same address., > RJ than dress?" ,Nothing short of individualconcern and solving of problems that confront our churches, our
; took it from him before tbttabbing.
Another Idea was, "What you can prevent total repression society in which we servo) and ,
'* are doing Is turning out about or minorities." :
A 19-year-old resident, ofCourt 100 robots a year that will get Representative .Clay was not Whereas-, we did agree to haar the members of the org :;
E. Earnest Walker was a chance' to go to white alone in his attitude.Rep.Louis
do who to
snot In the 1300 block of Davis colleges. Stokes of Ohio Rep. Shirley as the Florida Black Front es we everyone comes our

Jut Thursday. Ha was taken to The new coda prohibits Chlsholm New York, and Rep. Tie tolerated and indulged their abusive speech and their
Duval Medical Center with a 'L xa mustaches. among the students. John Conyers of Detroit, all condUbt in order to fully hear their wants, needs, end demands,
small caliber firearm wound Some hare Interpreted it to Democrats, spoke out vehemently. deeply concerned nri involved with the plight of our people end

In his stomach. According to WVILA :mean that u attempt might be Charles C. Dip Jr. ways ready to listen to serious discussion, as to how wo can ,
Patrolman August Jones andJ.J. MRITATALLAIIASSEEr.The. 'made to her Afro-style hair of Michigan said ha planned to
Dee a man shot Jt'lku cuts. and} dress prepare a statement. In part, our people) and.
after a fight, then fled. newly. Others were heard. Locally, Mr. Stokes said, "It seems to
In another court action Circuit appointed director of administrative the radio gave opportunity for me that If the first six months tfhereas we did try to come to an agreement with the

Court Judge Lunar WlnegartJr. planning Florida AIM the expressions of those of this administration Is any Front Organization in on effort to unite our people, But, we
held without bond Is Tara Baldya, above, a native
opposed to strong rules. criteria of what the poor the
further to know that the Florid Black
investigation come
James Charles Thompson 44, of Kathmandu Nepal (India; ) uneducated and the black citizen
1938 Laura Street, accused of The appointee comes to FAMU, of the nation can expect, then represent the poor people of, our community but that they seek
beating his wife to death, and from Florida State University Go. ExaMiNer an opportunity for greatness,
Mrs. Mary Helen Pollard, 27, where ht received a Master's will have eluded the President." exploit their poverty and destituted. condition for the purpose

.765 Van Buren, 'charged with degree In business admlnlstra-! Slid Alcohol Cooyers said, "As for myself, a'riot of destruction in our city which will only help the

"laying her husband. lion He received his Bachelor any hope of reporting to Black of our city ,and bring even more hardship upon the poor, and
The Duval County Grand Jury of Science from Tribhuban University America that the federal
brought the Indictments these In India and llaster of Was IN Blood! government will move with community and,
cases, both of which Involved Arts from the University of more economic commitment or
domestic disturbances. London. The new director of more speed to overborne the Whereas the Baptist Ministers have, always taken the lead '
.::;.Thompson wu accused of the libraries, named at the same ATLANTAj-Tht cause of tht for
Inequity in the country,Is,Ids= justice for our people and the record will show that no one
c death of Peggy Nell Thompson, time by Dr. Perry, is Nicholas shocking and surprising death fig.Mrs.
33, whose body was found on E. Cayman, former chief of Rev. A.D. King minister ". Chlsholm emphasized through as many dangers and threats, even to the extent of

the back porch of their home on librarian at Dlllard In New civil rights worker and officer seeking help for oar".."style, and confronting violent, groups such as JOa faux Klan for the
June 26.: She was found to haves Orleans' 1fe.1J' graduate of of the Southern Christian our revolutionary politicians.Mrs. people. For fear has never been a factor in our decisions and
;=fractured skull. Morehouse and of Atlanta and Leadership COIIfere ce.1Iu Chlsholm told an Urban be) and,
':Mrs. Pollard was named In replace the retired librarian officially been solved League meeting la Washingtonthat
the shooting' of her husband Luther Thomas, Rev. King only brother of
"The time Is not far
away Whereas of the ,
we threats to kill
are aware and
27 track driver Luther
Wulard, a the lab Dr.Martin King when black people young white
)jrho was'about to make u out- Jr., had been drinking! when be people white people, old white the Gospel of our city, hcrrass their families and destroy
of-town run from tilt Pollard 'ilr.C.rr 'li accidentally drowned July 21 In people will force the political We will not, and cannot even yield to pressure in declaring tho
lao.... The grand Jury waseoinseled the pool In his backyard In robber barons of this country we know it) therefore,

by Attorney- State Atlanta. up against the wall"At
Leander 1.Shaw Jr. This startling Information has
the Washington natleonallmeeting
Be it resolved that the
The Circuit Court Jury found RiiustitedCoMMissioNer been revealed by the Talon of the Urban League, Brotherhood of
Lester Leroy Riddle, n, guilty County Examiner some 35 black students, some jacent' counties: reject the dcm&nds made upon us by the Florida
of first-degree murder In the According to tilt autopsy per wearing dashlkisand wearing end that any agreement m de 'with this organization\ has been
pistol slaying of a grocery clerk. formed since the death was African taMMrr'canM to the ,proper means.
Curing: a robbery attempt last ruled accldentlal. front. Mike Waters of Dallas
year. He was' spared sentence However, according to tilt lanced the orp laUoalor DOt
.of death in the electric chair coroner Rev. King had 0.27 being sufficiently among the Be it further resolved that the property of all Baptist
the Jury recommended mercy. TALLAHASSZE-Dade County per cent of alcohol ta his blood. grass roots. A t tilt meeting! long to,the individual congregations end. that the use of these
'Judge John M. IIcNatt did not Commissioner Earl Carroll, According to Dr. Tom Dillon, the young people Insisted on ,,can only be granted with the consent of that congregation and
Impost a sentence,since appeal suspended .for several months such u amount Is more than hearing the Black Mayor
has been made for a new trial pending an Investigation, was sufficient for the Issuing of a, Mound Bayou, Miss, who was Be it
still further
on August 5. reinstated earlier this week by drink driving ticket under present.. resolved that wo feel that our city
.RIddle. 1603 East 2Sth, and Governor Kirk. Georgia law. Whitney; Young Jr., said that, has not been responsive to the needs of our people. For we
James Morris Spencer,same Tht governor .acted on the Mrs. A.D. King and two though the feat concerning the are steps that our government con take to alleviate some of tho
'address* art Involved la the knowledge that criminal children, and Mrs. Corttta moon might be historical It that 'our 'people are under. For relief to ''the poor must be giv
same' murder case but art receiving charges had been dismissed King, widow'' of Dr. Martin Is mort Imperative that we take given now. We have said before and ,
we are that
saying again
trials. against MY. In the
separata: They Carroll Utter King Jr., WIn cart of oar-DttdllD.uclaareu
WIre cbargedwit6sitylmgGleaa The commissioner; was 'removed soon seas when tile accldenlhappened. Watts be no respect for law and there will be no order in our city
u Tbt students
William Bayer 31, 2821'' from his seaj on April' Tht funeral. held to listen to the white refused is Justice and concern in our government. We are calling 'upon

Prastron Street,uanattemptadt I when the Grand Jury Indicted last reek at the hose chuck, of tht 'Urban, James president; Lists, City Council, and all concerned elements of our city government :
robber to Brown's Super, Charroft and himconspiring where tilt minister assisted his, blish means communication
ova count Tcwrsj keynote address .was to hoar the grievances and.requests :
j Market. 3323 Evergreen, 'M: :CM of to father Rav. Marta ; ./"JJMJtd of
: poor our city.
Apr flk.v .solicit a bribe and MM count. ; : by ;
State ,wltneww.inalntaliwti: bribe. > .... King was for some years '
.:: .I soliciting a ., **:**** '
\ tlst both men conspired to told This was disproved. The cast' pastor o( the Mt Zloa Baptist' \ FLORIDA Yours in Christ! t
1II"roIIIIery.B&rer, who .bad ,was dismissed by Judge Carlisf ,Carve of Lovisvttlt. Ht CUM i I" STAR"
\ ,ft p ly a his bolster,was laW l I, ,ttedmaji Thursday of Jut".... '.to AOuia bttowucts* tratjlsof : -111'--
._ Baptist Hinis.ters
'-to,MaktstttalwtMrehedtodaderl. Heal Adams limeS during I BInterim. .e -JT' : /Or.'MarW. 'tr ,. '. '
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p 4 $ Men On The MoonThe

NEGRO pRERNATIONJ/ landing of men on the mom was an extraordinary feat,
'something only science fiction writers could imagine Just a

short. time ago.
I Time stood still U millions upon millions of people all over
I ; IIIT0I the world watched the spectacular event on their television
0. lIN SON..N) > '
Il 1 '' f sets Some of those people watched men walk on the i rt&...-

RUM IOOTEN.CIICILATION NANAfiEl IS i 11 diP I pocked moonscape on television sets in rundown tenements

in the ghettos of America
They watched OB Inferior sets bought on outrageous installment -
MAILING AIOIESS I interest rates. They watched, while plaster peeled from

the ceilings and rats scratched in the wal18.,
: 2323 KINCIIEF I8ID Millions of people watched after T -- ----

a long, bard day's work at sub-

,' '.1. BOX 5JJ JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIIi 12211 4 poverty in Appalachia wages.migrant Jobless ifoxtcu miner

workers in Texas poor blacksin "

PR01E 3541712MUNI x4- 1 the ghettos-all watched what .'
the television commentators ,
; OFFICE 5010 N.V. 7tl AYE i : '' e called America's greatest "


To America's 30 million poor I'ptCiple. :
si11.cR1r''IONRATE: the moon landing had ......
HEFT OF ALL THESE CRIME'S TAKES PLACE IN THE PART OF EVERY little meaning except perhaps to ta nt a child with dram a

One.Year, $12,00 Halt Year, $7. O.wUed; To You CITY WERE UNEMPLOYMENT 13 HIGHEST, WAGES ARE LOWEST SCHOOLS accomplishment the system places beyond his reach, or to1IIIt..muence
in the face of a man who
.Anywhere In tte Unite4Statet ARE WORST HEMTH AND HOUSING CONDITIONS ARE LEAST BEARABLE afford_ to feed Ms family.and power can't

Subscription Payable in Advantfe AND LAW ENFORCEMENT IS MOST REPRESSIVE AND LEAST EFFECTIVE- For the poor the moon shot seems Just another stunt, a circus

Send. Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX B9C IN THE BLACK GHETTO: act, a marvelous trick, that leaves their poverty untouched.
or 1 It cost $35 billion to put two men on the moon. It would take
AcKS! ;'LiJf ;. FLORIDA.. 32201 $10 billion to lift every poor person In this country above
; / the official poverty standard this year.

', d .I.. ', ,Victims: Of Prevention Detention. ? Something's wrong somewhere.The .
astronauts are brave talented men. The scientists and
engineers who put them Into space are brilliant hard-working
,I ___ 'people. The men who conceived of our space effort are bold,,

Fools, Devils And Women tine imaginative men who made mankind's historic dreams come

f The student rebellion, the so-called Black revolution and the But what kind of priorities can Justify putting men on the
.other open and bidden rebellions that are upsetting the United moon while children go hungry on earth?
States, should not surprise those who have really read the The whole space program got under way In 1961 when President -
American Declaration of Independence. That document Justifies YOUR WEEKLY John F. Kennedy laid: "'1b1s nation should commits

revolt, even the Irresponsible rebellion"that have become the itself to ach1eYlDC the aoal,betore this decade is out, of landing,
disease of the modern world.Tue' a man on the moon and safely returning him to earth."

.' document reads: "We hold these truths to be self Well we did It It proves above all, that this country can
evident that all men are endowed by their' Creator with HOROSCOPE do anything it sets out to do;; 'It can accomplish anything
certain Inalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty f' GUIDE really wants. U has the resources and the know-bow to succeed.
and the pursuit of happiness that to secure these rights j I What if another goal bad been announced back in 1961? What
,governments are Instituted among men deriving their Just powers if the nation had been mobilized behind the goal of ending
.from the consent of all the governed-that whenever any form poverty and the racism that causes so much of it?

of Government becomes destructive of these ends It Is the IY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER I All this with a timetable. Just as in the space program-a
right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to Institute target date for victory.
new Government laying Its foundation on such principles and I! By now, poverty would be a thing of the put. Instead of
organizing its powers In such form u to them seem most I worrying about Inadequate housing not enough Jobs and racial
likely to effect their safety and happiness." WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS tensions In the cities we would be a slumless society with
That documont contains two contradictory Ideas. The first equality and opportunity for all. '

part says there Is a God and assumes that man has a soul. If a ,FOR BUSINESS'' LOVE -. TRAVEL? Isn't that a goal worth mobilizing a nation behind?
man has a soul, there Is a limit to government. In other ICs not too late. We can still do It The best opportunity
words although unexpressed, God Is the head of governmentand was missed. Back in 1961, we were still singing "We Shall
the source of authority.The Overcome" and the nation was Just about ready to enter a
second part of the document however refutes the idea period of idealism and social energy.
'ft"God?'It tales on the view that men live in a state of nature" r But it's time for another try. It will take leadership; bold
and come'together to protect themselves from each other.; .. \ li (S' ,., > "I-CEI :"'$E Eil .IORNICIE' imaginative leadership The kind, unfortunately we don't
sit lays men have the right to make or unmake government;- ,'111'IIRr + 1 .' ID.I"JIll" LOIN seem to be.getting from an Administration dragging(its I
"as to them most to effect their and heels "
seem likely safety happiness on rights and economic opportunity.
'2711 MIL> IK t 11 ,8" JILY 22i.. 2Jrl OCT. 23r. hid J jf. iff* But now's the time 'to set a new national priority; to do what

There Is a problemtferf d this problem has been the sourceof should have been,done years ago, We're put men on the moon,
many of the problem of the UnltedStates since Its beguiling. it described Anything but. Anyone wishing It's the way. Few of us can Don't waive. It is well-known now Its time to sea what we can do for those here on earth.
Ji'. take. To bear
Either authority belongs to the people or it belongs to God. a to pick a quarrel, .and this : afford to reveal our innermost principle in advertising circles
The original. American revolutionists really didn't take the an offer or venture may take in members of the thoughts or express our personalities that if a thing is repeated often
may sound like pure gold. But family group, should not be u we would like. The enough people will begin to A Student
second part of the document bite into it scratch Itsseries College Speaks
seriously. The believed in Cod or given thesligntesfcpenlng. It's reasons can be manifold.It may believe It. The same may be
John Adams could write In his diary that he read five verses and you're likely to easy enough to interfere with the inevitable said of ourselves. If we delude
from his Bible every day without embarrassment. The run into something even more recognize the ourselves
long enough into be.
signs As of liveli About The
earning our
soon U a necessity Fearful
also make person
reference to God u Creator. worthless than lead (ZDd--ltb). having that black is white SocietyBlack
demonstrates the
hood. Or it antagonize ,
Times have changed Men on their to One has been set aside of
way the moon can send day is the way we will
verses from the Bible about creation to the earth. However ship Day ((3rd). If many of us dissatisfaction and starts very persons upon whom we, St, Be very careful finally see and white are' fear. And two associates'
status about not
such is more lip service to the Idea that a personal God created bad our way we would pro'claim picking on anything u an excuse : have to depend for or. being taken in experiences tell the Hie.A .
the world. Men no longer live with the Idea that a God created 365 of them each year to find fault, tactfully, professional stability. Therefore claims statements, white associate frequently travels .through a Negro areao
the world with an extra one for those remove yourself to other parts we have to play the game have propaganda or what f Chicago. Often he's the only white person on the bus,be
Today man believe that any person or IT oup can set up his attached to them. As a consequence without anything a word. Those that provides us with the advantages money you on putting that up any ,rides to his destination, and while this generallyposses no
own rules Such who demand cub or its equivalent rather than the one something could problem for him, he has sometimes run into trouble. '
an attitude
Is arbitrary and as such, the danger of up- prove to be a
big loser
Irresponsible. Most of the revolts that a person reads in the setting domestic and public may be harder to evade. that would match Llbrans ): Ost4th ( Be once boarded a bus on which several rowdy Black
((2nd-4th .
newspaper are arbitrary. They lack any creative program. dangerous degree would not ) youngsters were riding When one of them came ever to him
They also lack llnt'ts to ask for a quarter associate decided that the better
as to bow far they should go in pro even have to be considered my
tecting They are not even d1ssen erl. ((4thf5th). 3-70- i.I8-43-854 part of valor was to get oft the bus and catch another.On .

