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 23, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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may try to drive the or- Pirates
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Panthers have blolated Federal To Open Door
laws.. CLfi/FAUTD.\ : BliJtNationalistLathaa : : :

Because of this problem in the ... Douall was sentenced by
city of New York, attorneys for ,- ... J Ii. Common Pleas Court Judge Ja'in: : Of' DemotionThe Pirates Cove Fish Camp,
the Legal Defense Fund,NUC P It' L. Angellota to a minimum! terms whose owner, Charles G. Skid
unit were, last week, standing 'of 100 years In prison for the moire, has managed to skip
by afor a ruling on their challenge THE 54th Annual Convention of the Knights and Lades of Pete Oliver held at the Chicago- mu-ders of four men, three of by the master of integration( of

of the ball system for 14 Sheraton Hotel recently was attended by more L500 members and visitors from 38 states. them officers, during racial out fut pace of demotions aj ordered by Dtival County Pu'> services for all, is at last
Black Panther Par members.. Shields G. Gilmore, Jr,, Supreme Knight and Mrs. Thelma P. Lombard of New Orleans, breaks in the Glenvllle area, tic Schools Superintendent Cecil Hardesty has been slowed undue the hammer, nor with
Last week the LDF filed "a Supreme Lady, pre>Med luring the four-day convention. Left are: Wallace Young, New 1 mostly black, last summer. down within the past few weeks. Three administrators *llh' standing a good argument by
friend of the court" brief in Orleans, Executive Secretary; Felton Lawrence, Houston, Superior Navigator, Ednrard The Judge pointed out that the long records have appealed to the court (rot Judgment and Skldmore's attorney.
which It argued that New York J. Ray, Louisiana, Grand Couteaj; Berman: hulk, Los Angeles I district daouty, western terms should! run concurrently tor a stay of action on ,the part of the former California Skldmon was told Eediiesdiy
officials have used bail deter- states; and John D. Haynes, Los Angeles, Grand Knight of Court 93, The, Catholic organization !' The Nationalist will ser vea min- administrator. that Plrsues Cove Fish Camp
mlnatlon u a technique for Till meet In Mobile Ala,, in 1970 and In Los Angeles In I 1971. (NPI Photo" ) imum of 20 years on eah count, superintendent remains in sta- must "integrate or terminate
detaining, punishing of prejudicing 60 years altogether, and a min- Dr. Hardesty came to Jackson by United States District Judge
a principal
the fairness of trail. taijm of 10 years of each countOf vllle and, in a few weeks ordered Charts R. Scott.
United States Judge Edmund Short National second degree murder, 40 ',the demotion of several principals Judge Lunar Wlnegeart Last Defense Attorney Tyrle A.,
week ruled
L. Palmleripermlttedthearga- Tempers Lead Group ,ear.. \t : and administrators, with temporarily against l Boyer, complimented fora I
and the school
Hardesty boardin
ment. Judge Palmlere further ,Judge Angellota mad no pro- school board backing In the pro good, but losing, argument,
felt that the brief could, be Cites Brown As i I 'Isimforparole.A cess one principal: of ft large the Nicks case. Jldge Wine- contended fiat the Civil Rights
filed In the light the complaint Juy: of eight mon and four black school resigned geart enjoined the board and law saould not be stretched>>

The, E Constitutuon, according to the Camp Fights Itfc'y'then recommextal merer, administrators have taken their the original plans, at last the classy/I of bee,':as food.'
LDF, involves the right to pre- saving' the convicted Natlonllst problems to the court, Trought for the time being. The JustlceDf partment enlarI -
trial from the death their lawyers theyhave appealedfor Principal Nicks was receiving, ad the caj.iwhens /eraBlackscomphlneJ
release of those who can IrIEMPHIS.J'Back! Bus s penalty i,
affore ball. This right Is the Racial in the 70's-..Tomorrow Is Non r, Donald is the second of five condideration in the light of $14,03125 as principal of A.L. : I ut they were refused -
Lewis School. He
privilege of indigents u well. plosions is the theme of toe mommotl i who have gone on trial In con-, their records and their turn will continue Elementary to draw that amount service. In Wednesday's
Pre-trial Incarceration of the National Business League convention DIction with the Glenvllle rioting of service. bearing Skldnoie confessed to
Panthers cannot be used on w.\SUNCroif-tlntU recently the Marina Copra to In Memphis this wee); 'of July 23, 19G5.I Among them is Principal De- pending a hearing in and order on dssrimlnailng, saying that he
those who seems have I Fred (Ahmed) Evans 37 slid vernon D. Nicks, a veteran of a permanent: Junction. felt he could sum whom ho
cannot post ball mon have had as much heat, racially, In its units u would /have where delegates gatheredfor Attorney William H. Maness,
ey. been expended in the( seas in big battles. the 69th annual confab. The i to have been the leader in theI many years service. Mr Nick representing Mr Hicks, claimed chose to serve.Nevertheless '
convention opened August 20 an I upheavals, was convicted on May who was demotte, with little explanation I there were ,
However, an article In a Washing to the crusty organization, Black continues through Saturday, Aug,,, 12 of first degree mu?ller on the from the office of the that a tenure contract with the several partlnent questions to
Grout Will Aid ton, D.C. Journal, bears out the and white have beome colors. 23. same: charges. He was sentenced board requires that he be regained be ans'sered. One was, "When

statement of the commandant of The general stated that he was A 25-year-old Black lawyer: to die in the electric chair on Brown as a principal from yearto is beer fo 'd?" Another was,'
Block Schools the Marine Cops that something ,brought"up to hate "niggers," ;Businessman, James H. Gay, ol! Sept. 22. year until he resigns, the con "Can the Interstate Commerce
will be done and that there has'i but that a career In the Marines Norfolk, presented the keynoteaddress. i I tract is modified by mutual con Commission classify fish! that
been no resistance to has made him realize that sent or he is suspended or removed swim the state line "
Wellington: Noted Negro edu- ganleed a Attorney Gay is executive Addresses TV across ?
airplay in these unit of Marine Is a Marine. Black for cause. Another was "Is there
cator, Dr. L. Shelbert Smlta,4S large director of the Norfolk chap Joxon any
will head a new program, beginning government General Lenonard Fury broke loose, it is said, ter of the League. U. phase of life today which can
August 15, for assisting pre F. Chapman has confessed, how, On July 20. The first Battalion On Thursday Lewis K. McKee, Gets Post Confab In'NY S. Academy be ex::'lud jd from possible! reclassification -
of the Sixth Top
domlnaatly Negro colleges and ever that condlderable difficulty Regiment was aboutto ::,chairmen of the boards of the In the terms of
nnl/ersities. The program,under has been experienced:: In the attempt leave for duty In the Medit Memphis Chamber of Commerce NEW YOKMNPQ--A{ ) persttant *- Career Positions I Civil Right?'

the auspices of the American As to eliminate bias and pre- arranean. Reportedly, about and the Memphis National Back At UniversityGAINESVILLE H. Rap Brwon finally won Attorney Boyer contended that
judice. General Chapman vewed Black departed from an enlisted AvailableWASHINGTON Skldmo't was being forced :o
soclatlon of the University Pro of Commerce, delivered the Welcome court permission to travel from ,
fessors, Is funded by an $S8OCO earlier this week to outlaw dIscrlm1nat1on men's club and cut a swathof Luncheon addrss. Banker New York to Washington, to>> address D.C.-VS.: Rep fit a pattern, even though he
j Ford Fo,ndatlon grant. and race hatreds. destruction across a base Lee is well known as a financier: ---Roy fclunaa I a session of the National ,Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville might be in his own right. He
The officer returned to the State area. A white Mississippi Ma- Mitchell of Jacksonville. has been contended that Skidm,,-e's beat
Smith will be available for con and business leader in the Middle Association of Television and today announced that the
cultation to both professors and from a brief tour of the Pacific rine, a Purple Hearts winner, South. He has ta'un: astrone.tand named the University of Florida radio Artists convention deadline for.applkatlon for those wee made in Florida, for service -
toad South west Asia. Few too died after being bashed In the first full-tlmo coordinator for to Florida patrons and
admlolttrators and will particl- In the need of expanded opportunlty He was granted a temporary interested in applying for appointment -
pat with the, (In developing! writ cldents: were reported. head with a tree limb. for the Black businessman, cI1sadvantaleclstudents. reprieve from local travel res.. of the U.S. Military, were sold to Florida residents
Emphasis was put on the existence Reportedly, also, there have Vice President for Student Affairs Naval Boyer asked for dismissal of
tu faculty policies on aadanic Thomas Roeser, Assistant t frictions by US. Circuit Judge Academy, VS. ACademy,'
freedom, prouotlons,tenure,non of bias within the unit been 148 or more assaults some Secretary of Commerce and director Lester L. Hale, who announced John Minor Wisdom, In New o- U.S., Air Force Academy and U. the case: because he felt the
reappolntmeut and dismissal procedures when on August 15, at Camp times for robbery,sometimes for of the Office of Minority the appoin'ment Friday rleans, after having twice been S.,, Merchant Marine Academy camp does not come under any
,jLeJeune! N.C. a southern stat-; no reason at all, sometimes be ((8/15)), said Mitchell will assume ruling based on an interpra-
; faculty gas I cation; Business Enterprise Washing ,turned back by 03. District court will be Monday, Septmeber 15,', .
studoot problems; and professional lined general attempted to give cause of discrimination Ten of ton, spoke at the National Dinner. his duties Sept. 1. Jurists. 1969 tattoo as the civil rights He
ethics and responsibilities.For reasons for trouble. There was the 148 activons were by whites On Friday, August workshop Mitchell, a Negro, also will The restlctlon was slapped: one Bennett said that all legal male' contended that bear is not always -
the put 12 years Smith has a time when the Marines thought against Jacks. in busness and finance were fea- serve u an instuuctor In the Bwown, after his conviction on residents of the Third Congress- food and the a building
been associate and professor in terms of green, the Marine .For Bragg wu the scene recently tured. The annual address of Berkeley University College's comprehensive a gun charge in New Orleans, ional District who will be at least from which gasoline is dold need
of chemistry at Central State Corps colors However, with the of a brawl, a brawl passed G. Burrell, president since logic course, with blsdities since vacated by the Court of 17 and not over age 22 at the time not be a filling station, even

University, Wllberforce,, Ohio. leader enrollment of Blacks in over as a dispute between 1962, was a highlight. Burrell primarily counseling rather than Appeals pending a wire-tapping of entry In July, 1970 are eligible though soma of the material
Blacks. Mention was made of actual classroom teaching in the building might have been :,
r whose philosophy has attractedthe appeal. He was ordered to remain Application are available at 352 yl
Panther- Infiltrators. attention of Congressmen and Dr. Hale said Mitchell's fore-, within the Southern court Federal, Building, Jacksonville, Imported from elsewhere.: .:
other national leaders, is also( most duty will be assisting culturally district' of New York, pending Florida 32202 or 2113 Rayburn Following these basic conclus

; Broadcasters 'the head of a new corporation disadvantaged students al hearing of four other cases, one House Office Building, Washing-'ions dodge Scott reminded the
3 the Merchant Prince company.. ready on the campus In order to of which accused him of inciting ton, D.C. 20515. Deadline for applying lawyer that some of, the fish .
Awards will be given James help the, have successful personal to riot in Cambridge, Md Is on or before September might have come In from Cielrf
(Get ,$25OQO.MoloWI .Brown, entertainer and business and academic. experiences.-:: At the NATRA meeting, Brown 15, 1989 in order that proper arrangements eta, -ro.
,3t'"dF 'executive Dr. Frederick Patter- "Secondly, he will concerned participated in a panel discus- can be made for those Judjp 3cott refused the rucog
# son, educator,business executive with recruiting academically eligible aim on "Community Action Pre- who wish to take the competitive miss the ::1ItOtu: YS request\ for
v:' Gift and president emeritus of Tuske- and promising students and ',grams aid, Citizen's Rights' Civil Service examination which dsmlsiV.: ia4 said he mJlmal.31

WASHINGTON, 'D.C.--Motown.gee; and Ross Davis,government helping develop programs" for aiding ,0'will be held on October .. 1969. rulingJddtfj ,
Hale said
executive and business marl1D&lstudent. Scott made It plain! that
Record C r 'nation has contrtbu minority
) ,The former foot-
i : .counsellor. 28-year-old Skidmore at the moment Is
ted $25,000 to the National Association '
! ', ball player, In addition to his violating the law. He furthers
I of Television>> andiadloAnnouncers Ex Grid Pro counseling and recruiting activities : d, "11r. Skldmore is going : ,
(NATRAX) a public, ,will be involved in other to have to start serving Negroes ':;:
service organization of 500 blackbroa4ontfI. .
University projects such u helpIng Po in his place of go out i :
: ; Gefs.B-CC Post 6
develop the curriculum for '' '" of business, one of the two."
The $UOOO grant was to samaras calla tad vtttfc fan
announced pets
w A" Presi- the black studies and ter
Dr. Richard V. Moore, program Judge Scott( stated that he,
Saturday night for Motown I dievasrn ear not being able toof
with President!
working Stephen BethuneCookraan College would back his
up remarks by
President Barry Gordy, Jr. atNATttA's announced the appointment of, ,C. O'Connell's Committee for te FLORCBA STAR, tAe editors wl* to issuing an injunction to restrain .
Annual Award Banquet the maaaftmeat of fee Nosy Kotner ton M
Dlsadvantajed Students.Dr. t
: Clarence Childs, former profes Skldmora from violating
attended by more thanZOOOblacktellVlllOD MbUabar of the btftck-owned wst' "
slonal football star to the position Hale said, "I am exceedIngly newspaper the Civil Rights Act"
and radio felt dtocetttoue selling fee pubUOIlq, .,. '
announcers they wo
'Cl W!L of Director of Student Per pleased to announce this ; ., Attorney Boyer and Skldmore o
recording officials, and Wasaing lke iaemveaiMMi our renters, MWtug
to appointment as J think be will
ton sonnel. His duties will be FI did not indicate whether they ..:;:
dignitaries.Del 8*' to secure ropes of, the
coordinate the atlvltles It students do a good Job in theca position. will appeal. ;
Shields, Executive Secret- fYid iklt the jtori do not oarry t slM
Y yd. and deal with their problem Be should be able to represent
Iry of 1fA I1IA said the Motown' er .
; esrqt
the Interests and of
Tha Lakeland born Chlls earned concerns *
jotributlon ** **
was the largest received and
his undergraduate degree at the black community fully thlle'carrying
by the association, now in
a out admhlstratfce: responsibilities ,
Florida AIM, where he was
Its Nth
Shield year standout football player and during in a way best suitedto pro U e Read, The
said the
grant will bead
their needs and
taught the concerns
the off seasons also
,for, special programs to.umprove .school"'at Lakeland and Plant and objectives of the University.
the !
professionalism and
npud: the skill and expertise ofnembers .,City., The call for creation of a post FLORIDA STAR
of A two time All-American at :for coordinator for disadvantage ,
NATRA. > ;
t ,;!!. Florida UM, ha played with students was first raised lasT]
Shields said a long-range# tha Mew York Giants from 1 1964 fan II,. the Action Conference'sTask t# rj431
Ject of NAITU Is t\National to 1W and with the Chicago Force OIl''Disadvantaged I3 l L, Weekly; :i

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MEMBER: ': : .

