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 16, 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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A SPECIAL FEATURE; What Does The Rise Of The Black Front In Florida Mean ?

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YOL. 19 NO 17 SATURDAY, men IE&, 1969 20 CENTS.

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: iami Ministers Gets $2,122,000 Loan

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b h r A f yR 1 0 ,

I i FINAL RITES were held last
Vn ''i Saturday afternoon for Carl

4 Stokes (top, left In casket) an t
alleged member of the Black

, PLAN WITCH HUNT rq rtiIO4'i Front organization: whose death
N shortly after being released

from Jail still remains a mys-
4f rd '1. tery. Members of the organization -
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who attended the services

Dragged Victim Leader Hisjcri( Mcve held at Mt. Ararat Baptist
Says ABA :. Church which Rev. Dallas
I Graham Rev. W.C. Neal and
From Car Alter Open Way Fot, others officiating are shove at

right, above seated.At .

Hack On Road MUST Establish Better livingFour Davis the one right of of the this leaders text,Moses of the

Black Front group Is seen delivering -

MIAM'j-The: construction of a condolences to the be-
Jaxons have been
charged young in the slaying of a New Guidelines ISO-unit housing project for reaved family, as one of his

white man Saturday following .' needy people has been assured\ ;Stalwart brothers stand by.
now that the Mt.> Zion Developments PHOTOS BY FAMILY PHOTOS
their leaving a First Street DALLAS Tex:. .-W1 tttney Young Jr., Nat1ona1' the Urban Inc:,. with Rev' "STUDIOS
bar. I League, in a powerful address before the 22nd annual meetingof Edward T.' Graham president -'
Accused of the murdar of
the American Bar Association, Wednesday, said that Presi- has received a loan of,
James Williams 35 3233 \ NAACP lawyers
dent Nixon's: proposed Imprisonment of a suspect for up to $2,122, 300 from the First
Commonwealth, are Theodore 60 days Without ball If a Judge decides there Is a "substantial National Bank of MiamI.
Hunter! 29, 2401 Wost First; probability" the defendant will eventually be found guilty, is
Bertram i This historic more will enable Take Up Fight
Larry Carter 20,1130
'Street; Jerry, Wycbe 21, 1036 the containment."first step" that could lead to a system of oppressive racial the planners to go,forward wltb *

Almeda and Willie! Boykln 26 the construction of a complexat
1119 Hart. He told the large group of racy." 4601 NE 183 Carol Street, Unit Joins Va. Black Front Unit for Survivors
Carter was taken into custody 'delegates that such an Idea Is The leader called the administrative Carol City. -
'definitely reactionary insofaras I measure sent to Congress Interest on the loan during the '
Monday. The others were taken
the problems of crime and on July 11 reminiscent construction of the buildings leaders In
In Tuesday. Carter pleaded In Fla. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.--The 16-
of the witch-hunts and of the Growing
innocent Monday night duringa race art i will pay a tax; subsidized rate year-old widow,uf a 20 year-
Young presented a gloomy i extremism of the 1960s. ,of 3 per cent. ,
murder arraignment. old black solder, killed dirJiga. ;
Williams,'a'city stock worker forecast when he said, ,",(sense Nixon's. proposal suggests and a I ,There is also thepoeslbilty.! of. Q F.po'slpgtt .V ** *'. e''. "" ',.,. ? search and destroy mission
' a mood of repression slowly judge would a hearing 'from the
: last Black supplemeata ; in Vietnam has
was seen leaving a been; told that
Bar, the Love West on First gathering In this nation, a mood would decide whether the release government. These will enable FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE ? she may not bury his remainsin I

'Street, In the company of four that notes checked, could of the defendant wouldbe low-Income families to live In NEW YORK-The movement to an aU-wulte Alabama ceme
\ effectively destroy our democ-. dangerous to the community.The brand 'which prevent the possible appointment '
Blacks. new apartments I ,BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON tar,.
Williams left With the fourin traditional presumption of otherwise, they could not afford, of a segregationist Judge The NAACP Legal Defense and
innocence would be Involved. The Fryd Construction com- to the United States Supreme Last Saturday\ afternoon many Jaxons witnessed the proceedings
his car Apparently, he Educational Fund Inc. (LDF)
:thought'' they planned to go to Comm Carroll The civil rights leader described pany of Miami will serve as Court has picked up momentumwith Involved in the funeral services for 24yearoldCarl through cooperating attorney,

,another bar. Instead, according as"crystattalling"ask contractors. Donald Steward of the Virginia civil rights Stokes,, a reputed member of the Black Front organization Oscar W. Adams, Jr.,this week
:to police officers, the Black Gets !1,846 ing 'a Judge to decide on the Chapel Hill, N.C., has been organizations Joining in the pro who died under very strange circumstances, to say asked for aprelimlnary and per
matter of the committing of a the least.
named as architectRev. test against the rumored naming
quartet dragged the man from manent Injunction here in U.S.
his car, held him on the groundand crime by a defendant. "The Graham'purchased the ,of Coement F. Haynesworth Whether one witnessed the proceedings from inside Mt. District Court.
Back Pay Legal profession," he said, property, 9.4 acres, for $100- chief Judge of the U.S. Fourth Ararat Baptist or from the sidewalks around the edifice as
took unestimated amount Pvt. Bill volunJVT.
an Terry
Henry -
of should be mote concerned with OOQ earlier In the year. Circuit Court of Appeals, to so many did, you could not help but wonder about the deeper .........-,-.. ,, ...
money. beat any measure that might replace fill the vacancy created by the significance to the aspect of mourners In black Dashlkls o"
Then of the four
one MIAMI: Earl Carroll, Metro with guessing clinched fist the casket of their 'fi(
,the victim over the head with Justice G. W. CarverNamed resignation of Justice Abe raising a over fallen brother,
suspended games.: Fortes History recalls that some of the greatest revolutionary
some kind of heavy' objectWilliams' earlier this year, but reinstated Young urged the drafting of Previously July 19, NAACP movements began as small determined groups displaying

body was' strippedand on July 25, by Governor guidelines leading to the right Executive Director Roy Wilkins ritual signs and salutes, but increased In numbers ind
thrown into a creek nearby. Claude Kirk Jr., after charges to peaceful protest for those To had charged, in a telegram to finally, rose to such prominence as to bring about social
His car was burned. were dismissed by the court, who have legitimate grievances. President Nixon, that the upheaval. ,
Williams' body was found will receive $1,846 In back pay. He urged the elimination of appointment of Judge Haynes- Hitler's Nazi Youth with their outstretched hand and a goose-
floaJng in Six-Mile Creek north Assistant County Attorney St. harassment and the Jailing of Hall 01 FameWASHINGTONNPIThe worth to the Supreme Court I step rose to frightful proportions which eventually brought

of Marietta Saturday. Julien P. Rosemond said that a those whose offense Is that they "would spell disaster to the death to thousands of Jews, the African Mau Mau dealt
Detective Sergeant T.E. Florida law reads that "An will not quietly submit to Injustice entire racial equality programnow vicious death to their white oppressors before they could
Reeves and Investigator.W.R.Geiger officer who Is lawfully entitledto late Dr. George Washington "
embodied In law. obtain recognition and some degree of independence for their
were officers assignedto resume the d'itles of his office Carver, the scientist who Is
The NAACP, Wilkins told :he people are some of the most recent examples of the growth
the case. after suspension by the noted for his work in soil "Is genuinely
President of protest groups. .
governor shall suffer no loss P.R. Man science, chemistry, botany and alarmed ibeyond i the point: ; of In each'case the groups came into organization out of a

Still( Tops of salary." Lemuel conservation, has been namedto mere political difference" and feeling of having been the victims of either social, economic,
M. Wells has been
the Hall of
appointed Agricultural
Criminal Court Judge Carling to the relations '"urges you most respectfully political or religious Injustices) ....and the Black Front the
Stedman dismissed charges. Fame. but most emphatically to aban- Panthers, the Student National Coordinating Committee(which BILL HENRY TERRY
staff of Lorlllard
Corporation. He such other noted
Commissioner will attend his Joined
don the nomination of Judge recently substituted "national' for "non-violent "
first meeting on Sept. 2. It was dsclosed by Preston Americans as George Washington -, "
Haynesworth. used) and the Black Economic Development Conference all teered to serve in the U.S.
Robert Tisca president ofLEMUEL first of the U.6.
president Joining the Virginia NAACP, certainly Indicate that this nation has waited too long to Army In September of 1968;
I Thomas Jefferson, Indjstrlalist Aug. 6, in a statement to Presi- correct the many Inequities that. exist in so far as the black six months later he was shippedto
i 5b4{ Rev Abeincthy I Cyrus McCormick and Justin dent Nixon Vice President citizen is concerned. Vietnam.
Smith MorriU--the first to be
Spiro Agnew, Attorney General He was dead four months after
honored the national agricultural It Is obvious there Is growing discontent among black peopleall
memorial at Bonner John Mitchell and memlers of across the country; and most of it stems from economic arrival overseas and less thana
Leads Marcher Springs Kans. .- the Senate JudiclaryCommlttee deprivation. It Is cruel. The black If living In a society year after volunteering..
were the Virginia Council on Pvt. Terry, father of an 11
Dr. Carver who was head of that Is affluent compared to other countries. It is a society
f.'h Into City Pool the Agriculture Department at Human Relations and the that has become affluent, wealthy, modern and sophisticated month-old son, had a premonition
Southern Christian Leadership that he would be killed
Tuskegee Institute Ala. for largely at the expense of the black nun who has tolled and
Conference. and asked his wife,.Margaret,
sweated at slave and near-to-slave
EUTAW Ala. Six than 40 pay.
Blackaveresworn more developed
"We opposed
0DIANA are vehemently and his mother Mrs. Jlmmle
The black finds himself
man now bombarded with television,
that could be
In office-holders products
new ,
as to the possible appointment of Lee, to see that he be buried
newspaper and radio ads telling i him about the gadgets,
Their locally working especially -
Monday. inauguration grown "
ROSS Judge Haynesworth the statement appliances, clothing, toiletries, etc that add to the spice of in Birmingham's Elmwuod
brought to an end the ancient with peanuts and sweet said. "We
:Relieve that the
Diana Ross and the Supremesled and biased regimes of white la potatoes.A plaque honoring living. But the black brother cannot afford them because he Cemetary.His
appointment seriously body was returned to his
is not with the skills and
equipped education to qualiftorI
the country in the first,, Greene County, where there art Carver was presented to the Impede the movement for racial native Birmingham under the
halt of 1969 in hit records. more Blacks that whites. U.S. Department of Agriculturein equality Judge Hayneswurth's American Job that life.would earn him the salary to buy the comforts of customary military escort.

However, rumors persisted I The spirit was Jubilant 1965 by the Carver.. record on civil rights clearly "The military," the LDF said
that the singers would split Monday: More than 1.000 celeI L;Commemoration committee. shows his resistance to the At the same time, enterprising black businessmen who want In its complaint "learning of
Into business denied
get are because most
up. But, along came Billboard I brants came out and, aloogwith While the five men are noted prompt abolition of the dial' opportunity the deceased's wish to be buried
banks turn down black businessmen
WELLS loans
and its polls The Supremeswere the blessings of Rev, Ralph for other contributions to system as required by the flimsiest seeking on the in ElmwoodCemeteryfescorted

shown a* topping Glen i David Abernathy, hundreds Loew's Theatres Inc. and American history, their selection Supreme 'Court's mandate in pretext. the body there In the company
,Campbell on singles. There broke Into the formerly all- LorlUard a subsidiary. Mr., by the Hall of Fame's boardof Brown v. Board of Education.' Florida stands out as one of the states doing the leastto of plaintiff mother and plaintiff -
news has It that the Supremes white swimming pool and enjoyed Wells took, his A.B. at Howard directors was for their Both Wilkins and the Virginia alleviate the economic circumstances of Its black citizens, wife"
may be together for quite sometime a few plunges Into the University Washington, D.C., achievements in agriculturealone. statement cited Instances In* simply because the heads of government are too busy playing The grieving women asked to

water without incidents. and completed requirements for which Judge Haynesworth had, politics with people's lives and spending their time promotingtheir purchase a grave site.
< Rev. Abernathy invited all to his Master of Arts, School of George Washington had 12,000 as a member of the Circuit own political ambitions...And the white business leaders They were turned away.
Black Judge NamedTo I swim.; The Blacks climbed the Public Relations and Communications acres of land under his control Court, handed down opinions and sitting on their haunches Just taking all they can get Having no alternative and

fences, ripped open door; at Boston University. at the age of 40 and successfully supporting segregation. in education ,I while maintaining the attitude that It Is still alright to exploit having already made arrangements

Appellate CourtCHICAGONPIClrcult( looted the snack bar. He will be active In P.R. for demonstrated farmers hospitals ,and recreational Necroes. for the funeral,"the LDF
The Joyful Blacks were not the cigarette and pet food con could be self-sufficient and independent facilities Miami appears to be making some effort to Improve the told the court, the women
given any orders by Sheriff cern.' of foreign markets. !"There could be no more'unobstnislve condition of deprived black citizens. But Jacksonville remainsa "arranged to have Bill Henry
.Court Judge George M.: Leighton Lee, the local police or by the ,Jefferson was noted for his Invention yet deadly,'way of source of frustration for a black man. Terry, Jr., burled at a Negro
of Chicago has been appointed state troopers.The of the seed drill,a hemp negating completely the legislative Mayor Hans Tinnier was able to head off what might have cemetery on July, 19, 1969.
to a seat on the Illinois Appellate pool was not open at the Powell Career rake and a threshing machine. victories won through the been a serious outburst when militant Rap Brown appearedhere LDF Attorney Adams said that
court.' time d the Invasion. McCormick helped settle thewesf'with hardest effort by the nation's two years ago by placating a handful of so-called tough the deceased's ,body will be
This is the first time in Illinois Rev. Abernathy announced to his Invention of the minority of black citizens than boys. But a recent survey shows that If Rap Brown returned exhumed this court declares

history that an Appellate court the crowd, "Mow you can: say Revealed In Book C plow and reaper. for a President to nominate for to this city for a speaking engagement next week many of the that Elmwood Cemetery wrongfully -
seat has gone to a Black person. you've been where the whites Mon ill Introduced theb111 that the nation's highest'court a boys who hooted t the young militant ,down would be cheering abridged plaintiffs'
Leighton, whose professionalcareer have been." President Lincoln signed into Judge who already has voted for him wildly. rights. '>
began as a trial lawyer, Two of the six sworn into office MEW YORJC.NPIAdam law that granted to the stateson for the racial segregation policy
was named to his post by the said they regretted the Incidents. Clayton Powell's"autobiography' the basis of population, 30- outlawed by the Brown ruling BLACK FRONT SEEKS FINANCIAL AID Reai);' the
Illinois Supreme court, The six sworn la become "Adam by Adam, scheduled .000 acres of public land. Proceeds in 1954 and made illegal by the FROM BAPTIST MINISTERS: BROTHERHOOD ,
effective. Aug L. He will serveIn the first Black majority for: publication In the fall of 1970 from' sale of the land Congress In its enactment of The recent demand that the Black Front made of toe .Baptist FLORIDA, STJ1RPKY '
the First district,'consisting on a county governing body In The book Is now nearing com were used to establish the land- the Civil Rights ,Act of 1964," : Wee
of the Chicago area.. the state of A1a)qa.. pletion. Grant University system Mr.: Wilkins said (CONTINUED ON PACE 2)) kh., '%%,


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k, The Administration plan for preventive detention" < of[person
accused of some crimes is t threat to the civil llbertle 0,

all, aDd can only be seen as nelJ dangerous threat to minority
\ lBHeflv Idea Is that before an accused is released
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"he'd before a judge who would then decide
... have to
HILDA CULAtION AN GII"J a at jl>i j }/ :'J] ,' commit
WOOIU..CI ". WILLIAM whether he "probably" Is guilty or might another
J. 4-LITTLE crime while out on ball The Judge can then have the prisoner

t M AIUNL4DDRESS'I ': MOORE GIRLS Y'/\ locked up for at least Z months without ball.
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06 \ Ii' this proposal as being! quite reasonable
: LIUZZO GOODMAN f" ''j 'It's not In fact it',a strange way "" '
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;' "" MICHAEL JAMES look good on paper, but when

PHONE 3 354-6182 .SCHHERNEKJIMMIELEE CHANEY 'l' they're carried out they prove '
totally unfair and unworkable.