A dissenter may oppose but his aim is constructive, not 8-20-33.13-- 82" another occasion, while waiting for a bus in a Black area,
to destroy. The so-called revolutionist that bogs the pages he was approached by a Black youth who wanted to sell him abeat.
of the news media Is not a dissenter but an obstructionist. 1.3088..J9.23.3U 505517.79108LEQ AOIAIIIS -up, untrained painting .
The obstructionists seek to destioy. And they get their ideas SCORPIO, My associate declined the offer, looking anxiously to see

from the American Declaration of Independence. ,IOIN OCT.. IORN )IAN. whether the bus was coming. Sensing that my associate...

THUS 2011 FEI. J 11th, uneasy about being In the "wrong neighborhood," the Black
IIIN mil BORN ilL f 2411 NOV. 22H l|outh said be meant no harm and declared: "You don't have
to buy this painting unless get nervous" ,
Beyond The Moos link Check What can it be? Ho one needs Lpok again Nothing should betaken you
20ti MAY 2811 23ri All. 22i.. ,to tell yon that something Ingoing for granted, especially My associate's after what teaM moments finally ended when the bus
came seemed like
Congress appears unwilling to sign the blank check for a new Find out. nojue may appear ft'. 'misleading. There Is a on inside. Neither can during this rather troubling Then, there was the time he war muggedby three Black youths
space commitment to send a man beyond the moon-.-despite .underneath, they may be place for cynicism but it anybody tell you what It Is per- first quarter. A partner may'' at 36th and State Its, but was mercifully spared, possibly
momentum fulled by the success of Apollo 11. ,worlds apart. Some are practical should not be allowed to dominate haps including yourself.It could >e attempting to reach objectives because: be did nothing to incite the youths-except to be white.
And so do we I efficient and down to lives be a bit frightening which It would be la
our entirely. However seeing that \.My white associate thus has good reason to be fearful
The cost of such a venture is out of the question and economically earth. Others are sensitive when it comes to protecting your insight of people and events :lie Interest of neither side to Black areas. But he Is not alone in his fear.
unwise at this tlma. Let us,take a glance at the facts withdrawn or with their beads our financial Interests, has taken a strange new turn. obtain (lad). Every day is The Black associate tells of riding in a cab through lower-
The nearest star from the earth other than (the sun Is 43/10 perpetually In the clouds. Is a little dose of It may not To some,ties,marital or otherwise Friendship Day for the true middle-class white area of Chicago. Coming to a beach exit:
light years away. The distance light can travel in a year's time metrically opposite s Itywf- be amiss on an occasion or ,, may feel burdensome Aquarians, even though their where many whites were about to drive home after going
is alm-jjt 6,000.003,000 miles. Experts say that the trip to bound to have rough sailing., two ((2nd-6th). This can be'a to a degree as to make them patience may be tried on several swimming the cab was caught in a traffic Jam for several
the moon is like a ride around the block on a bicycle comparedto This could explain the lack of sensitive point with the family ,believe that these ven stand occasions this month((3rd). minutes. -

the distance Involved: in a shot at any star or stars. understanding or comp fbjJ.lItJ. which' has to be probed gently lag between, them and their Live up to the highest ideals, Having the only black face in the crowd, associate started
Can we put a man on some distance! star more than sin billion should iSis be the problem and with infinite patience. The major objectives. The resultant and purpose and refuse to be getting apprehensive that someone might shout, ",.K...-,";
miles away? We must not let our imaginations away if for uppermost in the mind day when considerable thought effect can be one of "baffle swayed from them by anyone. and the whites would clobber' him. But happened.
no other reason than to conserve our financial: resource during this first quarter ((2nd- should precede the oral ment and frustration which near or tar, on 4th, 5th. Loved
or cer While it
5th). Tanreans who nave ones and members of the family was Just a case of the Jitters, his fear wfts u real
already overburdened with Inflation. written word so as not to offend tainly is not conductive to the that of
reached more mature u my white associate. Both are at one in not relishing
.. circle tend to be difficult but
; Finally, do we have an urgent need to send a man tolfarf, jearsare or cause a serious rift is the advancement of any long-range the idea of "getting caught'' in the "wrong neighborhood.".
for ? quite capibh; of understanding 4th planning (lst-5tb yon have known bow ,to cope
example 5th. Those
in the position ).; My Black associate expresses his reluctance to into such
with go
:' People are hungry and malnourished, improperly clothed for and may resort to of giving the orders should I I-80-11I.18-U.777 similar situations before. all-white areas as suburban Cicero at night--Just as my white
9 tlwJr needs and sleep on dirty and dingy beds, simply because ,sympathy and guidance instead be u tactful and diplomatic .80-991587 associate says he would be crazy to be in Chicago's all-black
they dot't have money to do better, nor the Jobs to earn the of criticism in, coping with as possible ((7th). 885 Lawndale community after dark. '
money'to purchase even the bare necessities of life. such ,.sltuaflops.V .
Both fear being attacked for racial.reasons. The area in
,r' Our beyond-Uie-moon craze can rapidly drive tin nation into I-90-99-18-48-235 5-50-6G-16.42-431 PIJCESMM, which each might get Jumped are different, but the fear is the

bankruptcy, NOV.23fl .: FEI. 'same.
This fear would seem to be out place hi a that
country can
t GEMINI 'fltfil' : IEC. 2UI. lath MAR 2111 send men to the moon.Technologically ,

This Week In Metro History .' JIM Mir IIIN 111. Something's amiss. Long- iIguretheobds.No matter. how. economically;aDd IOvernmota.1ly.the United
t range plans appear to have all sere thing States is the greatest, but its citizens must live in fear-not of
may to be
f' Ant/ :. 1, 1834: Slavery: ubu'isliod in British dependencies.XIU,1 ,,21st .LINE 21st t3r' SIPl. 22iJ the brilliance that one could the odds| generally appear are stacked, being H-bombed, but of being accosted came street. Rations

' Ji'. big Whether It'. a reasonably expect. But for some up against one. For one winner beset by terrorist and revolutionary strife are much less
: ; *874.twlfs: : C. Spluldlnjt: co.follDder and president, Atag ate mysterious, others a handicap or a sum of money worry, :reason, someone or something there can be anywhere from fear-ridden than ours.'
,, Caro'im MI'uLI'e; Insurance Company, born In may appear appetising temp. to lay out, it's going to run seems to Intervene making it one to a million or more losers Whether or not it is Justified, the fear shared by Black and
OarKton] K.C. lie diesl l in 195: tations can beckon in many in 'the big sites. There may next to impossible to malt:l depending on what youare taking white alike produces much human misery. In this "land of the

t: ways. But, somewhere there .DOt be much to guide in much headway toward getting, a chance. This certainly not free and home of the brave. The populace is frightened,
Aue!:. 2, 18C5: lirJ-Pr T say be that you ,them carried out (2nd-4tn No I
( Washlncton moved with his mother concealeCJangers solutions other than Intuition ). a favorable period! either for harassed, and terrorised by who-knows-what.
" from Half's 'od, Va bad better'not be disturbed.> or common sense. Those possessing one will deny that this can be lore or ;amerlru ("tb Sib) The
Health may be affected by frustrating to the utmost but -
talented Plsceans
plenty of both will not who are outstanding
;, Aufj 2, 1800:. William' Still ,started Underground RaIlroad' indiscretions of overexer- permit self-confidence to beundermined outside of stomach ulcers there in their particular- Letfestopwasting
JIll 6"pn"l( r file, tines la the beat. Neighborhood is little to be gained worrying branch otcrestttnedeavorshould r
disputes meld bit created by any problem over it. Blowing one's
by top
Aug.2 regardless of its magnitude continue to pile 'II the : America'sBOYPOWER
190C: The ]late Rol foolish. misonderstaadlngs only serve toantagonlse '
Ottley. Chicago i credits and In
newspaperman ''(2ad-8th). Be ,prudent about some instances
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and author, was born in New York City. He was the author ((2nd-6ttfl. Those inclined to making financial commitments associates and others whowould the .financial rewards. Those
of "New World A-Commg.! "Black Odessey." "No Green take chances with cash or to normally be on your side ((4th, 'who barf perform services

Pastures" and "The Lonely Warrior' with their affections ait more to obtain costly purchase services property, or 5m). Social contacts an,',.t. a. of a general nature, will have .
Jlkely to suffer setbacks thanotEvwbi.j rule,,
extremelf valuable. to be
to back a friend la an jn'certain -. more watchful to prot -. '
Ang 2, 1924. Janus Baldwin aaibnr.\u t tth). AiwrktV m.npow(wflm with BCWPOWERBe I
bores One a ct their .
of bis .venture (.,. f" ,Mare loteaete( .
best know works is '//Another Country." ,' :a\blunteer Scout Leader' '
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I r Participate 'In Summer Weddings. Local Couple Honeymoons 'InBahama

Long Branch Johnsor-Bland '! Hart-Davis ---J-

I .. WEDrnNG' Doable Ring Ceremony Joins :;

, I School Fetes I I+l

I, q4' BELLS Mary Davis And Russell Hart

Miss Thompson .

Miss Mam Jean D.nls. dauber of Mr. & Mrs Frederick

Ervin.Lorenzo Paden, 1418 W. D. Darts., was wed on Sunday afterno at2.03:! p.m. in a double '
On Friday June 6, 1969, at f.nw3 3 ,2 4 th St.., is and Aldean Rivers, ring ceremony to Mr. Russell Hart, tm: of II... i Mrs. )
the Long Branch Elementary 710tourt I, 19. Crawford Hart.
School Miss Ruby M.Thompsonwas \
The Rev Franklin D. Wilson
tetedwtthsprogramhoaorlag guest to the receiving Mrs
Edward Dill ham 2101 r tn .
FlagSt, performed the ceremony In the
her for services Josephine Cleveland poured ;
23 and Gracie Bell Cooper, beautiful living room cf the
rendered punch and Miss Queen Jenkins
to the
an elementary teacher community as 1629 W, 30th St., 20. bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and and Miss Alice Nixon receivedthe
Mrs. Arthur Brave, of 1598 .
Miss Thompson was cited forhiving Don Jarrett, 2524 Lewis St., West 28th Street before an gifts.After .I
devoted 38 years, ot service 54 and Sallie Bell Brinson altar spending some lima with
: r.AI of yellow and white the
guest the couple left fora
Long Branch and also I ,
252 Orion St. 40.
1 1WI' gladiolas and candlelabra.The .
having taught earlier for three honeymoon In the Bahamas.:
bride in
was given
years In Jefferson County and Charles Holmes 1343 W. 26th .4 marriage by her brother Out -of-tovn guests Includedthe

in Baldwin, Fla. .St., 25 and Bulb Karline John Frederick G. Davis, who: substituted aunts and uncles o! the:
Not has the retired Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
only groom
1530 W. 9th St.
son, 27. for the father
educator became recognized by i Mrs Sharpe and Mr. and Mrs J.C.
Rudyne Pierce, sister!
the community as a reputable Horace Lee Dicks\ ,1334E.27th of the bride, was matron of Sharpe of Reldsvllle Georgia,
and capable teacher; she Is and Mrs.Joseph Frazler,sisterof
St. 20 and Jeanette Laverne honor. Mrs Debris Davis,
.highly respected for her Cook 1418 W. 32nd St., 18. f sister-in-law of the bride WAS the bride, Miami.
Upon their return to the city
bridesmaid. Mr. Herman Hart
the couple will be at home in
Fredrick Ends .Moultrie, 1619 brother of the groom was but I
friends at Silt Greenleaf RoadIn
W. 27th St., 21 and Virginia Ana man.
Sherwood Forest.
Plttnun, 4224 McDanIel Dr. 17. The bride's gown was of ex- I
julslte white Alecon laca of
Miss Thomas D. Bland above \ ending schools here before Ronald Wayne McCrone, 7558" Aiiss Marva Jew Davis and, Sunday afternoon at the home knee length. Her dress featured St.
t became the bride of First taking up residence In Ohio. Oakwood St, 25 and Mary Sue Mr. Russell Hart above pledged of bride's aunt and uncle, Mr.. a floating panel with tiny wMe! Stephen AME
Lieutenant Richard E. Johnson Mrs Johnson Is a teacher in Maclntyre, 4507 Davis St, 24.Entertainment troth in a double ring ceremony( and Mrs. Arthur Brave satin rosettes at the sjuare
recently in Columbus Ohio. the public school system oft '
back decollete. The
bride's Lists SarvrptSt.
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Mrs. Johnson Columbia, L ........
a former Jason, Douqjet was of white carnations ----- -

Hues And Cries Black Slaves drajed overawliite satin prayer Stephen! AME Church has
Thomosfna D. BEand book. The two attendants wore
Joins'Holy DEATH OF A SINGER announced a series of programs
I 'I LOS ANGELES-NPI-The last song has been sung by blues Identical gowns of Jonquil for Sundiy. Communion will

I ( With singer Wyonnle Harris. The famous blues shouter, who was Still white yellow lace.In cages of yellow and be administered Monday, with
Matrimony Young Ohioan dubbed the "King of the Black" in the late 1940's, died recently Rev R.V. Webster and
I after a brief illinesi and was burled In Woodlawn Memorial They wore yellow halt assistants, Rev Isaiah bl.\I
I The former Miss! Thomaslna Those In attendance from Jack Park cemetery. Attending the services were fellow blues IN Louisiana arrangements and yellowslippers and Rev Arthur Gaines assistn ,
I D. Bland war recently married sonville were the Grandparents wranglers Joe Turner Jima Wlterspoon and Dick Barrow. ing. I
I ''to First Lieutenant Richard E. of the bride Mr. and Mrs. NEW OlU..E.'. -( PI--New. The mother of the bride wore The United Choirs of the

Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Davis.. DENIES PATERNITY media this put week' bisredoutastorywhichhadalike a mint green crepe kneelength chorea will sing, with It'..
Id.i Bvtjr Ttatpm William H. Johnson of The bride wore sheer: organdy SACRAMENTO Calif.-(NPl--James Brown, "Soul Brother features gown which featured a richly Daisy Wallace(: at the organ.
i Columbus Ohio. The bride is A-llne dress was accented by No. 1" to his millions of followers last week declared he of peonage which! existed In encrusted band of jewels at the Mrs. Eunice Lee Is p.esldent.
Christian Ideals, high a former Jason and attended embroidered rose and French was "appaled" by a paternity suit filed against him In a local Lou'slana: Mississippi North neck, with matching shoes. The' Board No. 1 of the ushers will,,
and South
standards of morality and for grammer schools: in the city lace. Her headdress was a court by the former president ot his tan club In California. Carolina, Alabamaand mother of the groom was lively serve <
her kind ud cheerful person. before moving to OMo mantilla veil trimmed with Miss Mary Florence accused the singer of fathering her 10-, Georgia yews ago when In a hot pink ensemble with'pearl Sunday School opoa.1 at 9:30

ality, all of which mate her a Mrs. Johnson is recent French lace. month-old son, Michael Dion Brown, born Sept. 7, 1966, politicians and state took prisoners from jewels. Her shoes were with Dr. A.C. Madry, superIntendent
friend to all.Appearing graduate of Ohio State University The groom sore formal Army but Brown said he was merely"Interviewed"by Miss Florence,' city prisons-mostly of penalized calf--Each wore and officers In
on the # and is now :a teacher uniform. and never bad intimate relations with her el r 0 IS--:100: unjd them on white orchid corsages charge. Other services will beheld
coworkers, former program students ej, of Biology Schience in West'i The maid ot honor vas Miss their personal farms paying Immediately follo. 8ng the at 11 a.m., and at 5.30:
representatives of the High School In ColunVms, Ohio.I Willma Davis of Boston, Mass. MOVIE COMPLETED them just about nothing and ceremony: the reception was p.m. Ths evening service begins
community and Mr. W.E. She Is a member Alpha Kappa The groom's' brother William NEW' YORK -NPi--A) comedy-movie, starring Harry for keeping them in virtual slavery held. Ill". Graylayne Leieane at 7 p.m. The Ways and Means
Eendarson, Principal of Long Alhpa Sorority. Lawrence Johnson, of Detroit. Belafonte, was completed recently and soon will be releasedby The balance of their lives kept the brides book Mrs Board will meet with Mrs Gen-
Branch, Elementary School The groom )f. also a graduate Mich served as best man. United Artists Corporation. Co-starring with Belafonte In Gov. story McKelthen coneraedLouslana! ,Evelyn Hughes Introduced the wright iii charge The Ways and
Rev Charles E. Toston served of Ohio State and is a memberof Ushers were Marshall "The Angel Levloe" is Zero Mostel. granting permission Means Board moats at 730.
as guest speaker and delivered Alpha Phi Alpha Johnson, the groom's brother; born to take to State two Sen. B.B.Ray. Mrs. Minnie Boutee
a very Inspirational message Thewedding was largely and Donald Feaster both of OTIS YOUNG'S PLAY OPENSHOLLYWOODNPOOtls: the state prisoners: from Second
highlighting many of his experiences attended by members of the Columbus, Olilo. Young co-star ofABC-TV..OUt.., his prison and keep themon Baptist
as a student under families of the coupe .and by Hostesses at the reception cast," has produced his own play.called"Right On..Brother," not been private paroled farm.according They had Visits In Florida
Miss Thompson as a student classmates of each. were Miss Sharon Barrett Miss which opened at the Oxford theatre last week. The play Is reports, and to Unit Holds Tea
under Miss Thompson's tutorship Sallie Leacher, both of Cleveland based on the story of middle-class Black and white people, no mention was
and giving reference to National BaptistConvention Ohio, Miss Zam lia Involved a variety problems..It is full of laughter, mayhem, made. of the wages they received. Mrs. Minnie .I... Boutee and

