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:
September 6, 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:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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NEW YORK -- Opposition' r r,
to the nomination of Judge Clement I. 1 1P
F. Hayuworth for associate SCHOOLS OPENWHENAND
Justice of the UJS. Supreme -
Court continued to swell
this week as the NAACP pressed
Its drive to prevail upon too
Senate to reject President
Nixon's nominee to the nation'
highest court. Strong reaction WHERE POSSIBLE
have come from Black Journals
u well u white, to the !desk
of the executive: secretary,ROT
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"President Baltimore Nixon's Afro American consideration Labor Director Padlocked Doors Governor Kirk

of Judge Clement Hayns-
worth of the Fourth Circuit

Court of Appeals, Richmond,as Fights Bias OH Orders Report
a member of the Supreme
Court, once again exposes: the Greet StudentsIn On Tense CityFORT
law and order' cry as an appeal U.S. ProJects
to racism His record
suggests he Is not attuned tothe LAUDERDALE Racial
time" PITTSBURGH -- The mighty E. La. ParishEducation violence broke out in Fort
Chicago Defender "So, It Is ) National AssoclatlonfortheAd- Lauderdale Monday, resulting
not Just the Negro question In vancement of Colored People, in looting, fights, visits to hospitals -
the perspective of civil rights *through its national labor director and a multitude of
that is at issue. The cause of NEW POST FOR GULF OIL MAN--Kenneth L. Hawthorne left),on loan to the Commonwealth,: Herbert Hill, of New York, In Dixie schools had Its ups and downs Tuesday. charges
underhanded planning
social Justice, the destiny the. of Pennsylvania for a year from the Eastern Marketing Region of the Gulf Oil Co.--UJ3., has been has announced that It will go to Picket lines, stay-at-homlng court, threats orders, all played part of, Governor Claude Kirk, Jr.,
American people and the futureof named by Pennsylvania Gov. Raymond P. Shafer (right) to head up the state's newly created Council court to shut down all building educational differences of school In southern city Monday called for a "full re
of the opening every
representative government for Urban Affairs. Mr. Hawthorne who began his year with the state in January bad been the projects financed with hodgepodge port."
are at stake/' Governor's special representative to Industry for urban programs, primarily engaged In getting government funds because of Where there was no outward mingham and said that the fall- Local law officers claimed
Kansas City (Mo.)Call: "The businessmen more Involved In helping the state solve urban problems through Its unique Neighborhood flagrant discrimination and minority disturbance there was concern. Icily was unfit for haWtatlonbe- they were In"Full control the'
black citizens of America have Assistance Act and the Training Employment and Assistance for Manpower (TEAM) program abuse Now that schools are open, cause of outdoor toilets broken situation"
no choice but to fight the Nixon The Urban Affairs Council, of which Mr. Hawthorn. sill be executive director, Is made up of the This national pronouncement the government stands ready to windows and Inadequate lunch- However, shortly after the
nomination. We call upon all. Governor, Lieutenant Governor and various cabinet officials, and will function primarily to help was made by Attorney Hill because lower the boom, if possible eon facilities outbreak of the racial clashes
our friends In the Senate to rally local communities set up Immediate and long-range goals for solving urban problems and coordinate of alleged discriminationin Where whites can avoid: the Mayor Peter Clements clamped
to the cause of civil rights and all local and state agencies in the field. "Mr. Hawthorne has proved himself to be an aggressive Pittsburgh. This led to parades law, open their own schools a curfew on the town's north..
human dignity by voting 'No' expendlter," Gov.Shafer said. "We need a man who can get the Job done once the Council and boycotting by Blacks. possibly even close down mtxedschools Ocala. Victor west Black district and called.
on the confirmation of Judge makes a decision, and Mr. Hawthorne is such a man." Mr. Hawthorne who had been Turnpike' Millions of dollars were lost that may be done. for the National Guard. The
Hayuworth.. Nixon must not be Supervisor for Gulf, supervising the company's 11 service stations and 150 employees on the during the confusion of last Alabama, Louisiana and curfew covered 200 square
permitted to pay Us political Pennsylvania Turnpike! will have just over four months to organize the Council's office before I... JIlek. North Carolina featured staying In Long Search blocks in the city which had;
debts at the expense of young returning to Gulf in January. He has been with Quid since 1963, serving as a consignment representative '. Hill announced that on Sept. at home by the whit... Florida been torn by two nights of sniping "
black school Children and the then u a sales representative In Pittsburgh before his promotion to the Turnpike t 3, a suit would. be flledinPltlse.rg. did not seem so to suffer,' firebombing, etc. Each
Negro citizens, of".this great Job U 1H8.. A ? particularly' Jacksonville, For Education curtew"'Wu'trom ft p.m. to S\
y land.". The shutdown In P ttlbUrcl1> where conditions were reported -
St. Louis Argus "If the ''' : was scheduled! to end after,Labor "smooth.'', ,Blacks objected to a.m.More than 200 Natonal
President is seeking to reach Volunteer Work Day*. the closing of schools in South Cur ads men were said to be on'
the Negro respectability In a John Dean Blasts Blacks are seeking a greater Carolina and Georgia. In spiteof band Officers of the Stat.Con-
significant way loading the Su proportion of Jobs in the construction bombing .I school servatln Department, the State ".
, preme Court with Individuals Of Noted Jaxon Industry. Intended as a victim opened. Game and Fresh Water Fish
who oppose the Federal Government Hill said, "Either Black menwork Ez-governor Wallace urged Commission, were called in to
participation In civil or nobody works. We are whit parents to demand their help patrol. ,
rights'programs, equal educational Stand not going to let union bigots freedom-of-cholce rights Clements had proclaimed a
opportunities and protection Republican decide who's qualified anymore In Alabama's Choctaw Count "state of emergency because
of our democratic heritage, than we would let George Wallace 482 out of 2,300 whites attended mob action and civil disobed
will not accomplish the task.", Miss Earth M. M. White decide who's qualified" school. Secretary Finch fence" All stores selling
St. Louis Sentinel:' "Th un-> i The leader hit at the Ironworkers and his departmentsaldtheUS. liquor and all taverns were
precedented opposition to the nominated by CongressmenCharles the aabestoe workers, Government will launch out at closes.
nomination of UJS. Judge Cle- On Black RightsWASHINGTON been named E. a Bennett Cltatlonlst, has in Just the and the electricians, as being reneguelng counties. In East Sunday night's trouble broke
ment F. Hay aworth to the U.s. Lane Bryant Volunteer Awards thoroughly "lily white." He Ascension, La., two schools 1 when rumors spread rapidlythat
is said the NAACP will attempt to Bleak had been
Supreme Court fully Justified for 1969 and hasbeen were padlocked. a woman
in light of his record. competition honored with a Citation In stop work on highways,on build Blacks In suburban Atlanta shot In the face by a policeman -
Mr. Nixon, in this nomination,. : The Nixon Administration's do-nothing of outstandingcom- ing and public work projects, held freedom classes, protestIng investigating a drag race
has yielded a significant area backward-moving, approaches, to civil rights and urban development recognition In including Model Cities work, if thecloslngof aBlack school in the Black area. According
of Influence to Strom Thurmondof will bring strong backlashes of .sentiment wonder- munity' service performed ,such are financed with federal, In FlorenceS.C.Blackchlldrenand to authorities, the report was
South Carolina.In ment, and, finally, of anti-Nixon Black attitudes, is the opinionof 1968. 'a state or municipal funds. their parents planned to wrong
The Citation is commendation -
addition to the NAACP.opposition a Negro who heads the Minorities Division of the Democratic nominee's out- Hill compared Pittsburghwith conduct classes on lawns until It is said that Millie Adamswas.
to the nomination has National Committee: need of dealing with the "mas .tandlne'achlttvement of the 'and Johannesburg. the school board reopens their Clifford Allen, native Ocalan, felled by an unidentified
been .xpr..edbl.ader.atthe sive housing crisis," the problems Mayor Barr tried Wednesday own schools has made history nil lum- sniper.
that Miss Eartha M.M.
American Federation Labor- John Dean, who was in Jacksonville of social ills in the ghettoes means to get the groups together. Toilets became a part of the mer, after a lapse of some 20 Mrs. Adams was treated in
of the Ur- White is being actively considered -
Congress of Industrial Organization u a guest and the condition of schools Awardsof On Monday the mass Black argument of whites who converged he earned his Bache. a local hospital. Her assailant
for of two years
ban League the past winter '
*, NattonalUrbanLeague, over the country. to parade stopped operations. upon the Jefferson County lor of Arts from Bethune- was not arrested.
annually encourage -
has described Admin given
the Nixon $5,000
Americans for Democratic Action istration's slothfulness as Mr. Dean said that, during volunteer work designed White sympathizers helped. School Board offices in Blr- Cookman, at the same time According to Police Chief..
Southern Christian Leadership his recent travels over the Robert Johnson more than 20; !
"criminal." He pointed out the to benefit the American working and retting family. policemen.'I i
Conference American country he has found the "re- shots were fired at ]
Jewish Congress, the Virginia action to Nixon as severe that community. One Award and Is Liberty City Council The long search "Is over. He said, "We cannot tolerate:.*,
to an Individual one
Human Relations Council. andother Hick CollateStideits some people,particularly young to a group. "To achieve the Allen Is also JubllaaTbecause future outbreaks of this sort<:<
organizations. Black people," who were turned status of Cltatlonlst is in Itself his family is almost all pro I am asking citizens to get off:N
Responding to an appeal from off the regular political process honor Jerbme E. Business fessionals.NAACP the streets when bomethlngllke:
Executive Director Roy Wll- will come back to "do Klein,an director of, the Awards Opens First this breaks out." .;.
tins, branches of the Association Quit' something about. it at the ballet Committee pointed out. "Fewer More than 80 persons were';'
throughout the country have Box. Head arrested. Six policemen were in ,.
launched campaigns to enlist Dean, in an Interview con than 20 per cent of those nominated The Liberty City Community Council, a Church sponsored the number. Only minor InJuries -;;',',
chnrchse, clubs, civic associations Wblfe tinued "No one In the administration survive the rigid preliminary Community Development Program, located in the City of Miami, resulted.
trade unions fraternal .. Is really, doing screening performed by a Dade County Florida, Is opening the nation's first "MINI More than 12 police cars were'::
panel of faculty from Long Island -
This store will operate under the Challenges La.
orders; and other organizations anything: taking any new Initiatives to become so damaged Looting totals could
in, a massive effort to flood In the field of housing, designated." trade name of "OUR THING." not be estimated. Vandalizing
their Senators with communications EL'PASO -The National Association any new initiatives in educa; the activities of and looting took place in about
urging them to vote agalnst -' of Black Student. became tion. I think the pullback is the Nationally Cltationlsts, reflect a growing "OUR THING" plans Black by Black entrepreneurs, please Riot LawBATON 30 establishments
confirmation of Judge t historical reality hereon massive and I think it says very concern on the part of the Art Gallery an extensive line contact "OUR THING", 1260N. smalldlsturbancebrokeoutin
Haynsworth.CennH.. August 29 when thousands of clearly to the black people that American public for the betterment of Afro-American Clothing W. 62nd Street Miami Florida Parkersburg Pa., but was':''.
Carroll Black students met and charged this administration is not prepared of its communities. Over Black Book Store and a line or call 693-1999 area code brought to an end Blacks
that whites in the National Student to do that much for them. 29 per cent of those cited are of toys and artifacts (305). ROUGE, LA. -Em- and motorcyclists clashed'
Association are"using our "I think there Is a feeling that work toward Bernard N. Dyer, the Executive mitt Douglas, president of the How.ver.ln Hartford, Conn.y:
doing voluntary
freed Of All 'problems for ego trips and to get with the kind of people be has better housing, exercise of voU. Director of the Liberty City loulslana State NAACP, has Tuesday morning Sept.3, many!.
foundation money" surrounded himself with, and lnerl&bt. cultural enrichment, Community Council, revealed Banking Exec. filed suit In the U.S. District Black youths roamed in the
BrAe Charges The Black association demanded with his own track record, the recreation, and conservation. .a press cont.renc.thafthl.De- Court challenging the constitutionality North end ghetto and threw firebombs '
Amlnlstrailon is literally Incapable Store will of Louisiana's broke windows looted
thousands of dollars U Education and youth develop partment hopefully, anti- !
reparations from the other of responding to Black ment are also high on the list become a Manufacturer's Representative Scores Courses riot law. The suit further asks and tipped over cars.. A library -
MIAMI CommissionerEarl people and minority people In of American volunteer efforts, for Black Manufacturers ,that District Attorney Sergeant was burned.
Carroll of Miami once Temporary coodlnator Gwen this country" along with work In physical and both here in the United Pitcher be prevented from enforcing Mayor George KInsella considered
suspended, then returned; to of- Patton, from Tusktgee, said, Dean has forecast that there mental health. Other categories States as well u in the Car-' OH Blacks the law. the damages as the
will be "repercussions" In the rtbean Latin American Market. Mr. Douglas is "worst ever"
flee, has now been completely "White people like to co-opt Include poverty human relations -:
cleared of all charges on conspiracy poor people's problems and then 1970 and 197] elections. and work,with the aged. Mr.'. Dyer also announced that ball following his indictment on Ninety-five persons were arrested -
to solicit a bribe and become martyrs" She went onto The scholar's remarks Final selection for the Awards the opening of "OUR. THING" MIAMI __ A top Black man two charges of "Inciting to before daybreak. Numbers
soliciting a bribe,' reportedly say, "The white kids art turned to Cabinet Member Mit will be made by a distinguished will be highlighted by a private in the Federal Banking System riot," stemming from: his role were expected to rise' ,
chell's to Strom "OUR THINGS"Art Dr. Andrew Brimmer, said in in demonstration Seven persons were hurt. No
$115 000, from Architect Ed.ward about nothing except destruction leaning Thur- panel of five Judges. showing organizing a
Grafton in the awarding and chaos and time-consuming. mood decisions. D.aD.aId the ,They are Mrs. Dorothy B. Gallery. Miami Thursday, speaking before following the unpunished police real reason was given for thedlstrubanc. l
an urban renewal contract last meaningless programs." Nixon setup has assumed a Chandler:vice president, corporate Mr.Dyer Is asking that Black the annual convention of Phi slaying of two Negro youths. ..
year. The Black group will try to "withdrawal" Image He mentioned Los Angeles Manufacturers reading this article Epsilon Pi Fraternity, that the James Ollney 17 a burglary Trouble broke out Monday
,Criminal Court Judge Carl- organize the estimated n5oooN the slowness with which TIMES relations MIRROR Dr. Kenneth who art desirous of introducing teaching of Black itudles In suspect, was killed on July 25 evening and continued through
'log Stedman signed such formal ecro students into a national the term "alldellberatespeed" B. Clark, president; ,Metropolitan their merchandise to schools is useless ,and lacks by Patrolman Ray Bream who Monday night. At one time help
orders Tuesday. This action federation. It is starting with has operated. The closing of the Applied Reserach Center and estimated $200,000,000,000 foresight claimed the youth cut him and was asked from neighboring
will permit the office of the, about 100. Many come from Job Corps, felt Mr. Dean, Is lac.j Mark O. Hatfleld, UnitedStates market, which is hardly tapped Brimmer condemned college attempted to flee. Two weeks communities.
State Attorney to appeal tbedls- predominantly Negro colleges calamitous. Senator Oregon RichardJ black studies programs and said previously Lionel Hughes, 20,- On patrolman was shot in the
missal of Carroll. Assistant adversities. Most of the Dean's answer as t> the Ad. Hughes Governor, ;State of they were like workshops for I was 'killed by Officer LutherCoates leg.' A Black girl's neck wascrazIeS. '
mlnlstritton's effectiveness In Black Panthers Out handicapped people and would Both victims shot Five other persons.
State Attorney John B. Orr has1 leaders said they would rec- New Jersey and Lawrence E. were
indicated that he is not satisfied. comend that the 20 Black colleges the area of minority aid was Spivak ; MEET THE serve to "cultivate a cult of In the back. After the second Including three policemen,were
withdraw from the 430- "No, I don't think it has been PRESS., producer WASHINGTON -< Black Dr.I(incompetence." He urged all killing the NAACP organized a' injured.
Attorney Sy, Chadrott was member NBA. They will also effective. I would say, without ',The Awards will presented Howard 'W. Kenney as director leaders to reject all forms of' protest rally. About 20 persons Main Street, which runs
like-wise cleared of guilt by the\ urge that Negroes not seek of exception, the hostility la the oa December,1969 in Wash of the Veterans Administration racial separatism were arrested through the ghetto was completely '
lice Black community this Admin- becomes the first Negro in history Banker Brimmer further said The NAACP has Initiated a Uttered. A school was
Attorney Orr objected to the Miss Patton said also."In. '.titratIOn, ,,is the worst it has '.la ligtoo honor, D.C.of the at winners.a dinner given \to bold such a Job. He that the business community move to recall District Attorney rued All off-duty policemen ,
dismissal, contending that the. tegration is passed" She felt ever been towards an Administration will bethehlghest ranking Blackman may mean well but is mis- Pitcher and the District were called tG service
,order was dratted by Chadroffs that the NABS should get half of la Washington. The bulk *. la the administration. He qulded in trying to help Blacksby Attorney of the East Baton In Charlotte, N.C. a Junior r
attorney Attorney Barry Gar- the funds In the original treasury. of the people the black com, will supervise 33 hospitals and opening businesses, plans Rouge Parish alleging that!he Is high school was firebombed \
ber. Orr also intimated that She said monies taken la munlty feel he has not lived 119 Wom n'! work? Male lunriih tare independent clinics He Is and franchises In Black ghet- a ItaunChI'ereeat1Onllt; white Later about IS Black youths /
Carter mentioned "flndlncs of bad been used Ineffectively to lids and la spite. of his wel., ,build the not.guard it.fertilize now medical director IheJoha toes.. Then moves might lead supremacist and a founding were arrested and charted with j a
fact" which Stedman did not Miss Patton has :suggested'a fan message, they don't feel the etc and defend the young A. Andrew Hospital atTuske- to frustration for the Black and member of the White Citizensancil picketing without a' permit
mention! plan for,action. he ever will.", that hatch among the pebblM gee separatism he felt. downtown.i f

