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 30, 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 )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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{ 'Mir 1 ,,FiwKL listing of thesa business.The .
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,, use of the lists for Its own
Criticizes Solo W project
Heads Mass. ; ;
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Will Be Outlawed be a pilot! agency, one of 50.

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>TASlilN'GTON:- Adam Only a small number can

.hI''IJSatt'' Clayton Powell cannot exchange compete fr > jibs rated at a
Assistant WASJf.i.H Attorney: General: : By Order Of CourtThe his claimed, for $55,000 back million dollars or mo: ,'e. Moro'
pay fro the dropping of a I than 80 million dollars art ex-
Mrs. GMliva Mcll ila Putnam
against him, Is the Horace Hill of Bethnne-Cookman received In the of construetion -
his turned down! a high 25,00011ne t graduate College and a Daytona Beach attorney paved: area
almost nnanlmoos conclusion the of Juris Doctor from Howard D. ,
recently degree University, Wuhlapon. C. Be la shown
: lon with the Nixon !
first and the
most Inclusive
pos certainly TV School'Desegregation
House of Rep esentatives. release from the loc-
the the abovt receiving congratulation horn Dr. Richard V. Moore, President Bethnne-Coakman A recent
iitratlon Lad wll
made Its historic
appearance Tuesday In a statement In the United College as he displays the award --Martin Gross Photo, al office explains in some detail -
State of Masiachnsatts In a night and featured the of local leaders
philosophies the experiences States District Court Rouse t the phl'osophy'\ underlying
position paying less but with of faculty' members and the knowledge and advice attorneys rejected such a pro- this successful effort:
more rewarding benefits; of students and partent-teacher personalities.allblack .
posal. .. More than the contractors
nomination Attorney Putnam too the was Equal up Em-fro panel rather Informal,was aids of excellence within the When powell was reseatedmacyear DefeadaNt Gets National Guard In terest Is a stake: the payoffIn :

Commission kept: on the cooler side, even area, felt that parent wlllhava he was fined $25,000.A Jobs for black artisans Is
ployment Opportonlty
with top administration contendIng to be convinced. He felt that house attorney, Bruce even mora vital la the long run.
The. Her pas nomination lon\ pals $33,000 5t for a program which apparently the educative process must be Bromley, testified before Judge Thirty Years A strong Black-owned construe
a year. wu: \> did not meet altogether thorough and without paillality. George L. Hart, Jr., that the Uon Indvt' ',ry will mean breakIng -
be mado from the SanClementeWhite '
House the approval of Black leaders, The matter of the percentage solon has no back pay coming, CrimePOKCSt City When through many of the Job s i
However the noted persons who have JtIIIMh:1: of teacher transfer came:: into since the House would have to for $20 barriers. It will swell the payrolls -
barrister through' years of Deep South the discussion several times, recover $46,000 that the lawmaker and: i treats genuine, economic
on August 15 ,wrote a letter to and who served 'allegedly mlsapproplated 'ur' 21 : "
.segregation \ andes Wend"'U Holmes, prominent Inid'lcatlahsl -yea strength. t 'I,
President Nixon and declined asJiiJol bnrdehosemamaberg '" circles here,'dii- in Bouse,funds Powell con'",Iyaariila' pl'1s vAs a direct result of NAACP ,
the Putoan da.4:
'post. Mrs Jealously held toold touts counted using 10 percent as a tends that the money is due in a robbery, effort, a '11': .ml consorlluaNatlosallfroArcot'
that she! bad la weigh her freedom Attorney EarlM lobalJ.1l1,wUb definite start, Inasmuch as Umight .him because of his exclusion 30 years for : .jJTI7'i. r.'
and decide
w'th: the EEOC limitless experience as tolegal be reL39C1.lthol1tfr1ct: from the Ninetieth Congress customer In In:., and, 'tt. I r' .' rh*?'
whethe r she could afford to entanglements facing what c-ld Ion .Attorneys or plaintiff,Powell store robbery, town was the 'ml in i:,'i ? )HHhaveal-
accept. Instaead, Mrs Putnam school board members might Dr.; Bard stl could give no say that be was Illegally on has which led to the ready mi set up and Incorporated I

.will receive $15,900 yairly" have called"overthrow,"spoke figures as to bow man: )' 3Hueacberi : pushed out of the House in 19 in the state Together, they have
Mention has been made of the Is basically on the need for realis "#, 111 go to predominantly 07, They contend that Judge ing guilty of ( Many of those who thus far bid on 85 million dollars
fact that Attorney Putnam ing that integration Is the goat, white Sv'iools, or vice veri. Hart is obliged to rule In Pow restaurant streets were armed, worth of construction
not satisfied with tile whether by busing or aot..At- Neither could he provide any ell's behalf. Rayfleld to police. Some 300 Because of our demonstrated

of the administration as to civil n tonuiy Jjhnsoi space! / .TI figures on pupil transfer.A Judge Hart gave Powell's lawyers 10 years for' recognize the Toes- experience In this field, aad-
right. .William H Brown :jj'abh Sup"eon: :lrr! la>'i- white parent and a while until October 1 to file an restaurant ,. of our
recently left' the chairmanship ions which paged the way to teacher spoke commendably of amended complaint If they want was shot a broken left large network of members and
of the EE>; after beingaccusedof Integration. He remind the race relation A yo enforce
slowing down on the panel that "token" integration woman Instructor emphasized Bart declared that the fine was Cook Howell Jr eye wu bandaged selected by the U.S.Department
meat of rules on tall housing will not solve the problem and that Importance lies on the an act of the current Congressand sentence. The man spoke at t of Housing and Urban Develop
EEOC has been more or less: advised that serious efforts be educational relationship of teacher not an Issue lathe earlierdispute up was the at the Uni ment to malts' (i major, large-
processing agency' ,not an enforcement mad. to solve as Immediately and student. She reported, on seatingThe 5913 Avenj' B : Arkansas Medical scale study of Black coot'a;t4
agency as possible the problem whirl no difficulties Jurist emphasized that the with three Little Rock and said 0:i ii the fifty largso.ities.
Mrs. Putnam was to have succeeded can become mire vexatious It was olio revealad thai, within Powell case is ayoosymouswftb ,, on the return to Fo rest This II the lLuttlJlle the NAA'=P

Dr. Luther Holcomb, a Dr. Cecil Hardesty, new superIntendent Jacksonville, books are still a confrontationbetweenbranch- They entered ( confer lag wlthSoutb has bid for government.contract
Democrat appointed by former of schools, confessedthat available sowing the Black es of branches, Judiciary and pbyees to give Leadership Con and we rare successful against
President Johnson The Nixon he has never lived la the child IUd the Black here In legislative and remarked that register in Atlanta, some 33 competitors receiving -
administration reviewed south and knows little about a derogatory light Dr.Hardesty he has little guidance from the James Barley the graut: for $a5 ,OOO.

den Later to Mrs. Putnam created was the Soutl1.Dr.Hacdasty strongly' explained that, more or less, 'United ftates Supreme Court curity man, '' Waters The project Is s.Jhed ilad to be
named a vacancy contended that the 10 percent the use of reference bookd When the supreme Court ruled they left. competed by December 31,19G9
when Clifford a would transftnal of teachers should Is up to the princlpla of a that Powell was unconstitutional to the Duval 1.e In less than six months.
Democ;at, resIgned. He be evidence of an attempt. He school. denied his seat the jurists! for treatment Gets When It Is computed, not only
until June 30 1972
have served re erred to a court decision of Superintendent Hardesy empoaslxed merely referred the case to UK There U was will JUD have the most com-
Alexander badbeeDratt.ercustic about two years ago which ordered that should the court District Court for farther pre- he was the PkDs prehensive listing of Black con-
of the ad-
in his criticism
percentage desegregation mandated be changed: be will ceedlngs bullet. tractors available, but the NAA
mlnlst ratlin The decision was not Implemsn follow was accepted. Waters College will be CP will also have full use o'
The ass>slant! attorney general ted He felt that the present Quality education wis certain Macio ) year, with nine new too same lists for Its owns
her best be
felt the job can Black Fire
Massachusetts In her administration should be givencooslderatloutnrmakingastart. ly the theme of the TV broadcast ceived a including" two project
done in ; in prison for The time-table Is tight as can
head, a new dean of
she will have the
state position Dr. Robinson of Williams Criminal be., There ar.lnlertlewerslDdcoorcliDators
and a new athletic
backing of the authorities of High School, a school Volunteers Attend sentenced this The additions incjude tobe recruttedand

the state. She was rpjosored: which, undo his princlpaUhlp JlXOR Pleas Warren A. five with\ the doctor- trained There are two dozen
Senator Brooke and
by Rep. has malnted the highest stand- State ,was dist: t. interlocking schedules to be
aragaret Heckler, RepubllcanaFORT I. College limpsor'vu ; B. Stewart, presl worked out and met We have

Taking Help-To rlorldale's volunteer fire department taking the f,1. appointment hired Mr. William CamnuoV
Head Beats Hacks will be represented from Willie the new educators are and engineer with long experience -

I'.Sc..ol' the State Fire College by De- t, 1963, at the finest available," In housing, to run
Collier Store. that be is the project. He will be aided
lano V. Mackey, Evaader 81-
.1 And Changes Name Stern Area
,, and Charles Kemp. Willie James proud that they have by William Morris, Herbert
West 13tb has Hill and Robert Easley of the
MYE : This Is, the first time Black : : f Join the staff of Ed-
!SAn: ingenious schools changed. to 15 NAACP staff other consultan's. -
were plus .
have attended the schoak: according well College,
and apparently undarrtandlns n
These school are now Integrated Judge :
the addi Ions fill
: Tan-
to Mayor ,
'couiiV: school sdpailiiihhat < The plight of t victims !
David C. Thomas, FAlf Junior tier. The course starts Sept. guilty. It Is :; the i-aliou"" : pro- But the Job cannot be done 1
:) a group( of angry and determined Hurricane Camllle is receiving
and president of the Dun- another right without the cooperation,
the school svbstanU
.. The men were chosen on .
Black students to the attention, both locally and
bar Alumni Club, led the victory ratings Imposed on advice and beta of our local
,school building named for a march to the school. Tehy nationally. the buts of performance Court Judge leadarshlp la the 50 cities.
the the two scholastic div
,Black 'nun and had the sign W.R. Motley, president of the during t doing under
sang and clapped bands large for another James Washington, first vice
set Dr. Vishnu V. Oak
Is JackonvUle fire department ,
put back.Integration. City Committee for
bore the words "Doabar Elementary Wilson of the social science president of the Jacksonville
was bringing about in the process of recur ag up
School. trailer home and Dr. Bernard J. unit, Is In immediate charge
a kind of desecration, felt twstudents. Rev. Edwards advisedhishear groceries, clothes and other stein en here.. C. LenwotJ Lee is Nan
: They said that the two ers, "That sign 1s going to stay supplies. Mr. Motley will aim- Washington! Hosts steln operated ,'chairman of the hu here. C. Lenwood Lea is NAACP

{ ,Dunbar schools should remain,there until hell freezes over." sail make a personal donation.of .' Restaurant. from Rust president In Jacksonville.Rev. .
Dnnbar school or else. The Thomas said tot changing ofsees $ZOO or more Ar angementa 500 Officeholder with forcing comes Mass C.B. Dalley is second
Holly Springs
Lee Comity School Board chang have been made with the American -
41 not make sense, in- trailer,They chairman of the vice-president.
oed the io "eradicate Red Cross, and Mr: was
as much as the whites were not stein and a
,racial Identity changing the names of their Motley, a business man, will WASHINGTON)_(N Pl)--'tb6'' were later department The TV Job Bank
Blacks bad objected to the schools. SnperlateadtntWlUlams leave soon for the devastated largest gathering of Blackelected larm eduactor re-
official the nation's his was < : doctorate degree Planned For
will Me that two pictures .The loot .
The courts riledthattheboard Those desiring to help out In tory will take place In this city University, Wor.
are returned Three others
had authority to make the cha&'e Rev. Edwards farther,said, this effort can call 768 6011 or Sept. 11-14, when a four-day come to \ : ., and also has Miami I.I.rei
the !
63 jilir a federally operative "Before, we'll let the white sec Mr. Motley at his store, conference Is held More thaa'.eero Onlverslty 1lIA1I Uf1ed'B1acke can
Ills West 45th., 300 office holders are
men nm Fort Myers, we'll Black dean of students In television
to on
Aviv aspire places
Rational Urban League, expected to attend the meeting
Edward i- The
leaders predddtnt <
bat it down. But doD't be there' and. ,
behind radio microphones
of the Lee County NAACP through Its southern office,keaded called. cot Institute for Black
Is veers scared"FAMU to'plans
with Pupil Per In control booths, according
''J Jubilantly. told more than 50 by Clarence Coleman, U i Elected Officials. One of the 'for

for the Board South Florida
of .
,Black students that Supt. RayIflisms Alumnus Baking every effort to alleviate Instttrtfi main foals is to
Instruction West
: !had ordered the res-' I the sufferings of the many provide 'a non-partisan form RALEIGH, ) casters. _
To1 Fjalty Branfl
FIt; He earned Bill
Ia Miami
,_ torte of the name Dunbar. A. poor persons left homeless,a c nor dterasslon between Black Reginald A. Ice
v-iiifti has been scheduled for r: Tallahassee, pis ;.; | names U. CotoMl Camel WuMt0ni" 'bIIe'-'.'I'IIe' Qrhaa LIllIe kiesdarsed ot ttt Htm administration a- material J and his of the station at Miami'
tat Pennsnet
IB. wiq :Jr. has become UM first atom;, atolderl' -., Carolina, has of science degree at WTUV, and chairman, of OM
the Had Cross J1'I>>- > and programs
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f BUS t* reetm to florid* College, St. Broadcast EH" ,ftmfc. Is op-'
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:- : .. THAT MITCHELL HAS tEft The Niron46dmfnldritkfilia5.isg the law
JQ$ offered a series of proposalsthat On the mama day the President*
t. BECOME A PARTISAN OF MRE TA PS would drastically shirt power unveiled his plan to share pow- {

ERIC 0. SIMPSON..MANAGING [EDITOR PREVENTIVEDETEMTIONJHEPRaSECUTIONiOFPEACEOEMONSmrO&AND l7 S funds aadararletjr of Important ,er with the states, the Civil

: THE.'SUKVEILLANCE'OFBUCKPANTHERS programs from federal to :Rights Commission rebas?! tt

.JfllDA' W001EN..CIRCUUIION[ MANAGER Dgt state control. report accusing state and heal:
: 4r' The plan to share tares with governments discrimination
NEW YORK TIMES Q state and local government is ''in employment.

Just!about the most bubttcliedorthe So long as state and local

AllIMG' ADDRESS$ 'Administration's plans Others' governments remain Insensitive
Include shifting aspects of welfare to the legitimate needsof

P.O BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE f FLORIDA 32201 administration and Job pow and of black people,
training.The there Is no ins Iftcatlon for replacing .
revenue sharing plan Is ,"P* !?federal programs --.
'(IIIU 5323 MONGRIEF ROAD. THIS ADMINISTRATION ISPREPARED the most dramatic. A percentage with revenue, sharing

AND MLUNOANDREADY TRACT of federal income tax schemes -

PHONE 35MJ821' / IMMEDIATELY. AS SOONAS WE'RE money would be returned to the If federal power Is to be
states with no strings attached. shared with local government
G NOTIFIED OF DANGER, WE'LL HAVE They would be able to spend the the federal government must

MIAMI OFFICE. 5018 N.W. 7th AYE; r I THE NATIONAL GUARD IN THE ARMORY complextormulawill money anyway they pleased.determinehow A build safeguards into Us proposal that will Ironclad prey-

'I AND 7HEARMYONTW.FOUUORSIXLERT much each slate gets, and vent discrimination.

PHONE E 751-3879 f tJR ;' I the states would have to share What we need above all at
; \ JERRIS LEONARD the with the cities.
money this time In our history is a
:IF\ -CIVIL RIGHTS BUREAU On the sirlace, the plan looks new set of national prlortles-

x d"h .USATTORNCY GENERAL'S good Deiaa iJs for public 18"- new goals to build the schools,

.SUBSS f t.PTiQNRA'fE :tt. ) OFFICEMITCHEUISM. vices are outstripping local revenue housing and Jobs the nation

One Year ;J12.00Half Year, $'7.00 Ma.I1ed'To You f ? and schools, hospitals, needs, and a final end topovny .
transportation and other -
? and discrimination.
Anywhere In The United! States
vital of
areas are short Such priorities can only some
funds from the national government.

.Subscription Pay.ble! 'In Advance. tJ, .''1" But just giving money to the .He moon landing didn't come
states doesn't Inspire muck
about because that national priority
Send Check Or Monej Order To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 599, ...? 'faith among those of us who was split among the states
J hrereeglocal! -.
and cities. The space program
__ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA $2201 Ignore the needs'ef, the was a success because It wasa
I poor (in the past. Ono reason federal priority and got the

Singer Paul Robeson' Is::Sick 'why has grown the federal so large establishment Is because federal succeed.backing needed to makeit

states have failed In their responsibility If, as we have been fed

with Paul to the people. eral revenues are,not enoughto
Father Time has begun his reckoning
Federal power has been needed meet the demands for
Robeson the internationally-known actor and I
to try to correct local inJust- government services, it seems
singer heralded for his portrayal of OthelloIn ices such as discrimination distribute scare!