the ir values upon Us life's Travis Bog, Phoealxvllle, deceit "happenings." son Paul C. Jr. enplaned from District 32 of Second Baptist
Penn., Miss Jean Speach Rochester New York to visit
activities.The Church will
Long Branch Faculty and Hllliboro Ohio and Mis WAXES SOUNDTRACK Read The her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee tea Sunday, sponsor August Its 11 annual
Deborah Clifton Toledo Dee"Warwick sister of famous )& tier, of Lawtey Fla., and
Staff presented Miss Thompson Ohio. CHICAGQ.NPt.Dee) singer to 5 p.m, at the Com.ianlty
with a round trip flight ticketto Dionne Warwick: has just cut music FLORIDA STAR matored'to Cocoa TitusvUleand Center on .9th and Claw.
**. Plctur"e'Corpoiatloa's Rev
New York. Miss Thomoson To. St. PetersburgThe from the soundtrack of ABC movie, Orlando, visiting. her Walter Marshall will be
wax also presented a set of Th- I'.bin IK one of llu luggage by the staff a wrist Progressive Baptist State ,ci".rxl| !eunh ilia ri'lutm friends.
watch from the community and Convention of Florida will serve
many other useful gifts. u host to the 69th annual session, '
The honoree gave words of of the National Baptist Convention Singer Rosetta Cohen 'EARNING and LEARNINGBoys
deep gratitude and expressedthat of America and the varied I
the night's program would sessions: of its six auslliarles
be cherished In her memory in St, Petersburg September To Hold '13th ConcertOne
U one of the happiest yet 9 to 14. & Girls Can Make Mon y

saddest moments of her life Dr.' James Carl Sams Is of Jacksonville's moot "
Mrs. Amanda Banks of the And Voice of United and the
general president of the state outstanding gospel : .. .
Florida Star was also one of ud national Rev. Louis S. wbose-annjal singers,, Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers.
her pupils. McCrea pastor of Mt. Zion concerts are always Rev. H.L. Herod of radio fame ,
anticipated Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are
Sister .
of ,
Progressive Missionary Rosetta Cohen, will celebrate will serve as master cere ", h ,\ ,
Eugene Butler ,Baptist t.. Is the entertaining for the thirteenth time monies. All are Invited. Thereis ...
with '
pastor and chairman of enter- at the First Born Temple apIa no admission. EARNING From M. to 10.00' Weekly ,..,I.> ,, :
talnmant. All :
Cancer plenary sessions 825 West Monroe Thursday
Workers will be In Baytront Center. (k night, August 7 : '
at 8:30: a.m. And LEARNING to do business.
Other officers: to attend are: Elder Hill Is the pastor ,,\ '
Reports AskedAll Mrs. H.B. Miller, and Senior '
Women's Auxiliary Junior by Mrs.fe large Cohen group will of be artists supported and YOUNGSTERS I I If( You you are smart .:. ,
volunteer workers with Women, Mrs' Rosa L. Lee, ,television .,'
the Eugene Butler Cancer Unit, Avon Park; Mr. Dorothy sonalities. and radio per.. and want to earn :your own money, <,0: :

with canisters and kits,should Burroughs, MAB Fuller Leading the celebration

report by September L Women's Mrs 1C. Johnson, be Choir No. 2 of the Temple.will!' this is the way to do it.
If workers would like to have ushers; Isaiah Jones, Laymen; I
Among others
kits picked please contact Nurses expected to bepresent :
up, Guild, Mrs. L.
Mr. Willis or Mr. Williams. Grlmmely Youth, Mrs. H.L. The Hill and Sisters to participate, St. Peter are. PARENTS! Your child ,may not need .., 'f
Eric O. Simpson general Alexander .. ,, !
was :, Mrs. II. Warren, Baptist Church Choir No. 2," j
chairman of the drive. I Bowling Green is
Mrs. Alice Boston and tht' but the I.
hosting groa. money, training gained as a
Bostonettes The .
Heavenly "
Rev. Sams will speak at noon Angel ,

Thursday Texas will Mrs direct. Yirgle the DeWlttyof chorus. ,Echoes.And: Elder.Singers.White and, The the Gospel Whit I newsboy will help. him ''to be successful .

AND KEEP .(All housing Information may be Singers Mrs. Frances : .r I II

flSAVETHECAN: AMERICA secured Baptist by Convention contact the National Housing soloist; The House of God Hooper Choir; Hostesses will be: Mrs. I in* ,later life. Many of 'the most successful

,BEAUTIFUL Bureau 948-50 Twentieth,Steet Church of the Living God Excelsior Thelma Edwards, Mrs. Thelma. ,
South St. Gospel Singers First! Starling Mrs. Raffle Williams
Petersburg. Borne Temple ,Choir No. 1, Mrs Gall Phelps, Mrs Bertha men were Newsboys,. Start A Route .. \ '
Mrs. Amanda Collins, Sunrise Relax, Mrs. Victoria Byrd .
Singers, Mrs. Eddie Lee Jones Mrs.:
Latrlcla ,R1 ley, Mrs.Mary :Anywhere You Live In Florida. : -.- :
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I Shingles, Mrs. George McClaln .
UNFAIRHousing THE FLORIDA STAR and Mrs. Genel Wesley. ;! j.r",, ...:.Ji ;

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: BLACK ARCHBBHOPLIBAKACNPI STAR' ::2323 .OOcdef Road,.'JacksonY fl,ri.iidi; ', : d I
k )-.The second Black African to be named ,'1,' ,

'archbishop In Zambia Is the 39-year-old Rev. Fr. Emanuel ............ ..........--....... .... ............... ... (';' '
Mlllngo who has taken over from retiring Msgr. Adam FIRST NAME LAST NAME v
: Kozlowlecti. Ordained t priest on Aug. 31, 1958, he Is well 4
It'st known as the founder of the flourishing "Zambia Helpers' 1'r x'
society," a voluntary group catering to the medical needs of ,
people>> occupying the shantytown areas around the nation's STREET

e MERGER INSUFFICIENT: 'Send my child 20 copies of the*.FLORIDA STAR '
ILLEGAL i ; LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C.-NPI-Flve) black and IS white
,credit to start him In business I will pay the
i ; members of the United Methodist women's society-guild for' FLORIDA STAR 15f for each copy be sells. Those1 n
the southeastern Jurisdiction concluded at the end of a three- that are not sold I will return and will not be'
day .1Garec.nU7thatm.reereimackaDII white conferencesglthiu
:Fair housing i is a fact, the past year has not ended the problem of racism 'required to pay for unsold copies. '

Twithln the denomination. Ladling the tact that eight ot the 18
Find out what the law says, white conferences In the past year have been Integrated, the ,

I It e Fair' ( "J womea nonetheless pointed oat "..reer, technfcues: cannot
'Yd l HousmgWashington_ l1! .2041,0! be and In Isolation withovt. !knowing r the problems." SIGNATURE OF PARENT.OR. GUARDIAN. .

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I The"In Crowd" Favors West Boondock Lounge In New York's Chelsea Area

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Eminent Leader Disagrees

Black Owners Successful. !axon Studies In Austria Forman

t With James.

With Hudson River EateryAny
!i BALTniORE-NPI)--The Rt. .Rev Smallwood E. WUUans
Bible Way Church, World Wide, outlined a'
; night of the week you can find many New York City's "In i iI 1 I presiding special denominational Brand of "reparations" during the

crowd" at the Vest .Boondock Lamp located Manhattan' I i, 'church's 12th annual convocation last week
Chelsea section at 10th Avenue and nth Street. Bert they enjoy
delicious ,"bcxs" (means the greatest) soul food, sip tint Speaking at the opening day with Bishop Winfleld S. Shoved
wines, listen to cool Jail, and chat with friends ceremony Bishop Williams as host.
told the assembled delegates, The Bible Way denomination
white and Lave a wide selection of past ..
Black and young
von wp from 25 states and three foreign Includes about 125,000
'I through
old, rich and poor shoulders and present jail greats on the r
countries be advocates a out the United States and
here during business hours Juke box
,, governments-sponsored pro- ,countries which have
from 11.00 a,m. to 4:00 a.m. People who frequent the Boon! churches.
tgrajnf woald give
which Williams the
the w.j Bishop presiding
dally It is truly a.meeting dock regularly agree on
of billions of
"hundreds has his
bishop, headquarters in
place for beautiful people. features that make it"the place "
Among the notables who hare to go" in the clty-the cordiality needy blacks In America. Washington, D.C., where the
Be declared "The promissorynote church is
discovered the Boondock this of the two owners, the that Dr. Martin Luther
*: art Gregg Morris of courteous and efficient attracttve -
year 'I Have
talked about in his
.lj Mission Impossible Lira,. waitress service, the plea ( If a King Dream' speech should be Summer Scene
Mlnelll Dustln Hoffman, and sant crowd, and of course the P
paid and the federal government -
PoWer. fine food. A iCaro1In4n
Sidney Nort 4 should accept the Indebtedness Y
This restaurant lounge along Wllbert Earl Elliott, is the
/ of America for enforced -,
(:': the Hudson River, amid the head chef who satisfies the t .. &n dM
f labor in slavers"Bishop
;',:.bustling meat packing and rut hungry appetites and keeps \ Wdl&ms added that the
: ment making centers, wasopened customers coming back again r w M r h
*. In December 1965 by two and again. Some of the more,, government should appropriate
14" Negro gentlemen--Angus popular>> dishes on the table 'vast sums for programs Americans that
:Cooper: and Victor Gaston Over d'hote menu Include( his special; would enable black
the years they and their lnte Smothered Pork Chops, Maca-i ."to catch up" and provide

;,;,; grated staff tf' worked dill- ronl and Cheese, Black Eye 4L- opportunities for proper ad-

',:;::; gently, and fra*. seen it become Peas Collard Greens, Barbecue ..vancement.He .
IF of
$:j':: the well-kndwn establish Pork Chops, and Con ft s opposed the demands
he beHaves
:ty ment that It Is today. Bread. These and many more James Forman because -

::;2 When these sophisticated en- "boss" soul foods are then -...... ._. ,.;;. .-___ 10>> --,.. "It is a mistake to placea
:f&trepreneurs are questioned for your choosing every nightof levy on the churches. Private -

wabout the "ingredients of the week, along with t wide GRAZ ACSTRIAj-Mlss Lara Flsnburne of Jacksonville, foreground official opening was July 7 In the 400-year-old university in a institutions are not the
"success In business," they selection of your favorite a student at Bethune-Cookman College, is experiencing city 900 years old, with 250,000 inhabitants. RoWe White, responsible" parties in this con-
mention fire In particular: an beverages. The menu items are studying at t renowned university in Europe, namely the University deputy chief of the American embassy In Vienna, spoke inflowing nection. .r
Intense desire for business moderately priced and average of Gras, Austria. Others in the picture above are terms of the experiment. Others taking part were It Is a governmental responsibility

ownership, a willingness to recognize dinner is $2.50. Reservations George Franklin of Gloucester, Va., student at Virginia': Dr. Otto Borkard, president ci|the University, five-tine Bishop Williams added,
and accept responsibility are not necessary. Wesleyan College; Miss Kim Gordon of Wyckoff, New Jersey/ Styrlan Governor Joseph Kramer, Gras Mayor GustavScberbaum emphasizing that the "billions

(1 Including sacrifices, No discussion of the Boon- student at Lycomlng College, IIIdKilsAnnPea.cockoJ'ayerlt.. ACUHs Executive Director Dr. Richard Bender of spent in Vietnam alone could Typical summertime scene
f J risks, and long hours,), work dock's menu is complete With- Virginia and a student at Virginia Wesleyan College.They, Nashville and Gras Center Dean Dr. Joseph Stevens of Virginia help ease the plight of the residents "- along the 26-miles of Mississippi
:#, experience with successful food out mention of the desserts are la t film, "The Gras Experience," being shot in Graz.: Wesleyan College, Norfolk. Cover Kralner held a candlelight of the Inner cities. Gulf Coast Beach.
$, *concerns, available capital,and offered. On can always find The film concerns American student experiences in Austra. ,reception for faculty and students In the Eggenberg Castle The week-long sessions of the Swaying palm trees, fragrant -
t sound background of business Sweet Potato and Apple Pie The Gras Center Is an institute international studies. The which earlier hosted Napoleon, England's Queen Elizabeth. Convocation were held at the summer flowers and a
skills (Cooper is a bust- : first Apostolic Faith church!
GlIb menu.These"boss"soul I sun-drenched beach combineto
:.:. ness graduate of Hampton Institute desserts nave been described make the semitropical
in Virginia and Gaston as "dishes created from foods For Your Heorf's SoU Black Jo lr11Of il III Review Mississippi Gulf Coast a vacation -
is a Social Science graduate on tend" Other great "crea mecca for thousands
': ,of Johnson C. Smith College In tions" of the Boondock are Scientist Warns Known as "America'sRiviera"
Charlotte, North Carolina). fruit shortcakes-Peach and lest TV Units Monday I the Mississippi Gulf
TRANSFER F Coast offers a wide choice of
Both men have encountered a Strawberry. Intake

great deal of skepticism by Cooks wishing to duplicate Against Sugar "Black Journal," the only o twork series devoted to life in' modest accommodations to very luxurious from Sea the

Negro and white acquaintances these desserts might consider faculty the black community, will off,er the best cultural segments food prepared Creole, French
'' alike, as to whether they could their "foods on hand' and dot American who consume fears about from Its first year Monday, J ay 2t, 1969.The program willWNDTChannel and Southern style delights
"make It" In business in this the same. Make up the shortcake some 100 pounds of sugar per city, as the be seen in New York City cat 13, July 28, every palate. In addition
predominately white section of biscuits or sponge cake. year each despite hazards of threshold of 9 p.m EDT.)* complete seashore resort
the city. To this Gaston com- Cover with plump Juicy fruits- overweight, coronary arteriosclerosis -' Black we program notes the AYrican'derivattoDl activities visitors enjoy many
ments, "If you bare ability, fresh strawberries or peaches and dental cavities schools, and The series has been threatened of today's "Afro" fascinating historical sites
it doesn't make any difference la season, or delicious frozen are getting a new warning A teachers who by financial problems, despite clothing and provides a his dating back 300 years Especially
what color you are, you can fruits. Then top with a mound scientist Is now Northeast continuing viewer and press torical view of African art, popular are Beauvoir,
directly' linking with
sugar Interest. In recent week,many Jefferson Davis horde and
make it business.Your ability of prepared Dream Whip heart disease. noting the Influence of ancient
hundreds of cards were sent museum ad Ft. Massachusetts
always wins out." < SCHOOL sculpture on such noted artists
Whipped Topping, & creamy While the American Heart NET the wide- on nearby Ship Island
Over the noon hour men from ;.topping low In calories.You'll Association has discouraged CHICAGO< to reflecting as Pablo Picasso and Edgar
the nearby docks come In to upon Chicago spread feeling that "Black Degas. This popular resort area
serve "boss" soul desserts "excessive use of sugar
of stretches for 26 miles
enjoy hearth Southern dishes' much like the shortcakes the Including candy soft drinks newly Journal" covers an area "Black Journal f4" Is a pro-! the Mississippi Gulf Coast along and
like Ham Hocks Black and other schools' American life that otherwise ductloo of NET. Executive
Eye young couple Is enjoying at sweets, the producer Includes the picturesque and
'Peas 'Baked Spareribs Briton. Professor John and Richard goes unreported on a national William Greaves
the West Boondock !Range. ; historic cities of Biloxi
Southern' Fried, Chicken, and Yudkln M.D., Ph.. D., with the poa .basis., Managing editor: Tony Batten. Gulf port. Long Beach and
Corn Bread, A variety of ham' CONSUMER TALK about M.R.C,P.:, goes further, of Black This month's program contains Hosts: Lou House and William Pass Christian all overlooking
sandwiches ands'onps ale "Coronary heart disease," a segment on black. culture in Greaves the Gulf of Mexico.
available for this hearty mid PERMANENT PRESSBy he says, "seems to be more CONTINUE the deeD South.- which ranges "
day crew, too.'ID closely related with the level INDlANAPOL ( ) from modern dance company
fie( evening, a transformation J. C. Penney'sHome of sugar consumption than government, at North Carolina College to Your professional beautician

takes place, and the same EconomistsOne with the level of any other lems, the improvelsatory Dashiki ;knows the answer. .
component. Theater in New Orleans. John
physical surroundingssaw of the happiest revolutions
'I,dust covered floors, tables for to come along in yean the"The level common belief that public school : Biggers, artist-professor at
of animal
fat In the
two draped with bright red was the one caused by the diet shows the the school Texas Southern University,
highest correlation -
moths, yellow light giving a recent Introduction of per with heart disease is notes that the dominant strain
manent Nary a one of in his students' work Is their
effect-turn Into a press. OPEN
gaslight simply not valid
,, lounge for sophisticates out on us has balked at switching to Researchers have NEW blackness Classical and jazz ,1s;} peroxide needed to
the town. A major part of the no-iron products made possible commonly settled on a diet crease composer Roger Dlckersoa and ,
decor is the modern art paintings by this revolutionary new high In Saturated fat and cholesterol the American Jazz musician Professor Longhair !
'' covering the rear and side finish. as the principal cause for the New view the black cultural : color unwanted gray hair?
!)I But to many a permanent of atherosclerotic revolution from
walls. They are the works of coronary which goes perspective
James Denmark and Denny press finish such.Penn-Prest artery disease million in of New prleans-home of jars !