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idea that when Presidents have appointed justices, : ." '
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A good many citizens remember when President WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS
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Franklin D. Roosevelt became Impatientwith

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buy hearing aids across the counter is comparable
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gress enlarging the high court to possibly 15

members instead of nine. He would have had ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN going. to a dime store and purchasing eyeglasses

the opportunity) to appoint' justices 'who' would BORN MARCH : 'BORN :MINE a I BORN. ?SEPT.. ,. I BORN DEC., .. Should.the.glasses,harrat m e,l yes jnaybe.
decide his '
cases way "court-packing 22.. ', *)IUIY 22II1 t* 23r OCT. 23rl9thlSthi 22i IAN. 19th the person getS ,what deserves. '
episode caused wide debate and Congress dropped 27(1( APRIl.'[, ISth. ,

the mattet. 9th-lSth: Stop everything. Rejoice or regret. 9th-lBthi n'. 'a race. If ,Many ,people will stock -on the, finest liquors
There needs to be.'no ,fear about the-majority tth-lSthi It', not propitious. There 1* a chance to put little There always comes aday when there are signs of any flaws lathe
There 18 aim growing tendency finishing ouch here and another we look back on something we defensive and cigarettes but cheat themselves when It comes
of or position
the Supreme Court appointees, for they have on the part of people who work, there (9th 10th). But from' have done or failed to do, and economy
demonstrated almost always'that they have mindsof no matter where or at what, there on, problem*f or obstruction either feel exalted or shed tearsof to attend, there to them.are just Don't day per. to taking care of their health. Don't be weighedIn

their own, and interpret the laws,with justiceand to adopt the attitude that the could arise u U from no- sorrow But what 1* put 1* mlt friend or misplaced hope the balances
and found
fairness. Even the southern Hugo L. Black pay 1* never enough. The fact wfere or act a* If a monkeywrench past, and even nature herself to make you waste time which wanting?
ha can not recall: It or undo what
1* that It never: WlU be enough, suddenly now be classed u a precious
surprised the nation with his capabilities for a* nay be noted by the growing thrown In the work*(11th,12th). baa transpired. The point simply may uset (9th, 10th). The
fairness and wise interpretations of the Constitution demand of those who seem to begetting With the prospect betterment 1* to draw our lessons and solar eclipse 1* symbolic of A 'COLLE'I'ST"" SPEAKS
the highest rate. It being more like a worsening conclusions and apply them toward -
adverse trends or event which\
could reach the point where we Instead It may be good tactic a better way of life In could affect: your future prospect OF "U" AW "THEM"by
to cancel of the future. A solar eclipse
will UU the goose that lays the anything Importance a* well u ,everybody
Our Electtnl golden eggs. And then-what? and decide to sit this one out. reveal that there will be considerable -
else's (lIth). Frustration take Doris Brown; Negro Press InternatlonllEditor'
This would Include soulsearchingamong
There Is a solar eclipse em.' projected decided onttnon turn foreboding
; phaalElng the threats of labor, trips, Job c bin g**,new method the Utiran tribes ((11th a other disturbing events ( not; Do "we" run our lives .. or do "they""
College Is .ArtINvuted and service difficulties or, In *, and monetary dealing that It will be up to each Individual or consequence* clear throughthe Doris Brown' answer, penned 18 month ago,miy offer Insight
wine Instances, to continued are outside of dally needs. Be to determine where the faults end of the month Q2thX. IB aa agew "they"are*often blamed for what "we" bare
In scientific advancementthe'United States is well-being (pith The future discreet In personal behavior. and the credit lie, and to take ,ourselves done.)
far ahead of our fondest dreams; but in mattersof Implication of whatever 1* In the medicine or the reward la 4-68-20-84-312
politics and social reform, it is alarminglyout the process developing are 4-55-14-60-45-552 stride It appear a* If key Some collegians were discussing the word "tint" during a
reassuring (12th). Arlene who association and finances will AQIAllBS "bull session," when one of them said "I think they ought to
of'tune with the times. Why do we condone see the light may attempt to LEO receive the brunt of attention make 'alntt* a good worl After all, which U more correct,
"filibustering" in the U. S.'Senate, why do we throw their weight In favor of BORN lIt and pose problems (12th-15thX BORN IAN. Aren't 17' meaning 'Are I not?' or 'Ain't I?' meaning 'Am
continue to waste our natural! ,and, financial 'resources -' taking a more moderate course 100 I not?"

in an undeclared wart;, why do we continue 23RO AUG. 221k! '':''7..19-42-111 20th FEI. lltl Another In the dictionary.Joked ""'Ain't'He opened Just 'ain't'It to a the goat word word"ain't'It says'so and

I to try and satisfy southern politicians bent 9th-15th why risk It? Since 9th-lStht Maintain guard. noted that "Ain't" 1* considered "Illiterate or dialectical.
upon retaining the status quo, and why we hold time Immemorial, people have SCORPIO Keeping a close watch oa your "See, that prove It," he Ball.
on tenaciously to practice of electing our President TAD IBS looked upon solar eclipses with life partner' action and Interests The argument continued with one collegian affirming that the
dread. While In our present BORN OCT. 1* akin to watching over English professors were ruining the country and another sticking
by an antiquated electorial college? BORN APRIL lay and age we manage to take your own. If he or she suffers bv Mi authority the dictionary
f i: Resistance to change is inevitable. But we are them In stride there still 1s a 24th NOV. 22il a setback, or la a physicalway *Not one of the student stopped to consider who put the words
I obligated, to the dally press for keeping, us in- ,2Btl :MAY 20th lurking apprehension regarding< so do you. This furnishes in the dictionary, la the drat place. It was not Noah Webster,
formed about the dangers of the continuance of their significance and Influence 9th-lSthi Hopes crash.Bene ample reason for any protective not an International conspiracy of grammarians", tb"J"m-.
'tth'lStht Be vigilant If over human and worldly affairs. fit from the last two calm day steps that can lie taken oa 9th, selves
the antiquated Electoral College system. In short 'there are finishing touches to be Not many of us are anxious to before hope crumble to put the 10th. The solar eclipse> spanglesout The student talked la term of ''the,/' b who are! "they"?
statements, these are our reasons for discontinuing put take advantage of the two be too daring during and after finishing touches whatever saving, Investments, tax Who besides themselves, through their use of the English lang
our present Electoral College'system: day that are left to get the their advent. The one now scheduled 'Is being undertaken on 9th, and Insurance matter, a* possible nags, can decide what will be la the dictionary and what will
citizen's Job done (9th, 10th). The first or rather announced, for 10th. The solar eclipse can sources of concern(11tb). not?
because' each vote
1. It is unfair sign that there 1* danger ahead the llth. will be followed by a place a damper on friendship Hasty moves purchase, loan A much better way understanding the English language 1*
does not count equally. 1* to be seen In the formal a lunar eclipse and a whole series a* well uplratlou on llth. or decision I liken on the advice to note its gradual development not by grammarian, who
2. The people do not efect their'president. solar eclipse pith See to It adverse planetary configurations ,If, In a few Instances, It Is believed of friends could bring losses la merely record usages, but by the people .:
Instead electors chose from ch state to that youngster are constantly that wax In strength as the that throwing good money their wake (lath). With the rest same I* true In almost all area of life. One obvious
are t under a watchful eye, shun month comes to a close. It after bad will bring the latter of the month remaining on the aspect of modern American living Is the use of the word "they"
do the voting for the people. ;emotional attachment corn- may be prudent not to take a back'to you It would be wise uncertain aide, It appear wiser U some mysterious tranacendent: force over our lives.
3. The present system does not even guarantee pletely and. last but not bast chance on speculation or to to get rid of the notion a*quick. to let well enough alone, andUa '?hey say It'* going to rein" "They say that cotton clothe
the election of the man',who ,receives the most :beware of the pitfall of speculation. make any other financial commitment ly u possible (12th). 'T11I'lteftD1tely be content with gains, even If are better than wool clothe." "They say that 'ain't' just
; Your own inner feelings that could have rather 1* not a Ume to lend they are considered trifling. lant a good word."
votes. > generally trustworthy, could adverse consequences (12th). or borrow, or to expect return Going all out for the jackpot Technology which requires that a person narrow his Interests '
Let us work for. a system. of direct popular ,betray you and set you off on 1"8-U-SO-45..244 *from professlonal Invest- may leave you out on a limb. to achieve highest efficiency,' tends to let a* Bee only
election. 1111'01I8 adventure that may ments or disbursements. The 101 our aspect of life Thus many American may understand their
'contain unexpected and'unfor- YIIIIHM weekend may btadvantageoualy role In the assembly line of American economics but cannot
Jim Irewa Is I seen hardship and difficulties spent by yourself provided you 8-44-90-12-812 grasp who the "they" are that control all.
Crybf, :"WeK1'Jim |(12th The wise, seasoned IN.2M ., are ready to ponder question Government 1* another upect of life which we consider athey"
Taureans may have to stay at and agree. to place the blame PISCES matter. "They passed a tawexpeadingsodalsecuttty""They .
Brown Syracuse fullback, turned actor changed the speed limit la New York.",
I home or otherwise play It safe SEPT.. ll\i 37099134.38SICITTIIIIS;
,must 'stand trial on aid assault charge arising under any and all circum BBBN FEI. 'But who are "they" beside "we" One possible cause of the
from stances. Experience Is your 9th-13thi It'* personal Although social disorganization and turmoil we face 1* the feeling on the
Hollywood traffic accident.
11th #AI.21th
guide. one should think of others part of the populace that the government la not our own creation
However, Brown, 33,, say this arrest Is' an before considering oneself, BUN .MY.2Jri 9th-15thi Don't build wilL. but the work of the politician, the mysterious "they."
'example of police harrassment. Wedon'tkr.owall JJ-17-20-83-339 there are moments when It Is It has already been demon American forget moreover, that the -U. a. Constitution
sides of the but if the every man for himself This Is IEC. 21st strated that it'* easy enough to begin not with the word, "They the states," or "They, the
controversy; ; news reportsare GEMINI more or less the slgntflcanceof 9lh It's dark. build a wall to separate peopleof politician," but "We, the people"
true Brown has only himself, to blame for the solar eclipse that falls la the -i51h1 know, It or not the same Ilk. It'* much Television and its antecedent, radio, are other examples of
his bad publicity for ,alleged brutality upon 'BBRM MAY solar rising house. Protect the Whether the two you first days of thl.Clvarter' more difficult If not Impossible how "they" control our U....Television advertisers capitaliseon ,
household and the family from only the fact that American will
and other behavior left In which to to tear It down. The solar buy a product merely because 1
women questionable are
21st LINE 21st any threats/Internal external personal orprofeaalonal eclipse: poses the danger of presumably everyone I* buying it, especially the elite. ,
Brown has a fine opportunity to become a Wh-lSthi! Don't make It happy (llth, 12th). Check tendenciesto wind up pressing matters ( !' married people or partner*doIng Without thinking without evaluating, without questioning I
\ great movie star, but he may well "goof" There seem to lie a prevailing be acidly sarcastic, to make 10th). The solar eclipse coup just that which could be whether the one-eyed monster Is worth their time, American '
accusations that may lie falsely let another "they," the television take the
tragic for either or both (11th). place of their own
his chance too much theory that we all must target of Saglttarlan
by unfavorable'publicity.Maybe ; based or to behave In general hide the Confirmation that more trouble, mind*.
Brown needs to become 'master-of him do our thing whatever that Is In any way that could be termed ambitions and fruitless render their(lith ef.). and dlssentlon would accompany la rejecting the "they" a* the authority over our lives, I am
to U
supposed It It
mean Walt hit
self and his behavior. The public exPects cer- 1* anything offbeat, or contrary, harmful to anyone, Including fort The solar to eclipse may Indicate such Ill-advlaed action*1*quite not calling for the aboUtlm social norm. Such 1* Impossible i
elf. Money and Impractical la .
precious be1000&1I1P society \
In evidence on the 12th. The .
tain proPrieties' from Its movie entertainers to anybody' Interest, Including or favor la the
or paper may be that prestige 1* repercussion could lie felt But for a community: to coatIDM'OIIatln.: .;there must lie'a ,
,even though they move about with,.considerable your,own., the advice can be deemed safer in a bank or safe eye of the ruling power under. jointly loss of prestige feeling oa the part ef Its elttxeaa what they themselves art the <'
summed In worddon'i.The ). The
freedom. p one deposit box than lying some dimmed (11th eteddthe or ultimate authorities oa _Jail to oat, wear, believe,like and diea
"personal solar eclipse 1* a symbol where around the house. Don't lying reasons may be traced t* islet r resource*. =the like,' since they established these norms,, U the Ant place. '
The Judge'hes ordered Brown to stand trial l of negated results no remit, unfortunate emotional affair,
wait until
the horse 1* stolen an economic standpoint alone,' It American win always be troubled by Inefficient government
.In court 1 Beverly Hills., lfBrpwnls, Innocent! ,or spend result much of of the kind future we time may before you shut the door. Forewarned abuM of personal liberties consider, or asa I ,would be wiser to try and makea mediocre artistic achievement and social disorder mill
our that some
{ as' I* to be forearmed. attitude go together to the ef the .they bee their weUwtovelopee-"Uey" coeiple ad pet la It*
he has an 'opportunity' to ,'prove ft. well as wUMag we had not brought about" authority (11th. eat place MatUtudethat' Vindicate himself., : (UH). 44-lS-30-26-41S 9-68-13-80-49-453 2.50-14-ei-W: ,line. 4-70-33-1MM over our ewe soul and destinies. .' '
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I President Warn Tenn. .-State Graduates That New Thinking Is Man's Need I IBethuneCookman