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had a fair deal ,
never really
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;: ; }j l lr Many people'are afraid that this preventive detention pica
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 ,, VIOI-ENC! ] 'jtj f4L During World War H Japanese-Amei who were accused<<

LOF of nothing more than of being of Japanese ancestry wen

thrown Into concentration camps. .
Who can say with any certitude,that If racial tensions reachedthe

Nixon Moving Backward VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE IN THE STREETS! boiling point at some time in the future, such campy
wouldn't be used again?. :
But whatever the latent dangers of such infringements If
Forward At The Same, Time liberties preventive detention places an unfair burden ot
people accused of crimes and on the judges themselves.'

How can anyone especially a judge whose career and life:'
On Job Equality For BlacksWhere style doesn't equip him to understand the problems of the:

poor and the black, determine who "might" commit a crime:
does President! Richard M. Nixon stand on Job equality. at some future date? I'
for Black people? The District of! Columbia Crime Commission made a survet:.

His sell-contradictory, opportunistic, unfeeling actions one of people who came before the District Court. There were
job advancement remind one of a table-tennis ball moving from about 2,700 people and a mere 124 were accused of crimes
side to side of a Pine-pong table. HOROSCOPE GUIDE "i that would qualify them for preventive detention. And led;

One day be's declaring lukewarm support of civil rights; not forget--they were accused, not convicted. "
the next day, he's selling Black people out for white votes In N 5 How could anyone predict who among theose 124 would commit:

the South; and the following day, he's washing his hands of the another crime? How can a busy Judge already under t,

whole question. staggering backing of cases, make a fair determination we
Among his recent actions which make no coherent sense, IV PABLO THE ASTROLOGER want judges or fortune tellers our courts? ,
are his virtual dismantling of the War on Poverty.-joined But proposals that open the door to unfair jailing of innocents;
with his "strong support" for a bill that would allow the Equal especially as is likely to happen, unfair Jailing black people,'.
Employment Opportunities commission to godirectlytofederal can only lead to disaster.
courts to otherrhmndbNixon private employers.' 'WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS'BUSINESS The first casualty of any preventive detention law would?
On the has all but off his "Black by the Constitution. A person Is presumed Innocent until :

capitalism" proposal; and, on the other hand, he has come out FOR LOVE -, TRAVEL? proven guilty. To jail a man because a harried judge has I':
for a "manpower training" program as part d his "New hunch that he might go out and commit a crime is to open;'

Federalism 1 ;! the doors to an area of: repression and the daath of civil
According to the President the Office Economic Opportunity' be that actions and deeds liberties. '
has suffered, in the past, "from a confusion of roles and from a AIIES''HRN LEO .are being closely watched.This ,pecially careful about whose advice The ,aim of the proposals is to keep hardened criminals

massive attempt to do everything at once'In MARCH BORN IDLY makes It vital for many to see you are taking following off the streets. The best way to achieve that goal is to Improve
announcing his VNew Nixon said the OEO, on the 18th, 21st. To those who
Federalism, police work and the court system that criminals
to it that there will be no cause so more
would from now on"be" a laboratory Ideas 27th APRIL I( :' 23r1 Ali 22il ', may have failed to read or '
agency'where new IStl" 'j for criticism,or.condemnation, ; heed this would be caught and brought quickly to trail.
for helping people are tried on a pilot basis," :especially from higher up((18th). warning, the lesson Crime Is a serious problem. The real preventive measures
It is hardly likely that the OEO has much future left for It It's a:deal, There should have, rIt'. pustllng: There's some 1 .Competitors land even someonar' in learned similar could future still circumstances be of value needed are 'better Job opportunities, and end to poverty and' ,'

as a "pilot" agency especially when Nixon has expressed, been enough time to do all the thing that simply will not jell believed to have been so silly, A discrimination, and better schools. You. can't separate crime;
much objection to Its programs--particularly the Job corps. checking deemed necessary to And the more thought that is may try to tear you down in splendid day to get from the social environment that creates it., I

At the same time William H. Brown III, EEOC chairman, know when you have a bargain,< given' to the problem always some way out of spite or to whom together with like a to person be friends with Repressive laws and panicky attacks on civil liberties can,

said after a White House meeting that the President had pro- and when what is offered is a connected with housing or step into your shoes((21st,22nd). or to you spend may the to come, only reinforce the despair and the anger that lead people,
the farther years
mised the full of his administration in family matters ,
backing getting Congressto '
Into anti-social activities lick crime.
lemon. The terms that are not ,
the solution to be 23rd. It may also
pass a bill that would combat job discrimination by private away appears
employers. yours or that do not measure' (18th( ). Necessity rather than pave the way to the obtention

EEOC cannot now take any action against discriminatory firms. up to accustomednorms,shouldbe pride should dictate the course 'SAtlTTARIBSIORN of an objective whin has apeared A College StrieM SpeaksIs
rejected outright on 18th.Something' that should be followed. When unattainable. Walt for the right
The Nixon-supported bill would enable the commission to go ROY;
"fishy' on that day
directly into federal court to seek orders against employersor personal measures or efforts signs to appear. integration a dead issue?

labor unions It believed guilty of job discrimination where as able sensitive to detect.noses It's will soon be get nowhere, It may be wiser 23r< BEG. 21stBe 1- 50 22 15 72 72SAQBARII One would think so, Judging by ,eight Black organizations
It could not reach an agreement. your money to go to a higher authority attack on the U.s. Justice department for..of all things-
Meanwhile "Black captalism" whatever it may have ever giving you the right to dictate for advice (21st, 22nd). It couldbe the stronger. There peeking teacher Integration in Chicago's public schools. '
the 21st. Those who ,
been, was all but dead The resignation of the President's' worth the expense to re- appears to be little doubt that In a letter to U.s. Attorney Thomas Foran the groups
Black capitalism director In the Small Bauslness administration are smart may be coming 'stabllsh normalcy and a happier many are troubled by> allies who BORN JAN. accused the federal government of demanding a scheme,",

was evidence of the program's dc'rafall. view around and to become a sensible more point amen-of mood. An excellent: day for are after the wrong goals or :20th IlL ""' whereby "you can control Black schools. and continue. to per' .
But the President also talked of a "manpower training" results achievements, or some values, or by rivals who are petuate white racism in them." .
,able in their ((22nd).
dealings .
program that would be turned over to the states and local The opportunities should be sort of profitable deal may not too particular about the Check and doublecbeck. In "What you people are trying to do.Is send back into the
governments which presumably would be la the position "to be the 23rd. methods they use Just so long of demanded Black community all those white racists who fled because
there to grasp without further these days precision -
do the better." 33 as they can win the upper hand didn't believe Black children could learn and;."
job delay for fear that they -90 12 47 575 In technical as well they anyway ;
Financed by the federal government the"inaupowertra1n1nc" get away from you and never may 08th Aquarians). The best weapons in self-de that as practically all other fieldsof in addition. give them a bonus to prove it," the organization. ;,
can use
program run by the states might easily play Into the hands charged.
endeavor nothing can be left
reappear. 'lib fense is to refuse to budge an
of Southern white segregationists.What chance. that is The eight Black groups were Identified as Black
to Anything
sense do the President's self-contradictory changes 2.50 II 14 94 241 HIM AK.2M inch from established Ideals or planned has to be checked from Caucus Black Students Association West Side' CORE and' '

make? Woll. at least it can be said for Nixon that if oaedoesn't ; "IMS purposes even in the name of every angle to insure flawless Affiliates Concerned People of the Westslde. Black Con:
like his policies, he can wait a minute. SEPT..22UIt compromise. Their persistence and successful cerned Men Teachers, Concerned Parents of Dvorak, school,'
performance result. -
'JliAPJ] R11 1 gnaws at one. Anyone who for in laboring constructive to build developmentwill a solid base Whatever is being pro- Parents of Calumet High School Students and the Black'

BLACK'FRONT' is suffering from an unhappy jected will be no exception, and Liberation alliance.
?nth MAY 20th" eventually pay off, for Is its
union or something equally should be given every test that What Interesting about the Black groups' charge is
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 1) others who have deluded themselves essential similarity to white to school
worrisome may find It hard to can be devised to prevent groups' objections
It can be drastic. People who as well as for them
Ministers Brotherhood Is an Indication of the desperation obtain inner peace (08m). But something from going wrong integration.
of the group which found Itself In a position of needing cash 'want to rechart the course of seeing that worry alone will to personally.demOlISh the day of 08th). Some of yon may have Black and white are at one In agreeing that integration will".
their lives must recognize that power have 1
bad effect *
a students'
not on education. The reasoning !
provide a out it hard
been too
to cut a worthy effort. way may working maybe
carry this can be a more complicated be steady application orderly different, but, the dislike of "outsiders" is the same.
There are many who sympathize with the aims of the Black necessary to draw on extra and capable financial hard, making it desirable to
Front but will readily recognize that a tactical blunder was process than first believed. reserves of patience and wait methods management would be the 23rd. enjoy a little vacation or diversion Taw! makes one wonder whether Integration should any huger"be
made. To define the situation If It Is true as some people Unless one simply drops out for time and circumstances to (21st 22nd). A splendidday cww'dered an idealistic or government goal. There Is a'
say that the black preachers are exploiting the black poor of sight not easy In itself, provide it (21st 22nd). Enjoy 5.1055t465.4k to total up achievements case for desegregation, or abolishing intentionally Imposed:
then why ask for financial aid from the ministers who will there are marriage and family any social events that may be along with their compensations barriers between the races, but Integration or deliberate'
have to get the money from the poor? ties to be considered Q8th). given, and make it a point to CANTER would be the 23rd. It's quite mixing of the races, seems to be less defensibie. "
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Financial have to be
Out of It, however, has come some good. TLe ministers provisions strike up conversations with OUR uplifting to have small celebration Recently a federal judge ordered the Chicago Housing'-
have come to the realization that they must take greater made, statutes to be observed, those who are attractive and JUNE once in a while (4th). authority to build most of Its housing projects in white areas

Interest In the problems of the community and not be contentto and intricate a host manipulations of other rather to be interesting (23rd, 24th). :22il, "JILT 22i from now. on, even though a majority of CHA tenants are Blackpeople. '

around give their the collection memberships plates a menu three pie-ln-thesky times on Sunday then and pass ride worked out. The net result udall T 30 << 15-,64 UI One has to labor. A growing 7.3077'l84.152PISCES 1 But what if It is found that most of the Black'tenants prefef!,'

around in Cadillacs while their members can ill afford bus this may be tp decide thatIt illusion is that riches may as to remain with their own group? Wouldn't that make the court
is simpler to go along as .. LIBRA well be plucked off the trees, order an Imposition on Blacks, rather than a ruling that helps,
fare usual and to allow developments LOIN Even that may be considered IOU fEl.nt. them? ,
Black Fronters have expressed regret for their manner to provide the changes ((21st, ,much too hard work by many Much Is being said in the Black community these days against

In securing permission. to speak before the Brotherhood have 22nd).. Hrl OCi, JJr: moderns. Even if it is a thank 1 h NAB 20tl whites presence as teachers and administrators in Black

apologized. The result Is, I have learned Is that severalministers .9 10 88 12 81.546RTNINI' It's misleading. The less Job to disillusion anybody schools
exemplifying the Christian spirit of forgoveness road that the planetary aspects clearly Whether or not this racial exclusiveness Is Justifiable one

are willing to drop the charges of "extortion," which Is far .appears may turn to out be to paved be with gold ,reveal that chancewlllnotsmile It's better to know. There is wonders if It is fair to demand that whites accept integratioo,
Just quick- when
from what the organization Intended. for many Blacks dOII't.
really on anyone Just the asking.
sands no running away from the truth
Nevertheless the problem of economic deprivation among NUN MAT to travel.over This which is it is dangerous less Anyone who will thinks since it will catch up with At the,same time. racial integration may be unfair to those

"; blacks in Jacksonville still remains while the local govern how should view more or differently may try his or her us no matter where we go or with Blacks who' for whatever reason' don't care to assoctol'
ment and the,business leaders turn their backs on a situation 21st JBNEJIst, ', propositions you any offersor luck on the 18th Saturn remains how far we may be. It's betterto whites.
; ,that continues to foment day by day. on 18th. You there to remind us that all is
up to It at once, for This
may protect both
There are Indications that arresting and even the possible Pick friends aDd not play, and that we have to there always is the possibility Week In Negro History;
the time. There money by keeping them
are days as far
Jailing of Black Front leaders will not stop the movement for struggle and labor, long and that It is nowhere
I when hit it off'' and get apart as you can now and In near as bed John Rosemond
economic emancipation As a matter of fact, jailing members we without the month. to against many odds, to get any- as we first feared (lath). Thereis Evfrv\S and Johnson composer of "Lift,
things done right even come.' Sing
would make them martyrs and serve to accelerate action and where and to stay there (21st an inclination was born JacuOI1vUle., Fla
I :; membership. trying. And there are others the need for secrecy that has ZZnd,).. among may
that minutest existed so long in Plsceans to worry excessively.: AuC. 11. 1943: Second U
with the of the
The Black Front started with their black brothers in their even past Pall! G. Mitchell was first Negro
has This alone can be more harmfulto pilot to lose
best greatly life in World War
and of
planning care, passed some of 11.,
effort to raise cash but> they fully realize that the money is lathe well-being than
it physical
still be any
everything goes wrong. The may required in connection
r' white community. That's where It's at. .. That's who exploited -
: RJCIN'1'RN discomfort (21st). Those Aug
who 12,1922
with : Old home
latter may be the case on 18th- financial Merest,, of Frederick
;. ,, blacks.. That's who should help.: Douglasl dedicated U I
have ties
It (21st 22nd). BO pinning them down national memorial shrine
therefore ,
22nd. sands to reason, IK. by ltatiixmp
t (TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK) Association of Colored
: may be receptive to the Idea Women.
that we should not select ,- 113 ,
World these days for Important 2WJAN.) 111Joa't of getting: married in a short
News Digest terviews or tasks. Despite the ,SCIIPII.IORN :. time. Enough time should be AUf. 13,1892: First Issue BUUm
fact that they are holidays la, ) be deflected. We all given for a friendship todmlop paper published.Aug. ore u -tmaa, newss
+-u CUT RATE MEMBERSUNITED OCT.. meet Individuals at one time or and for the thrills that with
most people's calendars bay- go .
;1; ; NATIOKMNPQ-A) suggestion has been put to the
another who tell us that wean courtship (23rd,24thThislessee 14. 188& Famous
lag selling or renting property cwas
memberships' 24th
Institute "associate NIT 22K Samuel
UN General Assembly to -
should be put off until doing things all wrong and the chances of n- born In London Engyiodouapogr
afford full
a Into the world body for those countries too poor
t 23rd. 24th. should: do them their way Instead. pleasant surprises later when
; membership The, plan would give the associates the same( t For the haadfol who U may be too late Aac. 14,1953" 7.
nay.M ,? : Wilkins
\ the 126 toll members except Oat of voMsf4n 'u V"' i\i ,
present appointed
{ rlfttU as ; Be circumspect. Whether yes right there ,my b. M GourDmeat Coatra ,icechairmaDE
'fi.i the assembly being elected to UN bodies. 6-20-88-19-39-734 are aware of it or not, it could thousands who are not. Be es- :J-60T 9.M.J1.727? Dllower's l4min1stratJda.eoaa&I1ttee, underlrulded


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Jacksonville's Kitty Oliver Made Color Unimportant On U. Of Florida Campus ,

r Bright And Beautiful GraduateAnd How To Win w8 Hamburoetj-JO Minutes Sybil WilliamsItVeds r-- Opens ArMNI nl Business Mel

James WilliamsMiss

Husband See Successes
Sybil Uaceona Williams,
daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Hair
GAOO'.SV1LLE---Kitty Oliver is bright, beautiful, busy--and Williams and Maceo B.
Incidentally, black. 'Williams, was united In matri-
mony July 29 to Mr, James I
She sang her last song at lyrics, she grins. The Olivers Weldon Williams.
the University of Florida's write much of their music. Miss Williams Is the grand-
Rathskeller wrote her last';: Her husband, she says, has k child of the late Mrs, SarahJ. f
story for the Florida Quarterly been the biggest Influence on Hair The newlyweds are
and the Florida Alligator, con- her life. "He's responsible for tN residing in Jacksonville.
ducted her lilt committee my outlook, the end of the The home of Mrs. Dorothy
meeting on disadvantaged crusade, the beginning of livingas I Hair Williams was the occasionof
students. a person, hopefully a beautiful a home warming.One hundred ,
Mrs. Oliver-'lhe University'sfirst person." friends of Mrs. Williams
black member of Mortar Mrs. Oliver' Is the daughter attended the gala: affair at 4943

