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:
August 9, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Officers Find (JLA.HlS ask Groups Study Citizenship' Black White Meter Maids Eye TrafficJE'

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Beily I leatei r' PRINCIPA i*') l}

'woman A 28-was,.If charged-oJd Jacksonville Tuesday ,I

the Duval County 3all,of assault ,
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home to land Mrs.murder Road Betty following,her was Austin 10-year-old arrested,reports SOZOCleve-at too.her by (; S'U' :' ES, .,','('''t.'....:S '. H'O'O'' 'L,. iaa": RI' I

neighbors that she was .mil '
,treating the youngster. t,1 .',f; 1. 1 : :..:
According to report by .l. t .. ;'" 5W" . .. .".. .,
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Detective Sergeants EJt. Deye t'
and W.E. Beacham, Frederick 4. .. 1 ... Bold New City Educator Seeks Return Funeral Set
Mitchell Austin had ft. ; ,; ,' I
..; the ton, l ) '\ !.IJ
"bee* abated for some two .1 ,
''I Makes Of Pest
' History Paying $12,031The
t' For
ft aoo hs. : .t : ... '
Bans oa the hands, numerous \ "
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sores and scares werelivleg t.. \ I In transferring and demoting recommended by Superln Black Fronter
testimonies to the f'J Latest Act indent of Schools Cecil Rardesty has not been quite u

II tranquilly expedited as might be expected. There have been
Four dher
children, placed la 1't ,j. I Five young ladles, two Black, repercussions.. .Duvil County Medical
the Court Facilities were not Examiner!: Dr. Carl Wepaper-
three white, started history- One high school principal: re* insists that a "tenure" con
injured, according to reports. form f lib autopsy on the body
making asslngments Monday tract executed with the Board
AT WORKSHOP-Mcmbers of the Florida Black Front and t the Welfare Mothers organisations signed.
The child was admitted to who participated tntCluranshtpworkshopbeldatths University of Miami last week are shown when they, the Bold Mew City's This week DeVernon D. Nicksfiled of Education In 1964<< requiresthat of Carl Stokes, 24, Black Front
the Dent Medical Center and member who was found dead
here with the co-chairman of the panel. newest additions, In attractiveness .suit against the school he remain a princlpalfrom
was reported in "not critical" efficiency, and in the area year to year until he resigns Saturday. An American Civil
The Welfare Mothers, from left are lire Yvonne Cason, hire Catherine Flnker, Mrs Board and against Supt.Hardesty. .
condition The officers said that Liberties Union consultlngphyslclan -'
Patricia Stokes, wife of the dead Black Front member, and Mrs. Leola Brown, all of of traffic meters, became the because he wants to, or until the contract shall have
someone had whipped the boy: Jacksonville first Meter Maids in the history retain his $1Z,031.Z5-a-eu' been mutually modified, or,unless was present at the re-

Ytth an.electrical cord hl Someme The Black Front members are Malachl Bessent, Atty. John Due, panel co-chairman; d Jacksonville. prlncipalshlp at the A.L. Lewis, he is suspended or removedfor
had made him hpld hands
Sylvester Henderson, Alexander Williams and Kenyatta, a member of the Jo Mo organization Phillip Alter, director of the Elementary School. cause.
hot water in spite of tile
of St. Petersburg. parking division of Jacksonville The new superintendent, Nicks has almost 22 1eu.ID'
excruciating pain. said that other major during his sweeninr adjust- the system He is asking that
The youngster was fed by cities have meter maids,These paints, considered_by minytoj the court declare his continued
authorities. fire charming young women are be rather hasty recommendedin eligibility to the post and to
to a'radio broad. 'EXTORTION'A Big Rockefeller
,studying under H.P. Smith, April that Mr.; Nicks be Issue an injunction preventing
cut, young Austin prayed be* Supervisor of enforcement his demotion.

fore.eajoyln his meal. CASE OF MISUNDERSTANDING? Foundation. ,.F FuNdGAINESVILi I 1 their I completely informed of for relegated the following to a teaching school Another black educator filed.
,duties the maids will hit The ex-principal suit In June asking for reinstatement
: IsildersWant *.**..**.i flir ,flu atr*!%:downtown,*armed, throughTwo "Ho is?William T.,
!' k; '1! st lit$ Pr'l ; t!: .,J.lJI1 .
11 ilick I Front Leads tI: Express 1 : 'WIllI "aa'd'tiokett. 'Tlklt// Harper, demoted from a |13,
will ticket for overthne parking,' Indicted 500 -a-year post, as assistant
.J' To ;Give E: !Tlilrleeaj bandit all'' non-moving traffic '
And Offer
,. Regrets Apology Black students will begin atten-f. violations, including leaving
Blacks Chinee ding classes at the Universityof keys in the car, parking In By Jury On Harper's attorney, Franklin
{ I BY ERIC'O.. SIMPSON Florida here under a three posted zones and incorrect Reinstlne, contends that Harper;

r As we listen to the feed-back 'from the much publicized year program Involving $ze parking. Charges' Of Murder is a teacher within the meaning'
TALLAHASSEE: There Is a 750 from' the Rockefeller They are: Mrs. .Mary Lou of the Duval County Teachers
attempt to extort from the Baptist Ministers, Brotherhood 1
'brighter future for Blacks in money Foundation, which program Is Evans, Mrs,Jacqueline Rogers, Tenure Act. Re, says' the
the it Is beginning to that it was all Just a big mis. Two persons were Indicted CARL 8'I JCEB
State of Florida in the area appear designed to help gone 45 black Mrs Gloria Waters, Miss on attorney cannot be demoted
;:of skilled highway construction understanding. Learn Master's Degrees agr l-r; Margaret Hyde and ,Mrs charges of murder last week- except for very unusual reasons quest or'''friends' of the dead
It appears that the strong terms used by some of the persons end. .
r Jobs. culture and other sciences Patricia Wright Board attorneys contend otherwise Fronter,
: A deal of the change la tile who delivered the manifesto sent the ministers Into panic.. [flies-. teen'are the tintto ,,I Special orthepedlc shoes will Joe Harris, 58, 1628WestUst, Both cases will come Stokes was found dead In the
attitudes of construction and no one would deny that the somestx-footqur-hhframd ; be was indicted on a first degree to court later,
companies be recruited by the Unlver- worn. Special uniforms will bathtub of his home at 1780
of Moses JaYIIIJICI otter bearded brothers would present murder charge in the butcher
has been attributed be
to worn. of
slty's College of Agriculture- Pearce Street. He was one
menacing aspect for most of knife slaying. of Fannie Mae
the insistence 01 the Federal ( us. The five ladles 111
They have graduated from pro-, young will Blacks 15! Black Fronters arrested at
It has been learned from a reliable source that the Black Anderson, 31, on July 26.
government that every man be dominantly Black Institutions. lighten some of the burdens of the outset of the filing of
given' chance to prove himself Front leadership has expressed deep regret for the Incident Three are from FAMU. regular policemen.. Margaret Stevens, 43, was Indicted Enlisted warrants upon complaints of the
and their manner of entry and securing permission to speak In for the first-degree In
However, revealed Pre-graduate ditflculltles! win young ladles have rowed Jacksonville Minister Alllince
and are to for their actions. murder of Clarence Hawkins
ready apologize "
Freeman A. Johnson, state be Ironed out at the University that their Jobs must be per Shane Hummel, head of the
The young; militants feel, however, that the ministers are 29, 1016 West Duval Street on Service 'AcademicsWASHINGTONBlack
transportation There will be
department Dr. Marvin A, Brooker, retired no pre July 15!. 'local ACLU Chapter, reportedthat
into '
being prodded prosecuting the fronters In an attempt to
equal employment coordinator dean"'of resident Instruction ferences. enrollment found evidence
as Hawkins the physician no
black was described
destroy unity.There by
some white construction: companies Incident.Will will be In charge, Detroit has for several years police U her in the service academies of violence or disease
are issues Involved in the whole boyfriend.
have given workers ,Said Dr; Brooker, "Excellent had meter maids.' Maids there Ronald David this fall will number 171, compared The death of a ,Black Front
the ministers
the ? 22
drop case Register ,
a ,opportunities for upgrading. Will employment opportunities exist )travel on special "tricycles." 1409 Elmar Street with 31 five years ago member who was arrested last
conviction of the Black Front leaders destroy Black was Indicted
Another reason for a change for Black American graduateswith They have been so effective in for the but still less than 2 percentof week when the office of State
'in the attitude of the construction anlty? advanced degrees in agrlculture I'their rounds that, at tines, slaying of Zelda the total according to the Attorney issued warrants for
the Ashley Tolbert 38
Is Black Front demand just the beginning of greater of 1023
industry lies In the shortage demands? and related sciences" :j some are assigned toolbar man East Adams. This was second Pentagon widespread arrests for alleged
of help.'There is no longer He the downtown area Reports are The extortion still -
NEST WEEK THE BLACK aflnded to the net that academic degree murder Pentagon says 87 Black attempted remains
READ FRONT GROWS Indictment. The
a large waiting list of white preparedness sometlmei, ,J that the meter maids Detroit dead freshmen will be admitted this a mystery. _
woman was shot In the
potentials. Black work is Important gets in the wa-, have made motorists aware of head In a park., fall, compared with 47 last year. Rumors had been circulated
and many tunes fills toe' Eacilltudtnt will receive$250 their: transgressions. .that the young Jason bad died

gap. According to. Carlos Drop. Charges, Against per month from the Rockefeller''' from 'an overdose of drugs.
Stone, assistant to the director Freedom Foundation. This wlj' Miami Commissioner Ranae Honored But since the official Medical
of the Florida Road Builders last, upregrxtoatepreparation .** Examiner has strangely failedto
Association, skilled labor is 10 Black Fronters for about three quarters. "-. .. -- r ----- find any evidence of violence
critically needed.More than ZOO They will irecelve;*aid for other ,many observers are beginning

Blacks have been In minority ,The extortion case which the served wu a Mrs:Moss Davis sources after enteringthegradr. to draw their own conclusions
training programs, according State Attorney's office Is and there remained one "John ;Date school ilkh 'ti One line of reasoning .Is thatit
to Stone. More than 100 dropped attempting to build against Doe' warrant for the unidentified IJb qTY ( ;, .Is possible that the victim

out. Eighty-one have graduated members of the Black Front person ,Confessions Ruled M died of injuries'or, possibly
and are employed. Fifty-three 'organisation got some of the Charges were dtsmised'earlier MES'YOU '(4'o"J" ''.- ,Ii drugging he sustained during
are In training. TO : the time he held in
props knocked from under it against Willie Eugene Out In ,Black was jail
Those, in mlDorltJ'traJntncprocramt ''
last Wednesday afternoon when Plnkney, 28, Stokes. was found !: Proponents of that argumentare
receive the prevailing charges were d1.tmlsledaplDat dead in his bathtub last Saturday Muslim 'Case I f:j. M:1h f. ;- quick to add that in view
pay rates., Johnson added. of the of f"
j 10 alleged members of thegroup and the results of an autopsy : rWAYtO' unearthing beatings
"They're not playing They intend for tack of Identification. on the case Is awaited Investigators Charles Prosser, alleged \'UNDER r : and other strange goings-on at
to get 'Blacks I don'tforsee Levy Wilcox, chairman of the said they found no evidence Black Muslim charged with PARKS the local Jail, it .is not Inconceivable -
any problems. .of discrimination. which be that horror
d ." organization says of fool play. three murders In stores .EX "
holds a charter said, following Still facing charges of conspiracy robberies last November, will : l; :; "69"tt chamber tactics are still being 't1, '&l
The recruiting of Blacks poses that the 019,_ employed, 'or were employed' '
a bearing Wednesday, and extortion are LevyWllxoz not have to face revelations of j
'a difficulty, said Johns n.Bow* blown "out of in the case of a Black brother. a'
case had been 24, Black Front chair confessions be made.' ( = "
ever; a program hu been initiated proportions" by the I state. man, and Moses Davis, 37, and Prosser's attorney, Rudolph i Fnrneral services for: Stokes''

which seems to be get- Wilcox,' along with MosesDavisand Clinton Davis, n.Cqanc,1 J. Inman Jr., proved that the will be held Saturday at I p.m'
tin results.;More of Florida'seonlrctgrs JaYIIlIfr"ander at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church
Clinton young man gave confessions ,
should Join in the Sl,500) bond. Their trial will Asked last December ,I before Rev Dallas Graham pastor.
program, said Johnson.. be held August 22.,' Assistant State Attorney James Burial will be in Mt, Olive
A t this time there are no Hue Negro ministers swore To Help With: L. Harrison and three homicide Cemtery, The body can be view-,
Black engineers.YoMgster. 'to affidavits against three Black ,detectives. It showed that when ed Friday after 6 p.m. at >,

Gets Front leaders charging they Funds ford;, Youths Attorney Harrison, though Funeral Home and Saturday after '
threatened the members of tie ,, warning Prosser,of his rights, 10 a.m. at. the Church;
Baptist Ministers Brotherhood. The Common: Council of Jacksonville before giving the first statement -
.Life I In Prison They charged,that, among'10 has been asked to asked the defendant if he

,demands made, one called for transfer SS.OOO to the Public wanted a lawyer. IN J I
,After Verdict'Eighteenyearold the delivery by Ang. IS of 11,000to Affairs Committee, to be addedto Judge Larttn ruled that the aara, t NT
Lea ert.u.t ,/ the Welfare Mothers organisation. !- 3,000 already treasury state neglected to eaU in an
AJ '. They claimed the demand for employinglOOdisadvaataged 'attorney Prosser when
-y faces life imprisonment was made under the threat youngsters before the school taking ,the statements. His a the center i of the picture above Miami Commissioner M. Athena Range stands behind a
for two market robberies laToWne -, 'of wldesaagalnatdeministers year begins. rights were violated large sign fnH-jHiii that she has been honored by Miami by baring a park named for her.
the shooting of. a matemanasjer and their churches. .Chairman Jake Godbold and George Tomng and' James Commissioner Range has worked tirelessly over the year on a plan for utilizing areas under

.and the' molesting of Charges were dropped sgUartMalacbi Harold Gibson, aid In the office Ptafcens win also go on trial, the expressways for satal parks,'parks deslg nedfortke use youngsters who need recreation ,
J a woman clerk. BessenV 2S; Frank 'at ,Mayor Tanner"said the TOM m lentember I. .. but, In some instances,' have had no access to playgrounds and the necessary apparatus The e
:' Criminal Court Judge Charles Matthews, .22;"Jo Whltloct, youngsters would I'll|1 per hoar' ,VToMf,_grosser and.Dlnkens.. M. Athalle IUiia Part first of Its kind u the naUc, Includes. a 4.5< Cook Howell,Jr. sentenced him '2J'Catherine Seawrlgbt, ,ft; clearing ditches of debris, discarded art charted with I murdering ban end a tennis comrt. Swings, tildes and climbing bars have been provided. la tile picture, oa. :
,toUteTAssJey Johnny Bays**,'M, John Frank i Items aDd brash. This' ",I''WUUaai. Josena Japoar.sapervisor -. ,' the left, are ;' Miami's Mayor Stephea P. Clark and Commissioner Irwia G. Christie On
aa* been charged wla,'",:la c*ap."r .; .BemfcyTraeya la a pilot program aneattoa I"' ill' a sgeraarkel, and. roamteefrrer Range's left art David Kennedy and City Manager M.L. Reese. Mr.Reese
,H. 14; and JMm Q-jwr.: at the moment Operation.\ Georie Fiesta nay' Back, a se- wu lattmMntal iaobtaiatag tandfor the park.More thaa 1,000 were oa hand for the de4Ica1JOII'Z.
." -.I fs warrant whU was ,", to Miami-Metro Dept of Publicity and Tourism., gas
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Published by the Flo/ida Star Publishing C"MEMBER Wkitiey M. Yang, Jr.