Graduates Receie Degrees Doll Fashions Beauty Travels To Nigeria Dr. GraNville Sawyer Explores

If ..s. CiliiSlif ,

,, r.wrrww.ww.w.. ashlonably dressed"Soul 1 I' Valves Of Black Man's Position

M rr.rl Sister" dolls recently made'

l wr rwa. .: their debut In New York City.I NASHVILLE.s\lI'l.\ )' '360 member of Tennessee State University
,ar! not however before executives summer*.traauatlng class heard Dr. Granville M.

., r ww I of Fun World Inc, made I'I. Sawyer,_ an alumnus. extol the Importance of man compared
e pies of the doll .am-I to the conquest 01 me moon.
a local Black community It this generation fall to racial Injustice as "mainly a
", ers. According to Marvin Hof-, salvage "human beings Jwpe- passive one" and the last hun-
I fer, the company did not want lessly mired Id a (purposelessexistence. dred years as a "century of
to introduce a doll that would, the conquest of the racial arrangements between
w be offensive Co Black people moon will J'wjiemptr, ac. parties who consented to its
A quote from a letter bearing compllshment said Dr.''sawyer prescription for various reasons -

the signature of Warreni the President ofjfjjjas of practicality"
Marr, U, public relations as-' Southern University affi ouston. He said America Is "In the
statute, for the New York Sawyer, who left thelaeulty midst of a revolution," and
NAACP branch stated In part of Tennessee S l at e University added: .
"Reactions from the female where he was Chairman, of the "It requires new thinking

members of our staff to three Interim 'Committee' i operatingthe about nearly everything mean-
samples of your 'Soul Sister' Institution to become President ingful to us. The fundamental
doll have been quite favorable of TexasAojvthern, test, however, is whether or
I There Is unanimity in the feelIng -, livered a searttihg" tfldresswlflch not American democracy can
S that she is totally acceptable brought the graduating assimilate black minority dissenting -
u a representative doll. classes to their feet In standing elements and thrive
"While we arewilUngtootfer ovation as he finished as a viable moral force In the

I this staff reaction, we must The exercises were held in world.
make it clear that this statementIn the W, J. Hale Stadium, where "1 believe It can. .1 think It

rk r no way constitutes official President A. P.T encltnew- must" .
endorsement." f ly elected president, awarded He said that black colleges
Each little eight Inch "Soul degrees from the Graduate and universities, which were
Sister" in the unique sextet *4 / School and the Schools of Agriculture 1 "established to make perma-

... I collection is a total personality. < and Home Economics, nent the separation of races,"
_. .
.ooI" Unlike most dolls eight InchesIn Arts and Sciences Education, must usum.leadershlpIDpro.
Thirty Bethune-Cookmu College students received degrees duringthe65tb annual Commence height the clothing Jewelryand h and Engineering viding training and social experiences

ment Exercises held In Reyn Memorial Chapel August 24. The keynote speaker for the event boots are removable.All "It would be tragic Indeed if to adapt the black

was Dr. Benjamin Perry, Jr., President, Florida A. & M. University, Tallahassee Dr. of the fully Jointed vinyl all we can bequeath f to our:young man Into the "mainstream of/
Perry warned the graduation class to "study and keep Informed on the latest technological dolls have the A f r o coiffures are footsteps on' the' moon," our national life"

developments--technology is where the future lies." A citation for business and human rela- but each Is chic and styled JJ j-1 Dr. Sawyer said, "Or,'in.the "No other agency In America
differently. : words of NBC's Frank MpChee: Is so equipped with the par-
tions was given to George L. Burrows Fort lauderdala, a former B-CC graduate who owns an '. !/'I
Four of the endearing little "to put a sensorlng device on tlcular expertlst required to
electrical and to Florida AIM for work with the United Fund
company, \ Negro College
"Soul Sisters" are costumed NEW YORK Black beauty Linda Miss the moon to measure the exact lead the masses of the poor
i : queen Bryan Empire
Certificates were awarded for a recent peaceology seminar to Mrs. Dan Warren Mr. and
full-sldrted little girl floral State for 1(69 is here preparing for to Africa moment that Chicago blows up and disadvantaged from the
a trip by Jet
Mrs.. John Frink, Rev. Harold WUthurst George Zelger, the Rev Robert Hew, Dorothy motif designed dresses, In deep ,via the Nlagerla Alines with her manager OphellaDevore of New 'In fire agaln/L "' Sawyer:was I spiritual and physical ghettos

Griswald and Mrs. Helen Whitmore. yellow, dark blue, chocolate York City. The two-week trip will be graklously hosted by speaking on the theme of racial of their existence to a life of

brown and pink. The boots the Consul General of Nigeria and the Nigerian Vice Consul and social unrest using thetltle I dignity self-respect, self de.
i... are scarlet and the panty hose, Information. "Who Gave Birth to the Fire" termination and economic In-
:Women's Talk Weor-Doted Shirt.How'd / black. Accessories are the or Mrs. O'LeaJ'"s'Cow:' dependence" he said.
I large and popular hoop earrings' visited." toi-ill: R.-/
you like a one year, and chain necklaces.One "We are iiMrVjtfltH, /
Bt MATTIE COLIN-NP( money-back warranty Dad on and the little "Soul Sister" re- Fashion threatening fires of eruptive I I entertainingPorts I
Center shirts you lazes In a stark white cotton social change. : I And the forces
Overweight need not be a pro- News from the information Junior this Fall? blouse with black patent leather At A GlanceThere which threaten pur, tranquility
Mature Woman assaying for the Sweetened
401 on the Next time shopping belt black and white bell- of creation
blem; If you are over plaid are our own they
Chances are, if your're over- ; "Daring menopause men In your life is on the bottom pants and red boots are' going to be fill with flattering long torso lines. are manmade and. therefore Fragrant Cup
weight you're overeating. No- there Is a loss of certain hormones schedule, look for these two A multi-colored necklace clothes by Designer Joe Cope- Another leading styles for summer subject to correction under the

ted New York Dr causng less water retention clues: graces her neck and her large land for the woman who dies "shorts" also comes In address of our collective. In- Great style Is natural to
gynecologist A famous name -B.V.Dthat's Parisians, and even the In-
than In younger women. dangling earrings are triangular not have the figure for mini shapes for every figure. ThereIs telligence."
Schlussel finds that
Seymour been around for 94 troduction of coffee to Paris
This medical fact should makeit In shape skirts and bare midriffs a one- lec. Jumpsuit for the But what seems of greater
of had flair. The
the weight problem many in all states, Including a special
mature woman Is due to their easier to lose weight since years Alaska and HawaII. Scene stealer In the small Miss Copeland has faith that sleek in beige cotteon gabardine importance is "the white man's exotic Turkish Ambassador
water is what causes fry collection Is the little"SoulSI.ter" the Flowered cotteon rejection of his responsibilityfor
"psychological state." retaining The Monsanto Wear-Dated covered-up subtle very becomingly brought it to the court of
the hi-fashion the situation! and the blackman'
But he pounts out that woemn both a bloated appearance and identification,which on knitted wearing feminine look will sruvive camouflages shorts with a wide Louis XIV in 1669.. Ambass-
with ineptness to correct
In this age category should have an actual weight increase.; and woven shirts fromboys' long grapefruit sleeved yellow hlphuggingbfouse pantsult In a recent collection she front panel. The shorts are top the conditions* ," Sawyer help said ador Soloman Aga had moved

less of a problem losing weigth The gynecologist, stated that sizes to men's extra tall darkbrownboots, with three presented classic,elegant looks: ped by a plain-colored cotton "On the one hand," )he added Into a splendid French pal-
than their younger counterparts the administration: of the hor- large means It's made of a matching buttons on the front In both day and evening wear blouse and Indian-emit jldared "the American white man apparently ace, and the Beautiful

Nature aids them. "Physically mone estrogen a widely accep tested blend of polyester and of the blouse and huge square that most women can retain fora vest rejects the basic notion People of Paris on his guest

and medically, It Is probably ted treatment In menopause combed cotton for fibers, from and shaped dangling earrings! long time.-jerseys and knits Scarves continue in popularityand that the social upheaval which list dress swooned and over decor.his oriental They

even a little easier for the may cause a slight water retention date guaranteed of a year To parents purchasing the with pleated skirts waistlinesthat are longer in length narrower marks our existence Is his own were even more enchanter1

mature woman going through In some people but It Fashion purchase.direction in the "Soul Sister" collection Hotter are raised or lowered and In width, and higher in price creation. And on the other, with the dark, mysterious

the or post-meno- Is not permanent and can be ''dress shirt collection in' warns: "As a father, I would shirtwaist styles with a time (the signature ones). the black American appears not beverage he served Most
to lose weight he said lost with a little effort cludes a galaxy of fresh'new suggest giving (them one at a less look New York designer Norman to perceive clearly his respon- Parisians had never tasted
psuse ,
of estrogen/'Dr. STAY BEAUTIFUL: Hands Suit dresses with Norell slbllty for helping to correctthe
Dr. Schlussel an assistant clInical "The use uninhibited colors; the full lonztallored covers his with big sty- coffee before
processor in the Department Schlussel aid, :'15 a highly- caped colter.ln..8lj..shapes, and nails require constant care. Jackets came! in gray, browm Hand stars and,always they are Sawyer, depicted the black There was only one problem
special thing--t 1t Is, it' de- and the new silhouetteshlrts Nail polish is only part of the and black. There were longgowuwith vivid in color.* Turkish coffee was