Board, naUOIIIl'semonromen', of Mrs. Terotha Leeks, 3220 j ,Tally Ho Avenue. Johnnie Mae Brown, above,
honorary graduated Sunday Myrtle Ave.Sterrett v announces the opening of
June 6, as Mrs. Eloise Leeks Is the son of D.E. 21'.J' BROWN'S HOUSE 01 CHARM'
Oliver, B.A. English. Ster ett, 2100 NW Eighth Court, Council Votes Monday, August 18, at 5562
After four years of workingher Gainesville He Is a graduateof Avenue B. The House of Charm
way through the state's P.K.: Yonge High School anda p trill specialize in Permanent,

largest university, Mrs. Oliver University student. 50,000' For Hair Styling and Wigs. Johnnie
looks to her future, not as an Rick Oliver Is the son of Mrs. d Id ,. Mae Brown Is manager.: The
outstanding black student, but Susie Oliver, 1133 W. 10th St. phone number is 764-8492-
as a talented and confident young Riveri Beach. A new bobby bids fair-tO sweep the country-Hamburger) lilting Jerry Walker: second; Troy Charles, third; Cheryl Perkins, Edward Waters Aid ....
woman--color unimportant. Contest. The first one took place In Omaha on August 5. The fourth. They are receiving congratulations from Floyd Collins,
I She in "the blackest Christian Aid contest was made possible when Bob Gibson, standing before president of TimeOut, Inc. This first round was part of a GU FAST SLUCCo RELiEf
I door In picture to left,Bob Boozer,captain the Chicago Bulls Edward Waters
heart of Jacksonville only Travels two-day grand opening. Plans have been made for other units College,
daughter of Mrs. Terotha, Society Basketball Team, 'and others, opened the Time-Out, Inc., a over the aattoo. Within the next year there will be 25 driveInsJo Florida's APSE college, came
Leeks restaurant worker. The Christian Aid Society will national franchise system of fast food drive-in restaurants Ellen won a $60.00 savings account and certificates for out on top over Jacksonville (ilk FALMm"SHIN tIKCISI"OIllmiMONLY
"One, day a I looked around atJjl sponsor an outing to Silver which will be predominantly owned and managed\ by minority 50 more hamburgers. Entries were drawn from a barrel by University when, Wednesday 44C'I0.I I I teNneNll NDIMINIINLA' ,
Springs, Fla., Saturday, August group used that method to toast theopenlngof the first driveInunit the Common Council ATMTNICI
the defeatist pessimistic, Boater Collins expects great success from the unique enterprises night ECONOMY SIZE lie OU. ONLY He
dog-eat-dog life around me andrea.11zed 16. Buses will leave 28th and at 3518 North 30th, Omaha. In the picture, lower right, Lieutenant, Gov, John E. Everroad, representing through its finance committee, PALMA ,
I had to out. If Chase at 7:30 and 817 Spearingat contestants are seen going about the contest. la the picture, 'Govern Tiemann,-'said, that, while government and other voted to recommend to the full SKIN SUCCESS"BLEACH CREAM
you ta'7 there is get no hope. 6 a.m.' Mrs. Hattie F. top right, the queen is Jo Ellen Peak, 12, who consumed eight .programs can be used to help Inner-city areas,nothing can re. Council the allocating of$50.000 Ton.Cliartr tlit,Sliodn NoluroMookino.(Your Shin lonliiwii.rn forr.Ir.r/. ,
I I Robinson Is president burgers in 20 minutes Others in the picture, from left, are place what free enterprise like this can do." to the historic institution.The |>Mt vami NAB,, SKIN, SUCCESS" CREAMfldil
started a new life here ,
fncMii rmovn tint vflitlwr-ooitM'' w*
grant to Edward Waters .. .. ..
Hen lout ink i le itmniif blKklwodt." wwotltini
Kitty. ,.
says College would be added to the li'l' own, ,
She adds, "I guess we, my HEALTH AND SCIENCE SHORTS Att lor "SKIM< nccEsr ILEACH CREAM M
r Jacksonville Kaleidescopiac Kitty proposed budget for the year d'u| N lid toilttrj' countiri' ovorphoto 44c
mother and I, were poverty Prudent to the UqN I 01 tin i le co"*mrn mm Him 4tiniM
I exposure help relieve piorluU a Coln'ultraviolet beginning October 1,
i 01 much only II 00
stricken but I didn't
rays of summer mon kin problem
feel it.- sunlight hu been found to
She muses, "1 guess I really
had more money at the Uni- ?m a
versity than I ever had in my

She worked, through the Uni-

versity's work-study program,
at the Foreign Student Advisors
Office, J. Mils Miller Health 4 vpr

Center's accounting department ,
the, Episcopal Student Center, 1e
the Rathskeller, the Depart- r A, r x ; } Ara 'Nb
ment of Sociology, IFAS and
for University College's Com-
prehensive English department. yk : I II II
"Practically everywhere on I
campus" she laughs. And
practically everywhere on
campus" administratorspointed
to fitly Oliver as THE
outstanding black student. I
She says, "It'I simply that ,8AY
once someone knows your name
yours is the only black face
they remember."
Her name first became known 1.
as the organizer of an English
honorary Then she was
appointed chairman of the Dis- ;. 111' -
advantaged Student Task Force \
for the University's Action Con-
ference last year.
She says, "My crusading days
are over. Crusaders too often
forget the individual; while try-
ing to save the world." YA
Her crusade,however,did lead
to several significant changesin
the lot of the black studenton
campus. "Mostly, people d'r
h a v e become more aware,
sometimes hostile, sometimes
trying to Improve the situation -
She adds, "I Just wish people
would stop trying to define our
problems and start doing something -
about them. F

Kitty Oliver did the near impossible
--mada .1fr color unimportant -
on campus. One dean _
says of her."She made it before s
tokenism became the inthlng. -

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GAINESVILLE--"Kitty's Kaleidoscope' performed Us last set this month at the University \
Mrs. Oliver and husband Rick
of Florida's Rathskeller where It was opening<< night headllner as the "7th Chord," and a
Jacksonville and
also from regular through out the year. The group graduated Sunday ((6/15) with its lead singer, Mrs. t
Beach to
Riviera plan perform Kitty Oliver, an outstanding stu4ept at the University. Then it's on to Miami and California !
this summer at Miami Beachas for Kitty, Jamie Sterrett (left) and Rick Oliver) '
"Kitty's Kaleidoscope The -
third member of the group is i iI

Jamie Their Sterret sound is of Gainesville"folk-rock. Cosmetology Group Avie Plummer Weds Sept 6

blues, etc." I

Then, It's on "bag, barrel and Guest Oi Mrs JonesThe 1i
baggage to California, where
Kitty has interviews with Holly i I
wood studios. Rick, a radiologist Connoisseurs of Cosme- 1 1A
for the University, will tology, Unit No. 60, held the 1 -+ ltlri q d
work In his career,she In public last meeting in the home of Lij' \
relations or some writlngcapa- Mrs. Corine Jones A fine was Q1 ,
city. Kaleidoscope will continue planned for anyone late. Presl- r 'r r
. too. dent T. Owens thanked the ; )
';We enjoy the hours, the life members for their co'peration.The .:v o.
ana the opportunity to say Important next meeting will be August I
things through our 18 at 1627 West llth.. at 7:30 II
music" The crusade is in the p.m. I II

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III ;, Birmingham Will Host Forty-Fifth Biennial Session Of Knights.. .Pythias I

atoihl Macedonia Baptist Scene Pilgrim Charity Woolworth VP For A Day Gigantic Pythian Parade Is ",

hack '. 01 Annual Revival Service Club C ranges Schedufed For Early Sunday

A soul-saving revival Is being held each night at Macedonia
Baptist and will terminate Friday. with Rev. J.M. Hamroons Meeting Date BIRMINGHAM, ALMS: Four major attractions will highlightthe

as evangelist. will be reviewed by the pastoror 45th blenniaji[session of the Supreme Lodge of Knights of
The regular order of service an appointee The Pilgrim Charity and Pythias and Order of Calanthe set for Aug.17-20 at the Tutwiler

will be held Sunday beginning Consecration service will begin Saving Club will not meet August Hotel here. ...
with the Church School at 9:30: at 10:45 with the pastor in 18, as planned.The '. Dr. Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, Russwurm Award winner.
with Tyrone Merchant and charge. Deacons, deaconessesand meeting will be August Director of the Women's BureauIn Birmingham Mayor George G. j j
teachers in charge The lesson!. members will be in chargeof 25, at 1169 West 26th, at the the Department of Labor,will Salbels, Jr., will extend wel-
the devotional service. home of Mr. and Mrs Douglas' be the featured speaker at the come greetings. He will be

eel Day Spring: Youth Choirs No; 1 and No. 3 will Calloway. All members are public meeting set for 7:30 1: Introduced by. Clyde.. S..KIrby., a
sing, with Mrs. Rattle Bess asked to be present.Final plans + rs Kr Sunday evening, Aug. 17 at the mil m".. /' "
'' and Wallace Mlms at the instruments will be made for the anniver .1 Tutwller Hotel. She will be introduced Butra ot Education!: and chancellor -
'Choir In Concerti Usher Board No. I sary, planned for September by Dr.J.King Chandler of Iron City Lodge. Mr.
and No. I will serve;.District 14. All friends and clubs are m, president of Daniel Payne Kirby is owner-manager of
i 4: The Young People's Choir of No. 1 will meet In the home of asked to attend the anniver ColleCt.1It..lCoontaluformerpresi. Kirby Insurance agency.
my Spring Baptist Church will Rev. and Mrs. Burgess, 3409 nary .. Sherman Hines,local baritone,'
i be presented In a concert of Franklin, at 3:30.: District No. Mrs. Bessie Allen is president dent of the National Education' will sing.The .
sacred music Sunday, August 5 will meet with Deacon and Mrs. Ullle Merritt Is Association and the Associa- Memorial Service will be
17, at 6:45: in the church audi ,Mrs. Charlie Paul, 4240 Owens secretary, Mrs Beatrice tion of Classroom: Teachers. highlighted by the report on
torium. 'Avenue at 3:30 p.m. Thomas reporter. The Supreme Lodge, meeting Necrology by Sir R.E. Moore.
Mrs..C.L. Patterson Is sponsoring The BYPU hour will begin at in Birmingham and the South of Auburn,Alabama who will pre-
the appearance of the 5:30: with Mrs. M.L. ,Polite In eclnd Bethel for the first time In Its 89- side at the banquet session,.
t group for the benefit Women's charge The evening worship year history, will hold Several gay socials will spicy
Day.: this talented group of 40 begins at 6:30.: Both major Baptist Women Memorial Services at 2 p.m., the convention.
I young people will sing a program sermon s will be delivered by Sunday, August 17 at theTa
of hymns anthems and Rev. Wilbur Burgess, pastoror Announce AnnualThe t w 11 tr, Convention headquarters Walters AME Zion
spirituals. an appointee. At the closeof The Memorial
Featured soloist will be Sandra the service baptism will be Women of Second Bethel Sermon will be delivered by the
Tlndal, Deborah WoltfleM, Lee administered with the pastor Baptist Church,Westconnettout Rev A.E. Hudson of North Church Holds Mass
Runs, Solomon Harris and and deacons In charge Weekly Morse and Jannus Road, will Carolina, supreme prelate.A .
Albert Harris; activities follow: Monday night, celebrate their women's day gigantic Pythian-Calanthe Meet Saturday
{ 7 p.m.,Church Society;Tuesday Sunday, August 17. VP FOR A DAY-BUly Davis (seated, center), assistant manager of an F. W. w\x>lworth parade is scheduled for 5:30:
Morning ,Star BandLeader night, 7:45 p.m., weekly prayer Sunday School opens in the Store In St. Louis, became the company's South Central regional vice presldaut for a diy Sunday evening, Aug. 17. Rev. L.H. McGlll, pastor of
If meeting and Bible study morning. Services will run In recognition of his success in substantially increasing in his store. Davis placed Six Benjamin L. Hooks, vice- the Walters Memorial AME Zion
Wednesday night, 8 p.m., rehearsal through 3 p.m. Missionary first In the month-long contest between assistant managers In over 200 stores in the region supreme chancellor, of Church 1012 Madisjn is
irq. Celebrates of Choir Choir Green will Introduce Missionary At Mr. Davis' right is Johnny Edwards, second-place winner, and on the other side of Mr. Memphis, Tenn., will deliver members, of the,church askingall to
11II\ '' ., No. 3; Thursday,noon,midweek State for the morning ser Davis is Bobby Cliftonthird-place winner Rear row, left to right: K.E. Peters, management the banquet speech at 7:30: meet at 10 a.m. for the first
Re. .Alma Mitchell will Celebrate prayer service with Missionary vice. Mrs. Aleen Reed will introduce training director; R.C. Ladd, assistant regional manager; E.D. Sanders, regional vice president Monday evening, Aug. 18 at official mass meeting of the
- .i: her 12th anniversary as Society in charge; Friday Mother Scott for the ; W.A. Schlmledeskamp, depjty assistant regional manager, and R.L. Dillon, director of the tutwiler. He will be introduced Jacksonville District on August
, leader of the Morning Star 8 p.m, Choirs No. 2 and No. afternoon merchandise and sales. by Sir.R.A Hester, 16.
i Prayer Band beginning 4 meet for rehearsal. Mrs, Mrs. Zena Mae Lee Is chair- of Dallas, Texas, Supreme Rev Marlon L. Newman, presiding
Merchant Is man.: Mrs. Vivian Lois Battle chancellor
Wednesday night,August 27,and Bessie secretary elder is all
i continue through August 29 In reporter. The church islocatedat will be acting pastor for the Mrs Gussie P. GrayAnnounces The convention Is 'expected calling
pastors district officers and
the Mt. Ararat annex Rev. W. 3333 Franklin Street. day. Rev. N.C. Battle pastor.. to attract 2,000 delegates and ,
the youth of district to be pre-
'La rant Jr will speak Wednesday I TCHURCH"NEIYS I I ; : visitors, Dr. T.D. Mitchell is sent. Ladles of the Women's
the host .
night Rev. Peterson will speak AnniversaryPEACE grand Home and Foreign Missionary
I I Thursday night. Rev, J.Tisdale Sunday School And PY Confab Atty. Arthur' D. Shores, are expected to
Birmingham Departments
vill speak Friday, Mrs. C. CIt! Cduncllman
; 'A \ Mrs. Gussie Page Gray, nationally and Grand Attorney of the '
9 Sampson is reporter.Pentecostal .
I Rev. NumaD has said, "We
, . At Pentecostal I ( hurt, Soon MISSIONARY BAPTIST and religious known worker gospel,will singer celebrate will Knights preside of Pythias at the of public Alabama pro hope to set the record In orderto

1 Church Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Mrs. D.B. Barnes, superin- her thirty-third anniver- gram. He was a 1969 NNPA save souls.: We are great
tendent and teachers, in charge. At 1 a.m. the consecrationof September and must prove to all the
The Sunday School and P.Y. League convention will be held sary Sunday night,
God for choirs and ushers will be held in the basement of the church 7 1 in the main auditorium of Friendship
1act. Of God Has August 20 through 24 at the Pentecostal Church of must set the seat and date
All, 1631 West 23rd Street, Jacksonville, between Grunthal and by. Rev. D.B. Barnes. The devotions will be led by the Junior the Mt. Calvary Missionary the Dlstilct Conference. We
Peace Streets. Deacon George Clark and by Deacon Dan Tate. The procession Baptist Church Spruce and InWomen's need to set revival
Dual I Day begins at 11 a.m. with Mrs. at the instrument. Dora. Baptist
will be
for discussion subject 1'm'your presiding elder and
\ Bishop M.M. White will be the topic Rev. Barnes will speak from the "God Always Has Rev. Wm. Hill is pastor. A
Ir', and host.The'conventlon. from John 12.26: Usher Board No. land will be available if notified in
pastor the Throne.
Dual Day will be observed at talentn1gbt. Been and Always Will Be on special program has been Day 'time to '
- 'the Pentcostal Church of God will open Friday night will be Usher Board No. 2 will serve during the day. Communion arranged. Outstanding talent of serve.
'[for All, 1631 West Z3rd,between Wednesday morning with registration services begin at 3:15, with the consecration of all deacons, the lty will appear.Mrs Emily friendship Baptist Church will Sunday School begins at 9:30:
;;Grunthal and Pearce Sunday, at 11 a.m. Mother Sunday School begins at 10 aod deaconesses, choirs, ushers and trustees by the pastor. Rev. Timmons will serve as observe Women's Day Sunday, At a.m.11 Sunday, Youth are Invited.
August 17 in the main auditorium Laura Bell Ransom will be with the superintendent In Barnes will speak on the subject "True and Falso Witnessesat mistress of ceremonies. The August 17, with Mis. Remus a.m Rev. L.H. McGill,
(I o In charge of devotions and testimonial charge. The morning worsMp( Jesus's Trial." All members are askedtopay on their Men's public is Invited. Smith as acting pastor-in- pastor, or his appointee, will
Sunday School will begin at services. The topic for begins at noon.- Reports>> will be Day quota Sunday throughout the day. All tithers are asked to charge. Mrs. Queenie Albertle speak. The chairman of the