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EcoNoMic Secirity For Allassss

A COIIIItry that CaD land 'aan on the
NEGRO P TTO at IIome Now that w.'ve
_.... tolerate poverty
for Ole decade-
/ mama to have been the astioc's top priority
the apace effort .-Irs time to turn oar attention earthward

The MW the tbe o inlandbeconomice p
NIC{ 0. SIMPSQH..MARACIRE, BITBR( of pov.rty from fact )

for : Urban Leapt at its annual conference In Washington
HILDA VOOTEN..CIICILATIIR RURAfiEft economic security plan that
tb1I wed, has come up with an (

MAtURE{ '1111($$ could I includes accomplish a number this steps, each cIe._1---' to take crOUPS
I that hunts a- !**aced
of poor people oat of the poverty _
2323 MOHCIIEF 1111 tJ for example, eta escape the **"

clutches of deprivation limply .

P.O. BOX 5SS JICIIIimiE. FIIH"122I1PROE | through coverage expanded and security. '

Three out of people llriIn '
) four
3541712' fiualllea the,Maw of which
rr.11e worts all pr part of the tiau.

MIAMI OFFICE 5011 M., 7tk M. Higher minimum wages,broader L.
coverage, and guaranteed publli
PHONE ser ice,)Jobs and training caart-
751-3173 more them from the ranks of UN I &,.: ..
SUBSCRIPTION RAT? nearly 10 million poor people. I ._.
But in many ways, the cornerstone of oar ragnsauue
:7&ne.Year, $12.00. Half Year, $7.00 Hailed To You ;I M proposal for family allowances than woald fire each child
"" Anywhere In life Untied c States In America $40 per month as a matter of right.
Nearly IS million children lire In poor families afore than
Subscription Payable W Advam half of all black youngsters are growing up poor. But most

Send Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-f.O. lOX US poor kids are out. A family allowance program would
take their families of poverty.
JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA X2201 Since every child would get the allowance, there would be

.... : .., no degrading means test. And others, besides the poor,
Curse Flight Of Capital.From Hack Commviities would also feel Its benefits. A great impact would be Bade
on families that aren't, statistically speaking, poor: but do
Poor Taxpayers Look At suffer some degree of economic strain. That's the moderate
Income group-people who make under $8,000 a year for a

Generous loopholes For Some family This is of four.the group that is too often neglected. They pay more

taxes, proportionately, than others. And often they find they
can't clothe or school their kids adequately.
Until our leaders revise and equalise our tax structure, : YOUR WEEKLY" Many of the so-called "white backlasbers" are found la this
the poor citizen is going to take into account the special group They're bitter because they hear so much about poverty,
privileges of some of the more affluent people j m yet they feel poor themselves and feel no one cares about
For Instance, James 0. Eastland, D-lllss., gets over $100- : their problems. A family: allowance plan that benefits this
000 annually to restrict cotton production CM his, firm To put ; I I.vt group could raise living standards while at the same time
it concretely, he gets more than $100,000 not to grow any. j : HOROSCOPE GUIDE reduce racial tensions caused by economic competition.
thing on his vast holdings.Why, the senator never !had it so Since! the allowances would be taxable, higher Income groups
good. .1,1 .' would return most of the grants in taxes.
The federal government subsidy goes to large and wealthy I > It's 'a workable program, me that would have wide-ranging ",
corporate farmers So it pays to raise crops on the "big- > effects afore than sixty countries around the world, including ;
time level" A mule and a plow won't gets farmer anywhere BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER many that are usually considered "underdeveloped" and poor, '
these days. "
have some form of family allowance scheme. In this, aciD
The record shows that five farmers receive more than
Jl-mllllco each annually not to produce, while eleven others other social developments, America lags.
One objection sometimes heard is that parents wouldn't
are paid mot)a than $500,000 each annually. Did you get the
use the money to benefit their kids. The experience of other ;
statement, one-half million in cold cash for doing nothing?
To rectify this"Inequity! there has been proposed an amendment FOR ,BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ? countries doesn't support this )Judgement When Canada Inaugurated
which would limit the annual subsidy to $20,000 per its plan, sales of children's shoes doubled in the ,
farmer. It was approved by the Noose last week. first year.
Paying all this money to large land owners Is a definite Even J the money isn't all used specifically for shoes or
abuse. Our at the moment dentist's bills, kids will benefit. If a family could now afford \
prosperity no longer
Justifies less painful In the of those whose sign is Virgo.
AIIEJ run JICITTIlIIS'I a better house or a more varied diet or even if family worries .
dep.'elSlon-era economics In the form of jald. Yet oar Senate ((12th). The signs indicate an Increase They may have goodinkllngas \
has 1965.voted dowa similar bills of this nature every year since: MIR MARCO In travel to nearby to the meaning of current events BORN NOT23rd. about Others money fear are It will eased encourage, the children people will to benefit.have children. That's

Citizens must demand 'that we put economy and Justice mi Pill, uti points general, correspondence. intellectual activity,.and us.and Instead Just where of getting this is panicky leading, ., '.' 0EC. 21st another! myth. Ho one has children jnsttocollect a $40 monthly
In check; kids wUlllway. cost more than that. It's
governments order to make It better. been proved:
(12th 13th). Cultural especially u regards finances
pursuits Just so tal.There'srealprogress that the higher a family's Income, the fewer children they're"
It's a haven. It is only natural that are carried on at home or investments, they win patiently to be made la vocational, apt to have. Some countries, like France, started a family'
for people to want to owntheir I can be u interesting and fulfilling make provisions for what professloaal and financial allowance program hoping would raise the birth rate. But
There Wisdom
Is li
own homes. But before advancing as they are elsewhere. they are certain Is bound to fields., The main thing to remember they've been disappointed, the rate actually; fell
a considerable down- .7-80-88-15-24-291 happen In the near future (QOth12th Is to stick to previous At a time when the nation is trying to patch the boles In
payment and committing oneself ). There appears to bejittte plans that have been tested by a leaky and degrading welfare system It 6ught4 be
Check replacing -
Marriage -Ups for a long period of year. CARlEl doubt that conservative vends trial and experience to suit steps should be taken to launch the economic security.
extending Into the future It is are bound to set In, much to
present day lOth) program that would end poverty and boost
Just as we have jantuuaP medical check-ups to prevent the essential t> be sure of a permanent BORN JUNE the relief of many who have Everything appears under control standard. And a family allowance planlsagood everyone's cornerstone living for':
deterioration of our bodies, our marriages need an annual Job and steady income, '22ii. JILT 22H been of the opinion that the Rorld and should remain so, unless such a system.
reevaluation to keep them from landing on the rocks as so Unless you feel reasonably ,.has been moving In the wrong a few succumb to an almost .
many of them do each year tain on both scores, It would direction and far too fast.Many Irrepressible Impulse\ to
Dr. Clark Vincent, speaker at the 20th Annual Scientific be wise to hold back until the Experience tells. One can who crave privacy"and Isolation. Or off the handle and telh' me.
Assembly of the Florida Academy of General Practice held at moment arrives when you will learn all the theories In the may satisfy tt to the full after one In charge, or a close A Collie Sfrieit Speiks
the Jack Tar Hotel recently Clearwater said '((9th-12th). Some Arians who world, and even invent some, 13th. Communicate .only with associate, Just where to get,
"We educate people to have dental c'heckue a t every six may be engaged also wish to but one does not know what life dear cues off ((12th). It to
Is all seems me:
months, physical examinations at least t..oce a year, and even be reasnrti about being able about until one has lived '
take automobiles In for check-ups every 6,000 miles. But to provide fcr their families It. Authors know this. That Is 1-30-77-16.66-741, 9-30-11-18-76-143 -That one cannot combat poverty by demoting the space

Individuals receive less preparation for marriage than they do in tbe tacertam year. ahead. their principal reason for program..
for learning how to drive a car." They mist build up more faith .".gadding.about toallfour corners ABIAIII There was much\ hand-wringing, during the Apollo 11 mooa
We support the philosophy that marriages need continual in their tattalM tad go forward .of the earth,fryingfdsee every :LIIIA BOM JAR.m shot, about the money that could have been spent on helping.
checkups to keep them running smoothly.It en'the assumption that thing, and ready to talk with loll SEPT. '. the poor, Instead of exploring space.
Is noted that annually, our states and the federal govern- previous generation got along, .(anyone who has a good story FEB. IBtfc But downgrading one effort does not help another. Denouncing
vast sums of money In rehabilitation of all kinds of mental' and so will .,.Love. can overcome to tell. If any of yoaCancerlanshave 23ri fid. Uii the space program will not fill the stomachs of the poor. On
problems to wit: Juvenile de11 laenc1, Illegitimacy, drug addition all ebsoetei. sailed over the seas and Mold your future. Without the contrary, moralizing over national priorities only fills our
suicide, and the like. have opened your eyes on, and' Follow the signs. Mental Impulses denying the fact that each and country with hot air.
The theme of the convention is aptly put. If even tea per :3-M.N-B-S9-12I listened to, something worthwhile together with the prodding very Indlvldol has a destiny Much of the breast-beating over moonahotand the nation's
cent of 'such spending were Invested in marital health research It may be In your interest of someone close, may be to fulfill, or a special mission poverty program stems more from Jealousy of this nation's:'
training and treatment, it might well be one of the ...tutuOHI to test your literary abilities III'ctnl1011 to decide and proceed la life, we aD are permitted space achievement than a concern about people's needs. ;
best .ways to reduce In half the expenditures for social problems .Encouragentjt may come from inacertaindirectioawhlct a certain latitude in .ho la( Instead of being pitted against one another, space and welfare
., If HI ''friends or associates who know has danger signs pasted all over the future. We do have to take programs should be coordinated for mankind's benefit.
: : MAT itt yon well, but It may also require It. Natural prudence, as well into account the customs and -That the Black reparations cause Is weakened by being.'
m I' overcoming a certain reluctance u the instinctive knowledge that requirements of modern society Identified with a Black revolutionary dialectic
'L to get down to work the safe course Is the true and learn how to tailor ourselves There Is a case for Black reparations, In view of the centuries
This Week In Negro History It's torattr. sew tt* do hear, (OOth-lZth: ). course Is counseling going the to their measure. We of slavery and segregation. But this does not obligate ':
r1&lll&lll"lee Miapiaats about 6 other way ((19th-12th). Needlessto are all in the same train beaded anyone-Black or whlte-to subscribe to revolutionary concept
every day totef be same with 10 88 -,19 7J 78; say, the latter one should for the same destination with which be may or may not agree.
nothing ncJUag happening to be chosen without hesitation 5 80. U. U. 83'- 11S Talk about "revolution" is popular In tomOaoartera. where I Ibi
Aug. 3, '1800: Gabriel Prosser slave revolt took place at change the tvet mar of one's LEI by those who are not out to obtain .blOI'lI aDd tlllOt1oaalproblelU are dr.ued lIP u 1deo1bJ! al '
, Richmond, Va.l estate**. Tanreans nay figure ;Jill JIIY excitement at any price. (CAPIICIII and political striving. Accordingly, today's! "revolutionary'
. m great avatars uaong those There should be a stepping up neurotics are not the people to handle a serious and consequential '
Aug. 4, 1776: James Forten, wealthy Negro.businessman! who an aeoBralataf cash and Y3rl All 22i1' of tbe social pace with friends BBIR IEC. matter like Interracial reparations. ,
o helped protect Philadelphia from the British. nhjablt BoUBmgs"QOth). Those who are a source of Job besides ZZM JAR. lltl. Besides, who Is anyone to Impose his "revolutionary'
t <*r II who tart ess array*totte to Else and shine. Keep pressing being valuable to know ;. demands on others? One suspects that the real aims of the
Aug. 5, 1810: Robert Purvis, Negro abolltloalst, was bon.'v' go .a nail of atrenture which without eemingHo do So until when wanting to establish contacts The edge is yours. Tare Is amore reparations seekers are to play God and to make fast
I caa still to toad. at home u ,It appears certain that objectives In influential places 03tib). constructive outlook being! buck, rather than to do Justice and right racial wrongs. ;
Aug. 9, '1864: John Lawson, Negro gunner of the flagship well as 1(41daat places. Only, are going to be won A There may be a Ugh price tag engendered by the knowledge -That an Important part of "getting ourselves together" t
of Admiral David Farragut, exhibited marked courage m la this cat, there should be no little boost from Important on this. that headway Is being made Is discovering how much our; quarreling within ourselves Is
the Battle of Mobile Bay and won the Congressional Medal fusing host lOt making any quarters or Individuals should even little slow. There sh uWbe our worst enemy.
of Honor. headway .a mi u status and not be disdained when it Is 4-20-33-10-43 somewhat more wilting Many of us-both Black and white-tend to blame our history,
Aug. S, 1950: Pfc. William Thompson was killed la Korea when finance m coweraed (JZtb). realixtfd that not much! can be cooperation given and received social conditions, upbringing, associates, and lad! luck for our
be refused to retreat and though repeatedly wooded, fought The lemur phase which is newly accomplished without It {l0th- scum both at home and In the occupational setbacks. But there Is nothing that can "blamed.'
while his buddies withdrew to safety. Thompson was starting gives everybody 12th). Be wary of taking advice 1 environment ((9thJOth). What generally holds us back Is an Interpol dispute that
posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, chance to alas an old chapter from people who are BBIR Id 4-60-55-10-9J-X98 saps oar energies and degrades us. Our compulsions arc
the, first Negro to receive the medal since the Spanish- and start.... One(pith).After aggressive-minded and who believe :24(1( NIL 22il pitted against our rebellious drives-and we ourselves art ,
American War. an, destiny MU guide us. that mightmakes right PISCU' shot down in the crossfire of our own making.
t-40 =:. Olin). This also Is a day when "
Aug. 6, 1846: Wilmont proviso fjgtftmitalarery defeated. lZ.r.264AP giving your heart on an impulse, Circumstances dictate. Many III! FEB.IStl (.flits Tested For Deifiess r
or placing all your chips on a people go through life wishing
Aug. 6, .1846: Frederick Doug addressed the World's .i.ft single number, conGTfind"you that they could do something MAR. 2ltltt The' Individual who has to grow' up in this world with a
Temperance convention ngland.Aug. losing on all scores. Leos can spectacular and manage to call makes serious hearing loss Is at t great disadvantage. He cannot,
start projecting their personalities attention to themselves. And sense. Instinct very easily manipulate his environment to *et 'tilt things. f
.21tt Is a reliable
r' HIE fairly guide it
7, 1904: Dr. Ralph Bunche, VN undersecretary, bora In z1s1 with greater abandon yet nothing. ever seems to sometimes is difficult .
Detroit. ; after the 13th. 'Their to mate Mow we are making progress in discovering deafness !
Try 0* hack "ay.Many ban) powers happen.. Others would kite out whether It Is such or Jut bOlD
discovered flat totter malts of attraction and persuasion nothing better than to to left wishful soon after children: are I III this way, we can often conserve
Aug. 7, 1919. Secret Information regarding Negro troops issued may to ettalMl by- knocking nay then be especially potent strictly, alone, to llv* their Is tb1n1fDriDd1Ica*.ODe whatever bearing they left before JIll too late.
: fairly to be when
In France by General Pershlng's headquarters to establish ape sMttoar itfktr thu ontke giving little choice to anyone lives how and where ttoy please;: sure right At many hearing centers babies art tasted for their tear
the and
Jimcrow system; free ..."Bto to i point,. other! than to surrender. '.without Intrusions of any duI are feelings m full .good.. Judgment ing acuity win a .......-t e Instrument Babies who do ,
agree ,as should' act
respcod to tto ton are suspected to *e deaf... are farther -.
Aug. '1, 1842:'Robert Brown Elliott, Negro Member of the 42nd to to attmtoatfNuitol.eonaHw...sto...Iyabehtllag.. .'I :$ -50.55.l4.36477: *!'icription.I ,'whom TheyotteaarettooaM'upon tilt tall gar* oft be may the tton eta seek_or offer-Ia advice). Tot tested. u an insurance against further deterioration of