Toone completed in their not.remains Permanent a It need is a The Committee on Nutrition the program, A piece of black" theater In-* Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray

Centre street Studio. finish applied to flat fabric .Association of the American has Heart log high cludes Interviews with actor +,hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re-,
Sounds of cool live )Jazz enter- usually a blend of cotton or % against these dietary elements warned services William Marshall ("The Boston i taxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older
tain customers from 800; p,m. rayon with polyester or nylon ,as well. excessive weight Its students. Strangler") and playwright Ed 'than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging
u tot:00a.m.ntghtj.LanceHay- added for strength. The published policy on dietetic Bullins ("The Electronic {effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
ward is on piano and Bill Lee finished fabric is then baked dangers also recommends UM THREATENS Nigger' ). A portion of Bullins' ; 'halrcoloring which may change. the natural hair color while
5 on bass, Thursday through for several minutes to give it a of vegetables cereals and WAS H IN play "A Son Comes Home" will coloring gray.

< Sunday. On the other evenings S I I permanent "memory"Heavy fruit ss preferable to excessive threatened to be seen on the program ? : Professionally-trained hairdressers know the/: Importance of
'<* (Monday through Wednesday garments and those '. UM of sugar 'comes up with There are also profiles'of> their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a
Nat Jones is on the keyboard with pleats and creases are Dr. Yudkln professor of ,segregation in the Afro-influenced Eleo I problem.These experts also know that Clairol created semi
'' the bass. cut, sewn and pressed before nutrition and dietetics, Queen suit is Pomare Dance and
.v and Herman Wright baking to set ; one Company permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. .,
Persons desiring soothing design details.permanently Simple lightweight of Elizabeth College, University as it starts 1'I muralist Earl Sweeting, whose to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They
f founds during the day and before garments are made u the number, zeroes in on sugar school ea works trace stages of ancient also find Loving Care blends back color faded by cTiemlcal
*5* the magic hour of night from pre-baked fabrics. one culprit. African history In addition. processing. Because of Its mildness, Loving Care maintains
r r 1 healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos.
For Work Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her
RETURN TO hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
I WeddingsAre Beautiful I : ')-Ialrdressers are equipped with a family of fine) Clalrol productsand

., Workers the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most
personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon.

: ,SEE YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR Coordinator for the New York If you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your
beautician to glamorize It with Loving Care?
) was presented with the -
Service ,c Clalrol I Inc. 7 ,of ClaimS Inc.
: Complete Photo Wedding Award for his work in behalf Courtesy
award Is Jointly sponsored by

:. "WE GIVE YOU'THESE'SERVICES" Individual. whose concern for Mtiiliii" Knit Shunts

1..C.P.S. COLOR PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) X e ', Health and attending evening

sessions at the university.Lafer ,STUDY WITH DOCTOR OLDEN
: COMPLETE. NEWSPAPER PHOTO SERVICE ; while working wlth'the
." Nassau County (N.Y.) Health
"Z 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTINGI. t/ .Department on migrant worker Dr. Bolden has returned to

Trophy programs, Mason obtained a his music studio and is accepting
4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY ing pathian and fiihins Masters Degree from in AifcipM Public Administration students for the Fall term. <.'

1- 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" famous climbing the According to one colleague Enroll

slope of the "The 30,000 migrant farm Today
6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE! AND GROOM w Range offer workers and their families who .. ;

tunitia-for seek employment annually in fc PiHi.Yiici. ffcwrJlecirilHCdrTiil:
7. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE Hunting New York State have better -Tr .*
hotel lodging living working and health .. pst'Sais_
8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING panded their faculties than they ever had .
I commodate the KiitirBrMStrMliiiStriifsCnctlif
.ARRANGEMENTS ber of hunter before--due to the efforts of
9. RECEPTION'PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED going to Dennis Mason." .;*rr.IIY.ea""j! '

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1-', Evergreen Baptist Church Plans Three' Services For Annual Dual Day Sunday !I

Day Spring, Baptist Church Profiles Of Hope at ,Church Of God In Christwr Speakers And Well-Known

Plans Women's Day In A'I.Woman' hri4 i : ; Jaxons Will Spark AnniversaryEvergreen

i: e
Day will be observed at Day Spring Baptist Church I
:oa August 24. Mrs L.D. Mungln is chjdrman. Mrs. Daniel L. I Baptist Church, Cleveland and Logan Streets, will

Uray Is co-cbalrmaa.: Mrs Cyrus Weaver will serve as pastor :/ \ ____ be the scenes Sunday, August J,of the Annual Dual Day services I
I II Rev R.R. Wright Is .
Inr.thft-dlT. fi ; J pastor

Aprt.celebration: feature thy McGhle, Mrs. 1.. Romans : it; 1, rIJ' 4 rc\ J' t"d1Jt His. Madgie L, Collins will' will take the offering.
win be the Dinner of the Nat China, Mrs. D.L. Lnray and, r.:, j f" I be chairman for the women Mrs. Laddie M. Crimes will
bona, in the dining area onAr Mrs. Minnie 1.. Brown. 1 I ] Deacon Sammie Lee Jacksonwill acknowledge the visitors. Mrs
rut 4.Ten. United States of U merle a fI' .... .. '; ,: be chairman for tin meo.ChalrllWl .'Collins, general chairman for
nations will be rtpre. Mrs. E. Lee. Mrs. S. Floyd C are Mrs.Beatrice the ladies, WW make remarks
seated by members and work- Mrs. Gdadys Crapps; India, Carter, for the ladles, and U well u Mrs.Beatrice Carter'
en, namely; France, Mrs m. Mrs W.L.SmlthMrs.H.Bul- Deacon Ullce Anderson for the :and ;(rs. J.M. Wright.At '
Simons and workers; Japan, lard and Miss L.G. Johnson. men. I p.m. the men will be In

Urs. L.D. Mungln, Mrs. Janle Other leaders are, Decorations The s e r v le e. win begin with charge Devotions will be conducted
Hill, Ids. E. Bennett and...- Mrs. Xatye Strlckler; the Sunday School at S.JO with. by Deacon Willie Frank
istant; Africa, Mrs. M. Lucas Hostesses, Mrs. Alice Johnson Deacon Willie Ball, general Smith of First Corinth and by
Mrs. C. L. Mallard and Mrs. and Programs, Mrs. W.M. 'superintendent. charge He Deacon Henry Levine of lit.
table Stewart;' Russia, Mrs Willis and Mrs JudyBullock.Other be assisted by guest lead- Ararat Baptist The welcome
EsteU Ogen and workers;Chile events have been listed and.teachers. address will come from Deacon
Mrs Claudia Jon, Mrs. On August 10 the anniversaries ) 11"a.m. devotions will be coD Charlie' Cicero, the res-
Crawford and workers; Spain of several district will L I..w by Mrs. Gladys Dlrkey spouse from Deacon"Willie

Mrs. Carnal Patterson and be observed, namely: LZ.5,7, ..... Evergreen and by Mrs Smith of First Corinth. Tie
workers;; Italy Mrs. Doro- 1142.W and ZOo August SI will 'J White from Abyss First Corinth Male Chorus Till
be Association Day The host Baptist. The St Thomas sing Rev. Bruce will speak.
Reelected At will be the Northern District j Choral Ensemble will furnish Rev. H.H. Wright will extend
and auxiliaries. Districts to be music Mrs. Ethel Davenport the Invitation.
represented are t. 10, D, 26& Bannister will serve as mistress Leaders
ProgressiveMeet The Deacons Board, the WillIng of ceremonies and will -. -.., .
Workers, Choir So. 4 and J ; '" be Introduced by Mrs Louuse 1 -I I..DEACON .

the BTU will participate. Mrs B.. Nelton. .
S.A. Coachman is reporter Miss Jennifer Daniels will' !

C.W. Scott of Jacksonville r! .' give the welcome addresiwlth I

Rev Leon T. Freeman of Mt. Pleasant Ii1! I ( 'oIA 1 the Ida Mae response Anderson coming of the itromMri Oak-

Bartow were reseated as District I !t, \ I J Grove Baptist Chruch of Gene-
Presidents of the Progressive .
Fla. Mrs.
Baptist State Sunday BaptistChurch i va Mary Nealjr will
''J be the soloist
School and Baptist Training ,. r guest representing
Union Convention during the .Mt.,Modal! A.M.E Church!
fifty-fourth annual sessional PROFILES OF HOPE Is the title of the Family Fellowship are, from left, top t Lasonja Davlali4ath Leroy Thomas, Mrs. Gussle Page Gray of Mt.
activities at the Friendship' Program to be presented at 6 p.m. Sunday August I, 1969, Vincent Marcus Lee, Mart Anthony Norton.Center t from left Calvary Baptist will speak in
Missionary Baptist Church in: at the Church of God In Christ Temple, 338 CheleetStreet. Rachel Hall, Melalne Lamb,Rod.rlck B.Jacksonandfihervonne the morning and will be Intro
Fort Myers last week The program is sponsored by the Youth Department of the Wade Lower' from left: Jacquelyn Evans Carolyn Jackson, duced by Mrs.Llllle Mae Wrightof
Mr. Scott was elected to his Church and Is designed to focus attention upon the importance Bobbie Lynn Felts and Adonis Lee Ktnsler. Others not shown Mt. Calvary Baptist.The.lcrlptufelwlU .
twenty-third term following the of Wholesome Family Life as t basis for developing children are: James Rudolph Griffin,Kibblinj Kay Anderson, Cassandra be r.adby .
annual who are alert and secure. Special emphasis will be placed MlssheU Cummings Christopher
deliverance of his SpanUing, Nevonva Darcel Mrs..Henerletta Sharpe of the "
upon The Child as the single unit of hope for all mankind. SAMMIE L. JACICSCWs !
address' Rev. Freeman was Patrick Adrian Laverne Brown, Stephnea Renee, Peonies. Holy Church of the LI v a g OodNo.

returned for Us twelfth term families Pictured above who will are be some active of the participants Children: representingvarloos the The Karl Alveres Johnson, Jonathan Lee Williams All are Invited '. ,- 4 Mrs Gertha Miller of Deacon Santa Lee Jackson,of
following presentations. program. Evergreen: will extend the Incitation Evergreen Baptist Church is'
Others reelected are: In the 9a A.JREV. expressions; on their fades suggest expectancy and hope. They ,' Mrs Roosevelt Rich. serving along with Mrs. Madgie

Sunday School: Rev G.W. srdson'?Emanuel Baptist, Mrs I. Collins as a chair manStmdsy
Mltchel Tampa,vice president; : Mary Anderson, Morning Star in the mammoth Dual DayCele-
Rev. WJR. Lofelace, Lakeland! Freewill Baptist, Mrs Can-. bratlon at the Church. Rev.
second vice president; Mrs. 1 cHU CH NEWS dice Felton Beulah Baptist Benjamin Bruce theMt.Olive
H.L. Floyd Sarasota, financial AMS Church will speak at 3
secretary; Mrs Agnes L.Dean, p.m. Rev.R.R.Wrl ht is pastor.
Sebrlng corresponslng aecretary New Mt. Olive
and Rev J.C. Burney, Sr., NEW REDEEM Consecration for the deacons, deaconesses, ushers and for the [ .H;: 'fi'r"I
,Jacksonville treasurer. (The revival meetings beglnMoodaynlghtAngust4.RevJJ.JJones I choir will be held at 10.45: a.m. The morning worship begins
Mrs Annie P. Boatman, 'will be the speaker. Services begin each night at 7.4S.: The at U a.m. The BTU will be held at 445.: The weekly activities Baptist District l'

Orlando was seated as the recording Sunday School begins at 9.30 with the superintendent. Deacon will Include the Prayer of Faith Hour, Tuesday at 7, p.m. The \
secretary Rev. C.D. C.W. WRITTEN George Washington, In charge. The lesson will be reviewedby pastor will be In charge of the Bible period. The Sunday School Hojds AnnualDistrict { u
Williams was reseated as the the pastor, Rev. E.L Norman. The morning worship! Officers and Teachers Council will meet Friday: at 7 p.m.
vice president of the BTU De CALLAHAN: A unique celebration begins at 11 a.m, with the deacons in charge Choir No. I L.C., Chester win preside during the business period. Rev. No. 2 of the New
partment. Others were Rer.Isadora will take place at and Usher Board .No. 2 will serve throughout the day. Mrs. Sams will conduct the Bible Hour. Mrs Alberta Williams,
Mt. Olive Church Rev.
Baptist .
Ect.vardaofFortllyera. Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist Fannie Jackson will be In charge of the music. The evening publicity. ,W.L. Clinton Deacon ; .,
second Vice Mrs. In Callahan beginning August 4. will be delivered
president; worship begins at 8 p.m. Both sermons Mrs. LolaWebb'president.wiD'
Lola Campbell Sebrlng recording The first will be the anniver, pastor. The deacons 1 t o14thelrr'sulr' meeting Monday FIRST ,U Jerry wel.der. Its
secretary, Mrs. L.... 'sary'of the pastor,' Rev. C.W.:. tithe In Fellowship HalL ,
Bollard, Winter Park, financial Whltten, who begins his sixteenth Sunday School begins at 10 a.a. Minister McQueen Is super anniversary Sunday, August 3,
year at the head of the intendent. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Devotions at 4 p.m., at the church.
secretary BAPTISTSunday
COLOSSIANS will be led by the deacons. The pastor wUlapeu. The YPOS Devotions will be led by the
Mrs M.M. Flower Tampa church. with the and
at superintendent
School begins 9.30 will meet at 4:SO. with Mrs. Margaret J. Smith as president.The Trinity Prayer Band. Mrs.
The second will be the celebration
treasurer Alexander the
teachers In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by super worsh
evening begins at 7 The church located Retha M. Lang will Introducethe
of the 97th of the p.m.
Jacksonville BTU director year at lla. The communion
; intendent. The morning worship begins m
at 825 West Monroe. Elder A. Hill Is mistress of ceremonies,
Rev 3.L.Stephens,FortMyers, church, an Institution which service will take place at 3 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, win Mrs W.L. Glanton. The MADGIE I. COLLINS
Dean of the School of Methods came Into being shortly after! deliver the message Choir No. I and Usher Board No. 1 will MACEDONIA BAPTBT welcome address will be by Mrs.: Madgie I Collins above,.
Rer. Mac J. Williams Tampa, the Emancipation Echoes will render an Is
the The Gospel ontoftb.leader.lDtb.Dua1Day
serve during day. A
soul saving revival win be held from August through August Deacon Rayf us Cambridge.Mrs
4 the Mt.
Assistant dean Mrs. Mary Ella Beginning August 10.
Sunday night August Prayerservlcewill Celebration of
; after-service program Evergreen
15, with Rev. M.J. Hammons of Stockton Ga., preaching the Darling Taylor wllLglve a
Whit.lie fI t. Ormond Beach, Charity Baptist Church of begin Tuesday at 7:30. The church Is located at 1154 ,Baptist Church Cleveland and
,last week. Rev. Wilbur selection.The
Burgess, deacons,and members will
RUlard will be with ,
Director of Music Mrs E.S. present,
; West 31st Street.TABERNACLE district Logan, Sunday August S. Rev
conduct service the first week TbeDallyBlbte'Schoolbegins history of the
prayer > '
Rev. R.B. Brooks at the helm.
Orlando .
Hargrett H
Director. On Tuesday August 5,the First BAPTIST August 4 and continues to and including! August 15, from will be given by Mrs. LoutsWalt H.Wright pastor. Serviceswill
9 to 12:30 dally. The theme will be "Jesus Is Knocking Mrs Thomasina Owens begin the Sunday
Rev. James Carl Sams, Baptist Church of St. Mary's Holy communion will be administered at 5 p.m. Rev. W.E. the featured soloist. School at 8:50 Mrs Gussle
Won't You Hear will be
Him? Sunday School begins at 9.30 with
General President, attended Ga., Rev. C.J. Scrlven pastor, and deacons will preside. Sunday School : will In
Young pastor, will Page Gray speak the
Deacon John E.Singleton and bis staff of teachers charge. The Taylor Singers give
meeting and presided over the will be present. begins at 9.30: a.m, with Mrs H. Solomon In charge. The Levi Simmons will morning service.ATTEND .
The lesson review numbers.
will be given by the pastor. Consecration
business period and the election. Wednesday night will featurethe lesson will be reviewed by Deacon Moses Brown At lla n *
services will at 10:45 The devotional sing Mrs.. Lola Webb,president
will be
begin a.m. HLUfr
: con
installed officers for of Mt. Herman, ,
He appearance Rev. Young will speak. All adult choirs and the Senior Male T "H
ducted by the choirs deacons deaconesses and will make remarks. Rev.
the fiscal year. Lessle Rev Herring pastor; Chorus and Usher Board No. 1 will serve. The rehearsal of members
beginning at U a.m. Choir No land Choir No. 3,with Mrs. Clantoo will make closing remarks
The New Bethel Missionary Day Spring Jacksonville, Rev. the youth choirs will be Wedaesday.: The teachers meeting win or Your CHOICE
HattIe Bess and Wallace Mlms at the Instruments Usher ,
Baptist Church, Rev.. W.D C.A. Weaver pastor;Bethlehem be at 6.45 p.m, the prayer meeting at 7:30. The educational _
will be host Baptist Jacksonville, Rev W. and Board No. 1 will serve. The Holy Communion service will
Robinson pastor school will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs Solomon Mrs.
session L. Williams pastor and Churclof begin at 4.45: p.m. with consecration. Both sermons of the HHHMMSiMmMmi't BMiiHMH.lY1ti..
for the fifty-fifth annual Wynn are Instructors. The men of the church will observe .. ( i
day will be given by Rev At the close of this servicethe
I God In Faith, Elder G. '
in July of 1970. Men's Day Sunday August 17. Caswell'Norton Is general