Shakespeare's drama. Robeson is regarded as neglect of cities. Under the Ad resources withou insuring that

one of the most talented black men that Americahas ministration's plan, there is they'll be used to. Implement\
HOROSCOPE GUIDE no assurance that the shared revenues
produced. : 5tioaal goals
would be used wltlout
The man has not been entirely forgotten, since I : discrimination or that they llu- ::eveiT44here were no serious '

two weeks the Alpha Phi Alpha f raternitj members ; would be used to Improve objections to reducing fed-

voted unanimously to donate $1,000 to help out in schools or urban life. eral power in favor of the state

Robeson's illness in the University Hospital in BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGERxl I f used The same monies could be the the plan's tax take formula leaves for cities splitting out
by the fedral government
in the cold. 'The would'
'I money
Robeson suffered a heart attack several weeks 'I to accomplish these goals If be shared according to
ago, and although 111 he is a legendary figure to ''WHICH ARE YOUR LUG:'. : DAYS money big-city, it schools seems a need roundaboutway more 'and state tax efforts population ;'

black youngsters. of doing things to give .according to need 'and Income
Robeson in college achieved a feat few men FOB BUSINESS -- LOVE :=TRAVEL ? funds to states and then hope Fedaral: coffered'

realize. He earned Phi Beta Kappa status, being they'll use the money to Improve prestige has ,'

"AlA/ttaH'......o. u wttVi...... tVia WI'" 'htahaet"6''''''' .cs.....Vi/\1aetir.".....,..,.... mark ever ghetto schools. It's much simp the the federal President said, "becauso

earned at Rutgers University. He made Walter should now adopt when.. to for future with great- ler to pant funds directly to government promlsd'somnchaaddellrered: :
6th. The unselfish attitude toward genus plan ;the jcho.4 districts that need them. aa"
Camp's All-America football team, the third ARIES mate and dear one it the confronted with difficulties, erlitttl:since tills could make Uf Since there would be little," H that is so, then the,
Negro to do so, and earned letters in four sports.. BORNMMARCII'. ." ;,,one that will lift the spirits to personal, psyschological or ananclal. possible to figure on whom you nostrlngs answer lies in prom'slng a
; I IJJ i27th' attacpeayta shared ;
\ Laborhasencouragemed can But 1 xey@pues .. ,
hew nlghs, then, and ort the 7th r -or icannot, r ly., many) btt.I1eS4'1JId"lldtdeUwriDg k
does coach find this combination.. ,] states
Rarely a 1 to offer to the veterans could,give,the ,money
Just ask i spend Labor Day studyingthe
It was: during his travels as actor-singer that APRIL 1911.'on.whoh experienced who have long since learned. may proper approach and techniques to local school districts that lot 'JMrjSaad not In' standing

Robeson revealed that in his opinion Communist .m a what makes the world go round, to be used to achieve a still illegally practice segregation -, favor important national priorities in
533143025412CANCER or what makes people tick pet) objective (1st). Knowing even when those districtsare of state governments who
Russia was treating its citizens better than blacks It's a colllslon.course. Giving major have
;.Collect profits or gains you may cut yet to demonstrate their
one's heart Individuals in positions of influence off from present federal
in the United States. Once he or trying to
were being treated while conditions to capability in the
pay attention to two people at one have coming may also turn out to be grants because they are break great
sided with Russia, he was a marked man in the 'and the same time have its do so are favorable, which may Invaluable at critical moments domestic: problems nt ..u-- time.
United States. His singing tours suffered can- .. This also entails taking BORN JUNE not be around for long(4th-7th difficulty). Work.rather (4th). A College Student Speaks
cellations and hurt the man financially. risks that can have the most unexpected 22id JULY 22n.: Ing than at It may pay on the 5th. 4-44-14-40-49-453

Robeson didn't help his case any by talking consequences. Allans About Debatable 'T'I.IS
who can read the
heavenly signs Give and take. While there CAPRICORN .
about race prejudice during the intermissions of for themselves will take note are signs of some good results 977167073389LIBRA It Seems to met ,

his singing concerts. This speaking put him in and decide to stick to one Job, to be obtained, It will not be BORN DEC., That President Nixon, In "whistling Dixie," Is going In a
a class with orators although his messages were one partner and one Ideal. This without having to pay a price* direction opposite to the one In which President Johnson moved.
Critics felt that Robeson should at least soften the Impact If selling, you may have to lower BORN SEPT. 22ri JAN. 1911 A Southerner, Johnson was "enslaved" by the advocnw'
not always popular. of so many adverse Influences the asking figure If buying, it OCT. 23rdThere's segregation needed to stay In office, until he began seeking_
should either sing or quit and get on the speak- that bunch up this month. may be raised somewhat; of 23rd It's a trap.. Optimismhappi national prominence the mid-1950s. _
ing circuit. Many are of the opinion that Robe- The right note that should be there may be a necessity borrowing no magic. It's fun to ness and self-assurance reign By coming out for civil rights, he freed himself from an
son was at fault for trying to proselyte before made the l\llcUnrprlndplefrom at a rather high rate of watch magicians pulling things undisputed on Labor Day (1st). Identification with Dixie ho had longed to escape. At the same,
then on Is struck on Labor Day Interest. But that's the way life out of the air or out of a h at. While this may be conducive to time, he made good his promise that he would do more for the
a group of listeners who had come to hear him (lit). And see to It that thereis goes. It may still be desirable Although we don't always know outstanding achievements, start Negro than any other President since Lincoln.
sing and not speak. As art lovers, his audiencedid and will continue to be, absolute tto close the deals during this how It's done, It is obvious that watching your step with renewed But while Johnson moved from his Southern past to national
not pay to hear sociological discourses.We trust between family quarter before everything or the hand Is quicker than the eye care after 4th. The signs of prominence, Nixon has Indicated his Interest In moving from
cannot criticize one without con- members (4th-7thX Economical everybody appears to turn and that sofie form of trick Is certalv1stacles, which may national prominence to an espousal of causes dear to. the heartsof
ways and a determination against you. Labor Day may employed. But there isn't a not yet be overly serious, may every Southern white segregationist.Nixon's .
sidering one is governed by his beliefs. In doingso not to take chances of any sort provide a fine occasion to renew wizard living who can fill a become visible on the 5th.They pronouncements on civil rights, 'law and order,"
however, ,one may spell his own economic will pay dividends. old acquaintanceships and to pocketbook with money whenIt could also presage difficultiesIn and assistance to the poor are full of white-backlash sentiments .
doom. talk about old times Accept I is empty. This only demonstrates key associations, misunderstandings that can only elate Southern conservatives like Sen.
1-22-17-to-17-2l'7 terms that can be met and wind the dvisabUltyolbulld- with friends, and financial Strom Thurmond (R. S. C.). And the President's "signifying"
up transactions for which thereIs Inc up cash reserves. and valu- complications against the Black and the poor is the Und of thing Dixie poll.tlclans -
How To Ruse Moiey much to say In their favor able holdings while possible. 8.55-15-50-54-599 have been saying for years
TAURUS (4th-7th Should objections or And then, with a simple pieceof President Nixon Is thus becoming a full-fledged Southerner.But .
obstacles come up, It would be paper, It Is easy to go to the teius his predecessor tad a better Idea He changed from a
For ,Soclel Ills BORN APRIL wiser to drop negotiations. bank or private safe deposit box Southerner to a full-fledged American.
; and draw u you please.Friendscan _
-LIt many otter cltliens, we have"said that'themoney> 2011_, MAT 20th 4-55-13.50-35-552 do the same, and not expect eee
spent to put men on the moon could be better used to help, you to act as their banker and 20th f EB, lit .
Figure probaMlltes. Many J That there is a need for the kind of "racism" that unites
the poor on earth, particularly In the,United States. Other LEOBORN' furnish them with the amounts What's worth morel As long
have said that Is better to spend the money on space than are very they name (1st-5th). Do not take human relationships eeemtoprovide the human race.Instead .
should enable to snUf the air as
you JULY of pitting one group against another we each need
the future for granted. ,
It Is on the Vietnam war. We can have U many right and everything the way of
and sense that trouble Is looming to
recognize our common ancestry in the Garden of Eden,
wrong opinions and there are people to voice them. The next step would be to 23RD : AUG.. 221dIt's 3-88-19-80-59-538 comfort, happiness, understanding which makes none of us superior to the other. And we must, .
Here Is what: must be done if we are to get the money for, sort out the tasks considered and security, there Is learn that hating others Is no sign that we love our own group. -
remedying our social Ills In the nation: Important and to get them done down to cases. No mat SCORPIO not much more that a person On the contrary, a person who devotes too much time to downgrading -
1. Congressmen must stop wasting out natural and financial as expeditiously as possible to ter on which side of labor disputes can, or should, desire. This Is other groups is only projecting his repressed dislikesof
resources by passing reckless bills which lack wisdom. feel light-hearted without being you may find yourself, it BORN OCT. the mellag.belnrbroughthome'on his own group. .
2. The nation must. learn how to live on Its budget and stay wishful on Labor Day (lit). their seems basic to be time to and get down to 24fh .or.. Labor'Day, and It should be We all could benefit from having more love of ourselvesand
to prtncl.
Close deals, rent an apartment causes work 22il adopted as the guiding of
our own combined
debt group -- with an affection and respectfor
out of out solutions Labor Day should for the rest of the month,
finished ,
get something as plan- pie
2. We must find some way soon to come out of the Vietnamwar ned on 4th BUi., The tendency anyone be willing to sacrifice It takes discernment. Associates regardless of what happens or Is members of other groups. Anything less makes us hateful
too to ourselves to "own Und
who demandingand our and to
as quickly as we can within the nest twelve months. to bold back may be bolstered the holiday, would be Ideal for Itftt-centeredcanturnoutto are being said (lit). Trylngtobend humanity.
4. We must abandon the foolhardy ABIC system to save our by the doubts of an ally.This satisfactory settlements that for the someone .1..WUltoJOurowo", eee.
be problem even ,
quite a ,
financial resources. would be a mistake that could should stick(lit). In any event, even If your mate Is the personIn

5. We must cut drastically our Ibrelgrf-ald programs, since set you back for a long period. some sort of showdown, corn.promise for Scorpio everything.who otten If there has an answer a suspicion question,I.D9lUbl) to worlt.., That Illinois Governor Richard B. OgUvle can't have It
it Is about time that some of these nations become seU-suf- The last chance to wind some' or accord could be that a major objective 9.66-19-40-95-952: ; both ways. ,

flclent. thing up on a positive or profitable reached the by people of good faith could turn Into a bone of conten- Either the state is broke, as he says, or It lent. In pro-
Our lawmakers and bureaucrats must curb their desiresto note comes on 7th,8th.Act. on 5th. Leos have had their PISCES Us state Income tax
6. share of worries and ,tins, It may be foresighted to posing he claimed that the state bad no
time they
at and waste
travel around the world at the taxpayer's expense. In many once no more welcome a chance to may bring It up and discuss U from money. But wren before the Income tax went Into effect, he
for under ever pondering the matter., get rid of angle while the URN FEB.19tk ., was talking of Improving the' state's
Instances, the trip Is a vacation paid by taxpayers them as soon as possible, even every possible highway system. The
,the disguise of a political mission. 6-11-15-20-65-359 at the cost of personal sacrifices chance for agreement ..ppear.prornl.iDr .. MAR 20th' highway Interests are certain to be happy that Illinois does
7. We must. eliminate our CBW and WIRY programs, because (6th). The weekend that (lit). In the case of ,, have money, after all. But the state's residents, socked with
they have the potential to Incite the nuclear and chemical GEMINI falls during this quarter should ,quite a few who are making a Weigh band1c' .. Ambition new deductions from their paychecks. are not likely to be Impre.1Id. .
secret of nearly everything, undoubtedly is being activated. .
that beneficial be a peaceful one which be
warfare crate serves no purpose.
BORN dissension be expected But that In Itself, seldom will eee
may ,
In summary, the United States most learn to operate on a MAT spent alone, or In the company ,
'ensue ,as a result on the 4th- do. ,Are (here sufficient resources -
budget and live within Its means. Otherwise there can be ',21st JUNE 21stBe of about a special next week friend then.(7th). Worry 6th. One way outof a dilemma to back ut up strongly That one should be' as careful to avoid making "racial
nothing less than death,and dluter. may be to agree to share the enough to aid In realizing It? excuses" as he should condemn racial discrimination.
blg-heartedl: '
It could be 2-66-18-60-45-264 profits or advantages that my be Should be one of the first questions Not everything Black people are accused of Is really their
YES WE All TALK true that we shall never beforglvra ,accrued from projected enter- asked_There appears to fault -- but they are no less accountable for their conduct than
for our sins when we fall VIRfil prises, should7ththis prove to be be perfect I understanding between anyone else. Blaming second-class workmanship on "pre
to forglveothers for theirs.The potential partners or "the Black
the cue existing or judice" way we people do things" Is not only
By Marcus H. Boulwarela occurrences that could take oa Labor'Day (lit). Intentions an error; It also holds Negroes back. Anyone can make excuses
Nip Aff2M
place right now may Just betests ,! :299137098242SAtlTTARIIS however, will not pave the but the person of character takes responsibility for
: I teaching a child to correct his speech, first, a list of of our abilities to understandand 'SEPT. 22id road to success. Succeeding his actions.I '
this In our
his error sounds must be prepared from his speech evalua apply philosophy aspects'throughout, the month
:' boa everyday lives. Labor Day Is Evading is harder. It often suggest that obstacles arelikely
Second, organic deformatlee and difficulties must be removed made to order for those who Is amazing to see to what lengths ,Ml* MY.23N ., to arise and that promises nay TNt
or minimized, and the child must be convinced that would prefer to rest, Idle,or' people will sometimes go to ,e .IEC, 2tst not bo>kept fIt '! LCTiERSTARTED;
,"I meditate away from the crowds: avoid facing the truth be the better of P1. I At1CUT
he has a speech problem Third, proceed with these steps or tin. may part OUT 1300. B.C. IN
"I. Through ear-training, teach child to know difference and Jammed highways(lst). The pleasant developments., The Sort out Mends It may be scean wisdom to plug away aloneat EARLY SEMITIC WRITING '
.bitweee his error sound and correct sound. possibility for Gemini an demonstrating real fact Is that Is Is easier to necessary to distinguish between the old stand and to postponeall Ii.ii :, AS'A'
)G<1 .. Teach child now to make sound In Isolation. how big their hearts. ,suffer a sharp pain once than togo the individuals who will thoughts of risk-taking until PICTURE 51G4OFFEAfff
" .. Teach child to Incorporate the correct sound In nonsense can be, as well as their capacity -', through the thousand and one back you through thick and thin signs are propitious. rt
syllables'words and sentences for .self-negation. Is very agonies of, trying to evade It. '.and those who may offer only lip .
:: ; forcefully\ emphasized ,on 4tll,' This Is, the attitude that Vlr- ti,service. This would enable you 7.7747-70.72.753

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Formerly Coached Planning The futuresmoi01t
E i NBC Presents Black Stars In Top Roles I II' Golden Circle Plans Tuskegee

And Alabama State College

Fifth Junday Musical *
Hampton Virginia Hampton In-
stitute's new football coach Van Cleve
Whitney Is a man who
McCall Assembly No.
G. T. likes a challenge and because of that and his love of the game
of the Golden Circle
12. Order he can hardly wait for the 1969 football season to get under-
will present a musical: anniversary .
Sunday, August way.Why >R4, 81 42peMSrLOWa
program so eager to begin the long lege "Montgomery Alabama '
31, from 3:30 to 1:30 p.m.In the bard grind? where Ms team amassed a remarkable ,
Veterans Barracks 1509 Kings
In a capsule Coach Van Cleve JW4-1 slate. These
Road at WhItner.
Among participants will be finds a lot of unanswered question colleges turn out anywhere from 4
;" Deacon Henry Cotton, M u. HI on his mind concerning 100 to 200 prospective players.
Pirates and the problems he At HI Coach Van Cleve anticipates
'tIIf'l Flora Burris, Leroy as coach will have to tackle. a maximum turnout of
Jones Miss Vera
Mrs. Medic ,
What are some of these
ques- about 76.Will .
White, Mrs. Annie Robinson,
U' tions which might create a-pro- this alter his coaching
Bessie Thomas
Archie -
Pray Mrs.
blem for the HI coach II
Mrs. Ruby F. Herndon
Well, preparation for a college -
It does not seem likely Coach
Is Invited.
L. L. Ruler. The public -
When dynamic Singer Lena Bon boats her tint television special oo September 10, one ct football season actually be- Van Clevo ponders the feasibility
her caetts Till be O.C. "Little Green Apples," Smith, lett. Miss Hone's televlalOlllpeClalw1U Clns In the preceding spring of 4 practices per day durIng -
season. Spring drills are essen
be called "Monsanto Night Presents Lena Borne. Time: O-U p.m., PDTIDT10: : tially given to Interest the summer. He plans to
arouse have the backs and ends
p.m. CDT. NBC will star as District Attorney William Washburn the series 'tine Bold HeroinesOf through strenuous conditions. 6 minute mile the first day.runa 6
Ones" This Is a trilogy of dramas rotating in toe same time period concerning men In However, In the early part of the The hotter the temperature the t r
medicine, law and public senrtee. This will be a new concept In broadcasting. Check with Jericho Court 1969 spring Hampton Institute better the coach likes It. 1
your local stations for exact time. .- was without a football coach. A 95 degree temperature In
This lack of leadership createda the shade Is Ideal football
Sponsors Ball serious spring training pro practice weather, says Coach i
Eitertaiimeit lives And Cries Augustine CollegeFacultyMembers blem for the HI Pirates Coach Van Cleve half Jokingly and half
Van Cleve feels that "if a boy seriously. Van Cleve Is look-
J. C. Phillips Court No. 1M Is s football player he will show Ing for the boy who will not
By NPI Study ef the Heroines of Jericho will up In the summer In pretty quit when the going gets rough.H .
sponsor a Masquerade Ball at good shape." Therefore,he will e realizes that Ms team will
the borne of the matron, Mrs. not allow omission of spring be small In number and size
CHARGES r drills PONTiAC MICH. M. Tucker, president of Hiram'
as a handicap to theteam ,
1121 W. on but plans to make for It
BEVERLY BILLS, Calif .( PQ-.In his most recent brush Raleigh, N.C. Dr. Joseph Rosa Johnson 29 at,t Membersare 16th for the 1969 campaign\ with tenacity hustle up and desire bee of Oakland County, a Black non-profit housing corporation
August P.m.
with the law, actor Jim Brown was arrested last week and Jones, Jr., vice president for expected to meet their Coach Van Cleve Is veteran in Ms players.In and F. James McDonald, General Motors vice presMmt< and
charged with assault and leaving the scene of an auto accident. academic affairs at has Saint announ-Augultlne" responsibilities. The public Is mentor of the strong Southern Ms Initial season as coach gel.neralmanager of Pontiac Motor Division, revle..cODStruc-
However, Brown, who was accused hitting the auto of Arthur ced that several College faculty, and staff Invited. Complimentary prizes Intercollegiate Athletic Confer In the Central Intercollegiate tion plans for Martin Luther King Tei races. Fifty-four two
Charles Brush, Sr, 52, then ramming Brush with his car, members will be studying at will be awarded for costumes. ease He coached at Tuskeget Athletic Conference Van Cleve and four bedroom units are scheduled for the 4.7 acre site The
denied the charge and was released on $2,000 bond pending a various Institutions during the Refreshments will served. In Institute 1955-64 I Tuskegte, Alabama, brings much enthusiasm. He land, formerly the city owno4 Lake Street Yard,was purchasedwith :
Bearing, Aug.STARSTUDDED. 18. 1969-70 school year. 42-35-5 where he complieda looks forward to facing CIAA funds from interost free loans Iiamounts "to $1,1 mllliiip
: Miss Helen Charts will pursue * coached at Alabama record. State He also Col- champion Morgan State, SJ. 'ovllad of General Motors operation In Pontiac.ool"'
SHOWPRILADELPHIA4PIThe the Ph. D. degree In Black
) first IAnualSpectrum Summer Literature at the University of
Musical Festival this week will be a star-studded affair,with Wisconsin, Madison Wisconsin I i
such nationally famous entertainers as Miles Davis and his Jack Blrger..doctorat.
Quintet, the Fifth Dimensions, Nina Simone, UongoSantamarla, In music, The Peabody Conservatory I
Red Norvo and Tal Farlow sharing the spotlight. The show Is of Music Baltimore
John Pltchford
named after the South and entertainment Maryland;
Philadelphia sports In music, University of !
center- Washington, Seattle, Washington -
; Mrs. Esther Terry Ph.D.
BROWNS FIANCEE? In English, University of Massachusetts
CHICAGO(NPI--The gossip mill last week ground with news Amh erst, Massachusetts
linking actor Jim Brown and singer Jessie Cleaves of the ; Richard Mlzelle fo
funplace shop.
Friends Distinction group Miss Cleaves and the Friends were Ph. D.In psychology University ..
featured last week In the curtain ringer at the suburban North- of Wisconsin,Madison,Wisconsin -
brook Sports complex. ; Renty B. Franklin, Ph. D.
in physiology Howard University .
Washington\ D. C.; Dr.P..
CONCERT STARS K. Dull, on faculty leave of absence DOWNTOWN 3OO Hogan Street
CIDCAGO-( )-.VersatUe Roland Kirk and Sonny Crlss two to do research In physics I
top reedmen, were the featured stars of a one-night concert in India.
North Park hotel recently. The sexopbonlsts and their sideman Samuel Bradley will be par
played to large audiences during the concert. Kirk. ticipating In a cooperative program YOUNO MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'B
tuned for his ,ability to play several reed Instruments. In the humanities at Duke
University and the University
North Carolina.
COSTLY ARREsTDETROITNPI'lbe George Williams, coordi-
repercussions of a recent auto incident nator of alumni affairs. will do
reportedly have cost soul singer Aretha Franklin a booking Internship with the Piedmont
at a Las Vegas night club.The incident Involved Hiss Franklin's University Center at Wake For-
arrest In suburban Highland Park on charges of drunk drivingand eat University, Winston Salem.
disorderly conduct. She was freed of the drunk driver
charges but was fined $50 for the conduct charge and later was
reported to be under care of her physician She also cancelledthe FAMU Security Dept.