and 43rd Congress, was bore in South Carolina.Aug. .... ....." mMtoftt Is throws wflk til, ..* love It.> f, .DeJr.Mir1llC.
year a1isllnit For .. to
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with Admiral Robert I. Peary la 1901, was bon. Be tie*'' .k...d...... selves to Cto tosafttltty. ant.* 11IM.Msrlahsateeufi.uees ...MM stir aka MpleM *f a Meral gmt of>4<,... $
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I r 1 Columbia University Experiment With! Black Fourth Estaters Rated Success

l Entertainment Hues And CriesLA. Columbia Gives Petentiols The Right Push

LOG: lINGELESNP1])..Ray: Charles and his Rerue-69 are set
to make their annual appearance at the Cocoanit pore
Ambassador hotel from Ang 1) to Sept. I Newcomer to the
lineup will be Charles' protege. Billy: Preston. Others lathe
show are the Raeletts, Aaron and Freddie Lon Fontaln
Dancers and the Ray Charles Orchestra.


NEW YOR -( P1)-.some) 75,000 fans Jammed Mount Morris
park on "moon walk' day, not to see the astronauts make
the first and historic step onto the dead celestial body, but

to enjoy a lOuJ music festival dished op by Motown Record /fM
company artists. Headlining the show, presented by: the Harlem Onrdcn Ce't6 J. !*>ni.r aians
K.lth Scnal: ': A. ,111hlr.s tnb.wt1'. Call -6r; ,Hl'oicV: 'aryjt J. Jones ? ill Mtl.y+ Jr.
were Steirie Wonder, David Baffin, Gladys
Knight and the Pips, Chuck Jackson, Bllnky and William ,Columbia University of KeY creative writing or school IMlss Hall was a reporter and of 1960.She was on radio station cameraman In 1965, 1967 and I
Tower and Lester. York City not only Is unIque journalism. Columbia l'Deralr Mr. Gorden Keith Brown, :copy editor for the Campus KNTZ in 1967 and was a Con 1968. 1
as aa Institution of higher lUred It Black first left, a New Yorker,holds newspaper In 19S7 and 1968. gressional Intern In the summer Mr. Jacob I Evander Slmms, "
NO. 9 learning It Is perhaps the only future employment. Allot its the Bachelor of Science: from, Miss Valerie La. Verne of 1967. She Is a native of right, is a native of Charlotte
COLUSA. Calif.NPIThe ninth movie ..DWtln which Jim educational institution which students were employed: before -' Columbia In history: and economics Dickerson, fourth from left, Riverside, Calif. N.C. Re holds the degree of
Browa, ex-star of the pro-gridiron! Cleveland Browns, is Is lending efforts toward entering the school., All and served as a new Is a Bachelor of Arts graduate Miss Marquita Jeanne Jones Bachelor of Science, 1958, In
Involved has him playing the role of a sheriff, the first blackto fitting the Black man and woman of them are college graduates assistant for the New York from San Jose State College comes from New York City elementary education. He received
be elected to the post In the South since Reconstruction. for future work In Jour- The seven Journalists shown times from 1962 to 1968. 1968, with a major In and Is a graduate, with a the Master of Education ,
Though the director didn't want to"go south to film the picture" nallsm whether In the field on this page are In the summer Mr. Cooald Arthur William, journalism. Miss Dlckerson Bachelor of Arts, from Boston from North Carolina college
he curiously elected to do It In Colnsa, where three white of broadcasting, newswilting second.holds-4 Bachelor of was on the campus newspaper University of the class of In 1968 He was on the Year-
cops slew three black youths In recent months. Arts from Wllberforce University as a reporter In 1965 and 1966. 1966, with a major In sociology book staff from 1967 to and
In English Literature. Miss Dlekerson wrote Miss Jones was employed Including 1958. The Charlotte
GIRL FRIEND Birthday Guest He was editor of the campus editorials and prepared tea by the Chicago Tribune In Observer employed him as a "

LONDON-NPI"Sainray) Davis Jr., has a girl friendthatIs newspaper In 1967 and 1968. ture articles In 1966 and 1967. classifieds In the summer of copy editor from 1965 to 1967.,
In the comedy-film "Due More Time," which Is now before r' Re was campus magazine m 1967 she was a campus TV- 1966. She enjoyed employment He was a teacher In the schools
the cameras In London The "girl friend" Esther Anderson, r # tor at the same time and, In radio editor.Then" Dicker-- with Time, Inc., In the book of North Carolina from 1958
Jamaican-born product of the Actors Workshop who has bad 1966 and 1967, was editor of son went to the Great Falls division, as a picture researcher to 1959 and from 1961 to 1966.
television exposure in Los Angeles and In Britain. She has .tile college news-letter. '' Tribune as assistant to the In 19661967 and 1968. He wu In the United States
appeared; also In "The Sandpiper," "Genghis Khan,' "The Miss Luberdle Pricllla Hall ,society editor: in the summer Mr. Cato Edward Whitley Jr., army from 1959 to 1961.
Touchables" and "Two Gentlemen Sharing." of Maywoood Illinois, hold a second from the right, comes This program, which might be I
Bachelor of Aria from Howard, '' from Washington, D.C., and: Is considered a type of new pilot
"NITTY GRITTY" THEATERPHILADELPHIANPI.The 1968, In English literature. Marries Executive a graduate of Howard University program has been reported as 1

) Black Art; Spectrum theater, There he secured his most successful by Columbia
headed by Tom Butler, last week embarked on what It termed fr Bachelor of Arts degree In Mr. John J. Murray Is associate .
"Street Theater Kitty Gritty," a serious effort to bring a 1r Jq Mlir political science. He served director of the Columbia.'
"living theater" to thousands of ghetto areas residents The WEDDING with WTOP News as news assistant University Office of Public. In
Spectrum opened its summer program with 40-minutt dramatic, copy boy and silent film formation. '

presentation, complete with costumes and scenery: at the .
Progress Plaza at Broad and Oxford Streets last week. The
1 Attention Knit Slileits' !
project Is partially supported by the city, and Is appealing to
business and community agencies for additional funds. It i

Charles Brackett! 116 BOIDINDr. i iI
Washington Court Choirs Union
Florida Ave 19 and Nancy Jane I
Roberts, 467 E., 23rd St. 18.

Holds Anniversary Sponsors Program golden "has returned to Ij
t James Lee Cox, 1771 E. 26th his music studio and Is accepting
St., 22 and Joyce Ann students for the Fall term.
Court No. 206 of
Washington The Friendly Westslde Choirs
Thompson, 1773 E. 26th St. 19.
the Heroines of Jericho has
Union will sponsor an Appreciation
announced plans for the fifty- and Testimonial Service Melvin Grlggs, 7211 W. Ken Enroll Today ,
third anniversary. for Mr. Marvin B.Collins, Knight Dr. 24 and Veronica
Loris I. Campbell Is calling composer, director and music Yvonne Phelps, 7211 W. Ken CAROLYN E. MAY Piino-Viici-Tiiiry-Acciriioi r 1
all members to meet at St.Paul
Instructor, Thursday evening Knight Dr., 18. The former Carolyn E. May: ,
AME Church. Thirteenth and t
August 14, at 8:00: p.m. In the .j
.tA j h of Forest Hills, New York,
Myrtle at 10:45 a.m In a set- main auditorium of Royal t
1 John Henry Young,3124 Danese executive president of C. May :
In service. All of the Masonic Tabernacle Baptist Church, fiaitir-Drins-troMbBii-Striiis
St, 19 an4G1orlaElethaKel1ogr31Z3 Associates Inc., New York City,
Is .
/imlly expected. 1320 W. 21st Street, Rev Lee Thelma St. 24.
recently became the bride of Arrufiif-Yocil CuckiifMSI .
This special service will be McQueen pastor. The Male will 'i
Bethune Cookman
Miss Shirley Harris, College graduate, Dr. Nathan Wright, Jr. of .
August 17. Mrs Lurla Campbell Chorus and Combined Choirsof celebrate her birthday on August 9 and will be feted by friends Eugene Campblel, Jr., 1447 E. ,Albany, New York. The bride
Is Most; Ancient Matron. Mrs. Mt. :Bethel.Baptist Church and relatives Miss Harris is band director at one of the high 24th St., 33 and Rbonnle Deloris has had extensive experience asa

Eliza Robinson is reporter. and Combined Usher Boards of schools in Jackson County. The musician Is a member of the Steward, 3224,BuckmanSt., 38. research assistant In urban ''TCR2TAKIAL[, SCIENCE COURSE; '
Royal Tabernacle will serve Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc a graduate of Northwestern and racial affairs and In the BUSINESS ADM1NBTHA"T10N COURSE
Vogue' Warehouse with Mrs. .Ruby: B. Stewart, Junior-Senior High, and the daughter of Sir. and Mrs, Norman Calvin I Wayne Newton, 1781 executive management of herovjjLecture CASHIER SALSSCLERKCOUIISE
rf J
,union president, in charge. __ Harris of Jacksonville.. et.! -." ,. rt,'...' 1 Faye Ed,' 21 and Janice Ann' Bureau. She' is MOSPITAL AIDS COURSE.. I I' 1
The Friendly Westslde Choirs Jones,r 9969'Old, Kings Ed., 19. 'the. co-author,with Dr. Wright HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAMApplication \l'
mplo'yeeThe hold its Mass Revival
Honors Union will
of Black Power and Family I
Meeting, Sunday afternoon,, Baptist Youth'Corps Elder Collins Isaiah Eugene Brown,807 East .Planning. The bridegroom is a
August 24 at 2:30: p.m. In the Ashley St., 26 and Edna Lee well-known urbanologlst and is Deadline Aug. 19., ,
employees the Vogue
Warehouse honored Mr. Dallas main auditorium of Royal Has Last Honored I By Clark, 829 E. Ashley St. ZOo professor of Urban Affairs and .