J .01.1 tNeeYbbfkBM' And 1c Gjrnecolog r > ; washing, protect I enedj r
your\ ,i >
tailored clothing from wool with does not think I' _
wqrsaqMany peoplebelieve a, Ughweight / they can be too
legs reportedly finds that a hands Mien washing dishes or1
that '' dmll 1sterlng this Knits.eduaUs.colorful: ( tWI the look of crepe In apple green long. He already,1s maklngntne\ [;I. '. 'L. .,
major problem of many of his doing other household chores.
.hormone prolongs youth. It year, reflect the strong and bright purple. feet of scarf for mun and onhs:
patients !Ii overweight. trends for cardigan sweater- with rubber glove pi
"As apperars to do this by pre- And protect those precious The name of the game Is "co- es to have scarves for women ?
woman gains weight,asa shirts the V-front plackets Gin the rocks
cruth:'she overeats, perhapsout venting certain premature aging with fashion collar and lay "eyes".Whether you aredrlv- lors." Explosive colors have longer too. on

of a very real depression processes like demlneralizat ered-look pullovers ing a car, on the beach or Just replaced the pale tonal com Gloves are doing their"thing"

brought on at the menopause Ion off the bone." Man-pleasing Is' the word outdoors on a torrid sunny day.'l binations of winter. tool Among the newest and most

time Or she turn to al- Dr., Schlussel made I if very for the whole B.V.D. group, Wear sun glasses and..try not. And ,"pants" are still number novel Is the glove that clips ontoa
may '
cohol., Melancholia Is anothermanlfeshtfoa. clear that not everyone needs and It's' good fashion at to face the sun, even when wear- one, on the preferred lists! leash belt. Each glove has a 03f:1 In': '

estrogen/'Women who are depressed everyman's price, lag sun glasses; too much glare In the sports department,there change purse on the back And ( ,.
,. But it's a, whole r:* and light can result in serious )
NP Features)
the doc due to severe menopausal ( are cool-appearlngputs-dress the belt can be worn around the
psychological: thing eye injury
symptoms may benefit by es which hid the pints divisionvia neck, like children's mittens
tor explained. r
"The woman nrf longer?< feels this. treatment. Or there may A BookThe Review panels at front and back. And there are even more glove ,f;

she's attractive' and so she beI'a: definite physical needs These are popular particularly fashions being readied for fall
for supplementing the hormone. following among those who are not enthusiastic STAY BEAUTIFUL: Cheat the
looks for other outlets. We all precis, released Muss.," ($10.00), the volume
And there is often a cardiovascular about "heat." shadow
Keep liner
and thepants-with-
from Harper R.w. eye ,
know.the sterotype of the natron edited and with a lengthy Introductory )
need.Estrogen Publishers outlines the lives of separate-tops outfits. Pique and mascara from smearingnow
whQ does civls things! treatment shold be administered essay by ProfessorOsofsky
three slaves, three autobiographies will be published by, seeing to be the fabric that is by dustlnglightly with trans
"A:younger woman\ can get by under the advice ,
her natural selected by writer Gilbert Harper & Row on August 27, favored hi the smart pants- parent face powdar. This will
more easily on
and supervision of "a'compe- Osofsky from 100 narrhtives Because Negro literature of I dresses. One of the outstanding help "set" your make-up after
attractiveness., You expect a tent, gynecologist;' Dr, Sch- and are considered "su this period/ had been flooded with version Is a black pique its application. I
young woman to be appealing, lussel noted. Any town or city perior autogiograph. .by any manuscripts by bogus slaves- "I fl WJrl
but you comment on it in a had medlcalsocletywhlchcan standards." i
a one was even written by the tit) n
woman over' 40.I You say how supply the name of a certified. The autobiographies of three white daughter of a Kentucky ........ .,- -
spry and buoyant she is. Well gynecologist in the area. slaves--William Wells Brown, slaveholder became necessary ATTENTIONLearn ua t Il
after 40 a woman does have to Dr,. Schlussel discounts the Henry Bibb, and Solomon North- to have these narrative i, hurl) hxd: t tuh.ur f

work at It"T .old wives tale' tale about women up.-all written before the Civil carefully authenticated to Style Wigs I Toraike $50 / f targt
War contained in a new up rinancinga llable,
Schlussel Is Their authors
who associated subject
Dr were
difficulty In Homo
over 40 having more $400 or more your or
book. They were selected by to detailed letters you may use your B.A card
several Questioning
with hospitals--in
weight than the Business. Complete course
losing historian, Gilbert written former or MC Card
were masters
eluding Mount Sinai,Monteflore, younger woman. It Is a quest- over 100 such narratives, and neighbors for corrobora- $79 Course available from IU., rs 4; t

Flower and Fifth Avenue--In ion of mind over matter. "It as "superior autobiography by tlon. A tal..o seemingly 1m. Cat 7' ,
New York City is quoted In all a psychological thing," according any standards". probable u the life of Henry FLA. WIG STYLING ACADEMY
News form the Information to Dr. Schl se1. Titled "Puttin1 On Die Bibb
'ts: |led to an extensive correspondence I
with white Southerners -
all of whom verified For, lif.rMitiu' Call 355.0901 I

Bibb's account Several of these tiN.e.. ... ,, i .
Are Beautiful letters of authentication are in- In S lit;

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For The Good Of The Master
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M acedonia Baptist
'.Service* u usual Sunday with Church School at 9:30 DM : I,' MIDI THE BIBLE r

i 'con John K. Singleton and teachers Till bt II charge The T n COiNlllUS .. SIAM ,....
lesson will be reviewed by the pastor or an appointee. Con >"4' wales, IUI OCimr
Mention service: will begin at 10:45 a.m: for the choirs, CHICAOO KUNOII seamsAll

II deacons, deaconesses, ushers and members, with the pastor
In charge. Devotional services begin at 11 a.m. Music:

I will be furnished by Choir No. 1 and Choir No 3, with Mrs FOR US
Battle Bess and Wallace Mime at the Instruments. Friendly
Usher Board No. 1 wlllserre. Holy Communion rites eUl Hive you ever thought how right hand of God" and 'mikethIntercession
begin at 4:45.: Both sermon of the day will be given by the much God hat done FOR US In I FOR US.
pastor Rev. Wilbur Burgess At the close of the service: Christ Heb 6:20: declares that our'
Holy rites will be conducted by the pastor, visiting ministers ti tica tl! In Rom. 8:32: we read that to Lord entered the Father's presence .
deacons and deaconesses. Weekly activities are save u* from sin, God "spired FOR US" is our forerun.
8 Christ Aid Society not His own Son, but 'delivered I ner." Heb. 10:19,20: therefore encourages
scheduled: Monday night,
weekly and K ersae Him up FOR US all." In Titus 2:14: I believers to come to
Tuesday 7.4J prayer meeting '
Meeting : p.m.
we ire told that Christ "gave God in prayer: "Having therefore
Bible study; Wednesday night, Choir No., 1 and Choir No. Himself FOR US that He might brethren, boldness to enter Into
3 In rehearsal; Flrday, b p.m. Choir No 2 and Choir No. redeem, us from ill Iniquity!: ." the holiest by the blood of Jesus
4 In rehearsal The church 11 locates at 3333 Franklin. In Rom.'5:8: the apostle declares I. a new and living way which

Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is secretaryreporter.First that "while we were yet sinners, He bath consecrated FOR Us ."
Christ died FOR US. Gal. 3:13: Just think how much God has
Corinth Baptist says that Christ wn "made a done FOR US In Christl! He de.
Sunday opens at 9.45: with superintendent and teachers In curse FOR US." livered His beloved Son to death
charge, The morning service begins at 1 :45, with all Heb. 9:12: states that "He entered FOR US, Christ gave Himself FOR
choirs ushers and officers serving' The pastor, Rev. Into the holy place US. died FOR US, became a curie
W.UJones, wW speak. The evening service is at 6.45: [the presence of the Father] having FOR US Intercedes FOR US, entered

I Prayer .service: Tuesday at 7:30.: The Bible Class meets obtained US." And eternal If we trust redemptionFOR Him for heaven FOR US as our l,

Friday at 730. The public Is welcome. .F+ i dj this "eternal redemption" we may Forerunner and consecrated
new and living way" Into God'spresence
i read further In Heb. 9:24: that .
Friendship Primitive Baptist "Christ is not entered Into the FOR US so that we may
Services: Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 945. Mrs. holy places made with hinds ;come boldly unto the throne of }
Leader Smith, and superintendent, and teachers will be In but Into heaven Itself, now to grace" to "obtain mercy, and find
The morning In the of God grace to help In time of need"
charge. The evening worship begins at 5 pm. appear presence
worship begins at 11:30: am. Rev H. Robinson will speak. P4 FOR US." Rom. 8:34 asks who (Heb. 4:16): ). "If God be "FOR US
In who can be against us? (Rom
can condemn the believer
Board No. 1 will throught the
Choir No. 1 and Usher serve
Christ since He is now "at the 8:31): .
day Prayer service will begin Tuesday, at 7p.m. The
church located at First and Pearce.


Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Superintendent Penile

Solomon will be in charge. Rev, W.E. Young pastor will
August 31 represented a new step In the progressive program M. Smith, president of the Missionary Society, In charge. Form Meeting September 12 _
choirs Usher Board
In All and
speak the morning. youth of the AX.E. Church of the Master; 6837 Vernon Road, Shown In the picture, from the right of the board 1s Mrs.
No. 4 will serve. AU youth choirs return Wednesday after whir Rev, Solomon Waterford pastor. A beautiful outside Octavia Brown, winner of the Miss Church of the Muter Con-
noon. The teacher meeting is at 6.49.: Prayer meeting will bulletin boar, constructed of brick and glass, was dedicatedby teat, and first from the left, Is Mrs. Inez Ritchie, runner-up.
be at 7:30.: The adult classes are cond'acted every Tuesdayand Presiding Elder Shehee. This was part of the events of Rev Solomon C. Waterford if pastor. Regular services are The Church Women United will October 25,-United Nations
Thursday night at 7 p.m. Mrs. H. Solomon and Mrs. the day, Missionary Day was also observed with Mrs. Llllle_ held each Sunday. The public Is Invited.Anniversary' hold a forum meetlnrSeptem- Luncheon at Robert M eye U i
j ,Wynn are Insturctors. All are Invited. ber 12, 1889 at the Young Wo- Hotel; October 31,- Trick or

HOLSEYCME In Another Libor Day Weekeri l..Ui' Officer men's Christian Assoclat I Ion, Treat for UNICEF. There will
Sunday School begins at 9:30: with the superintendent, Mrs. | 325 E. DuvalSt.,Jacksonville. be pick up stations for the box
Birth Grlffen, and teachers in charge. The morning service: The meeting will open at 10 a. es. Mrs Henry Brickner the

begin at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. Rev. M.H. Barnes will hoi his Although the Labor Day holiday period has Praises Yietiin m. with adevotionalbroughtby Chairman, Greeting Cards, I
first quarterly On September 14 there will be a Baby Contest Rev. Edwin Albright, associate note paper, brithday cards,
between the Sunday Schook, the Mission Board and, the' passed, the prognosticators hardly ever make an pastor of the First Pres calendars obtain from Mrs J.

Stewardesses Stacy Pollard and Ricky Eugeane are contests error by a wide margin when they predict the Service Mea byterlan Church.His topic will B. Petty, Jr. November 7..-.

I watt number of traffic fatalities in a two or three- .. be "A Fish, Symbol ofthe World Community Day, Arlington
day period. WASHINGTON D.C. -Sitting Christian Faith". The business Presbyterian Church
PEACE MpSIONAHY BAPTIST placidly back at his desk in .
will be conducted Mrs. 10:30 a.m, Mrs. Norman
This year, it was predicted that more than Washington, the assistant tome David Holloway, pr a side at. Rite, chairman.
Regular services: will be held Sunday, beginning with the seven 'additional persons would be taken by deathin Chief of Nival Personnel for .Items of dls

Sunday School at 9:30: with Mrs. D.B. Barnes, superintendent Florida than in 1968. Leon County, for example, Human Relations and assistant cussed will be: October 3.

and staff of teachers in charge. The morning worship had at prediction time exceeded by'three the to the Chief fo Chaplains for Area IV meeting, Riverside
: begins at U a.m. Consecration will be observed in the basement Plans sail American troops In Christian Church, luncheon Rosetta Cohen
j with the pastor, Rev.}D.B. Barnes, In charge Devotions number of deaths that took place in 1968. Thereare Vietnam art o'a different breed tickets available; October

1 will be led by the deacons. Rev. Barnes will speak. The even- about four more months to go. from thosa :mvlng statasllj.Caputj 10,.. China Exhibit at Riverside In Concert Sunday'::

lag worship begins at 530. AU members are asked! to be At the end of August, Gadsden County reportedtwo Tiomas D. Parian, Park Methodist Church' ,

present Sunday for assignment to their districts George more traffic deaths had occurred than in all Jr., ChapUH Carps (CMC), fuMauy'j Invitations to be picked up; At St. Peter
Clark, chairman of the Men's Day activities, is asking the .1 b: ? ru1:'. t I.l tor :)f.
following men to men with him Sunday after service: : Deacon ti's .. S of last year. This same trend Is developing fleer, moJa: in statement on National Golden Mrs. Rosetta Cohen, gospel !'

Dan Tate Herbert, Grant, Alto Ferrell, Nathaniel White, Co .. .,, I I across the nation. return from a 25-day visit to singer, will be presented in
M. Strickland: Pete Simmons, J.W. Way, Marbles Howard, ? Most automobile drivers get in too big a hurry the Western Pacific area. recital z
Rubin Taylor,Willie Bronson, Men's Day. Rev. R.w. wultten Mrs., Marx Goodman! above, 'As a,representative for, the Stars ReturnTo a Sunday, September .
\ will celebrate her fifth anniversary duringholidays periods,. and they, cruise at 7, at 3:30 p..,.tn, stale St. '
.will speak at 530. Rev. Barnes closed a revival at the Mt. Chief o f Chaplains, Parham I
high speeds to get-their vacation Peter A. M. E. Church
Zion Baptist Church., Three persons were rcelved, all ofr as a soloist, Sunday 'visited several countries ShePacific First trl Born 0
baptism. Rev. Barnes will hold revival in Waycross Sept. night, September 7, at the the, way earlier. .A half hour longer may save Including Japan,Korea, .Thirtieth and Lee- Louise I \
McCloud Is the RevR
after returning from the National Baptist Convention in Kansas Mt. Ararat Annext at 8.30p : an autolst's life. .Guam, Taiwan, the Republic: of The National Golden Star will Wallace pastor sponsor
is located
The church
i' City at m.16th and Myrtle Avenue. Holidays give some people the idea that they the Philippines and the Republic make their return to' First

Among appearing are must drink heavily to get into the groove and swing. ci South Vietnam. Born Temple, 325 West

tale Exec Here Sept. 7 The Sunbeams groups Voices of Many are behind the steering wheels who haveno Paruaa Speaking said of nil he visit found to Vietnam that the ember Monroe 8 Saturday at nlcht,S.P t. Grant Memorial