Las Vegas booking.

puriNa Personell Is Uppe

,CHICAGO BENEFIT-( '))-Dute Ellington and his famous orchestra. Tallahassee,'Pla.- (FAMU) STEP RIGHT INTO FAIL WITH GREAT SAVINGS! '
nave agreed to perform at a benefit dinner at the Sherman --The Florida MM University I
Bouse, Sept. 18., The dinner is being sponsored by the Cosmopolitan Security Department Is strivingto
Chamber of Commerce, with proceeds being used!to meet the needs of a growIng -
support its Free School of Business Management The CCCC student body by expanding
Is Interracial group that encourages black business manage- services and Increasing the slxe'
ment. of Its force.
To date,the table of organiza- 1 1 ,
YOIII People Attend! Family tlon Includes one captain, one
lieutenant, four sergeants, and
eight patrolmen, and t soon to be
Service Confab In Capitol authorized special investigator.

JACKSONVILLE' Twenty four young people selected from New Bethel McGinnis
numerous nominations mad! by Division to Family Services rIhII'fl1edlllp
unit offices throughaii' the state, will attend an all expense IP ServicesThe oh.
paid two day conference in Florida's Capitol, Ang 26 and Society

27 highlighted with an address by Dr. James Box, secretary '
of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Sarah McGinnls Missionary -
The purpose of the conference to form a Youth Opportunity SocietyofNew Bethel A.M.E
Advisory Group and obtain ther thoughts and advice on piovIdlng Church will conduct the services -
the youth served by the Division of Family Services Sunday, August 31, at the
with better opportunities in education, employment and re- 11 o'cloo.errlce.! .. Mrs. Gertrude -
creation. F. Morse will be the

This conference and planned succeeding ones grew out of principal speaker. Mrs. Roberta -
the Youth Opportunity Coordination Project of the Division Bacon will be guest solo ,'
which working to develop programs and Improve opportunities 1st. Others will appear, includIng -
for youth helped by the Divisions.A Mrs. Revena Hughes The
primary consideration made by Emmett S. Robert,director public Is invited Mrs. U.A.

of Dvislon of Family Services, In selecting these young peoplewas Jones Is coordinatorMrs..
their outstanding school and community accomplishments. Olivia Barrel presidentandRev
According: to Miss Frances Davis, chief of Bureau of E. Jones pastor.
ChUdrens Services, youth are the best source of feedback The women of New Bethel will
on what opportunities are needed and this particular group sponsor a project onSeptember
should be able to advise on what today's youth need that the, L, Monday, In the basement (
Division of Family Services can U helpful nth. of the church all day. This f ysMlj
The Jackson:Ille representative will be lllss Ann Elisabeth special project Is planned lathe
Brown, U years oll&8. Miss Brown is a graduate of Butler Interest of Women's: Day.
High and was a member of the D.C.T. Club. lit. Battle Nesbltt is general
chairman. The public, Is invited
to shale the project.

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f St. Paul Choir I S 3'99 ANA
Unwind.. 1Y par SH ,
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Honors 58th Year

t' Of FoundingSenior 1 .t

Choir No.'1 of Greater -
St. Paul A. M. E. Church,
Rev. A. C. Chandler pastor,
Will celebrate Its 58th anniversary -
Monday September 19.
Mrs Mary M. Jennings,
chairman of the program com-
'mlttee assisted by members
the committee, has planned
Interesting program. Committee -
membersharegiven considerable
; ; time and energy toward
making the program for the anniversary
A "h., .'y ,. a .ucc.... All are :a d' "Jt/c* fmrrg->r <*/ff'oMSKETUll S1 I., t r mil the tmmtlg

," invite
J' : ", A',, 4k? McCall Assembly SHOES CANVAS FOOTWEAR

22 Announces t
.0 .
Annual Tea 3.47 1772.77 t

The G.T. McCall Assembly, .... I... Jt>. &2. ..d 3.99 r
S3 Order ef the Golden
then reward yourself No. ,
Circle, will present u anniversary Lightweight, play-tested.lor fast Comfybouncyshoes..cusMonedinstarts
with America's most. tea on Sunday August quick stops. Cotton canvas soles arches. Assorted colors. Chil
'popular whiskey. II, from 3:30 to 1 p.m. Foam cushioned arch insole. High dren's 312. girls 12S-3; misses' ull.sLw
The sfflsr will take place in or low cut; black or white. 6* to 12. 5-10 boys' 102,21.3) men's 6S-12: ., .'
Seagram's 7 Crown. ., t the Veterans Barracks 1809 )
Kings Read. Loyal Lady Ruler,;
and Be 5ur
Say Seagram's all members
,, Horndon asks
," t, '
'I'?" 'au" asmMMef.RWYNrnr/.IUOUiMaar.NPIO- 1 their'commitments- .. .. atthls SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDEDf

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Lynwood Lee, Rev. Ray, Rev. Whitten Peace Baptist Men's Day Guests -I

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Grant. Memorf.1Seeae '. A BahMiafl Speaks Preniaeit Chircknei, MISlcial

Will Participate la Bi| EventAll


PAUL MISSIONARY BAPTIST plans have been completed fro Men's Day at P\Iee:
Grant Memorial A. M. E. Missionary Baptist Church, Jessie and Van Burtn, Rev
Sunday School begins at 9:30. The morning service beg as Church will feature a concert a D B. Barnes na l.r..
at 11 a.m. and BTU at 5:30 p.m. Communion services are Sunday at 7:43 Miss Bobble sponslra readng.: Annaiui .
t1-- at
held every third Sunday. On Sunday, August 31, DeSheppard neon Cantwc11RaycasraelladMrsLusha I Men's a major event meats will be made by Herbert
will hold a program In honor of the youth depart McBride r 11 rwidar A Peace Missionary Baptist will with Rev. Barnes
menu District No. II. Many youth choirs of the city will concert for the August club. be al O> ianday August 31, Brown, followIng
participate All are welcome Rev E. E. Taylor II pastor. Sunday School begins at 9.30: with and well known with the prayer for the sick
Miss Deborah Shanks II reporter. The church is located at participating, with and sbltla.
3807 Winton Drive. with A.V. Rose, superintendent, ,, persons nests providing InterorilngPoints Leon Dais will give the we-!
I along with otflceraandteacheraIn '
ad-li-ass with tie
w{ of view. come response
charge Reddick f, -The motto for the day is "For coming from Leonard
I Dr. Joseph pastor,
Gifts. Charlie Sledge :
We Are Wen Able.! The theme
will preach at 11:45: a.m. from
at Secood Baptist Tuesday, In solos
Till be administered appear
Baptism "Sacred and Se.'ulatWort" r for the day Is "The Church of
the theme
James Carl Sams, pastor, will ty Rev. C.W. Whitten
September I, at 7 p.m Rev Abiding, Peace.' pastor ofMt.
Dr. Reddick will not
administer! the rites The monthly business! meeting will Pleasant Missionary Bap
deliver the la the even- George Clank It: dJl! 1 itr: :>
be held at 8.30: p.m. The pastor will preside. Convention tile day. Alto Ferrell will serve tilt Church will speak, after uintroductitt
matters will be foremost on the ageuda..Sunday School begins Choir as cochalrmaa. \ by Rev Baraes:
3 and Usher
at 9.30.: Rev. Sams will review toe lesson Consecration The day's will get Willie Brave tr'" main t the
the program
rites for the deacons, deaconesses, ushers and the choir 1 will serve throughout +-r l' under way with theSunday School appeal: follow!'ij the minis'er'slav1'ationtopropoctiremamhety'

will take place at 1045.: The morning woishlp will begin at da/ at 9:30. The guest superintendent ',
'11 am Rev. Sams will deliver the sermon. The Baptist will be Deacon Eugene Super/Islaa the off rlo>(wniJain h
Trailing; Union will begin at 5.4S. The evening service beginsatgpm Sunbeam Spiritual Sawyer of Bethlehem Baptist. : 'i i Salvage uf Biilth Bap-

The gueal, reviewer wall be list and Lloyd Gibson. Alto Fer
TRINITY BAPT-JT: 1 Deacon W. Adams of Mt.Canaan ,flU 1I1lIwel-ome the visitors! !
Sunday School begins at 9:30, with Supt. Agnes Taylor and Festival .Manned Baptist Mrs D.B. Barnes is George Clark and Mr, FerrtU
teachers In charge. Rev. W.C. Murray, pastor, will reviewthe 1 ykr'y superintendent.Guest will make clisingremirks The
lesion. The morning worship opens at 11 a.m win t'n teachers.: will be: Primary financial report will be made
deacons in charge. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday night at A spiritual festival will be held Deacon E. Fields Mt. by Herbert Grant.
7 p.m. Saturday all trustees are expected to meet at S p m Sunday night, September 14,beginning Tabor Baptist Senior, Deacon Assisting Mr. Clark and Mr.
On Sunday, August 31, at 3:30: p.m. a program will be given at 7:30 at Mt. Morlah.t Arthur Barnes, Mt Ararat Bap Ferrell as Men's Day officers
for the Sunday School and the deaconess board sponsored A.M.E. Church In Sunbeam. tilt; Women's, Deacon Braxton wit' y>: :ar 'wrt Brown, :3:.ere-
by Mrs. W.C. Murray Holy communion services are held Some of the city's best talent Love, St. Paul Baptist; Men's tary' Deacon Dan Tale, Treasurer
every fourth Sunday al 4 p.m. with: testimonial servicesat will appear. The program Is Deacon Nathaniel Prime ; Mut.f clans,Wllbert Jones,
11 a.m Barbara: E. Robin r:, :!1:'' ".!I "-.,.ter. being sponsored by Mrs. Alberta Friendship Baptist. Mrs Dorthy Green; finance,

801.8/:1/ TEMP: !, f A&: Simpson in the interestof Wilbur Jones of Mt.Olive AUE Herbert Grant: Alto Ferrell,
Sunday School begins at 9.30:: with tna RJODI'I'; > il>i jfrs.BlrOi Dual Day, to be held in will serve u musician Herbert Brow,Ihrku IIowaII

ll >':* it, and teach n, in charge. The morning service of- October. The church !Is located Orderly Progress in the Bahamas is stressed by 'the Bon Armor A. Foufces.: Minister "Rev. Jake, Ray,past>r of Unloi, Deacon Dan Tate,Pete Jiamnnj!
I will be conducted by Mrs Sarah Coley, president at Phillips Highway and Sun of Tourism, as he addresses closing banquet session of the 34th Biennial Session General < Progress Baptist Church, J.W. Way, Ceorja Clark M.
f. the Missionary Society Today is Missionary Day at the beam Road The public Is Invited. Grand Masonic Council UJS. Consul General Turner B. Shelton and Mrs;Shelton are seated will be the guest speaker In Stucktond, G. Grass, amt W.
church A trip will be made to Magnolia Lake Saturday Rev.OStmpsoubminia-
I at table in foreground. the mOI'n: fsovice.ThuoL'1lce Janabennet and Willie Bronson
August 30, sponsored by the Sunday School. The bus wWI ter. begins at U a.m He will be Guest deacons will represent

I leave_ .. the A church_A at 9 1200 East" .Er-l:, Union aadtiorioa Introduced by Rev, Barnes. Epheslan Baptist, Serving ushers -

ac v.w: Progressive Nat' I Baptist Florida Baptist Silted Devotions will be led by Deacon will come from Emanuel
J.N Doctor, West Union Baptist and Beulah Baptist
Baptist, Deacon, Henry Cotton, The church Is located at Van
COLOSSIANS BAPTBTSunday / Executive Sec'y To RetireOne To Participate !I. Meeting West Friendship Baptist! and Buren and Jessie.

:.f School begins at 9.30 with the superintendent, Shirley Deaon _Walter Johnson, West
Hammond, and teachers: inchargeTbemorntngworshipbeghe of the signal events of the Eighth Annual Session of the Baptists from all sections of The presentation and all other friendship Baptist. The COlsecratlOD Rev. Mitchell
I at 11 a.m. "enlngworshlpbeg1nlat p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.,when It convenes Florida are scheduled to move ,senior will be held at the of choirs and ushers ,
I\ pastor, will deliver the message. Choir Mo. 1 and Usher at Miami Beach, Fla., September 1-7, 1889. will be the retirement In Important areas during the" Eayfront Center. < which precedes the morningservice
I Board Mo. 1 will serve throughout the day. Piayer ".Ylcew111 of the first Executive Secretary ever to be so named bya 89th annual session of the parent The Women of the Progressive will be supervised by "lev. to Celebrate
National Baptist Convention. It Is expected that his successor body of the National Barnes Rev. Barnes will leadthe
begin Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. District Mo. 1 will celebrate its Baptist Baptist State Convention of
will be named and will serve full time thus fulfilling another
anniversary on September 17. The church Is located at 1154 Convention of Florida, and the Florida will honor the guests responsive reading. Rev.
of this but
goal great, Convention. Leader
young I
West 31st.! varied ones of sit of its amiUarles of the various bodies with a B.W. Stacker will pray for the ; Years
R is to the .
everlasting credit '
Manor a low cost housing complex in St. Petersburg from reception Wednesday evening, If101
of the
MT. SALEM BAPTIST the quality Progressive of men who National comprise for families with children, September 9 to and including ,after the service. Mrs. AgnesL. Music win be furnished by a' Rev Alma Mitchell will celebrate -

District No. 9 will present a program at 3 p.m District No. 4 Baptist Convention that is has'(twill soon become a reality. September 14. Dean Sebrlng is the general male chrous. Herbert Brown her eighteenth anniversary
will present a program at 6 p.m. Choir rehearsal Monday never been a "one man show" There are many such leaders lathe The delegations will beheaded chairman.An 'will make announcements! Lyn as// leader of the Morning
night. The tinstee board meeting la Tuesday night Joint choir Those who responded to the call Progressive Convention and by Rev. James Carl Sims of housing information for wood Lee, Jacksonville acre Star Bpd in the annex of Mt.
rehearsal Wednesday..Thurday evening at 8 p.m. Choir No. of Dr. L. Venchael Booth retie Dr, Booth is significant among. ., Jacksonville. He will preside itccomodatlons San be obtained tary of the NAACP,prominent .Ararat. Baptist Church begtn-
them. Wednesday
ing Executive Secretary to organize through the session of the citizen, will serve u master 'atag DlptAurult
Z rehearses. The monthly conference is Thursday at 7:30 p.m. As Dr. Booth retires from the parent by contacting the ProgressiveBaptist 27, and continuing through Friday
Rev,..*. 0. Rogers Is pastor.Mrs. C. .Sampson. Is reporter. a new Convention based office of the Executive Secretary body. Ills staff, Including Re,. for the National Convention of ceremonies, following an Introduction night, August 39.
The church Is located at 1281 West 2nd.: ', '. on tenure-with Progress, Fell' ,he begins a'very challenging ., O.B. Byrd of Los Angeles Committee, 950 by Rev. Barnes.. Mr Among participants will be:
lowshlp and Peace as Its goal, Rev II.L; Price of Houston Twentieth' South Street 8tPetersburg.Mrs. ,Lee is,assemberof tbe Mt.
work with the
"' t American >.iWednesday RnNHLaYIIDt.' ,
t.f.\aO Jtrt J. t. .1. .., \Gut its demoncratlc: spirit right Bible both vice presidents will alternate Alberta Ararat Baptist Church:Archie ? '
) 'E" .. from the start."',Or;Booth wad \ Societyu a Special -l Jr.StMark's"Chelr No, I, ,
The Battle Beasly Missionary'Society\ will have a pew rally 'could have been elected Us first rotary' In this new post he WIT the business 'assistance! UUams reporter!'' -.-" -jl .,Gruel3YUJ.gtCO, Ik*.welcome Mrs. Tbelma!: ,; The Me-
Sunday, August 31, in the church 99,Oak Street, according to president not only refused but work out of the Church Relations Mrs. G.C. Yanght of Jacksonville address'':Charte Sledge of Day Bride S1Dt&t ihtet4au':, / Rust,
the announcement made by MI'.. Geneva B. Palmer, president 'has consistently done so since. Department and will serve 70 will flU the office of vice Spring Baptist will sing The Mrs. Doretha Davis, Mrs
Sunday School opens at 9:30 a.m. with J.H. Jackso as superin: At the present time the office of denominations the work of president for the Senior 'rllllil'lt; invitation will be extended by .Charlene Brooks, Deacon N.

tendent. The morning service opens at 11 a.m., with the junior Executive Secretary tenure tlon and dtltrlbutionoftb.Blbl.,'. ;Women's. Convention. Mrs the pastor, win the appeal COllI.lor McCray Miss Shirley Mitchell.
I .
church In charge Rev, Edward Crittenden, 15 year old, of eight years which leaves four: He will continue to workwlththe. Vaught will assist Mrs. Fannie from George Chut
I will preach. At 7 p.m. the pew rally sermon will be deliveredby years remaining in the term of.; Progressive National Baptist C. Thompson of Tucson Aria, The offering will be taken py IB Memoriam
Rev Charles Robinson, pastor of St.Andrew A.M.E. Church the retiring secretary. Convention. It is believed that with all special periods. Holds Meeting Cecil Ophlles Howard, OWe Clark

Jacksonville Beach. Pew captains wlllreport.. Choir Mo. land Dr.satisfaction Booth steps of dovruwUhjoytous having set a1 he might answer the call to ser. Among others !taking part are: nons McFarland and Pete Slsl
Usher Board Mo. 1 will serve. high standard and of having contributed ve as President of the Convention Mrs Hanna B. Miller, secretary Servlngusner boards will e3
greatly to the Convene if the clarion call sounded unmistakably of the State Presidents' The Primitive Baptist Church Beulah represent Ema.nuelllapUst and 1wMR.
1 EMANUEL BAPTIST tion's progress. From a start clew. Whatever the Council; Mrs Alezlna Johnson, es of the Jacksonville, District BapWt
Teachers meeting and prayer meeting will be heldat the usual of 14 states and 33 messengers, ,future holds, he has had the Joy secretary of the Business and Ministers, Deacons, layman, at The afternoon service begin
: hour Tuesday with the pastor and officers In charge On the Convention reaches into of miturlng this new organization Professional Women; Mrs. are holding their fifth Sunday 5:30 Rev.' W.L. Bell 1I1ll
I Thnrday at noonday the prayer service will be held at the church nearly 42 states and some islands I' national and world rec.. Mary K. Heard, historian of the Union at Mt. Olive Primitive led preside The devotions will be' M
< The youth department will: meet at 10 a.m. On Sunday Sunday and has a'consistent enrollment National Ushers Union: Mrs. Baptist Church, Fourth and beaten by Deacon Johnson of Ep.