Welfare Refer'

.g ;! :. r" ft1 i.tvt all major proposal for change the President's plan

GRC' P im9 for welfare reform. has tome pluses and some minuses. Let's

= take the pluses first, for they art Important chances In the

I way welfare has been thought about.
i to The major new departure In the Nixon plan Is the establishment
< ,,\ at federal minimum standards for payments. Under the

ERIC 0. SIMPSON..MANA6ING EDITOR I present system, one state provides a measly $39 a month for a

a y family of four, while another state provides 1260.
-DIM 4 i I Under the Administration's proposals the federal government
will guarantee a flatAvOO tofour-member families on welfare

ad' 1N 15N I. : /f I with the states free to add to that. -
v a -
0o e, The figure Is small-less than f

SIAIEINS''. .ADDRESS ". \ / I half the government's OWl I.

J .P.O.;: .BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 \\ \ poverty. of standard.the proposal But the Is significance that- w ,t, /

i / / for' the first time the federal

\ government has recognized that ,
(lute 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD '7 M1' COLOR HATflrD ,. a. \ \ I jc welfare is a national problem. I
--:: \. / national standards,
"" demanding
PHONE 354-6782 to F ............ ..'raa ; and that the federal government
.-1 AT M \; has a responsibility for setting t
some kind of income floor under '
:i GERM which no family would beallowed JBIfr-1 nffOsW B \,_ J
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:: to fall."Those.
i '. critical of the small amounts or other features of the;
: .,,' f,. first' toward the
'PHONE 751-3879 plan should recognize that her is the step
Ji... f' ij; I that's bound to come In the near
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;.;}.,* 'II\f\,' iI. i';;qUj!; 1.t'J:J.,,,. ?" future.Another plus is the provision for welfare assistance to the

su 41t'. : ON.1tA'r 11 .. ..,I.r.\ .I,, .: I 1JJI.r': : working poor. What poor families are headed* by someone
Mailed To You. fJ ,. ....01Yl'j 0" t.f"jo" who works full or part-time. But because some industries
One Year. $12.00.::HalfYear, $7.00 .. '' ,
'Anywhere'In The United States:' ,r M .r" : ':" pay less than a living wage these workers make less than
'" + :' federal poverty standards. In effect they are subsidizing the

: a .fP tr9 1f'OVtBr rest of us by working for less than living wage. The Nixon

./Subscription/ Pav.tle.rii! In AdvanceSend plan will provide payments for such workers step that is

1 a healthy change from the past.
Check Or Money Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 599: There are other positive features of the proposal, but also

some that are discouraging. Tying welfare paymentstomanda-
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 tory work or training for example holds,the danger of forced
1 labor. And forcing mothers to take Jobs will damage the home

life the proposals are Intended to strengthen.
A Block Banker Is NeededThe And where will the Jobs come from? It's one thing to say that
people on welfare should get Job-training but unless there is

a meaningful guaranteed Job at the end of the time, It'. Just a
David Gottlieb Associates 123 Ferndale
Search Is onl! black YOUR WEEKLY cruel hoax: designed to satisfy critics of payments to the poor.
Road N.Y. are looking for that man who
This put of the plan would be more relevant and more convincing -
can qualify The Star offers ft release from Gottlieb with the
if It were tied to guaranteed public service employment -
,;.optimistic bope that that Black man will be found. or if it set forth guaranteed rages and the kinds of Jobs
ad tft'IIIp' "President Mid West.' This opportunity is.
The s that would be make available.
for an all around banker to head a new Black owned bank that' :;; HOROSCOPE GUIDE lj Let's not forget that at the same time the Administrationis
will be very well capitalized. Good credit loan and new
forth for relief some
desirable. Starting salary to $25,000. setting mandatory training recipients,
business experience economic slowdown that
of Its advisors are engineering an ,
Send resume in strict confidence has increased black workers.
Though, gramaUcally speaking, there should not have been BY already The proposals will help unemployment raise standards among of payments in areas
B hi Black It was one to emphasize the nature PABLO THE ASTROLOGER
a capital way ;
Ilk* the South, but won't do much to help the financially hard-
bank. But it did good. The only replies came from
of the no
pressed cities of the north. And provisions for greater local
who met the requirements and were
whites-- presidents \
control make me fear abuses on the part of Southern authorities
eager for the Job. ''WHICH'ARE YOUR .' thatjrould result In cheap forced I labor
DAYS .Negro
The recruiter Don Howard Personnel Inc., doesn't practice '
discrimination, of course but there was no point in referring Perhaps the main criticism r-the plan Is that It S is' foo little ;

I the white presidential applicants to the bank.A black was needed. ,FOR BUSINESS :'" ,LOVE TRAVEL ? I too late. The welfare system is a total failure and out to'
And be still Is. be completely replaced with an economic security programthat

1 This Instance typifies a general problem. Blacks are emerg-- would end -poverty, for alL We have the resources.: only- the
,tug! U sponsors of financial Institutions. They are also hi I 1 will is lacking.
great demand for, middle ,level managerial Jobs hi white- ARIES CARCEI ,JIM AOOARIft Given the mood of repression and vindictiveness, the Admin

sponsored banks that: "could lead to top posts In those bonks.' IflRN MARCH REIN HUE MWMIfT.'' A,4rationpropoea1s\ are probably the most advanced that could
But there aren't too many qualified men available IOINJAN.; succeed in .the present political climate. But I'm hopeful. that

"It's very frustrating" reports Don Howard, president of '27tt APRil. 1Stl 22il .. JILT .2211.1 23rd OCT. 23rl ,20th'' FEB. lltb'. \y thonghtfujtconservatives,will Join with.Cegressloea111berals,
'* person ';firm''that 'bears his name. "We realize this :.&IIcU Wleap".Jilm ovements.r, .. .
demand Is relatively new 'and we don't expect ajreservolf Don't come apart. Go by UM Watch your step Joy1:'compounded Be' quicker' than quick. The Get the meaning. Much that hai U the public understands that the' Inefficient' and degrading

.of qualified! people to appear overnight. But the paucity of rules, and by what loyal counselors :lingers on from the one day when quick action, before been started during thepreced- welfare system can be replaced by abumane scale of payments
experienced blacks Is discouraging what's particularly are advising on 25th. previous quarter to such a noon EST if possible may log quarter should be broughtto and guaranteed Jobs for all at the cost of less than a two months
troubling Is that it may not change. Unless the student his. This may enable you to close a degree as to pose a threat((25th). mean obtaining the high position a happy conclusion early on fighting of the war in Vietnam enough support can be generated
advisors and his parents realize that now Is the time to begin fine deal, and enjoysecurityfor Anyone allowing to blind them a big order, or a special monetary the 25th. This may require a for a final end to poverty hi this, the richest country on earth.
preparation for a career In banking--and, for that matter family and self for a long time to what Is ahead, risks getting benefit for which you have little extra pressure on your
to But there Is the tripped up badly and taking on been but It
the to come. danger maneuvering long and pa- part, appears necessary
other financial !Industries--we may get same response
such an ad ten years from now." of finding fault procrastinating, ft new set of worries,especially Uently ((25th). There is a lunar so as not to Jeopardize advances Coifress Aid Votini Rights
Don Howard Personnel specialized In service to banks Wall or Just simply falling to come on the day of the lunar eclipse eclipse which could throw a chalked up to date. A
Street and Insurance with national coverage from New York through on the day of a lunar ((27th). B would not be wise to black shadow overev.ryth1neiD lunar eclipse Is not a favor

,and West Coast coverage from.San Francisco eclipse ((27th). This may Just launch anything Including the early hours of 27th. Make able omen and could turn gains printed In full. bear the signature of:
The following letter
bring aU previous efforts to ships nor to start out on a sure that nothing Is being done to looses positive achievements Executive Director of the NAACP Roy Wllkins,.
naught with little chance of reviving voyage of uncertain destination. that may Jeopardize Job or well- to negative ones ((27th). the outstanding that Congress step.the use of I
Is The Credit Card them. There should be Besides there could be a surprise being for a period thereafter. From then on, proceed at a and relates funds to the for voter suggestion registration.
some pretty exciting events such of an agreeable nature snail's pace until it becomes foundation
as engagements or weddings tofill being cooked up which may require -''SC01PI0 quite evident that it Is safe To the Editor:

,A loon Or Handicap? the days to the brim as your presence at home to start accelerating once again Regardless of the language the proposals before the Congress
well as the cups of the gay to relish ((29th 30th). : } ((29th). One happy note Is theme in the so-called tax reform bill to bar the use of foundation
participants ((29th-31st). that promises much greater funds for voter registration are principally anti-black. Negro
'. 1-30.88-19-23-513 BORN OCT.:, harmony and within citizens are not deceived by the "tax reform" label. They
It Is' almost as easy to get credit cards today as 1t'is to 3. 70-ri- 65- 680 cooperation
.2411 NOL the family. This should male view the move (and rightly so) as an attempt to halt the Increases
eat pie. The trouble is that too many people are not mastersof 'UD.IDliI > 2211
it possible( ) to begin to enlarge in Negro voting strength.The .
themselves, and have a mania for "charging It. If a person TAIRIS
uses a credit cud In accordance with his monthly budget JILY13ri ,.. Don't be exposed. While optimism considerably on plans. Voting Rights Act of 1965 plus grants from foundations
RRRN APRIL may be engendered, it enable It can be beneficial to aim. .
Credit cards by the dozens come hi the mail for people who : All. 22U could be shortlived.. Whatever 'f. %0 -,I?, :is ..'.,- 7I' of Negro voters by about 800,000 before the 1968 election.
20th"MAY 20th should be accepted The total of black registrants in the Southern states rose to
have good Jobs' Some realizing that they might be tempted to Take notice. Do all possibleto happens
but without slightly more than 2 million out of a potential of 5 million.
permitting -
overspend destroy the cards immediately. Others,' however There's a limit. Hopes are get agreements,contracts or CAPRICORN .,
crush the rising
to be deluded into Comes now the Congress with a proposal to
take the, at the license to spend widely without reservation. 'wonderful. since they provide the other commitments signed yourself
that it will end all participation of Negro voters hi the election process under
Some of these credit cards from the believing
are exacting user a excape from reality when It began sealed and delivered before the BORN IEC.
). The lunar the of regulating the foundations. A neat business
(25th guise
Jear Interest The cost of these services future cares
or carrying charge. to pall. But they should en d of the 25th. The climatefor .
will be charged to the customer and don't forget It. It Is always not be allowed to soar so high accords ebbs thereafter and eclipse early. on the 27th ls JAN, I0!| stroke'preJucl1ce against the Negro franchise foundations

the customer who pays.If as to reach the pout where may reach the point where it symbolic of a disappointment Bide awhile. The only day when and anyone who endangers the existing political status record quo
there Is a 4 per cent carrying charge for the credit card Jiey can never be materialised.(25th becomes impossible to como to in love, friendship ce regardIng -' U may be profitable to bustle by enlarging the number of voters is satisfied. iDWe1
services a increase !hi added to the cost of the affairs of one close to does not meDtlc\! is one on tax reform of adjusting -
( ). A lunar eclipse acts asa any sort of terms as indicated seems to be the 25th.Associates '
merchandise That is bought, and to be paid for by the cus reminder that we can often by a lunar eclipse ((26th, 27th). your hsart. The circumstances still are friendly and cooperative ave learned lithe, apparently, from the olent outbreaks -
tomer. resort to wishful thinking,leaving If anything Important has been that are eventually created as and the chances of capitalizing In a hundred cities and from the gangrenous polarlzaUo9 -.
Who will benefit from this kind of service but a consequence may furnish of.racial heeling that has flowered In the Sixties.
? Everybody us frustrated when the fact left unfinished It may be re* on the fact are quite pro- .. .'
the customer who for the credit service something to worry about hi The simple alternative to violence ftd fcTraciaf bitterness
pays that this is another form of quired to start all over again mlslng. But from then on,efface '
: Unless you can control the urge to spend recklessly then selfdelusion finally comes from scratch.It could take much days to come ((29th). But the yourself hi the sidelines and 'is the resolution of issues through the ballot box. The wider '

forget about all credit cards. Or else they will gin yon intestinal home ((27th). Friends may be valuable time Just to catch up fortitude so many enjoy will stay there until there are positive -, the use of the ballot by minority citizens and the greater their*
ulcers, insomnia from about bills, and having trouble, enabling to I enable most to come through signs that It will be safe .sharing in the decisions responsibilities and rewards of i

hypertension from selling your, :soul ,to Old Satan .Credit., Taureans to come galloping to with flying colors In the final to come out. A lunar eclipse elections the less likelihood there Is of the spread of polarl-i.

the rescue. Services of an exceptional accounting.. Is hardly propitious for de- ,satlon and violence. j*
character are within 4.60.55.l7-79.i9 ,, .9809916,42777SAEjTTARIIS' )' 1 eislcns, signing documents But the Congress seems to have embarked upon a deliberate ,I.:

\ This Week In Negro History the capabilities of many of this traveling around, or new under .effort to restrict voting rights of black citizens and to drive j
sign these, days. .'" 'try. takings in general ((27th). The them Into the camps of the various Illlurrec Oll1ltl. This
: l57915CHINf 23rlB :SEP.til going should be slow thereafter coarse could incline the disfranchised reluctantly to the view
; .J5 with all Important matters that there Is little hope for redressing their grievances under
. ;:;:; Lag 17, 1890. Marcus Garvey,'*originator "of the "Back to : IIII sir; placed on a day-to-day basis. the democratic system.