Memoriam' Matthews Thursday pastor.On August. 7, First chairman. Sidney Dorsey Is co-chairman. deaconesses holy rites, and will others be conducted la charge.with On the the pastor Sunday deacons night Btol: 'DOM'T.UltTI: : CO T.O. nil TO;GET i

Baptist of Yulee, Rev. D.V.: August 10, an after service program will be given by Choir
Singletary pastor will be present DAY SPRING BAPTIST No. 4, entiled "Do What You Can." .Cnolrs 1, Z. and 4 will :I LOW PRICE
I along with Second Baptist Holy Communion services will be observed Sunday. Rev j'eefebrate! jointly thili- r"rarlt. The church Is located': ;rDRUG
Callahan Rev. D.J./ones Cyrus... Weaver Is minister Rev.wea"rwWllne1USlited at 3333 Franklin. Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is secretary-reporter.
pastor by bit associate ministers and STORE NEEDS !

'On' August 8, St.1gull.of choirs will serve, with Mrs. R.P. Sammle L. Davis TRINITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST ;
Baldwin Friday will, be present,Rev. and Mrs. W.M. Willis at the Instruments Choir No. 3 and the Sunday School begins at 11:10. with Superintendent A. Taylor 49Tradeiilth

H.L. Baker pastor. Mt. Olive,. Juniors will have charge of music preceding the worship In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor or his \iS: Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL MEETSANY
King's Perry Fla., Rev. J.L. with James C. Klnchen at the instruments Usher BoardNo.1. appointee. The morning worship! begins at U a.m. with the. PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver .
Mrs A.B. Hartcog president, will serve J.F. Patterson Communlcnservlcesare :
deacons charge.The minister will speak. .
will be present.A fill all Doctors' .Prescriptions.Dixie
Hall pastor, :W. Alpo, t
third church will be Harper will give a selection at the close of the service. Sunday School each fourth Sunday. Prayer services are Tuesday nights at '
Rev. Gardener opens at 930. The morning worship begins at U..m. Tot 7 p.m. The installation services for the pastor Rev. W.C.
Chapel Baptist_ consecration for the deacons and deaconesses will be In the Murray, will be Sunday, August 10. Churches and the public are 1

pastor.On Sunday, August 10, FrIendship upper room at 4:41. Mrs. Gladys Crapp will preside at the Invited. The church located: at 705 West Dun Rev W.C. I Pharmacy .I
BTU at 6
Baptist of Yulee will be p.m. Murray pastor. Barbara E. Robinson clerk.
S.B. Richo'ispastor.
Ga., Rev. C.W. On Friday August 1, at 7 p.m. the general monthly conference St. Stephen Rev. Reddick 1302 NINES .MAI .5.
win be held. All financial should
reports be made. On Saturday,
will be
Whiteen Monday pastor night will, see present.the culmination August 2, all young people In the King's contest are asked to Baptist Choir 1 ,R 353-5587
meet In the church On 9 at 9 School Values Tenses
,ERNEST Ci.ARVJK of the inspiring events. August a.m. the Sunday $ .N :
Earnest Garrln Beach will Is sponsoring t trip to Magnolia lake. The bus will leave at '
Jr. Fernandlna
departedthis From IATEI
life July 31, 1937. We loved come Rev. Randy Heiektoh and 9 a.m. On Sunday, August 3, tl'e Sunday School will open. Celebrates Of The ChurchDr. PAY YOU LICIT, All i
yon but God loved yon best. the congregation of the First At 11 a.m. the morolngworsupwlllLezla At 3 p.m. communion TEIEPIOIC ILLS AT Oil STIlE
,Sleep onleep on.And take Baptist Church; Rev. Green, will be administered. The pastor will speak. All choirs will Choir No. 1 of St. Stephen A. Joseph .Reddick! ,Paste:r :,t :

your rest. Signed: Mr. and Mrs.: Church of God, Callahan and serve daring the day. Baptist,, 4201 Almeda Street, of Grant Memorial A.ME. i.aI.HtteJIUIUUMHHrUUIHhI.MJlt
Earnest Garrln Sr., brothersand Bethel AME, Rev. W.E. Young, BAPTIST will celebrate the third anniversary 'Church will preach from the
sisters.. pastor. EMANUEL Monday, August 18, at theme, "The Three Tenses of
J h. On Tuesday the teachers meet, prayer meeting Is held, 730. Various choirs of the city The Church" at the 10:45: a.m.
with pastor and officers In charge On Wednesday Choir No. will participate.Rev..Addi- period Sunday. At 645 p.m.
3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. A business meeting will l follow the pastor. W. B. Barnes be .win exhaust the theme
SEAFOOD CENTER rehearsal On Thursday the noonday prayer service will beheld president. "Treasure In. Earthen MONTHLY
at the church Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 will rehearse Vessels." BU9 a H ME W !
136 MYRTLE AVf- Jointly at 8 p.m. On Saturday the young people will meet Consolidated Choirs will serve L PAYMENTS

at 10 a.m. Sunday School begins at 9.80 with Mantle throughout THE MOVE
: a m. Mrs Plan the day along with MAKE
Seafood Center r pie Crown Fields and Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesson will Deaconesses Usher board No. I. LIVING
Gen Boat WrtitlnpDrumy..u. be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration takes place at The Holy Communion will be so o ,
( ...i fc...was/ 49 10:50 a.m. with the morning service following at U a.m. The celebrated during both morning
Sheep Nose ...........................:......u. r deacons win be In charge. Preaching at noon The BTU Meeting Aug. 7 and evening worship periods' All UICkI!
I, meets at 5 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips charge. The Amos V. Rose, superintendentof
SaltWat.r.rlm 39 C I't evening worship starts at 6.30 Choir No. 3 and the Children's the Sunday Church School o"Now yV 3IEDieiM
: ...... ...... ........ '' LB. !
Lar Mull.t .... -- Choir wai serve Usher Board No. 3 will serve Mrs. Marion The Citywide Deaconess Union" I calls ill officers teachers, andmembe .

SPOT5. ........_.._....._........:___....._ LB. 55' Carter and Mrs. S.L. Badger will be in charge of music. Tie will meet Thursday August, s at 9.30 a m. for ser ii D talon SALES. OFFICE sit
CATFISH ....... ......_.. ...:.:............._. LB.'75.' ,church Is located at 2Z21 Forest Street. Rev '.1.. Badger Is itSt Paul Baptist.' Church,"J73IWlntoa vice. t D -DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP,
pastor. Drive. The .Yoath Day was a
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I GEN.BLACK SEA BASS, -.., ....-:.-..... tb. 59'A SECOND BAPTIST bow to get to the church should Chairman, Bernard Reed re-
: '.........,............................:.." ., .,. 'Holy Communion will be held at the church Sunday at 6 p.m. call Rev" Z.E. Taylor mortise tINt highest amount of
Rev J.C. Barns, pastor assisted by the associate ministersand 354-024, sirs: Edge Garden is' :340.80: and Patricia Reddickla ,
A deacons will administer the rites, Sunday School win president. Mrs. titan Robinson, .si hid place .reporting,

!..start. the ell'' activities.' The. pastor, .will review the lesson. Is reporter. :13350.,

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Newest Idea For Thrilling Grilling
A Geieril Foods Editor
action of Women's Talk
not rMlln It but that which described the
Tern may Come to think of It, maybe it
glass of milk jrou drink Tlth your milking an animal. wasn't the gun that won the West /
meal Is 11,000 years old. finch atarr/ civilisations u the tat those ever-ready cows that
Mankind, report the South Fit. 'Egyptians, Creek aad Roman left always shadowed Uw covered M.*.COLD BYNPI y

Diary Farmer, has been quenching evidence in writing and drawing wagons of old u they moved Vacation means many things, wrfyRf
its thirst and improvingIts of importance ofm.nt.Ku. westward.Early settler to people. For
many some,
Polo attributed much of theTartar's
health with milk duct 9000 co friends the
of their bovine u getting away omti tU become
B.C, according historic drawings : endurance and strength family's food factory on the a diseased alternative tocoping
Hto their milk drinking 1 habits
found in the Sahara Desert. move. with 11GAccordlogtoOu
everyday .
of the world's earliest a America, tt Introduction of
Some The next time you're baJiDllfrelb Travelers aid
,writings, including the Bible milk predates the formation of supply of savory milk,
society "travel addicts" are
the In 1611 the first
Republic ,
mention milk u the most es pause and think/ milk Is more ar from uncommon,numbering
genital of foods The word milk dairy cows lie Jped aUnlatutar a part of yw than you think. an estimated 2,0001n onecha I
ration and death la toe Jamestown -
derive from the ancient .
let along or two-third of
Sansklrit word "mijati" colony. r the annual caseload.In ,.,
a scientific paper on people
.who rely on repeated "crisis,, : wr l
flight," Ills Catherine. Rlatt E
elective director and Mr..Ruth

E. Spur lock, case worker super, Cook-outs are easy and fun for everyone, especially: Mom,
visor. New York TAS chapter who doesn't have a greasy oven to clean. Hamburgers seem to
characterizes travel addicts like top the Hit of favorites when it comes to outdoor cookery and
this: we'd like to suggest a new crust to crown this appealing
I [ "The destination la both unimportant patty. ..,
r quest is illusory and there are
'j : no satisfactions upon arrival 2 pounds ground lean chuck 4 teaspoon ,garlic powder
I OUAhnrrAIGNT1A1efeVtD-MIPSfi00eiHtUWECNESDAY' I anywhere" 2 eggs 1 can ((8 oz.) tomato sauce
Just u others may use aJ' !phod 1 small onion, chopped 2 cups finely crushed pretzels
I 'r or narcotics, travel addlcjtaruse tt teaspoon pepper (UK food mill or blender to
chronic wandering u anejicspe 1 te.apoon..1t prepare crumbs)
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I from reality, a way to relieve : .. ..- .----. -, Combine chuck, eggs onion, pepper salt, garlic powder,
temporarily psychic aches and Dynor i.. Williams above tomato sauce and 1 cup of the pretzel crumbs Mix well and
"FIRST! CUT FLO CANEPORK pains. As Miss Hiett and Mrs. Foods to ODe of the staff of General shape into patties about Vt Inch thick. Roll patties In remaining
lock Corporation and serves u t food editor and story copy crumbs Grill 6 inches above brown
Spur point out, travel Involves gray coals until and
CHOPS: LB.49: SI6AK NING"z 2/3L5, 1.00 its own kind of dis toe writer for the more than 230 products of,the cempaay. Here crusted on both sides Serve on toasted hamburger bun with
equilibrium editor Isclearlngthe recipes of two tasty eooUer Chocolate desired condiments.
SWIFT PREMIUM" The two observersbelfdvebowever Fleet Orange Cookies and Peppermint Tea Cookies for
< use
CHUCK ROAST 69* =::11Jf a.LBClJf2/I.1D that travel addicts differ In a booklet.-.Courtesy of Biker' Semi-Sweet Chocolate
from gypsies! or hoboes Gypsies Famous Peach Cobbler

FLA. GRADE A, WHOLE. TISSUE 'ROLLS. 7/1.01)) have a cultural,and hoboes
ray '
individual whereas
tn indeniity, 1 dg FAMOUS:
FRYERS L&33 BANKER QUARTERS chronic wanderers are trying PEACH COBBLER

olEO ails: .CAN" 8/1-00. ,flee from themselves. 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour;
SHOULDER.. They are distinguishable too'in.tllelr 1 tablespoon sugar;
STEAK ; 99 BALLARD painful childhoods Travel I teaspoons double-acting baking powder;
La *. BISCUITS eoz,12.oil9AN '[addicts are found to have usually' 1/4 teaspoon salt;
I been emotionally-deprived as 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar;
: CAMP GOLDEN ,O ,youngst4rs-.brought up in a 1/4 cup shortening; .
mm. ., WEENETsozcAN3TOKELY [ I (AlAN RIPEN.. ;taster home or Institution or 1/3 cup milk;
:orphaned, or deserted by their 2 cckages(10 oz. each)frozen peaches in quick thaw punch,
JUTTFUL CARDINAL RED :mother\ .-or too rigidly confined thawed;
FRUIT" COCKTAIL 303 CAN 6RA ,ES ,'LB. 130.EEN' .u adolescents 2 tablespoons sugar;
..S1OKEL CUT A Jl Women's Medical News reports -' 1 tablespoon qu1ct-co:>klnr tapioca! ;
GREEN BEANS / Off B l' 'ISC that TAS and Its )pay 1 tablespoon lemon Juice;
303CAN ltllUCE LARGE HEAD .chlalrle consultants try to help 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg;
STOKELY FIRM RIPETOMATOES the troubled wanderer by dealIng i 1/4 teaspoon almond extract;
CATSUP MOZJAR ZCTN..'33{ with the current crisis, d 1 tablespoon butter; Frozen whipped topping, thawed
:whatever It may be, and by "Or use 1 can ((29 oz) sliced peaches.
eTORtE COUPONfeSIZE marshalling the patient's Inner' Sift flour with 1 tablespoon sugar the baking powder, salt,
strengths FRUIT FILLED CANTALOUPE and cream of tartar. Out in shortening ti mixture resembles
KING Some wanderers''are helped (Makes 8.10 servings) coarse crumbs. Add milk; stir with fork until soft dough Is
: SAVINGS to return to their homes Many1 2 formed. Pat or roll dough on lightly flored pastry board until
; .Fa! : I have left mental hospitals or 1 medium cantaloupes l package ((3 ounces) lime dough will fit top of 1-1/2-quart baking dish Cut several slits
l cup ((8ounce cm) "IVOrecc.1Itlneru.hed !
this coupon psychiatric outpatient c1 Wcg.. pineapple near center
UUNDRY DETERGENT ;: But, say" fhelnvestigators i Pineapple syrup plus M cup undiluted Carnation/ Drain peaches, measuring 3/4 cup syrup. Combine measured
Evaporated Milk
; 84 some wanderers must be helped water to make 1 cup syrup, drained peaches, 2 tablespoons: sugar the tapioca
WITNTHISCOUPON OL LOO. to continue their travels. These, lemon Juice, and numeg in diucepan Let stand 5 minutes
LIMIT ONE COUPON Ptt UNIT PUKHASH : Slice off one end of Cook and stir until full Add almond
addicts funcboofalrlywellwhtie' cantaloupe so teeds can be seen Scoop mixture comes to a boil:
cOuPofEXPI! SOII .only t in ,transit but fall apart'definitively out seeds Drain cantaloupes on paper towels. Drain pine. extract and pour Into greased 1-1/2-quart baking dish! Dot with
when forced to,remain apple.; reserve! syrup; Add water to make I cup. Bring butter. Adjust dough on hot fruit mixture, opening silts to
This redeemable only at. .tatlQIW'Y.MATTIE syrup water mixture to boll; pour over gelatin to dissolve. permit escape of steam. Bake at 400* for 25 to 30 minutes,
coupon OS TIMESAVlK'saveyourself !; : Cool slightly Stir In Carnation Evaporated Milk and chill or until top Is browned. Garnish each serving With thawed
I i lot. of grief while until l consistency of unbeaten egg whites: whipped topping. Makes 6 servings.