1 School opens at 9:30, with the youth in charge. The lesson win 650. While of churches exceeding By Lucia B. Keyes, Viola Johnson, assistant Myrtle: D. Bepisj and bl Deacoa
be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration Is at 10:50: a.m. Dr. Booth building has the received Convention PBC, Cincinnati recording secretary. The Meetings opened August ,and Dorsey. Following the us-:
The morning worship begins at U a.m. with the Junior deaconsin Mrs M.L. Johnson will be 27 and will close August SI opening services a visit.vli .
honorary degrees from three lor.
: charge. Holy communion be'observed In the morinlng outstanding institutions of higher Friendly West Side [active with the District Presi The theme Is ".Lift as we .1a1ate..r wtli.1ta4 the re-
'p," worship. The strict mass meeting will be at a p.m. B.T.U. learning -. Morehouse College dents' group and will bring Climb." .ori,.'
: begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips In charge. The Wllberforce University, Choir Union In. greetings during the State On Friday night, August 29r
evening worship begins at 8.30: p.m.Youth Day will be observed and Central State University. Welcome program for the ladles will be dressed in white
't./,/' all day: 'The youth choir and the Children' choir will serve Is the first member of his race Big Sing Sunday"Sing Senior Women's Department. Ushers will como from Mt.
..t u well as the Youth Board Miss. Loretta Collins! and Mrs. to serve on the Board of Dlrecftrs Rev B.H. Hartley, moderator Sinai Church Mo. 1 Rev 0.
S.L. Badger will be in charge of music. The church Is located of the University of CIa Sin '" of the East Florida and Bethany Ellis win deliver the educational CHARLES LOGGY SHEPPARD .
of Choirs
at till Forest. Re/ S.L. Badger Is pastor. cinnati. He will be honored at a Baptist Association, along with sermon Rev. H.H. Robinson
who left
will be the u a ago
Banquet along with other Founders came of the huge Rev. year
and Pioneers of the Convention .. musical extravangaua to be C.B. Dalley Rev G.T. president, will make remarks. Sept. 4 1968. We love you but-
SWE-miELD BAPTIS McCall and Rev. E.R. Simpson, On Sunday ia arming President God loves
Wednesday evening of the presented by the Friendly WestSide yon best. Signed;
Services Sunday begins with the Sunday School, at 9.39: with Conven\1cn.The Choirs Union tic moderators respectively Robinson will address the body. Mother, Mrs Cor1oe Shepard;
Deacon R. McKlnnon in charge. The morning service begins retiring Executive Secretary U, at 7:20 at Mt,Sinai Aug. Rev. R.B. Brooks, moderator The choir of FriendshlpChurca Grandmother, Mrs. Ferrelland
at U with Deacon Luke and Deacon Sam Williams p.m. of the Middle .
a.m. Stephens II. builder of institutions. Baptist Clay 0UIlty Auo- No. I will sing. Family.
I' in charge of devotions. Choir Mo. <4< and the Young Adult Choir Following the building the auditorium'Rev.: Church 1551 Leo, In elation and Mrs Janie Philips, In the Sunday School Deacon

will serve. Rev J.A. Oliver, pastor, will deliver the message. of a half million dollar Church Jelerson Lane Benjamin president of this body's Senior Eugene Mathews will serve u .
: Th evening service begins at 5:30: p.m. with Deacon John edifice, he healed in th.building pastor. Woman and vice president of the, reviewer Deacon ".11. Hunter .
Williams and Deacon Hollls Jackson In charge, of devotions of two additional institutions will This be widely heard acclaimed in group Progressive Women's croup, is st arintemdeot. Reports will vane IT rwe PUT hviceus tlllllD ascauwsov*[llF: +J i
i, Choir Mo. 1 and Choir No. 2 will serve Rev. Oliver, pastor, of community service; the Zion several old- will be active.Others be held and a Sunday School PSORIASIS'S.aaveuNSi'aeseaur.iue :

I I'y will speak. On Tuesday night at 7:30 prayer meeting U held Shelton Nursing Gardens Home for a the housing infirm complex and tlmesplrUualundjubUeenum.tlt.tmder the direction Mrs.- holding national positions contest heldUshers "" ..J
; with the deacons charge. On Wednesday nlghtat 7 p.m. Bible for the elderly A third Catherine W. with Include Rev, J.B. Adams and deacons sell represent C MTIMnM4
study is featured with the pastor in charge. On Thursday night project, Reid Valley View Mary Helen Frost Sykes, Mrs. of Bells Glade, Education; Rev Macedonia. Mr.1Da Mai lane emir' 44..oz.'I) AI lIlY","I
Choir Mo. 1 reherses. On Friday night Choir No. 2 rehearses Marvin Bellamy and J.W. Toomer, Orlando,Foreign At 245 the young people will I MIWWWI IIlUIII OIL ONLY'. *! .J
B. Collins
On Saturday evening Choir No.4 rehearses At 6 p.m. the Young specials Missions; Rev. J.F. Hargrette, be in charge. Financial'reports A beloved mother, ChUdof God. *fSZi- **T

Adult Choir rehearses The officers and members reported Mrs. J* Jackson Dies guest Deacon, at Perry the console Robinson Orlando Secretary to the will be given by DeauonNorman. and Friends to many when she rM,1, "IIeIN....aUcCEssILEACHCREAMI Sh..1 rraabr"rIen, |
an enthusiastic! reception for The Men's Day,I al Tabernacle of Roy National President Mrs. H. L. Anderson and Mrs. Ester MePaersoo. left behind, Though she may be ."',H...,. '.. L..n.: ,"
After Baptist will nar absent in h M eM.a, aIN( aIccon' MahnawMM
Illness Alexander body her
('1t' t' second Spirit rt- n.,., IIIII-
Youth vice president of the National us, 101llaC her :,la,.Nsn ...........-.
At Hone Day will. be held at Mt. Supervisors Council of the Union mHeavenly Father t yearsato.Slfned.caaidren.Brotheriand- s. sour IUACII owl weN
Sinai Sunday, beginning with Co..ily W -, .. .... Na
1.................'.AtI -..)tr( ,. Mrs.Street Josle,Jackson died August,1984 SO McQnade at. the Willie Sunday D.LocaawUl School at 9.25.: Mrs National. Amelia Youth Houston Convention.Mrs. of Belle. Missionaries Sister ::::: :..--tt.-p..v. ., y.M.. r..,

til IIN'T: iflf, Tl i| ..Tl.TptN,; Tl ,ET : her Mrs.home.Jackson was born in The morning worship be la begins charge at. Senior Glade is Women's the historian Convention.Mrs. of.the I I.f

Georgia but had lived in Jack' 10:43, the_Baptist Training; Union W.M. Funds ...".. .... The Missionary Society of Union MADAM:
l, LOW PRICE i sonvllle for the past 24 years u .:u ana me evening service the-Executive-Board Rev:OA: Community A.M.E.Cl1arl1c,
She was a member of the Mount u 1:15: p.m. Williams will 715 Eaverson. will bold their o'be
serve u the
I Calvary Baptist Church, Rev The youth choir and the Junior .BYPU Board and regualr fifth Sunday service wIn're4 Io titfl pis pr iaind
11; DRUG STORE NEEDS William M. Hill pastor, where nher board will serve with Robinson Lake Wales Rev R.R. Sunday, August IL at U .... fIdart. She adi oo IlUlsUou'but will tell yon WIwanlnu
| she served as a member of the Mae Doretaa Wilcox, department leader Is a Missionary! Rutha Mae Tyson what you WIIIt to blow, cIYIDr data... factl.ol
; Deaconess Board and as a cap bead, and Mrs. Rosalyn dheEdnCWca1Boerd. .. of Mt.. Zlon Apostolic Beth less lIMD and IuaDJ aftaJrsrm
tale of the Senior Missionary Burroughs Henry and James Under the leadership of Ret Church will be in chage. .-,.,. find lost art:: Tens yon whom you will
B Trade ,with Your Neighborhood Drug Stored WILL itEETst Society. Mathews In charge of music. LjS. McCree of the Mt. Zlon Among Chruches scheduled to megry and. wIleD. If the ewe yeuleve Is true what
ANY FREES ADV. IN TOUR LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver B 'Survivors include: Two '' Progressive Missionary appear are: Faith Deliverance to:do to be successful.WUlr__'
afco fill an Doctors' Prescriptions. fidixie daughters and Mrs. Nora Garrett in Memoriam Baptist Church the host church,' Temple, Elder R.L. Williams locate absent friends and reJatDu. and ,
Mrs Viola Thomas three cause
; ,with the assistance of happiness between **
sons-in-law, Mr.Henry Garrett various pastor; Day springs. Holiness -u i bit 1rIf., ips mall
Mr. John Henry Lewis and Rer., In memory of Mrs. Ellen sister churches, Is planning Church Apostolic Faith Church '.up(! lovers Quarrels. Tells Jf IIcbeu aDd bed
Willie B. Thomas; two sister. Holmes who passed August 29, elaborate entertainment for the Free Salvation Charity Prayer xk art Mbra1ales, ar U there la II tYI1 .
I'We PbannacyIH2 !!1 in-laws. lies sadly missed national ....1OD. ,tnn.aee. >>0._ tell I
Mrs. Ella Clark, sod by husband. Outstanding, Band, Mt. Zion Apostolic Faith pleUe",1IIt1l'1ll teD the tntr. oJ
!>I' Mrs. Lillie B. Lnnsford; eight Dart. Holmes, and family. civic leaders, educators, business .'' Church. The public is invited visit will repay fOG for thou3pointmeds 11II aU oII1erl' See will
} t grand children, Mire Annie. men and churches willappear MrI.A.B.1Ioutea1l1ftlJdellt.'Ref. read year WI Ute II epee hods.let also

): IMIS 1111 AT MTi1lI, Miss Fouch.Mary Mr. JooaleH.Lewis, Mrs Lewis Matte Jr.,' You Nor will are not you forgotten ever be loved one on the .official and dlstrlctprograms. N. McCray Is pastor. '1'1'I01JBID.ythlng seems Come bit gee why YOII art M1p 10 yon uuhappy oat of rout, ;,

Stevens, all of Jersey As long u life and last &xj Why be yssteDM. \ i"
Plus City NJ. memory The activities include tbePre..lo. KIck lid warIsd
: 'j 353-5517, and Mrs Annie Clyde,BloonlfleM We will remember thee.We Musical .

o I ; Coos, Mrs. Carretha TBemammothchorus OB., Read The ( ,JI) W&Llro3MiKiw... ,
t Swift, Jacksonville, and Sew' miss you now, our heartsare ? r I
f ; PAT TNI L1HT IITO made of members of chars
i AMIHUMHE ,... Mitchell 1(1I10111r.. UjB. sore 19 a -fat iMsMBortkI
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[ IHIS AT III STIR .1.. 'l'homssJeetlsavllteasar-. :pie-p-tod Mfcr,the direction .wAltca ..

I \ teen great-treat grandchildren.' ving smile., your gentle* of Mrs. Vlrgle DeWltty of, '. IsiBBiiiiMaigUrtili ........... and a host of other relativeanl, face < ','I'UII'director, >of 1 : '! "fr JPIILI '

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Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Church Features Fellowship'Week In Heavy Fall Schedule

Religion And Race Bishop Colitis Calls Special Meet Sept 4 TWO Proffer lands Will Initiate

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NEW.MEMBER i MINUTES Impressive chBrchm Program

CANTERBURY England .. (NPI) -- The 18-year-old Kim. }'rI Mt. Mortal A.M.E.: Church, S9 Oak Street, will observe \
based bangu Church Christ on Earth, an African denomination linN BIBLE Fellowship West, with the official staff in charge, from I
berg to Congo-Kluhua, with more than three million mem-' I n COINIIIUI *. HAM Pall September 1 through September! :3 I, at 7:30: each night :
; has become a full member of the World Council of t l n SHIAN ailll, tOCIITV -
Churches, The denomination 1* the first native African church CHICAGO, ILLINOIS' OMS$ Rev j.w. Jones is pastor Rev. Eugene Motley and St.
to Join the WCC. Founded by Simon Kanbangua in 1154, It ,. Prominent Jaions will be present Matthews A..E. will participate
operates some 850 primary schools, and 49 secondary schools A FORGIVENESS THAT to ,participate the events as will Bethel A.ME.
with about 200,000 pups $ of the week Outstaadlngctidrch. of Callahan, Rev Willie D.

,DISAPPOINTED CAN NEVERBE es will be guests Young pastor Rev. H.H,Wrightand
On September 1 prayer bands First Baptist of Jackson \
WASHINCTON RESCINDEDCenturies of the city will feature the and Rev. SS Robinson Jr.
(NPO--The failure of the Methodist publishing ,
services Stewards boards and
House "to make a more sufficient witness than It has In and Simpson Methodist Church
becoming a member of Project Equality U a supplier rather trustees will serve u hosts will round out the evening.Choir
than U a sponsor," has disappointed theRev.Woodle W. White, before Christ the On Tuesday, September 2. lit. No I and Choir No, Z and Missionary -
L executive secretary of the denomination's Commission on Re : Psalmist said: "If thou Lord Zion A.If.E. Church of the Southlido Auxiliary No. 1 will host.
ligion and Race Project Equality Is the nationwide interdenominational tJ shouldst mark iniquities who. Rev J.C. Bannerman pas
effort to ensure fair practices by suppliers shall stand? But there Is forgiveness tor, will be present. Rev. Walter Sister Welcome
t throughout the nation of churches, to back In fact, equality In t'Inrmirr' with Thee ," (Pse 130: Marshall and Morning Star !
,. Job opportunity. The publishing house recently Joined PE: asa of ; 3,4). Freewill Baptist will attend, as
supplier, rather than as a It is doubtful whether the Baptist Of Lake
sponsor ).. 1.t. will Rev E.E. Taylor and the
Psalmist understood the basis
MILLIONS AID ASKED ., 1. upon which a Just God, throughthe congregation of St. Paul Bap- City In Annual '
ages, has so graciously forgiven tist. Stewardess Board No. 2
< ST. PAUL Minn. sins, but this has since and Auxiliary Mo.; 2, as well
-- both of the National Council of Churches and the, local .. lif3'iI' 'lyf' .. been explained In the epistles of U the Junior Church, will host Sister Welcome Baptist Church
Macalester college, has urged churches to give Negroes $300- J i Paul. the meeting of Lake City and Rev. Paul*
,I.: $500 million for welfare projects His appeal came during a tt ; There we read: "God for Christ On Wednesday, September 3, Fountain, pastor, will celebrate
meeting of Macalester's Summer Forum services, In which f sake hath forgiven you" ((ph. st. Paul A.U,E. of St Augustine dual anniversaries from e
.'' he said that since church assets In this country "total more L 4:32)). But this Is only part of the Rev. Thomas B. DeSue October 13 to and Including .
than $100 billion $300 to $500 million would be an adequate Toe Right Reverend G;V. Collins, B.D., D.D., LL.D.,St. D. Presiding Bishop of the African truth, for God forgives sinners, pastor, will visit. Rev. AC. October 17, with visiting
.contribution< to aid Negroes Methodist Episcopal Church la Florida and the Bahamas is caning all pastors, officers not merely because Christ desires Chandler and St. Paul A,If.E. churches In charge each night
SUPPORT and members of the A,M,E. Churches In this area In a special meeting on Thurlay evening this but because Christ paid, fortheir and Her. R. V. Webster and st. On Wednesday night Rev, W.J.

September 4, at 8 p.m. at St. Stephen A.M.K. Church, Davis at Fifth The Rev. Robert V. demptiorj sins! end Thus purchased(ph. 1:7: declares their re: Stephen's A.If.E. Churhc, will Perry of Bethel Baptist of Live

CINCINNATI .- (NPI) -. Endorsement of the Black Mani Webster is pastor. Because of the Importance of the Information that Bishop Collins will "In [Christ] we have redemption, be guests Hosting will be the Oak and Rev. J.J. Fennell of
festo and a request that the local archdiocese give Black give it is Imperative that each church be well represented Bishop C6111V is wail pleased: through His blood, the forgiveness Usher Board No. 1, the Young Mt. Salem Baptist will be m
people $3 million for cultural and economic development was over the results of the record-breaking Trl-Christltn Congress recently held at Edward of sins, according to the Women of Allen and the Moriah charge of services On
made recently by the Association of Cincinnati Priest. TheN Waters College. The response to his administration has been most favorable. The bishop's Andrews Board. Thursday night Rev.M.If.Smltfc
actions were taken by the priests after retiring Archblshlp two sons ,were recent visitors to the city and reported having an enjoyable time. The East riches of His grace" On Friday night, Sepember, of Mt. Zion Baptist of O'Brian;
4: Karl J. Alter, labelled the manifesto "a disaster." Florida Annual Coofecnce: will onvene November 18 at the Mt. Tloo A.ME.: Chun:! Rev Attend CHURCH 5, five churches will present Fla
Charlas'Yost tpsern::

'* LEXINGTON, Ky. .. (NPI)..-After 53 years of operating asa TAKING, STEPS Southern University Was
separate denomination the black and white branches of the
I Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Joined together Into Certain

(U one the unabated.fellowship body last week and training However of, the Black black churchmen brethren stipulated"will continue that believe enemy or broken by that lieu putting they In hit can sharp footprint lame stone an Represented By 4 Grads

HOUSTON-NPI)-.Evldence of principal investigator of one
35 Arrested Cilterfsts Black sc1eDtlata'and engineers' luna sample.At '
Beovty League'sGolden Involvement In the Apollo 11 toe University of Chicago

In' Strike Of moon shot continues to pile he will help probe a second
Fete Is Of 50PHILADELPHIANPIThe sample.
Sanitation Workers up.Four graduates of Southern Dr. Reed said he will conduct'
National university, who were based at various chemical analysis test*
OKLAHOMA. CITY...-Mrs. 50th and Golden Beauty Culturlsts the NASA Manned Spacecraft to discover the presence and
league's anniversary session, in Benjamin
Clara Leper, adviser to the Ok- Center outside the of certain elements
Franklin hotel last week turned Bayou city, quantity
out to be the most successful
jhhoma City NAACP Youth Coun"ell and colorful were part of the team that' on the luma surface.
convention since the organization's founding in the
:; ; James Brown,NAACPyouth
of Love In sent the astronauts to the moon
".,director; Gall Parker, the COWl City Brotherly 1919. and back. 1969 PresidentOf
,ell's year-old president, and At its founding, the league trip to the grave of the late Three are aerospace engineers -
Richard Doctor, NAACP regional boasted of only 19 members. president Cornelia Greene Johnson and one Is an aerospace
: director, were among Its current rosters list more and a leadership conference technologist Negro lisnr.
S3 persons arrested here, Aug than 50,000 members, scattered Warren J. August, of Late
20, during a demonstration in across the nation Heading the convention, and Charles, La.;Quarence Palls,
r"support'af.tilt, city's striking 'uaPre.conveatiee'racttytJler' +tk- reeleeteda president\?was,Dr;, Jr,,' of Alexandria; and Harris
;paa1tatiod workers. 80 per cent I t! eluded a poat"gralulfelDsUhlte Katie ;'E." Whickam, New Orleans J.,.Miles, of Clarke, are the
:$6"t>t ihatil'if> Nag; ,"I..l:,uN, 4 rajnmettlofjWtH' 378'fMria- who has.spear> head.-rirw;[ aerospace; encJ eer./ .. > tovU
The person arrested< were '*ate, and sessionsW- toe beauticians ed the forward progress of the Each graduated from Southern l I
,charged with blocking traffic at sorority Theta Nu Sig league over the past 12 years. university's college of
j the Westwoud SanitatlonStatlon. ma.The Among the projects approved engineering vital! l bachelor of r
Only six of the 50 trucks left contention proper Included were the financial security plan science degrees In electrical
the bam. The previous day, a parade, depicting the lea. for members, assuring! them of engineering.'
when the strike began, nine gue's progress over 50 yearsa Independence 'in old age, and James R. Cauthier, of Baton
trucks were out on the streets trade show with exhibits and hospital and health benefits. Rouge, la., Is the aerospace
Refusal or city official to meet demonstration of ales latest 'The report on the million dollar technologist.
the demands of the sanitation in beauty culture, equipmentone research building,under con Another Black person who
workers; including wage Increases techniques, workshopsclinics structlon in Washington, D.C. helped make the moon shot a
precipitated the strike* business sessions, a was read and approved by the success Is Ernest Wilson, Jr.,.
;dele .te.. an engineer from Germantown.
Prominent ,,vlltori attending Pa., who was In charge of Intricate
the league's sessions Included: electronic equipment at 4
Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. the Kennedy Space center in Jessie Hill Jr., actuary for
Mrs. Poochlta Pierce, CBS Florida during the space flight,:; the Atlanta Life InstrsnceCom }
newscaster, New York; the Rev Wilson was responsible the pany, was elected president of '
ss,4 Jesse Jackson,Operation Bread electronic technology which the National Insurance Association
basket, Chicago; Sister Rosetta took over when the 1m module at Its 49th annual convention
Tharpe, famous gospel singer;. separated from the mother ship.In In Miami. Hill Is also
Mayor Matthew G Carter,Mont' Chicago, a Black scientist publisher of the Atlanta Enquirer
clalr, N J.'t; and Sterling Fletcher ,will be Joining 139 of his and a member of the
pant field representative,National colleagues In testing the moon National Board of Directors of
Urban ,League, Washington rocks brought back by the Apollo the Southern Christian Leader-,
D.C. who received the lea- 11 astronauts, once thequaran- ship Conference. He is a cam
f shoe gue's "Citizen of the Year" tiDe on the rocks Is lifted In lande graduate of Lincoln University
award. mid-September. of Missouri received