Jerusalem Cliftones, Me- business there. A lot of 8:30bJrequat:
people can't
men serving there have a true of the I
general public.: Assist- Ushers
Call Singers The Art Goodman Announce
the drink-and-drive habit.
of their
7 Choir 'Traveling sense mission, dedication lag with them will be Elder
Stars, Soul Revivers, Regardless of what other people do during all direction and purpose that White, The White Singers, AnniversaryUsher
B.S.A. Crusaders Rev H. holiday periods, try and be) extra careful. Is not common in other placeshe The Hill Sisters, and others.
has visited."I .
L. Herod will serve u master Elder White will be master of Board No. 1 of Grant r il
of ceremonies. found that the meu throughout ceremonies Mr. Rosetta Memorial AJ4.E. Church will ,'-,
,VeterwsAdniiistritiot the Republic of Vietnam art Cohen, gospel singer, will be observe Its anniversary In the ".
Luke I particularly: those in the hospitals the sponsor, Elder A. Hill Is main auditorium of the church ,I'
St. ,
v Baptist where the doctors,nursos pastor of the church. There Sunday, September 14, at 4 p.m. .r.,'
and corpsoiaD wire WCl'klDcuthat is no admission A short program has been plan
District Meet Q: I understand that a law wu even with their 12 hours ned, with Mrs. Richardson In r.J
recently passed which: I Increasethe charge All boards and clubsof e '
a day, 7 days a wk schedule St. Paul Choir ;
amount of a direct loan which: they had no resentment the city have been invited.'s:
or personal .
District No. 2 of St. Luke The Lawning ProcessAs the Veterans Administrations I remarks about the time Mrs. A. B. Marshall presi .. -;

Baptist Church will meet can make to a veteran. If, so,they serve (on duty) to accomplish No. 1 Celebrates58th dent. Rev. A.J. Reddtck Is ,' fl.
Sunday, September 7, at soon<< as the good weather what Is the new amount? pastor. ,'
their mission ;
starts, the Suburban Pastime "he said
the home of Mr. and Mrs
A Under law President

Newsome 1473 (or obiesMon) is lawns, and : a signed According Chaplain Parham, YearChoir I
Abner Haynes, former football star for the New York Jet.ancIlI01I' Grothe.Tommy Business, of importance when that first robin appears, so Nixon on June 6,dlrecl 1969. the servicemen overall attitude Dr. Reddick
do mowers,rakes,shovels,shears the VA make
may now In Vietnam Is that
director of a Zale Corporation employment program, will be transacted. clippers, and ihovels-not to they are convinced No.1 of, Greater St.
will be In Jacksonville September 7 to accept applications for the mention loans up to a maximum of that their Jobs are help- Paul AJ4.E. Church, Rev. A.
The meeting opens at ubiquitous bags of fer
tale Manager ,Tralneeshlpa and other positions with the firm. 4 pm. Moses Armstead, tuber, peat moss, wood cblp\ $21,000. Toe old limit was tel and necessary in the pursuit C. Chandler minister,will celebrate Discusses God i I
Haynes' visit to Jacksonville Is a joint mission--he will also soil savers and what have you. 17500. for freodom. Its fifty-eighth anniversary '
conduct a four-and-one-half hour "sensitivity" training workshop leader; Rev M. J. ProweU But the lawn in your future Q: My father Is permanentlyand The chaplain also stated that, Monday,September 29,beginning And Service Sunday yr
for Jacksonville area Zales managers and departmentheads Pastor. will be very different. For one totally disabled due to a percentage-w, servicemen at t p.mH at the church,
more :
of all Corporation stores The workshop la designed to thing, research la being geared service-connected disability Incurred In the main auditorium
acquaint managers and personnel with the problems and attitudes toward the production: of slow la World War n. lam attend religious servicesin : The program will consist primarily Holy Communion will be ad"n
Sweet Brothers growing dwarf Llueftrasses. Vietnam than servicemen ministered during both morning ;1..
the poor underemployed that the stores will be hiring. 19 of songs. Talented Individuals
Within a few years, a lawn may year and married. AmI serving stateside.Citing and evening worship periods at ;
Haynes will be at the Sheraton Hotel Sunday, September, and organizations of
1 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to talk with Interested persons and need It cutting will be only once resistant a month, eligible: for educational assistance u 'Incident: during his the church will take part. Clarence Grant MEMORIAL AME ''
about the Zales employment program, and to dispense applications. Give Green drought and disease.highly to. from the Veterans Administration visit to the Navy headqartersla Felder, president, has announced Church. r'
Interested persons may'also pick up applications at Another promise for the fu=: ? Saigon, Chaplain Parham that the members have Dr. A. Joseph Reddick will :
any Zales store In the area and mall them to the Zale Corporation Cove ProgramThe ture is instant lawns. The nod A: Yes.Mar.lap does not affect siJ, "On Sunday, while was worked untiringly to .make the discuss the theme''Do You Recognize .":
612 S., Akard St. In Dallas. Haynes will also be Industry had been growing your eligibility VAeducatlonal there it seemed that everybodyand program a success. All are Ccd's Presence?" At /"
accepting applications for Manager Trainees from the Jacksonville Sweet Brothers of New greatly in the part decade, und assistance U you are otherwise his brother In attend Invited the 10:45 A>f. worship period
Saigon :
area Interested persons with at least two yearsof York, the Supreme Angeles ofWlscon the boom I'lgog even bigger lit entitled under the Way ed and at the 6:45 P.M. service It),
college: may go to the Zales stores In the Jacksonvillearea and the Traveling the you'll be able to, Orphans and Widows Education chorea. Tehy can la such Deaconesses To he will preach from the theme, .e
roll out of droves that the had "
a carpet lawn withoutany chaplaia to "Islands of Service,
and pick up an application Echoes of Kentucky,will appear
at Assistance Law.Q .
of the trouble of seeding. more the location because the The United
Choirs will serve
1, Big TeaThe September Opportunity 13 Center at the Clay In County GreenCove '. fertilizing and initial maintain : I have 10 percent serviceconnected oU site was not large enoughto Meet At. Macedonia throughout the day and allushers rs
ing. Completely automatic irrigation disability Incur red In The '';I
hold the number of Citywide Deaconesses will be uniformed andserve
Springs at 8:30. Rev.C. will service:
Pilgrim Five be :
Prayer Band standard in most
: All bands
at S areIsspooserlngateaSeptember n
prayer 1M3.1
I am recevingl8amonttt will meet September 11 at at the
W. Howard is sponsor Rev lawna. And men attending services.. evening :
you may expect cusstom
in invited. Mrs.Lizzie Carswell R. L. Lambert of Vidalia will lawn taro by profesiionaU Why doa't 1 receive $23. Now far away from battle-torn 3 p.m. at the Macedonia Primitive The Sunday Church School h.
7 the
of Mr.and Mrs, leader be muter of ceremonies to be as common in the future as A: Tour disability was incur ed Vietnam, the 43-year-oW Navy Baptist Church, Run and will convene at 9:30 A.M. with
Ruby Herring, 4909 Avenue B and First Mrs. Edna Gordon Is the' Superintendent Amos e'
lug drapery clI1'Il.! odar. daring peacetime beterao ,said he felt Bro.
duger .
.,tlrrr...i...sttiiiir...Nrrfl;..r 1 you art paid the period during his visit there. president.Is reporter.Mrs. Ellsa Robinson V.his Rose officers In charge along with '
and teachers
rate which Is
I. peacetime 810'per "1 wouU pt up la the morning
I, Til Wl IAVETI GO TITIIN TOCET- a cent (to the nearest dollar and hear pajple talking shad -
) of the wartime rate. The r
where th.bomballd tile rockets
period from FebJ, BBS, through -. ,hit the CENTRAL HEATING '
Madam night before, said Par- and :
i. LOW PRICEDRUG 3 ; V 1 Aug.C, 19M,Is considered. ham "and on several trips la r
peacetime. The) VIM-Nsm era, country, I had to wear a flack AIR CONDITIONING i

from Aug., B, 1964, to some; Jacket and helmet as .a safety
.! STORE NEEDS i MARYGifted time future state, Is considered war precaution" MSTALUTIONS REPAIRS !

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Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store WE WILL MIST Spiritualist, Palmist Psychic Reader This Week la i
; -_AMY FREES ADV IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver If you are overcome with trouble and conditions that are not Negro History :HEAT SPECIAL As low ,
.We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions. |e natuaraL I can remove them; Overcome Spells, Bad Lock as

I and with Evil Influences.and I will Remember help I Satisfaction am a true Pyschlc:, barD Sept."7, 195) Ernie Banks became the first Negro signed to S675.00up to eight
power, you. In one visit
play with the Chicago Cubs of the National League
Dixie I During many years of practice: I have brought together many! 'Sept I, 1 Ml John W.Roberts,first Negro missionary bishop
Phannacy j In marriage and united many who were separated .If you la the Methodist Episcopal church, bora at Petersburg, Vs. Jpiclil Gut htil 'SiitMiir t .
are unhappy, discouraged or In distress, lean help you.Does Sept. 9.17S9 Slave revolt at Stone, Ge. 31, HIS
bad luck seem to follow you? Has the one you loved changed? Sept. Itea Dr.JohnFopenrst Negro president, Morebouse
\ 1312 KIMS 1111 ''At MTITIE I can tell you why. I will tell you who yow enemies and friends college bon la Augusta, Ga FREE ESTIMATE
1\ } <, are and if theOl\lOIIlm.1I true or false.'l l 0 e ate Sept. 10 1 Nf" John R.Lynch,Representative la Congress from
:; ':,, ;'. hill 353.5511'' lost and stolen articles.: I warn you gravely, suggest wlseiv :Mississippi during Reconstruction, was bora.. For Information Call
f'' and explain fully, Satisfaction Guaranteed Sept U, ItGi BUMS desegregated la Atlanta, Oa< : r
i' ;' ,Sept. It, 1749 ,. Prince Hall founder of Free Masonry among Threeway. $
: J PIT PRIVATE AIm CONFIDENTIAL READINGS negroes In North America, was bora. ;: Hening And Cooling Co.
I, Sept. 13, U" Alain LeRoy Locke, author-phlloeopber, r -
Hours: Every Day and Sunday 9:00 A,K. to 10 P." ,
,'fA;) 1" was bora. Re died la 1984. 733 EASTIIMK
m .lllS'* '''AT'' III Slllf 8521 New Kings Road Corner 45th Street Sept.. .'II, 1949 Harry. Burlelgh noted c composer-slagwr of AVENIE' 79M33S. r

1 'Jacksonville, Florida spirituals., died.' One of Us compositions wu,, "Deep '
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I Barefoot Blacks And Youths Invade Staid Episcopal Convention In Indiana I IRoligioa

Aid Race Tenn. U. Florida Graduates Philadelphia Pastor Leads

BISHOPRIC APPOINTEE I e Invaders In Hot ProtestsSouth

"II CHARLOTTESVILLE:, Va. (NPI) -- For the first time in the Bend 1D4-A::
I history of the 1p1.copal Dloctl.Virginia,thename of Black Black Philadelphia preacher led a group
minister will be placed In nomination for the post of suffrages of barefoot disstnlent Blacks and their associates Into a special

.',I, bishop. when a special diocesan commute meet Sept. meeting and made It plain that "Ths Blacks, the poor and
I' 16. The nominee-to-be It the Rev. Henry B. Mitchell vicar the oppressed are going to tell America what It has to do to
1 01 Trinity Episcopal church. The suffragan selectee will nil be saved and the church what it has to do to be saved."
In the spot to be made vacant next Dec. 31 by the retiring of
Bishop Samuel B. Cb11ton.'f The Invasion came at almost cusslon of missions. Finally,
the same time of the granting presiding Bishop>>John E. Blocs

':t by church official to the r e. secured permission from the
I'II XAVIER U CHAPLAIN actions of the right to m o r t assembly for the disgruntled
IIII', NEW ORLEANS CNPQ -. The Rev. Jerome LeDoux S.V.D., say u to church actions Mem visitor to use 10 minites
.:'Ii t\i a faculty member of St. Augustine Major seminary Bay St. ,ben of the convention.u for their cause Primarily
has been named the new chaplain of Xavier Vnlverslty -
Louis. Miss.
when Blacks the convention
considerably surprised urged
', A native of Lak. Charles, La., Fr. LeDoux Is the
Paul at the to time to the
Rev Washington give aiding
first Black priest to be appointed to Xavier and took Ms mu- ,
ter's In sacred theology and doctorate In church law at Gregorian bead of a group numberingmore Black Economic Development
I.. university, Rome Italy. His undergraduate work wa.j whites than Blacks, advanced Conference, an organization
': done at Divine Word College, Epworth, Iowa; and St. Augustine to the stage. Im m e d- seeking huge financial .
c seminary. lately, several of the dignified reparations for Black
fO,j EpllCopa11aDIletouhcreams The convention) delayed and
I VISITING LECTURER of "throw them out.' More refused to consider the mat-
't PRINCETON, N. J. (NPI) .. The Rev. Elder Hawkins, pastor than 1,000 delegates had gathered ter at the time. Demomstraten -
$ St. Augustine Presbyterian church and former moderator in Notre Dame's C on- left the building for caucus
at the United Presbyterian church has been appointed visitIng -
vocation Hall.Mohammed on the campus. Bishop Hines
lecturer and consultant In field education at Princeton
I'r Theological seminary for the two semesters of the 1960-70 Kenyatta, Philadelphia warned that all of the people
: militant took the ml of the church roust resolve to
academic year. The first Black man to be elected to the top iii -
b,; Presbyterian office, he hu twice been moderator of the New crophone away from one speaker move forward together
York who bad launched Into a dls
2 presbytery.