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nay be Ik* color at mnjr MV ..
television ehre. bat the roles, hull ALL WEEK
drea sad Isncten of the stars ,

ar.Mkblcu still Ctsle very University white, two researchers .

Issued report.say la a recently On These Specials Prices Good thru Wed. bah

Dr. Bradley Greenstarg.professor MSDasssoclate of' o osTOaS Aug. ;

communication, aid Joseph
Dominick, radato asslstuL W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
'compered two average week ais
TV Ylewing.-one In the 66768 -
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they reported Include: E
--Tb. percentage of blacks
playing "major" roles remined NO
about the tame during
both 'UlOu.lIo1r"er,1be I
number of acton playing"bUck
second bananas," or fif'ftunti
to the heroes, Increased the 'A I'
1968 season. nee i
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characters The most
popular professions for black a1WjTwv k"t USDA CI/OICE WA BRAND CORN FED TOP
actors In the 1X7 season were STEAK $1.39 J
i musician,doctors and soldiers.' w
This changed: slightly In 1968 USDA CHOICE W D BRAND COIN FED CLUB 01
to Include the black lawen- SIRLOIN STEAK $1.39TBONE )q
forcer and black cowboy. a LB. LBe
--ThiTpercenUfe of commercials CHOKE WA BRAND CORN FE
showing blacks rose from :

between fire percent seasons to seven percent STEAK LB $1.49 I;

-The roles, dress and HNEMEEH MESH fLA. GRADE 'A'All WHITEMEDIUM '
language of black actors con < Quorttlty Rights ReMrvtd-PrlC.!Good All Wwk Thundoy thru Wednesday July 31 I .Aug. 6 1'0(
formed standards hearily In both white I EGGS.. 2 8 9 WINM.DIXIt..,.11.., ,....coP,.,...,... IM .l


apt them to In take both orders seasons.than to gin. CHUCK ROAST 69* TIP STEAK.; $1.49 POT ROAST. 79*3:

The report, called"Blacks on .. ..... lB. .. .. LB. s

Roles," evaluated television's DELMONICOS $1.99 RUMP ROAST.$1.39 GR. 10 $4.99=
much feature publicized more black intention talent. The to .. ... .. lIS. :
study was one of a series on

communication among the urban CUBE STEAK. $1.49 ROUND ROAST $1.39 GR. BEEF. 5 LBS, $2.59THIS
poor. It looked for any Increasein .. LI LB' .. ;
the number of shows and
The report also tried to WEEKS FEATURE *
evaluate the kind of roles black COFFEE .49 COFFEE .59
actors playeddwhether"white" . .
or "black", good or : .Limit t Code of Your l3+ok.with' $5 00 or Mom PurcrwM Excluding" ClgaroirM
bad, dominant or snbserviant,
minor.In'w/$5 00 or marl purckoM deluding, clgor.lM
major or
studying the two viewing CRISCO *
weeks, the two HSU researchers SHORTENING.
looked at prime and COFFEE CUP
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sports events or news teJecutar *
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study also reported that kmgSii.LEMON FRESH'FAB .
one Important trend In the 1968- Z gO' *
69 season was the technique, t Nr..99
in advertisements and variety /** _-
shows, of surrounding blacks _' l 48-Ct ASTOR Imlr I w/SOO or mar.pufcKow..eluding cigor tli
with crowds. .
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of guests In an all- will be for j just 29(. For each $3 In grocery''I . . . . .
white show was five,according purchases, you are entitled i I to one piece at this low 48.01, ASTOR?.limt I 1w135.00orma.purcho.scludaecgo..x./,
to the report. In shows featuring price There's no limit .with I a $6 purchase you can
get 2 pieces. and so on. *
a black,the average number COOKING OIL 69
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that although the'68-69 season *
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minority people in shows and . . .
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Dr. Greenbefg and . .. .
:Dominick' hoep to examine Tomatoes..6/l Cut Beets.... 8/l
further questions raised by the
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I Train Porters Given 'Opportunity To Test Job Bias In Wages And Conditions,

U.S.- Ceremonial: Guard- Beat" In Service, And. Performance" United States Appeals Court II I

p Sustains Contentions AgainST

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LOUZ4.-Ten Negro train porters who sued the Missouri
Pacific Railroad on charges of racW discrimination In wages
and conditions of employment have been grantedanother opportunity
( to challenge the railroad In court on violation of Title
Vll of the Civil Rights Act of 1994.

| An opinion handed down by of the U.s. District Court'The
a 1' Ji1 Liti 1 the United States Court of appeal was argued In the Circuit
1 | Appeals for the Eighth Circuit Court in St. Louis, las
here, July 16, vacated the District April 16.
Court Judgement: which The porters' complaint
W t. 4f' i dismissed the porters' suit on charged that the railroad
M tile pound that the 1964 Act classified them "as train
was not applicable In light of porters because: \ of their Negro '
I the Railway Labor Act which race reason of such
does not prohibit racial discrimination. classification they are denied

equal employment opportunities -
The Appeals Court sustained compensation and advancement
m the contention of the porters as compared with
through their NAACPattorneys, their alleged white counter-
Miss Barbara Morris of New parts, the brakemen." They
York City and George Howard, further contended that "theyare
Jr., of Pine Bluff Ark, that tested for and perform the
the Civil Rights Act of 1964 same functions as white brake-
superseded the earlier Railroad men employed by the railroad
Act. The railroad, the and that the class or craft of
court ruled, "is not exempt 'train porter' represents an unlawful

-..... _._n _", ..... from the provisions of Title racial classification
::: VII.' Accordingly, the case was torically, presently,operate

j$ WASHDfGTOIf D.C.--B eoeJdbe ..tlltmlddol; batata**1' lore, pride and honor for country. They are young men with Katlon's Capltat Toe only difference between these men and remanded to the lower court ing to discriminate against
ft f the cheers of a crowd, or the military atmosphere provided solemn :work ranging from escort duty at a military funeral to other Navy men Is that they are all over six feet tall and their for proceedings on the meritsof them.
:Sffor a visiting dlgnitarr. But no matter where, they perform standing sentry watches at a naval lnsta latlon. In addition, Job Is honoring men who live or die for AmerJca.i'IIoto by the charges of discrimination. The Appeals Court decision:
2:with preelsioo: and dignity. The 134 men that make up the U.S. they are present at wreath-layings, parades memorial services J02 Milton Harris, IBN. tas handed by Circuit Judges
Navy Ceremonial Guard have a Job that Is characterized by drill team shows and color guard details held in the Tae train porters, an all- Floyd R. Gibson and Harry .
.. m blak corps of railway workers, A. Blackman, with Judge Myron
have long complained that, although H. Bright concurring.Granblini .
The VnMIn Heir they perform essentially .
f: 'I'IIP mightiest of living thing/ ii the giant! sequoia found on the YELLOW VashinftORHie
I t: "'western Klopn of the Sierra Nevada Considered the exemplary, III one aerond our Sun radiatesmore ._ the same tasks as the brake- Prof
is: the General Sherman in 272 feet high with a basal circumference energy! than man hue need! : W .' i', 'f't tom men, a lily-white contingent of
f: of 102 fret InrongruotMly, the cone of a giant sequoia are only Nine the hi'Binnmn* of tiviluu railway employees, they receive
'f. l two or three Inches long. turn less pay, enjoy less To North
working conditions
,w rimnw and are denied equal promotion
opportunities litigation La. College
initiated by the porters to
correct this discrimination by GRAMBLING LA. (SPECIAL)
ti the railroads and the onions ---E.F. Purvis, a GrambUng
!i' dates back to 1946. faculty member revelling in a
4 The rich store of data accumulatedin
present case was
.MARKET'SSTORE t ? erglnally! filed Dec. 30, 1966, 30-odd years of service to
SU P.ER d in the U.S District Court sitting the Institution, has been named
Director of Development for
a In Little Rock, Ark In response
to a motion filed by the Missouri the North Louisiana college.
LOCATIONS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Pacific, the lower court dismissed In making the announcement
IDGIWOOD AND AVENUE B W DAVIS 1944 ATLANTIC BlVD, the complaint June 27, President R.W.E. Jones said
KINGS HO. AND MYRTLE AVE. 301 BROAD 21st l and MONCRIEF RD ,1968, on the ground of lack of "His many years of service
: 3701 EMERSON RD 9th AV(. r 3rd ST, JACKSONVILLE BEACH Jurisdiction. One month later, to the college as well as his
THE FOLLOWING STORES OPEN SUNDAY 1Itra I Iille the NAACP filed a notice of contacts over the state qualify
i him admirably for the responsibility.
EDGEWOOD AVE. JAX BEACH appeal. This was followed,Aug. "
; + .! 2, 1968, by a motion for injunction .
and for stay of order Purvis has worked toward Inaugurating
uSGOy J. the development
ED GOIiOC' .;,JJ. ...... program for the past two days

Above ar e the famous Vandellas and Martha Reeves who wl appearing in Washington Lincoln's cabin wan made of anguratlng the development
D.C. were thrilled as Presidential Assistant Robert Brown pointed out scenic highlights logs from the Ameman white program for the past two years
,ka ti'F 'alt y rJ
;ti t from the White House Rose Garden. This was a first for the Motown trio."-Motown Photo.World. oak under a federal grant awardedto
I strengthen developing

:: v I. 59'4 colleges.President Jones said the office

Ohio NAACP Protests RacismIn N ews Digest of development is concerned

RIBSi primarily with a total advance-
ment program for the college.
Marion I In Convention Move TOUGH COMPETITION While his prime responsibility

LONDON-NPI-Beavy rain, hecklers, and sound equipmentIP will be fund raising:,Purvis will
MARION, tad.-More thanlSOO: t'1r1l1lO 1..95 NAACP activists from Illinois, people are treated wrong In Power party in Trafalgar Squ ire recently, 45 minutes after with public relations, alumni
Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan I Marlon, the hurt Is recognized It had gotten underway. The rally was called to protest Enoch affairs and other areas of the
Ohio West Virginia and Wisconsin by black people all over this Powell's repatriation speech, but first the microphone broke college, seeking involve business -
r t6 DDUE CRYSTAL converged here July 20, country! dom then party leader, Roy Sawn, became embroiled in an industry, government and I
for "The March on Marlon, I i The climax was reached when exchange of words with United I Coloured People's association foundations in financial PM. I|
Indiana," focusing attention on the local branch presented its members; and finally the rain,,,, which had been very light, be- grams to strengthen the college I
SUGAR city's biased policies In such: ,, manifesto detailing specific came a downpour and meet growing demands that
critical areas as employment charges of racism. In employment cannot be set with state funds.
I FRwf DRINKS housing and education. both civic and' private WELLREPRESENTEDBELGRADENPIThe President Jones pointed out *
1 After a three-mile march to concerns were upbraided for third I in the series of non-aligned that a particularly desperate
'"!x S LB DAG'39 the city's Court House, where hanging on the age-old philosophy summit conferences, which con vend in the Yugoslavian capital shortage of matching funds has I
ay three Negroes were lynched! applied to Negroes, "last recently was outstanding in that 127 of the 51 countries partlclpairller prevented GrambUng from
; 1935, the crowd heard addresses. hired-first fired." Jobs were ting were from Africa. The eitime meeting marked the first taking full advantage of dollar-
CANS'BAIIGUET by Dr. L.H. Holnun of Joliet, demanded for Negro firemen, that Black African untie as were in the majority at the stretching federal aid pro .
m., Father James Groppl of policemen, and bus drivers summit sessions. Principal topic on the minds of the )Black grams.
Milwaukee,' and Syd Finley while specific industries, such Africans was the "apartheid"had situation in South Africa, which One private dollar will obtain
quad-state NAACP field as Indiana Bell Telephone were in early conferences been labeled, "most odious..and... nine federal college for student\
director. Dr. Holnun Is a' asked to increase Negro employment constitutes a violation of the universal Declaration of the loans and work-study programs,
FROZEN member of the NAACP Boardof ratio. Rights of Man' he said.
Directors.The The main demands focusedupon Purvis's immediate concern
MEAT PIES speakers warned that housing urged the city to SCHBM is securing wider support for,
t racial Injustices In Marlon must i consider and passatalrhousing SALBBURY-NPI"As) bad a s Ian Smith's government is matching grants, research and.
SHORTENING be stopped, or the community ordinance "that IsmeanlfngnL" with its whites only rule In Ihodesia, he is presently being development projects scholariShlp -
,6 ROE. $ coo and vigorously enforce building upstaged by a group of white settlers who think the govern- programs, lectureships, '
Veterans Corner>, code violations. ment's policies are not strict e nough. Robin James, a memberew 'and professorships, recruiting|
iwe':l Demands relating to education of parliament, has formed a right-wing political group, and special enrichment
from the Conservative Alliance which: is pledged "to the
EDITOR'S. NOTE: BeloW are, ranged more Negro employment preserva- activities for students.
authoritative answers by the especially in administrative tin of the European (white man) and his civilisation In Pawls is a graduate of
WESSON Veterans Administration to posts to inclusion Rhodesia, abolition of political Integration, and for separate Southern University; Baton
of Afro-American Inthe racial community Identification
some of the many current questions history Rouge, and holds the M.A.,
OIL from former servicemenand school curriculum, and proper, degree from .Michigan State
their families. Further Information portrayal of Negroes In all *.*****. University, East Lansing.

on Veterans benefits :texts, especially American OLD CRABS .
'i : CAN49 may be obtained at any VA history books. King craba link the Atomic Age -
I 1BTTL 35 office. The city was asked consider' with the primeval world. Theyare WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo
S,LB, Immediately a FoodStamp Program the oldest dwellersin
among I
:: n:1 am eligible for vocational Waiting-Credit Approved on Spot
for the needy; to provide the sea living, on after tome
LooT rehabilitation training from the
recreational facilities and a of their early conh'mpurari..1have | H
'' OR MOILE FOOD 1 Veterans Admlnlstratlcabe- community center for all ftiden" ; become fossils. 67 CADILlAC SEDAN DEVIUI "?..-.............."- $349
Vlet-Nam. However, I understand VINYUOOfl.
.i 'r that I W'1lleee1'. only 65 BUICK RIVIERA eaAAArsre1195
': y training compared with |130 a .. luau MATS.All CONDITION
:f' fHT .r BALLARD EGGS month for regular GI Bill train 69 CHtVEUI MAUBU ...?._.... ,.__.:.-.__$5791
A: The "differ....:e",is that In Tour Doctor Prescribesget i 69 IAMBUS SST ..................'.....?."--.'..*." $279
!.. addition to thr I$110 a month Experienced Pharmacists VI AUTOMATIC TlANSMISSION, 1&1\ POWER ITHRlNG,AM COM
tl f';. t LUUU subsistence a'uowance you will I To Fill To Your Prescriptions Doctor's Orders.We according .' TON 41 CHEVY FACTORY II WARRANTY.NOVA -.??...".--......-...........?.M$179
t:: receive while undergoing vocational I RM,AUTOMATIC,FOWU STHUNO,FACTORY WARRANTY.4S .
: es,ar r.iv+r/ cB.39 TUNloozc. }. 204 rehabilitation training, Use Oly The Best Quality PONTIAC CAT AUNA.?....?..-....:.................$2695
i : your tuition, books, fees and !i Drugs er i 2 DR OR 4 OR KTOfI.THese CARS AM JUST UKC New WITH All"CON01.uoe4 .
t C. BlackProprietor
I other costs ,
elated with II01'maUyuaoI training will I' *7 FORD GAIAXII500 _.........,?._""-"-.." $199
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-BORDER e p Administration. Veterans 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You CUSTOM FACTORY Vt, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, FOWU ITKIUNO, RM/
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FREESTONE allowance. TouprobablyreaUie Cosmetics-Rubber Goodscllldles _....__.?--...--;-,---- $125
wlUalao receive: compensation SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS
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.f I" you take either type of trainingor i DELIVERED.r., u "b::1'" '
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Reed Center Gets Off To : Big Start With. Games. In All Divisions And-Areas -' !