C. Matthews with a farewell Tabernacle Baptist Church, chairman of the Department BOLDENS COLLEGE OF MUSIC INC.
1320 W. 21st Street, Rev. Lee Roosevelt Cross 1517 Swift
office party recently. Camp Week Appreciation ProgramElder of Afro-American Studies at the ;
Mr. Matthews will leave soon McQueen, pastor and spiritual St., 28 and Joyce Elaine Howard State University of New Yorkat 18J6 W. 20th Street'

for the Armed Services. He and advisor.the Senior Combined Choir Choirs No. of 1 Buses for the Baptist Youth Collins of the Church of 1112 Bridler St., 23. Albany. The couple will make 354-OOOC ,355-9722 .! 66465No ,

received many cards and gifts. Church Corp will leave from Shiloh the Living God will be the their home in Albany,New York.
Second Baptist ,
Luncheon was served. Callahan Florida Combined Baptist Church, Cleveland and honoree atagala program
He is the son of Mrs Mildred Usher Boards, of Royal Taber Beaver, for the last week of sponsored by Brother James
Cook Matthews of 1235 West nacle will The Latlmqre camp at 5:30 am. Saturday Bryant on Sunday, August 10,
16th. serve.and Mrs. Alberta morning, August 1'1 in the church at 28th and Pearce
Streets where the Elder Tolbjert
Latimore, musician and The camp Is being held at I
directress, are the hostesses Florida Memorial College is pastor.
Good Hope Outstanding organizations and I
with Mrs. Ruby B. Stewart, Miami. For further information
to honor
citizens will
contact Mrs Susie appear
union president In charge. Keith, 765-
Charity Club The Sixty Third Annual Mens 1570, or Miss Everlena Cotton, Elder Collins
356-4315 Cull Davis, (known as "One t rn
Celebration will be heldat
Day dg
Way will speak, representing
Schedules Tea 'Church Mt. Sinai, 1551 Missionary Lee: Baptist street, Excelsior SingersAt the ,Church of the Living God j II

on Monroe Elder.HUlpastor.
throughou' the day, Sunday,
The Crusaders and the
The Good Hope Charity Club August! 24, commencing with Friendly ChurchThe Gospel r jM Xtr'
Gospel Chorus of First Corinth
will sponsor a spiritual tea, Sunday: School 9.39 a.m. with
on August 17 at the home of Mrs, Willie D. Lucas and Excelsior Singers will Baptist will Is sing. Deacon.
George Cooper manager.MllslOOl1'1
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, 1550 Trustee George Owens, super appear at the Friendly Temple Collins will give a
West 33rd from 5 until,Bishop intendents. Deacon Dennis Church of God In Christ 2117
solo. Rufus Wilder Jr. of
Julia Brown will be speaker Demery: chairman for Men's West 44th V.
Sunday, August 10, Central AME: will sing.
H. Franklin is president. experiencenecessary
Day. at 8pm. All are Invited to participate. 3h
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Latimore! Singers !8y4

Weddings Are Beautiful Ti St. Augustine I

SEE YOUR ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR The Latimore Gospel Singers r We offer young men and women more than Just a,Jo .. +

will render a program In St. R. J. Reynolds offers a bright and rewarding future.And we back ,,
Augustine Sunday night at 7.30 '
what we with the best training we can provide.
Complete Photo Wedding Service"WE Sunday night the Singers will up say
be an Duval Street. Regardless of color, promotion end additional

On Sunday afternoon these training promotion goes to the worker with
singers will be hoststo the the most seniority.F .

1. C.P.S. COW v PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIDES) Young People's Union at 3 p.m. Here Is how It lei
at Epheslan Baptist Church, It Is 700 summer Jobs right now
COMPLETE NEWSPAPER SERVICE Third and Stafford. Rev.W,Bell e Is 1 of 4 '
2. PHOTO It every Jobs for Blacks

.. I.: is pastor. ;4 e It Is everybody starting! at the same level ,
Little Burke eleven
We're proud our gives so many
years of age, will be mistress a j
of ceremonies. Tena Williams 6 young career-minded people the chance to
; I will be guest soloist. Mrs.' reach for a better life. I % 1 !

5'. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" Alberta Latimore is directress. F And !fists why we spy, qc
"no experience neces
Willing Workers
sary.4' You really don't S'
need it here.

The Willing Workers Charity
8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR WEDDING Mission will celebrate its *

,ARRANGEMENTS eleventh anniversary Sunday, -b

9. RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED August 17, at 3 p.m.,In the home
of President Mary Davis, 911

"WE IMPLOSEfYOUTO: QHECK.WOT: AICf.OF OUR PAST West 29th. All prayer bands I
and the public are Invited to r iq'ii
share this occasion with the
BRIDES Off GROOMS QK PHOTO SA TISF ACTIOU" mission. Mary: Davis Is presi- i

dent. Elder J.M. Tarver Is
I.i .

Bob Smith Studio pastor.Reid TheFLORIDA welJ.

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I Rishon Collins Convenes Mammoth AME State Christian Congress Autust 11-151 I

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Heads Congress Rev Barnes Guest Making Room For Refinancing -:

Love And Charity Preacher' Bishops Gibfcs, Robinson, Wilkes


;".,1 1Y Temple In OpeningThe Rev &In.B. Banes Greenland, minister of Jordan And Top Leaders Expected

; the Peace Missionary Baptist
,', Love and Charity Spiritual ChurcX\ It preaching nightly In Bishop G.Conins, presiding bishop of.the African
Temple 2S4SStewart,Fifteenth a mini at Mt. Zion Baptist' Methodist Episcopal Church to the State of Florida and

.' and lIoncrlef.wlUboldltsCJIeD. Church, Greenland Fla, Rev. me Bahamas known as the Eleventh Episcopal District
log service Saturday, August ,J.W., Jones pastor. has announced the opening of the State-Tri Christian Con-

.9.; at I p.m.Many Ret. Barnes Till also begin I'I'UL, to lie held in the Bold New City __ u
and organizations -
persons hen Church Bishop H.N.Robin
will appear. Among them at the EphesianvDaPII5tChurch, This mammoth Congress will son, bishop of Alabama will deliver
will be; Mrs. Ann Hogan mistress Ref, W.F. Ball pastor, en open on Monday August U and the sermon

of ceremonies, Flossie Monday night, August 18. dost August 15. Bishop W.R. Wilkes,presiding
Biggins, welcome; Linda Bishop Collins has labored bishop of Onto Western Pennsylvania
Wallace, response., M.e'kSf. untiringly to bring to the Congress ., and West Virginia will
And:Solomon Singers Good Evangelist outstanding clerygymen. lecture each day from the subject
will Singers, Love and Charity educators prominent cltliens- "Relevancy of Bible
Triplets the Traveling Stars, who are known to inspire the Preaching For These Times"

Love and Charity Jubilee Mathew Guest hundreds of delegates and friends Mrs. ArUshIa W. Jordan, wife

BBHOP GEORGE N. COLLINS John Jericho Angelttes, Janle who will be in attendance from of Bishop F J). Jordon
Sfsjtop G.N.: Collins, above White Collection and other. Evangelist E.M.. Mack will be over the nation. > Angeles will serve as guest
presiding! bishop of the Eleventh Bishop F.G:Zackery pastor. Edward Waters Colleges Lee consultant for the Missionary
Madam Howthy McCIeoud will the speaker for District 2 of History was made recently in Denver. In the above picture Jesse Johnson Jr. at a press .Auditorium will be the center Rev. Dr.
District the
of Department.
Episcopal hare charge of devotions St. MAtthew Baptist Church at conference la the office of Mayor William McNlchols and President J. Henry smith of the for registration on Monday. .
Arlcan Methodist Episcopal Mitchell of Baltimore serve
Bishop M.H. Frailer will hold its anniversary Sunday August Equitable talk over refinancing. Johnson announced the allocation d $500,000 to his firm, On Tuesday at 10 a.m. the keynotes Rev
Church an area embracing n, between 4 and 6 p.m., la Grant Western Inc. for rehabilitating purchasing and refinancing one to four held at along George Champ
Florida and the Bahamas has Sunday, August 10, at 3 p m. Mortgage service will be ion Jr.Atlanta as consultants.
All are invited. the Educational Building, family homes in low and moderate ,mam*areas or metropolitan Dearer. Johnson Is a St. Paul AME Church Rev. A.
announced the opening of the The Right Reverend Collins
Appearing on the progr&lllwWbe former member of the Mayor's Commission for Community Relations and also of the C. Chandler pastor. Bishop C.A
State Trl-Chrlstlan has announced that hundreds of
Congresswill the Twelve Christian Prayer Governor's Fair Rousing Study Committee for Colorado. He has served three terms and Is Globs, presiding bishop of Tennessee .
take place August Rest In registrations have been received
Monday Peace and
Ada Brown
Band, allocation is part ofEqultable's
Immediate The
an state president of the Colorado-Wyoming NAACP. and Kentucky win deliver
U and continue through Friday, Rev. Wesley, and otheri.Deacon Bishop also
rebuild underprivileged
its to
1172-mllllon commitment under two-billion-programs help
the sermon.
August 15. Several bishops,out Van Drlggers Is leader. stressed that this year's Congress -
areas, encourage job-creation projects and to help minority people own their own The long-anticipated Youth
'i 5 standing churchmen, educators H I Rev. G.A. Price Is pastor. businesses....Equitable Photo will be held will be record breaking.
!.: and musicians will be In the __ L Night Program Among many dlgnltaties assisting .
{ city. Registration will be held in Lee Auditorium Tuesday Bishop Collins are:Mrs.
't; at Edward Waters College in : night beginning Jt 730. O.B. Collins, Episcopal Supervisor .
Lee Auditorium. Classes conferences On Wednesday, from 6 pm. Dr. J.B.BlackneIlDlrector
r ,
'r lectures will p given = l cHURcH NEWS } the study Youth periods Meditation will be Class held. of the Congress;Dr.Charles

in various churches Mrs will at 8 E. Toston Assistant Director;
Study periods begin
Collins is Episcopal super Dr. W, White State Superintendent
and continue
visor. a.m. Wednesday of Sunday Schools;

noon. 'Mrs.. L.G. Genwrlght First
"'lbe Hour of Power" will be :
conducted each hour in
Mrs Gussie P. Gray teachers meeting and the prayer meeting will be held Services begin with the Sunday School at ':30 a.m. with Mrs the Lee Auditorium noon with Rev. :nary Society.

at usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge. Senior D.B. Barnes superintendent, in charge.At II a.m.the consecration G.H.J. Thlbadeauz director of "[L Dr. Y.B. Bruce, Director of
Choir No. 1 and Senior Choir No. 2 will rehearse jointly at of choirs and ushers is held in the basement. Devotions Evangelism of the,entire connection ,"Evangelism.. Mrs. W. E. A.

AnnouneeslAnninr, sary 8 p.m. On Thursday the noonday prayer service will be held ,begin at U;IS. The pastor will speak. Baptism will follow. as the preacher.The {Harris UPD Director; Mrs.
at the church. On Thursday the monthly conference will be The evening service begins at 5:30. Preaching begins at Rev. Dr. J.W. Collier Marie Grlmraage Director of

Mrs. tussle Page Gray, nationally held at the church at 8 p.m. The Male Chorus will rehearseon 6J5. George Clark will be chairman of the Men's Day program Secretary of Missions of the Transportation, Mrs. J.M. Ep
known gospel singer MR. THOMAS FELIX Saturday. The Junior Choir will meet at 3 p.m. On Sunday"morning Sunday August 24. All new members will be fellowshipped, AME Connection with offices person, Representative to
I and religious worker will celebrate at 9.30: a.m. the Sunday School begins, with Mrs. Sunday during the evening worship. Plans for the big dinner in New York City will speak Church Women; Mrs. Juanita
r her Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith in charge. The lesson wiU>e completed Sunday Lewis Director of Audio Visuals
thirty-third anniversary Yon are not for gotten,loved one Wednesday at 7:30.7e Civil
will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration begins at Dr. A.J. Reddick Dean
Pro and Con ; ,
Sunday night September Nor will ever be Rights, at the
'.' you 10:30 a.m The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the ft. PAUL MISSIONARY of the Congress; Mrs. A.B.
I 7 in the main 'AME
auditorium of As long as life Mt. Olive Church Rev.
i the Mt. Calvary Missionary will remember IJIdmemol1JastWe thee. deacons la charge. The hand of fellowship will be given to Sunday School begins at 9:30.: The morning service begins Y.B. Bruce pastor Shehee. Secretary of the Congress
Baptist Church Spruce and all new members in the morning worship. Holy Communion at 11 a.m. BTU begins at 5:30. Sunday Rev. Taylor pastor, in ; Mr. A.W. Cottrell, President
"Night White always a
i Dora. service begins at 2:30 with the deacons In charge. Rev. S.L.- asks the youth and the young usher board to serve. Deborah ; of the ACE Fellowship;
We miss now our heartsare celebrated and historical -
Rev. Wm., Rill is pastor. A sore yon Badger pastor will deliver the message. Senior Choirs No 1 Shanks reporter. by Missionaries pre.ItDtatatloD .Mrs. M.L. Davis Receptionist;
I and No. 2 and Usher Boards No I and No. 2 will serve. Mrs. Mrs. GO. Glenn, Secretary
special program has been As time by we miss will be held at St. Stephen AME
goes you
Marlon Carter and C.B. Fisher will be charge of music. The to the Bishop Dr. A.B. Richardson
Outstanding talent of more, Church Rev.R.V.Webster
church is located at 2221 Forest Street. Chairman of the Hous
the city will appear.Mrs Emily Your loving smile your gentle BETHLEHEM BAPTIST tor. Murs 0. B. Collins Epls-r ,
Tlmmons will serve u face Sunday School be gin sat wlthSuperintendentEugeneSawyer, copal Supervisor will be In ing -
? mistress of ceremonies. The No one cuftllJourncantplace. Mrs. Llllle Webbert and Mrs Sadie Fedd in charge ne morning charge.On Host Presiding Elders are Rev.
.public is invited. ((Slgned-Tho Felix Family) Sunday School begins at t:3OwltII: the superintendent teachers service begins at 11 a.m. The Home Mission meets at 3 p.m. Friday at noon at St Step! T.E. Shebee Rev. W.F. Foster
In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the superintendent. : and Rev. A Jl. Richardson. .
The BTU meets at S The evening services at 6
p.m. begin p.m
The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The evening worshipbegins
Usher Board No. 2 and the Adult Choir
Young will Rev.
at t m. Rev. R.J. Crawford will deliver
p pastor
,W.L. Williams will be in of
GlV. ol"rd both sermons. Choir No. I and Usher Board No. 1 will serve charge services. On Sunday,
August 10, at 8 p.m the Matrons of Union Progressive will.
throughout the day. The Gospel Echoes will give an after. i It
have Dollar !
a March. The is invited.
the tea Mere sing... .. : I : I 'OJ.IY. t.. service program for Choir No. IJs anniversary...Elizabeth It. """ Itit b of ..
Crawford Is sponsor. Prayer service begins .Tuesday 'at FIRST BORN TEMPLE et. ,
7:30 p.m. Tie church location UM West 31st. '
"'" Sunday is Missionary Day at First Born Temple 825 West j I