';IO a.m. with, superintendent and discussion will be "Let this made Sunday night. The crowning meet' with the pastor after Sunday School for a few minutes SI Thomas Baptist ,is chairman. Mrs. McKenzie board trustee for board ft is calling the
[''guest teachers In charge i mind be in you, which o of the King and Queen will Mrs T.V. Randall, treasurer of the church, will make her I is cochairman. short meeting
1[ At 4.p-m.v a'program willibe In Christ Jesus."\t,.asa I take pia::,. The closing message six-months report during the morning service., Mrs. Maggie The annual will begin with the Sunday. morning" after the service -
1, gtven...Mrs.:: Patterson will'be On WednesdaY I '< will be b} Bishop M.M. White.\ Simmons, president of the.deaconess"board,'Is asking all Holds Two 1'AnnualCele6ralions: Sunday School at 9:30 with Mrs.
''chairman, Mrs. Lucy Tuff coI tional and testimonial el deaconesses( to meet at the church at2Stfor a business meet- C. Primo and guest superintendent -
I 1 chairman. Minister Flora Bell, will be in charge of an appointee. Ing. The pastor, Rev. Barnes'will begin preaching in a five Mrs. Dollle Ford in
l will have charge with Elder Miss Adrian Simpson wlllde- Second Baptist nights revival service Monday night, August 18, at the Epheslan charge Mrs. Sarah Rice will Tabernacle Baptist
Il IlId Patterson serving as acting liver the welcome add:ess. Baptist Church. Rev. W.F. Bell pastor.. The church is locatedat review the lesson.Mrs.Frankle
Minister Bell William will Revival( Closes St. Thomas Baptist Church will
'pastor for the men.The Pastor'sAid 1101 Jessie Street. McKendrick will give the preview -
Club meets at 1 p.m. speak. celebrate, on August 17, two Men Ready
and testimonial On Thursday morning thetaplcfor Tin City-wide Revival at MT. SALEM BAPTIST anniversaries Mrs. Claudine Williams will
At 8 p.m. devotional be In discussion will be "It is Second Missionary Baptist Sunday School opens at 9:30: with Mrs. Inez Scott, assistant One will be the Men's Day speak at 11 a.m. The guest For August 11
1 services will Booker required In stewards that a Church will end Sundayat3pm. superintendent In charge'. The lesson topic will be reviewedby observance. The other will be soloist will be Mrs Jessie M.Polka. .
IIr'z.1f f charge of Deacon Johnson. man be found faithful," Rev. K.H. Wilson of Dallas Is an appointee. The morning devotions begin at 11 a.m Homecoming.These .
I Williams and. Deacon will make Thursday night services will the evangelist. with Deacon G. Tucker and Deacon Ode Wilbert In charge. celebratatlons will begin Young people will be In chargeof The men of Tabernacle< Baptist
Bishop M.M. White be In charge of Pentecostal Activities for Sunday will begin Choir No. 1 with Mrs Dorothy Crews at the piano will serve with the Sunday School at 9:30: the service at 3 p,m. Mis> Institutional Chruclt have com-
closing remarks. Church of God No. 2, with with the Sunday School at 9:30: along with Usher Board No. 1. The evening davotions will beginat with Deacon John H. Rodgers Vivian Roberts and Miss Ann pleted plans for Men's Day on
I 1 Minister Maggie Anderson as with Rev. James Carl Sams, 6 p.m. with Deacons C. Calhoun and J. Wilder In charge. of Mt. Pleasant as guest super Brown will preside MIss Sunday, August 17.
Gardenia ClubI pastor.On pastor, reviewing the lesson. On Friday night,the prayer meeting is held. Choir No. 1 rehearses intendent. Eleanor Fay Simmjhs will be Deacon Dave Washington will
I Friday morning at 11 a.m. Consecration rites for the on Wednesday. Choir No. 2 rehearses Thursday On In the morning worship at the guest speaker Miss Cynthia be the guest superintendent.
Holds Annual''' deacons, deaconesses ushers Wednesday night the church will worship with the Moncrlef 11 a.m. Deacon Ben Savage and Kendrick will be guest soloist. Jullaus Mack will give the
I and the choir will be held at Baptist Church, Rev. W. C. Rogers Is pastor.Mrs C. Sampsonis Deacon Dan Jarrett will be In At 6:30: p.m. the speaker will general review of the lesson.
Holy Tabernacle 10:45. The morning worship reporter. The church is located at 1281 West 22nd. charge of devotionals Deacon be Mrs. Alma Wright., Mrs. Mule Williams Jr. Is the guest
At Mt. Sinai gins at 11 a.m.,-with Rev. Sams James' Savage of Beulah Baptist Emily Timmons will,be guest soloist for the day.
i Gardenia Social and lists Revival speaking.The EMA UEI..BAPTISTOn will. be guest soloist. Rev. soloist. "''Ir.'Hn' Ed Dallance, manager of the
The Union the teachers meeting and the prayer meeting will Roosevelt Williams of Mt.
Club will-hold Its Baptist Training Tuesday .Guest teachers in the Sunday Maxwell House company will
,:. Savings opens it 5:45.: The evenlagworship be held at the usual hour with the pastor and officers in charge. Ararat has been listed as School will be Mrs. Julia be the guest speaker for the
I,I twenty-eighth anniversary at Holy Tabernacle will be observing p.m. Weekly Choir No. 2 rehearses Wednesday at 8 p.m. On Thursday at speaker for the morning Hastings Mrs. Willie J. Prim, morning. He will be presentedby
IIIII'F Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Sixth spiritual revival beginning activities lnclud,the "Prayer noon a prayer service will be held at the church. On Saturdaythe service. The male.chorus will Mrs Hu.l Howard, Mrs. L.T. Brown. The male chorus
1 i and Lee, Thursday, August 21, August 25. The theme of Faith Hour' .Tuesday at male chorus rehearses at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School begins serve. Rosalie Williams,Mrs.Dorothy .of the church will furnish mus'c.'
:at 8 p.m. will be "Proclaiming the Mean' 7 p.m. The Sunday School at 9:30: with Mrs Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smithin The Annual Homecoming ser- Wards Mrs. Catherine Hughes,' Carswtll Norton and Sidney
A prize will be given the club, ins of Scrlnlures to All. officers and Teachers Council charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Con- vice will be at 7 p.m.Combined Mrs Lioeh Prime, Mrs. Liza Dorsey are chairman and co-
with the largest number In Subjects; will be: Monday, The meets Friday at. 7 p.m. The secration takes place at 10:50 a.m. The morning worship begins choirs will serve Simmons and Mrs Inez Scott. chairman.
attendance. ,Mrs. Catherine GlOry of Man; 'Tuesday, The pastor will be in charge of the at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge. Preaching begins at
Irl. Sykes is president Hireling; Wednesday, 'A Man Bible period; Friends of other 12 noon.' BTU begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips
OLD CRABShinairulMlinkllM'Ai Who Didn't Know the Lord; churches are invited to share In charge. The evening worship begins at 6:30: p.m. Choir
.\ Thursday, The Testimony: of the study hour. No. 2 and the male chorus and Usher: Board No. 2 will serve.
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with tin- iinmi-viil \\Id l, Tin> Jesus; Friday, Religion. The church and the pastor's, anniversary will begin August Weddings Are Beautiful
u"urn"n" tin- .l"illtr- All are Invited. Apostle R.L. First Corinlh Church ,17 and will continue through August 25. The church is locatedat
in llu->i'H. I living "" alt i'r Nan>, Davis Is minister. The church 2221 Forest. Rev S.L. Badger Is pastor.
tin. ciirlv iiinli ,inpinimluivv '. is located at Ninth and PIerce '
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First Corinth, '.,.r..Baptist. Church, AU TABERNACLE youth choirs BAPTIST rehearse Wednesday afternoon at 5:30: p.m.: Complete Photo Wedding Service

J Your professional beautician '762 West DuvaL. will hold regular The teachers meeting ts at 6:45. The prayer meeting held ,
at 7:30.: The educational classes are being held at the church
, knows the answer. L. Jones services Is pastor.Sunday, ,. Rev W. every Tuesday and Thursday. Night classes begin at 7 1 p.m. "WE GIVE YOU THESE SERVICES" >

School at 9:30 All are Invited to attend. Mrs..J. Wynn and Mrs. H. Solomonare
r"I Sunday begins instructors. 1. C.P.S. COLO.i PHOTOS (SAME COLOR AS COLOR SLIPS>
a.m. Deacon J.A. Dorsey Is \ v v '
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Rev. Jones will speak at 11:19 .

Is peroxide needed to be a.m.held The at evening 3:45: with service the com-will Sunday charge School and with begins teachers each Sunday over classes.9 a.m.The with lesson Supt.Is A.reviewed Taylorin 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING ,,I"

delivered by the pastor or by an appointee. The morning worship begins

color unwanted gray hair? by munion the pastor.sermon, being at 11 a.m. with thie deacons Communion in charge is administered The pastor or each a visiting fourth i. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY*f *, *",
" pastor will speak. Holy I
First Corinth's prayer meet- Sunday at 4 p.m. Prayer services are held Tuesday nights at 5. FREE "GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" V! ,v ,
at 7:30.
I' ing Is Tuesday night
Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray All choirs "will sing in the. 7 p.m. Barbara E. Robinson is reporter and clerk. 6. PARENTS PHOTOS WITH BRIDE AND GROOM ,
I hair-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical re- communion service. ; 'r i' a

laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and/nake her, look older The church. is located at 762 FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST I. QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE' ; ,,, ; '
than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging West oMt. ,Sunday: School begins at 9:45: with Mrs Leaster Smith in charge.
effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide I The morning service begins at 11:30.: Devotions will be led 8. WE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU IN YQUR. WEDDING 1 ''v
haircoloring which) may change the natural hair color while Jax J Post ,01 by Deacon Joseph McPherson and Deacon Charles Smith .ARRANGEMENTS .> '
coloring gray. ( ,Jr A rally will follow the afternoon service. Prayer "S
Professionally-trained hairdressers know ths Importance of meeting pew Is Tuesday at 7 p.m. Ou Saturday morning, August RECEPTION PHOTO ALSO INCLUDED y, ," "
their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a Legion Will 23 the Sunday School will sponsor a trip to Talbot Island.
problem. These experts also know that Clairol created semi- Rev., H. Robinson is pastor. ."'w IMPLORE:: YO!'[0 C HECK.WITH. :( OF OUR PAST
permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. .
:.. to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They Honor Veteran Community Xmas BRiD S OR GROOMS OK PHOTO SA T F ACTIOW'
j e also find Loving Care blends back, color faded by chemical '
Ju' Post 197 of the American Poyal. Tabernacle Club In Meeling
f processing. Because of its mildness, Loving Care maintains '
healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. Legion will meet Friday at 8
Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her at p.m.8 in the. Post. House,Friday, Begins Revival) hosts Mr. and for Mrs.the Community were Bob Smith StudiO'MIu
p.m, -
she Is always wise to consult professional
hair ? Club
Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol products 'T1w '. *+ j now 'in Royal Tabernacle Baptist will Christmas Saving Minnie B. Davis recently. 1ft'Z4ZZ
,AppUeatioas Mrs. .
,'.... and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most effect, formemberships begin its revival Monday, co-hostess. Mrs. Lucinda No'tTK u oN 7683OuOFFiCEHOURS
I" ,. personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon.If arebelngaccepted. August 18. The revival will end was '
,lit you dislike gray and want no, peroxide, why not ask yourBeautician .,A special presentation August ZZ. Rev M.C. Clantoo ,Coley is secretary,lira.Mrs, Rody Nina .
Ricks treasurer
,to glamojlze<: Jr.with!. Loving Carol,,?,'b.: to a Vietnam nf the armed, :of Alabama will be the revivalist Clover chaplain Mrs., Curtis DAILY,9OO. TO 6:00 SAT'&t' SUM.. ''10:00' ,TO 3:03PM
"*. trices will Rev Lee McQueen Ispastor. V"Iff
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I 'v NET Educational Training School Pla f sF.aith In Black Student's AbilitiesNET -

\ : Trains Black Potentials For Jobs In TV And Radio Film Making Plays Important


;''a Role In Five Week Curriculum

I NEW YORK: Last summer NET and the three other national
networks introduced black-oriented programming to their
regular schedules One summer later, only NET'S Black

Journal" survives.

Concurrent with the creation who is filming a dxumentary
,. of "Black Journal," NET responded on agriculture Willis Perry
to another need of the Initially known as the Black
\ 1 black community vis-a-vis Journal .Workshop! the school
p -4) television: the training of its began its instruction in July
!1 people for JA, in the Industry. 1963 It provided training for
!' The NET Training School some 10 students during a one-
(orglnally know as the Black month: period
Journal Workshop) has In April 1969, NET was able
expanded since'hen,instructing to offer: a more ambitious program .
as many as 65 aspiring filmmakers as a result of a grant
In beginners' and advanced -
from the New York Foundation
classes. By the fall, Under the title of NET Training .
.. the schools's director, Peggy School it involved a 14-
-- Pinn to have a third
week course, with separate
Clifford Alexander, former chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission producer at NET and former executive editor of Black Journal, says, "We.,. had the studies category-for intermediate sessions two nights a week for
I said recently, "What has to happen now in corporate America Is to reach out and grab that and the Investigations but nothing really has changed. Every black man is expected to startin students beginners and advanced
black talent, grab the talent that isn't talented yet and train It." The scenes above are Indicative television as another Fred Friendly I call that racism The job, a monumental one stud>nts. Since the conclusionof
of what NET and Black Journal are trying to do. Training esentlal Lou Potter, a In the past is to break color this session a special intensified .
.... barriers with well-defined
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? five-ffesk course has

CIVIL RIGHTS FAMU Promotes, And AppointsIn frustrations skills "0* "course says Mrs there Pinn are been vanced Introduced students--again for the througha ad-

"Right at the beginning we
from the New York
ROUNDUPBY I to wed:! out so many applicants
Foundation with additional sup
have to iteHesomany
--we say
who could benefit by the train- port from Eastman KodakCompan -
NECTO PfESS: INf':NATIONALCUT { | ing and The S&H Foundation,

SHOaT I "Then comps the harder Job- Inc

NEW ORLEANS-NPi-A white suspect, found to be carrying really equipping oar studentsso Fla. s First
and similar they can go right to work
membership cards in the American Najf party
anU-Black and anti-Jewish organization. has been arrested 1111 as assistant cameraman, Muscular Dystrophy
connection with the murder'of William Dabney a Negro shot soundmen or editors
and killed wale! he was using a phone booth in Westwego In an intensified! five-week:
just across the river from the Crecent City The suspect, session beginning Augus 5, Camp Ready
Norman Bryant: EAgaa: is alleged to have said that Dabneywas students in the advanced group ,
using the phone too long and he wanted him to hurry up will have opportunities to make The Muscular 1 Dystrophy
and finish v longer films. They will also Association issponso:inja
receive in-depth instruction in Florida Summer Camp for
FREE: DIVORCE cinematography! siund recording children so afflicted and with
PHILADELPHIA-NPr-A) proposal that poor couples be given ,' and editing froai professionals related disorders at OLeno:
free divorce service was math by Atty. Ben Lavin 01 the f. in these film -rafts State Park near High Springs
Comnuniry legal Service last week. Levin said many poor They will learn how.-and whento beginning; Sunday August 10.