Sl Richard I.. DeCarlo,Washing Dr George W. Reed, Jr., a a Master's In ActuarlalSciencefrom
ton, D.C. was crowned King of senior scientist with the the University of
the institute, and Mrs. Johnnie Argonne National Laboratoriesand Michigan. Hill an activist In '
pow Mae Williams, Newark, N.J., research associate with the civil rights, helped to achieve
was crowned Queen. Enrico Fermi Institute of the integration in Georgia, workedto
Next year's ,meeting will beheld University of Chicago, will raise voter registration, and
in Houston, Texas; and for serve at Argonne as the .helped Dr. Martin Luther King
1971, under a slogan of "Cometo Jr. In 1965 he was presented
Dr. Whlckam's Borne Town the National Urban League's
With Over 100,000 Members," Clara White Mission Equal Opportunity award.

sessions.will; be .held in New Assistant Secretary for ..Ad
Orleans. ""'Ii u ministration of the Departmentof
Honors CentenarianThe
There were hair pieces with Health James Farmer, spokeat
dramatic heights of regal pro- the national meeting
In some styles
portions. Clara White Mission announces -
strands of Jewels were inter- 100th birthday
a year
I wined with )lavish lengths of hair party for Mrs. Arrellla Johnson GO GO GOLDFISHThe

to accentuate the elongated look on September 1,at the Mission goldfish b a minnow origInally .
in some of the ,couture. at 613 West Ashley, at a found in the fresh water
4 silhouettes. p.m. All are Invited. of.eastern Ala It has been

A'em k # There were. po mono lengths .widely introduced elsewhere, ,
of hair for the fashions shown. 1
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and buckled twice, requirements.In CENTRAL HEATING and
most of the styles, hair Is
; studded in back. of medium length, since primarily CONDITIONING' I
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i The gal who delights whipping framed art that are easily viewedcan By Marjorie Marsh WORD
up summer delicacies to help make light work of the Your traveling friend Mar
satisfy' warm weather *appetites heaviest kitchen chores. lorie recently went to New Or'Bane
\j I will find summer cookery can be And many of today's framed for the big, annual conference '
of the National Horn ,
doubly pleasant when the kitchen pictures are right at home in the It Is uncertain that the originof
; decor, i. to her liking. kitchen. Still life pictures of 1 Fashion>ror..ion.I'fOup League of They're hundred a the word "muffin" is "mouf- 9
Although today's homemaker apple.; ,cut cheese and half empty of I'om..nI'ho work in my wonderful net; which is Old French' for
spends considerably less time in wine bottles add a country air world of home furnish- soft (bread). However, it is \trj>
her the citified inge. much a sure thing that the cup- s
I the kitchen than grand to even most kitchen.
I mother did, the kitchen remains Prints of colorful masterpieces lively There seminar were, meeting one of which and shaped, quick, light bread we .,g
the major home work area for when framed and protected b)' I'm sure that those of u* who have all come to love and enjoy
I most women, the Picture and glass from kitchen splatters, attended will never forget. The is always a treat when served, ,
Frame Institute points out. make a bright addition to therooms subject) wa discrimination warm and fragrant, with any t
this center of domestic decor agalnatII'omn in businesa. A* meal any time. Here is a recipe
Making the audit'nC't'I'aa made of p
up 1 tIF
I activity decoratively appealing In hanging artwork in the all women (plus two itray from the Bordo date kitchens tr ''Wn.iill
can spell out the difference between kitchen as in any other room be male) you can imagine how for date bran muffins that your
the kitchen doldrums and careful not to' place pictures the three-man panel had Its whole family will welcome, Sift
back against the wall! 3''-4 sifted flour, 1
stove side happiness for most where they are likely to be cup
New Wool Carpet Shows and 1 12 If called "Surfers' Salad but landlubbers will love It, too
baking powder
women. knocked down by family! traffic. teaspoon
J out, It combines red gold nectarineswith
Clamorous as all get
Wise placement of framed The kitchen is truly the home- I also went to a Imply' reception salt together.Add 1 cup bran and crab and avocado Sliced hard,cooked eggs bolster its pro-
for that Gam
artwork on kitchen walls can maker's own room and it should bol" Woolmark pretty I first I 8-ounce package of Bordo teln content
turn the trick both decoratively contain her favorite pictures spotted at the furniture showing imported diced dates. Beat I You'll find that fresh nectarines will bring new Interest to
and psychologically,the Institute and pictures of her favorite this ipring. And how the ,egg Add 1/2 cup milk 1-1/2 many salad favorites Garnish chicken salad with nectarine
Pleasant of things Interior designer and "com tablespoons dark molasses and 1 slices; add diced nectarines to gelatin molds; toss slices with
says arrangements municators" of the NHFL tablespoon melted butter. Mix. torn salad greens and onion rings in an herby oil and vinegar
lared ft dressing,
J Add dry ingredients to egg mixture
PRICES GOOD THRU 9/3/69 wEUNE4MY "YOUR DOLLAR BU1'S, .Mix only enough to dampen SURFERS': SAlADt
lIOR$11T YOUR ANNE flour Fill 12 greased muffin t or S fresh nectarine cup bread croutons
,F. Jf tr ES': }' pans, or muffin papers, 2/3 full. ,3 cups shredded Iceberg 1 avocado, sliced
uy uR Bake at 400' for 25-30 minutes, e lettuce 11 cup chopped green onion

% I EfOaNGROCER", or until muffin tests done. Serve JOLLY GREEN GIANT and the Giant.Figure are trademark 2 can (Ol/! 01. each) crab 'i cup dairy sour cream
HOI with certainty! of and used with permission of Green Giant Company meat, drained and flaked 'rs cup catsupOR

There are all kinds of champion swimming, skiing, lib, cooked crab meat 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
_, BANK AIRICAItD racing, diving and on and on. But how many of you have heard 3 or 4 hard cooked egg, 1 teaspoon prepared horseradish .
of a champion corn-on'the-cob eater?

I Pepsi Cela (Fla. Cress I) (IkoleSwift) Premium Chuck CLEAN RUGSPROFESSIONALLY The people in LeSueur, Minnesota, have and each August, Slice nectarines to yield 2'i' cups. Set aside a few slices for
the townspeople 6f LeSueur, prize'giving and is adding its garnish; place remainder in large salad bowl with lettuce, '
Noa'Returaablo Bottle home of the Jolly Green own invitation to come to crab eggs, croutons avocado and onion Gently toss salad; gar
Roast Giant, Invite the folks from LeSueur for the Annual nlsh. with nectarine slices, Chill. Blend sour cream, catsup
Fryers near and far to join them In celebrationrmd! try your handat Worcestershire and horseradish in small dish; pass with salad:
I Diet finding a champion corn champion corn eating If Makes 8 to 8 servings,
eater This la no easy task andIt vacation not
'your plan are
: it. 6ge first time sometimes takes u much as taking you to Minnesota this

; Pepsi lb. .33e winner.15 tons of corn to provide a year for next, put)ear It on .your calendar Turn on Taste with LemonWhether

everytimel The celebration, which was The rules for the contestare
Short Ribs af HI SDn Decorated a e e started about 15 years ago, simple: you'relll"n 12 to
a cook is from the tables. beverages, breads and
for the
began as a gathering 13 of corn and two
5 ZOor. $1 1 Beef Id9 people of the small town of minutes ear to eat it., So.start Orient.Europe or South America desserts all containing lemonor
Bettie Homemakers can dry clean LeSueur to eat the freshly or Des Moines Iowa lime juice.
Towels practicing now ao you can
: rugs and carpets at home picked com from the field It chances are he or she relvs upon
with truly professional result pull up a curb and grab an ear The beginning cook will find'I
MUleli hiss and soon developed into a contest of corn. All ,need furl lemon juice to turn on taste in I
i IstaotIOer by using a Rug Up u to who could eat the most you the recipes easy to follow for the
recipes Foods which require
available knd of
holster Shampoo healthy appetite man
Assorted from ) corn. When visitors began to hot buttered this international favoriteare most pan. A few more elaborate
Amway Corporation teaming
Jar 4 $1'' that'* a cleaner with the din- join In the challenge, the corn and LeSueur hat served for breakfast lunch authentic Spanish or French
Coffee $1 3 9 st: townspeople decided to turnIt dishes mav' challenge the
of *
2DZ. Free UDZ : cleaning advantages soap plenty of that. Happy eating, and dinner and between meal
and Yo..IerII'hhoul the Into a full fledged celebration enced cook But all recipes can
water'! complete with a "Cornon WHO'BUYS TOP QUALITY'SMOKING snacks. be depended upon to enhancethe
graft Though not completely a the Oirb" Days Queen, a \\ith this in mind, ReaLemon
t Blue Plate dry shampoo. It requires so carnival and a parade, Each PIPES? Foods makers of convenient users reputation as a gourmet
little water to do the job that year the small town of WOMEN DO, OF COURSE. bottled lemon and bottled lime chef
It cleans while only dampen LeSueur expects as many as 'Who has The book is available
bins qualitv smoking juices. gathered gourmet recipe
49C ing the fabric. For best results and
Mayonnaise 8t. Jelly 10,000 to 12,000 people
a'oidII the fabric but pipes. costing $10 and over4 recipes from all over the world upon request bv' sending 25C to
allow the cleaning bubbles large number of contestant Devoted pipe smokers? Wrong. for their new. SO-page Turn on cover postage and handling to:
for the honor
co appear n.o'i:the top'r of :the vying champion of Store. than 60 per cenix>f pipes*);rastifyippybokr Segipng aft, Turn on Taste Recipe Bookie; '
111I11I11 jII ( Ii 'Apple :Blackberry: rug.designed applicator a properly such as. \ Columbian, maker. of the over 510 are bought b>' women devoted to soups appetizers: 4SJ4est. Arrnitage Aveinie..Chicago .
PiaeappliHawaiia. a ;'Appls: Crape ,the 'shampoo applicator available \L-pfficlal s'Cornton' .'.the',< rb"J r".ifWV11Is+ 4"y>Q rding main dish entrust salwa'egei'r. lllinojgghjyiq( ..U1' it, .
from Amwa>.' work the, ''f torn Cooker, ha*joined in the ;Ito the;\'enturi Company, man : ,. !
Peaches Punch shampoo down Into the fabric, facturers of f"The Pipe"
i Apple Strawberry surface
The shampoo cleaning 1 1SS
action will loosen dirt from
i 3 $1Idah 1 :the nf f fabric contain li and hold I
19C' 3ge it suspension Allow powder
II. 46or., 10 or. 10 dry: then let )'ourBCllum!
r cleaner do the rent!
Regular use of a rug cleaner
such as Am\llaY'1 Dry Rug
Pnu 1Mo.Ipsoe Seedless Shampoo will keep rugs look"
ing new and free from soil while
giving, extra wearabiliiv And sr. :.. s s. ,
PLUMS 11.19 1 GRAPES II. 2 5 us non.flammable odorless,.. nontoxic and

Clean, din free rugs can
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: an Antt-Soil Preventive
U.S. No. 1 Irish
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Corn 4'5A "$1 1 'I yTatIVeKMNITAtianNMtarttsrtrI I lu tttT lhr siuEa '". ,

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I Pittsburgh Black Is First 'To/Start Chain Action: With PPG For Store Owners

PPG Provides Capital Outlay Meet Ladies of f Culinary Authority ::e&a; n>> :aJ) Q'O'I .

I Aid Helps Owner At Revestrson .

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Kohn Riodertao and PPG Industries 1 Km'enHenderson -
tered Into U nnustalrelattegt u a res gt Renersar Is now enIIWII.p1' -
Prat ci tens cnra bushel..
IA11 Love backyard barbecues gives a heat-resistant non-
is the Drat Black'''swiftly and efficiently aspossl'ble. 4 4f' but dread the messy clean-up sticking Invisible protectiveshield
to participate la PPG' franchise -' afterwards Cleaning the inside that really lasts!
paint center program, a Henderson and PPG Were walls and the grill of your barbecue At clean-up time, again use a
plan which leaps people pt brought together by Pittslragb. pit can be made leu of a few drops of all-purpote cleanerto
did paHni store owners. Business and Job>> Development chore by using a few heavy duty readily wipe away spills and
''Henderson's itort-:.QuUtyiptlots Corporation,an organization of ,products' like those available meat spatters.No more scraping,
and Decorating--is Located Blacks to heJppther Blacks take .from Amway of Ada,. using harsh chemicals and rubber
at Penn ATe. anflSt.Clair ;advantage of opportunities laI Amway suggests a barbecue gloves no more messy barbecue
g!.. In the East Liberty section business. clean-up trio which ,includes pit I .
of Pittcbartt. The store Is part I I Anyone apply. Candidates I'stainless steel sponges, an all- And a grill spray with a dry
of a massive tace-Ultinf In an 'are screened and chosen a,, purpose cleaning agent and an coating like that available from
area ettlafprlmedfor renewed background In the paint business, invisible protective grill spray. Amway is absolutely harmless
business activlT/. Is preferred-and then PPG For best barbecuing results, in contact with foods. Spray on,
PPG Henderson teamed up assists In selecting and ob-, be sure your barbecue pit is wipe off that's all there is to
because PPG feels there are taming suitable location. k- r r, clean, and free of old. baked-on it. i > all for easy-clean happy
many qualified Blacks vbo could( PPG provides most of the cant grease. A liquid organic clean- barbecuing!
on and operate paint stores tal, and,whennecessaryasslsts. ,, lt' Ing concentrate makes quick
but doot Benderson was a logleal -' the franchise operator la securing work of this heavy cleaning job '
choice: to start this phase outside financing for his d 4cloth. with just a few drops and a Frame. Right
of the franchise paint center Initial Investment, which Is lOa cM or sponge. l
program became. he Is a longtime InaL PPG retains a majority For those stubborn, baked-on Selecting'a picture frame? '
painting! contractor with financial: Interest In the newly stains, Amway suggests stainless Choose one that is lighter than
the knowledge and formed corporation and helps A : -k, steel to tackle the darkest color in your picture "
experienced ready
lr _. ... ,... sponges
to run a paint business. All''' In budget preparation, profit Ir.r ::.::. I i 'f1. .oI. the Picture and Frame
Q hard to.reach and
tile corners
j &a
> ,The twoculinary JOIIIIC are seal kltrtcl for &MJ.r expertise '
he lacked was the money to get planning md ettabUahmentperformance -ca* and Is by courtesy of Jello-O Chocolate'Crem'PIt. la the secIpod crevices, the Institute advises. The frame
V, especially on grill.
art On lift to Dome Economist llarjorte Dyson,
the '
started. standards. picture Julle.Stewart of the staff of Stouffer Foods. Cleveland should be darker than the mat
The Is frozen chocolate This test kit- To assure an clean-up,
.PPG provided the necessary Quality Paints and Decorating delicacy 'orange pie. ', is shown as she worked with NASA to plan Apollo 11.utronauts' .uie f easy and in harmony with both the
the Inside
'chen a grill on
technician eondacting a recipe showing demonstrating} spray
foods and asslstedHend.rsonin will be a family Affair. Assisting ; down-to earth menus. -Ketchum, MacLeod and "" picture and the wall.
the Performance of Jeflo-O Cream Pie In this frown orange wala! .
the best location Benderson the store's iCrove, Inc. Kioto
finding ;possible. as :
chocolate.Pie, This,Is a release from General Foods Kitchens -
only other full time employewill
The site chosen Is a former be his wife, Dorothy,who
real estate office and carpet left her Job as nursing aide as THE CAN
center that needed great deal West Penn Hospital to Join her KEEPAMERICA
of renovation before It was, htjsbanj} Their son, John Jr. fSAVE
ready for use as a joint store i\,18, will provide part-time help [;; : SAVE C me J ,in OU
Again, PPG supplied the pins, He Is a senior at Westinghouse FU&&:' 4
on !how to accomplish this as High school. SAVE r

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STORE LOCATIONS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.: w..4MN IN.M M.s.w Why not enjoy this last long wwktnd of tumm!by taking
the whole family out to the beddl or backyard for e reall1stEAK
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t I Rams Will Top Dallas CowboysNEW

By United Methodist Church: I "IJJkJ.1llE [$ YORK, Aug. 19-The In their league la various ca

tough Los Angeles Runt will teprte..II.lmtiartoBPORT'I'annuli
top the Dallas Cowboy In the polling oftb. mlJot'
National Football League championship .- league baseball players.
i For Twelve Negro CollegesBethNe.Cookma game and the New York The NFL's divisions! c h a m-
I I Jets will beat the Oakland plod In the Eastern Conference
4. I RaIders for their second according to the SPORT
straight American Football poll, should be the Cleveland
To Beiefit League title, according to an Browns In the Century DMslon -;
'I exclusive poll of more than 1000 and the Dallas Cowboys In
\ pro football players appearing the Capitol Division, with the

From. Enerieicy Drive EffortThe -- _ in Magazine.The the current. Issue of SPROT Cowboys Browns forth picked Conference to defeat till the.
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emergency fund will be'. Vivian W. Henderson of Clark attract support trom alumni, :' poll, In which the players In the West, the players expect
sisatnaJo1nteffortbysev. College Atlanta, Ga.; President foundations and other sources.In are asked to predict their own the Rams to capture the
eral national boards aadt.gellC. John T. King of Huston- a report from the Divisionof : : -. :league's standings and to name Coastal Division title and goon
denomination Race Education Dr. Wlcto : the top Individual performers to defeat the Minnesota VIkings -
lea of the on TUition College Austin Tex Higher '
; 'a,5 Central Division
Relations 8 said the appeal for minimum _' __ likely
Sunday February
and President E. Clayton Cal-, 4 Z Mortis Luther champs, and then the Cowboysfor
1970, announced Bishop 0. ,:, noun of Paine College, Augusta, of $2,000,000" from United ; -- the NFL title
Slater of Saa Antonio Ttx. Methodist congregations is part -
gene Ba. In the AFL, the Jets' strongest
president '/ :Jie United Uethod- of a long-range effect of black Kill Fellows competition for the Eastern

1st Board of Education: President Moor said, "The and white educators and church ','- "VS. title should come from the
Bishop Slater said the effort very existence of our colleges men 'to iiDgrada the services of '-. 1 Houston Oilers, while theRald-
will be In response .to a call if a tribute to the vision. and the school historically opper. ___ Attend POUR. U., crate. expected to be pressed
from the executive comml't'3 of dedication of Bethodlstsot both aged for Negroes. "For a hundred /fI closely by the Kansas City
tin "Jowl \ftlcii vote oa JJDJl races who labored to found and years," he said/'these $ : Five recipient of Martin Luther Chiefs and the San Diego Chargers
,: to Invite several national maintain the colleges in tbe face schools have made creative contributions King, Jr., Fellowships! awarded in the West.
I church agencies to Join In support of appalling difficulties. Their tofher race relationsand by the Woodrow Wilson ,Ratings are as follows: Most
of the" special campaign. effort have been rewarded in tothe total religious economic National Fellowship Foundation Valuable Player' NFL, Roman

j Included In the fund are the the lives of more than 30,000 political, and social life of -i1i .to black ex-servlcemcn, will be Gabrtal math, ,N.Y.L.A'l Leading AFL. Joe Passer Na-,
following colleges:Bennett Col alumni who representthe colleges -' America. They constitute the attending tbe University oPennsylvanla NFL, Sonny Jurgenson, Wash.
lege, Grernsboro! N.C.; Beth- in all aspects of American church's number one opportunity this tall.This Is a large AFL, Joe Namath N.Y. Leading .
ne-Cookman College, Daytooa life. Today the institutions have to provldac'ojsfractive soln-. croup of Martin Lather King,Jt Receiver, NFL Charley!