I $200,ooo AGREEMENT
CANTERBURY, England CNPI) .- The World Council I Whither The Block Chirch
of Churches has agreed to make available $200,000 out of Its
financial reserves, for a special fund to support organizations
of "oppressed racial groups or those supporting victims of
racism." The action was taken by the central committee, The Black church is headed for a revolution. It is on Its way
after a motion to block the use of reserve funds was defeated. to a showdown The Black preacher Is pretty close to being
unfrocked. Only recourse to the Almighty Lord will help him.
THIRD STAGE Black churches, for the most part, are doing almost nothing
LOS ANGELES (NPI) -- Tb. National Catholic Conferencefor Among the more than 380 to receive degrees at the Summer Frances Riley, Jacksonville; Gall Luthenla Shlpp,Jacksonville) for the race. Black preachers are still spouting off about the
Inter-racial Justice, at the conclusion of Its recent bien- Commencement at Tennessee State University last week were second row Earths Lee Swain, Miami; Nathaniel Maurice Glory of God while, at the same time, many of their membersare
nial meeting, plans to open Its third stage of activity In eliminating these Florldlans (left to right) first row] Lenora Allen, Albritton, Miami; and Paula Leondras Mack, Jacksonville on welfare and being scared to die without the blessingof .
4.V 4.i all forms of racial discrimination. Under a theme of Tallahassee; Cassandra Worsham, Daytona Beach; Mayme Photo by Joe Zinn the church bring their pennies to church.
"Grope as a Group," the NCCIJ noted that its first stage However, there is coming forth a new Black .. the young
1 was the laying of an Ideological base; the second, translating Black. He has not given up his plans to be a church member.
Ideology Into legislation; and the third, "to transform the .He Is simply preparing, thinking, resolving. He may have to
moral and legal mandate Into local action. He Overcome Education RoundupBLACK wait a few more years until the old carpetbagger preacher
r has retired. If he becomes Impatient, he may set up his own
NEGLECT CHARGED The summer of It69 brought churches over the country.
an air of "pomp and circum DEAN APPOINTED We are pleased with the shakeups a few churches and organizations -
ATLANTA p last week of "systematically denying Black peoplethe Allen, grocery store owner CHICAGO .. (NPI) -. Chester WHITES we firmly bellevethat these so-called leaders need to be broughtto
opportunity to develop their potential," by a unit of the and former cattleman of J. Rempson last week was HOUSTON--(NPI)..The Justine the line
Black Methodist for Church Renewal. To remedy the situation, Ocala. His younger daughter appointed as assistant to the PRINCETON, N. J...(NPI).. Department last week filed The Black preacher used to be man of the people. He took
i'. the unit, a tuk force on higher education--related to 11 Wanda was graduated from dean of students and directorof Although It has been 15 years .suit In U. S. District court time out to see that Ms flock' get more than spiritual food.
colleges In nine Southern states Gammon Theological seminary Ocala High School in June, the office of service op since the U. S. Supreme court asking that construction of new Preaching has become one of the untaxable rackets of the
Atlanta, and Meharry Medical college, Nashville-.urged another received a Master's In portunity at the University of ordered public schools desegregation classrooms In the Croogy Independent century. The world has almost been hypnotized by leaders
that the Methodists set aside an $800 million five-year pro Sociology from Washington Chicago, one of the most Important white Americans believe School district In suburban who are content to let the foundation of society collapse and
gram of aid to the educational institutions. versity, St.Louis,and Mr.Allen posts held by a Black that school Integration Is Harris county be halted do nothing about It.
himself captured a Bachelor man at a major university. As progressing too rapidly, according until school officials produce c Our preachers must understand that the programs churchesare
REPRESENTATION SOUGHT of Arts In Sociology at the summer assistant dean Rempson's to a Gallup Poll taken proof that the construction will teaching now are old and musty. Sunday School books are
Bethune-Cookmu exer duties will Include recruiting recently. The poll showed 46 not bring about segregation. the same--unreadable, unsystematic, plagerlstlc. What,
'. NEW YORK: (NPI--Blaek representation at declslon-mak- cises. The graduate gathered for the university's Pritzker per cent of white adults believe The request for the order to churches call literature seems to be an attempt to hide behind
.' Ing levels of the Reformed Church has been demanded by 31 up loose strings after 20 years, School of Medicine and Its four that school Integration Is mov- halt the cluaroomcoutrucUon a smokescreen of pretense.
delegates representing the Black membership. The demand with time out for Army service graduate divisions, as well as ing too fast, while only 20 was made in a motion accompanying The Black power movement Is, then, as we see it, a stroke
was made at a Black caucus held In Hotel Taft recently, to He delayed for some time to maintaining a referral agency thought it Is too slow. Forty- a suit charging that the power in the light of the new Black church When the Black
Insure "a more meaningful representation for and the Involvement raise cattle and operate a local for students interested In doing five per cent of Negroes polled district's freedom-of-c h o 1 c e power meets, something Is accomplished. The other national
!,' of minority persons In the life of Reformed Church grocery store Another daughter volunteer social work. thought Integration Is too plan, adopted In 1965-68, had conventions, confabs, conferences, throw so little light on the
r., in America." Urged were representation on the General Sonja, was graduated In slow, while 20 per cent thoughtIt failed to eliminate segregation Word of God u to be seen as farces.
Synod! executive and program councils. 1965. Wanda youngest is now SEGREGATION COSTLY is moving too fast. due to race in the schools. What, then Is the purpose of the church? It Is no longer

1'.J'' 4O -. .. ., .. studying ..a1.tblllooi'. .The t... a one-day-open, six-day-closed, sanctuary If the Holy
.J'I READMrrtEfl- l.' 11'proud father,, \+antalged a 3.23riwerage WASHINOTON.NPJ- ) .. ANTI-STRIKE FREEDOM' Funeral Held For Spirit can be Influenced to come in on Sunday, that same
NASHVlite jaNr Ml: ex&Ied ,'#,e cammuted>e chfday Segregation Is proving very :SCHOOLS Spirit ought to be Influenced to come'In the Other days.
0r .- --line from .from; Ocala and studied between costly todeftant school districtsIn The truth of the matter Is, The Black >preacher has become
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Vanderbilt University Divinity school for civil rights activities, classes,i H. does not regretthe Mississippi. An official of CHICAGO (NPl) The CamilleYlctims lazy and Indifferent as to the work of the week He has
the Rev. James M. Lawson, pastor, Centenery United Methodist feat.' He is the son of Mr. the Department of Health, Education teachers division of Operation lost considerable of his missionary zeal, if he. had any,
church, Memphis has been readmitted to continue graduatestudies and Mrs. Julius Allen and was and Welfare stated last Breadbasket Is planning to operate In New OrleansNEW
the president of the Black Methodist for Church born In Homeland Mr. Allenis week that federal aid has been "Freedom Schools" to
Renewal disclosed that he hopes to begin work toward his a member of the Ocala Mt. cut off from 38 Mississippi keep Black students In classes, ORLEANS .. (NPI- I
d dj' doctorate degree either this fall and no later than January. Zion A.M.E. Church, where he districts because segregation If a threatened strike of the Funeral services were held last WHEN YOU ARE 111
By Negro Press International. serves as a steward. He Is alsoa practices. Guy H. Clark,chief, Chicago Teachers Union mater- week from the Federal Funeral .
member of the Knights of federal school Impacted air ializes. Harold Charles, 35, home for Granvllle"Jack"
Pythias and of the Odd Fellows. program, said that even districts who heads Breadbasket's educational Alexander, his wife, Mrs.Mary Toil Seek The Best Doctor
Delt. Sigma Theta Advanced damaged recently by staff teachers said the organization's Huey Alexander and two sons, Wen Your Doctor Prescribes '' !
have decidednot
Huey Gentry. 8 and Granvllle
How to Divide Hurricane Camilla may be denied ail get Experienced Pharmacists '
to strike because It would Hansen S
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", Green Power By Money Effort And Conquer lation. of the 1964 Civil RightsAct. needed"rob Black education.children" of The much-CIU ,last Christian Aug. 7.Alexander of. Hurricane Camille To Year Doctor's Orders ;" ,, '
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BALTIMORE -- (NPI).-Delta Frankie M. Freeman. BIAS VOTE FAILS unless promised pay raises are postal carrier and Mrs. Alex Dtltgs. Dr, C. L ejachPropletor
Sigma Theta has don its In making the presentation, Chicago (M 51) Would you* granted by Sept. 3. ander, a teacher In physical
rlKY part in advancing "Green Pow- Mrs. Freeman said, "By depositing like to split your combination, NEW ORLEANS .. (NPI).. education department Dlllard
.e.' er in the Black community"by funds at a Black bank, living and dining room Into two Politicians are meeting with UWI AIDS STUDENTSPORTOFBPAIN university They were In Pass
Delta Sigma Theta distinct areas? Or do you wish Christian at a home they used
pr"'nUnttuncla for an Initial providing rebuff In their attempts to stir 3 .
Registered Pharmacists To Serve
.. deposit at a Washington, D. C. additional resources for the your home had a foyer: but the up racial strife over the"free Trtnl- for summer vacation and decided You
: architect failed to include one? dad--NPI--The University of to ride out the
Black bank.Samuel. United Community National dom of choice" plan for school storm In
These of division West Indies has decided to ---A COMPLETE LINE OF-
problems (the their
F. Toggle vice bank to do more toward the economic desegregation in Louisiana. In small cottage but failedto
president and cashier,United development of ,the and any number of others can be Covlngton, La., Just across the establish a law faculty In Barbados properly evaluate the 190-
Community National Bank of ghetto" easily and Inexpensively solved by lake from New Orleans, an attempt schools of law In Jamaica mlle-per-hour Camille Their Cosmetics-Rubber Goods Candies
Washington, accepted the deposit The United Community National using decorative divider systemsto led by U.s. Congressman and Trinidad and Tobagoto small home was completelyde- SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS
from Delta President bank is the newest bankin create walls wherever you w ant Ranch to have the schoolsof aid West Indian students confronted stroyed.
the Washington area The them.For that community to delay their with higher fees and Member of Central Congregational CALLED FOr AND
bank's chairman of the board Is example the Galway division opening for 30 days In hopes standards at the law schools In Christian I church.Alexander DELIVERED-
Pecan No. 1 + Dr. William Collins, a Black of DUN ood I'roductsCornn- that "freedom of choice"mightbe England. The decision to establish was a Prince HallMason i
Chicago NI'S) Pecan I b now I dentist who Is also on Howard' pany, Traverse City Mich., often more favorably considered, the law schools In the senior warden of Mt.
the moil popular wood finish for University's board of trustees. a wide style variety of decorative failed by almost a two to one West Indies was made recentlyby Olive Lodge member No SI and a 32nddegree
;. pianos, according to the Story & The funds were presented to divider panels designed for use margin the UWI's council. of EurekaCon- : Store
'l.r Clark Piano Company, Lincoln- the bank during the week-long with spring( tension poles. Fasily: sistory. Lilly's Drug
rsS. wood, IU. Delta convention in this city installed, the dividers won't mar
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easily and the other for removing
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of the old fashioned picnic tangy flavor, the cheesespread Plan now to purchase: the 'k teaspoon of".nlllain a mixIng Switzerland, I new Idea In desserts,Crepe Cher!.Suitse.
headache will be eliminated. and other condiment. item you will need to make bowl Stir until the sugar
c c: And for deuert time you can your next outing a joy rather and chocolate are dissolved. The ultimate in sophisticated desserts ii crepes: those tiny
When setting up your out put the final nourish to your than a headache In another bowl, whip 1 cup little pancakes so favored in Continental cuisine: flambeed at
of chilled evaporated milk or tableside or brought flaming to the table An epicurean version,,
_* i' : heavy cream and fold Into the II crepes Cheri-Suisse. Preparation is simple,results: elegant I .
"YOUR DOLLAR BUYS mixture. Pour Into a shallow '
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., If; end sweet butter. Grate outside of ,add
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Mixes are miraculous. Take SABAYON FILLING freeze 'for I'l hour or until to mixture, stir in the juice of the orange and 3 tablespoons
pound cake mix. Add orange /Arm This recipe makes about Cheri-Suisse chocolate cherry liqueur. Place all in a hot electric
dpita' Seuksl. ..Skirt Ribs, ifBeef rind. Substitute orange juice /i teaspoon unflavored cold water gelatine 4 serving or 6 to S delectable skillet or chafing: dish and heat until it bubbles and reduces
for part of the liquid Fold in 1 tablespoon cones! slightly. Using a fork and spoon, dip each crepe into the hot
Par' kllllir beaten egg whites Bake it In a 4 egg yolk Now recipe *2 for gettingout ,mixture, fold in quarters and put to one side. Sprinkle all the
Picnic spring-form tube pan. Fill with ft cup sugar fresh lemon juice those stain on tablecloths, crepes: with a little confectioners' sugar, add 3 more table-
1 fluffy lemon flavored sabayon. cup vanilla .napkins and children' clothe. spoons Cheri-Suisse and the brandy to the remaining flavored
.Ike 450 59c Dust with confectioners' sugar The modern antl.stain procedure ,butter'in the pan. Light the liquid and serve.
And serve a light textured elegant Soften gelatine In water; reserve I.i the new concept of prt- I
golden cake quite different Place egg yolks end sugarin soaking with an e c. c
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whites In large bowl of mixer; they photograph better that way. used to set a food example for warm until all are made. To freeze, pack the crepes into piles
; 5'35 C POTATOES10Iis add cream of tartar; beat until Then stand a few feet away and young school children. of a half dozen or so, wrap in freezer paper or foil. Frozen
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room In your home that's wrought iron accessories! she members will be inspired to summer's heat lingers into look in your family room t,>
decoratively adequate but lackI' said "They're so versatile that keep it neat at all times. fall days, shy away from the choosing wrought iron furniture.
that"certain IOmethln!:",you can tluy'rc: sure to phase" This suggestion comes from stove' and serve a cool salad tI.I'sa: leading! 5t)ionsulljnt
probably supply the missing ingredient Popular wrought Iron accessories Jeanne Norwood.. styling consultant for your main dish. Whatever Ann Saltcrini, adviser I\) the
by adding \light and lacy that go well with any to Non oOd Mills Inc,. your choice-from a heartychef's John B. Saltcnni Co. Inc. Jivt-!
iron. Janesville \\u. a leading manufacture salad to a fruited gel'atlnyou'll of General Interiors ..
accents made of wrought style from contemporary' to (ion Corp
"The interesting patterns that Mediterranean to traditional include : of knitted deep pile bath accompaniment find is the perfect basket notes that wrought iron can take.
can be achieved with wrought tea: carts table lamps, room accessories and rugs. of the harder! -than-normal use a family
freshly toasted and but
Iron make It a natural for acccs-' planters, sconces, and bed head "Assuming that floor, walls tered Thomas' English muffins room gets.
," and plumbing fixtures are sound.there's "And the well-tailored!
series according to style consultant boards I'ven compact nesting! Guaranteed to perk yet
June \\oodard no need to spend a fortune lines and comfortable foam-
tables qualify as accessories up languorous appetites,
.. 'Thtyrc transitional enoughin Most of these accessories leada on you 'bathroom b.'Jutlful'project" Thomas' English muffins cushioned seating are all that..any.
design to blend beautifully double life. The)"'re pretty and Miss Norwood said add welcome temperatureand one could ask for," the says
% with\ existing furnishings and yet* they serve a practical purpose She advises beginning the texture contrast.
they're strong on decorative impact "Ask the hostess who owns a project by planning a decor that English muffins are a versatile No Toss-Up
.: ." wrought iron tea cart, ."Miss will put pep into the room. hot bread'especiallywhen
Mist Woodard Is a consultantto Woodard said "and she'll prob. Using) generous splashes of vibrant they're enhanced with Chicago ()NTS) .. Turning, a
Lee L. Woodard Sons, bet ably tell you its one of her great. color' is an easy way to flavored butters. that, go with mattress over and end for end Is
Owosso. Mich. whose brjc line est aids to entertaining" achieve the desired effect Miss refreshing deliciously needed! only once or twice a year
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I Black -Vote Called 'Decisive Factor'In Politics In The Southern States' Future I

Alabama State Flip Gets Ready Registration Becomes More

Sports Parade Teacher Reveals 9 N"1 rd Imperative With Victories :'

)PYNSGKO, PRESS INTERNATIONAL Odd StatisticsDr. BALTWORE...(NPW-."Our people In the south are now

saying; The Black vote glveth and the Black vote taketh
CARACAS, Ven.nuela-.
fellow members of his Santos team were closely guarded last many changes at Alabama That 1* the report of Vernon "there 1* no major city In the
threatened to kidnap members -
week after Venezuelan State In
Jordan, director, Southern Resouth where the Black vote I*
Brazilian team Even during a tour at
of the visiting the of college
change name of the "
Council who noted that decisive factor
atonal not the
downtown Caracas, Pile, the world's IInest and hlpe.t'pald changewhich
soccer star was accompanied by a guard carrying a In a special release today The occurred revolutionary when six Black

machine gun he announced that the college Alabama State men were elected to public office .