,Africa" movement, born at St. Ann's Bar Jamaica could be 23rl. IEC. 21st '.' Be ready to act when the unexpected The question of race has threaded our national history since
JIM now.Whatever has appears to favor you the first ,black slaves
KAY arrived in 1619. After Ctrll
t to be a bloody
Aug. done
18, 1882: Booker T. Washington married Fannie N. Smith r I In connection with. professionally and financially war, the enactment: and betrayal of '
13th Mth
and 15th
.,; of Maiden, W. Ya.Aug. ';.z 'st'.JI.t.. list.. term finances sense, especially should In the long- Clean the slate. Anything that, ((29th. 30th). Amendments, the cruel illusion of separate-but-equal the slow:
be concluded Is Judged important in the
;; 19, 218 BC: African Emperor Hannibal bePUourDt10r' Let the moment pass* Due to by 15th. The advent of a lunar of interviews, contracts way or 3 -70-55.l8-43.754 beating decency back and,the via accelerated the courts and thrust political action to a form of

conquest that eventually overran most of Europe., the indications that a favorable eclipse reveals the possflfflHy profitable dealings should be PISCES' backslid? since 1960. are we now to
climate exists where Gemlnians of a final partnership rupture terminated as early possible

Aug. 20, 1819: First groups of Africans. brought as slaves to earn their livelihoods It may or. In rare Instances, a settle- on 25th. Factors beyond any .11111El. -, Is Deith The M ?
Jamestown, Ga.Aug. ; not be, timely to consider a ment that is satisfactory to both one's control could crop up
change Just now, at least, not Ides. This could involve thereafter preventing favorable ,ittt..: MAR; 2itABe One hymn raises the ql18st1011, Oh Death, where 11 ty

M, 183k: Nat Turner; a slave, led-what Is regarded u the a voluntary! one (25th). Besides financial considerations of no conclusions. The lunar eclipse lUBe, and gravITy victory?
best known of all American Negro elves revolts, an nprisincAug. a lunar eclipse Is not deemed mean proportions ((27th). The confirms this possibllty which or the ball. Promises or Does the question Imply that death Is our Ignominiousend '
In Southamptos county Va.. ID which )1'OI1mat'11 SO whites ,propitious many way further climate for arriving In a secret should not be taken lightly .other binding commitments ? la death, are we no more than a domestic animal whose''
and at least 100 Negroes cI1ed.Aae. stressing the desirability of not agreement which could be '(27th). Surprises in the way of should be made by noon (EST bones will rot and return to the anal of the earth?
upsetting any applecarts (ZBt1I, upsetting to one and pleasing engagements or weddings 'on 25th. They are more likely How often we hear the argument that death does away with

11, 1901: Orchestra leader &lid composer WUl1aJa''Count'' 27th). The weekend may be considered .to the other !m/y be the 29th- )among your friends may come I to be honored than If they are the meaning of life altogether That IB the end an man's

lule! bore iD Kansas Chty 110. interesting even 81st. B appears as If many will through the mails cr a secondhand .. I put off till a later c date.One of the work ii la' meaningless, since death ultimately destroys him. .
exciting as far u emotional cultivate new hope for the days source ((29th-Slst). Those I main reasons for haste 1s the Man Is finite, and If he were Immortal, could he legitimately ;
22, 1939: Henry "Hammering Hank" Armstrong lest the Interests and the younger to come, and discover a code: traveling for pleasure and/or I advent of the lunar eclipse: that postpone every action forever? .
light weight title to Lou Amber:",Armstrong wa/theonte "s I members of the family are eonquwd of personal conduct that could business should! meet Interesting -' I discloses the possibility of ,What a man does for other people who need his help makes
fighter to hold championships TsWtaneonslyTAug. (29th-31stX) Gemlnians lead more quickly to fulfillment people along the way. For I sometlng coming bttwten existing him Immortal la mind and spirit of others. The good that
engaged to artistic;' dramatic, Lift is like a boot some who are unmarried, this i j or Intended Associates! med. do l1Ye after them; For Instance,the message of a teacher -!

2), 1917:' Negro soldiers attacked at Boseb Tat, or cultural pursuits should give When one chapter ends .aotherstarts. could eventually lead to the ,<(27th(: ). From ,then jBroceed word(Jesus sad mind) will of live his forever as long as we have the prints'*.

staged a protest, ending with 13 being hanged; 41glven life'sentences. :' ree'r/a to Ideas and talents.90.WlS.46"23I. > follower
.When a .man makas .of himself
The men, members of the 24th V. e. best that there ta.hegives
were executed for their alleged art l. tile """""'.l more to the world than he takes from it And la the.
rw .
..1 > 60-68. 18.42.643; 8-W 9915, -.47 m , 48'- lU givlnit. he establishes himself Isio eternity.,

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r.I::: :;. USIST ; ISIS na PAPERS '::: 'Il

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Zeta Phi Beta Mrs. Gussie P. Gray EboHezer UNited Methodist :WEDD N'GBElL.S '''JCHURCH'N'EwiJ

Celebrates SingingMrs. Chrck Scan Of WeddIjj,

Sorority Executive
Gossie Paige Gray, }:
nationally known worker and COIl / PAUL MISSIONARY
tralto gospel singer, win celebrate Matthew McNalr Jr. 1720
Board MeetingWASHINGTON the thirty-thint annual of'I Myrtle Ave. 22 and, Juanlta Sunday School begins" 9.30 aja, with Deacon MMw**
a career of gospel singlnjtSun- superintendent, In charge. The morning service bectasrt
712 Phelps St. 1$.
BTU begins a J30. All members who want toJoU
day Sept. 7, at $ p.m. at the a.m.
mt ,Choir No. I ate asked to remain after the morning ..
: D.C.: The National Executive Boar, Zeta Phi Calvary Missionary Baptist Clarence Hayes, 2227: W, 20th for a meeting will ReT.Taylor.
Beta Sorority, Inc., held Its Bummer session In the Sorority Spruce and DoraStreet ,St, 30 and Florida Mae Carter.
National Headquarter Rev William Hill pastor. d dJ dt dt 1850 .. 12th St. S3.
1734 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. Mrs. Gray is 1 MT, SALEM BAPTIST
Washington D.C., August 1-3, 1969 with post Executive Board Sunday School begins at 9.30 with the superintendent U
the state.
Mrs Is tier
work the week of Augst 4, 1989. of Mt. Gray Virgil Blanchard Redding 1618 charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. The
Calvary, past presidentat Payne St. U and Wilhelmena morning service begins at 11 with
a.m. G. Tucker
Miss Ida former
B. King, Gary, IuL, (under President L.B. Cynthia Williams, 6U W. and Ode Wllbert In charge Choir No. 2 and Usher Board
Is National Chairman of the Johnsons' administration) Mrs the Choir No. 2 and of
Beaver St., 22. No. 1 will serve. The pastor or an appointee will bring the
Executive Board. llrs. Mildred Mildred C. Bradham, Jacksonville the lead singers, member of sermon. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. All other weekly

C. Bradham, and Miss Ida B. King District No. 3 and president of John Wesley Cook,1408 Grothe services will be as usual On Monday night the church will
National Grand Basileus, (National -' Gary, dud the Senior Women's Mission: rry St. 62 and Gladys Herndon,1408Grothe worship with Midway Tabernacle the interest of that church
President) of the The "GOLDEN AWIYER- *, St. St. and of that pastor's anniversary. Rev W.O. Roger, pastor;
Sorority. SARY JUBILEE BOULE" In The noted singer Is a put' Mrs. C. Sampson, reporter.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was August 1970 expected to field worker of the National
Jerome Elfin Robertson 1305
founded at Howard University broadily expand the Task Force Baptist Junior Women's Con-' BAPTIST
Florida Ave 19 and Gall Yvonne Choirs No. 1 2 I and 4
will celebrate
Joint anniversarlM
Washington, D.C. In 1920, and Team work into foreign rantlon In. She is also highly
Hardy, 650 Franklin St., 17. Monday night, August 25, at > p.m. Choirs of the city have
will be observing the 50th Anniversary countries.The i ,;Jarmed as a dynamic speak- been invited to help make the program a success. Forty-

Golden Jubilee In Sourorlty BonleHead er.Other John Irvin, Woolbright, 1132 three persons were taken In during the revival. The Church
August, 1970, at Washington, quarters are centered at the noted groups and singers A Kings Rd., 22 and Edna Lutrell School begins at 9.30, with Tyrone Merchant and teachers la
D.C. Executive Office with Mrs. ire Mrs. Alice Burroughs the, Whltfleld. 1133 Kings Rd. %4. charge. The reveiw will be given by the pastor or an ap
ry ,
Among the actions of significance Emma J. Dewberry, Executive Excelsior Gospel SESjrsV! ; N- pointee. Consecration services will begin at 10:45, for the

are: Secretary_In Washington,p. ;. Jackson and Choir, Gospel Echoes Aaron Bold Carson, 1722 W._ choirs, ushers, deacons, deaconesses and members, with
1. The Executive Board Increased Executive Board Membership Mr.. EthelD"enportBaa 6th St.. 31 and Estella T. Jones3303MoncrlefRd,2S. the pastor in charge. Service begins at 11 a.m. Music will
scholarship assistancefor includes: ulster, Miss. Doris Mack,Mrs. be furnished by Choir No. 2 and Choir No. 4 and by Usher
Board No 3 James Kltchesn and Wallace Mims will be at
Emily Timmons Peter Jack
matriculated university
college or Miss Ida B. King National the instruments Deaconess
Board No. S will meet after
coeds. Chairman of Executive Board. Bell, and Mrs. Vila Daniels. New Bethel AME the morning service In its regular meeting. All membersare
2. The Sorority Board approved Gary; Mrs. Mildred C. Other names will be announced asked to go to Mt. Ararat for the Fellowship Hour at

the trustees recommendation 'Bradham, Grand Basileus, later. 245.: The BYPU hour begins at 5.30: with Mrs. M.L. Polite,
for summer seminar retreatsfor 'Jacksonville; Mrs. Arizona The Fuhlonette Host and Hostess Ushers Announce directress, In charge. The evening! worship consecration begins -

youth groups and also for Cleaver Stemons, Foundw Club will serve with Mrs. at 6:30.: Both major sermons of the day will be given
college and university students President-Emeritus, Philadelphia Deal and Mrs. Solomon in 51st by the pastor, Rev Mr. Burgess, or his appointee. Weekly
to be held on the site of the ; Mrs. Isabel M. Harsoc' charge Miss.-Anest Maude Schell, dauber of Dr. Warren W. Schell AnnualUsher services follow Monday, 6, Church Society; Tuesday, 7:45,

Sorority National Shrine, Birch 1st ,Anii-Basuous, Eaton Rouge; and of the late Mrs Vanorlan Schell, became the bride of Mr. Weekly Prayer Meeting and Bible Study; Wednesday, < p.m.,
Haven, at Idlewlld, Michigan Mrs. Anita H. Crump,2nd AntlBasileus Lorenze Thomas McCarthy Saturday, August 16, in an impressive Board No. 1 of New Choir No. 1 and No. 3, rehearsal; Thursday, 12 noon, midweek
3. The Sorority Executive New Orleans. TWO six o'clock ceremony at the Ebenezer United Methodist Bethel AME Church, will holds prayer service with Missionary Society in charge; Thursday,

Board adopted for Sorority Implementation Mrs. Janice, Gantt Kissner Church,Following the ceremony a reception was held. its fifty-first,anniversary Uau. 8 p.m., monthly conference for all members; Friday 8 p.m.,
Photo By Weams. Choir No. 2, rehearsal The church 1s located at 3333 Frank
the recommendation 3rd Anti-Bssileus Philadelphia! ; day, August 25, at the church, lln. Mrs. Bessie Merchant is secretary-reporter.

with findings of the TASK Dr. Mary A.T. Tlllman, Gram- Rev Earnest.Newman,pas 11es'of the 'velley.Mt. Third and Tyler, interesting

FORCE TEAM ON POVERTY mateus, St. Louis; Mrs. Susie MINUTES tor of the Phu;.vh, performedthe .:*. Janice Sutton was maid program has been prepared. NEW REDEEM BAPTISTThe

a. The team report Involved E. Miles, Tamias, Washington, beajtlful twilight ceremonies. of honor, Miss. Mary Neely will be guest Sunday School will celebrate its anniversary Sunday
the grass roots survey during! D.C. Mrs Marian Shannon, / Bridesmaids wareMlss.Sheiyl soloist, along with others. at 3 p.m. at the church. Deacon George Ward 1s superin

the month of May In Beaufort' AntapokrlUs, Miami, Fla.;Mrs. urn m BIBLE Precisely at six ,o'clock the McCarthy, sister of the Choir No. 1 of Ne, Bethel will tendent. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superinten
County, South Carolina, of the Gertrude Williams, Phylacter, wedMng procession bepn. The bridegroom of Birmingham, be serving Usher Board No 3 dent and teachers In charge The lesson will be reviewed by
n ceiNiuu ITAM the pastor. The morning worship begins at 11 with
Zion the
underclass poverty group. Not El Cerlto, Calif. SHUN near. IOCIITY former Mist Schell was charmIng Ala.; Miss. Denise Schell, con Hope Baptist Church Mrs deacons in a.m.
pnly hunger, malnutrition, unemployment Miss Alice'. Rope, Chairman CHICAGO, IUINOII 03S Inaformalfull-length sin of the buds; Mlsi. Karen, S.M. Mann, president, also will will serve for charge the morning Devotion hour Choir District No. 1 and No.Ushers 1 will No.meetat 1

inadequate housing Board of Trustees,Darby;Mrs. mer gown of silk! organza over Mitchell, Cleveland; Miss Yolanda serve. the church at 3 p.m. The evening worship begins at 6
; and a lack of sewage exist; Ella Strawbridge, Trustee, St. GOOD NEWS peau da sole, with yoke and Perkins, St. Albans New Among usher boards listed for with the EJ. Norman Chorus serving. Both sermons p.m.will,

but also people-children and Louis, Mrs. Lucinda Robey, > Mandarin neckline of Venice York; Miss Linda S:art on, Dler- participation are: Mt. Vernon, be delivered by the pastor On Monday night Rev. Norman,'
adults-are infestedwltbworms. Trustee, Birmingham, Ala; FROM CALVARYAll lace, encrusted with pearls and dre Sitterwhite, Mls.i. Cheryl No. 1, Mrs. Julia Longworth pastor, and the church will go to (he Moncrief Baptist Church
4. The Executive Board Mrs. lone H. Gibson, Trustee crystals. Culbert, Miss LdjarannaJones president; Cent:al CME, No. 3, for the anniversary of the church and of the pastor. Choir
adopted the Task Force Team Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Ruth P. through the Old Testamentthe Bishops sleeve, with wide and Miss. Muriel Thompson, Mrs. Anna Lewis president. No. 2 and Usher Board No, 1 are to serve. Prayer meeting
report to adopt one hundred Powell, Trustee, Mobile. cross Is but dimly 'seen. lace cuffs, enhanced with spray Jacksonville New Bethel AME, No. 2, A.O. is Tuesday night at 7:30, followed with Bible Study at 8 p.m.'
((100)) families within the category Miss La Paula Turner is Though hundred historical char. of seed pearls and crystals, Flowers girls wen Chlgulta Mitchell president; Seventh Day Mrs Jessie Ward Is reporter. The church Is located et.:
acters end a hundred more Levit 1814 E, 30th.TRINITY .
Adventist No.1 Anna
of findings for Sorority undergraduate Member-at- scat sacrifices and rituals were accentuated the beautiful gown.A George and Marie Green, ,
subsistence in varying types. typical of Christ and His finished narrow band o! Venetian lace Judson Eneu of Nassau, ..Bahama. McMillan president. BAPTIST.