beach, Fla.: ClatlID College, a total enrollment ot more than Uons to racial i tensions and to -- Fellowship recipients than will Taylor Wash., AFL, Lance Al-
Orangeburg, S.C. Clark College 10,000 students. Their phuslcal educate black students to take be at tend)12 any other univek- worth, BJ>.; Leading Rusher,

Atlanta, Ca.: Dillard University plants are valued In excess of their places In all areas of sity. NFL, Leroy Kelly Cleve..AFL
New Or leans, L&;Has- $41,000,000, while their endows American society." 1 W 'N''W A total o! 83 King Fsllow&ji Paul Robinson, C nc.; Leading
tOD.T1llotlOD College, Austin ments exceed$19,000,000.Sliocethe The 1968 General Coherence At \an JIM PL-ill: t b DLn- Offensive Lineman, Bob Brown,
: I> titans this ynr.Thisprogram, NFL, F.A., Ron Mix, AFL.SJD. .
TeL; M; College, Race Relations! Sunday offering of The United MetHodi Church
Nashville, Tenn.; aloivlstcwn was begun in 190, the D..'. Wide said, "18t t&lfe W- now In its second year,Is funded Leading Defensive Lineman,
--T Deacon Jones, NFL, L.A.
College, Uorristown Ten ; church baa given a total of more $500,000 for each year In the by major pants to the Woodrow Gerry Pllllbi n, AFL, N.
Paine College, Augusta, Ca.; than $8,273,692 tothe educationof current quaoVe: utura( for improving Wilson National Fellowship ., Leading Linebacker, Dick
Philander Smith College, Little Negro youth through this one the libraries, dormltor Foundation from the Rockefeller Butkus NFL, Chi., George
Rock Ark.; Rust College,Holly channel alone. The money bad lee, and other physical facilities and Sloan Foundations with Webster AFL, HOUS.J Leading
Springs, Miss., and Wiley College meant the difference between of the colleges. But the, add.tlonal funding! from the Equl Defensive Back, Lem Barney
Mil-shall, Tex. death and survival for .ur Institutions. schools must have funds tor current ,tabla Life Asjdrance Society NFL Det., Miller Farr, AFL,
Bishop Slater also announced(: Today our schools support if they are ti;) con the UniteS States and tie' E. I. Hous., Outstanding Rookie, '
the appiatment of an Interracial desperately need funds for libraries Unman their indispensable services du port do Nemours Company.The Leroy Keyes, NFL, Phlla., 0.
"task force"to"reezamino our student aid, scholarships -' Thjflr needs are critical, Jim Hawkins, program director of the 1G9 Hula Hoop National Championships and assistant studeits who will *e at- J. Simpson AFL, Buff.* ; most

potential resources' in the light and improved faculty w-. :Race Relations: Sunday has been coordinator Shirley Rankin, watch the winning style of lastjs; year National Champljn Uarllou tendtig the University: of Penn Johnson Underrated NFLS.F.Player Bill, Brown Jimmy
of the present crisis' In human larles. The Presldent'sCounclL our traditional method of tale Ullom Jones, of Toirauce Calif. The finals will be held at the Universal Studios Tour Center sylvania an: James M. Griffin NFL Minn., Al ; N.,

I relations. The 'task lpt e applauds the action a'the Boardof tog money for curient operation' in Hollywood!, The top winner will .receive a trophy and a.$1,000 United States Saving Bond I the lakeland, ,Fla, who will Italy: ; ., ,John Elliot, Atkinson N.Y. Garry
\ wlllatuay now the United Metlod Education's executive committee The church has been ruling about granite division of theUni'rerslty'i .Garrison S.D. Booket Edger-_

lit Board bI Education can contribute In bringing their needs I one half million dollars Omega Psi Ph! ( Wharton School: of son Buff, Ike Lasslster, Oalb,
i teethe solution of current tothe attention of tbe church.We ,annually for current operations, Black Michigan Contractors Finance and Commerce; JamesH. AFLCarolina

: problems In race relations, be are convinced! the statemanllke one-fourth me need. That is why Manilit'- Pillada'ahia.- who
aid special effort for 1970? will help we are placing this appeal upon Holds Progress Plan Mammoth lHldina Move 'will study< in the law School;; Students
Bishop Slaer4the; : United us greatly; In our efforts to the conscience: of the church. ... --- Lewis E. Piofflt, ICIDpton,R.I.
; MlchJIMichigan's ) fcpQ will study in the school ojl I
Methodist Board of Education POHTiAC, MEDGAR EVERS HOMES will Attend Annual
will bear also in January a pro- NAACP Launches Svrvey Report Meet' 'four, Black architectural be constructed where Kelly Dental Medicine; BnfordW. Ta-
turn n
grest reportfromanatlotacom firms have been drawn Philadelphia, who will
The architectural
Foundry was.
mlttee applnted last year to R cont', (C&'t ':Executive uncll together for the first time in proposal of Griffin A Ward study in the Law School; and ROTC MeetsFORT

study tha future role of the predominantly Of Negro Contractors.. of the Seventh District of the history to develop Harambee's of Detroit call for 58 condominium Samuel C. Thompson, Jr. Steel
,ton, Pa, who also will study In BRAGGSN.C.-Forty-
Negro colleges the omega Psl Phi Fraternity. Inc. land. Final plans have not beeq townhouse units and
ways they could be financed, NEW YORK. A count-ywlde' at. a news conference during bald-Its annual meeting at(Paschal completed yet, but Initial pros off-street parking for more the Law School. nine students from North Carolina -
and the extent to which the survey and study of minority the briefing session. "Ws are ;! Motor Hotel in Atlanta jectloD'S6owsOver 500 new ho'J.S. than 100 cars. PrebuUd Homes These fellowships provide Ml ALT attended State University the annual currently six

church should sjpport them. 'group building contractors and seeking to Compile an exhaustive -' AT:. members. the council, lug units will be practical and of Detroit has been selected ute or professional study. week Reserve Officers TrainIng .
They1 study is being financedby subcontractors has bean launch- and current registry of min coming from the four states that an even greater number of off- as the mannfacturingcontractor' Two,:Martin Luther King, Jr., Corps ROTC) Summer
a $38,530 greAt from the' ed by the National Associationfor orlty group contractors-not make up District--Alabama, street parking: areas. Fell wswfio rjveiftwarded Camp at Fort Bragg North.
Ford Foundation.. i I the Advancement Colored only ttegroedbut Puertofticans Florida, Georgia,Mississippi..'- BETHUNE ACRES, adjacent to their Fellowships last year,win Carolina.
Working with the board in tbe'' People. 'The program made and other SpanJ.hpgopl'uwIJUu were presentand tnado pro MARTIN LUTHEit KING JR. Bethune Elementary School begin their'second year of'stty These future Army officers
emergency effort and In long- possible by a grant of $173,760 Allans. No such listing. now :great: reports.: Dr.WJ1; ,unMiMlllan :- TERRACES will be located be on property purchased: from (ft'i fall at Pennsylvania.; They are among more that 3500 stu.udenU -
range stadrand planning,Bishop'' from the U.s. Department":, 'I etists. ,* ,<#JfV t president of Rust! ,Col-: where a storage area of.the Pontlac's -Board of EducationrHarambee \ ....are Thoma D..Carter, ;Philadel..,, ,bin n colleges and universities .
J Slater said, is ,the Presides. Housing and Urban Development Suc'i registry: be ''1J.:: 'willhelp leg. of holly 3i ifjs, Miss -'..Iiti City's department of public will offer purchase pius, who is studying in the training In tactics
council of United:Met|odlst-te- was initiated here, Aug.18,with the mlnor'[ : .]-group con- Olsrl! s? Hapto'ijj.v:\n works was. The 4.7 acre parcel this property after It has been school of Social Work,and Howard weapons and general military
lated coleges historically operated ,-, all-day briefing session for local tractor to get a fair share of Talent Hunt chairman Emmett purchased at public auction .. vacated. Initial architectural I L. Tutman Jr., 4004 Ridge subjects here. The six-week

I for Negroes The council,i coordinators from 10 major public contracts,particularly in Cooper of West Palm Beach has been cleared. A/ea plans by Harold Varner of Metropolitan wood Ave., who Is studying in provides ROTC summer the cadet camp with training practical .
beaded by p'nIJfll: Richard: cities along the Eastern Sea the llodi'l Citiespogramwiml'firequires reported some basic changes residents and the Crystal Beach Vet:olt Citizen's Development the Graduate Sthool of Fine experience instruction

Y. Moore o oiBeUmae-Cookman1: board. utilization of labor and to become effective as of the tenants association have approved Authority project between -. Arts. In tactical and administrative
College, Daytona 3each, Fli., The purpose of the projectwas enterprise with the community next District Yearcontlnguent the arh"ectural: proposals 100 and 120 housing units Cub Ernie Banks subjects. Areas of emphasis
:! Is ny 394J.04: : by au exayJ' explained by NAACP Executive : where the work Is. ,upon some major decisions to be' of Howarl; Sims t Associatesof for this site with ample oft- elude the duties and skills required
H ijnmlttea iaclli'if: Pi-esident;! Director Roy Wilkins' ]M/: WilkIns express edthe voted: on at the Annual Meeting Detroit. Plans call for 54 street par'lag.:: Named To Top of a second lieutenant.
hone that utilization of minor/!: of the National Talent Hunt Com two and four bedroom town The A & T unit was recent.
!t 'contractors would prove a'' mtttee to be held af Fraternity houses with off-street parking DUDQIS .MA1oLwlft :dd ly Inspected by two membersof
WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE factor in getting build'ag trades headtyiarters' in Washington: D.: for more than 100 cars The the old Bagley School site at: Illinois ,Post.CHICAGO.ChIcsgo the University staff, Dr. Reginald -
union to deep the color bar a- Grand firm of Stiles Cubs L. Amory laan oaf the'
I 48 NoWaltlng-CredltApprovedon Spot! C. on Auffist 14. Rapids the corner of Bagley and Wes-
School of Engineering and Lt.
67 CADILLAC 4 D. H-TOP .................. $3595 galnst skilled Negro craftsmen. Ralph A. Long Sr., chairman and Batten has been selected sea streets. The three acre star Ernie Banks has been appointed Col. William V. Graves;
I COMKMIT CONTROL All COMDITIONFD, THIS IS ONI 0' OUR MOST The project also is expectedto of Achievement WeanActlvlties to manufacture the units Con-, plot has been vacant for many to a $15,000-a year post of military science.professor
MAUTIFUl CADILIACOMEY1IPIAD SCIATCH analysis of ways indicated id his repot' ttat: aev- struction will begin as soon as The architectural firm on the Chicago Transit Author- Camp training supplements

ONI 64 CADILLAC Of Tel NICEST CONVHT ONES IVt.................................... .$1395 in prOVdt! : da'o contractors Uncles of 'eral chapters I'lotfi t I nPlslris final financing has been ap of years Quluton Garland Associates, ItJ.'Ib.hlltorlcalappolntmeat. academic Instruction presented'

may nan: aj'jual ,uougftatUa'lM proved. of Flint about 40 at educatlona1lnaUtuUons.
m condominium -
69 EL DORADO ....... SAVE 1500 be overcome. Including changes >i I'n' aotUltiss prescribed townhouse units will was made by Governor Ogtlvle. The summer camp programs
TILT STECIINO WHEEL ClUISf CONTROL POWU LOCKS.i WAY WATS in patters of business j>('acttce and suggested by the HARAMBEE TOWERS will be be feasible. Banks, 38, Is the first Black serves a dual purpose. First,
STUb AM t FM IADIO CLIMATE CONTROL All, CONDITION, TWI. training programs, techlnlcal 13 site which man to be so honored. The It provides the Army with more
UGHT KNTNEl MAD AMP CONIKX.VINYl TOP IEATHH W1HIOI, National Achievement! Wok! on a acre was
'''CTOttY WAMANTT MA&ErPSIQAALtA1. -assistance other aids. Commutes. Among his recommendations formerly the Surfslde Market. SINGLE Authority was established in than 15,000 second lieutenants
familyhonses are plan
49CHWIU MALIIU .................................... $27 S William Morris, NAACPtrsc were selection by The market, vacant since 1967 ned for the 69 lots contractedfor 1945. Banks wUl serve for seven each year. Also, It trains some
VU.'AUTOMATIC. FOWEI STIMINO UN, All. CONDITION FACTOU tor of housing programs, is all has been cleaedaway.Arcb1tec.tural1l'01'klsbelngdooebyBow years If the appointment 11 ap. of America's best college stu
WAIIANTY ALMOST new. chapters on Oaofi Man of < in a 40-block residentialarea. dents who become professional
68 RAMBLER 770 .............................. $1995 manager of the project. The pro the Year, a Citizen of -he Year, Governor Ogilvier spoke com- Army officers. '
Vt AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, 1&11. fOWtH ITEMING, All COWOI.HOCUACTOIVWAMANTr Ject director is William C. Outstaad'ng'! Brothers in VarIous ard Sims t Associates and Nat .mendably of Banks. .
Cammack. \ IN j' '\ or has Fields 0 f ,endeavor, and han Johnson i Associates of .

66CORVETFEHUTOP been namad for eah of tbe special! activities centered around Detroit Twin medium-rise ap- "" .. """"""'" .
..27 MOTOI.SPEED LOCAl.OWNED AND ITS UKI NEW.el NAP seven, : ra.ons. They Projects for Youth.He partment towers with approximately re"',\ h< ",\}(., '>. .,',, '<..,"",> '""
CHIVY II NOVA ................................. .....,'$170 are Lee Walker, East Coast; 'asked that all chapters #vej 200 studio one and two ,(::{ : \'tt' :
UM AUIOMAIIC.POWU SOIlING,FACTOHY WAIIANTT.el Rev\ Idadore Edwards, Southeast urgent attention to the National bedroom unit are projected. In. ; tr.h ij.;}
BUICK, ItSABRt ..............................A... IJ99S ; Fred De Weaver, Central I I, addition 40,000 feet of .
EssarContest sponsored! by the
2 t* M TOP All ccm MHrowEi,AUTOMATIC IIAUTY. ,
Stares; Jack War, Midwest; and 2 to
61901DV5 ................ ...........................:.:..:. $1" Wendell Robbins South Central 'Fraternity. commercial of recreational space 3 1 f{
: acres area are
ALMOST P4WMOTOI.NIWTAQ. State Representatives Robert I 1 At
63 CHEVROLET 2 0001 ........... ....................."..$'9' GU Florence, southwest; and I'I'Marshall (Ala.), Herbert Brid- .comtemplated. Off.streetpart- -4 '-it -
64 CHEVROLET 2 DOOI. .........................$79' Roosevelt Carrie West Coast. well (Fla.) Arthur Owens GaO' lag for more than 400 cars will, ';'\' 1 ,, ,, o
62 CHEV.STA.WAGON .....................-._..---$29' Briefing sessions, similar to, ( be available V' : i :
64 DODGE POtARA. ........................_._.___.. $49' the one in New York City, will and J.B. Carter (Miss)report 5' {t t 4 4'A3 4
60 OLDS H.TOP ..........._._.............................. $19' be held In each of these cities i i I ed the following schedule for '
( State Worshop: Mississippi I Ii YA\PY\ I' 4 3 f .
We Take Dealt Where Othen. Refuse The project was originally announced Veterans CornerQ \ p. e
!i I Jackson, October 18; Georgla- .v \" 1,,' '' '.'+\\{ 1'
Credit Approved on Spot by BUD Secretary Island ,:rf!, ,.4, .:..., 5- 4
Jekyll October h'1
10-12. : 4,, 'P ,
;''assistant George Rommey Samuel J.through Simmons his!:, Florida-November IS, Daytona : To qualify for G. L Bill .,.0j. ,t V",4 't;;, A 44 '1 ,,, lNC4O,_ ,
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EVANS3rd ; Beach; Alabama-to be announc.. education benefits Is servicein \ "
at the NAACP 60th annual con-: 1'iy '
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June1 I ed. Each of these State Representatives Vlet-Nam a requirement? { t, i'N 4
In Miss
MAIN Jackson ", indicated a great optimism .A: No. Qualification is basedon : "
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FLORIDA JUNIOR COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLEannounces connected jlsiblllty.. Service ,;:t; ",:"t> ': n"1-.:.<.l'Jt. \;}';,{-:''
must have been other than \" :' w <'f,.$) :;;-M; ..': r\ft:
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i. For Adult and Continuing Education Cowries ,stated educational objective. brogue look sets the style for fresh young fashion

e Registration. will be held frem 7100 p.m. to 9100 p.m. at the following centers. and o.n the following dates, 'Contact your nearest VA office "Here, a kiltie style in rich brown with wide block heel
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p 2.4 for the application) form. and broad toe. Perfing and pinking add the bold accents.
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I Prince Hall Shriners Elect d Dargan Former Daytonian, Imperial Potentate I

Hack Treasvres Study Kit' Soul I Brother Brown Does If Rational Funeral Directors

Scores Overwfeslwlag Success Held' Successful 60. Meeting.