people are unable to obtain dlvoces because they cannot the interest of mure effective educational and administrative and fiscal affairs Dr. Finley holds three degrees, including use a hand-held cameraor More' than 200 campers: will
court costs thus leading them to establish new relationships processes the Florida Board of a tripod how to mo;,cb negative -
pay Regents approved the the Doctorate, from the University Indiana. Dr. Maylon attend from I' of
not because they are immoral but because moralityIs promotions and appointments of several and make a fine cut. And,
-- faculty members C. Rhaney, right, former dean of academic affairs,is now vice Florida.
beyond their financial means" at FAMU. Oa the left Is Frank C. Olds, former director by mid-September, they should:. They will be housed in com-
of Morris Brown and has completedM.B.A.. requirementsat president for academic affairs He has"held prominent posi- be ready to achieve the goal forable cabins a short distance
CIVILIAN BOARD Atlanta U. Hllmon S. Sorey Jr., second from the left, a tions Dlllard at FAMU He was graduated Sumraa Cum Laude from set by the school. from a dining hall and from
and received
DE'rRO;T-NPI--Local( )) Black leaders are pushing for a native of Florida, is now assistant director of Cleveland Dr. Ira from the University of Some of them have already recreation facilities and will
Michigan C.
civilian police trial,board which would have more power than Metropolitan General Hospital at Tallahassee He Is 1957 Robinson not shown is the new dean gained experience: in tele- indjlga in and sports
a of the school of and games ;
an alumn. Dr:: Robinson
similar boards proposed In other cities The board would graduate of the was production.
school. In 196S he was administrator of the the first Black to receive Each camper will be assigned .
a Doctorate
consist of 13 elected memt!.ers, one from each police: precinct, Hospital Mr Sorey has received a Master's degree from the of Florida In the field of from the University Holmes was recently a crew a healthy teenage companion to
C pharmacy. Dr Robert W. Is member for Jak Willis
Long of NET
and would have full disciplinary powers in all cases of University of Chlcago'sSchoolof ,
D\Henry E. Finley, now director of the division of industrial act as hU personal attendant.
technology, a new
civilian complaints against Individ ul policemen second from the right, former head of the Department of unit. This is the first summer
Economics, is now vice president for administrative. and Veterans camp for Florida Herbert L.
MIXING D5ALLOW&D: Marsb! Is District Director
NEW ORLU - university reported last week being attacked by three men and "III' .,.i ul."ur Sun r.nil:min .. $3,000; Disappear From Pythians Meet Gainesville The local officeis
badly beaten while walking with a female companion: His u'l'j'III'rv; I In, i nl/lli In- M'"I Iainrr Administration, at 52 West Bay Station
attackers were Negroes, and his companion was a white female tin h I ;' il\\III!ll' 1'1 I .i\li"I .. Chiogo Pcnlfiei Safe
I Ii"I" Birmingham
SERVICE R&USAUCOLUMBIA A--.How may semester! hours St. Augustine's
: S.NPI--Twj restaurants in the Carolinasare R SAVE: THE; CAN days CHICAGO resulted A ChicagocPo;: l3.n-Pna iery'"run-in! Several VS' are reiured: for full time training -
azo { I ,45th
subjects o''a suit brought by the federal government on intheshrdottngo.tvepolkemenanthein-( Confab in graduate school?
charges they, refused to serve Black patrons The suits are I pDO 1/7 .AND KEEP .t luring of three i %.Srm. Q accredited graduate ,James B.. Bryant

against Holley's Gi'111, Kershaw coun'y In South Carolina, and l/ttM tight AMERICAMM The incident occurred when' just before'diwu. 1 BIRMINGHAM, Ala-NP1)( ) course will be considered full
I Johnson's Bar and Coffee shop Dunn N.C" BEAUTIFUL police shot their way into a Both groups denied i starting Four major, attractions will tim when. 14 semester boors< :or
Black Panther setup recently'! the shooting...The three Blacks highlight the 45th biennial ses- the i valent are take;j unless ft Gets Top Office
were charged wth; attempted sion of the Supreme Lodge of Is the established policy of the
; "Super.RightWestern. Reel. Special 'murder after a battle of 30 Knights of! Pythias and Orderof school to consider less then 1C Principal James B Bryant,
minutes. Some 300 bystanders Calanthe set for Au J. 17-20 hours or the equivalent as full ab'-vj.St. Ajgustinlan! .aad held
hurried to the sceie The neighborhood in the Tutwller hotel time earollmrnt Aschool official ox the Bryant Academy of Yulea,
Is predominantly Three of the events will occur must so certify Fla., has recently been named
I CHUCK ROAST BSCl Black Sunday, Aug. 17. The first will Q.. I have a ,G I. loan my home by tie Nassau County of Public
\\\ lb. The injured policemen claim be memorial services at the I want to barrow mom l on m./ Instruction as Director o!
( A \ somebody shot at them from hotel, with the sermon being equity in the horn for mj child Special Services. Mr. Bryant
l }HIll the second story of the Panther delivered by the Rev A.E ren's college education Is his served for nearly 20 years
; headqurters More than 30 Hudson of North Carolina It necessary to ob aln approval as principal and is a community!
cars were dispatched to the supreme prelate. This will be of the Veterans Administration worker in the :county.! He has
I' scene followed by a gigantic Pytolan- for this pjrpos studied at Florida Norms',
a A 'O After the invasion plan was Calanthe parade' ANo Howuvw, a C.I. loan Florida A&M and has done post:
r. completed the patrolmen shot Closing I the day's events will cannot be obtained for this graduate work at Indiana Unl-
their way in with shotguns. Ona purpose Verstv! Vr Oman t a 1*>%...FIIA.i
be the featured address at a '' ''
officer was: shot! in the hands public meeting in the hotel by Q--My brother received an honorable as a deacon o!the Zion; Baptist t
when, on a.WS. <1er. he ws Dr Elizabeth Duncan Koontz, discharge from:is Korean Church, He was recently
IF UNABLE TO trying fo eater a second- to-y director, Women's Bureau,U.s. Conflict service He later hmor..d b/ citizens at a.i ela-
OBTAIN ANYADVERTISED window On the porch the policemen : Department of Labor. She will received a bad conduct discharge borate affair. County Superin-
found three mer, all unarmed be introduced by Dr. J. King from Ms Post-Korean) tendent Revels spoke In glo,-
ITEM, Chandler HI, President Daniel' service. Does this bar him ing t terms of the edjcator's
L Police confiscated, on the second Payne college from ill veteran benefits work Many other comm wily
PLEASE REQUEST A'I' floor, party literature 5 The next day, Sir BenjaminL .A- -No. Benefit entitlement leaders participated Seated it
RAIN CHECK! handguns one shotgun and a Hooks, vice-supreme chancellor earned during your brother's hon- the honorea's: tables were his
e bayonet. Fire, caused by a Memphis! will deliverthe orable wartime service Is moO wife. M"'s. J.B. Bryant teacher
Prices i in this ad areIGOd' 0 a P e ricocheting bullet caused banquet speech In a nnrn- disturbed 'uy his subsequent in the St. John's County School
damage amounting to $700 Ing session'at the Tutwller He Post-Korean service provided System his daughter: Mrs.
through Saturday, 4 Willie Calvin Panther defense will be Introduced; by Sir R. A. there was a break between the Brenda W1s.n. a teacher in
captain, claimed that damage Hester,,.. Dallas, Dallas, two service periods. As for as the Palm Beach School System
August 16 1969 had bean done and that $3,000 supreme chancellor. the bid Conluct: d sf char ge Is now M a sabb.1ticalleave, sons:
in cash! was missing For I the first nreting of the concerned, the Veteran admlnlstra'ion -- Michael and Harold and other
laundry Detergent In another arel of Panther supreme lodge In Birminghamand will determine members of the ramt'.y. 13 wall
(ILimit' $ Order
; / All flnors Hi C !
activity plans have been made the,South, the conventionIs after a review of the facts as outstanlug local citizens
6 0 for the return of Black Panther expected to attract whether the discharge ns under Principal Bryant received
: ; same:
CHEER II U:! 590 DRINKS 3 890 Leader Eldrldge Cleaver before 2,000 delegates and visitors. conditions which Wauldpre plaques, gifts and many congratulate ; -
I Cans the year is oat. A California Host grand chancellor. Is Dr. chide benefit entitlement :3 nun-age.
spokesman said Cleaver's return T.Mitchell. r -
c. would be imminent if "he
Ann Page Reg, Special A8P fioien Concentrated f Pk could have his day In court" \\V[ i f til DEALS OTHERS REFUSE

_PUDDINGS P '.'10C ORANGE JUICE [6'e I 99C He:..'Cleaver's u Is;ivlcted willinj book. to('Soul go to,Ou prison Ice," Mississippi*,," NI/W..itin&-Credit Approved on Spot!

a best seller has been GGPONTIACBONNEVILLE 1395
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JANE PARKER read,' or "

Both) Mr and Mrs. Cleaver' NAACP Head I," CHEVElIE. MAllBU .. .... ... .. ,... .57/0
LEMON I were at the Pan Africa FestivalIn I '" '.' ''.,.,., .t, i t '. .. :.
Algiers on July 21. Mrs 69 DAMBUR SST
C Cleaver is expecting Blasts Bias' rn. .1'1' -; ,i ,.. t .. : -. .
e S PIE Cleaver has forfeited his I '>rt'

$50,000 ball. He lived in Cuba '68'''CHEVY. ..II.. NOVA.r',..!tr' .... .,...........,..\0\... .. ........,'. $1775

e 1 for charges a period of assault of time.and He in'ent faces NEW; ORLEANSNPIDr 6aPONTIACCATALINA: N.rlcrr'fiaTY-ar,1I! .... ......... ......... ...*.?..... JJm_ ,
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11 .01, 39c to com ilIa murder during a Aaron Henry member of Sen. ;.nVA49is[ TC'YaMAV',. 1.1 ''? i
SileI police Panther battle McGovern's subcommittee 01 65 BUICK .
on Aprilof ; RIVIERA $1795
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1968 malnutrition and and
in Oakland I '
hunger (/ "!'or.'ttl\ ::.C'PANs'a; *
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I president of the Mississippi S'Ai1. .A'.tcNDIn-, ,' ,

I ABP. BRAND NAACP ionterenf, reported 68 CHEVElaE' MALIBU .............,. .?..,:..:... 51793'Abr''nncw.o.tcrct'erseUraHURPT
I. Levy County Board having been refused serviceat ,
I APPLE'r the Topaz Lounge, across V 67'AUIOMAi CHEVROLET" .r.HPCnEolLron.eeco STAWAGON: ...',..?.-.?'t?.'.0f4...Oh".. non..

r a" the street ( ora the Roosevelt 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA 5PT.CPE ;:; ....?. 1995
Resists HEW Plan hotel last week v.AUMMAiICAHPO.-ves1LL'INo.AIRCONolc" .

SAUCE The incident occurred during 68 CHEVROLET. IMPALA SPT., COUPI... ."........Un
the annual convention 'of Vl Ii" AUlOMATCfOWtlS< ; :t I+5. ,
BRONSON.; The, Levy County Frontiers International. Service ."Or 67 VW (CARMAN CHI*..........>?....??-.......(...,..S)14?5
6l\{:: School to the Board will say "NoM in the hotel was closed 69 PLYMOUTH FURY. III .......................... ..:'.i:. $2'95'
i s 1.00 and demands Welfare of Health.: Education .- of for the'the'hotel night Dr.and Aaron as a guest wentacross'the f'IO"yWMAD:; : w.VtM.'Jr" '*" '* '"*'' 5::tr.'' {1': '''.',1"\!f" ,

The HEW 67fOROCAUXIf500..,,..... ........
_, i will not accept the street for service A.'CONO..-.brri t'[ HR.EVANSrr.'W< '''' .' 'i*im ,
part of the plan whlchprovldes,, He sit la'the lounge awaiting < :
:: FRESH_ FREESTONE f .. SPECIALI.! FRESH WHITE SEEDLESSPEACHES [[ f all-white faculties at the Cedar police; ,who reportedly were ; ;''' .
Key and Yankeetown schools ,called .but, failed to appear. ;'.
,Board mewl'.ers offer the excuse The Human,' Relations commission : .
150 GRAPES that school .'3r ;;I. W ...
lBi 290; opens in too short : ; said It would make a
L.. .a.flints for.any r arrangemcDf.'Io. ..' formal; I,complaint, ,, ," Ele31 OPtFI ;;; / Ilal mr'f ,, ",

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Official Bartender Guide.also ,
preen \allej Washington! State ore In your markets now
SWIFT PREMIUM' f recommends, Inserting: aglass for and
Their texture and flavor are Ideal cooking being! !grown
stirring: rod and pouring
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; CHUCK ROAST 69* ,_ ;rot each Pour Ingredient Jri the order down liven the In rod the ''Speedv Fresh Vegetable Soup1 is Just the ticket with your
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I' SWIFT PREMIUM Avocado tci cream? Don't bt surprised While the Idea Cordials'are used for fine sPFFW FRrMI \tf.H\BLK MHP
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FIO' nQ. Chock STEAK LB. 79* known this secret for year The avocado hat such a delicaterich ping There is a wide varietyof 3 large \\anlilnicton U pound green beans
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Fryers (Whole) ".,33* 46 cup water V,cup rum (\licorice: flavor), and triple sec Peel and slice :potatoes. carrots. onion celen Add to oil and
: W cup milk 3 cups heavy cream, which liS, generic name for a crushed gallic\ In heavy kettle. Cook 10 minutes stlirlng Cut
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ROYAL "pop" and freeze solid To '
obtain a special set of four flexible lARGE EGGS
plastic rOZplpop mold .
Fryers Whiting RICE 5 IB. BAG 59t .J>wi<.unusual' reusable plastic .,
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to. salad green, yj

LB 79CBacon98C, Hot Glnget DressingS :

tablespoons dark corn syrup Wesson Oil. 24 0Z. 450 "
1 tablespoons corn oil DTL..
FIRST CUTPork 1 tablespoon corn starch

J/, teaspoon ginger jIUNTS TOMATO .