The local chapters are expected Regional Directors are: Mrs. work, not once does the Old with a trimming of pearls and .!, was best men. These, along with members of Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent A, Taylorand
to Implement this program,and Arthalla left, Atlantic Region, Testament specify this The silence crystals, bordered the gowu Ushers were: Wirren'W.SchellHI the Friendly Westslde Ushers teachers in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the
where necessary to include the Yeadon, Pa. Mrs. Audrey is profound, Th.'cillrest Miss. Schell wore a semiS and Errol B.ScheU,brother Union, and all friends are cordially pastor or his appointee. The morning worship begins at 11

said Chapters' own local community Robinson, Eastern Region, Old Testament prophecy of Jialoof lace sleeves weirded ofthe bride, James P. ScheU, invited. a.m. with the deacons In charge The pastor or a visiting,
In the expansion of aid, Richmond Mrs. Effte B. Christ death, 'Isiah 53, does not with pearls and securing the Jr.; cousin of the I brlderr Fred Mrs. L.W. Jackson is secretaryoftheProgramCommlttee.- pastor will speak. Prayer meeting Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

throughout the United States Burford Great Lakes Region, even specify who the Sufferer full length mantilla of silk organza Powell, Fairmont, NC. Larry Holy communion services will be served Sunday at 4p.m.
irrespective of race, creed, or Indianapolis; Mrs. Sylvia would be. over Illusion, bordered Phillips Boston Oscar Hillman G.W. Bruton is president. Rev On August 31 at 3:30 a program will be held for the bene'
national origin Lewis, Midwestern Region, I It was the same during our with pearl and crystalstuddedpoint Jr. Jean, C. Downing, Jr. .Pet- Ellsha! Jones is pastor The fit of the Sunday School and the Deaconess Board. Mrs. W.C.
The National Task Force Team Oklahoma City Mrs. Lenlcla I I Lord s stay on, earth .for,,only to. de Venice lace. Nathaniel, C. program begin promptly at 8 Murray will 'be the sponsor. Barbara g. Robinson, el.rlllDll'
; Roulhac and
I ward the close of His ministry do er reporter. The church U located at 703 West Duval. '
under Sorority Projects Include: Weemes, Pacific Region,Los '" Flowers were orchids and 111"Til Davis Jacksonville; pm
we read:, 'FROM THAT, TIMEFORTH' .
Mrs. Mary B. Hurt, Baltimore, Angeles;,Mrs.:Annie Hanberry, sus:'8tGAN tol'show TtMtrlngbearer fts" Marvin ? v' ", ;' I' COLOSSIANS BAPTIST rt ,

(currently studying in Africa), Southeastern: Region,Columbia, unto His ,dtclples. how that ,He Concerti Harris., Baptist Ministers Sunday School begins at 9:30 with' the superintendent and"
Miss Eula AWns, Itta Bena>' S.C., Mrs. M'Elena Matthews, must go. unto Jerusalem and suf The bridal attendantsvre,full teachers in charge. The lesson will reviewed by the pastor r
College, Miss Mrs. Arthalla! South' 'Central Region, fer. and be killed ." (Matt length gowns of o-ange: punch The morning service begins at 11 a.m. The evening service
Lott, Tendon, Mrs Ola Dingle, Mississippi, Valley State 16:21)). And what was their re. 1.'t g chiffon over tatfete,With empire-! Wives List MeetingThe begins at 6 p.m. Rev R J. Crawford will speak Choir No. I
Savannah Dr.Mary Keyserllng, College .1h z Bena; Mrs. Hazel sponse7 "Then Peter took Him bodices encircled with reera- and Usher Board No. I will serve during the day. The church

former Director of the Women's Boutte Simmons, Southern Region and began to rebuke Him" (Ver brold red Brussel lace Soml- Baptist Wives' 'Alliance will sponsor a trip to Magnolia Lake on August 30. Prayer

Bureau, Department of LaborPALMER'S Fort Worth Texas, Mrs. 22). Luke 1834: states three $ 'i halos were adorned with spry of Jacksonville and Dual County service begins,Tuesday at 7:30.

A. Doris Banks henries, West times that they did not have the A leaves of seed pearls. held the August meeting In the SWEETFIELD BAPTIST
ghtest idea He would even die.
African .Region, Monrovia, A followed home of and Mra. A
much less did they understand all reception Rev< .F. Services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30. Deacon
Liberia, Africa. that the cross would accomplish They newlyweds will be at Cummings, 755 Acorn Street L. McHnnan is In charge The morning service begins
"SKIN SUCCESS" Founders are: Mrs Arizona Even at Pentecost Peter blamed is IC home at 1119 Twenty-first Ave. The at 11 a.m. with Deacon Luke Stephens and Deacon Sam Wil
C. Stemons. Mrs. Fannie P. his hearers for the death of Christ ; North, Apt. A",Nashville, lean.Mf. meeting was held In llama In charge of devotions. The male chorus will serve.
OINTMENTMI Watts, Miss Pearl Neal, Mrs. and called upon them to "repentand the home of Mrs E.W. Malnor, Rev. G.A. 01l\81j pastor, will speak. The evening service
in PArT sire inicr noM mmltim Viola Tyler-Goings, and Mrs be baptized every one 4327 De Taille Road. Luncheonwas begins at 5:30. On Tuesday night the prayer meeting held
IMITATION AMI tCAUM Of KOU 'Arara served. On
Mil TON lima THOUtHT rOSSIIU, AM Myrtle Tyler-Faithful. for the remission of sins" (Act .. Wednesday night at 7 p.m. the Bible Study is featured,
All members are asked to be with Rev. G.A. Oliver In
AT A LOW NICI THAT WIU AMAZE roe Past Grand BasMeL.National charge Choir No. 1 rehearses on
PAUUII WIN UKCIST OINIMtn Presidents in attendance the 2:38): The twelve of the were preaching Baptist Sunday present. This will be the last Thursday at 8 p.m. On Friday night! at 7 p.m. Choir No. 2
gospel kingdom' and!
nlinn\ tin HcMM. irxl IrntitlM of this Session Mrs. meeting before vacation. Mrs rehearses On Saturday evening at 5 p.m. Choir No. 4 will
ski., trouklt H tin tuln Board were: knew little about the cross and
uily rwmn rehearse. At 8 the
twlN H to cooling mtMMhinf Arizona C. Stemons, Founder'its ( School Annual C.I. Williams, president, will : p.m. Young Adult Choir will rehearse
purpose Men's
\\r,,'r..I tin; itm. N* smut officiate.. Day will be August 24.Attend' ,
!how long try PALMU1 President Emeritus; Mrs Not until the Apostle Paul, night, August 24, at
WIN, rc'UI"11.1:; ::. and nt DMl ; Joanna Ransom, Newt,that other apostle, do we have I 8:00, the Mount Olive A.M.E. The Sunday School department
fat l blHirt rtlid mi lint lo55N lor Iran Brooklyn *< *< * CHURCH 'Sunday
.whet ,
Is of the Mt.Ararat
called the Church
Mrs Edith h properly Baptist
thi Itchlnt. Itrltttlwi n4 1011155 pMrlHil, York a s -1, i Church Junior Chor will present 1
I Iwcrtosi nil Ingtoo, D.C.; and Mrs LWlwtiaW. preaching of the cross," I.e., "I its organist Marvin B. Col Rer. Dallas J. Graham pastor,

ONL'44C 01 |I AT lilY PNltn' to Harrison. Houston, Texas..good news. And in Paul's greatmissage ,LIDs in a musical recital. Mr. will celebrate its flrty-flrtst
our Lord Is
no longer
I anniversary August 25.
ECONOMY UK IN OR ONLY We Collins, a 1964 graduate of NewStanton
seen as the Victim, but as
Ihel, According to the chairman :
YELLOW POWER, and three Army ,
!SET NEAO-TO.70E PROTECTION Victor, not merely after death, or' a year
mm Its .. tnngb MMCIIKMmm In one m-iuml. our Sun radiate over death but IN death His 'veteran, is presently attending Mrs. Lizzie Cummings, two Smooth
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Collins will be featuredat will assist each of the classes
,SE!; YOUR ENTIRE 'WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL. COLOR the organ and piano perform ,Rev AC Chandler of St. Paul

lug many,electlons'ltten bv.,'fins congregation of St. PaulA.E
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I NBA Of USA Inc. Meets In Kansas_ & _City. Mo. Sept.. 9-14 More**.Than. 6.3 Will. Membership.Represent I

Young People Will Present Ht. Sinai Baptist Bishop Collins Presides Al Congress Kansas City Mo -- Aug. 13 .- The 11th National Baptist
.. .. Convention ? Inc. will be held here September Mb
through 14th at the Municipal Auditorium, It was announced I

Program On Sunday Afternoon Men Anniversary ,today group by Dr. Joseph H. Jackson, Chicago, president of the

Men's Day will be celebrated Freedom Farm, purchasedin
Reflation Baptist Church 1401 Evergreen Avenue wlU be M Sinai The Convention, which annually
Sunday, August at Mt. 1961, is a 404 acre area
the seem Sunday. Agent 14, of the eelebrtUon of 1U annual Baptist. draws from 19 to 10 thousanddelegates the {for the resettlement families

Women's Day. Rev ohm A. Payne, pastor tynlted States,Is a throughout strong soundIng ';I evicted from their homes and

of Grace Baptist, will speak .I'i board for the nation's largest .dented the right to work because ,
'Three main services have been Mrs Mamie Grant. Mrs.W.M. In the morning.Deacon Wilbur organized body of Amerl-I I I' they attempted to register

sch Shiggs will give two selections Bellamy win sine;representing can Negroes. Dr. Jackson said, and vote."Operation.
In the morning, at 9:45 Sunday Mrs DaiRy M. Scurry will sing,. Mt. Bethel. Deacon William H. i the event would make major Production" began -

School Till open with Ifrs. Amanda Mrs. Gathering Miller will pre Cherry and the Mt Bethel Male contributions to understanding In 1964 when Llberlaa'President

Gray of Allan Chapel sent the speaker, Evangelist cbourits. will sine. The Mt Sinai idbi! //i ii '!|hj JotaUty of the Mack comnunlty -, W.V.S.acres Tubman of land
granted 100,000
AILS u guest superintendent.! H. Telfair. The ottering will betaken Male Carous will sing also.Elder -\ 'f'"M i J1.l/i: & u well u the white; to the National Baptists for agricultural -

Mrs. Willie Mldflebrook of Mt by Mrs. Eddie M. Single B.L. Robinson of Folkston .J ",l,!! ., :, community. production and for
Calvary will review the lesson ton and Mrs. Dlmlra Felton.Jeannle ?i'i f "Victory through Christ" Is,
will be the special curst. : / \ the training and education of thatllaUon'
; : the theme of the convention.
Guest teachers, will be Mrs. Taylor willglvearead- BTU Meets at 4:49 Jessie WU '! youth.

A.s. Griffin. Philadelphia Bap Ing. The Junior choir of the Mt. cox, president, will be in charge \''.\. .... "oiIt .. : 'V "We! will deal and with Christian better race'relations The Convention annually
tint, llrs. Willie M. Shim a dive Baptist Church will sing.' At fi:JS Rev. Robert Flagler / ," Dr. Jackson said sponsors many college scholarships -

Allen .Chapel AME and Mis. associate minister of St.Thomas 'J "Our membership, now '.1 through Its projected $10

Evelyn Millie of Revelation will speak. Steward P.J. million represented by 30,000 million Educational Foundation'
Friendship Primitive and operates youth student -
The AngeltteGospel Singersof Williams of Greater New Bethel Churches: has steadily Increased centers and the camps American

Starke. Fla..will be presentfor AIm and the lit Sinai Male throughout the years Baptist. Theological Seminary.

the'namingcervlce. TIle Choir ,HonoredThe chourus win be special guests. .\ by uniting Baptist churches and R is an Integral part of the
Twelfth .chrlsUu Club band win Others will be Elder Charles organisations. Year round ob-, Baptist World Alliance, and

lead the devotion. Mrs. Betty Reed, associate minister of the JecUres Includesupportothome works in close association with
Junior choir of the Friendship .and foreign mfulonsChrlstiu.Oducailon
Qanton will five the reponslve World Council of Churches
Primitive Baptist Church Church of God In Christ No. 4 and'' distribution of the ,
reading. Evangelist H. Telfair Sunday School will begin at l the National Council of
will observe Its first annlverwr -. Sunday school and other religious
will present the wtl com e ad- ] in the main auditoriumof 9.25.: Committee members ore ; literature, and, gen-1 'Churches and the United

dress will come from Mrs. Evelyn the church Sunday, August Deacon DemeryGeneral i Bishop George If., Collins, presiding bishop of the Eleventh, Episcopal District of the ISLE erally, to engage la Christian ,Nations Dr. .Jackson, an internationally
with Mrs. BessieWlll1a.m I "
: 24, at 4 p.m. Ifrs. Theodore chairman; Jose P. Long and Alexander Church, Is shown here addressing a large audience during one of tie sessions of the State ,endeavors known church leader,

of Second Baptist responding Oree will be the main speaker., Anderson, program; J Christian Congress which opened in Jacksonville on August U and ends August 15. Seated to projects Two of the undertaken most noteworthy by the (author and widely traveled