Student Union would become the In Greene county Ala,recently f
AKNOCXOVTMONTICELLO University Center the College College Scene 1* a forerunner of political .-
Seal would be replaced by a new things to come In the ,
N. Y.--NPI--Joe Frailer Philadelphia University Seal designed by
told the national
heavyweight recognized as champion In six states, was a John Hall, of the Art Department Of Progress South, Jordan of DeltaSirmaTheta- )
knockout when he appeared outside the ring as a singer last ; and that possibly Ala convention

week. Frazier and his combo, called "The Knockouts," bama Stat University would be Dr. Reva Allman, Professor sorority Increased Black registration
delighted fans In their night club appearances at Kutsher's on the diplomas of August grad- Its jf Education at Alabama State Indluence ,,
tremendous new
+ 1* a I
1 1iI''PILT
be headed toward
that the .
and there was group may uates. ? University concluded an extensive Jordan
lucrative booking In Las Vegas Miami B.acb. San Juan, While making these noted research on the Uni in Southern politics _

Los Angeles and New York. changes, Doctor Watkins addressed versity's graduate program and said.He noted that in 1944, total

many community leaden found some striking results. Black registration In 11
AIDSCLCPHILADELPHIANPIFor on the University with special With two-thirds of questionnaires .
Southern' states was 250,000,
citation being given to the t4 returned from the total cent of the
A--i which was five per
the second straight year, starsof extraordinary growth of the graduate population this sum voting population In those
the National Basketball usoclationdonatedthelrtalents school. mer. Dr. Allman found that the
for the benefit of the Southern Christian Leadership Con. Before leaving for the July data showed that 43 percent of states,
I ferenceinanA11-StarClasslc at Spectrum.. Boston's 14 and IS meeting of the South the students enrolled are between In 1969, there were :3.5-mll-'
player-coach Bill Russell; Wilt Chamberlain, the Los Angeles ern Association of Colleges and a the ages of 25-29, and that "Icon Black registered voters In ,
Lakers; and Lew Alclndor and Milwaukee Bucks, saw Schools President Watklns related 30 percent are between ages the 11 Southern states, which
action, that Ben A. Outland would of 3039. represents 62 per cent of Black
address the Education DepartLl / According to Dr. Allman, the Southerners eligible to vote
HIGH IN MONEY r Jr study revealed conclusive evidence In Mississippi, there were ...
that 79. percent of the only 22,000 Black registered In
MILWAUKEE: .-(NPI--Lee Elder the Black golfer who rose respondents were relatively 1960, and this year the total
from the ranks of the caddies to become oar of the stars of 'y young and that 43 percent all 1251000. In Alabama In 1980,
the Professional Golfers; Association, last week finished third I graduate students In this range Blacks eligible to vote totaled
and In the when he carded .III-und.r.par. r 88,000, and this the
high money I would continue to pursue graduate year number.
72-hole total of 280 strokes In the $100,000 Greater Milwaukee q work. 1* 273,000. '
Golf tournament Elder finished behind Ken Still, the Jordan described
Open The questions on the questionnaire Black
winner and Gary Player In the contest over the 7,075-yard ____ ranged from Library elected official as the "most
course at North Shore Country Club course. s facilities to class research and exciting phenomenon on the
:t. .:. bulletin publications. American political scene"
BANKS WILLIAMS STARCHICAOO.NPI.F1rst ,, According to Dr. Allman the In 1965, he said there were
.k. prime purpos.oftbesurvexwuto about 70 Black elected officials
baseman Ernie Banks and outfielder ascertain some idea of the In the South Now, there are
Billy Williams slammed home runs to the delightof potential life of the University about 4191n the South and 600
33,333 fans In White, Sox Park last week, at the hlghflyldg Ancillary Information to be In the North ,
Chicago Cubs' defeated their cross-town rivals, 2-0, gained consisted of the number Although he Is only 33,Jordanhas
In Chicago's annual midsummer charity baseball game. By of summers or the amount of been mentioned as a potential
winning, the Cubs, currently leading the Eastern Division t time which the students had Invested candidate for mayor of At
of National League, broke a five-year victory streak by the inert In the Alabama RoomWedn.sday. In graduate study their lanta.
Pal Hose., July 16 at 8 p.m. r
choice of
a curriculum whether
Outland, who II secretary of the ,
Alabama Secondary Principals or not they had sutdled else Read The

Mother Of Labor Leader Association, will speak on his Both artist above need no Introductions. Dates are Important. On the left the great Flip Wilson where while matriculating at the
trip to Europe for the Depart. ts adding the finishing touches to the art of humor and storytelling to the point that he will now University and to receive from
ment of Health Education, and headline Ms own show "The Flip Wilson Show," to be colorcast on the NBC Television Network them some evaluation of the Instruction FLORIDA STARWeekly
McNeal Dies At 93 Years Welfare, on education abroad Monday, September 22. Julia (Dlahann Carroll) In her September 1C skit will meet Lloyd received. The students

.. The meeting of the Southern Nolan In two roles in <'A Tale of" two Sitters" at 7:30-8 P.M. CDT. Jaxons should check their were given the opportunity
DETROIT (NPI) Mrs' lag a real-estate firm In Association of Colleges and schedules to make recommendations for
Fannie McNeal, 93: year-old Chicago Schools according to Felix C. Improvement. .
mother of former Chicago labor Survivors Include two sons. Robb.' the Director, wlllbecentere1
leader Theodore (Ted) McNeal, Theodore and Wllbert both of t around the external fundIng -
was burled from New Friendship Chicago; three daughters Me- and related problems'of Hip Wilson Mikes Perfection To See
Baptist church last Wednesday dames Chauncey BanarJLakeForest predominately Black Institutions. 70,000 Grambling-
with the Rev. Louis
Dl. Velma Howard, The two-day meet Is
Johnson,MOteal pastor officiating South Floret Park, N. Y. and being held In Atlanta,especially Goal For All His Performances
Mr. who resided Fannie Tote, u well u a host for president of predominately
with hr daughter Mrs. Margaret of other relatives and friends Black Institutions "A grammar school teacher once told me that the ability .Alcorn Freedom Classic -
Tete, died August 22, at The attainment of University to express yourself properly Is an art," said the comedian
home The remains were In "1 had been using big words but I
status also brought changes In was using them Incorrectly.
charge of H.Cole Funeral. chap OLD CRABS the names and titles mostly She said to be sure that I knew the word I was using and always

el.The the administration according to to say things In my. own, way.. Her advice,stayed with *! ':*Sept.12 l A
deceased was born In King/ <'rah* link th.* Atumir Ann rn.." Ai mmm .
President Watklns.. .. ..
Utah, Aliu, and moved to Chicago with Ihc prim.+val world LThi'\' The i1lJfisdJ u e,11 .,gi12.1 ., /litt'"
changes Included He ha been polishing the cast on the NBC Television
t IIi olds 1 xl t eI.-II'r. a Executive
la 1917. She later movedto are among f ./>'n tl I .,. ..
in )ht> MO. lixihK IIn after ", .m,' Housekeeper a Coord. art of humor and storytellingto Network Monday, Sept. 22.
her Detroit pul1nr.McN.all.where. she lived ante of their early l"nh'mIMtrllli'M| inator ,,of,, Personnel Supervision the point where he now will Flip made his national TV Finis Collected Will I* Used .,,
have become fcmml a Manager of the University headline his own special, "The debut In 196S on "Th Tonight .
currently operate Center, and a University Flip Wilson Show," to be color- ShowStarring Johnny Car
Librarian son." He Is under contractnow For Heliiif Ghetto Dwellers
to NBC to make a pilot
for a half>hour aeries 1

,EARNING and LEARNING "Words are my thing," said tO/ANGELES;'CAUF. (SPECIAL)....Powerful Grumbling season on the West Coast lathe
Flip "I have to be as effective
with words College, which put football in a new prospective for pre Pasadena Bowl In December on
u a singer
dominately black school with appearance In New York' a winning note with SacramentoState
Flip long ago stopped using Yankee Stadium and the Astrodome In Houston, opens the and would like to start
Boys & Girls Can Make Money two-bit words words leave 1969 season here Sept. 12 In the Memorial Coliseum The the new, campaign In .the samemanner.
\ "Big" peopleout .Tigers will tackle Morgan In Yankee Stadium on SeptemberThrust" '. .
he said "I want
20: The Tigers move to New York
to understand m.. 1 use program
simple! words I gave myself The Tigers will tiff Alcorn I John Mack, director of the for the Yankee Stadium game a

Hundreds Of Florida Star Newsboys Are ...., M ;b 15 years to get It together. My A&M of Lorman, Miss., in a L Greater Los Angeles Urban week later on Sept. 20.
-"" W' ..f. thing was how to say what wanted charity contest for the Los I League said funds from the Alcorn also ended brilliant
: (: \ ; to say In as few words as Angeles Urban League's "New, contest will be used to build a season In a bowl game by defeating
EARNiNG From s1 1., to '10.00 ; : ; : possible and with as simplea higher quality of life for people Florida A&M' In the
Weekly .i ,
Orange Blossom Classic In Mi
: :. choice of words possible.." trapped In the ghetto, and,hope '
'- : .: Flip is an avid reader. He Your fully, construct a road that will ami./
And LEARNING to, do. business. .. ''t I" .. .. ( has a large library. One of his help bring them Into the mainstream North American Rockwell,
KNBC-TV KGFJ Radio and the
most Important volumes Is a of modern American ,
book of Iynonym.lld antonyms life Schlitz Brewing Company are
YOUNGSTERS I 'If You you are smart "1 went through a period when Social The contest, labeled the the prime financial sponsors for

I first discovered how valuable "Freedom Classic,"Is expect the contest.
and want t to earn .your own money word shadings were and how my ed to be an artistic and a financial Jim Randolph,' chairman of
effectiveness could enhanced success and could lure the planning committee, said
by shadings" said Flip "I 70,000 fans into the Coliseum "The social and cultural ramification -
this is the doit ,
way to .. could say, 'This is the guy, SecurityWe The New York contest drew of this game reach well
yes, that's the fellow, this Is 64,204. A November battle with beyond the bounds of football
him Instead of 'the the Texas Southern brought out this community." ..
PARENTS! Your child ..may; not' need guy know that many people In
r ; guy the guy'" 35,465 last year and 1*expected Coach Eddie Robinson of
this are delaying the receipt
Flip uses hip Jargon area to draw 40,000. Last fall In a Grumbling, and MerlnoCaieum
but the training ained'IS ..sparlngly, because you of disability Insurance similar venture In New York, of Alcorn were Introduced to
money g a checks to which they are entitled
Southern California
.. can lose 95 percent of your Grambllng and Morgan State newsmen
audience. Everybody doesn't James H. Middleton, drew 64,204 paid fans Into Yankee Friday morning at the. Lot Angeles
the Carver
,' .! speak like that" Branch Manager of Stadium netting the Urban Press Club, and later

lewsboy will help be .successful "I am trying to create what Station said today.Social Workers Security and Office self- League $210,000.Enhancing ,made appearance and

.... .. : I think my .Idol would have employed people are waiting the promotion will ,,TV shows
.I. been," he said "If I were be the famed Grambllng College Earlier, It was announcedthat
It liter life. Many of the.: most, successful' r to pick one guy of all the guys disability much too long Insurance In applying benefits for Tiger Marching Band which has the nomadic Crambling

who've come closest to my Idea, cavorted nationally on three squad will make another appearance
Middleton all disabled
urged .
would have to TV In the Astrodome In
'I pick George major networks.
men were Newsboys.. Start' A Route "' Burns." workers and selfemployedpeople Several sets of Interesting November
to file application for
I : Flip's choice Is based on his circumstances surround Grambllng and Alcorn were
./ social security disability pay
: Third Commandment of Comic co-champ of the Southwestern
.Anywhere You Live '' In {- .:' I Art-Be. Effortless, Said Flip, ments when they first realize. Grambllng closed out the 1968 Athletic Conference last year.*
'. Florida.- ,) :, "Burns has nne...." they may meet the- regulre-
,,' ;,/j'tt : ments for payment.
"" .,. ri ..:,:1' 'Black Medics Disability benefits can be paid
,11: to workers and self-employed
: .
'. A f v I r'" w.; Frustrated Is View people who are unable to work
due to either a'physical or
f: bt Of : NMA President mental Illness that will keep
them of least
/ f out work for at
t .!" .ui .. .. SPECIAL C
FRANCISCO (NPI)- 12 months Middleton added that
e W. Hill, new presi- "Ih addition to being disabled Fresh Med.Small .,. .. ,.. Ib.Whiting. __.