Roster Philmonl Scout Ranch and Explorer Base In NM
Completed For Action


With Teams Striving For Top

Tto Emwt Red Center S'ira.iv' l1:IJkeball: 1 League got off
to a big start Monday July U, with games in all age divisions
played during the week

The complete team roster dogs.
follows: July 30: Dynamics: vs. Bustersand
Senior Mens league: "The Wildcats vs Panthers.
Whit Kids," Jerome Wheeler, August 4: Bulldogs vs. Wildcats : -
Earl .Greene Osborne Long-: and Busters! .. Panthers.
worth Charles Thompson August 6: Panters vs. Bulldogs -

Milton Thorn: Lester Joseph: ,and Dynamics ;s.. Wildcats -
Ruben Leonard and Bobby .

Graves August WJdcatsvs: Busters.
"Phantom," Willie Murray, and Bulldogs vs. Dynamics.

John Jaeksoa, Larry Stephens August 13: Bulldogs. Busters c e
John Dantzler Jerome and Dynamics vs Panthers.
Richardson, Ken Biori and August 18: Panthers vs Wildcats '- r.-"I:.,.._. 4: I ""\f'rT" __ ;aT: i

Edgar Bennett."The' and Busters vs Dynamics CIMARRON, NM-Scouting: at Phllmont Is fun for the youngster Mexico. In the sacoad: picture aScout is working with an NRA In- visit the ranch each sum ler. Youngsters interested in visiting
Temptations "Babba": August Panthers vs In the picture to the, left a young.Scout t.out on a mountain; .structor and is learning to practice hunter safety.In the picture, this famous Scoutery should contact the local Boy Scout Office I
Fields Tyrone Brown, Earl''' Busters and Wildcats! Bull- or talk with their Scoutmasters.: --Photos by Skip Boyer Ian>
vs. trail ride, under the direction of a Phllmont wrangler. Phllmcnt at the right famed Archie Moore Is an active Scouter and visited
Murray, George Longwjrth dogs. runs more than 250 saddle horses, the largest remuda in New Phllmont to talk and hike with the more than 11,000, Scouts who Bentley and Mark Clayton j>
Buck McKelver Glenn Klecicle August 25: Wildcats vs. ,
Y. Bernard Wilkes and Geroge Dynamics and Bulldogs: vs.

Wells. Pan hers, Wide Open Spaces Thrill
"The Cavaliers," Fred Davis, August 27: Dynamics vs. Bull Emmett ,Reed Basketball Team Tough Contender
Roland Williams, Lorenzj H.1rt. dogs and Busters vs Wildcats
Joseph Lore,Earnest Robinson The Junior girls' team All Yougsters Who Visit Here

Jerly Neither, Earl Murray and membership is as follows: t
Lee Joseph.The .
Payne Street "Tigers"Venessa Cimirron H.--This Is a big wide-open land out here.
follows July 29
WhIz Kids Scott Debris Melvin Rolling cactus-studded plains stretch East as far as the* eye,
vs Phantoms and
Cynthia Jackson Joni Mayes can see and the towering Sangre de CrIsto mountains blot out
Cavillers vs. Tem'>latloos.
Betty Highland! and Barbara
,the blue New. Mexico sky to the wast.
July 31, Temptations vs. Whiz Lamb.
Kids and Phantoms vs. Durkeevllle "Costers." This is a land with room fora Scout Ranch and Explorer Base / 0 Ay"ta
Cavaliers. Sharon White Joyce Melvin boy to stretch and growto .- the 14-square mile nationalcamping i
> August 5.: Cavaliers vs. Whiz Marian Harris, Emma West be alone with the thoughtsand area of the Boy Scoutsof
Kids Temptations vs. moreland Carlise Hawk Wanda nature or pit his strength America-.the largest boys' s
Phantom Westmoreland and Linda against the challenge of the ranch In the world
August 7: Temptations v.. Jackson mountains This Is Phtlnunt This summer more than 11,000
Cavaliers and Pnantoiis vs. boys-,Scouts and their leaders
Whiz Kids.August --w 11 come to this sprawling'

12: Cavaliers vs Plans For Blac k Brewery Get mountain ranch in northeasternNew
Mexico for 12-day high
Phantoms and Whiz Kid vs
adventure ticks In the Tugged
August 14: Phantoms; vs Under Way In Milwaukee Wis. mountains. "
will be sunned !
Temptations ml Whiz Kids vs They upon
and hailed They will L
Cavaliers upon upon. 1J
Black & Trust
MILW IUK6E-N: PI-) Philadelphia Bank 1
hike steep hails, narrow trails
Tbs Junior boys' League $
members are business enterprise' Is moving 'company and Freed jra : and trails that spend more time
: ahead to several cities across Bank of New York under water than on dy land.
"Panthers; Eugene Frazier. the nation. In Philadelphia! stock Is being
They watch in awe as a thunder
Jerom Michael
3-01 Wilson for airline
Among the latest gains sold for a Black
storm breaks of them,
on top
Earl Jefferson Amiss Smith
: minority enterprise are the Captain Wendell Levlster of
and lightening plays tag with "
Robert Wilson,Bernard W:'ight, possible purchase of a North Philadelphia is Issuing
the ponderosa pines They will
John Bozarl Jerry Toby Black in airline venture to
Milwaukee brewery by a stock an : a
shiver as the cry of mountainlion
Charles Scantling Mc-
Larry Central
In Philadelphia be in Hondiras
spits the air. They will
Daniel Carl Jackson. tooestablishaa
Black airline America. pl
sink, exhausted, by a campfire -
"Dynamcs: Stele Greena Black operation of a service The captain, who has been Y iJ
in a high mountain meadow
Ricky Jones Lee Harris station In Miami and the advancement flying In North and South
and listen to the !liquid chatterof
Nathaniel Matthews Lawrence
of a Black.owAedpublicrelatlons America since World War 0,
stream it talks its
Dixon, Gregory Washington! firm In hopes to first establish an excursion a as --1'It .
way down the mountainside.They ,
Preston Robinson and
Roy Atlanta, service and then go on will work hard-there is W t
DII n. In Milwaukee, a group called to miking regular runs in a nothing easy about the challenged
"Clock &is'ers," Bernard the United Black Enterprises is turbo-prop airliner. He needs the mountains--but they will
Harris Walter Greena, water raising funds to bid for pur- $150,000 for purchase of a play hard too.,

Bright,' Anthony Webb Norman chase of the Blaiz operations Douglas DC-7 plane., .I. .. .( They will have an opportunityto
Webb Anthony Greene, Craig of Pant Brewing company. ,While In Honduras Captain participate in many activities
Brown, Christopher Bright According to a spokesman for Levister earned a reputationas offered in Phllmont's 20 staffed
Carl Smith."Wildcats. the group, midj up of Black the "Ebony Eagle" mountain camps including
," Tyrone Wilson businessmen In Milwaukee: the In Miami, four former cabdrivers mountaineering, gold panning,
Ronald Jackson William Hoffman organization has commitments: !lave formed a corporation -
gold mine tours archaeology
Freddy Silas and Donald so far of nearly $7-million! for they call Soul Brothers, burro pack trips,Hunter Safety
Jackson. making a bid Inc, set up expressly to lease and
training survival forestry
"Bulldogs" Jackie Robinson Of this amount, $5-miUion has and operate an Atlantic service conservation. Black white

Carl Thompson Mardls Joe, been promised the group by station In the Liberty City section yellow, and red, they will camp,

Cralt Michael Bovn Lucas.Ashley Wesley. and five Eastern Black banks people--First Includng of Miami and hike together in J't>. ", : ;",:-1 ,,"e j. ,rf ,"' :'. "' .. ,. .. .:,..!. .. -
two run by ood of Scouting.EQUAL -
The JUNIOROOVSSCHED1LE! Shown alxww are members of the Gulf Life "Phantoms" from left are: John Jackson John Larosa, John Dantzle'r,
follows: EMPLOYMENT basketball team The "Phantoms"! are strong contenders for Edgar Bennett and Captain Willie Murray, Larosa formerly
July 28 Panthers VI, Alabama State Hosts the championship honors In the Emmett Reed Community attended Howard University In Washington, D.C. Mirrlyand : I
Dynamics and Busters Bull- OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION Center Summer Basketball League now In session. They will Richardson were standout players at Walker's! Bus.nesifCollege. !

Big Western Star Convention 1800 G Street, N.W.ashmgton participate in the Senior Men's League. Kneeling, from the' !
Social Security D C. 20506 left, are: Larry Stephens and Jerome Richardson Standing
MO.WGOMZRY Alabama Joseph, at safeties and linebacker
: riSmNGTRIPS : .
"In the flurry of actlvitle- State University Dr. Levi respectively. Boy Scouts Learn At Cimarron NM ALLERGY SUFFERERS barb and store lures In the
has released Score highlights are outstanding Keeping your home as dust- Insure an enjoyable fishing
Just before and after the weddIng -, Watkins presided highlights The Hornets ou'duelled tha free U possible will afford relief trip or outing by exercising a tackle box until needed. Beffcre
ou: June brides could have some o! the many: Savannah State Tigers 35-32. to allergy victim In your few simple precautions with casting your line make certain I
of the football centennial year Shield hooks there are no obstacles In
overlooked one important placeto Fort I family Other helpful aids in. your ftlhlnlleBr. the
register a name change-.the nothing losses and gains. They romped over Valley clude the replacement of dust- 1 with a small cork over the way. j jWWhen
2819. Knoxvllle na literally
Last season the record was collecting cloth curtains with
Carver Station Social Security 8-I-L The Conference recordwas bombarded by 62-19 Albany was"skunked" glass.fiber curtains and the UM I
office" ways James H.Middle- 811. The outstanding playof by a score of 240. of low-pile or washable.rugs. t

ton, Manager. It Is necessarythat Johnny Pleasant halfback, The great Flsk lost 427. .J !l.take a case, I thoroughly
bride's correct name Watch
a Thrills were addud when the
daft choiceof
and the fifth-found 1
shown on her social security the Kansas City Chiefs wasa Hornets met Morehouse and 1tgr study the background

card to make sure she receive highlight. He was drafted tied, 1919. Then they went on + This Clown Events happening years before I
credit for all earnings and
to of 27-21 the ?
a victory over ,
than player from any
social security. taxes withheld higher college in any Alabama, Including' A&U Bulldogs downed Clark 21 13 98 can win a day in court.W i i,

.from her pay Auburn and the University of 30-13 rolled over Miles 2912

Since a good many Jacksonville AIa, ,ama. Other highlighst Included and were upset by the Tuskegee that's why I picked
"Misses" changed their namesin Tigers 23-21. 48 19 35' .
the fine offensive comebacks -
the month of June, Middleton mn Gordon's London Dry Gin. -
In most games by the The 1969 schedule Is as follows <
urged every bride to write orvisit team. Slept 19, Savannah State,Montgomery J Good English background
the local office and return Accordlnr to Coach Holbert. ; 27, Fort Valley State, 15 I
her old social security card. Ralph .Miller and a sure Fort Valley. October 3, Knoxville 1 Dry the way I like it.,'

!-When' we receive the old card bet for all-Conference and All- Montgomery; U, Albany a *a.,
in she fills out simple State 17 Mont 9 Chuffs.Uoyti Allomty Advitor to tb*Sliuson titithmgton
::1 person America honors will definitely Albany) Flsk Coordintung Council Counul lot Tht Bank of Finance.Advisor to OpwatidnBoolstrip.
., form and we Issue a new cardto lead the team. Miller has already gomery; 24, Morehouse Muotgomerjr. C1IIARROf. NMs-Learnlng the proper techniques of .ss one of It.most tuccusful young<'"f>'*in the Southwest J
her before she leaves the 2 ,
caught the eye of many mountaineering a young Scout left, tries his hand at scalinga I
he added.If November 1 Alabama
office, scouts and. If Ivy can come MM.
rock wall at Phllmont Scout Ranch and Explorer Base in the
the old card Is returned by around, they should provide Magic ClassicBirming mountains of New Mexico. Phllmont the
mail, a new card can be mailed Alabama State with one of the ham; 7. Clark Montgomery; 214--sgtaremile camping area of the Boy Scouts of America.In 85 14 23
in a few days.! deadliest passing combines in Miles 15, Montgomery,27;
the .second picture youngsters are learning how tasty
The office Is at 2188 West I
the Conference Bruce Taylor Tuikegee, Homecoming' wilderness cooking can be. However two Scouts are fining: '
13th Street at Canal-telephone class Sometimes
from New Jersey should lead Thanksgiving out that dehydrated they're cracked He's up Sometimes
791-2517. This office Is open the line. The defense will 'be For further information con- to be. Photos by John IaShelleeaandarSkipwhat Boyer. up ,He's down. He AddsSubstracts
8.30 to 4:30 Monday through depending on stellar performances tact Thomas Knight Sports Information ,He works It all around
Friday and 9:00 to 12.00 on by Doonell Williams and Public Relations r

Saturday. and the Smith Twins Joel and Alabama StateMnntgomeryw 1 Sports.Parade 24 : 19 48 -

Thf IIIC. I< x'i .pnl "nt In ( '("n ( .* TIES FOX'S MARK 69MAN'S
CDJCINNATlNPIHank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves belted

the 534th home run of his career to tie Jimmy Foxz for fourth DAYSNUMBERED.
; ? em 4 place on the all-time homers list, as the Braves defeated .
? the Cincinnati Reds, 10 to 4, In the second game of their
recent double header. Foermer Yankee great Babe Ruth Is first .
on the all-time list, with Willie Mays of the San Francisco J

T O N I T ET Giants in second place. ';i'Health.and frays Fortune ire can Numbered be roar's,

MATINEE 1st Race 8:15 PMpm PLAYS LUBONHOMESTEAD when you know,your LuckyJays:

WD.-.SAT. 2 MINOR CUM N.Y. (NPT-Tan Johnny Sample defensive 'Lucky Colors, Set.. 1,0''

I'95 captain of the New York Jets of the American Football League Send $2.00 for your
last week: appeared to be playing the role of a liaison man for Horoscope Guide for
DIRECT TO TRACK IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORTI Jets Quarterback Joe Namath and his teammates. Sample was

trying to get Namath whose football future was still unresolved ,AUGUST

1- flUINIELAS EVERY RACE to come to the Jets training camp to talk to the players. Fill $to the Uanfc below and. tot MwGodas'OM.cwmdn

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CHARGERS GET A "SAYERS" Box 1171. Jacksonville, ria.r Enehrxl.s IrlS.t
ORIGINAL DAILY OOUUE LAST 2 RACES SAM DIEGO-CNPn-The San Diego Chargers last week signeda It'ItgQNt......Enp4+4
...ON M 'in i RitcEJtummYomovEtisra J ADMISSION ONLY S0< football player named Sayers, but it was not the celebrated r NAME- I "-ICe end tile-'d I I1'"I
FREE fARKING rollback of Uw Chicago Bears Gale Sayers The,Chargers I ISTREET--. nttlfrLLINIIaiULSIanwmwIAlrmspssw, _SIlY ILI1".IU L .

signed Ron Sayers. 2L Gale's younger brother former ,.DATE:or BIRTH s .y, '
I IJ Ih running back at Omaha, and the Chargers; No. 2 draft choice.; i I

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ergo PAPERS,r--- .eIt1I011Y.W" .._ u AUGUST .L nu

Asslinnent Time Funeral Marvin Young Services' 111 FnneralHbtice Fla. Hock Front's Demands Alabama Black Candidates

YOUNG-larvin Unlocks Drive Young died, "to July ofM79 lade To Baptist BrotherhoodBAPTIST Take Over Greene Country