The Jujlor choir of St. Peter's Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes and. the right Is Bishop Gibbs, visiting prelate who came, with many others, to help make the are the, freedom farm speaker, has been president of
Mrs. Lola Webb will the Mrs. '. group
give Baptist church: .will be the serving Mary Helen Bellamy,mill Congress an historic event. Bishop H.N. Robinson will speak today at noon., .--Bob SmithPhoto. in Fayette County Toniu, and the convention since 1993.
occasion Mrs.
Joyce Taylor choir. Deacon ic. Sunday School leaders are ; In January of this year Dr.
Pr duction"IDLIblri. -
will make announcements.. Baptistes Trustees, George Owens and "Operation Jackson spoke before 100,000
Johnson of Emanuel Africa
Annie Edmonson of First Baptist Mrs. Willie D. Lucas. Joe Bailey Wet persons at the International E-,.,
will be mistress of cere will sing along with others.A Is secretary and treasurer.The Elder McClain Visits Queen Esther vangellstic Rally which climaxed

monies. Mrs.Edith JactaOD wW spiritual tea will close out Church 1* located at 1551 Dr. Susie C. Holly the Crusade of the A- I

present the speaker Mr. Ruby the affair. Miss. Severely Anderson Lee. Rev. Lane Is merlcas In Brazil. In June I
Benjamin : 'Church Plans
Brown. Observations will be Is president. Rev. H. pastor. iii 'SprlngPllker:! ,he was an honored speaker at
Robinson is pastor. the'annual "Pillars of American
made by Mrs. Evelyn Miller. I
Dual) DayQueen Freedom" in San Diego.
The offering will fee taken Mrs D. B. Barnes Big Dr.Susie C. Holly, first vice ,From 1954 to 1968 he served
by Mrs y. ?!.q CrumleJ aDd Wr.V. P Philadelphia Baptist Esther Church of God president of the National Bap-. U a member of the Central
Sally of Second Baptist.Mrs. ; e Ff la Unity will celebrate Dual Day' 'tilt Convention's Women's Auxiliary Coon-c11

E. Jackson Is chairman. The Speaks At Two Sunday, August 24, at the President of the Wo of Churches.

Pilgrim Charity Club will to Cornerstone LayingThe church, 1747 Mcquade. men's Florida Convention, a' ,' Dr. Jackson has conferred
a special guest Usher Board Meetings Sunday School begins at 10 native of Ft. Lauderdale, will: .with Pope John XXIH President -
No. 1 of Jersalem Baptist will Sunday " Alice Boston will be guest speaker Sunday mornIng Johnson and many heads
cornerstone of Phlladel-
be ( superintendent The1 in Day Spring Baptist
be [of state on the problems af-
a guest. '
Mrs. D.B.Barnes, wife Rev. "phia Baptist Church, 5S77 Mon "morain. services begin at 11- Church, at 11 a.m. jfectlng, better relations and the
The young people will give D.B. Barnes of Peace Mission .cruet, will be laid Sunday, Oct. a.m. Elect Lady Alexander will Music will be In charjeof the ?unity, of this country in the interest -

theor program at S p.m. The ary Baptist Church, will be 24, at S p.m. Abe J the principal speaker The ladles choir. Mrs RIP Askew ; of Justice and freedom

Angelltes will open the tfo- heard In two messages Sunday Rev. J.W. Johnson is pastor Bostonettes will sing.A :and Mrs Willis will preside.. i for all. I

gram. Mrs. Crawford will On Sunday morning Mrs. Barnes Fidelity Lodge No. 251 will be : musical program will be Officials are Mrs. LJ>.Mun- I Dr. Jackson is pastor of Chi
the scriptures. Miss Daisy Bell featured at 3 Mrs Marie gin chairman Mrs D. L.
will deliver the at In charge. Choir NO.1 and the p.m. I ago's .Olivet Baptist Church.,
the mlstiess of ceremonies, message J.W. Johnson chorus will sing. Boston and Mrs. J. Barney; Lauray, cochairman and Mrs.

Mrs. W.M. Davis, Miss. Joyce church.At the Union. Progesslve Baptist Rev. B.R. Hartley, pastor of'> will lead devotlonals. Mrs. R.' Cyrus A. Weaver, Pastor-for- Excelsior Singers
the mistress the-Day.
Cohen will Introduce -
Taylor will give the welcome
with the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Friendly Baptist, will speak. of ceremonies,Mrs.Mar'garet -. Wives and trustees and deacons I IOn
response coming Mrs Barnes will speak lathe TIle public Is loYlted.Mallolla ;! Smith. Mrs. Valerie will ..cUa the place of their In Program II

evening! worship, the occasion ['Greene will deliver the wel- husbands All deaconesses are I
Friendly belnIWOD en.Day. Bapt., '' icome. Other participants will urged to wear uniforms at both

Mrs. Barnes, prominent In bet Miss Denise Brown, response services.. The Sunday School Prayer MeetsThe
Choir Union Reviva"It I church work in the city, Is Dual Day'Plan ; Mrs. Williams,solo j begins at 'i30 with guests pre
1 superintendent of the PeaceSun Mrs. Jean Barney, solo; sent. BYPU takes place' at 6 Excelsior GospelSlnjers
Deborah Hendley and the P.m.-
day School public relation are presenting a program,
Daniels Sisters, readings Women ushers will serve
The annual Dual .Day will be "When Prayer Bands Meet"tn'thl
Westslde'ChoiiUnion chairman of the Baptist 1U.o.1aters
The Friendly during the
o Mn. Ernestine Hendley, day Rev CyrusA.
at of the Church
will hold Its mass revival Wives aDd the General State celebrated Magnolia Baptist solo; Mrs Rosetta Cohen,solo;. Weaver is pastor Mrs.S.A.. and Blue Streets
Sunday August 24. of God, ,
Sunday, August 24, at 2.30 Baptist Contention Women's Mrs. ,W.L. Peoples will serve Mrs. Eloulse Cohen, guest so-! Coachman is reporter.: Sunday, August 24, at 3 p.m.
In the auditorium of Diriment and state coordinatorfor lout Mrs.Townsene solo The
main Royal ;
Jean Randolph
Tabernacle, Baptist Church the George 0. Summer Scholarship. as ,Putor'-for.tte-Day. Mrs. fay True Church of the Living. God Mt. Morlah MlthodisHolds t( will Missionary serve as,mistress of ceremonies. -
J.W. Marshall will be asslst-.
for the choir will sing. Mrs. Patricia
Fund Sunday .
1320 21st. Rev. Lee McQueen Is < .' Evangelist Bessie E.
pastor and advisor..*L .. School VnVfcTC Congress of ,\ant. Mrs. W"1 C*Murray w1ll1 r Y'' ,Jerriderl will sing. Mrs,Yar-, ) Men's I : iy' 'Mason of "the Church of God

Groups serving will be Senior the state, U well U reporter be chairman for the. I nadine, cochairman, will make; 'will be the speaker.

for the church.. Gloria Taylor win be chairman remark,. ',,, ,' Among participating groups
Choir No. 1, the Combined choir Mt. >(ethodlstchurc1 h'.
for the Deacon L. in' MemoriamuMr u0riah
young be Harvest Time Prayer
of Second Baptist,Callahan,and .. on Oldsf, Augustine's Road;, will
L. Hackley will head the men. Band Prayer Band,'
Funeral'Services : Community
the combined usher boards of will be the scene Sunday, August '
They Day begins with the Sunday Light House Prayer Band,
Royal Tabernacle. The Latl- 24, of Men's Day Rev,
School at 9:30 with F Church of Christ Written In
a m. at 11]
Held McCall will speak
more Singers and Mrs. Alberta Friday 0. T, Heaven Prayer Band Faith
Mrs. Ida Scott
as guest super Edward Roblnsoi I
Latimore, musician and directress McFARLAND-MUs. Elms Me a.m. Prayer Band, Deliverance
Indendent. Deacon Frank Campbell Jacksonville will speak at 3 Rev. H.L
will be the host Elder L.M. McClain of Philadelphia) visiting P.m.
group. Farland, of 1051 Striven St.dled will review the lesson. Herod will speak at 7 ', ., Prayer Band.
Mts. RubyStewart, Union president as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Emma Watkins, and grand. p.m Also featured will be Mrs.
August 19th following a sudden Guests teachers will be Mrs. George Longworth chairman
will be In charge. mother Mrs. Lucinda Reed, 1362 West 25th. Dl-Elder Mc : Cain, Mrs. Thelma Ed-
Nathan- )Illness She was a retired dress- J.C. Flnney, Mrs. A. Adams, Clain Is accompanied by her minister of music, Mrs. Virginia Rev. Ernest Newman is antwards and No. 1 Choir of the
Other participants art maker and member of New Hope Miss Thelma Daniel Miss. tor.
Whllw here
H. Robinson, and daughter, Amosclta. they Church of God.
iel Jackson, Octovetts, Miss., ;fAKE, Church, Rev Tyruspastor. Barbara Young, Mrs. Leona Danlels >i will visit other relatives In Dayton Beach and Miami, before .
Nita Burke, Mrs. Thelma Edwards :Survlvoi s Include abrother,Pro will be the guest speaker returning to Philadelphia) Pa. '

Elder Charles Reed, ,fessor Alvin Leroy McFarland; :In the morning service. Mrs. SEAFOOD CENTER

Elder Leroy Robinson, Elder nephews Rev.Cahia McFarland; Nettie Spates win sing. The
Alex Alexander, Mrs. Jessie' Joseph McFarland Reynolds: of Williams Chorus will be la Rev. Mitchell" Florida AME SS'Mass' I \i\\

Mae Walker, Mrs. Estella Bar- Hamilton, N.J.: niece, Mrs Loretta charge of music. Usher Board _

nes, Alfonso F. Jones,Deacon Palmer of Savannah, Ga., ,No. 1 of Mt. Ararat will serve. To Celebrate At Mt:' Pleasant SHRIMPSPECIAL 89Whltlnl.

Perry Robinson, Mr*. May Be sisters-in-law Mrs Fannie Mae Other participants will beScr Fresh .............................. lb.
len Frost Bellamy, Rev. J. RobInson McFarland; .Kra. EvelynMcFar-: : Ipture Mrs. A.B. Reed Consecration .

I Mrs. Mary Lousle B. land; and other relatives. Mrs. Ode Brown; Leader. Years ............................................ 49

Williams and Joseph P. Long. Funeral!Will BeFrlda/Atlp. Devotion, Mrs. L. Green; Mrs; The Southslde Mass; South Drum c'-"......... .........................lB.
; the East
meet- Jacksonville District of
I The quarterly By Rillman-Pratt, Funeral Home M. Slater, Prayer for Sick and '
Conference will convene '
Florida ,
and banquet will Monday
Ing in the Oscar L HUlman,Director. Mrs. R.J. Crawford, presentation Rev. Alma Mitchell will celebrate August 31, at Mt. Pie- KiYWESTY.IIowTall Snapper 95 C
7:30 on
I September 15, at of speaker, Mrs. P.Johnson i I her eighteenth annlver- Church Fruit. 1 Ixtre Fency ....,..N..I.I..INNN..I LB.
main unit of the Second Baptist l In Memoriam The offering will be taken by .>try u leader of the Morning unto A.M.E. ,

Church. Callahan, with Mrs. Mrs. C. Pitch and Mrs. OL.L Star Band in the annex of Mt. ,Cove, Fla. ,
senior .Mrs. Susie Mack. G.N.Co1l1D wW preside liable McQueen 45ClOAKIIS
Emily Sheffield and the Mrs..C. Pugh and Mrs. O. ... :Ararat Baptist Church beginning Bishop IAROI MULLET .............................. LB
choir No. 1 of the church: in One year has passed, I love Jones. Mrs. A. Armstrong will Wednesday night, August Rev. W.F. Foster is presiding In loving i memory of my dear

charge Rev. W.M. Jones is you still, God called you home .be mistress of ceremonies.At 37, and continuing through Fri elder; Rev.CalvlnS.McFarlandIs wile and our mother Mrs. liable .............................................. LB.5S'

pastor. Mrs Ruby Stewart is It was His divine will. We miss,. 3 p.... the young people day Among night, August 2.. will Host Pastor. We Christian extend McQueen, who passed away nine CAT PlSH'................................................. LB:75'

president. The motorcade will S57 you badly; Husband, Walter win be la charge.At Wednesday participants, Her. W. Laved bet, 'The welcome to will all open our at 10 a.m. years. It seems so. lonesome liD WS(Fir Balcln,) ........................... LB.59'

leave Philadelphia Baptist, and Family 6pm. the men will beta Jr., St.Mark's' Choir No. a, mass School Deacon Tel since you left as. We realise SPANISH MACKEREL ............................... LB.49'
with ,
1 North Moncrief at 7 p.m. Sunday you're gone to stay. There's a ,
charge. Mrs Thelma Edward., The Me.
with Deacon Clarence Thomas *.*.*.* *. Others to appear will be Mrs. Bride Singers, Mrs. Ruth Rust, fare Howard, !In charge. The at' space that can't be filled. Your SPIC.TIOUT ........................................... LB.75'
'In charge. Z.E. Taylor Mrs. W. Regress Mrs. Doretha Davis, Mrs. morning. service will sweet voice and loving smile FRESH FlLUTS ti......................................... LB.'a'

and the Christian serving Wo.anen Charlene Brooks, Deacon V.McCray .',I .n'a.m. with Rev C.Chapel A.,. ,God blessed us with you for just SCALLOPS .............11..................1 Lb. 'kg. $1.65
Society special guests Miss Shirley Mitchell. pastor of New Allen a while. Be took you out of this