DOWNTOWN .300 HOGAN ST.. SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST Monroe Elder A. Hill pastor. Missionary W.W. Thomas is 1 t DOWNTOWN .300 HOGAN ST.
Second president. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. The morning ,
Missionary Baptist will be highlighted by
worship begins at U a.m. Missionary Bernice GaInes will speak.
-i I44'JLi' VTa two special events, the District Day Observance i and the"opening i The YPCW meets at 4.30 with Mrs Margaret J. Smith as Get in the fashion swing with

of the Citywide Revival. Business meetings for the districts president. The evening worship begins at 7 p.m. An appointee
e will be held in various homes beginning at 4 p.m. The revival will speak.
services will begin at 7 p.m Rev. Robert H. Wilson of Dallas
eI Texas will be the evangelist. Many choirs with their directorswill TABERNACLE BAPTIST ay '

e 1'1'' participate The Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m Rev,' All districts will meet in the churchSunday 3;30 p.m. Sunday

Earns, pastor will review the lesson. Consecration rites for School begins at 9:30.: Mrs Solomon superintendent will be In S Si
the deacons, deaconesses, ushers and for the choir will be charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Charles Reed's class.
31 I 1 held at 10:45 a.m. The morning worship begins at II a.m. The 'The morning service begins at Ua.m.Rev.W.E. Young pastor
Baptist Training Union will be held at S.45. The Sunday School will deliver the message. All youth choirs and Usher Board J
Officers and the Teachers Council will be held Friday at 7 p.m. No. 2 will serve. AU youth choirs rehearse Wednesday at I
L.C. Chester will be In charge of the business period. Rev '5:30: p.m. The teachers will meet at 6:4i p.m. Prayer meeting j jI

Sams will conduct the Bible study. Friends from various '.will be at 730.Baptism will Sunday morning after the Sunday
:: churches in the community are welcome to share the Bible School The men will observe their anniversary on August 17. II

period. 'The educational classes are being held at the church every

; i i'.q w meY9 : UNION PROGRESSIVE Solomon Tuesday and instructors Thursday at 7 p.m. Mrs. J. Wynn and Mrs. H. I

Sunday School begins at ':30 with Deacon L.B. Brooks superintendent are

and teachers, In charge. The lesson topic will be I I ,
r reviewed by the pastor or his appointee. The morning worship

will be at 11 ft.m. with Deacons D.B. Pollard and Robert King Mt. Calvary Baptist ..
in charge of devotions. The pastor will deliver the morning Second.Baptist. :

message. Choirs No. 2 and No. 3 will serve, along with Usher 2
Board No 2. The evening service begins at 7 p.m. Choirs No. Unit Plans Tea Men (fn Annual
2 and No. 3 will be presented in a 15-minute song service "
for the Annual Women's Day on August 24. Rev. R.W. Jackson District No. 34 of Second Bap- The Annual Men's, Day will be the speaker. Mrs. Leomla Miller is reporter. Rev. Vat Church will sponsor its Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,,
V\3 Jake Ray is The church is located at (13 Dora and Spruce will be observed -
: 1 1Bflg. Pippin> Street. annual tea Sunday, August 17, 24 ,
Sunday, August ,
from 3 to 5 p.m., in the Community
throughout the day.
MT. SALEM BAPTIST Center, 29th and Chase '
\ Services begin with the Sunday School at 9.30 with Superintendent A veDue. Officers for the day are:
Jack Green In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewed General Chair man,iDe aeon,

by an appointee. The morning devotion at II a.m. will be In Friendship Tea Roland Shorter; Co-Chairman
at I \ 49C pre charge of Deacon Celt Gilbert and Deacon George Rocker. Deacon Robert Barley;Program px

Choir No. 3 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve during the day At "rlnson'Home Chairman Deacon Leroy
The Home Mission Society will meet In the auditorium Mallory; General Secretary,

of the church at t p.m. The evening devotions will be held with A Friendship Tea will be held Deaco Albert F. Jackson;; Decorations

the deacons In charge.: Both sermons will be delivered by the, at the home of Elder and Mrs. Denard Wright and
o pastor. Prayer meeting is held Tuesday night On Wednesday Daniel J. Brinson 424 West Deacon John Capel; Finance

night Choir, No. 1 will rehearse On Saturday night at 7:30, Nth, from 4 to 6 p.m. Deacon John H. Myner;Ushers! uIi1Tt %

Sheer deml.toe 'mesh, Choir No. 3 will rehearse. Rev W.C. Rogers pastor. Mrs. Mrs. Willie Mae Browu will Kenelder William Allen.Nelson General Publicity Youth\

;? ,. heel and toe micro C. Sampson-is reporter..The church is located at 1281 West speak. Mrs. Irene Johnson will" Lenard Wright; :

$ ? mesh or teenager 22nd Street. be In charge. Rev. W.M.JII.lL Is pastor.

,'%'- demi-toe mesh. Rose- .. ..' Th! tstov.'tl.! met i

tone,suntone, or cin MADAM. s ES1 r- r1ed'BLld'imd. .

) L namon. 9.11. WHEOOU ARE .ILL. She will fashion* Giant i** (
read your ntlriDie-past.present and] \ tone* Hw ymufcui
I future She asks no questions but will tell you $ :sad
r 4 "Ton Seek The Best Doctor ,hat you want to know giving dates and facts"ofwslness krd ,hemathes.t'
v Wen Your Doctor PrescrtbeVget love, health and family affairs. Will Or Tigtr" ?M;anddniuiat.dpearkOr

Experienced Pharmacists1 ,nip you find lost art. Tells you whom you will] ,
.To Fill Prescriptions according : ;, |ImyrJ'and when. If the one you love is true, what .' th ; frankly+lake

To Your Doctor's Orders.' to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, ,.' i cam o And ,hw !':
,We Use Oly The Best Quality Yk l r'locate'ab6ent friends and relatives, and cause !n i dradgRmet. aoud 'kfl
;Drugs, ihapplness, between man and wife* Helps make f, '
? tfr.;' ; if'r'nslaelProprietor I up lovers' quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad kohioocbcl*.

luck are natural enemies or if there is an evil Ir
.. ".1n uence. Does not teU to please you,but will tell the trutfi. One

3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve visit will repay you for disappointments In all others. She will v '
'read your life "** open book. bat also help you out of your,
17lOUBL1:S. Come and see why are so when .. .
--A COMPLETE LINE OF_ you unhappy, -. .
Ax Everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and down heert4l! -

Cosmetics-Rubber: Goods --Candles kick and worried when you can be helped and everything made;
clear by consulting THIS GIFTED
SundriesPHESCRIPTlOltS MEDIUM Everybody weltome. ->
NO MAIL A16 1FERED. I make DO house calls. Don't'? 'a

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i: Baptist Church Young People Plan Gala Celebration Aug.10 I

.. 0'l r.. Services Will Present Deaconesses Plan Missionary Observes Annual .u..Ml.zion_. Baptist_!Zion.. Deacon_Deacon CelebratesThe Mf. -Tabor Usher

..., Board will celebrate Its anniversary Union Progressive Board Lists Meet
Oftstudie Persezalities Meeting Aug. 7 Missionary Gloria Burt, advisor Kings Guests Road,at 8 p.m. August II at 8 p.m. Mrs. Essie M. Band1Ia/11t.1Ior1ah ., The Usher Board! Mo. 1 of
appearing will be the
of the Goodwill
: Prayer 1Ir. Battle Bryant A.
I :: f; Citywide Deaconess UnIon Voice of Jerusalem,Angellghts, Among those participating Kink; Ml.,,Tabor Baptist will meet,
: : The Band, will observe her first be Mrs. Sarah Jackson, Mrs W. Mrs. M.K. Mnrrell, .
I Youth Day wm be observed In Ih11adeJphJa BI1pt1st Church Till meet Thursday, August, anniversary and her birthdayon Choirs and Prayer bands and Geneva Smith, Mrs Elizabeth Bethel Baptist; Mrs Corene August MM.9 at 8 p m. In the homeof
I .Imb.r..August IOr throughout the da,. at St. Pad Baptist Church 3738 August 10 at the Church of other local groups. The Ladles Greene, Mrs Minnie Barnes, Waters, Mrs Cora Mae Harris, West Sixth Dorothy, Nellie Walter1 M. Smith 1519
I Winton Drive Christ Written In Heaven,lOa St. Mary Baptist Mrs LUlleM.
MM. B.
Wayman Chapel, 1
Tne church president. Re H.T. Orer-
located $1mmi
at 5577
DI. will hosts.
serve U Dukes Mt. Zion Lone Star
Moncrlef Road Rev J.W. The morning service, beginning Baldwin, Mrs Thelma Ray, street Is pastor. _
Johnson II pastor at 11 a.m., will feature a'processl
Carttoo Newman Is chairman al. Participant
'a Larry Smith program chair listed are the Presley Boys,the
DIaL Youth Chill, St. John Baptist
Leroy Smith will be pastor Church,'Orand Philadelphia
IorLuIJNormuwID Baptist. I GAwOO1WO1Chthe ;
'.1 be guest superintendent. Guest A welcome address will be
.y;, teachers will be Patricia presented, followed by the re-
'J; Hamlltoa Carolyn Boston, spouse and a reading by Miss
,,: Sandra Mcdfoy, Marian Green, Malbory. Mrs Annie Pearl.
'II: Frances Morgan and Lynda Griffin will present the speaker,
..!i' Rev Eugene Calhoon of Mt fun place to shops e e A A -
1\0. Sweetfield Baptist Salem Baptist The Youth Usbe
: h Board and the Philadelphia
Men s Day Baptist Board will serve.
At 2:45 p.m. a processionalwill ,
sir., be featured.Voncllle Smith
300 HOGAN ST. i
Sweetfleld Baptist Church will
!lt t will give a reading. Vera J.
celebrate the annual Men's
Slplln will be guest sololstTbefamous
Sunday August 24, with services
.)t Art Goodman Singer
..' throughout the day. will present members. FUN BUYS
On August II Usher Board Rev Wm. Leant Jr. of St TOY EVENTDOWNTOWN
,;' No. I will celebrate its forty- Mark Baptist win speak.At FOR CHILDREN
sixth .
anniversary 8 p m. 6
.r, will serve. Rev J.A. Oliver with the Philadelphia Youth
speak Choir Mrs,Delores BrI&ttwWbe
.C.T. Sunday School begins at 9:30: the guest soloist Rev. 0.LSims All .teel ".dy .
with Deacon R. McKinson
!u of West Friendship Baptist
:,". superintendent In charge. The will appear.
lesson will be reviewed MliHTUORKAIS'zDIINCK
.f' Many other participants will
,!, Oliver.110mb. appear on the program. The
,d services will begin public !is Invited '
at 11 a.m. with Deacon J.W.
.1, Anderson and Deacon Mose
Brooks In charge of the devo Zion
Hope Chorus ,
flans Choir No. <4 :c procession along with the young 5

J. In adults the morning.Rev. Oliver will speak Presents Special .,, VALUABLE PRIZES !r rt1

I,t'f. The evening worship! begins Big enough to ride ont To be awarded during our Aug. 6 thru I

,. at 5:30. with Deacon Sam I .. Back section raises for Aug. 19th BIG BONANZA SALE. Fill out
Williams and Deacon Luke The Zion
Rope .Female Chora '
.: Stephens) charge of devotions. will present a Talent Nlgbtpro.. a terior.dumping 10;Vt"h r: 8 Nab w in and deposit your coupons each time you
The pastor will spent gram at the church Tuesday '' visit I your Woolworth I Store
II, Prayer meeting Is Tuesday night,August l'>.
at ':30 with the deacons In Among participants will be:
.r. charge Choir No. 2 will rehearse lira Susie Manns.Francis '
to,ry at 8 p.m. On Wednesday Lowery Edith and Juliet ) I
;.I:;, night the Blblestudytakesplace Gammage Mrs Leola Brown '"" -' Super............ .. FREE PAIR OF
at 7 p.m. Willie Young Is asking Miss Drowsily Mosely Choir NYLONS
all men to be present No. 1St.Mrs Bearich Williams, e ,
-.:;. Thursday night at 8 p.m, for 1Ir..uorothlIurl'IIr..JIlUa '" T, 7 j EOIICATIONIU
: for each day of the month.
rehearsal for Men's Day Dennis Robert Raraday, MIls ,
Saturday evenlagat5pm.CboirNo Florence Nelson, president; f Coupon available In Hosiery Dept
.". <4 ':' Adult choir will rehearse at chairman and Rev EJl. ,