00 funeral directors, their Islam, Mary tend,llusa.cbaaettIIkhlpm.lliuSuSppllIo.
Black history has been
program reported u an
wires, husband, and guests gathered .
overwhelming success In terms of both community aa
newspaper tor the salad annual session Mew New York Worth
and us. by educators aouid the nation. Some Y
50,000 Funeral
of the National Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Ok..1al1oIIIaurecon"
of the film before
showings more than two million people Directors ft Morticians Association
have been reported for the "Black Treasures" film. Pennsylvania,
which met In the south
Distribution and use of this Attucks. Hyatt Bouse. Presiding
ftefency as. Virginia, and West Virginia
material by more than 9,000 More than one million copiesof "4 over the session was Bal Many funeral directors and
schools across the nation makesIt the books-produced by Black timore's Charles R. Law, who their families Journeyed on to
one of the most widely used owned Flrtgerald Publishing was then president of the predominantly INassae Is the Bahamas,while
classroom tools for teaching Company-have been distributedby black funeral directors others remained In Atlanta to
the Importance of knowing a- Bottlers of Coca-Cola around orpnl tlOll. The newpre- tour the many sights la and
bout Negro history and highlighting the nation. sident Installed at the end of around Atlanta, around the city.
works Black Both sets of materials were
some by the convention Is CarnIe P. The 33rd annual conventionwill '
historians and some of the presented to school boards and Bragg, Sr., of Paterson. N.J. convene Aug. Z.., 1970,
where Black Is accepted formally for school
places history Among social highlights of the la Baltimore.FootBallersReady.
recorded.The distribution many major cities .. session were a ret-acqualnted
I kit was produced by the around the nation, including reception, the ;.President's Gramhling
i Atlanta-based) soft drink com Atlanta, Washington, Chicago, breakfast, and the Awards banquet _
i panT In cooperation with the Detroit and Baltimore. Four' where those in attendance
Asssoclatlon For the study of' hundred kits were distributed' heard a most inspiring address
Negro Life and History it con. ,by the NAACP to its branches. by Dr. Benjamin ,E. Mays, pre
bins L filmstrip; a record a One of our greatest satisfactions sident-emeritus, Morehouse For Fifth Scepter
teacher's guide, and two boob.. in the project, "said Mr. college,
Kelvin A. Wall, vice presidentand Wall, "is that the use of the Prior to the opening of the GRAMBUNG, LA. SPECIAL)
Market Development manager Ut by so many different typesof convention, memorial services Grimbltng College opened football
of Coca-Cola USA, Indicated groups Indicated that we were were held in honor of the deceased preparation for the 1969
that "Black Treasures'' on course in tilling a real need members since the last season here Monday with all

has been viewed by nearly two and providing a meaningful contribution session, at the Ebenezer Baptist sorts of grand oae notions
million people and exposed to .Jo uman relations church, where Dr. Martin Coach Eddie Robinson greeted
millions more on radio and It was highly gratifying, for :L. King, Sr., (father of the 70 odd grldders with a fresh
television Including NBC-TV's example, to hear from ai Illinois late Dr.;Martin Lather King, supply of tape and liniment while
Show sncool teacher who said:, Jr.) Is pastor. Baking the usual effort tocam-
Wall, whose dspartnient pro- "As a teacher interested in The visiting funeral director oulage the fact that his Tigersare

duced the material, pointed out truth presented In American -.. ---- were greeted by R. B. Blllr strong favorites to wrestle
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that despite the widespread dlstrlbutlon I would like to extend my James Brown, Soul Singer;Mo. i; Held an opelng in Macon Inompson gave tne official welcome. Georgia State Senator presldant, Georgia Funeral Ser absolute control of their fifth:
of the kit by The Association personal thanks for theb last week Brorn opened 'two of his planned Gold Platter Leroy Johnson of Atlanta made the principal (!:h. Re is rice Practitioners association: straight Southwestern Athletic
For the Study of Negro Black Treasures" kit Con Restaurants. It was in Macon, in 1956: that Brown made his president of the company. At one of the stops the entertainer- host; State Representative Ben Con cranes epter.
Life and History and by tinue your rorktin serviceto first recording. He is co-founder and chairman: of the board business man sans a new hit, "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag. Brownn; Vice Major Sam Mas- Robinson andhlsstaff will have
some 200 Bottlers of Coca- education! of Gold Platter, Inc, a Uacon-baded oompnay organized to Brown, Idol of millions admonished all youngsters to "StayIn sell and Lt. Gov. George T only 16 days to prepare for the
Cola, the Atlanta office Is still The history program conduct' : operate and t-anchlse restaurants and other businesses bearing School." Smith. ardjrois SWAG::: opener with Al-
busy answering a constant flow ed oy the CocaCola Company his name More than 100 attended the.luncheon,. Mayor Ronnie One of the main highlights of corn AiM in the Los Angeles
of Inquiries. is the most recent In a list oi' the session was the educational Coliseum
Equally far-reaching in distribution activities of the Company to program, where the funeral The Tigers will drill twice
and Impact on young involve Itself in Black community Mammoth Convention Stresses directors heard Howard C.R&- dally until the team flies to
people has been the compan'ys' programs. It also main- World News DigestDON'T stile? executive secretary,National the West Coast for the Alcorn
distribution of "Golden Legacy tains a program which will put Funeral Directors association encounter Sept. 12.
magazines.-illustrated history 40 students in college by 1972 Scholarships For YoungstersBALTIMORE HOLD BREATHPRETORIANPISouth speak on "What About Grumbling is expected to display
books which tell of such Black and a "Dentistry As a Career ) Africa is trying to create a climate the Tomorrow of Funeral Ser- the model of aggressiveness
heroes u Harriet Tubman,Ben program which Is aimed at helpIng .. The Seventy-sixth AnnualSeaslon of the of hope among Black Africans by telling its crew of 200 ,ice?" Robert C. Slater professor speed and power that has
jamin Bannater, and Crlspus the critical shortage of Negro Ancient Egyptian Arable Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine senior Bantu Administration and Development officials that and !director. School of made It the nation's best known
dentists in America. held forth in the treat City of Baltimore, bringing flushes of small college football Juggernaut. .
the "future of South Africa to the Mortuary Science, Universityof
i brilliance, festivities honor sessions and awarding of scholarships depends on your ability lay .
ejections foundations now for the future peaceful coexistence of a constellation Minnesota, speak on "What
not Including and the huge parade.A .
South Africa Black Manner of Man is This?" and The team is ridlnga nine-game
Stops native Davtonan.. Charles of autonomous but inter-dependent white and non- ;
I. A. Dargan, a retired supervisor GrandYork ixxigerorinestneoineir white nations" ,The idea suoooeedly propounded is that white J. B. Dorsdy, funeral directorand winning steak, which Included
for the New York Central Rail South Africa wants to oexlst,' not only with Black countries member, New York State a.344, victory over Sacra-
And White Sports BattlesJOHAmiE.BURG'Ibe was unanimously elected The new potentate will stress surrounding it, but also with the Blacks and other nonwhiteswho Board of Fanderal Dire c tors mento State in the Pasadena
rOadf voter to the point of Bowl.In .
strength .
imperial Potentate of the reside in its midst. who spoke on "New York State
: apart- Minister Lourens Muller stopped order, succeeding Dr. John controlling victories, among New Law Requiring a Detailed: his cbaracterstlcally blunt,
held government has cricked a top all-white soccer team Henry Hester of Atlantic City, other Shriners plans. aside their ritualist ON PEACE Calm Breakdown on Funeral Prices., manner Robinson shakes his
dogs on mirhngonplaytagtielde and a leading all-African team, who held the post for two years. ceremonies put and directed GENEVA-(NPI-The UNESCO has ,petitioned Secretary Closing the five-day meet wu head ruefully every time someone -
according to a nays release. from Johannesburg, from playing Dargan served as Deputy Imperial their attention to activities concerning General U Thant to male detailed plans for the establishment the annual presldental and Installation suggests that he has the
Minister of Sports Frank War- in Swaziland. He threatenedto Potentate under Dr.Hes their Talent-Scholarship of a UN Peace Corps to help developing countries. The ball, where hundred talent to command: those mysterious
ing has announced that he will cancel passports. ter.Mr.. Dargan attended Florida program for girls and scholarship .- volunteers in such a program would be restricted to aiding saw the following installed u Os and X's IIItoan:>t'1.
also ban black and white mixIng Sports are segregated In South Baptist College,Edward Waters awards for boys.' projects carried out by the UN and its ,related agencies the beads of the organization er successful season,.r','**
In neighboring Black states Africa. and Morehouie, He.Is now a The Talent-Scholarship activities for the ensuing year: president I While coaches protect againstposstale
This throws a wrench in plan It Is assumed that the World" deacon of the Abysdnla'Baptist : ;ire under the direction Ie r.1t .C; Carole fcj BraftliPateffcot, N. psychological hacuda; ,
ned participation September Pentathlon Championships,Sept;; Church of New York,active with of Walter Dyett, imperial promotional : MAJORITY HOLDING J; rice president: C. E. Ugh few disturbing symptoms are
7, This will mark Swaziland'sfirst 19 to 26 in Budapest, mightbe the NAACP,the Urban League of director Is headed,Chicago.Carl Theboys' LUSKA-NP1)-) white-copper Interests in Zambia are tner, RaleighN.CU Catherine evident, The Tigers appear solid
anniversary of Indepen another occasion for leaving Greater New York, the United program being required to turn over a majority share, 51 per cent, A. Payme, New York; LeonHar at all positions except guard
dence. This Is the first definite 'South Africa In the cold. College Fund and is presently of their holdings in the country, much the same as the white rlson, Los Angles; E. Perry and center.
crackdown. Deputy Grand Master-at-Large (CONTINUED ON PAGE 12)) rubber Interests were required to do in Liberia some years Palmer, SunterS.C.ex.cutlve The basic strength is In a
Some five days, ago Interior! for the Prince Hall Masonic tgo. Up to now, control of the copper mines has been exclusively secretary, Robert H. Miller, massive line where Walter Bra
white. Under the countrs stress of Africanization.a Chicago; and his assistant,Lacy and, (30.)),Clifford Gasper((285)
major share of all resources are to be held by the black-run Kennedy, Marlanna, Ark.trea- Robert Jones (270), Scott Lewis
nation surer, Handy B. Beckett Phil (235)), Billy Nersome ((236)),and
chaplain, James R. WeatherlyYork Gerald Fields (280)), provide
: NEED OWN BASE Ala.; sergeant-at-arms saving grace In troublesome
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast-NPI}) -Black nations in Africa who Terrell C. Chapman, Mt. Vernon areas
decided to keep too close a tie with France, have now learnedthe N. Y.; and his assistant, Despite noticeable gaps left
I o SI fallacy of linking their financial structure with their Robert Stevens, West Palm by All-American: quarterback
II erstwhile colonial master. With the recent devaluation of the Beach, Fla.' financial chairman 'James Harris:, Charlie Joiner
I Franc, the' 14 former French colonies in Africa are faced W. H. Jefferson, Ylcksburg, and Henry Jones coaches are
with the prospect of devaluating their own currency.Some have' Miss/ and his assistant, Carl looking for an improved ack-
D suggested that African nations start now to build their:own,. Miller, Camden, N.J. field situation. Air travel is
separate financial base, Independent of foreign financial: structures. Members of the board of directors still the favorite mode of transportation
., are: C.J. Clark, Dallas : supplemented by the
Texas, chairman; Bobby overland dipsy-doodles of Frank
Francois, New Orleans, rice Holmes Q83), William O'Neal
EXTINCTION-BOUND chairman; Lawrence Jones, ((235,) Frank Holmes (184)), and
TOKYO-(NP1- While the Indian government is trying to get Kansas City Mo., secretary; All-American candidate Willie
its female population to adopt the.Gandhian technic of nonviolent Charles R. Law. immediate Armstrong ((235)).
I non-cooperation, to stem the wave of overpopulation, I Robinson needs time to weld .
I Japan seems to be headed for eventual extinction. An official past President), Baltimore, them Intoservlceable shape.
report by the Population Problem council disclosed recently chairman, executive committee Armstrong gained ;132 yards
that Japan's birth rate has dropped to one of the lowest Fulton E. Cnlkln, St.Louis', last season, while Lewis, an
.i in the world, down to an average of two, 13-tenths of aper J.C. Scarborough, Jr. Durham, old-style threat man, caught
; cent lower than necessary to keep the population level. N.C., lay members.The 35 passes for 719 yards and
board of directors instal pae(tlI. Tigers;inscoringwlth

1049 STREET Arkansas A & M Net conslstsof those named to 14 TD',
Prospects Upped
serve by the members of their In addition to the season ope-
respective states.whlchmcludeithe i'mar in Los Angeles, Gambling!
PHONE 355-9131 PINE BLUFF ARK.-Twenty- Samuel states of Alabama, Arm i scheduled for rspr.v; appearances
Smith scale
six lettermen will return to Pine ,tippIDgthi' .u. California, Colorado, Delaware In Yankee Stadium in New
f I ,
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JOHNNIE, : RICHARDSON,] Unebaeklng is.weak. The offensive -
'of Manuel Arkansas Slstruck ACM on 290 their way. end positions are a- Florida, Georgia, Illinois, In. ton.
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r. : FAMU Rattlers Strong In All Departments Ex cept Quarterback I I

Albany. State Ham About 6etie{ i Ready For Foothill Noted Team Will Seek Help

f; New Recraits --, Defense Set I

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ALBANY Ca.-AlbwiyfG.U year crop. i Wi [ ..1, TALLAHASSEE, Fl... ._(P'..un:) .. There Is in old saying
State Collect's head football In fact, so exhllaratvlets Leo that. U you cut off the head the legs and arms will die b{.them

coach, Bobby Lee, U usually an that he boldly predicts that .selves tiers will be strong at halfback
.optimist, but prior to the beginning this year's recruiting"plums", w.n. the 1969 Florida UM :and flanker At flanker Ed
at fall drtllj sun two teamed wit last year's first. Rattlers are knee deep In experience wards will back up Kent School-
weeks away, he Is to exhilarated season performers, will make when It comes arms field Schoolfield finally came
over this year's recruiting Albany Stale a definite contea* and legs, but only time will tell into his O"li1as i pass receiver
successes that he can der for national honors by 1970. U there Is a head with enough In 1903. He caught 22 passes
hardly wait for September 1st Bland comes with top ratings. quarterbacking ability to lead for 161 yards and tour touch
to get them In pale The 6-S, 230-pounder was aa the Rattlers to their 23th consecutive downs.

And with ample Justification, outstanding star for Ohio's winning season under On the offensive line, every
tool Lee landed several at the Maple Heights High! School and head coach .\.' S. "Jut" Cal- body returns except tight end
most sought-after grldders In will be given a shot at use of there CooiO 'Gilbert: but Benny John
this section and four "blue the defensive tackle positions The Rattlers lost sit lettermen son, a S'4" 230 pounder two
chip" scholastic stars, who; on the Rams' front lIne Williams (five starters) lastrears letterman should step In without .

combined turned down fifty offers Is highly recommendedand team that won eight and too much 'of a problem
lsacceptlnganAlbanyState spurned several offers from 1m lost. two including the Southern The rest of the starters will
football grant colleges to come South.The 83240pounder Intercollegiate Athletic Conference -
be Mel-/la Jones at split end.
This foursome-Isaac Bland who will be give __ ___ __ _. _. Championship.Ul Jones should break all Rattlers
a close look at offenaivetactle Henderson, Mo. 72, second from left, Is a Tackle. No. 38, can be replaced 'with experienced .
(8-3 250), Maple Heights,Ohio; Above are shown several of,AXV'.footballers for the coming receiving record if the quarterbacks .
Larry Williams (t-3, 240)), Is the second of Connecticut's: season They will help Jack Cither go Into their 23th rouse.hire! Is Otis Collier Linebacker To the far right are Melvin personnel except the come through. He's
Hartford, Conn. Frank Weaver High School (Hartford) Jones, Split end Tom Wallace, Defensive Back FAMU luarterback. For the first timeIn
; Mobley cutive winning season, Walter Splcer, No. 89, Is tackle Charles 5'4", 200 pounds and will catch
(1I..c. 190), Madison, Fla,; and products to come to Albany Photo many years the !Rattlers {o anything: :near him. He led the
Bruce Taylor (8-2, 2-M), 011Xoultr1. State Ken Carter the first, into i season without' exp rl- team In receptions with 30 for
., Ga.. are Ideally rait Is now a senior safety and avital loroH( Says Black Athlete Players Go To Syracuse And enced quarterback. 192 yards and five touchdowns.
ed for the Rams' pro-type ot.felll1" cog In the Rams' defensive -. Vying for the job will be Charles Henderson returns to
and defensive alignment .tcODdll: )'. southpaw junior Steve Scruggs left HoraceLovettatleft
Rarely, If ever, has Albany Mobley, a 8-4 end from Madison Still At Bottom Of Barrel Atlanta .' lor Big Invitational, who Is the leading candidate for guard, Jimmy McCaski! at center -.

State had any recruits to equal Florida's Swannee River the starting position. Behind waiter Splcer at rignt guard
to the talent and potential this High School, caught 88 passes NEW YORK Aug. 19-.The Negro has made virtually no ALBANY, GV-Oflethorpe Valdosta State and Florida A, i him Is Dewltt Anderson and the Lid Carleton Jones at right
quartet or the whole first- last year to lead his team to progress la the administrative end of baseball, charges Atlanta d It kilo r It Is Allen Phl'lip: tackle.
; M. the
are among slz. new am-nwts: added to Albany (Ca.)
a 7-1 season. In one game, Bravo slugger Hank Aaron In an article the current State College's 1969-70 basketball schedule announced here by Phillip Is the only one 'of the Ul lettermen who start-
against Qtlncy's Carter- Issue of SPORT Magazine"The three with no college: experience 1'
Robert Ralney, head basketball coach. "ed at their respective positions
Witch Parremore, he grabbed 23 aerials Negro hasn't made any don't want to be a superscout. in au. tilt highly touted "run.' The 1969.70 schedule: but don't count him out. last year, Ready to step li are
I for a total of 378 yards progress on the fI.ld.There are I want a job In the front office fling gunning" Rams will playa December 2, *ivrard< Waters This Is the year Scruggs has letter men Ruben' Hills and Horace -
engaging the Interest of more no Negro managers," says A- You can't keep your mouth 25-ram. schtduleincluding Invitational been wilting for The 6'1" Times at eight! guard or
Ciol 4.8. Georgia '
this than Including ; lefiander! iis been! In the sha
fifty colleges, : haven't made closed and hope everything; II -
"We any tackle.
: anon two .
tournaments- the Georgia Atlanta 9 Valdosta
I. o. Tournament, ; at -
dovs for t
school coach's but there'
Indiana his high ireeyeare, !
In the front office and be "continues the Braves'slugger.
right without
progress Invitational in Atlanta on State; IS, at Oclethorpe a ioubt the Rattlers
: .\,55 1l 1& alma mater we haven't made any progressIn "They'll pat you on December 4-8 and theLeMoyne College; 29-30, LeMoyne (N> nothing In front and of him now but forte this year will be the defense -
for the'next opportunity 1h1.l forked
Mobley's presence should the commissioner's office. the back, and as soon as you (!f.Y J) Invitational la Syracuse, Y J Tournament, Syracus, N. hard all It wall be hard to till defensive -'
make to
four season summer make the
I "Even with Monte Irvin in"get out of baseball they'll say, N.Y. on December 2930. Y, end Roger Flnrae shoes,
54 15 32 the thought of for good Lee receiving a there, 1 still think It's token- .See you later. Nobody's said, "We have on date still open January: 13, at Edwards Waters most He of h1.l.n It. brilliant in but the other 10starters t are
I pleasant one lam I think we have a lot 'Hank, once you get out of baseball spots, back List season the Rattlers
which 17 Florida A.&M.I 19
we are hoping to fill ; ,
the of Albany prior excellent sljna: call and
I Taylor, son of capable of handling you'll have a job with us. Fort r a only 4))
2. Negroes to the start of the season," at Valley State; 24, beautiful gave up yards rushingIn
State alumnus Ralph Taylor, short passer who! en
front-office jobs. We don'thave I'm sure peoplellkeStaaMuslal 10 The
games only veakneeswu
Ra1n.y.o&1d.Flonia Paine College 29, Fort ViUey
HIIISChool'l ; throw longer when he !has
who coaches Bryant assured to but
and Ted Williams were
Negro secretaries PASS iefense. which! should
A.4M. re-2ons( the State Zi, at Savannah State;
1-'a successful football not as accurate.U .
I teams has been the object of think the It's big-league time the offices major, and leagues .I time of After the league spending what; so much else Rams' regular cage cud after 30, at Alabama'State; U, Ogle this point h. will be starting be stronger. after a fur of ixperlence. -
a ytar's absence thorpe College,
along with
the passion of college coachesfor do?" but tideritoa win be
and baseball In general, can a ballplayer Returning sinters Include
Tuskegee and Alabama State February! 2, Benedict
the last two Quick, breathing: down his neck. ln.
years. just took bold themselves and As for becoming the first Leroy Jackson at left and Melvln .
Although the Rams played Tu.bret College; 4, Savannah State; 7,
he Sit
can has
and ton ben
aggressive Scrjgjs in
tough, baseball A- : one
started hiring some of these Negro :Manage la Rogers at left tackle 300
twice last In the Alabama State; 9, at Florida ,
fit his 6-2, 240-pound frame Interest but year, leportment but :a very lmort-
Idicatee an ,
capable people iron finals of the err A.A M. 13 Chattahoochee: Classic pounder Holly Janes u: middle
at Atlanta and ; -
23 !SS 67 la a number of positions.' On the subject of what baseball says: "They keep telling me to in the Chattahoochee: Classic (Albany State vs. Tjskefee act o\e. and that is the bonb.He guard, Gerald: White at left
has Mm ticketed at the threw one tojcfldovn
Lee owes the player and what wait ttl the right time, but 1 only tackle, Roy G. Howard at right
.1 middle this is the first time for them Last,) Columbus, Ga.(Columbus last
but he
for middle guard or PIUS season has
time and ,
Aaron of baseball
the player owes the game, see myself out end, Raymond Wilcox and Otis
on the regular slate, Coliseum) 18, Valdosta State
; ;
22 14 JS linebacker, depending oa the SPORT article: dead and my kids will be wait monjtirtl Ms bomb throwIng Collier at line
says in Billy Carter's highly regarded -. 20, at Pine College; 21, it Ben backer and Leroy
the Rams' defensive formation. what Is the right ability nanny times on the
baseball anything ing. I don't know
1 don't owe Charlton Charles jasser
Sometimes Sometimes edict 23 ,
He's op. While this quarter Is clearly concludes Aaron lathe Oglethorpe Petrels, College; at Tusk geeInstitute. practice field,
but baseball owes me everything time, and possibly Daniel Swain in the
He'adowa. He AddsSubstncts third place finishers In the .
: the "cream" of the recruiting If both Scrubs and .Vnierunfal
the SPORT article.Emnett.
I have played
because secondary Ul are
,He works it all around. crop, several others make hard ? NCAA finals last season, and Georgia Invitational Tournament :er, Phillips couM easily step proven performers -
just as as anyone who should give the
game Valdosta State's Rebels will : Clark College }do>re-
broader these in. He has needs
Lee's smile a one everything
i Willie else has ever played It. feel Reed be added to the 2S-game schedule house, Morris Brown, Fort V 0&1- but the and Rattlers one attire strongest defensive .
4511 m days. Among them ire of the experience he's .
I retire one teams In Rattler
that once on home and bests ley State, Savannah State, Albany history
Boone (II-S, 215), America I away good enough not to let that get
2235. owners should say, 'Henry, for the first time as Ralney State, plus two other ,
in his
ComtojAttractli20 ) Ga.; Larry Bryant (8-4, not way
In Individual
want to give you a Job, Will Make with teams. departments,
eight returnees from last .
Cameron When leave the
Palatka, Fla; Arthur as a super-scout, because I ,....'. team expected b "to.... LeMoyne Invitational: Le. you quarterback \ they rely more on the field fouls
? -- n the
458 210) position question
(6-4 nis d(6.9)225M1aml) T's'Ki.brough' steps up the Rams' opponents.The Moyne (N.Y) College, Albany marks ilsappear, The Rattlers'' :h.1l1IfVfr In the past Pie! main
A & AwardsThe (Ga.) State HartWick (y.Y.) reason being Lovett,who: kickedsix
Fla.| K-le George (8-4, 205)), LeMo/ne CN.YJ Tournament ire strong at every offensive list
He Is
MAN'iDAYSNUMIEREP Is one of the biggest College, and .AssumptionMassO year very accurate
Quincy, Fla.: and Robert Hat position. The only weakness