WETAKEDEALSOTHERSREFUSE'No'WaltlngCredlt 'Her., G. L. ,Boyd of Summer Thursday) Elder C.PeterlOlI, M.E. Church, Bayard, Florida world of strife and gave you COCKTAIL FlNGEIS ../........................ $2.00 Can
Elder Earnest Campbell, Mrs. presiding, assldted by Rev. I : and eternal life. Be knew
vile will for the ;
Approved on Spotl men. Baptist Mrs. G. Riley speak will speak ITergle Clemmons, Mrs. Jennie Gundy. Sermon by Rev. Rufus .that you daservee the best, for CLAW CRABMEAT ............. 1l.. Cn $250
King, Mrs. Vera Morris, Mrs. Shanks, pastor of Mt. Zion A. this earth had passed
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a : medium-sized home in he( or
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an owner, reviews dally the menu. with Her bead chef, John Lloyd Tabb, right.General
Foods Kitchens took time out, to tfommend I Mrs. Douglass and take pictures There It an SHORT RIBS OF.BEEF COFFEE'BEEF
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year and it doesn't make the job livemryLup Then, if you: feel h
sting complaints about SWIFT '
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any easier if you complain aboutit realfy/cteijive: ;; you .can put 'creative urges from he man in ___
The best to started is wallcoverings on the doors r
way get life, the masculine
your use more
1 I. to pull everything out of the dressers'0nJ accessories such' as patterns C from United.DeSoto. .. v Steak 69o 'r
closets Throw away all the junk 'mirror.frames In the closet Included are houndstooth .
youve accumulated since last proper,. wallpaper hat boxes checks low-key stripes mural '"
> shoe boxes end shelves. like scale animal .
large patterns
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can even see the walls Since you 'fko,4o.\ ;hrd" particularly adapt. ,and others And you're sure
I j now have empty closets why not a routine Spring to find color combinations whichare
show your Individuality and provide .cleaning into a minor redecor appealing to both you and i
j yourself with a little. incentive ating They're pre pasted for ease that rugged heman.lf'you're : .. 1 .
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.j ings jo renovjite!! ; close' is used) and'in many oasis, ) homemakllig''Yjmtronlc: Washer and Dryer
one of thertatest. t tilings! iii]some strippable (removable in full your own .feng% gj j jt wean be-don j* eptafcl. decor andotWiite' .inexpensive\ ,, ",width''strips ,in':seconds should (Make sure yOix see the wild new';1'li.ncl homemaker':\'Ol'krobm.IIJI"tit.has for: apparel* of all types. DETERGENT._ FRESH TENDER'' v \3t H I
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"tunes In" the Versatronio
menus writing letters or doing Washer to any' desired wash or R9T"S9c
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During the heat of the sum Top off a perfect sandwich roll with a glossy California ripe Grilled In FoilGrill I"
mer, most homemaken keep oliv. The meaty texture and nutlike flavor of the ripe olive f SR ,
two thing uppermost in their combine, appetizingly! with canned tuna and celery for "
minds when planning meals: to delicious wad mixtur Easily and quickly made, the** Mulch Keeps Soil
beat the heat and to hold that
jine-the waist-line I sandwich rolls ar*gnat for eating. Temperatures Down
Cool as a breeze flowing direct Canned California ripe dives ar* so simple to tab on a "Mulch" a 2 to 3-inch layer -
from a blizzard I i. a luncheon picnic or to a brbecu.Just serve them right from the can for of material such as peat
plate of chilled madrilene accompanied a snack or a relish.Since thy an low in calories,everyone can moss, sawdust or other organicmatter.
by fruit salad on a enjoy them\ In Rome areas, groundcorn
skewer. Pretty as a picture, cobs, 'buckwheat hulls l or
when made with summer's RIPE OLIVE SALAD ROLLS
too cocoa bean shells are used.
bountiful variety of fruits H cup canned pitted W cup mayonnaise! Straw Is widely applied! in the
Choose fruit such as peach, ? California ripe olives 6 hot dog bunt fall as a through the-winter
watermelon and cantaloupe !24 (7-ounce)can tuna Butter or margarine mulch.The use of bark chunk
pieces, banana and whole 2 hard cooked egg Western iceberg lettuce is becoming more widespread
straw bellies. Let them mari- % chopped celery as bark is not only beneficialas
nate in a combination of lemon fir r ) cup a,mulch, it's decorative as
juice and Fresca-that frosty, ) Cut ripe olive into large piece Drain tuna and flak. Peel .
bold citrus flavored beverage and dice egg Combine ripe olivet, tuna, and tiP with celery well.A good mulch benefits the
so refreshing at any time but and mayonnalt Cut roll in half leaving one tide attached ands soil in a number of ways It
especially on hot days. hollow,allghtly. Spread roll with butter and heap with filling. conserve moisture by slowing
The quick I jellied I madrilenecan fIF Tuck crisp lettuce leaf inside each roll.Makes 6 ssndwichee.Banana .. "r evaporation of water; it ease
be made the day In advance r cultivation by suppressing the
and when served, add a dollopof Cream Easy as Pie M vt growth of weeds; it prevent
sour cream.Offer a selection the "crusting" of soil, helping
of crackers and for a beverage An all.time American favorite, banana cream pie Is reallyas water penetrate into the root
an Icy glass of Fresca. easy a*pie to prepare.A garnish of banana slices and whipped tone; and it insulates against
V Its such a satisfying meal, topping make this one a* pretty as delicious Corn starch In the hot summer sun. Soil temperatures
that one find i it hard to believe i rY the filling gives It the creamy smooth goodness under a 2-inch mulch
calorie will be 6 to 8 degrees lower
the are so negligiblewell Banana Cream Pie
within 225 of them. Even sA flavorful, tender shish.kabobs over the coal for an interesting than soil without mulch, thus
little low-cal sherbet may be t _V 1 (inch) baked pie shell !'/ cups milk change from the usual outdoor-cooked fare. They'll be eliminating root-killing high
added, if desired. H cup sugar S en yolks, slightly moist and flavorful with all the delicious juice sealed in the foil. temperature at the surface
starch beaten A succulent delight! *
!M cup corn
QUICK JELLIED t .; 4l + < salt > teaspoon vanWa All you do is thread cube of any tender meat and vegetable*
MADRILENE de rl /, teaspoon on skewers, brush with a flavorful marinade, wrap In foil and
envelope unflavored gelatin I banana refrigerate over night To cook, brown over Are, return to foil Garden Bark, a bark mulchmade
lA cold water and cook until done Have lot of French bread ready to dunkin by the WeyerhaeuserCompany
1' cup beef bouillon cube -d.-A-......----_...._,.,._... Mix sugar,corn starch and salt water In double, stirring boiler constantly top.Gradually until, the zesty sauce that forms in the foil. ,comes in two grade*.
stir In milk Cook over boiling
1 chicken hot bouillon cube .To serve, cut Into cubes 01 I reel and halve peach, cut thickened. Cover; cook 10 minutes longer, sirring occasionally.
1 cup water spoon into soup cup Combinesour \ banana into four pieces crossw -
1 ((8-os.) can tomato sauce --
cream and been or pais 'Ise. Combine lemon juice and
1 tablespoon lemon juice ley. Spoon on top of each serv Fresca; add peaches banana ,
1/4 sour cream:
1cup cup chopped cooked green 'I ing. 4 servings and melon balls, marinate 30
beans or paisley FRUIT' CABOBS min. To sene.skewer a peach
half piece of banana, melon
Soften gelatin In cold water. 2 whole fresh peaches
Dissolve beef and chicken bouil- 1 large banana balls and strawberry 4 serv
lon cube In hot water; add to 4 large watermelon balls ings.
softened gelatin;and stir until I 4 large cantaloupe balls Fruits may be served with US.DA I CHOICE BEEF
dissohed. Stir in tomato sauce 4 large strawberries any desired low calorie dressing I Ia
and lemon juice. Pour into I 1/2 cup Fiesca 01 an additional amount of
shallow pan, chill until film. 1 tablespoon lemon juice fresh lemon juice.

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I Miami's OperationBadge Gets Results With Recruits Coming To City Police

Dr. And -Mrs' Dmge\ Mimi -
Trains Police

I Chief Garmire Pious Doubling" Color' Film! Captures ThrillsOf

Present Hack Men As' 6fficersAnnounce Anniversary. Grumbling Hornet, Classic

MIAML Flt...llil* city's national campaign to attract more '1fEi Qf LEANS-NPU !1 All of the excitement of Grambllng College's SI to 7 victory
I black police offlcers--0peratlon: Badge"-ends. first year 65th wedding anniversary 61 Dr. 9 over Sacremeuto State College in the first annual Pasadena
soon u a community success, according to in official report Matthew S. flange, former Bowl last December has been captured on a new color movie
Just realeased her. president of Clark, Rust andHoustonTUlotson now available for free showing.
colleges and
The study,prepared the Cityof ,police officers about their work his wife, the former Alice Vera A special 23-minute film 1 I I Bowl victory over the Baltimore
Miami's Community Affairs' and why they chose the Miami: Armstead, was celebrated offered free' through the .'Colts. .
Division, says that In less than police department. .' Aug. 10. The two were married Chrysler Corporation Film A baseball film captures great
one year "Operation Badge" Officer Charles Bryant "1 J 69 years ago In Shreveport, Library, shows the action in moments in American League
has reaped eight additional felt that becoming a' Miami 'In the Methodist Church by the the Rose Bowl on December 7, history with such immortals as
black police officers with 17 ,police 'officer would be the Revs. Berry Hubbard and 1968 as the Grambllng Tigers Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrlng, Bob
more due soon. best way of helping people and Horton. Both are alumni of New romped over the Hornets 34-7 Feller, Joe DIMagglo. Ted
Fire officers have already I like this Job more and more" Orleans university, Dr. Davag4 in the game that is known as Williams and Mickey Mantle '11
Joined the 670-man force, and Officer'Willard Myles: "I was ', ,graduating In 1900, and Us wife, the "Little Rose Bowl" of The Spurrlows, !a group of 34 '
t three more will graduate Sept. a lab technician and I foundit in 1904. college football. This film is talented performers who tour, ,i
14 from the police academy, very hard to get advance Dr. Davage has served for a only one of twelve being made \the country promoting driver ,
the report says. avallabel to fee public by safety through song; are featured -
ment. So I decided I would] Join number of years as secretary, :\
Twelve candidates took the Chrysler In a 27 minute film '
Education Methodist
the Miami police department. Board of '
civil service exam Ang fl, and Officer Homer Latter; "When church, and had supervised! In AFL Season Highlights, Brochures listing the 12 films
five more recruits will enter superstar Joe Namath leads the with instructions for ordering
1 first wen t on patrol I was many of the Black educational .,
the academy and Oct. L assigned to a very exclusive Institutions under the denoml- 'Cinderella Jets" to the pinnacle are available at all Chrysler- v

Top city officials believe residential neighborhood and I,I; nation's charge. His tenure as of professional football ;Plymouth and Dodge dealerships .
"Operation Badge" not only was wondering,' quite honestly, president of Houston- Tillotson success with a stunning Super [ -
has captured the attention oil I If the community would accept : Immediately preceded and '

potential young officers: buta me. They treated me as if I: followed the merger of two I 'Black Americas 'Top Teen Driver
of the :
significant segment lived In the neighborhood" schools.Tillotson and Samuel '
community now is itw&reKbeCity Officer Perry';Anderson: "I Houston colleges--Into the present 1
of Miami Is quite serious wanted work that'was challeng' one. MIAMI, -recruits In the City of Miami's ll-week police academy undergo completeand ,
about "Operation Badge." 1nr "< The Dr. and Mrs. Davage now rigorous training. Judo Is essential and Winston Griffin displays his prowess as he flips a ..
Prior to the program, only Officer Vernest Alexander: "I: reside in retirement on the classmate during one such workout.Griffin,one three young men to enter the academy due to the
one or two black candidates couldn't age going to the same: campus of Dillard_ university.. lure of"Operation Badge"--Miami's project to recruit more black police learning,
trickled in each year and_often building every dav. But notice Spanish, ballistics, law and criminology, as well, all necessary knowledge for a good police'
several of thel3-weekaCademy work is interesting It', some- .officer.-MIAUI-METRO DEPT. OF PUBLICITY TOURISM PHOTO. y,4f

I white classes enrollment.would contain an all thing different every. day. .

City officials are particularly ,OJ Alabama Stale Nn

enthused! since more than 200 The 'VeteransCorner : ? .
inquiries, from as far as California !
and New York, have University Signs'
streamed In sinceCity Manager .
M.L. Reese announced the pro-
gram at a press conference ,I' By DICK WOLFN'DOWN
Nov. 13, 196$.. Local Basketballer

"I think Operation Badge is a Q: I completed high school before EAST FOR LANDLOCKS
tremendous Idea and I want to
but did
see it successful," said Miami not receive enter1nc'service college train' Alabama State University basketball coach, Bernard Boozer,: Al' red Chevvy rolled out of Portland toward Sebago Lake
police chief Bernard Garmire. any, work announced the signing of Larry Jackson yesterday to a grant*' and I tettied back in my teat wondering what It would be -
10 I would like to to
"And I've let It be known I'm ( the Federal Governmentnow go ,m-ald basketball scholarship to the University. grey ghost, black ghost, or perhaps a tonefly. I looked back to
In more blackcandi- for tee that everything was In order with the Garcia Ambauadeur
/I Interested., Garmire said. that I, am out of service.Is Jackson, a 6'1". guard from 8 assists Per game, while lead- the 19-foot fibergiau Mako riding amoothly on IU carrier.
Chief Garmire stressed he .ttatt t! 'any special program Carver High School of lloot. f log carver High to the Class Soon we would be backing up to the l&k'a edge and plunging
under which I can qualify for after the boat into the cold blue water which held Maine'i numberone
the gomery was sought by
wants to at least double 4-A quarterfinals last year,
government employment? fish -the landlocked 111m
practically school the game on.
number of black police officers every Jackson was coached for three
A: Yes. Under aprograiqbegun Southern Ice'out wu three week ago and the lake'a lurface
his 670-man force. There Intercollegiate at Carver Edward .
on a little more than a year ago, Athletic Conference and the year by temperature had rlten just put 45 degree. Condition were
are 75 at present. government agencies may hire Southwestern Athletic Conference Wood. Wood commented that till good for trolling streamers, and we hoped mightily that
"If a good man comes through Viet-Nam era veterans for Jobs Jackson Is one of the best Sebago'a ipotted nlver-pink
X that door-be he red, white, .qualifications and less than one along with practically ball handlers and guards that he salmon would cooperate.> ,.. --' "p
Junior in the
blue or pink--if he's go&tg 4e year of training beyond high every College has ever coached. We had chosen a mallow