Chops II: 490 SHDRTOIimiTOU. i/a I,chicken teaspoon teaspoon>bouillon'pepper grated. ':onioni cube Catsup. 20-oxbfL. 330 $r

1 cup water

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Refrigerators / ''iil\-iiiiuti' >' '' In by J. (' IVnuoy's!
miflnf /['' \
6 a r't With Super Finished Panels'When TO COLORS..NOW! hrixltfvi/ / /' \'II'/I'V //Ar unary iiiitl Homo t'conomists! JJ
t q,6k yilltwit',\.: 1'1/1"111. cl''I'O
towels have
Terry come
to wax, shellac or varnish I'lini newmirnw' <>/lv li> ml ulliii-
the baby food hits the never such in
rhfrlklrrl, !hr, foniH'ilv' foigfiitiiulnw
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v />'\/ hi hutlioiitmrcr,print miily-nuiilt'/ / draperies All C'\I.'I'I.II.1' 11'/,'" it'i friiim'il
too lute to worry about clean to change; the panel's color andaffect J"\SI'lltp In a ilaztfinx Male<>/ i/'u'i/v tutor, tin', ihcr- \\-illi; / ii 'ixif ?/paint; ttiiil/ liuniuiii''a garments And their place in
and slain-free walls. the color tone and 1 grain l>liii Jraperbri; full granulh'rum/ / c/\'CII'II/I'I' awful tie- kith; iht, drdpcrit's. established the bathroom is decorator firmly
That worry should have been fidelity. borAs And tin' 11I'1III/fll/p'II'; / mill otur/ of the tlmpciU'ialways as a
to be chosen forbeauty
calmed long before the housewarming Abrasive cleaners should stay. S pring-uuu' frt\li! "lifetime they're n/w/.v liamlwuliuhlf accessory is well as
-buck when the decision never be used on wall paneling / fur ' on wall coverings was made even to remove burdened gum or sI
r ,L :I Current fashion trends in
With u wise choice, today's grease in Liuhcn Areas for a ,
towels special emphasis
homemaker cnn be assured of tough-looking cleaning job, odda I en elegant put jacqatard weaves,
worry-free wall care, according solution of any good household t I tr splashy florals, stripes and
to Abitibi Corporation,manufacturer detergent to the wash k Designer patterns, and newestof
of pre-fnished wail panel. water. all. luxurious sheared
Ing. For nail holes or deep gouges towels with the look and feel''

D. Among the best minimum ef on the panel's surface, rub the n of velvet. As in anything
however, you pay for the
marred gently with a putty
fort wall coverings available today
,.;; extras.. Best buys are basic
Is the of decorative stick. Putty sticks are Inexpensive
group one-color terry towels, and
and come in a wide variety yr
vinyl- und plustic-couted panels plain or jacquard ones are
of hardbourd and plywood. The of wood tones more durable than printed
easy-care coaling protects wood. For information about the towels at the same price
t' Y grained /finishes that run the wide variety of vinyl. and plaStic ; Whep selecting towels,
,w1rN decorative gamut from walnutto -coated panels from Abitibi: t whether patterned or plain
Today's homemakers planning for the future ire buying /fiesta red. They are designedto write to Abitibi Corporation, check for closeness of weave
refrlgerslor-freezers they tan't outgrow. resist the icon, mars stain, 1400 North Woodward Avenue. weight, softness and length of

and smudges that signal the Birmingham Michigan 48011 .pile,
A :21-rubii-fuot refrigerator-freezer for a young family just
.starting out? Yei! death of less durable! wall vovei- ---- -
Only a few years ago the answer would have been no-'-lu8Prffrigt'ratllR
that size didn't exist and even if they had they ings.To retain the like-new look of
would have been considered a necessity only for large familiei. >TR
Most young homemakers couldn't have afforded one and warm wood grained luxury
wouldn't have wanted it. made possible by these panels
But todav'it young( families have more money (loll and loin Abitibi Corporation offers these
of Wi\' -s are "workmit "i\.t'M"), They want appliance "with capacity dcaninlnllructions.
their, family' wont outgrow, with up-to-the-minute feature cloy
and ntvle, and with increased freezer space to accommodate con Wall paneling should be
venience i bode make-ahead party foods, and meats.Hotpomt's cleaned every six months usu. 5
21.3-cuhic-foot aidt'.bY'8idt' model has a freezer ally in the spring and full along *
capacity of up to 235 pound of frozen foods, and neither the with the regular top-to-bottom '
freezer nor the refrigerator section ever needs defrosting.
k The freezer has five full-width shelves, five door shelves, auiceCan house cleaning
dispenser and a slide-out freezer basket for bulky! i1 f
items. And there an automatic ice maker that produces .nearly i\ t. _
five pounds of ice per dav and stores it until needed.In 7
the refrigerator: there's' a deep door shelf' that will hold Ai 6
half-gallon milk containers i and tall soda bottles, a convertiblemeat
conditioner with normal temperature settings for produce
and "colder" cool for meat two egg racks, adjustable shelves,
and twin slide-out crispers.. SAVEgr'y
And. best of all. the Hotpnint side-by-side is only 33 inches ,
wide--compact enough even for the small apartment kitchenof '
a young homemaker Twetq.
I ..

Double-Oven Range

Cleans Itself From Top To Bottom quick I It ill ,I wipe taken with to s remove dampened moat cloth dirt
and vinyl-coittd'marks i from prtflmthtd leaven hirdbotfd croup of Is The Place To Start!

1- sod plywooii are dttigfwd pan lt to The milt super dirt finIthti I -,
ti scan and tcrilchtt, aceordifli. to
ADitibl Corporation, manufacturer QMMIIV WIN .MP**+Mcw Ooed All WNI k.Thumb Itou Wed.dry,Aqua 14..10W
of' priflniihtd hardboard and ply. 0 araN InN,1N1/ aNnnNr INa
wood paneling products. (1".51) oo sTOaESSUNNYLAND

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a ;re"It'.II e 11 mild soap and luke, Tend4a'
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available ut most hard. J
: Soup t t
.ware stores In extremely. effec' av 59
tive. The solution can be ap.
pls''J 1 to the panel with a clean $

rag or sponge Because the
panels will not streak the wash
ing can go from side to side, up p U -.NwO.uM"CNOKr CHUCK SHANK

and down, or circles. After the iuiii i ow ROA ta.J19 HALF or LB.WHOLE .
.. .
ass'11 L ? wall is washed it should be .e.
wiped dry with a clean cloth.
Abilibi.. who guarantees the
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life of its panels for the life of PORK CHOPS 79< SHLD. STEAK 99* GR. BEEF. 3 $1.79
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do remove chewing cum from
It take Just seconds to set the control* of this Hotpolnt range el seat of my sons jeans
t so It will clean the oven automatically. GOOEY.
DEAR GOOEY: Rub stained
In this age of the second car/ filled with brownies, chocolate area with Ice. Remove excess Iour5a4.COi
second TV set and second cakes and cookies. gum with a dull knife. Sponge
home it's not surprising, that Hotpoint the oldest name In with a household dry cleaning !
double-oven ranges have become electric cooking, offers a varietyof fluid and launder. lIN1 l8,
Increasingly popular. double-oven ranges at prices DEAR MRS. WHITE: I love CAN
With two ovens .- to fit almost any gardening but the kneel of my
I maker can face holuth panicthe with the popular self- slacks get grass and garden 'S :: rUTSL Cof feet,49'
prospect of preparing a cleaning oven feature. foliage stains. How do I remove
holiday banquet for the rela Hot point's deluxe Hallmark them? GARDEN NUT. 4baw.t.u.a c nr/Nd..l a.aa kana l Gn Of aw z1 efts N npn pwdnN&bA C NNrMw.a
I' lives While a turkey or duck RHV786 range has a self-clean DEAR GARDEN NUT: Brush .,.pl W aNe..Aw.4N NSHORTENING/
S is roasting away in one oven ing master oven in which the heavy duty liquid ,
pies potatoes and casseroles panels and racks from the eye- laundry detergent 49t '+a La.a NO AVOW WNnlleeNOA IAIMOOa
can be baking in the other. level oven can be placed for Into the TOOTHPASTE 58* TISSUE
J' '"" e..5/$1
Two ovens also come in simultaneous cleaning. Drip- stains. Let standapproximately .eI".w..H.. :./ ? *
handy when there's a weekend pans from the surface units also i +* **** l4k.UN'WHHMH' M
chef in the house who likes to can be cleaned in the lower 20 mlnute.laun. SHORTENING... ... 5 GARBAGE CANS $1.99 BUTTER 69 sDETERGENT..49'
practice his culinary hobby. oven at the same time. der IB hot water .a a .. .
= And. with teenagers around. a And the cost of cleaning the adding fcup |
second oven is almost a necessity range from top to bottom II detergent._ % DRINKS..5/$1.. ....
worthof .
to take care of those last- just about seven cents cup of a liquid super cleaner
minute pizza snacks and to electricity, plus a few seconds and \'2 cup NON-chlorine
keep :the inevitable sweet tooths < of the homemakeR time. bleach.

DEAR MRS. WHITE: Have urolt SWlfiT
mud stains that i won't come '& JUICY
out. There ii a lot of clay in ORANGE & ""A GEORGIA RED
the area. Could this be my.


have iron rich clay. Stains of T .>G
N MVRTI.E AVE this'typei I must be treated like CANS A'Peache!!
rust. Use very hot waterrep A' .
SHRIMPSPECIAL CFrsh detergent, 1 cup of WON- llg.e..aeeaaeNNalu

Mod Small............ lb. chlorine Bleach, and Vt cup
Miracle White Super Cleaner. .
Whiling ............. ,.N, A flDNmlysNs''eN.I.N.N < Agitate for 5 minutes.. Resume and let NNlelilies? WlttllN VIM KM WMtO CANI*
: soak for 'A hour
( B. milling '/ cup super MEATJPIES....6/l. LOUPES..... 3/$1.
cleaner for final r nse. '

KIY WEST Ytllow Tall Snapptr 95< is DEAR a tip you MRS.should WHITE past: on Here to., IWY LIMAS 5l..MilWini ':GRAPES.. ... .... 29'U

ExtrG Fanq .....N.... .......... .. .........LB. your render*:; To keep tennis, .Mi l tHlllllnlw/ .l.i wl..IN 3 .(.IM.I tUUIt tMUWPOTATOES
shoes clean Jongcrl and much, TOPPING 2/l. 10 :: *9(
easier to wasli, just spray .. ,.. .

.......... ..... LB. 45 them with one of the new spray ,

CROAKERS ....................................N......N LB. SS' your DEAR tip TIPSTER and find :it Tested works I t (Irf EXTRA t fTMN I n, cnlN fuASn I d[ C IIN STAMfSt H.w' I 1N WIIN sTAMn. I dW cMIN. sUMn W+4v/ WIvI

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ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND,,, CRIES Bahamian Youngster Another Peltier Education Roundup

CITY, Mo.-(NP1)--A) survey conducted by the
II teltbooks IIS
:< 1 tyron ? MissourI Commission on HlIDIaD Rigbts Into
NASSAU, Bahama-NPD--F6r 13- earld schools within the state disclosed
:i Utt has changed! completely within the space of two weeks Junior and senior high materials used "p" the Impression -
From a summertime Job u a bread boy 14 the( dining room of Chat many of the InstructioltlJ few black blemishes!' The
world a
:' ib e Paradise Island hotel and villas, be has become a member of a white or Minorities t A Sa'fey fl Textbooks .

), lot the, film colony--an actor with a speaking and swimming survey Used entitled "The Study Schools; found that only seven,
Missouri High
[part. He is cut In the role of Jason In the film "Deep Water 10 fair and Inclusive In the ;
Gold currently being screened: by Metromedia Producers 01 50 textbookS were adequate
less than ;
12 were
''Corporation for ABC-TV's "Movie of the Week" showing this treatment II racial quesUOIIIi;

fall. and 31, Inadequate.

HOMO COMPOSER and plumbing are two
HAMPTON, Va.-NPI--The) musie ai works of Internationally NASSAU Bahamas-NPi"Masonry) bypassed
it Nassau Technical centre which are being
known Black composer Nathaniel Dettwerefeatured attractions courses In order to
to college officials.
of the Hampton Institute's summed orchestra and chorus last by Nassau youths, according courses
for the ,
of students
week In Ogden Hall. D:. Dett was formerly'an Instructor In obtain the necessary number from the Put Island.
recruit students
Hampton's music department, and then director of the schoolof I1 I the school has had to of masonryand
r # for the local boys'
No was given
music lie organized Hampton's famous. Musical Arts v r
4 plumbing.
society. r'-I .


lio.YWOOD-NPI-.spain) lsvstill the locale for the next v NEW ORLEANS-NPl-Forty three school districts throughout -
film venture of ex-Cleveland Browns pro grldder Jim Brown. the state are running down to the wire on submitting

He will be in a starrlngrole.with Lee Van Cleat in the National new plans for racial Integration in schools Only two parishes

General Production's new action-adventure, "El Condor have already had their plans approved by the federal courts.
; They are Rapldes! and Calcissleu

DETKO.T-NPI--) the Rev. C.L. Franklin's clash with ONE WAY HIT

police over alleged dope running was still In the news, his CHARLOTTE, N.C/-NPI-.The local Black Solidarity committee
daughter popular singer Aretha Franklin had a tift withy has worked up a stiff opposition to northern-type school
police on a traffic charge The singer's reportedly rammed I u desegregation methods that are to be Implemented this fall.
into a parked vehicle, and she was subsequently arrested I Charlotte adopted a plan used in Buffalo and Syracuse (New
using "profane language and refusing to cooperate in the York) areas in which Black schools would be shuttered and
investigation of the accident." their students "bussed" to white schools. The CBSC is against
the plan because busing is a oneway proposition-no whites

PROMISING STAR S, tae p. f tr' would be bussed to Black schools.
CHiCAGO"{NPI--The new Columbia Pictures film "Castle
Keep" numbers among its headllners' Al Freeman Jr., a AFRICAN TEICHERNAR03KNPI
Sidney Poltler protege, who portrays a writer-soldier in the )- Miss Marguerite L.CarlO'a,an instructional
film set in Belgium during World War II. Touted as one of materials media coordinator at Williams School,Gary,Ind,has
screendom's fastest-rising young stars, Freeman has a strong arrived in Kenya to serve as a member of the National Ed icatlon

part in this, his latest film venture. Association O erscas Teachers corps, which is conducting
an educational assistance program In Kenya. She is part of a
team of five educators who staff a special workshop for
Religion And Nerds elementary school supervisors.WOULD .

,,w. Rwrw-. ,ta, TAKE OVER

EVAN3TO.J, ffl.-NPI--A) proposal that Blacks in this stfnir.

TWO NSW MEMBERS ban community from a "new nomination body," called tin
District 65 Rounlable to sleet:: school board members, has
NA3HBILLENPI.P.oJect Equality, the nationwide Inter
The is alternativelothe all-white Evanston
faith effort to harness the buying power of churches behind cropped up. plan an
Elementary SchoolDlstrlct 65 nomination caucus watch nornu lly
equality of opportuilty In hiring, gained twj new members last
screens candldites and eventually endorses a slate and would
week, both of whom are part o! the United Methodist denomination ,
involve "Black people in the operations; ,development and control
Te General Board of Christian Social Concerns join-
ed of the school system., to meet the challenge of raism*
the Baltimore P E chapter; and the Methodist Publishing
House aligned itself with: the Tennessee chapter.

MOVE FORWARD : -4 : ACTING WEST POINT HEAD, Ms-NPO--Nnw-! ( ) president of the

JOHANNESBUR&-NP S United Presbyterian Church in the S.-relateJ Mary Holmes
project to find "a practical and
has been its vice John William Walton
college president, a
morally acceptable! alternative to South Africa's official policy
and firmer Instructor atDillard Walton
graduate -lolver.lty.
of apartheid, or sspartate racial develop-nrnt has been ,
w who is also director of the M&ry Holmes section fo the 13-nm
launched by the South African Council o! Churhes and the interdenominational __
Christian Institute of Soa'Ji Africa. The _I'. r' r"' __... Black college turn Iculum program--designed to help studentsovercomr '

two-year study num'ers among Its members Dr. S. B, Ngoo- YOUTHFUL BAHAMIAN Tyrone Stuart,13,rehearses his lines Dullea on one of the location set-ups in Nassau. Lower left, poor edu'atlonal, backgrounds tilling in toe,,
bo, the first Black African to receive a doctorate: In economic; with producer-director Alan Landsburg, at upper left, for his Landsburg puts Tyrone through his paces at Clifton Pier, vacancy caused in the resignation of Dr. Donoven E. Smucker.