27, In Tuskegee, Alabama following Re/ Mrs Maggie Everhart,
84 auto Ie c Idest. Mr well bon citizen and licensed BROTHERHOOD EUFAW, Ala.:-Not since Reconstruction has the state of
Young was born In tU. city and minister of the CUE; Churchof N01-NEGOTIABLEDEMANDS from the BLACK COMMUNITY Alabama suffered s:rb a. setback: u it experienced Tuesday,
had resided here all n y4e 1Ya ? ,fiy was a graduate of Stanton Vocational -; 23, in her resideace.Mrs.Ever- Ip view cf the leadership role during the past one hundred won control of the Greene\ County, White FAMUProfessor
k { School and a student at hart was born in Chester, Fla years played'by the black Ministers aid Churches in the Cojunission: and Board o* Education -
Toskegee Institute. He was a and had resident her for a Black community, we feel that the Black Churches and in what, Black leaders
member of Bethel Baptist Institutional number of years. She was a Ministers we issue these non-negotiable demands say, bids will the end of white: Sees
Church, Rev Rudi- member of Holsey Chapel CUE 1. Being that God made us in his own image; symbols and political<4< {,ir.inatlpn in the Black
)lob Mcdlsslckmisister.Survl- Church, Sid and Franklin, Rev portraits of all supreme beings should be in the image of Belt. Good In BlackUniversity
;vcrs Include his father, Marvin Dar McElvln, minister, Ridsd blak paopla Rev Ralph David Abernathy;
4 Tome Sr., affiliated 'vith the Macao Temple 188, Daughter 2. Black Churches must henceforth support: the organizing told a victory rally bore
Police Dept.; mother,Mrs.Jean Elks and Pallbearers Society of oppressed people, verbly, physically and financially by Tuesday SIght, "W'jat you've
Young, city: ; step-mother: Mrs No. 10. Survivors Include a announcements of meetings and any other activities done here is going to sp.eid
Doris Young, city;rriM.m fibers husband, Rrv. Tony Everbart; relevant to the lives of Black people all over the Black Belt' Unofficial Black Schools have a right
Mrs Leola Ross, Mrs 3. W< demind that Black Churches support the B/eatfast returns shoved that the to their existence! say two of
Pearl Baker and Mrs Lucille program put forth by Florida's Black Front. Blacks were overwhelming Florida's outstanding educators .
D.. Nelson; grand-father, Jimmy 4. We demand that Black Ministers cease suppo; .-ting white winners. .
XT TDtt:-Early morning meeting servicemen Is Kelson, Washington, D.C.j 8 politians over Black Politians. W, so stipulate that It will The six Blacks. In an election A white! woman professor,niw
alive with banter and Jesting at MR Tire Service, Kansu sisters; 4 brothers; uncles and not be tolerated In the Black community ordared by the United States at Florida AIM, Dr. Louise
:vClly: Kin., u owner Luther D. White (front, center) assigns aunts Including Mrs. Susie McDonald a. Sis maths prior to any election Black Ministers will Supremo Court took four of Blackwall, said earlier this
,the day's work "Hint men art available for the first round of and Jimmy Nelson, Jr. not allow stifle politians to speak In a Black Church on any the five county conuaiss'on!' week that the Black school
,serrict calls to glint off-the-road and track tire customers. cousins; other relatives occasion. seats and two seats on the schoal offers encouragement, the
.:The servicemen are: ((1. to r.) Adelly Young, Albert Brahtley, many sorrowing friends Funeral b. Toe holiness of the pulitsbould not be used for the commercialization board. opportunity for identification,
Earnest Young, Roosevelt Davis,Char lesFantroy,John Watson, will be at I: p.m. Saturday of wttte candidates, but it's holiness and Greene County Is eightythreeper the opportunity for the building
-Charley Jenkins, James Phillips and Bufford Lindsay B.F. in Bethel Baptist InstuYlonal sancltity should be used to be more responsive to :the Blau: cent black. The Black. Belt and development of race p:ede.
'tkwdrlch tire salesman Joe Montgomery Jokes with the men as Church with Rev Rudolph MeKlsslck community These demand are of the most Importance: because is strongly populated! by Blacks. This prominent educator, a
they prepare to Ie".. minister, officiating, polltlce la the past as well as the present has not served Dr. John Cashin, head of the graduate of Florida said,"They
The body can be viewed in the ? politic In the past as well u the present hu not served National Democratic party of have enou( to get through
CliiTCiri1 Family Room after 6: p.m. the needs of Black people, also because of the numerous Alabama, forecast still greater college without having to bade
Viitii Friday and at the church from .support that white politians have received from Black victories .' .. ,white society. Theysmpyhae:
hip Expert for lUlbtwurkeri..f 10:a.m., Saturday. Following the Ministers and churches, therefore we conclude< that the above According to Dr: Cashin, this all theycan to come to college
sight out. Phone 158OOOC.I
eulogy the body will not be demands must be mat .
Cocktail Waitress..Cashier victory will simply: serve u a and struggle with the acadanu:
Trainee-Full Time. Apply 600 Inn Fir IntUhfuraishedEutstde viewed.local Burial will be made In S.:.W, demand from the Baptist Brotherhood venal, physical springboard for others. Names system, and solve their other:
Club, Jacksomrllle Beach. : $40.00 a cemetery by Carter'sFuneral and an Immediate financial grant of one thousand dollars of the NDPA candidates were problems without having to
Month. Call 3539942. Home, Sammie L.Davis Mrs. 0000)) u August: 15, 1989, to help foster Welfare Mothers left off the ballot In Novemtor:: struggle with living in a white
L.FJ Maggie Everhart organizational efforts, In view of their continua and undying by Probate Judge Dennis dormitory, in a white society
I daughter, Mrs Lucille Lanier; support' of Black Churches the above demands must be mat. Heruden, chairmaaofthecounty that still dou not accept them,"
tf ifaif(14( r r nr mI ITEM .Abut.SUMMER great rrw=bfJdren,WUlI. 6. We demand that the Baptist Brotherhood join with the commission, on the contention Dr. BlackwilJ; comrsfrom
'CLASS Charles Hayes, Cynthia and United Black Clergy of American to support; and promote that they were not properly Florida State University. There
Valerie Barney! ; God daughter, the Black Manifesto formnlated by the Black Economics qualified.The she taught three years button
I ( / 1 Now Starting Lola I M. Trapp; son-in-law, Conference held In Detroit, MicHigan Supremo Court said that that her better teaching might
William Lanier; nieces; 7. We demand that the Baptist Brotherhood provide adequate the sate had been abused and be done at FAMU. She never
a e Hospital Aide Class nephews; cousins; other relatives space or resources for spare for Reverend Cleage's forthcoming ordered the special election. applied for work anyuere. els,.
Casbi.rSale.Clerktcindergartn aodfirends Funeral will visit to Jacksonville in order that all Black Ministers At least t two whites: one a The teacher's attitude is that
Teachers': be at 3 p.m. Saturday In Holsey and their congregations will have an opportunity; / to hear his ''women, expressed "sickness" ,people>> must be understoal in
I U YOUR Aide Chapel CME Church with Rev. message on the relevancy of Black Religion./ at the results.. However, one terms of them.elves. Though
irw Plano-Gu;lar-heory Dave McElvln minister, 6, We call for a Joint-proclainutloa or part of all Black white hoped that adjustmentswould she Is from the State of Mississippi
\- and and Orchestra Ins!ru- officiating. The body can be Ministers to call a meeting of all Black edjcators ud the be made, she hu no trouble reachIng -'
meotsMOLDDCS viewed In the Family Room after general Black community of the third Sunday night in August Harry C. Means was the top solutions. Experience, said
cw 11tIKiMERIWL 1 p.m. Friday. Burial will be at Shiloh Baptist Church to discuss the current crisis in vote getter He said,"Folks are Miss Blackwell, has taught her
COLLEGE, nude In Mt. Olive Memorial Black education! : in Duval County. Just tired of being ruled by.theothe' much .about race relations,
'itll West 20th StieotRegistrar Park by Carter's Funeral 9. We demaid that Baptist Brotherhood and individual Ministers : race." Miss Blackwell struck against
355-9724. Call Home,Saminle L.Davis,L.F.D. solicit sjpjort of Industries in Jacksonville through their the use of the wjrds"culturally
rn is Moo, Tues, Wed., and Frt Fraternal rites will be held by collective efforts to provide Jobs for Black people and to sat& Appointed! deprived" They are really' educationally
y a ':10 to 10:03. Macao Temple 166, Daughter np a private meeting of all Black leaders and Clergymen with deprived she felt
Elks at 7.30 pm. Friday lathe Mr. H. Rap Brown in his forthcoming visit to Jacksonville. White standards* hare caused
H tllflf Faneral Chapel with Mrs 10. We demand that all Black Ministers cease Jblic.y attacking I them to be considered
Prices good thrt Wed. Jnly 2 only at, Hattte..r. James,daughter. Ruler, 'Black leaders on national, state and local levels. "culturally Caprlved."
Kings R*. 4 Xnshmg 21st b Myrtle Ave. piasiofif: The FAMU staff member deplored -
*8th t Davis Ms..33rd l> MoacriefEageWMd ( the fact that mere, whiten!
Ate at Clevebud Rd.G AI Deiisor Is do not attend the school: She
l felt that educationally' deprived
Heck-White Owners
PlayIRI HeroOu whites might find It a good
I Jtm':. pber..
1. "' 11f'\,1-; "laiit A first Black and White owued magazlae company has become .a
!ii :'; y 'ORCONTRACTORS :; Aiivst 31A
=:: ,50. HOrnS'( & reality, off the blueprint. John Miller, m, white, above,
CaSfcrrlaWIneBotte 1 : I PARTin.gISi1Ui1NtSOUVAEICE presides over Equal Opportunity Publication, Inc., publishers Diiiisoo, veteran receiver Muscular Dystrophy
t I .; of the magatlne Equal Opportunity. Alfred Dvckett, black, of Jacksonville, named to the
toe: Z FUEl CO.
at } Winery He.. "h 5,. 3U.IUI Is vice president and editorial director. One article In the All-American Football Leaps Kits Ready For All
beginning\ Issue is by Jackson Robinson and bears the title In 1967, has signed his contract
REYSTONE; ; "Mind YOJT Own Black Business Miller's father: John with the Denver Broncos. Muscular Dystrophy Associations : -
E. Miller, Jr, Is executive vice president and generalmanager Demon will, therefore, be to are sponsoring series
Sweet Destert Wine of Hearst Magaslne. Young Miller Is a graduate the game at the Gator Bowlon j of "Backyard Carnivals for the
tt. ''E.r lIT J 111 t TIM of Onto Wesleyan. Dvckett !has 30 years of experience In August 31 against the benefit of victims, incooppara-
,e"" "''NIt' +" Choice of "ream Sherry; journalism, magmas writing sad public relations. He attended Patriots. tioa with the Lorenzo Show uo.
; l Dry Columbia and majored In Journalism He Is a six year veteran andmisled WAYMOf SCOTT Channel 4, WIT, Saturday
,tip I- 1 12 BR TOWN HOUSE six games last season. morning .
!: Regula* Sfrerry 'RANGEREFNIGERATOi'S Stanton Vocational Last year be caught 34 poses ATLANTA:--Waymon Scott The local association, 52 West
-4 Wright, above formerly staffrepresentative '
4r. White or Red Port fillfti IN Ctaft for 565 yard and five touch- in the Public .Bay Street, wjrkinglncoopara-

!.:rp'75tQre1.I'I' Rich! M'Jscate l lf '$$1II MIR!. The East Sid a Golden IlodClub, 6ra4 Drives In Viet', down.Elvin Hayes has skyrocketed Coca-Cola Relations Department of The will lion provide with the acompletecarnivalkit national office;;
Mrs C. Aikens presldjnt, will Company was names
in the As a result he to all write in withlUuulou
money. "'.10 ,
ti2O[ % sponsor a beach trip on August! will buy a house for president of the public relations for andpd.s.
: MORE Word hu been received of the $86,000 games
l 9 to firm t WRIGHT JACKSON
FHAVAme. Daytona Beach. drowalac Marine Pic.Ahjhonsa la LaJolla, Calif. Reputedly. '
S bl f The bus win leave 1121 East D, Cowaa in a river is getting in excessd$200,000. BROWN WILLIAMS, Each chairman who completesa
-Y Union at 8:30 a,m., Court A at I I,8th However the STEPHENS ft BOND, INC. of
la Qvaag Tri Province,Republic highest paid is carnival and returns the
ft, and Jefferson at 9 a.m, which he Is
part-owner effective

to be Alclndor.Ha
reputed .
ef Vleblaa.,Be lived at 5538 money will receive: Five
19 te 7003 KEN KNIGHT DR. Martha Drive, wasbora la Jacksonville ,.. is with the Rockets. He July 'I 1, according to son passes for Put Put Golf; five
768-3479 lift TjwtflKll and was gradated, in will be matched against announcement by B. Warren passes to State land; 1 free
tins, from Snuton Vocational.Be Alclndor in San Diego on Jackson, executive vice president Capitol Record Album, a prize
i'ULL th I Holy Tabernacle will hold a was a member of the First October 22 In 1988-69 Hayes of the firm. from Burger King
"S'fA' nn spiritual wit lor five toysbeginning Mew Mt. Zioa Baptist Church was the NBA's top scorer. Special weekly drawings are
................. Aigwt 21.Apostle His mother and father, two held. Prizes Include theater
R.L. Davis will speak sisters lad liver brothers survive. Hick Educators Convention passel, passes to Marlneland
RIG I* from the following swbjects.The James McDanlel, 'I> and more record Th grand
Glory of Man; The Rirelmg: A'', Jill Germany. ATLANTA: The National a truly black educational agenda prlw will be a bicycle, for
Man That DleVt bow the Lord Association for African- which all
;. participants are
JacksonvilleShipyards and a climate which meets and
GOLDEN The Testimony of Jests artXeligion. American Education will me'>there eligible
THE ELDERLY stimulates the aspirations and
I'll"' from August 20 through needs of the black Requests should: be sent to
The church Is located at Hulk 1 Not Ionic ago, mention of August 24.Preston. community, Post Office Box 179, Muscular
and Pearce ( or great aunt Min con The organization hu chosen
; lured up vimotu of bent figurer!, Wilcox, national u the theme, "1\e Fire This Dystrophy, Jacksonville, Fla,
WEDDING Immediately Requires searching the ground afoot for chairman, hu said, "We are Time." 32202. June .James Is Program
littli each .
BoilermakersChippers Tilled, slid itep attempting to define and create Coordinator.

N hNf To Little Tolbert Uknd Missionary
retreat aad outing
sponsored by Eut Florida Conference -
Welders Branch Missionary
Society. Saturday Aigost 2,1969
49 10'Leaving$t.fa.IAM.I.Church1
Riggers ,9.30a.m. Rome Is1.1.50.Irs. .

L ShipfittersShcetmetal hrH ktlsdte Unfair Housing

Mrs.. Doris RitMge left the
MechanicsMarine ,city recently to attend the Valparaiso -
Institute la reading at
Valparaiso, ad. Mrs. Rtfledge
[, Is a teacher at Loag Branch
IN "5.10 Electricians Elementary School and a Isn't Unfair.
member of St. Pins Catholic
Marine Church. .

H: GORDON'S ,Pipefitters'AP'P'LYMain "IUkll Lifiii .

,Yard Jai Post No. 197 of Jhe ",,:"\ :". .
844 K,-Bay St.Southside American Legion. Friday, :
: GIN August'I 4 at the Post Rome, ,
; 2179 Benedict Road. All major .
Div. comialttees will be appointed, :
as well as chalrmea to It'snie '
1 M of Hendricks Ave. ai.
committees.The '
90 PROOF I ,,
An 'WO| Omrlwillr, employ i night.IOOIIIM .1970 year will begin Friday .

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1I11ft. Mlaimnm starting pay $2 64 per hour.-Oat-. : 1 ,'I'\ ,. 'Vl'il, >. ..: ... t ', ..1'" i.IIj. cI'>>;'1
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hhmnE butflt, rapid adYI4cement. beD: t -.
;7 with IDID caa ..ur,)r sod not be afraid of hard wort.' : J, ; Q ,
>;: FinN IopersastthepenosalotticeSL Regis Paper Company Fairhousing is a''fact If live under' roof want to the law
a.m. and 12 p m., Monday thru Friday at the tatwsecUoaat you a or new covers you.
; 'Itstport Road and Hecher Drive. An Eqtia1 Opport1IIItJ, ,Find out,what; the law says Write: Fair Housing:,Washington,p.C.20410 .., <

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