make a good, police officer, schooL To secure such an appointment South. Being a good pressure player, bank launching ante, and '/ BLACK AMERICA'S SAFEST TEEN DElVER, Geneva Morton -
then he's going to get the pre- Booser. who became Head Jackson Is expected to help when the boat off on
) the veteran must a- Coach 'Alabama swung a 18, of Abbeville, South Carolina, was named one of the
at State this
ference the veteran lawman Alabama State this In taut anchor line, we parked
year nation's Ten Teen .
gree to take at least the equivalent n Top Driving Champions last week during
year and very pleased at thisyear's the car and carrier In a clearIng ,
said. making for the loss Willie >
up the 18th ANNUAL
of full of etlJcatloncr TEEN DRIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
one year < e, In Dear-
recruiting commented near the road and at 1
After City Manager Reese Scott now of the Dallas got
training Be can do tb1I '" borne Michigan sponsored by The United States Jaycees and '
our tackle. We fettled s.
that, "We were very fortunate on + ..
announced "Operation Badge, Chapparals. ; b
under the G.I. Bill)thus receiving to extra capacity Delta 5 reels the Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor Company Re-i
Jackson because of the
his key aides in the Community get B oo s e r, said Jackson would
both.a,:VA educational, \ assistance ::: ,recruiting competition for his for our No. 8 floating line presenting the state ct Souls Carolona, Geneva placed number.
Affairs Dlclslon-Ted Nichols .allowance as well as continue to. play guard for:.the 'and 9-foot Conolon Blue ;,. ... "7", in the girls' division In which 49 other state winners cornS
and Police U. Leroy Smith-. "Ir : .a Horwt4 j ..I. l M; 2i39 ban action rodat "? ...
bug 'peted
his government salary.For fur 17 points .,.t s'T:s '. ? 'I ---o.. $ A,; dolt uli d'
Information Mckson) averaged and *+* co '
began a major public We aboard the tackle .
: ther informatlonrreteranas ; ,{ pal and .. .e .11' WI .v"-t'! "" ryNNeMMMMRra'p' t
program. should contact the Veterans Ad. ,Al turned over the 105 hone t' d" ii I ,. ... I, .. .
The City of Miami currently power Chrysler The Sebago stretches out over 28,000 acre
ministration ,regional office
running each week a quarter- where their records are main- The Sports Parade ByCEPEDAS 'NPI and this wu Jut the iwlft transportation needed to move on Education Romdvp
page advertisement, along with during the day in search of the ialmon.
tained or the nearest Civiltjrtce '
stories about why various black It wa early morning u the trim Mako knifed lowly up lake
officers Joined the departmentIn Commission office. DELIVERING : in the departing mitt The ray of the aun were in the top of By NPI.
the Miami Times, a prestigious 4'Ufore than a year ago the ATLANTA-NPI-Tbe( trade that brought Orlando Cepedaftom"St. the surrounding fir and spruce tree, but below on the forest
black community news- "Veterans Administration announced Louis to Atlanta is paying off for the Braves, u the "Baby floor form were still ilip-covered In black and gray.
paper. the establishment of Bull" continue to deliver for the Atlantans. By the end of June, W. had let out gray ghost to troll and almost Immediately NOMINEE DEFENDEDCHICAG4NPQBlack
The Metro Transit' .Authority United States Veterans Assistance Cepeda, who has a lifetime batting average of over .290, AT wu snatched up by an early ri er. leaders have rallied to the defenseof
has donated space on its fleet Centers In 21 major citIes had made 11 game-winning hits for Atlanta. He,was traded to He wa a real cavorter, leaping and splashing In a circle Alvin J. Boutte, Black-board nominee, whose 1965 arrest in
of buses for other poster advertising throughout the country. Are; Atlanta In exchange for catcher Joe Torte around our boat In the quiet, the plashes* u he fell back to connection with a drug theft has Jeopardized his appointment,.
these USCACs still operating? water et up a commotion Finally, Al had him In the boat,
u well "SECCWD PLAYERCOACHSEATTLENPOStar and Boutte was never indicted nor convicted on the charge Edwin;
to four
Row do I find out if there Is ran pound
But Badge" also] ) playmaker Lenny Wilkins last week C. Chicago UrbaDLeagueuecuUvedirectorandVeroon'Jar
"Operation Berry,
one in or near community? That wu all the tucceu we would have with ghosts,
in its ,became the second Black In the National Basketball grey of directors for the Citizens
has reaped a harvest A: Yes these 21 USVAC's stare player-coach and leon we yanked them and substituted gaudier black ett, a member of the board
police cadet., program by \ *y representatives of the association, when he succeeded Al Bianchi! as head coachof ghotU I began swishing my 'rod back and forth for more' 'School committee, said the "smear campaign" against Boutte
attracting its firs6 three black VA, Civil Service CommissionI the Seattle Supersonic. Wilkins, who has scored 10,436 action a* this second ghost vanished in rippling water. It wu looked "suspiciously racist" At the same time, Alderman
candidates. Two areyoungmen'one Department of Labor and oth-,r points in nine pro seasons and averaged 22,4 points per game the right combination the line tang II it iped from the reel Edward T. School, who helped block Boutte's confirmationby
20 and the other 19. The'. Jeragencies, are still, operating with the Supersonics season, follows Boston's BUlBussell and the rod' spine clattered against the gunwale where I ant the City council, demanded that State's Attorney Edward
third is the department's first'' In fact, after more than a who was the first Black player-coach. He ian out and leaped -the sun dazzling his dripping body V. Ranrahan investigate. the arrest and the reason chargeswere
black female cadet, also] 19: year's experience they are u I lowered the rod tip just In time to keep him from not pressed
Here is a sampling of< SECOND THOUGHTS busting too taut a line. He flopped back In the water and
.comments from several black' more effective than ever TRENTON; N.l.NPIThe) tte* Jersey Senate last week circled, and when he cut across his own circle I hauled back FRAT ADvmoR :..
I,had second thoughts about former world heavyweight' boxing and took In line He ran again and then he wa coming out andI COLLEGE PARK, Md.rCMPQ-An alumn of Johnson C. "
champion Jersey Joe Wolcott. It confirmed Jersey Joe as a dipped the rod tip u before. Another spurt and leap and I Smith and Howard Universities, Israel F. Lee, Jr. 25, has
music member of the state's youth commission, after Laving failedto had him exhausted on hit side in the water lapping at the boat. been appointed staff advisor for the 44 all-white sororities
,WGetting to sound right in a act on Us nomination In July because the senators did not We decided to run up one of the larger feeder streamers and and fraternities on the campus of the university of Maryland
studio is a matter of getting a know who Arnold Cream was. Arnold Cream Is Volcott's real try our luck at the flnt pool below the rapid About' a mile The tlO,500-a-year post puts him in position to get Blacks
we secured the boat and into wader. There
up struggled ,
name.TCOttOUGHT. Included in the Greek-letter social organizations.
perfect balance of elements.eThe ,?? within sarshot'of fast water, we dug into some of the best
deep pool action we'd ever encountered. We released many *.
and kept four good size salmon EDUCATION SECONDARY
I '
same! thing expect, applies MEXICO CITY-NPl)-Jose Napoles'of Mexico last week A NEW YOR -( Pl-'l111rteeD-year-old) Gordon Right once had
we got ready to a new sound reached u* from the
to getting a great gin..a perfect rejected a proposed world welterweight title bout with ex- rapid. And when from a safe distance we Investigated, we the idea that nation' was of primary Importance, but when
balance of elements. flavor cbamplon! Emile Griffith of New York, saying Griffith was too pied a stately black bear matching salmon from the quick he won a $3,370 scholarship to the exclusive Groton school,
tought. Napoles, who won and then successfully defendedthe water with primeval fishing tackle --hi* lightning quick paw. be discovered that education comes second Of primary Importance -
the works.That's what I find in welter title against Curtis Cokes of Dallas, said: "...A "Let1 get going," aid Al, "the rest of. the fishing club for the youth, whose family is on welfare, is the
Gordon's Gin.Roy ." match with him could be like going to nr." might how up." wardrobe required for each student at the prep school"such
things like sports Jackets, slacks, and luggage.
: : LOom NAMED
In* ,Eaton i Compour.: //'Wn Musk Director el lento A Bow/ti, lne' ,one ol CHICAGO (NPQ)--Former heavyweight champion Joe Itcylithas
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programs from Los Angeles starting In September. ." t
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; Athlete' Uses Athletics As Part Of Success With Satellite Recreation Unit JI

Young Engineers Found Help Through Sports Classic Dynamics,Lose Panthers In

Problems And Tried ;.Grueling Weekend TiltS


To Help Youngsters I The Panthers smarted the Dynamite 100-50 in the Junior I
6" Boys Summer JubtbaD! League last weekend
It bas been an Interesting year for Bernard McLena...... ; ,". \ :\" The undefeated Panthers, with Leroy Mc Daniel, Panthers, 39
interesting, frustrating exciting (sometime too much so) ;'l .. '\: ;: f" "' a 8-0 record, were led by Rob- 7.4; J. Youngston, Bulldogs, 39

and In the end. ..rewarding. A district engineer for the Cene .. (r..ati..i.. ert VflsoL with 18 points,and by 7.4; Robert Dixon, Dynamics
rtl Electric Company's t' Bernard with a total of 7.4 Bernard Wright, Panthers
Lamp Division offices In New York i\1\ ., ,". Wright, ;
City, Me.Lean was given a one-year leave of absence from GE .. :, '1;:, 16 points. S'7,'7.1; Jerry Toby,Panthers 29
to work for the city's Satellite program In Harlem. I OtberslCoorlDelDd01lbletlpr 61
"' \ .\. ; lli\.J';), I' 'i;. \,', ,' es were Jerry Toby, 13; Carl And S. Bowers, Bulldogs, 29,
'. "
Now back at Ms engineering One key to the problem proved 1',1 .'f" 'J'' 'I/, !"I .1,'" ". ; '1 Jackson, 12; Amos Smith 12. 5.4 Roy Dixon, Dynamics, 26,
job in his Manhattan office, be to'be'' athletics. McLean's background For the Dynamics Bogart DI- 5.1; B. Tarver, Wildcats, 26,
speaks of the past year ash is basketball-he 5.1 Carl Jackson Panthers
atten- zoo had a total of 15 points. ,
he were In another world ru ded college on abtsketballscholushlphelped S Ff Team standings to date are: 26 5.1; Michael. Wilson, Panthers -
jjf always be in Harlem, he him establish b N Panthers, 5-0; Bulldogs,; ZZ, 4.1; R. Wilson, 20,4.0
lays "to do u much in my a rapport with the boys. He Dynamics 05. Charles Scantling, Panthers,20
spare time*as possible. I feel organized ."eralleague.,even Junior Leaders are 4.0; Leon Jones, Dynamics, 18
I bare Just "CWl"lie got some of the Harlem GlobeTrotters J. Kendrlck, Bulldogs, Slpolnts 3.3; Cedrlck Speights, Wildcat)
Lean Joined GE in 1965, to travel half way across average, 12.3; J. Henderson, 17, U Vincent Myers,Busters,
Immediately after graduatingfrom \ the nation to put on demonstration Coley Jones, Dynamics, 3), 7.4 15, 3.0 Morris Kelly, Busters,
New York Instlture with games and work 15, 3.0; G. West, Ousters, 15,
a bachelor of science degreeIn with the boys. One of his teams 3.0; R. McCoy Dynamics, 11,
Electrical Engineering, and came In second at the International 21.; J. Mason, Wildcats, 10,
for three years he tutored high Little Guys TournamentIn Ellis Scheduled 2.0.; W. Hart, Bulldogs, 914.
school dropouts Harlem three Chicago J. Kendrick played in four
nights a week in his spare time. Headquarters for his operation 'I games only.
His volunteer work was so effective was the Black Cultural Recreation Duel I
he was urged by the cItY Center located a ram- or Boxing
government to serve as a 4Xftitorsfor .-. shackled old building! on llth Baylor Doubtful
one of its satellite Street renovated the
by group
programs for one year. A gen "I fought a losing battle with With Britisher
desire to help improve the About Coaching
unle that building for nearly a year,
old nlegbborhood where he grew "he recalls "Ooce the telling
up prompted him to take the Job caved In. Another time it filledup LONDON Jimmy Ellis, world LOS
McLean worked mostly with with water deep 'ESougbt' to champion heavyweight through ANGELES-Elgin Baylor,
forward for the Los
boys from high school age up float a row boat. Finally, one the eyes of the World BolIneAs.oc1at1on
Lakers of the National Basketball I
to their mid-twenties. "I find night, the whole' thing-vent up will meet with '
I'm effective in Harlem because inflames. That was the end England's heavyweight Association, has said he''

the kids identify with me, "he of it.. burned to the ground..the -( to right) At a recent press party in New York City, to be held September ZO, 1968 at Yankee Stadium In New York champion, Henry Cooper, in a hasn't been approached to become -
says. "It helps a lot youknow police said it was arson We Dante "Bears" IS-rounder 2 in what head coach of the NBA'sSeattle
inspector Arthur Rill of the New York City Police Depart City The game will be a rema.tchatth. Morgan September ,
the language. moved our operations into a ment, Miss Elizabeth Robinson, champion Jackie Robinson versus the Gxim&Lcg College "Tigers" and all proceeds will has been titled a "World Supersonics.
McLean knows it well."There school.: and Alonzo. S. "Jake" Gaither, president of the Football be used to help educationally deprived youth from'Jawtocome Championship Bout." But, he said, "It I could better
Isn't a thing those kids can come There was an organised Coaches Foundation and head coach for Florida AIM University areas through selected.charities of the National Urban League There If a non-title stipulationout myself financially, I definitely"
with that Idon'talreadyknow method to his but It to the British would be interested InSeattle.
up approach, Join to discuss: the upcoming Invitational Football ClassicT0'NITE of deference
about, "he says. was kept flexible of necessity. Boxing BOARD OF Control. Baylor was a collegiate star
His Job was to"turn on"young Teams of street workers would 1 If the Briton whips Ellis he at Seattle University.
people to the advantages of ed- work with youths in the street,, Took Time Out To Help Youth Your GoodHealth will gain a part of the world Baylor, 34, called the confer
tcatlon and a worthwhile life convincing the, to come to one title. ence to announce connection
In business or Industry. One of the Street Academies run by --- The fight, to be In Wembley's with a quick order food firm.
tends to think that McLean'sown the urban league in conjunction 12,000 Indoor stadium, will be The 11-session NBA veteran
success would be exemplary with the Satellite Program The pI' satellited to America, and will said he plans to spend at least
enough to Instill similar academies handled the remedial Tr be shown on the ABC's Wide| mother year as a player.