M T. Mjerane, editor of the Black newspaper' World, ) ; an4 role In "Deep Water Gold. The ABC-TV"Movie of the Week" on New Providence Island. Lower right, SCUBA instructor APPOINTMENTS
Alan! Paton, author and leader of the Proscibed Liberal feature, being produced by Metromedia Producers Corpora Noah Meeks shows Tyrone the proper way to handle diving
party. tim, will be aired early In the 1969-70 season At upper equipment for a scene off Paradise Beach. NA3VD.UNPJ--While Dr. Jerome H. Bollard, president,
right, Tyrone studies lines with veteran performer Icier Hampton! Institute,*was appointed to a five-year term on the
-- board of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Dr. Samuel

Borg Warner Proctor, former Peace Corps associate: director, and pest
Old'Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans .PaiNfvl American Region. dent,, Virginia:! : ,\\Two.1l11l1veJ'sity" was inducted into, m!m'cr*
ship on the board of trustees! of Meharry Medical college.
,II ;M y'y'l :', If(' t'1' '11' f"I"f.. AII > Company Promotes' :.' lU !Boys ChoseuJJ j I The,atfhor of'!Tlle Young Hello in America'!, Is in ordained

:S-' 'rN 9'Rj ,; / Ailment Can Baptist minister and also. served \asprei Beat ol North Carolina
Black ManCHICAGO Air college
\? '" f' ;; Black President

le Located - rta k Hegwood, 33-year-old native of
x A R ITA ,N.J.:,_( Pl--A GuJirle- Okla, and currently a American Legion Boys Nation In Joining Regards
Chicago resident has been -
al blood disorder that has posed a has elected its second Black
t S
'rear to the position of assistant -
: threat to the health of about president. Statistics have attempted to to 11 per cent in 10 years. Men
2,000,000() () Blacks In the United controller at BorgWarner He Is Gregory Gray, 16, of show that the Black woman is went ahead from 6 to 9 percent
States can be dagnosed now corporation.A Gary, the Federalist party can moving up as a wage earner .
fp3 P without difficulty In a routine 1964 graduate of Northwestern didate. Gray defeated Clinton economically and Is even out On the other hand Black women

manner, university, with a major In B. Smith, 17, of Montgomery, distancing: the Black man.How- fell from 34 per cent in house-
iSlclke hemoglobin is an Inherited accounting, he Joined the trim Ala., the Nationalist party can- ever, a noted analyst suggest holds to 20 per cen'. Earningsof
non-contagious, disorder in 1964 as au accountant was didate, 5347.' being wary of statistics. Black waaen around the
named of the accounting -
s' that may stay"sllen": 'for department manager in March, 1968 ._ V## The figures show that since year went from 59 per,cent to
Then suddenly it 1960 Black women have 73 the of
years IECJF crOW..IiD per cent of earnings
rA .t1e He has since been in charge of
cause painful complications and both the accounting and financing A Little Bit Does ItA number in white collar white women.

might brim; on death.Diagnosishas sections. blue hit i, can Jo u lot when clerical and sales jobs in large There are more Jobless Black
bee. difficult and costly! In ;, towns, from 13 to 23 per cent. women than white, in porpor-
the milmal with
Married and the father of two reworking
: the past. Detection:: has been On the other hand the Black tion.. The average salary of the
girls, he also studied electronic j is u tin)l-dJ:, decorative hard-.
extremity difficult Some cases man has remained: at a lower Black ghetto Is '15.
data processing at Roosevelt hoard pnd'ith; the look off
i 12
have not t been treated. per cent. Black women in
university and attended De ibrn and the dirt .
resist IIKC
: According to the NPi, then, professional jobs rose from 8
'. Paul university\ of vim I.
physicians are recomnrndlng
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that the test becoma part of

general examinations: given to

all Negroes entering hospitals, .
?" 14.r military service, school
in a ",;,1 athletics and Jobs that may demand -

Dr. Daniel Hale'Williams (1858.1931) It: is exertion sad: ) that the millions, CLAUDE NOLAN INC.

who possums the ,"trait" have
Inherited the problem gen from
one parent. The approximately;

He performed the first cell 30,000 anem.'a actively have suffering:inherited sickle these

i, gene from\ both pa-ents. ,The
disease Is chronically piin'ul fSOUT
successful heart
operation. and saps the strength and jftea' CLOSI
proves fatal before victims caa

f' On a cold, windy night in 1893, a' gether: enough money for an education, reach ad ilthood. .
man was rushed to Chicago's Provident Dan put himself through a local acad At the moment, there is no' '- -
,I Hospital with a knife wound a fraction actual cure., Symptoms: how,: :

of an inch from his heart. emy.From Wisconsin he went to Chicago! ever, can be diagnosed.tathrej A"Ne-4

On duty was the hospital's ,young and with the help of a prominent family,. lOin tel, by testing; fingertip* 9G9 PONTIACS '
founder, Or. Dan Williams. Instead ,of Dan Williams entered Northwestern blood, the eummer'mlgbt: be ,
administering the usual sedatives and Medical School. He graduated in 1883 able to speak authoritatively.The .

prayers, Dr Williams summoned six of and opened an office on Chicago's genetic mutation re-
his colleagues to help him make history.It Southside. .' soonsib'e/for! sickle cells NOW IN STOCK-

was a long shot. X-rays, sulphur In 1891, Williams founded the Provi occurred centuries ago in

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I Fighting Whiz -Kids Streak Back Into First Place In Reed Men's, League I

:Sports ParadeBY Scientist Will Campaigning Far Fitness -. longworth Leading League


PROSPECT NEGkO PRESS NfEaNATlQNAL: Study Moon # I y? -:. > ...1 I{ With 90 Points At 22.2The I

PRO ,'I'! Fighting Wall Kids butted back into first place la tins .
HAMPTON Ya.-NP[)--Big things come In little packages. Rocks AfterQuaraNtire Senior Men's Summer'' Basketball League at Read Cetner last
and that applies to Burlelgh Savage, 5-foot 8-inch, 165 pound week.

first basemen on Hampton Institute' baseball team. The Tyrone Brown and Glr ,
smaUest first basemen, In the CIAA, Savage U listed as No. Paced by Osborn Longworth, Weckley with 21 and 11 points: '
44 .ta hitting, with a batting average of 415. Be bit safely of Texas Southern University Stand In glare:First,; Whlt-
22 out of 53 times at bat. the Kids defeated the Phantoms
KIds, J-l Tied Second Place
I, ; ,
2-63.. Longworth had a total
CfflCAGO-NPI--A Black Temptations, and Phantoms,
GET SAVERS DRIYERWASHI4GTONNPOWith scientist Is among more than r < I d of thirty points'for the game. with 2-2 records,and Cavaliers'
the gridiron season Just around 140 scientists who will be testIng t Ir >6 w He' was followed by teammate in Third with 1-3 record.
the corner the word Is out throughout the national Football the moon rocks brought Milton Thomas with 20 points Players and averages are:
league to watch out for Gale Sajers of the Chicago Bears. back by Appollo 11 astronauts Longworth Is leading the League Longwortb, 22.2; Milton
Now that Sayers has recovered usa of his knee, Injured last once the quarantine on the rocks In total points with 90 pointsIn Thomas, 21.3; Larry Stephens
season, he Is expected to bedevil the defensive! squads of rival Is lined In mid-September. four games for a 2..2 aver- i 15.8; Charles Thompson, 14.2;

teams. At least, the Washington Redskins are not taking his Dr. George W. Reed Jr., a ; age.Milton Glenn Kleckley, 14.0; John
Thomas Is second witha
return to play lightly senior scientist with Argonne Dandier 14.0 John Larosa
1 1 ;
A total of 87 points for a 21.3
National Laboratories and research ::1 ,,13.3; Tyrone Brown 13.3 Bubba
AWARD WINNER associate with the average. .Fields 10.2; Earl Green; 12.0;
John Dantzler the
ST. LOTJ -NPi--To contribute two homers to enable one's Enrico Fermi Institute of the was leading .Nathaniel Murray, 11.0; Roland
team to whip its opponents by a 9-3 score is enough to make a University of Chicago, will.:. scorer for the Phantoms with j Williams 10.2; Johnny Thomas,
22 and
tall player happy> but to win an award In addition, U like serve at Argonne as the points Larry Stephens. 19.3; George Young 9.2; Frank
whipped! cream on dessert. Willis McCoy took the Arch Ward principal investigator of one had 19. Scantling 9.0; Bernard Wilkes
In the second of the
Memorial trophy as the outstanding All-Star baseball game tuna sample.At game
competitor for his two round trippers to lead the National the University of Chicago doubleheader the Cavaliers S.C.George Longworth '.2;
to the American surprised the Favored Temptations -
victory over Jerome
league league recently he will work with Professor 5149. The Cavalierswere Wheeler 7.1; Edward
Anthony Turkevlch In probing Hall, 7.0; Lorenzer Hart 6.2; h
led by George Young and
Rudolph McKlever 5.3 Alton
a second sample. Reese Sullivan with 14 and ;
NEW YORK-NPI--Big( ) names In cage battles have accepted Dr. Reed said he will conduct" 12 Toby 5.3; Joe Love, 5.0; Fred
Invitations to play at Kutsher's country club on Aug. 19 for various chemical analysis tests points. Chisolm, 4.1;Bobby Gro.ea.4.L
the Maurice Stokes benefit basketball game. Numbered among to discover the presence and Bob Richards left and Ralphe Metcalf?, right, were In Chicago recently where Metcalf The Temptations were led by Eugene Glover 4.0; Fred

those contributing their talents for a former member of the quantity of certain elements Alderman and President pro-tern of the Chicago City Council, headed a group of Joggers Davis, 3.2; Lester Joseph 3.1;
game are Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati Royals;Westley Unseld, on the lunar surface. who turned out to welcome the Bob Richards Fitness Crusade on its arrival in town Richardshas SOCIAL SECURITY Jack Harrison 20; Charles
Baltimore Bullets; and Walt Frailer, New York Knicks. Included In one such test Is been Jogging and cycling cross cross-country style to set an example for all AmericansIn Glover 1.0;Jerome Richard..oe,
measurement of the the program for better health. Sponsored in the public Interest by the Wheatles Sports 7wl/tk.f.... ;1.0; Herbert Morris 1.0 and
IN DEFENSE of the group of nonmetallic presence Federation the crusade started from Los Angeles on June 1 and will end August 17 in New Charles Easier, 1.0.

another seems to be the story of Arthur Ashe's life. After rlne, chlorine Survivors, and scorer in the girls league with
being downed in the $20,000 Eastern grass-court champion- bromine, and id'oine. Disability Insurance and a four-pmeaverapoflOpolnts
ships last week Ache will put his singles title on the line > Also Involved In this test is YOU"GOOD Lady Links Conquer HavWI!i iz per game. Jonl had a total

hi the 89th annual U.S. tennis championship at Longwood the search for the elements of 20 points against the Westside -

Cricket club, Aug. 16-24. mercury, ruthenium, osmium Medicare for people Uvr Tigerrettes recently.Ames
and scandium.The Smith is the leading scorer
OLYMPIC BERTH test at the University of HEALTH. More than nine out of every in the Junior division with a

BATON ROUGE LA.-(NPI-.Head basketball coach RichardA. Chicago will attempt to detect bR; b'ro7 ten working people in the United four-game average of 6.0.
Mack of Southern university has been named to membership the presence of "heavy" cements Br States are In work covered by Second I Coley Jones with 7.3.

on the U.S. Olympic Men's basketball committee. As a like uranium, thorium RETIREMENT P social security according to
committee member, he will assist In mapping plans for the lead, bismuth and thallium on Retirement Is what you make: ArTTU.VT James H. Mlddleton Social
1971' Pan-American Games to be held in Call, Columbia; the moon.A It. It can be a colossal bore f Security Manager of the Carver BILL COSBY OIlS

and for the 1972 Olympics that will be played in Munich, graduate of Howard university unless you make some con- Station office Mlddleton HOUSES

Germany where he received his structive flans before your retirement -' pressed the need for these individuals JIM CROW "

bachelor of science and master begins. to know ahead of time A shocking expose ofhowGreen
of science degree .Dr. Reed These plans must take into their rights and responsibilitiesso Powvr turned Cosby's Black
LOSES DRAFT VERDICT ; consideration three funda- they will be able to obtain
was awarded his doctorate from' Power into Jim Crow Powerl
HOUSTON-(NPI--V.S.) District Court Judge Joe Ingraham last the University of Chicago in mental problems : living on a the full benefit o: their social
week upheld a verdict against world heavyweight boxing champion the field of nuclear chemistry reduced Income maintaining security protection.
Muhammad All for refusing induction Into the armed forces your health, and making a Security is not only a matterof In.the same issue:

and ordered AU to appear in court for resentenclng July 24. mental adjustment to a new getting the money when it is THE KIND OF MEN
The Judge ruled that ton- wiretap conversations !had no effect Poll Will Decide! way of life due, but of knowing of the pro- ,

upon the conviction of All's case. Your. financial problems will tection that Is there. ,"Wen BUCK WOMEN GO FIR

Blacks Choice} be lessened by early participation planning retirement of your
in an annuity plan..wise family's security consider theI
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Watch Of Name diminished personalneeds. protection" urges Mlddleton. THE FUNNY WOill

; NEW ORLEANS .(NP0-- A1 Your health problems'should "Know what you and your familycan ,

nationwide poll has been laun- not be great if over the years expect to receive if you OF STU, SILLIAM.' .
This Clownftil n cos easwstas have learned to follow the become disabled die or when
.... ow.r sail,, ched to determine Just what you
Mum, OY"w/, rules of hygenlc living and If. you retire,"
iii termS1 acceptable to I
irw1 'ni. nSHERml1' & have periodic health check Mlddleton invited the public to '
,' you "
I :1 n ALL'
KNOW members of the Black race-- HAPPY DAY!
come in to the Carver Station "OH
whether It's Afro-A- ups.... .
23 49 86 Did you ever notice how the Negro The greatest stumbling block v'"Miss office and talk to one of the
merican Black NegroAmerican -
It all"Is ,
fisherman who "know Is often mental adJustment.When .I staff members about the program -
usually the one with the American Negro, or what. The Edwin Hawkins! Singers
it Is to do and to pick some of
3 8 and smallest fish at the possible so.
3'r fewest The poll is being conducted, for better and for worse
wise to make retirement the pamphlets. One exceptionally -
end of the day? He's also the by 0. C. W, Taylor veteran it Is
guy who doesn't ask any newsman.who is host-assistant a gradual process and pj.'suea good booklet is
questions and probably o'! "Social Security Informationfor
course part-time gainful
5 dlrector-: rod jeer of "The Sat.
wouldn't accept advice no "
employment This makes for a Young Families SSWSb.
See it In
tt Review five one-hour shows August
how ,
... matter is to 4:30
less drastic reduction Income The office open 8:30 :
.' 4 1 Is Our unfortunate angler' beamed each Saturday WMOM-from 7a.m and still provides time for the Gertrude L. Styles (left) and Mrs.Marine Weares, (right), Monday through Friday and 9:00
to 12 noon, over returned from tour to Hawaii where SEPIAnow
recently a 15-day they
problem I* that his knowledge development of interesting. to 12:00: Saturday. The address
TV Channel 26 New Orleans.:
get In the way of his abilityto hobbles: participated in the golf tournament sponsored by the Pepsi is 2168West13thStreetatCanal.
15 IB 123 observe and ask questions. The idea stems from.!. qery If no gainful employment is Cola International Golf Tour. The was played] on The telephone number is 191- at your newstandl
For this 1* the way most successful which Taylor: } put t to his gufests; readily available volunteer the beautiful but difficult Mahaha Valley Golf Course atWelanee. 2517

22'19 :J4 anglers don't learn assume what on the "Forum' program work for a church hospital, Oahu. On the final day only the low twelve players
happening. They cently: "What would you, as a.
know everything. charitable or political organisation in each flight played Mrs. Meares won 2nd place, 2nd flight
Sometimes He's up, Som"etiDHs they Fortunately I most good fish member of the Black" race pre will keep your body and Miss Styles won 3rd place In 1st flight The group tour was Illiitln lISle itritits
He's down. He Adds,Subtracts ermen are eater to pas their fer to be called? mind active, bring you into mad o! 620 persons, of whom 180 played golf. All enjoyed '
lIe works it all around knowledge onto other This The answers were many and contact with people and give many coctall parties, native shows, and were pleasantly surprised
has special significance to'anr. varied, and some not so compllmentary. -. of worthwhile to be entertained by our famous Arthur Prysock who
lers about to try out unfamiliar The female guestson you a feeling STUDY WITH DOCTOR IOLDEN
81 57 .42 accomplishment with his family enjoyed the tour. They were also entertainedby
waters, sty the fishing the had a Buggion ;;
authorities at Mercury out program You can get the most out of Count Bernadino of Nassau, Bahamas who also was a tour
Coming'Attraction: boards. One of the best way Why not Institute a nationwide this sort of work if you show a member Both ladles are enthralled over the trip and are making Dr, Bolden has returned to
fish biting, poll to determine what plans to to Mexico and with Golfers Inter-
2113.9MAN'S to find what are willingness to serve without go City Acapulco
his music studio and is accepting
.. and when and where to go. is' term Is most acceptable to the national 1970.
< to be at the dock when fishIng Black group? undue concern about getting ______ students for the Fall term.
: DAYS boats return from a day Thinking the idea a capital one credit or a desire to run the Travelers Owe Thanks To'Astronauts
on the lake. Taylor has dispatched lettersto show. If you can lose yourself
minutes spent conversing In such service will be less Enroll Today
A few the eommunlcatlon.medlaask you Medical studies disclose that 90% of travelers feel queasy to ,.
NUMIEREDilans ; may with enrich today'your lucky fishing anglers :his as many readers listeners inclined to dwell on any minor. downright terrible in very rough travel, while moderately tur .yeicelheirL''Accorliee: ,
tomorrow. Not that they'll tell and f'wers s many be Interested -, aches and pains with which you bulent motion upset 10% to 00%. Some 5% can't even stand .. Pialee 1
bays are Numbered all their secrets, of course, to send him L postcard may be burdened.A mild turbulence, while tome unfortunates even feel ill on elevator .* Triipit-Siiipbiii-Clirliit
Health and Fortune can be Youtswhen but you can usually pick up listing the term they preferred. recent survey of retired and escalators. that when this balance-
you know your Lucky Days' enough Information to make persons showed that 23 per Research shows that the control center in the brain Is 6iitar-Driis-Tnii. i-Striis
tomorrow' trip more prod. %o far, some 300 cards have cent believed their health was organ of balance lying in the Overstimulated, due to excessive r
Lucky Colors, Set. uctive. been received. worse since their retirement. bony labyrinth of the inner motion, It sends mellag"to Arrufiil-Vicil CiicbiiiAlsi I
Send $Z.oo for Also, since most anglers end ,
your ear are Involved In motion another part of the brain, .
.Horoscope Guide for the day fishing with the luretheta sickness. Doctors theorize this one affecting the nausea' :
them the most
.. 'AUGUST success brought, you'll gain added Information Heads.arlers, Al Circus center. The existence discovered of sucha J ;
by noticing what Operator center was tome r'C'Z1AnIAISC1EdEC: :::: 'r.Er; E: ,
FuT"in"'tlJe i biari i below'and plugs are still hanging from year ago when scientists'found BUSINESS ADMiN TiIATION COUi'-SE: .
mall to ZODIAC Post Office the rods they could cause vom :
sting in animals through electrical .
Box Jacksonville Fla. Ball fishermen can take advantage 1
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ladies Dr. Susie HolleyAt I Educators Swap Points 01 View