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IDCEWOOD AND AVENUE 114 DAVIS a,144 ATLANTIC BLVD.. tt jot art not tore where' Among the many highlights that
to Jock's Is the'fast
KINGS RD.AND MYRTLE AVE.a 301 BROAD 21st and MONCRiEf aD. roo're going, you may ala attract people
3701 EMERSON RD.' Vlh AVI..!3rd ST.,JACKSONVILLE BEACH this sang and latlmaterestaarut and efficient service from
lounge located oo Walters naadomely dressed In
Seventh Avenue near 138th gold and black attire. B Is I
e EDGEWOOD AVE., JAX BEACH Street la Harlem. Once yonflnd one of the few eating places In
this corner, look for and follow the' area .where waiter food
GOOD the arrow canopy tearing they service (u opposed waitress
US. a
Bane, go down a few slain, service) still exists Much of
CLEANSER :and you're la Jack'i Place. the credit for this fine per .
RIB STEAKS 95' BABOLB Awaiting you any day or eren- sonnel training goes to the .....
LB,, fog !II a cool and Intimate at- manager of 3oct'., Mr, Start with a can of beam and a campftre add your favorite
.Bospbere tbatllWl1d.scrlbeu'reJufnc. Raleigh Bell. A long-time "rtuffable" and have a steaming hot gourmet dinner waiting
: B Is Immediately evident member of the food service for your fisherman when he come wadmf out of the itream.with
If hi'i had a good day, the catch goes wmplv wonderfully
U.B. GOOD that persons frequenting 'Industry, he was formerly associated -' beam" menu If the big onelan got away
fills establishment hare found with another Mew York your ;bean;: ar course'- hearty enough to serve as entree. Of
CHUCK ROASIL&59t ;LARGBciN: 1OCr It a haven for those calm restaurant, Marguerite's Dugout coupe you dont need a rod and reel or a rushing river to'tr1Iturrea
moments so Important at the la Astoria, Queens. (Marrnerlte -, zucchini, eggplant or apple. The backyard barbecue
shower looms,Juit
serves just u well I. or, if a sudden summer
) the Is the wife of baseball
end(or during day. ?I move ituffine and ituffees back into the home Hot, hot
Around the three-sided 'star Willie Mays) Kona or Colombian coffee goes well with these
CENTER CU'f just at the entrance, television Directly across the street WITH GARBANZO BEAN STUFFING
viewers can watch the day's from Jock's Is Lafayette'. EGGPLANT .
baseball (or other newsworthy 1 medium sized eggplant 1 "%01.can( P&ro1t.
game Theater dramatic '
CHOPS 156 cups)S&W o
PORK ,89tSURF eftlltl)on a 1t14eacreen: presentations' by Harlem residents 1 Tbsp.butUr Beans,drained,reserve
Music from a Juke box Is avail under the direction ofRobert % lb. ground lamb V4 cup liquid
able at anjr time. Mac th. Performances' 1 egg yolk 2 tsp.dried parsley
n From tile'cozy dining room.. are nightly, except! Monday and lightly beaten with fork vi tsp.dried mint
is the rear of the lounge comment Tiesday; matinees every 3 Tbsp heavy cream Salt and Pepper,to taste
and conversation alludeto Sunday. Audiences making the SLICE eggplant in half lengthwise and scoop out center.
.; the varying walks of life (.19 curtain
p.m. can always' Save center and cut into pleceiSAUTE "
YY.Y.. ass .represented among regular enjoy a leisurely dnnar at lamb in4>utter until lightly browned. Add eggplant
aW patron On a recent evening, a Jock's. before curtain time As piece and cook until eggplant if slightly transparent,then add
co priest from a nearby parishwas diverse u the patronage aj beans
dining with two public Jock's Is the menu. Fine. MIX egg yolk and cream; add liquid from bean Pour over
school teachers. At another; Southern dishes served bean mixture
are daily
SEASON with parsley mint salt and pepper. (Simmer and
MAYONNAISE lintn covered table la
tip'corner from 5 00 to 11-00 m.
: p.m. : p ,
stir 3 minutes.)
upandcomlogtelevlsim \ I
,an -* According to one headwaiter,
SPOON mixture Into cavity of eggplant.
personality P1111l.te
the dishes that
move quicklyare
WRAP each eggplant half In aluminum foil Place'on'
old friends. A larger party of
Crab Cakes, Oxtail Stew, barbecue grill and cook until eggplant is soft
young people, clad In fashionable :Fried Porgies, and Pig
SPRINKLE with paprika.
:' dasUkl shirts and wearing Knuckles with Black-Eye Peas.
.Blue Plate 'tI.''1,11!, !' ,334SilldrE561n9 UM1T1WITH$5000RMORE 'Afro hair styles was going over (Now wber.lIt can you find TEACH YOUR CHILDREN SUMMER SAFETYIt
the day's happenings on their such a selection of Interestingrare
FOOD ORDER Job An elderly stockbrokerfrom
tivltie of
t foods?) may be true that tor a summer camper
the Wall Street area of The West Indian heritage of very joy In life, there I ia a certainly make it look thatcorresponding .
lower Manhattan scanned the Jock's oner.WIllJam A.Cohen, hasard The acSEAFOOD- way
GT.BOX49FLA. newspaper as he waited to be Is evident from several wen- '
served.A seasoned foods frequenu,aft1l-
stranger doesn't have ft able, such u Red Rice, Veal
talk with Mr. >WlUlam A.Cohen, Cutlet la Spanish Sauce, and CENTER
I owner of (Ilo k"'J for long to Creole Shrimp
'learn that he has a fond and, .Special Sunday Dinner attraction 13* N, MYRTLE AVE
GRADE A + } personal Interest In all Ms Includes roasts with '
\ DDflE CRYSTAL easterners Be proudly makes, accom I Seafood Center Triplt Crown
SMALL EGGS ffgk> .'29* k' not ol the established residents panying sauces, gravies,stuff- Gen Boat Whiting;
ings, and whatever else Is,
SUGARRICE of the city who find Jack's appropriate.Oven roasts Drum (v..,....'...'.'''' 49C
ROYAL .a nice place to J1c1t.-"poUce. .satisfy anyone's food preference Sheep Nose ...................................lB.
,men, politician, physicians, are on the menu everySunday t
i La BACJ59 I and Just plain people" accordIng ;Roast Long Island Duck Salt Water Brim 394't

c 29* r to him. with Applesauce Is the feature Lar ................. LB.

FREESTONE SLBBAff amiable A long-time soft restaurateur spoken gentleman,this item Also available are Roast SPOTS ............................?:4.?........... LB. W"
says, "I love this work: and Sirloin of Beef, Roast Loin of CAT FISH .............?................................ IB.75.
PEACHES 194 Port, Roast Chicken with
,. ? j' OR MORE FOOD. Mow no other. A basic Interest Dressing and Cranberry Sauce, 'Y1UOW T AIL SNAPPER .....?.?...??...... lb. 69' .
In food Is the major priority and Boast Leg of Lamb.Weekdays .,. GEN. BLACK SEA BASS ?.................. 59
WHOLESUM CONCENC1i\TED ,of The keen business / on Sundays, the liVE:CRABS .....:...."..........................:. :,.)Hb..,89
sense IllUI'e to follow, cost at Jock's is
ORANGE JUICE tt60Z50C If you are going to make a $2.00.average This mean Includes a meat SPEC. TROUT .?..?????.?.?.:,...........?.. lb.75'FIRST.CUT '
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trip to New York City, and, more'.fcetraEIjfto Manhattan's Chelsea Section at 10th Ave I clalflalTj u a tradition _Two Black men,Anns Cooper) and Victor Gaston, opened doors
17th Street, would not be replete without a visit to the much touted and popular West' in 1965. An Integrated staff baa worked to make it the success It la today. No dtscuasloo
s Lounge. In the evening the'young couple above always finds time for that spec' of Boondock's menus would be complete without mention of the dessert offered One -. I
Strawberry Shortcake a feature at the .'11. At noon time, employees of the meat can always find Sweet Potato and Apple Pie on the menu. These ''bo.." soul desserts'
and garment Industry wend their ways to this part of town for the hearty southern have been described as "Dishes created from foods on hand" Another great citation Is !
When you're on a diet which make Boondock. standout Courtesy,is a,m tto. Good food, with.that spe- the fruit shortcake-peach and Strawberry .Courtesy of General Foods Kitchen _
to boost your morale.
Fruit Dream that'i NO-BAKE TARTS
serf Garnishes like a bit

calorie few more whipped calories topping but. ENTERTAINING EASY SAVg 4 r
the summer indoor
I' envelope (4->trvlng sometimes takes
low calorie spotlight from backyard
flavor gelatin ..Thia usually calls for :
D.lh of sail formal menu but the
IVi cups boding water needn't be more. ALL WEEK l
V4 cup milk .. The dessert, which
Dissolve gelatin and nil occurs as an afterthought .
be ele
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Raspberry Cobbler' .:/
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I Ii Rev. L Sullivan And B.F.. Goodrich Develop Unique Pilot Program For Minorities I II


I Joint Effort Design Toward A Goodrich: Director Explains A New Program, CIVIL RIGHTS ,


Preparing Black Managers i;''';,". .':'?, ,' ''T.', ':,''fI' .. "' ,'''"."''i',i1'j",' >M"f.' 'Y mr''IN'.' SIZE, OI'I! I. ROUNDUPBY

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PHILADELPHIA..The B.F. Goodrich Company has Joined ;" ; '.:; >
with the Rev Leon H. Sullivan, the founder and chairman W *" ', .
of Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America, a 1 1 Gary-(NPO)-.Four persons hive been arrested In the beating -
Job tralnlncorantzaUon lor Negroes and other ntlnority
of Stephen WMtfleld 17, president, Gary's NAACP youth
troop members In a "pilot" program to develop>> more I I' 'n. council who warned the local City council two months ago

managers from minority groups for thecompany'sretallEtores. [ that Gary stre.t gangs weretausing a "reign of terror." At

P.W. Ptrdrlao, president of Management and Economic -.. 4 least eight more persons were sought for questioning In the
tile company's tire division, Development, a newly formed eb apparent gang beating. Police said WhItfield was attacked by
management development program about a dozen persons as he sat in his car. His assailants

I II of Mr. Sullivan. ripped off the car door to get to him, police added.

IJ "Upon their successful completion
of this management BAN REPEALED
J pre-tralnlng' program the: / JEFFERSON CITY NPQ--MIssourl's) law against Interracial \

applicants will enter our marriages has been repealed by the 75th General

regular retail management r assembly The bill, recommended by the Missouri Commission

training program, leading to a / on Human Rights and approved by the state legislature,
retail store managership with las been sent to the governor. Laws against interracial: majrU

In two years," he explained age remain on the books In same states, even though these
"If this program works as well Jawsyhave been declared unconsltutlonal by. the U. S. Supremo

as our company and Progress !Court
Management and Economic Development _

expect, we certainly xWr. DUAL SYSTEM
will consider its extension to CmCAGO-NpJ.ThIl city has a dual system of medical

other major cities In conjunction '-, treatment for whites and Negroes according to Dr.Pierce de-
aid B.F. Goodrich has
begun Council of Metropolitan
with an increase In the Vise, research director, Hospital
a 13-week classroom and on- number of trainees" Chicago. Attacking the dual system Dr. de Vise said

thejob training course for Mr. Sullivan said the training half of all hospitalized Negro patients are in Cook County
Negro applicants here at the program is the first of its 3 hospital and that three-fourths of all Negro emergency pat-

headquarter of Progress kind undertaken by Progress lentys are sent there for, treatment. The hospital he said,
Management and Economic Development ati 'is "simply a dumping ground and simply overcrowded."

Alabama State (PILED), which was
formed earlier this year In QUIET PI:0:ES1'

Hosts Philadelphia to help place h--. ,.., u. HOUSTON-(NPl--Oa the same day that astronauts Nell
BigCORelllon Negroes and other minority Armstrong and Edwin Aldrln landed on the mom: a small

group members In managementJobs delegation of poor people staged a quiet demonstration on
wlthwell-establlshedcom- 4"" reY, Fy the grounds of Manned Spacecraft center Their protest

panies. The Rev GusJtomanis called attention to the contrast between the space program's

executive ullrectpr.r.. success and the less dramatic achievements of the War on

Alabama State University was Four men were selected for -t tf P %< q r Y Aa'C L Poverty. Five years after former President Lyndon B. Johnson
the meeting place of the largest the pilot pre-tralnlng program r 4, declared a war against poverty, "we are nowhere closeto
Negro Fraternal Organisation from a group of more than 40 eliminating poverty In America "said Hulbert James,

in the State of Alabama provided by,OIC from the Philadelphia d who Identified himself as director of field operation, National
the F t A. II. Grand Lodge area. They were n Welfare Rights Organization, Washington

of Alabama. screened by tire division personnel
According to A. J. Rowser, executives and by Walter POLITICAL DECLINEWASHINGTONNPQThe .
Coordinator of University Womack, director of the pilot upshot of Sen Edward M. Ken-
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Conference Services, three program who was specially nedy's: suspend! sentence on charges of leaving the scene
thousand ((3,00) persons were trained by BFG for four months CRAM COURSE-Walter Womack; director of a new programto intensive training by the BFG tare division before taking of a fatal accident is llekly to be the political decline of

In attendance at the three to prepare him to conduct the develop more managers from minority groups for B.F. responsibility for training the store manager "recruits." a eivll-rlghts advocate. Sen. Kennedy has been talked up
day meeting along with the course. Goodrich retail stores explains tire construction to the first PILED is associated with Opportunities 1 1dustrlalizatJon Center U a possible candidate for President in 1972. But questions

largest Negro Women's The salary of Mr. Womack class. The men are being trained at Progress Management of America the nation's oldest and largest Job training organization remained unanswered after the accident, and a finger-

Organisation in Alabama ute a WED employe, will be paid and Economic Development (PlIED) headquarters In Philadelphia for Negroes sad other minority group members. The pointing public was having a field day.
Order of the Eastern Starj. by BFG Initially for a four-, < In preparation for entering the regular B.F. Goodrich four trains are, left to right: Steve Stevenson, 23; James F.
The meetings ran concurren and-one-nalf month period and retail management training program. Mr. Womack., given Cole 34; Jesse Parker 25; and John L. Jackson, 28.