desire* to others, for as a work, preparing high school qvh Swimming continues to be one World of Sports program *
youngster be, too, onceprowled dropouts for the day whea they M of the most popular of summer At the outset Cooper gave up **
the streets. of the same ghetto. would either get their diplomas recreations. In spite of all published the crown when the BBC refused -
"But It'. not the easy, "be or go on to college. McLean'sJob warnings, over 6,000 to give the fight world- Read The
says "Sometimes, Just when was to keep their Interest z drownlngs occur In this country wide-title recognition low- "
you think you've finally gotten alive. every year--about one-thlyd ever, he now remains British .
to a kid something happens to He did not confine his work to are children, many of whom champion, with a seniority often FLORIDA STAR
set the whole thing right back athletics He conducted classesIn were not swimming or wading, years.
where yon started" black history, heritage and but fell off a board or dock Each will be billed as a
On more than one occasionhis economics.. From scratch he For this reason, everyone who champion, according to Harry Weekly
life was threatened by young organized a clothing store goes near the water, even the Levene, promoter
people he was attempting to help specializing: in sports wear and toddlers, should be taught how

or others who aJsaueedwlth hIa Afro-garb: Raw materials were I i.. to swim and how to survive in ....
methods. :purchaswl'snd an actual manu the water. 1
facturing situation.established x4 tJY 'Ur 'The ;lretthing aperoDlhollld 'yAA ",; "The store Is still In business,' rfTri t learn before he' is allowed to i uti ,ir 1o +ICa9d
9 f i "he says, "kept alive partially + swim out beyond his depth !Is
by a small subsidy from the how to float on his back Re Gin&Tonic?
Clown l: city. It will probably never bet should never swim alone in an I
thriving,profitable enterprisebut N area where there are no life
1 11u. I 'it is accomplishing what it ,guards.
..j5'11. set out introduclngyoung After he has mastered the fundamentals -
people to theJ.ntraciess-of; the of swimming, h.
11. 58' business world." should be taught the principlesof > c,
"' Scraping together sufficient life-saving including mouthto 'rt
f. : 1 funds to culminate his plans mouth resuscitation. I A

was sometimes a tougher battle The old bugaboo about getting
than convincing the youngsters Bernard McLean, above, !left the field of engineering for a chance to work witn youngsters; ,cramps f i om going in swlmmin
} ,! t .\ J to partake jrf them. In New York City, where he handled one of the city's Satellite programs Me Lean,who, within a few minutes afer ea.t1q.
"It was a never endig fight through successes and failures: worked sometimes alone, concluded that for the most part has been exploded. After all, r
"he says, "but the people of he has been successful. JfcLean learned much that will help in the future in the area of channel swimmers who remain P
3 J Harlem are used to fighting for community work Me Lean has returned to employ at General Electric. ,in the water for nearly 24 hour
what they have. Usually we won --General Electric photo. eat during the swim. Hone doe.
39 86 '98 out in the end, getting at least get cramps In the water they
part of what we asked for ATA J..lorTellls Development Yes We are. caused by cold or fatiguenot --
-II "Sometimes the situation was because there is food In the
.13.11 ; .! so frustrating that wondered If stomach.

Sometimes He's up, Sometimes it was worth it" he says. "But Team Wins All Title At Va.U. All TalkA When a cramp occurftlt is Important -
,He', down. He AddsSubstracts now that the year Is over I can not topanic. Tate a deep !
,He works It all around. look back at the whole thing in breath, then while floating face -
Experience has proved that
.the proper perspective T. AVjunlor: DevelopmentTeam fQr the Girls under 18 champion I has mastered the a pupil
17 "I can point to specific kids once the painful leg or foot.
J titles in A. A.
47.- ? win all T.
: sounds of his language
and know that I belped metwho Junior National Championships Pets haTdeteated Patrice Me ., elementary Cramps can oftenbepreventet

'.Coming.. .Attraction! bad dropped out ofschool held at Virginia Union University. KInney of Brooklyn, N.Y. 8-6; correct, he speaking acquires more the habit easily of by staying out of the water if its
and was was definitely considered Juan Farrow retained his 6-2. Jackie became a double temperature is below degree
44 13) 331 on the wrong path finished 14 year old singles champion I winner by defeating Connie Key by memorizing of verses words than and by nhrenhelt. In addition to caus "
his high school studies In one 'ship when Robert Johnson ofTtroit ser of Rlchmone, a score sentences.repetition Carefully selected hag cramps, such temperature
MANS"DAYS of the academies and Is entering Michigan became ill of 7-5,8-1; to retain her 16 year with charm and rapidly drains the swimmers
rhythm, ,
Harvard law school this I poems strength Anyone who on leav 1
Yuan{ defeated Robert last year old championship title f i N
to children as y
NUMBERED fall. Just one like that makes !fin three sets for' the title In the Junior Double ((18 and appeal ofc.rtalnsoUDdl., u log the water shivering,feels
It all worthwhile." .'' the repetition numb!>>, dizzy or nauseated
Juan teamed with Janie Chatmon under) Blair and Rennolds both One thing to be remembered y
-d of Richmond, Virginia to from Richmond dereated Williams whose lips are blue, should not
A'lfans Days 'ar. Number* ( --r .:....::. \ is that poems, ranging from go back In.
-- win the 14 year old doubles and Fonder 6-2,6-3. In
Your ;
be Junior High
Health and Fortune can kindergarten
: Lucky DayLucky fr championship. Paul Farrow of the 16 and under doubles Paul School have almost universal
know your .
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Clara White. Mission Jax Barbers List Mt. CanaanTo Mt. Calvary Sister Welcome Lambert Evangelistic, Darnell Cookman SOCIAL?T.: SECURITY

Honors Centenarian To BeachThe
Outing Celebrate Baptist HasMen's Of Lake
The Clara Whit Minion announces Baptist Registration Schedule Retirement
a 100th year birthday Jacksonville Barbers Sunday HourThe .
party for Mrs. Amlllt Johnson Association Is sponsoring a trip rt. Mt.Canaan,Baptist Church AnniversaryMt. City In AnnualSister Survivors and
on September 1,at the Mission to American Beach Wednesday, will have Its Dual Day Celebration Disability Insurance andMetflcar ,
si 613 West Ashley, at I August 17.Plchp \ Sunday, August 24, beginning Calvary Baptist Church Lambert Evangelistic DarneU Coobnao's registration
p.m. All are Invited locations will be: will observe Its annual Men's Welcome Baptist Church Hour and Pre-Appreciation schedule has bean presented
Broad and Ashley, First and with the Sunday School. Day Sunday! ,August 24,through of Lab City and Rev Paul program for Rev RJ..Lambert her by Principal Nathaniel Dani. lf peopl!, U.VM
PROIIUIS IN SIll} Florida and Kings Road and Rev. Fagan win speak In the out the day.Deacon Fountain, pastor, will celebrate will be held August 23 and.23 .
mOUlD,. Mrs Early. Mae at the Church of God In Unity
Myrtle, at 9 a.m.; Twentyfirstand Roland Shorter and' dual anniversaries from Students are to enter the gymnasium -
Everett will speak at night.Mrs. L. will be at S p.m. each night In Bunnell.
Myrtle and 21st and Phoenix Robert Harley chair October IS to and Including from the Seventh Street
DNO ..AT'HTP Forty-fifth and Avenue B., Verdell SlmpUns and Deacon man and cochairman respectively October 17, with visiting On Saturday August, 23,Elder the'' "Workers under age 65 who;
side from the bak of
VIM OR VIGOR J trr POOR 0. Hughes and the Southern-( or .
B30 a.m. Baker are chairman. Rev. churches In charge each night. become disabled should not de;
MARITAL RXLATDNSONO Arrangements can be made Is The program will begin with sires will be on program. On school. Students are not to use
Champion acting pastor. Ref W.J. lay in filing a claim for dlsablK
On Wednesday night
SEX DESKESODteOMPATI- with all barbers and beauticians Choir No. Z of St. Peter's the Sunday School at 9:30 with August 24 the Sllveratres and the front entrances.On insurance benefits which
of Bethel Baptist of Live ity :,
BWTY. Check shops. Eugene Sawyer Is Deacon W.C. Patterson of Mt. Ferry Elder Howard and his Churches Friday, August 22, all eight
your Church will hold the eighth anniversary be payable to them under
Fennel of may
and Rev. J.J.
Oat of God In Christ of Greencove
at 8.50
Carmel Baptist as guest traders report ,
and let u (or our other help super "
Sunday night August a.m1D social security James
lit. Salem Baptist will be in will be on Rev. Mitchell says :
program. On
intendent. Joseph Coppock of St. the gymnasium. :
ful sources)LEAD YOU ON THE .
17 In the church auditorium. Middleton Social
PATH TO HAPPINESS AS WEHAVE Heroines Ot Paul AME will be guest re charge of services. On is pastor. 25, all ninth traders report at SecurityOfficer
Mrs. Emily Tlmmons will serve nlgbtRtf.Il.II.Smltlaor in Charge of the Carver:'
viewer. Thursday .
8:50 In the
DONE FOR gymnasium.Seventh
OTHERS. Jericho Presents as emcee The Junior Choir Guest teachers listed O'Brlan Station office. ,
are as Mt. Zion Baptist of First graders were to report ?
Confidential HO Born. Temple
obligation from St. Mark Baptist will Rev Walter Harley, Deacon Sid Fla., and Rev R. Webb of Although payments do!not begin:
but If you care to send money, Annual Affair serve Mrs M. Burnett is Wllkerson, Deacon Frank King, Shiloh Baptist 0 f Lake City yesterday until the seventh month after:
any amount will help In con president. Mrs. D. Baisden is Deacon Moses Abrem, Deacon will be present Contest SceneFirst the month of disability,Middle
: tinuing these good services. J.C. Phillips Court No. 104 director. ,Rev. E.M. Tolbert .Monroe.Ford, Deacon S J.Reed,P 125'West Mt., Ararat Baptist ton empbasf.zlld that the 41sabled'
I GOOD SAMARITAN, P.O. BOX Heroines of Jerico will presentIts is pastor. Willie White,Thornton Belcher, Born Temple, worker should file his claim as:
will be the of a
J8-313, WOODBURY. ., N.J,. annual "Masquerade Party"' Tabernacle: Baptist Church George Williams and Deacon Monroe, scene soon as possible after his disability
I contest August
William on
Baby Saturday
08096. and Fish Fry Friday, August liaR Mrs. Corine Outing
will hold the regular meetings Outstanding talent will also begins.
= beginning at 8 p.m. Members The morning service begins
Sunday. AU youth choirs rehearse This will the worker and
be present. Amongparlfclpantswill give .
at 11 Deacon Mission
are Inviting all depart a.m. Williams of The Senior Home
ments of Masonry and the public Wednesday at 9:30. The Evergreen will supervise the Guest At I ProgramAn : l be the Hill Sisters, Elder Board of Mt.Ararat Baptist will the social security office time*
HEW nutSUMMER : to attend. The address Is 1121 teachers meeting will be at consecration, along with Deacon White and the White Singers, sponsor an outing to Magnolia to obtain the proofs and documents -;
West 18th, the home of Matron i; 645.. Prayer meeting will beheld Willie Spruce and Deacon Ulysses appreciation program will. Mrs. Victoria Byrd, Mrs. Lake Saturday, August 23. The needed to process the:
CLASS Rosa D. Johnson. at 7:30. The educational Johnson of Emanual Baptist. be given for Mrs Corine Williams Gene Wesley and Mrs. Hassle bus will stop at Cleveland Road claim. Delays may thus be avoided "
classes are being held at the Rev Hardy Jackson will president of the Usher Gemble. All singers are invited and Moncrief at 8:30 a.m., at and it can mean thai;
Now Starting McCall Assembly church Tuesday and Thursday.Mrs. pray. Rev James C. Burneywill Board No. 1 and for Mrs.LeolaMorrie to appear on the program. 26th and Myrtle at 8:45,'and at' benefits will be received on the.;
of Usher
J. Wynn and Mrs. H. read the Scripture. Deacon president The public Is invited. Mr. Ararat Church at 9 a.m. .date they are due.
Hospital Aide Class 22 Announces. Clare of Evergreen Baptist Board No. 2 Sunday, August Mrs. Juanita Brown Is presi
Solomon are instructors.The The social security office for:
Cashier- ales-Clerk Church will be guest ..olol.t.Rev. 24, at Mt. Ararat Baptist Visiting In Detroit dent.
Wilder Park Senior this is located at the ,
main auditorium. area
Kinder girte a Teachers Annual Tea Eddie Burrough, pastor Church, in the cornet
Citizens will met August 20 of Mt. Gllbea Baptist Church All members and friends are In Mrs. Mlleree McKnlght, wl- of Canal and 13th Street. The:
Aidee Piano-Guitar-Theory The O.T. McCall Assembly, at 4 p.m. in the Hud! Building Bartow, will speak vited. Rev. DJ. Graham is dow of the late James L. Mc- C $\SAVE THE Cft 4 telephone number Is 791-2517..
Band and Orchestra Instruments 'No. 22, Order of the Golden Sixth and Cleveland. Mrs Jane On the hospitality will be pastor Mrs Corine Clark Is Knight, is visiting Mr. Weston AND KTcP This office provides claims:
Circle, will present an anniversary Hayden, coordinator. Is askingall Milton Threadcraft, Jr. War reporter Bell and friends in Detroit. ppcw AMEMCABEAUTIFUL and other social security ser'
tea on Sunday, August members to be present, ren Smith of Mt. Ararat and .Mrs. McKnlght is a member of. : vices to the public.GWoo1wOrtK.
31 from 3:30 S -
p'.BOLDEH-S' COLLEGE: ,The afflar will to take In on time, and to bring friends. C. Whltfleld of Grant Memorial Abyssinia and sings in Choir ,
AME will take the No.2.
Light refreshments! will be offering. The
the Veterans Barracks, 1509
'1815 West 20th St eat
i youth hour will be held at 3
served. Mrs. Mattle Hicks is
Kings Road. Loyal Lady Ruler
!Registrar 3559722. Call Herndon asks that all members president. Mrs B.H.Frailer is p.m. Rev, Walter Harley will
Moo, Tues., Wed., and Fri,I speak Deacon Ulysses Johnson
meet their commitments at this reporter. I IIherunplace
7:30 to 10:0.1" time. will sing.
The evening service begins at i
7 p.m. Rev.W.M.Hill Is pastor.

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rice. u WednesdaAug.. 27, ers.During the morning service, _. O
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