Club "Mans Heeling Day. ..' Spring --::- : c: 1'uf: Palo Negro di ir8k4i ounaa1o

Tie Caaella Ladies Club Till president
Dr. Susie C. Holley,
II IB the boa ofYrs. '
rest ABgost
Convention t
Women'sState '
of the h 4 'IL1fR CO.
Altameasn Bayies, 1M of the Nat1 Baptist! Convention -
heat 10 at 190 p... Business mA, Inc., will be the
at vital importance will be con speaker for the morning worship -
stored. Mrs. Paillne Till be at Day Spring Baptist
cohostess wla Mrs Raynes.Mrs. Church Sunday, August 24.
A.M. Hartioc If presi
Mrs. L.G. Mungin Is chairman
dent Mrs D.L. Lanray Is co-
chairman. Mrs. Cyrus Weaver
Raphael McKenzie 'will be pastor-for-the-day
church women
Promoted In Korea of the community will represent -
various churches. --u-- _,
Camp Catty, Korea ((10)) Music wW be In charge of

Raphael A. IfcKensle of Jack- the Ladies Choir, with Mrs ___
onvllle, Fla. has been promoted R. Askew and Mrs. W.M.WillisIn
to the rank of Captain, charge.. The lady ushers of
while serving Tim tile 7th lafantry three senior boards will serve.
Division ia Korea Captain In the evening portraits of
McKenzie Is the Assistant the Psalms will be presented.The .
Provost Marshall of the 7th regular services follows: 3
Military Police Company at Sunday School, 9.30: a.m.; Moo-

Camp Carey The regular services follow; PRESIDENT' AND FRffiNDS-Dr. George Blackman (center), of Commerce under President Johnson and is a prospective ,tlcn sponsored by ScheDle). The visitor..:and host. Is LeonA /
McKenzie, the son of Mrs Sunday School,9:30 a.m,;Morn- president of the Buffalo (N.Y.) Negro Scholarship Foundation candidate for governor next year; Delmar Mitchell, Buffalo Puryear (left), Schenley Impo-ls Co national representative.l J'
Kathtyn L. McKeazie of Jacksonville fag worship, U'am; BTU S and member of the Buffalo Board Education,poses with other Councll-man-at-large; Police Captain Floyd Edwards Heldat Others, from left: Dr. George Blackman, Foundation prestt (' r
attended Gilbert Hifb p.m. aDd'tveDlhr Worship, < celebrities at the Foundation's eighth annual cocktail party the Delaware, Park Casino to raise Funds for Buffalo area and member of the Butalo! Board of Education; Tommy Hey\ r'l
School of Jacksonville: ,and later 'pm. sponsored by Schenley. Left to'right:Judge Wilbur, Trammel students who, could not otherwise afford college, this year's Foundation board member Peter McGlynn, Western New.Yftf( v ...'
received a degree from Morgan All captains are asked to make of Buffalo' City Court;Schenley Imports Co. National Representative affair was attended by more than 300 guests. In the other representative of Schenley Imports Co., and Foundation Bowl or'
State College IB Baltimore,Md. reports la the finance room to Leon A. Puryear, the party's host; Buffalo Superintendent picture. Area leaders and a visitor from New York line up Members William Heck and Clarence A. Conner. The annals
He entered the Army in July the committee. Wives of of Schools Joseph Munch; Dr Blackman; Howard behind an array of Schenley products at the eighth annual cocktail party raises funds for scholarship help for Buffalo
1967, and arrived !in the 7th trustees and deacons will cele- Samuels, upstate business leader who was Under secretary cocktail party of the Buffalo (N.Y.) Negro Scholarship Foundi- area students who could not otherwise afford to attend college
Division !.II'July of this year. the committee. Wives of
Before he came to Korea, trustees and deacons will officiate .
Captain MvKenzle Tas with the Instead of their husbands. Bible Way Church Ordains Sister Welcome
82nd Military Police Company, All deaconesses are asked to Schedules TeaThe
of the 82nd Airborne Division In uniforms Royal Court Lodge 131 Will
serve throughout
13 Ministers And 1 Deacon 01( Lake
Baptist Club
Good Charity
at n., Bragg, N.C. the day:Rev, Cyrus A. Weaver ,
Is pastor,,Mrs S.A. Coachman Holds Mammoth will sponsor a spiritual tea
Is reporter. BALTIMORE-NPI)-.Thirteen ministers and one deacon were City In AnnualSister AnniversaryRoyal on August 17 at the home of
Masler Masons ordained at the climax of the 12th annual convocation of the Mr. and Mrs Franklin, 1550
at the First Apostolic Coat Lodge No. 131 of the Lily White Benefit Association West 33rd, from 5 until
Bible Way Churches Worldwide, Sunday,
St. Stephen Church Welcome Baptist Church will hold its anniversary tea Sunday, August 17, from r
tier CH For Faith church. served u director of the lodging ,of Laie City and Rev. Paul 4 t08 p.m., In the Blodgett Home Auditorium, 1207DavisStreet. I t
The ordination service, with the Fountain, pastor, will celebrate HELP WANTED
NurdVcrk Choir; Celebrates Elder Rufus Settles Onley,Md., and feeding operation who came from dual anniversaries from Fletcher; Program Chairman, Medical Asst. We will dill
delivering the sermon, highlighted 2,200 delegates October 13 to and includingOctober An Impressive prorram baA Mrs. Eartha McGowan; Public Call 356-8301--J.TJ.
Master Masons are called to Choir No, i of the St.Stephen the closing o'the seven- 25 states and three foreign 17, with visiting been prepared, Mrs. Sarah. Relations Chairman; Royal
meet at the Philadelphia Baptist Baptist Church will celebrate day convocation presided over countries. churches in charge each night. Anderson'' will, preside Mrs Court President, Deputy Pearl
Church Sunday, August! ,24, at its third anniversary Monday, by Bishop Smallwood E. The Church's Young People'sUnloa witha On Wednesday night Rev, W.J. Dorothy 'Garner will Introduce Washington. FOR RENT
2.10pm., in fall regalia August\U\ + ht';7:30, at 4201 Williams, Washington, D.C. held a special Baltimore day Perry of Bethel Baptist of Live the mistress of ceremonies, and
at the Furnished
The MasonsvifuaistFldeilty Almeda!;'*"'*,r* Bishop Williams, founder and program Oak and Rev. J.J. Fennel of Mrs. Leona Daniels -- Apartment-
Lodge No. 251 Tim the cornerstone Many choirs 'will participate organizer of Bible Way church, Civic center with 5OOOlDatten. Mt. Salem Baptist will be In! The program follows:; Welcome Cold Water Electricity
PresidentDon KELP WANIED PII.S84.1354 .
bus line.
laying. John Smith is Wit Buns Is president. Rev. Is closing out his 12th year as dance. City Robert charge of services On address, Mrs. Alice: Furnished,
and ,
Worthy Matter H. Simmons isDistrict B.F. Addison la pastor. the presiding bishop and his Schaeffer Judge at Thursday night Rev M.M Smith Swam; Response, Mrs Punch Trainee. We need
speakers Key
Deputy. Rev J.W. Watts were among of Mt. Zion Baptist of O'Brian Henretta Roberson Presentation .
42nd as a minister. Re was in
affair Mr. 10 to train for Jobs
Civic center girls
Johnson is the Fla. and Rev R. Webb of of Artists, Mrs. Henrietta
pastor Barber I College consecrated a bishop in 1937and Schaeffer presenting Bishop Ju area. Placement service tEl ADilT
Shiloh f Lake City Broome, namely WoDdrowCarn
has served as Bible Way'lpresld1nr wlththekeytothecity.The Baptist 0 after training Call for app.

arah McGinnisGroup Plans, Outing Bishop Williams bishop s1nce that his date final Williams lone deacon ordained was will Washington be of present Day Spring Rev.Baptist and Mrs J.W.Manila Williams Wilson and Snell 356-8301J.T.I. SUMMER, CLASS.

gave Joseph Walters of Baltimore, of Lake City will also be Reid will take the offering! Now Starting
/ sermon, at a service which also
Feels The Jacksonville' Barbers ASSQI heard the ISO-voice Washington with the following ministers being present. Deputy Pearl Washington will ,ROOM FOR RW 1
elation is sponsoring a trip to ordained: Ricer Alfred M. On Friday' night Rev L. handle the Finance Committee Aide Class
Maryland Diocese choir, Furnished 4'10 West 19th. Phone Hospital
On August '17 7 7The American Beach Wednesday, directed by the bishop's son, Archer,and Jewell Alan DuBotaSml Thomas hall Johnson of Fall Creek Baptist, reports and will present the 3530420. CashierSalesClerklndergartea
27.:' Buses will leave Browner captains. Mri. Elsie Sampson,
Missionary August Elder Wallace W. Williams Lake City, Rev. R. Simmons, % Teachers'Aide'
Sarah MeCinals of Washington, D.C. 1 1
Bethel AME Broad and Ashley, First and The final sessions were Deep Creek Baptist and Mrs. will present the deputies and '
Society of Mew Its Monthly Florida, Kings Road and Myrtle attended by overflow crowds McKlnnoa of New Jerusalem the lodge presidents. Mrs. FOR SALE l>. tar-Theory
Church will hold
17 at4pm and Kings Road and Spires, at with 12 busloads coming from Baptist, as well as Rev C.C. Johnnie M.Washington wlllpre- Band andOichestralns'ru-'
meeting. at Suo4aYl...August. 9am. They will leave list Toledo, New York City, Philadelphia JacksonvHleShipyards Rawls of New Bethel Baptist, sent the Royal Court presidents 2 Lots Ltncolnville 7900 Block meats _
Doctor, and ,Mrs. Gertrude and Myrtle. flat and Phoenix, Washington, and Lake City, will be in charge. & and the Council presidents Shrike Avenue Phone 3535383.CONMCTORS : BOIDEN-S COLLEGE)
'45th and Avenue B at 9.30 Deputy Willie Stephens
and Richmond Va. On Sunday, August 17, Sunday .
All Petersburg
Morse members'will are be hosts.expected. am. The public Is Invited. in addition to nearby Marylandtreas. School begins at 10 a.m Deacon will I1ve.. em.U9II.Ira.\ '_ ... .,r ,Ii. 11113 West 20th Shut

Visitors, are welcome. Mrs. Tickets are on sale at all barber Immediately Requires Frank Blue will be !In charge.. .*'Eartha licCowan'will, make remarks. Registrar 355972Call:; ,
OU'ia'' Harrell is president. shops; Bishop' Wutfleld A. Showsll, 1st Class The morning services begin f j Moo, TU-JS, Wed., and Frl+I
Mrs Melanie Jones Is super pastor, First Apostolic Faith at 11 a.m. with Rev. HcCaully Mrs. Thelma Toney and Mrs. [7.30: to 10: I4
visor. Rev Ilisha Jones Is *. * church, was host bishop, and CarpentersBoilermakers of Lake City and Rev. E. Geneva Coleman will,be table
,pastor. his son Major Milton Showull Edwards of St Joseph Baptist hostesses. Hostesses will be
{ of Jacksonville In charge. Mrs. Henrietta Roberson, Mrs. SALE.
Dinner will be served at 1:30: Sallle Roberson, Mrs. Carmen 'FOR

Erffwff4; Chippers "* pm.At. 330: pm: Rev. F.W. Suble West, Mrs.SeffieMauletyMrs.M. Smith, Mrs. Helen fOR '
HOmS \
Williams, moderator of the .1 J
Harrison and Mrs.BerthaCarn. i::
Welders First Central District Association PARTIES i :
Officers are: Chairman lr1I'.Il :i ItI
\ AT JAX! Rev R.A. Griffin of Lake I DUVALICEtFULICO, .
Deputy Willie J. Stephens Co t
City and Rev. W. Smith of the ; E. It"SI, 151 131riOBlEM I I { .J 'i II
1 Riggers United Baptist Church of Jacksonville 'chairman. ,. Mrs. Conan.Willing \ '
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t m re
Ii Outside will give a musical ,I / :
program. The public Is !Invited.
The church is located on Old, Workers IN SEX?. Under New Federal Program
Class Columbia! Road 341, t miles off, 235-2,3 and 4 Bedroom homes
SheetmctalMechanics Route 90. Charity MeetingThe In Wash. Hts. area. Unheardof
LIQUORS 11AIKAMERICARD.) CINO 2EP.AT! NIGHTfZHO low down pay and low, low,

!. New Stanton Senior Mission Willing will Workers celebrate Charity its VIM MARITAL OR V.GOR REt.ATIONSONO CZJ POOR low monthly payments!

PI res Got* Onlf At Marine eleventh anniversary Sunday, SEX DESmESfUlNCOMPATIBILTTY. -

NI : r fc Ki.. ? 8fk t: Dnm I SfipM ElectriciansMarine High Registrations August 17: at 3p.m.,!in the home Check your problemand CALL OR VISIT

b I 1 t Mgnp.ef. fdjpwood fhfy Wetf for studentsand of President, Mary Davis, 911 let us (or our other helpful
I Registration new
West 29th. sources)LEAD YOU on TOE!
State'sFinest returning students of New PATH TO HAPPINESS AS WE SALES OFFICE,
RIG. 2.55 H.Y. PipefittersGOING Stanton Senior High School who HAVE DONE FOR 07HERS.

I have not registered, will beheld HELP' WAN1ED FEMALE( Confidential and NO obligation, VULCAN INC.,,
GOLD SEAL RA1ESlit Thursday and Friday but if you care to send money,
I Class $J.47 August 21 and 22 at the school Nurses AIda Needed.. Immediately ', any amount will help In con
2nd Class $J.12 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. for local hospital. No tinuing these good services. 7003 KEN KNIGHT OR,..
I 3rd Class $2,94 and 3:00: p.m. experience ,needed Compl. GOOD SAMARITAN P.O. BOX
III CATAWBA WINE New students must bring with Training Program. Call for appointments 18.313, WOODBURY, N.J.. 7613479Inttmttd
war IN RATES .JOe LEST of Students ...
I them proof grade. J.TI 356-8301 .08096.
APPLY from out of the county must
\\1m Main Yard bring along with them a parentor
tm I guardian. .: .... ).:..x+).).: )( )+

1 1f 641 IF.: Bay St Newly assigned principal,Ben t In a New Future? ?
1M 1 on Durham, Jr., urges all studentsto ..
J.VQT. Southside Div.Ft.ofHendricksAve. take advantage of the entirely '* ,A NATION MANUFACTURING COMPANY MAY OPEN NEW PLANT IN

Jacksonville<'la. and meet the many new Y ... LIKE TO BE TRAINED! FOR ONE,PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW AND MAIL IT I
An lwi.1 l Opportunity Emplwir staff members.vIw .
16 oz POP tOP - - - - - 5 NO EXPERIENCE
The. BIG Man s Beer! CANS, 1 rt1 i ,JAtLii NEEPEO TO BE TRAINED

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