fly with the Masons meeting the four trainees will receive Southern Unlverslly-
in the University's Arena-' the pay of the company's regular Dandy

Auditorium and the Eastern sales trainees for the full SOCIAL SECURITY Blacks Serving Navy

Stars S.J. la Bennet.the Gymnasium Worshipful 13-week. period, Mr. Perdrlausaid. 7f.OlliJuq'." 35,000 Is Alabama State SpeakerAlabama

Master of the Masons revealed The trainees' classroom Retirement,

that currently his organization studies will include< black Survivors, and State University held dam, and< Atrlca'on: education
consists of over 27,003 members. history and awarness, BFG his Had Ancestors Who Were its 205th Baccalaureate-Com
The Grand Lodge along tory, employe bene'lts and po. Disability Insurance and mencement Sunday, August 3 and also< been religious a highly t tours.!sought!! He after has

with the Eastern Stars cus tomarily meet o*the Alabama management economics, pro' Medicare. for peopl.) 'S.over Arena-Fleld House. Dr. Levi lecturer by many of the nation'snational

State camps every ten years, ductlon, retail sales,budget and Fighters Of The First .Rank Watkins, President of the,University He colleges is currently and universities. chairman
with Montgomery-Lodges as control from Jackson
They will receive on- Many graduates: : announced that this and member of the pan
Hosts. the-Job training in Philadelphia- ville area high schools will have ** ** summer's graduation exercises forth, Foundation Selection Com'
Other Alabama State University area BFG retail stores in help from social security in will be
tire highlighted with the '
campus activities this brake and wheel service, retail, continuing their education at Historic Neglect (Of)f Deeds Of :possibility! of the new Unlverslt Rouge mittee Council member of Human the Baton Relations
on -
week Include a Summer Institute ,sales business
f budget and controL schools, colleges and Seal and Name on the diplomas
on Student Activities Rev. universities. and< along with many
Sullivan chalrnm and of the
presented by the Department :rounder of OIC Centers of "Some full time students ages Negroes Comes To LightEd. other national affiliations a
L. Devon Director of member of the Board of
of Student Affairs The noted .America has organized 18 to 22 eligible for social Dandy
Many slaves to flea the University Center revealed: Directors of the Baton
attempted <
personnel consultants were directed his commanding
i the training and placement security benefits stated Note: This is the first of .by
Dr. J. B. Jones of Texas i of more than 20,000 James H. Mlddleton Manager a two-part\ series describing the South during the early Williams'Brown Maryland that the office hour reception Council on Human RelationsHe
Southern University and:DrMehrene ; Negroes and other minority of the Carver Station Social historical participation of the days of the war. While thou and James Mifflln Virginia! usually given In the College bas been a member of the
Hardee of Florida office, He sands succeeded, few escapes'were line of Dining Area would be given this Southern University faculty for
croup members in Jobs In the Security noted that black American in the United serving the powder
State of Tall child of more daring than that .. direct year In the Alabama Room of more than 25 years.
ahj two.years. a a retired disabled, States Navy Part one traces their ship took two
of Robert Smalls a (coastal the University Center with the Otber Baccalaureate-Com
Doctor Jones battle
assee. appeared or deceased worker mal be his role In seapower from 1775 hits during the four-hour
July 21-23 and Doctor Bar- I Memphis', Beale eligible for social secrnlty to 1865. pilot on the new Confederate but stood their ground usual reception then glvenatthePresident's mencement highlights include
steamer CSS Planter. home alter the ex music the University Choir
dee appeared on July 24 checks on the work record of the 'Ibe 35,000 black Ame!leaDS and kept the guns suppliedwith by
At <4< 13 1862
a.m on May ercises. presentation of special awards
Dr. Levi Watkins President accurate
powder. ,
parent whether the parent was now serving with their non-
of Alabama State Street Reaches when the officers were&ashore ..8. Coston, Registrar and< and announcement of the University's '
University made
Union gunfire possiblein
his mother or father If he shipmates In the U. S.
Smalls and an partyof Admissions Officer of the University
escape Centennial
Perspectives -
still convalescing from lastweek's continues In school full time Navy work with highly technical part by these men, helped ''
Renewal 15 slaves got the Planter related In conjunction by Dr. Levl Watkins the
emergency operation, State after age 18. equipment on board air- the Unton Navy defeat the Confederates ,
underway The 313-ton ship with the exercisesthat
revealed that the two con at the Mobile Bay.
IlEIrfP DS-NPJ).. The fabled In addition, checks can. be conditioned ships Their way, from the wharf
pulled slowly of the approximate total
sultants of the Honor of
wore highest The firth Medal of
received;: during the summer however was paved with the
home of the blues Beale
street the Confederate headquarter
\ near of 153 degrees to be awarded
caliber and should prove beneficial in months .If the student Intends blood and sweat of early black the War Between the States
Memphis where W.C. in Charleston Harbor
Handy 77 would be
to the students.Doctor earned Joachim Pease GET FAST BLESSED RELIEF!
sailors was by
to continue school in the fail history forms
first played Us "St. Louis With the Rebel flag flying the Bachelors of Science andBachelors
Watkins alsoapplaudedthe Blues," is due for rebirth under He pointed out that a child one of the most exciting but ship was steered toward the of New York, a gun loader on of Arts while 76 j ITCHINGSKIN
student body and Major Albert TheKear-
urban renewal. can qualify on his deceasedmother' overlooked, chapters In Naval Kearsarge.
open sea.Getting candidates would receive the
Habdad of the United work record under a History sarge had chased the powerful
States Air Force for the Memorial George Romney secretary of a recent change In the law. Stories of these seamen doing out of the harbor was Confederate raider CSS Al Master. of Education. a
to Astronauts Collins, the VS. Department of Rousing Mlddleton urged any studentnot their Jobs during times of war no easy Job because several abama into the French !labor The speaker for this year's SCALING
Aldrln, and Armstrong. MaJor and Urban Development has receiving social secrulty and peace have gone untold, Rebel forts j guardedthe harbor of Cherbourg. When the Ala: historic occasslon ol the 95
l Rabdad showed the student reported the approval of a flS.a. benefits whose parent is re and their participation In the entrance. As he passed each bama tried to make a run for year old Institution Is the Rev. SKIN
body the complete film of milllon grant for the renewalof outpost Small gave the correct Martin 1.. Harvey Dean of
I tired deceased or disabled to Navy has become a forgotten the open sea, the JCeamrge IRRITATEDSKIN
Appollo 10 mission the US-acre area embracing sign with theshWswhlstie. Student Affairs Southern Unltversity -
during phone or visit the Carver Station part of their hertlgae. challenged her and a bitter
the. Special Convocation He the portion of Beale street made Everything was made toappear of Baton Rouge
( office at 2188 West 13th Street, In the Navy's first sea fights, 60 minute battle followed ,
also expressed future>-ex.. famous by Bandy's horn-playing ,at the corner of Canal and West those of Revolutionary War as though the Planterwas While the gun crew on the ,Ioulatana. .A native of News-
y : pectatlons of the role of both and blues compositions 13th. 15,000 blacks served their on a rountlne mission Alabama fired fast but wild, :burg, New York; Reverend PALMER'S"SKIN SUCCESS"OINTMENT..
the University and the Air About; J7-mllllon more for country loading Finally, the ship came abreast the Kearsarge made each shot Harvey received his earlier Relieves Itching, Scaling and
Force after nua's first moon improving the 20-block section Yes sails manning boats guns working and of the high+guns of count. high school training at Hempstead Irritation of Psoriasis,
walk. will be provided by the Memphis pUt Fort: Sumter, and since everything wan New York dater receiving I m on COMMK
log coastal vessels. If a sailor The Alabama sunk In 40 ONLY 99 CeiixlMr NOTHINa flNH
Housing authority. ,was a slave, he was emancipated lRIeUedDormalsbewu fathomsvf water, and,accordIng the i i Bachelor Science / AMNrPIICI
: --i We All Talk, after three years of allowed to pus As soon Ube to his commanding offi- Degree in Religious Educationand < GET HEAD.TO.TOE PROTECTION
Your professional beautician t military service was oat of range of the fort cer, Pease "fully sustained tin Master of Arts in MAb' Iht ttte ictlni foimv indication

;knows the answer. Each of the acceptable American During the war of 1812, theNa'1" .cannon, Smalls hoisted a white his reputation U one of the Guidance and Personnel Administration ei bathe HUH oltilt IUCCEII"IIII'hll'SOAP..rmt tint it bfiutr ollman.l
and sailed the into
flag ship odor .met
:1 speaking 'mialectsi(General first test In defending best men on the ship," at New York University. you ri n ct to bt ntir,
American, Southern New Eng- .the newly-formed UnltedState the hands of the Union fleet Reverend Harvey has MIMED "$AIM IUCCIII" UUP.

land), has a standard dialect one out of ever six sailors blockading the harbor. travelled to. Holland, Amster
For their brave acts Smalls
and a subdialect.'The majority .woe pJack. ..
and his crew were awarded Ohioan Named
of the best educated people in Black American served
Is peroxide needed to this country speak the standard proudly with Commodor Oliver" and half the Its cash cargo!,,value by President of the ship t11g.....................IUtilii4

General American dialect which Hazard Perry when he
,color is recorded in our best dictionaries. won a key battle against the Smalls Abraham was Lincoln named In Captain addition of National Head ,: YDS lON'T RAVE:,, TO 60 TO TOWN TO GET '-
gray hair? British on Lake Erie. After
the n.sellJld served as commanding
It Is all right for these the battle Perry said of John
officer until the Planter LOW PRICEI
Of Frontiers !
\ .
persons who can to change Johnson one of 15 black sailors was decommissioned in

'Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of Bra)I their pronunciation to suit the,:, on board< ,"His name ought 1866.

,hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re" "social class with whom they i to be registered In the book Robert Smalls, a native of NEW ORLEANS-NPl)..Fron- E DRUG STORE NEEDS J

laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look oldel r r are communicating. of fame and remembered with South Carolina, was later elected tiers International service
than she feels. While most women hate these premature aglnj, But, for the disadvantaged J I reverence as long as braveryis to both the South Carolina club with the motto, "Achieve ': *

{effects, many ire hesitant about using permanent peroxide,; student we must overemphasize 1 I a virtue" and U. S. House of Re ment Through Servlce"--put U Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL MEET*
which I4 thestandardGeneralAmerican < During the battle, Johnson the final on its 29th
halrcolorlng stamp
may change the natural hair color'whil. U
presentatives. ANY PRICES Ally IN
pronunciation in was trucklh the hip by a 24 annual convention in Roosevelt :
coloring gray.Professionallytrained the War Between the '
hairdressers "know the \ order to counteract the unintelligible pound cannon ban and was During hotel last week with the election ,We tlso fill an Doctprs' {
Importance o f blacks
Sates five were awarded
their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes s I. dialect they use nearly cut in half. As be by the, Medal of Honor The of Dr. Phale D. Hale, Columbus :
problem.'These experts also know that Clalrol created semi.' If they use the subdialect the dying on elect oImsOll said first so honored was Robert .(Ohio) minister-member of the PhN"I;;;

permanent Loving Care' hair color lotion without peroxide. majority of the inhabitants can over and over,Fire away my Blake,an escaped slave Blake'r.shiprt ,Ohio state legislator as presi Dixie [
to color only the gray without! changing the natural shade;The)Y;'i!; not understand them. So, if they i boys, no haul the color /Jthe eiSSMarbleheadwailying dent.A 1
want to compete there is only American flag) down"
also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemica I' ; at anchor In the Stone vice-president for number
processing. Because of Its one thing left for them to do: Daring the Mexican-Ameri of years, he succeeds ClarenceA.
mildness Loving Care maintain s;I' Hirer of Legarvllle, N. C. KIMS
healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos,; learn the General American can War (1M6-1M8)) some 1, a the early nornlnghours of Dockens, Philadelphia, who lUlU

Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for hei r r pronunciation. 000 black Americans served Christmas Day, 1863,the Confederates steps np to membership on the ; 'rim 353.
hair, she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician READERS: For my booklet in I.mer1ca'OUIII Navy. attacked the ship.. International board of E' 5.511.
'I discussing the 21 words most j: Some 30,000 blacks "
fought directors.
i. Hairdresser* are equipped with a family of fine Clalrol product!I Back, ft steward; could have I
frequently mispronounced in toe Union Navy during the of flu i nnrf nt< )f and
and the training to promise each the Highlight
patron loveliest decks instead
most I below
t hidden ,
I'' one dollar to cover,the cost Civil War and .PAY'illl LICRT VATEI) AIR
others award .
personalized haircolorlng effects every time she visits her salon, many be ski istlhM for aa injured, the President's banquetin I '. : ,
H 'you'dislike gray and want no peroxide, why not ask you r: of production and postage to. 11'1 on Confederate ships. Some powerboy andro. tl.ely served the grand balJroca. Guest i, TUEPIIKE till ,11' III I
H. B Oil '
WI re Box slaves and 'nur.
beautician to glamvlze it with Loving Care? some were the rifle dortag the M- speaker was Dr. Lwlus Bolsey ,
AiM fti
Florida University freedmen. m the Union Navy Pitts, president,''Mlles College, :,. .
"Opdrollne,1/e1.. ,.. ? .. CotirtwyofCUIrolInc' Tallahassee, Florida-32307 '. I one sailor Isf four was black. 'hour battlI.Rewssprateedfor'W Ala..
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I Temptations Sweep Tough Whiz' Kids In Tight Squeak At Reed Center F I

Johnny Thomas And Klachloy The Alhalie M. Range Under ExDresswav Park Is NAro a

Spark Seconds Of Hot PlayThe

"Temptations"! by Johnny Thomas and Glenn Kleckley, I
mad the upset at the season by defeating the top-seeded "WMr
Kids": ...81 list weekend at the Emmett Reed Center. .