within 30
a yard
I 270) Winter Haven : holiday tournaments In the New ( College, being a lack of reserts.At range
cher ((6-3, Emmett Reed Community will Lovett Is also the most consistent .
State "B" Squad
York Albany
a ] ,/la.:! .11'J.' i r. ,(.11 '", 'Center w.U sponsor Its first an. area Albany State will the halfbackslot, tll-Con- extra point kicker althougn
be play Albany Junior College at
,.. : :| Resigns. nual awards night beginning la this two-day at. ference Hubert GI\n.! 190poundsofjfootball he fell town
Saturday last
.J K"Yijlt..QlbzlJrd fair with host LeMoyne College;; ,",a:13 p.mF, l> ',Albiny State' year with 12in
; player who witll'the
#,rl>!'UII. ''tR'iN id etnisOut : at > p.m. Hartwlck (N.Y.) College 'and ,"B" Squad"will play Albany runs tit 'attemrta"after kicking 25 In
KaJl "" ... The purpose of the occasion: speed 011 sprinter, catches 30 before;
fhe .
; year
Health indforfine : nbe lUIJI"l8l1J } Allanfa GREENSBORO: M.C. Assumption of Mass. Junior College at Albany Junior like a flanker and plows Into
'' 9i I -Jerry Is to give recognition various And*r will handle all punting.
know,you:.LuciyDayg. Hmbrough, popular athletic participants the summer rec. College. the line like :a fullback Gina Last year he averaged 37.3

Colors Set trainer at MT State University reation program at Reed led the Rattlers In rushing for yards per punt Including five
Send Lucky$2.00 for, Hawks' LineATLA14TAStuting since 1969, resigned last weekto C enter. Kid Gavilan Joins With TampaIn the second consecutive ye.ll''IiIth that traveled better than fifty
your accept a position as senior Trophies will be awarded 'to 722 yards U: 156 carries yards Edwards will handle
Horoscope Guide for Atlanta assistant trainer at Michigan 'the Temptations and the Whiz Helping Youths for a 4.8 average, and he did more punt and kickoff returns.He .

SEPTEMBERFill State Unlvtrslty. Kids In the senior men's basketball it with a bad knee He also will be assisted by Sasser
Hawks guard Walt Hatzard received The announcement was made division, and to the Panthers TAMPAi'Kld'Caviraa: ,'Once- land, Cuba. There he was jailed caught 1$ passes for 179 yards and possible Ufred Dixon

in the alar below and a b'akea jaw In the by Albert Smith, athletic director and CLockbusters: In the a top drawing card in the boxing some 10 times, lost !his monty and one touchdown In summary, the Rattlers
mall to ZODIAC, Post Office anneal Martin Lather KlnrclarIry at RAT Smith said, "th.I Junior Boys basketball division, ring, famed for his bole punch, and was abused as a memberof Helping Clan out In the running should be strong in all deport.ments .

Box 1171 I, Jacksonville, Fla basketball game In Fboladelphia. I Aggits really regrttlosing Certlficlatts of achievementwill Is I helping children of Tampa Jehovah's Witnesses department will be full '. except the one that counts
last Saturday. Kimbrough\ but his new Job rep be presented to AAIJ boxers fight a battle. He Is working In The Gavilan family remains, back James Ovens who scared the most, and that's the quarterback
'HAlffi- Haxaxd underwent IUPt1111 resents a challenge"and we wish Morris Reeves, Nelson Burch.< the Model Cities program,having In Cuba. The Kid speaks English tie duties last year with Robert slot If either quarterback

STREET- Philadelphia and Till be any him well." field and Ernest Washington and !accepted a job that pays and Spanish Lampkln. lampkin Is gone comes !through, H shout
DATE ORBIR1 ae'lon\ tor about\ ill ireeks.ttliiliii Smith also announced that applications AAU swimmers Regina Guln $5000. As an employee of the Model now and Owens should give Glnn be: another\ typical Ro&ttl'qear.
.' from for the position of yard and Patrice Walton. Now 33: years old, S( pounds Cities Program th form rbosr trouble when It cones: to yards
trainer at A4T are now being Tommy Chandler and Theodore above his famous weight of 147, will work u an assistantto gained Last season he had
received In his office Persons Jones will be commendedfor the famous fighter came to the youth coordinator of the 400 yards In 73 carries for a THE CAN

Music SMiils_ Interested in the position are community service Jimmy Tampa In the fall of 19M for area He will set up boxing and ''3.1 average, riliSAVE KEEP '
.. asked to call Smith collect: In Brown and T. C. Hayes will be. the removal of a cataract from other athletic prorr amJ or di.- If Clan gets hurt, i host of
.1: the Athletic Department honored for voluntary service his right eye He decided to advantaged youths. scatbacks led by Glen Edwards : AMERICAMRA

I01DEN Kimbrough aNatlveof The Temptations won the ..n. remain In Tampa rather than According to LOllis I Jones, will be ready to step In. Edwards BEAUTIFUL
STUDY WITH DOCTOR Statesvllle, N.C. and a graduate lor men's summer basketball to return t to Cuba. coordinator In athletics, the is a utility man who will
: of AAT. He served u a championship and the Whiz Kids When Hd Gavilan quit the ring former boxer's experience will double as a running back :and
student trainer for the Aggies woo second place. The Panthers In 1998 he jelurnedtohisbome- stand him In food stead for the flanker. : * +*
Dr. Bolden has returned to and was named head trainer won the junior boys basketball Job ahead Because of Edwards the Rat.

his music studio and is accepting when Hornsby Howell was promoted championship and the Clock- Bob Hayes Hustle
students for the Fall term. assistant football coach. busters were second
Howell Is currently.head foot Morris Reeves won the state
can coacn.Mmbrouib. AAU boxing title In 1967 and Puts! Dallas Over
Enroll Today has also servedas 1ge1 adparticipatedlntbeMU Smooth

,. .. trainer for a number of professional Nationals in 19115 and 1969.
lll..lci:'1ltir Aci rlhi. athletic teams, including Nelson Burchfleld and Ernest Green Bay
: the
:.:, Greensboro Yankees Washington are good amateur
Trl.'it.bll"i.crarTiir.: Greensboro Patriots and prospects. Both are high school
the Carolina Cougars, newest' students and all-around athfetes. .' D.LLASBob Hayes 1s out prediction

..J'. iiitar fiiitir-Driis-Triiiiii-.trii entry U the American Basket Regina Culnyard and Pa of the Landry dotfiousa'
ball Association. He also worked .'' trice Walton are the only refls- played Inspired footballSaturday.
with a number of American Hayes
:*. .* lrrajIilical, Cncktif Legion baseball teams and with dominantly\A1l.Wimmer.tromprt-black schools Re- DaJas stunned the
a score
the Greensboro School Green Bay
tis ha been competing AAU
Akt' his 'new-role/ Kimbrough .Inc. of 31-13 !in exhibition game

will work with head trainer Gale dat. Dallas !had a sellout crowd af I
"- "E" P2TMLSCti C'ojj:' E Roberson on the football staffs. Patrice registered last month 72,000 rearers !In the Cotton

BUSINESS ADJCflETPATKXX COUF.SE I of veteran coach Duffle Daugh,and competed la a recent meet Bowl Dallas was super This 1 l + ''r
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WASHDCGTOK-QfPQ- NAACP and the Southern Christian NEW TORC-Qf--Tke proposal la. Congress to baa the BM !{

Leadership conference Joined forces recently to protest to of foundation funds for voter registration, has been denounced (jr. tons;-Bank Aaron,Mao:
President Richard II. Mlzco the rumored lapendlngnomlnatlonel by the NAACP as a veiled drive to halt the Increase the i day, put"a three-run homer !I.II. '
Clement T. Haynesworth, chief Judge. U.s. Fourth Circuit Black Americans la
voting strength of : particularly the South. the fourteenth inning over the
Coat of Appeals, to Oil the UJS.Supreme court racaocy created la a letter to the New Tork Times newspaper, Roy Wilkins, I: St. Louis Cardinals.
by the resignation of Justice Ate Forms. Hayueswortt's! NAACP l executive director, pointed out that "Negro citizens I I Aaron, hlUess !Dills previous
I opinions supporting segregation la education, hospitals and art not deceived by the tax reform labels because they know 12 chances at the bat, broke
i, recreational facilities were cited la a joint statement seat it Is really aimed\ at, curbing/ Blacks voting strength.! Be 'the clump with his 34-Jj run
to the President, vehemently opposing the Judge, who reportedly said the Voting Rights Act of 1965 plus grants from foundations of the
has the backing of Olxlcrat,Sea. Strom Thurmond of enabled Blacks! to !Increase their voting strength/ by 800,000 This year.wu his 544th boomer of
I South Carolina.ANTISLACKS. la 1988 election. his career.
I 4

POLICE BIAS CHARGES BIAS ; : : with George one Stone out in pitched the 14th a and hit

CAIRO, NPO--PrestoiiEwInf) president, Alexander EVAOTON: ILL-NPs--ThepresidentoftheEvustoechapter:) __ p1 was sac rifled to second Then
County NAACP chapter, charged last week that local city Cook county Police association, last week charged Police Chief __ :: tooy Gonzales walked betore '
I officials: were ignoring grlvinces presented by Black policemen Burt Giddens! with discriminating against th.14 Black members Aaron unloaded. Stone pitched
and candidates He noted that Otis Henderson, one of of his 132-maa force. lfarsha11 Barksdale said i l Gladdens discriminated tour Innings o: one-hit relief
Ore Black members of Cairo's 20-man police force, had against. Black policemen la promotions, assignment I for the victory while Hicks<
resigned because of biased! conditions, and that three Black to advanced training schools, and assignment of Blacksto Gnat, working! In relief, was
j and one white candidates who !had passed police: -eranilnaHmshad predominately black neighborhoods.COOPER'S H tagged with the loss.
not been
given Jobs.
I I The Braves !had tome from behind

d In the eighth oo Orlando
Cepala's 20th home run.

Three years ago Mrs. Eva C. Wanton, FAM0 associate professor of Spanish, decided: that
ACADEMY the best way for a student to learn a foreign language was to start at an early 1&9.011 Fri
class the third CODS C1t..III! jne for community -
day Augurs: 9, Mrs Wanton closed her summer A GOOD= CATCHSo
children. As a result of bee work more than 100 kids between- the apes of five and
sixteen! bar developed aa appreciation for another culture as well as a better understanding deeply footed In the human
2032 BENEDICT ROAD of their own. Results ba/ been wuding Tie class this year had 31 students. Movies mind It the |pIII.I1.I"IIV of marriage .
were shown In Spanish. Mrs Wanton Is a doctoral candidate Spanish! at the Inter-American by capture that torn.
University' of Siltillo, Cohulla, Mexico.' There may be a trip to Mexico next ..amer.F .-- marriage a mock eeremuniee capture.till of the Include

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDATeaches Photo.Mammoth. bride with mink rewiotance bv
her relatt\e..
Conveition _
The Mind To Thlok-The: Hands To Our Aim: To help students gain command of{the basic -
Wilson of Diyoa, the former Douglass Paper, 1547)) with
Work and the Heart To love skills of communication: READING
namely: ,
{ttaA master of Prince Hall being one of the fathers sad advocates
Enroll Yoar Children With Us for the WRITING, LISTENING SPEAKING, and work-study '
Shrtners of the State of Ohio. fullrtghts and equalities
Ensuing School Year We offer training I habits and to give a sound foundation Miss Janis Perl representing In all facets of life for Ts SAur ro SHOUT j AX
From the: MODERN ARITHMETIC.: Our curriculum in- Medina T.mple 19,New blacks In America. mmnls)01S60UNI
KINDERGARTEN LEVEL THROUGH THE NIN CH cludes-vxal and Instrumental music, physical York City, was toe recipient of Sadness was part of the pro-,
GRADE education. < and 'Jut.Traaspor'.atlaa a $1SOO scholarship crowned ceedlngs of the lodge Walter
Slow Students Accepted The 1869-70 ttbrine wueen. McCuIlough, .49, past worshipful
The second place award of master of Plymouth Rock
11,000 went to Miss Matte Lodge No. 18,died while attending -
: Prov.Jed: To and From lIJm..P1.kups. begin'MHS., D. COOPER, REGISTRAR Mangrum, who was sponsoredby the convention. Relatives
'I a.m. Sept. 3. BSflOP 'A,C.H. COOPER, ioU D.D, PHES. Syria Temple 31 of Boston, 'Include five brothers and five
Mass Miss Adrienne West,' sisters. Ont brother, Fletcher
ACADEMY PHONE. :. 765-4165 ROlE'rHORE: ,3556260Sckul : representing Abu Bell Temple McCuIlough, lives In Miami
01, Brooklyn, N.Y. as third Mrs. Gladys McCuIlough survives
211There's place winner was awarded a as widow. Mrs. Willie
Opus Sipt. $500 scholarship, and the fourth ,UcCullough, his mother, resides PHIMSOU
place award of $300 went to In' Atlanta.
Miss Beta Young of Lancaster, The Shrtners' l Coca-Cola / CAN CHARGE YOUR J Ji
S. C., and Miss Victoria Me- Scholarship was awarded to
a PIC N' SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT I DRUG STORE near you Fadden, WlnstoD-3aleml :N.C., Earl M. Barnett, It,' of Pittsburgh rATJAX USE
was the recipient of a $200 a- Pa.r who ,will enter
ward. The "Miss Congeniality Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. rri YOUR
P TV t Award," which is selected by Pa., In September. Earl plans
v f 0 the contestant themselves,went to study electrical engineering. I master charge]
to>> Miss Kayla Lockart of Hartford Paul X. Brown, Atlanta, Ga.;
Conn., who was enteredby representing the Coca-Cola
FORCONIIIIICTOIIS Arabic Temple 140 of New Company, male: the presenta

N'SAVE *HOTELS Haven. ... >. :: .. .,. tion. i I BANKAMERICARO
MIT11'RESTAURANTS i Appearing for the first lime I In Other Prince Hall Shrine
the SJulners'parade was the recently Scholarship winners were William
DRUGS DUVALICEtFUElCO.. I. created department of the R. Hill,Chicago,HI.,$500; Tin MeL Sipt. 3rdIMPORTED
> tit I Ith S'.353 I ill l Daughters of Isls, the "Islser- Edward C. Smith,Canton,Miss,
f ettes," under the direction of $431.00 Eddie Lanjford, Ashen,
Mrs. Anne M. Bolden, New HanD S.C., sd15.001; Renee C. John- R7 R79G5" FROM SCOTLAND
Conn., Imperial 2nd Cere sou St, Mbans' NY., $$500.00( .
!?' monial Daughter, composed of Michael I. Patterson, Knoxvtlle
IN girls ages 8-18. The spry step* Tenn., UI5OOIB.nnettRBetll;
SEETHETEMPTATIONS ping lassies probably brought Wilmington, Del., $485.00 j and

'.' u. C3 NO 1'ERAT' NIGHTQIO more cheers from their spectators Earl R. Anderson Eunice, La. JiBRARE
''''' than other units. szn
MARITAL REiATfONSCNO I The Prince Hall Shrtners
have extended their youth program
SEX DEStRESTUDteOltPATl-: : their local 179 New Rabin
through Novel
I I I BILITY. Cheek your problem
temples In cities of the North
fad let us (or our other help* American continent, from Anchorage Helps Youngsters CopeFor
.: i. .. ,... ,.". 7ul sources)LEAD YOUOH THp Alaska to :Nassau In
PATH TO HAPPINESS AS WE the Bahama Islands, to include
TONIGHT I 7 3 0 P M HAVE DONE 'FOR OTHERS.' "emphasis on youth, particularly ruhr; vounftlm In relating who la ihrlr And pa dlf-rrnlt. .
: Confidential and MO obligation, youngsters of the ghettos I new noel br; Cll Rabin ,+lSTE11kn
but U you care to send money, who have been denied the opportunity may: help.' _
any amomt will help l In con' of wholesome participation The book. "Falw Start," for
these good services.GOB In activities that are char- aura 10 iyid up, a boy; r SCOTCH
CHANNEL 4 SAMARITAN, P.O. BOX acter-building and"pxxi citizenship confront temptation, did hi. ;
development. father* ,terlout problem yet
48-313, WOODBURY, N.II Dr.John W.Davis,New York,, "dln trouble nol only urine..
.08096. N. Y. a retired university presidenl -, but alto enlightenment and a
pow director of the rireiif thened mental! mntrle.Th leh
Teacher Information and Security Harper Junior Book ha 609
''NEM.iiiLT.. National Association won Rabin plaudit nol only: for
; the Advancement of Colored hit futile execution but lira for
CLASS People, as the principal speaker hit ...nII"r perception of howproblems
.: ., SUMMER credited the late Mr. Douglass -' look. children.. .
Now Starting who was born a slave In
Tuckahoe, Md., and published
the North Star (later called F, J
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professional treatment! Xr"V 5Dayj-7-5Care f \'h .
FANTASTIC TEMPTATIONS SHOW l'-'_ .' for 2 Chlldrw. S Mo. Inf. and "! ,a1t11 't ,'
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