It was the first defeat for the packed boast cheered ;.
"'- "
touch "WUs Kids," who won throughout the conte400. !
the Eastslde Summer Basketball The favored"WhllltJda"were .TTTe
victories with a record led by Milton Thomas's 16 ; ,.;

Ii I-I. points, and Osbora Longworth, -.
The Temptations came from with ZJ points and Charles
behind In the last three minutes Thompson with 14. The "Kids" .
of the final half and never let starting five averaged t'S" Inheight. :

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The Temptations now lead the The game was played with I :1J 1 WSg ,
senior Men's Summer Basketball strong feelings throturhout-tte : : RYA; .
League conducted at the final half. At one point the
Reed Center, with a record of game was stopped because of a
1-0. strong protest by the Tempta ,
Johnny Thomas, the 5' 10" tions' George Longwortii. He .)
forward pumped In a total of was quickly elected from the ,
21 points. Be was followed by game because of msportssun- ]
Bnbba Fields, 6'4" with 14 like conduct. w.
points, Glenn Kleckley and The schedule for Tuesday's 1.s
Bernard Wilkes contributed 11 game will have the Kids going .
points.In against the Cavaliers IB the
the final twelve seconds first game and the Temptations :\t
Kleckley: put on ao -mauhow Va. the Phantoms In the second ..ate ::0{
with his fancy dribbling. The pa ,W w If
,The standings to date are: '$4&w
First place, Temptations X-0; 4'I p
Watch Second place Whls Kids: and, .r, \

Phantoms, 1-1, and the
This Clown Cavaliers with a record: of 0-t.
The leading scorers are: '-'

81 51 42. Milton Thompson, Whit Kids,
54 points In two games, for a : 9-- \
27.0 average; Osbora Long-
22 19 2. worth, with $9 points for a 10.1

average; Kleckley and John ,
s' I.S Larosa, with 37 points and aa J
18.0 average ,

((5, j Fourth Charles Thompson .i

Roland Williams, with points tM ,
for a 18.0 average; Fifth,Larry x
4 1 Stephens, with 30 points, for a ,

15.0 Fields average, with 29; Sixth points, Bubba for a ir,i J.C,ULi! -" ........ _... ..L1..a._ ., -_1MI "'_ .
21.139 14.1 MIAMI: Miami can easily be said to be the first American the uniqueness of this, the first of its kind. Bert youngsters, lower areas. Children, personnel and visitors, enjoy the :' "
average. Herbert city to find we for large areas of formerly Ignored land are actually enjoylngsports under the expressways, parted safety of the new enter of recreation. More than 1,000 .i
23 49 86 Officials were Willie K. miler Its cipressways most admirable ue--playgrounds away from the inner city dangers In the lower picture persons were present to fellclatate: Commissioner Range ,
Morris, T.C. Hayes, and recreation areas for Its youngsters: A moving spirit Commissioner Range stands In the center of the park name and to hear others speak. So enthusiastic: has the response .
feometlmes He's up, Sometimes Thomas and Jimmy Brown, Jr behind this venture, Commissioner Athalla Range, because of, for her. The{practicability of the Idea espoused by the Com- been already that plans are under way for asking Federal ,
,He'. down. He AddsSubtractsHe her conviction and because of the strong role played the missioner ; is sean In the picture: to the left. There, the ex- assistance in the development of more of these areas. Photo '
works It all around. FOR SALE sponsoring of the park, was honored on June SO when the new pressway'accommodates the many cars which pass over the by Miami-Metro Department of Publicity and Tourism
park was dedicated in her name The picture: left top, shows "
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ming Attraction: NCAA Football WJKS TV 17.;

Alabama State's Pleasant
15 61 123 Johnny Setp. 13: Air Force at SMU; Sept. 20: Indiana at Kentucky; ,
Sept. 27: Auburn at Tennessee; Oct. 4: Mississippi at Alabma ,
MAN'S'DAYS 1MlJ (N), Oct. 11: Oklahoma at Texas; Oct. 18: California at UCLA: ,,
Makes Progress With Kansas City Oct. 25: Auburn at LSU; Nov. 1: Miami at Houston; Nov 8:
Florida-Georgia at Jacksonville; Nov. 15: Notre Dame at ,
NUMBERED Under New Federal Program Georgia Tech (N); Nov 15:,Wild Card Game; 'rov. 22: North M
235-2,3 and 4 Bedroom homes Pleasant Good Carolina St. at Florida St. *f. ;
l Is Gainer *
I *
Mans' Days are Numbered in Wash. Hts. area Unheard Ala. Stafe's Pleosaif, 'Does If t r
Health and Fortune can be Tool's of low down pay and low, low,
,when you know your Lucky Days low monthly payments! "--:-- "" Record .
Lucky Colors, Set. r TTfl I And Upholds Good I j jl anon the rocks?

Send $2.00 for your CALL 01 VISIT
Horoscope Guide for .: ) MONTGOMERY, Ala. Johnny ;
versity's 1968 football pride Is quite impressive according to
AUGUST SALES OFFICE, Bank Stram, Head Coach of the American: Football League's
7y! Kansas City Chiefs
Fill In the blank below and
mall to ZODIAC, Post Office VULCAN INC. Tr In a telephone conversation University In fine style.
Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fin with Tom Knight of Alabama Pleasant, was the fifth-round
State's Public Relations Department draft choice of the Chiefs.
NAME------ 7003 KEN MINT Dt, I Tuesday afternoon Pleasant Is expected to play

STREET Coach Stram said, "Johnny against the Oakland Raidersin
DATE OF BIRTH 7(8-3479 I II making real goad progress and Kansas City's exhibition
I should prove to be I good ball game In Birmingham, Saturday
player. He further stated, night, August 2.Shriners.
WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo according to Knight, that, "He
( played very well in the rookie
Waiting-Credit Approved on Spoil66PONTIACBONNEVILLE'1395
game against Denver, Saturday Isis
night, scoring! one touchdown
on an end sweep and making avery
good catch on a pass"Pleasant To Get '
69 CHEVELLE MALIBU ...................................... $2795 gained 782 yards on ( .
,ALMOST NIW. [1Mk the ground and an additional
69 RAMBLER SST ............................................. $179S 332 on pass receptions for a Red Carpet

61 CHEVY II NOVA .....................................".. $1775 his 14 touchdowns at Alabama
PONTIAC CATALINA .............".................... $1"9JJ He averaged 4.4 yards per carry carpet" is ready to be
D.O AND.4 0 FACTORY.,N TOP,WAMANTV THEM CARS AM JUST KM NEW,WITH All CONDITION on the grouul. rolled out to welcome the Prince .
The 200 lb. halfback Is a Hall Shriners and Daughters of
65 BUICK RIVIERA ........ $1795 native of Bay Mlnette,Alabama, Isis when they arrive for the
SOCKET SEATS SKMT,AW MAO' CONDITION..WHEELS.AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION "where he attended Donglasvllle Imperial Council's sessions,

6BCHEVELLEMALIBU-------------.............. $1795 High School before attending .Aug. 17-22.
AUTOMATIC UN,ONE Of OUR IEST IUYs..HURRY. Alabama State. Dr. John Henry Hester of Atlantic 1
67 CHEVROLET ST A.WAGON -..."..............._ $2095 In making a final remark on City, N.J., the Imperial
AUTOMATIC.MM FOWEI STEEIINO.AII CONDITION. .,- the outstanding catch Pleasant Potentate, will be at the helm,
67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.CPE. ....."........_$.1995 One of Alabama State College' contributions to football made, Coach Stram said that be and preside over the Convention -
V4 AUTOMATIC RIB POWER STIEIINO.AIA. CONDITION. Is Johnny Pleasant, above, 200-pounder, yard gainer, pass was pleased with his progress of the ImperlalDlvan,which
very Make it
63 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.COUPI ................$2395 perfect
n UH,AUTOMATIGPOWIISTEERINO. receiver, now with the Kansas City Chiefs and doing great and related that he Is will be among the preliminaries

67 VW KARMAN GHIA ..?..._*................... $1495. things. representing Alabama State leading up to the official openIng -
IT'S UKI NEW WITH A NEW TAO. of the convention.
69 PLYMOUTH FURY III ........"................-........ $2995 The Imperial Divan and Convention -
FACTORY WAMANTr. Virginia Sharpshooter Carter committee will meet on

67 FORD OALAXII 500 ....................................$1995 Aug. 15, when departmentalheads
AH COND,VS"TOP CF8,AUTOMATIC POWER STEEIINO,./H LAS VEGAS-(NPI)-- For till I will be assigned their
first time in Neveda's 101Jear Signs Up With North Carolina various duties, office: and desk
R. S. EVANS3rd history, a Black person working space, all necessaryfor
has taken his seat on the Municipal GREENS BOnO, H.C/- Sharpshooter timdepartment. a smooth-working convention -
court bench. .A 6-0 guard,dash*Carter led
Al ,Carter, one of the operation.
Martlnsvllle to the IB State /
He Is Judge Robert E. Mullen, most sought after high school Prince Hall Shriners from all :;
E14-I3I1 OPEN'TIL9.30$ P.M.EL4-I3I2 who was elected to his post. basketball players In Virginialast Championship last season Although geographical sections of the
primarily a playmaker,
season, has signed a grant- be 17.9 andfive United States and many residing
averaged points
r in-ald with North CarollnaMT
with the armed
Tilt* I5K. I x ilcmc'iit in < cniral I" loi' icln State University. rebounds per game. forces in Europe, and those
Carter was on onehigh
Carter, who starred for school All-America: team who are able to get leave from
Martlnsvllle Senior High, Viet Nam will be present.The .
/ &!tm iff spurned some 73 collegiate State and was, All also City-County named 03,All-AH Shriners,whose organization -
fJ. ut taIt offers in order to sign with Piedmont and All-Tlmeslandby in Its relationship to the t ,
a 1jdU the Aggies. Be was recruited the Roanoke Times. He was Masonic Order Is often referredto A
and signed by AiT's veteran also named ofthe u "the playhouse of a' 1tt1Wra
coach Cal Irvin,, who called "Player lmu ori" with their Jeweled
Tear" In the Piedmont District.:
T'ONITE Carter "one of the finest prospects '
headdress and their colorful *
Carter's high school coach,
rye seenlnalongtlma J
uniforms--which will be displayed -
Hall called
MATINEE Robert C. "Husky" ,
.1st Race 815PM. Cuter would help anybody's the youngster "one of the top during their two parades,
WED-SAT. Z p.m.' MM OH CUM ball club," said Irvin, "be- players he has ever coached.' the TwHigbtandStreetparadewlll -- :; -'T g
TAKE 1-95 ENJOY GREAT RACING ACTION v. ? 'cause,Me has a good shot and Al is going to be a real good let the entire population c' _____
DntKCTTOTRACK IN AIR CONDITIONED' COMFORT!, plays food defense. Be also college player," added Hall." not only know that they are In
I IO.UIHIEUS has a food attitude. I was surprise "He Uamighty fine panhandler town but will leave the Baltimore -
*:'to get him,'because so and good outside shooter. Be cltisens win many pleasant 7 Tlyw+rA ,"t'M 1 ,
EVEN lACE may people were after him." has real good peripheral vision thoughts when they depart.
PLAY THE ((611 j IIB PAYINI PERFECTISDAILY / "1 many; decided on ART," for leading, the .fast break" Mrs. JOlsa".. folemaa of

ORIGINAL DOUBLE LAST 2 RACES said Carter, "because I like IB Joining the Aggies, Carter Ketches, Miss., Imperial Com- Seagram's Extra Dry/ the perfect Marlin gin
.011 TIlE tit J 11m ADMISSION ONLY I* the kind of ball game the Afgles will toast with All-CUA guard. maadres, will preside over thisessions :
NiuIT worn CWR swot ruti PARKING play 1 also know the eoUtge Daryle Cherry, a sealer from ci the Imperial Court lull.. lumiHi COI'MIY. LUll PllO'II.TILlUtlUII run milieu. IRAK
--: -:. _, .:; ",_, <.' 'T .-:._'_ _, anoutsttndlngphyslcaledt- Charlotte. N.C., Daughters of bis. -.4o' f.,

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Sorry Kizy Kirnr Stins Rifisis Ti Sill Th .Obi I 'Plus For Million Dollar Expansion.- In one YELLOW a'('and.our POWER Sun radiator FOR SALE
more rnprny than man hall UIII'I\ Late LlncolBvffle 7900 Hock
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.6. 2. WOODWORKERS ___ . 'YES niweu p' MnlweWlLl.
s i. COOl_' tli* dial . . YES ___

ti;.. 4. flit MECHANICS MId 2nd 0.AND WELDERS. YES ._ "' .;.

., anra u UWMM mm manic it. tn sum above left II ai DII ready for the aHteKttoo i
Hit toil 2nd dial . .YES ?._ 't'i of a million dollar concept in the automotive service and put business for Jacksonville,
..i. having received the committment of a loan in excess of $200,000, for the Arlington Loan
z 7. GUARDS . ___ YES ._ :
,. 8. CABINET WORKERS . YES r1 and String Association. The mammoth committment was received by Edward L.,Obi, president I '
,: md owner of Obi's Auto Service, Inc., and Obi's Garage, lno., 20 Arlington Road. This
.____ YES :
.z: .e ASSEMBLY-GENERAL +: expanded business will be.known u Obi's Automotive Center, tad, as the picture on the 14'ox. Also bottle .
also mediatedmimmm
10. INSPECTORS . '. __ % YES"- ; .right shows, will occupy seven and one half acres oo the sooth side of Atlantic Boulevard, B ox.
U, SKILLED BOAT BUILDERS ..' '..- ... .,,.vc*_-. about 100 yards east of Arlington Road. It will be open 24 hours a day, including Sunday IISIE81NE1NIISIPIIC
12. UNSKILLED . .. ... . ,YES ._ ': and will be the most complete. parts sod service business North Florida.
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