I,'II..r... Tar II BisiicssHILL + I 1 Medical the assocla-"conration" the disabled disabled person who became 31 N ...N.N.N.NNN .. ,.
r l r i {tl Ius over after age '
of Negro phy- needs S years of work credits Dram (rw.Mrlrr w) .,...,....N N.. ... n, 49KIY hh
OUT'' THIS COUPON TODAY a under social security out of the ..Z

.,' ; Hiioverworked colleagues In 10 year period ending at the WEST Yellow Tall Snapper

FrXagOA, STAR:::-ri23 Moncrlet: ft ;lac ks vl1U,Thifg. ; ;k the nation's slums, he said, are time he became disabled. Fora ErdrotenxyN, ....... ..N ....!.............IB. 95
: 'f'0': harrassed, underpaid, Ignored person disabled before age31less :
'. on medical policy matters, and than S years of work credits

:.,......'.... '................... .. ............... ... dictated concern to for by outsiders the Black with community no Is Payment required.of"monthly disability IAIOI MUllET .....................:......... LB'.4 .CCIOAII'EES ,

FIRST 'NAME L ; NAME vADDR .-, benefits cannot be made for the
'1/ ..,,'. "The biggest problem facing first six months of disability. ..,.............NN...N........."_.....r LB..SS' ,e

;\ .. ...... ..... :,of) a Black physician" ," he said. Middleton explained that this CATFISH ............:......; ;.... .. ..;....'..;.. IB. 75.It. ..
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'f projects on the ground floor of to file a claim. We want themto

(1 policy making and the fact that file the claims when they SPEC TROUT N::............;.........:.*:,.......*.; > LB.) /3.

my child zo'copies of tilt;FLORIDA STAR on I when he Is taken Into a program become disabled so that we may FRESH FtUITS,......................................... IB. "!,

"rdtt to.:'start Mm In bmlom.; ;I will pay the:' S It's which almost I disapprove a token-like of." thing, other have their necessary medical records records so that and SCAllOPS ..... .."....................... u. lci.$!.6S

ffLOBfflA" ITAB ,15( for'' etch' copybe .ua. ,shoe surrounding med. payment to ,
Condition them made
,f.'a.t "jar* "''" pot 'tola,' IwHIrttarnandwUlootto L ical practice In slum area"Irk for the first month can payment be COCKTAIL FINGMS...;,?............:........ $2.00 Can'OLAWCBAiMEATLN..e "

to pty lor uatold ecpt .. .." the living daylight out of ghetto are due. For more Information :
!: 'b.2' ,
u. .,"." n}.;::, :,Ii,t doctors," said Dr. Hill, whose contact the Social Security office. I fl.

office,In Los Angeles The office for this area
I' 1* located at the corner of SUMilP. hahw'.wMfIUMILit.a.. .
Canal .I... taw ..,..-'LAIII. .LL
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I Hampton Institute And Shaw University Scheduled Tussle On September 27 I I IB


A T Loses Important Player Raines High To Albany 'State Urban League Coach Van Cleve Optimistic I


With Warren Frye As A Loss I
\tn, 1 : i Leap Program With 25 Veterans Returning

GREENSBORO N. C. The defenders In the two fears he \:
football team at North Carolina' played. As a freshman, Cox In TradesThe HAMPTON INSTITUTE Hampton Virginia Hampton
ALT hasn't even taken to the kicked 15 of 33 extra point Institute new head football coach Whitney Van Cle e has announced -
.. I
field )yet but the Actlea have attempts.In n i iwL1:].,'; '"ulr : that players will arrive on the college's\ campus

suffered their first three cas spite of the pfe-season ,- .." '" ,' Jacksonville Urban Thursday', August 28, to begin practice for the 1969 season
"" "
ualtlei.AJ setbacks
Howell will
open i"1'.N: ; ; League's Labor Education Ad*
uT. already picked by training camp with 28 letter .\ vancement Program has been The HI regular season: ache- have experience and quicknessas

several national publications to men from last year's squad that quietly making Inroads Into Apprenticeship dule begins September 27 with an its assets Jerome Biggs
field one of its strongest teams, compiled an Impressive 8-1 Training Programs on-the-road encounter against will be back for his third season
prepared to begin drills Sep. record 't In the Building Trades. Shaw University Raleigh, N.C. along with 4-year m.\, Richard
tember <9. head coach Hornsby "We will Just have to go LEAP has been responsible for The 1969 Pirates will try' to Ross Both men are excellen
Howell announced the loss of ahead with what we have and better last season's record of alert safety men,
the placement of Forty ((40)
tackle Warren Frye defensiveend work harder," said Howell. "I men Into various programs 432. Depth was a major handi- The Pirates will need more
William Gaines and place- hope that my boys comt to camp young such as carpenters, cap last season and Coach Van depth at the guard and center
kicker Erie Cox. In shape If not, there will bea Cleve hopes he will not have positions If the forward wall is to
7" plasterers roofers
painters ,
Gaines a native of Pitt*,. lot hard problem (Ms
more work the same year. uncompromising. Jlo.-
and sheet metal workers. The prove
burgh, and Cox, from PhIladelphia The Anles have Just about a program has also been able to In his Initial season with HI, ever, senior guard Richard .
will be scholastically month to get ready for their get young Black men qualified Van Cleve takes an optimistic Blackman and junior center
Ineligible,. and Prye announcedhe September 27 opener at South for other programs such as view with plans to build Ms team Robert Thomas are two of its
wont be returning to col.leje. Carolina State. ALT held Its electricians plumbers,operatIng around 23 returning veterans. members to be reckoned wltb.
annual Press Day on August engineers andbrlckmasons. One of the HI coach's main Both men ire well experienced
"Tb... three losses will 30 then launched of Is 315
Into three-a Many of these are first in the source optimism pound hardnosed complete football
definitely hurt," said Howell, day practice sessions until History of Duval County. tackle Bertrand Robinson. players.
and theperformanceadthsthree school opens on September 15. IP'' LEAP Is Co-sponaoredby'the A two way tackle and All- With the aid of a few outstanding
players will bear him out. Asa Howell's biggest problem local Northeast Florida Build. Conference player for the last first year men the 1969

sophomore two years ago during training camp will be ing Trades Council and has received two years, Robinson Is held In' Pirates might 1 well turn a tew'
Fr>e caught the eye of several trying to come up with a work excellent cooperations high regard by opposing players beads In the Central Intercollegiate -

pro scouts. He missed last able offensive unit. from the group. While some is well as by Van Cleve. Athletic Conference.' .
season because of an Injury. Nucleous of the..larUnlbackfl.ld and cooperation from Having worked out during the
Gaines,. S22-pounder had become Is expected to be senior the progress Trades has been accomplished summer by' lifting weights and

one of the CIAA's best Quarterback Stanley Jacobs, LEAP still has quite a running, Robinson reported 4Ctetf Oof
be in condition. The head
who threw 14 touchdown passes ways to go. There art still good
e. last season. Other backfield coach is more than pleased with
hurdles to cross In the
veterans Include halfbacks many Robinson's condition and he feels Idder
drive to get Black people Involved -
:Witch Henry Walker and Lorenzo In one of the largest that the burly tackle should reach son aazwsrraO.IJ.
Ms this xJlf,..
Pearson and fallback Tommy peak season
Industries In .
single our eco N..n. n.IN .J,
Blue. Joining "Bert" at the tackle

This Clown Making a strong bid for a nomic With system Urban Renewal and the. position will be Michael Burgess WHITS IN \ LINE ?

starting role Is expected to be outlook for major constructionIn sophomore Perry Crutch A fishing line Is a fishing
2339- 87 transfer fullback Ken RUey.who Jacksonvllle-Duval County field senior Elwood Hill, El- line so what the big deal
runs the 100-yard-dasb In 98. there will be millions of dollars wood Hulett, and Donald Moss about line w.lght.. line test
Defensively, the Aggies will po'Jrlnllnto the Community.and Burgess, Hulett and Moss are and whether it i braided or
be led by their Little All- Juniors.At monofilament'1
the demand for skilled craft
54. 75. 32S1 America candidate Merl Code, i men Is expected to Increase this time, the Pirates seem Despite effort br 'Aching

2 cornerback, and junior tackle by Fifty P.rcent'IIO) lathe to be strong with the average line manufacturer. tram im;'
Lester Moore. AtT's first weight being better than 210 len don't understand the Importance .
next Ten (10)) (There
S1 home game will be October 4 years pounds per man. These playersare of choosing the cor:
1 It a current shortage.) This rest line to match their equip
Johnson C. Smith. all hardnosed experienced
!' against means that Job and training opportunities ,
Assisting Howell with coach and have an earnest competitive: ment
1 1'I Ing duties this year will be Matt will Increase spirit. Hating the right line ran
Brown, Murray Neely, Wylie With the exception of the quarterback make a lot of difference whenIt
What LEAP seeks to accomplish floh
4 comes say
22. 14. 11 Harries Groomes.Nine Willie Jeffries and .'4Y%+ ",rt aeemthil4ew e ., 'A ,. 1 Is not only opportunities slot which was left vacant the angling nuthnrltu at :Mir
Melvin with the June graduation of
Flying Dave Woodard of Jacksonville's (Fla.) Raines High School will be one of the key front for Black men, but, for Black Lionel Williams the backfield curj oulbnard Not onlt florithe
line performers In Albany (Ca.) State College's attack this season With fall drills set to open on men to be able to enjoy upward to be sound., corrrrt line help tour ca-tIng
appears but It big In
plat a pirl
WhiteFqotballers September 1 Woodard 6.3 listed of the offensive tackles mobility as a reality, once the
5579 IS a ,240-pound sophomore as one regular Either sophomore Tillman how" the lure In presented to
by Head Football Coach, Bobby Lee. As a frosh last season, the former Raines star won a regular door Is opened.The Sense or Junior utility' man Alfred the Ash
I If. i Join berth, but suffered torn ligaments and most of the season. In spring practice he looked fit and ready Labor Unions and Contractors Cheesborough will be called Fly fishermen probib'.t: have
He's Sometim are saying that they
Sometimes up to go once again upon to handle the vacated quar the mot critical rlec'.flont to
.'. dowi. He Adds.SubstractsHi will not discriminate against the Both make. Rod lenpth. its action
terback player's Job. players -
: works It all around. BethuneCookman Negro and other minorities,but, saw limited action last year. and whether the;' are fU'iliv' t
they are not going to loser their dry or wet flies ire nil\ Inipcr.
21. 4517 DAYTONA BEACH Fla.:--A standards. LEAP has pledgedto Sense, however, passed 27 tant consideration. ,

rookie white assistant football Albany State's 69 seek out, encourage prepare time, completed 12 of those Generally'. a flouting. tapered: : v
for 141 .
which: was good: yards.In
Coml"4t Attraction coach atBethune>CookrnanCol- and assist minorities who line I* used with (In' flies, and .
t legs has been credited with the will be able to meet these rtqulremenl. addition to quarterback a level I, sinking line with wee' *
signing of nine white football .. chores, "Cheese" handles punting flies Popping! bug for ban t
45- itHi players for the fall season The doors to Apprenticeship! extra points,field goals, and call for weight forward ,line*. 6
Coach Seems Training are opening for Black Itlc kottl. Follow\ the rod mnXers tec.ommendmloni .
Jack..M forPittsburgh"Stetler Grid Outlook
Clllrl1 Senior fullback Jack Jones will
DAYSHUMIfRID your wed as to 1 II t nfl.of
MAN'S ; youth. Apprenticeship affords'
be back to provide much needed: weight. The aie usunlh printed 1
rules permit freshmen on varsity one of the finest opportunities
ground' yardage. He rushed for on the butt tectlon l'C tim J
squads: for youth anywhere. There will

1't' i The white.rpolde !came frpij,)) Dismal And Gloomy 'be a continued demand< for goodJourneymen 310 good:yards for an last average season whlchwaa of 3.9 good Casting rod, spinning or spin- ,t
[Daytona and Is a motel owner who are proud of
casting rv line!Mire riot arrUH\
The !
."fo Sani' 1 Dr&Ylu.e.Ji Xfll! "" hll"'I.H.,: laeeeeJul I re--- .. r''fine workmanship.'is possiblefor ground yards per attack carry will also be aided tealInoneesprctyyltencast) : :? ?t
can be Yom'sw.en Is a former coach of theDaytona an Apprentice to earn in ex-u rod '
Fortune cruller theydefend
and Jessupon
.Health Ca. With the fall where the lithe Sylvester Owens ncgAt
ALBANY > Davbun.
sltlons flanks. Larney
the defensive by sophomore : ;
"L'J icy Days Beach Lopez High cess Of $25,000.00 during his tion than do fly line*, Ortur; ,
you know you ; School team and of the empire football drills almost 'tere. the (Pete) Bin,, who caught derwent surgery for two broken four years of Apprenticeship Larry' Rose and Ronnie Lewis wise the importance of hav, 4 J
Lucky Colors Set: Daytona Tbunderblrds.McClalren '69 season looms as a bleak 26 passes for 834 yards and 4 bones and torn ligaments following Training. On the other hand he For the past two years the ing the right line I I' as greut '
Send $2.1>> for your said-that .U one for Albany (Ca.) State Col. tds in '68, Is the no. 1 target the South Carolina Slate may spend In the neighborhood Pirates have had one of the most Braided line I II excellent for
any lege unless the Rams' coach Kennle Burke will off to benner feared attacks In the reel. but shouldnot
Sophomore game He was a of passing plug casting
Horoscopa Guide for them make the grade historywill $8,000.00 going to college.It .
Bobby Lee, can find the talent be at the throttles, backed by season and would have been a to be conference. This is due In no be used for spinning orsplncastlng
have honor
been great
established appears a
SEPTEMBERill Bethune, needed up front In his offensiveand Gene Petty a redshlrt In Ms strong All-American candidatethis to receive a 1000.00 Scholar- small part to senior, co-captain A had braid 111m.
defensive lines. frosh season, as the no. 2 sig year. Instead, his football and split end Dave Hayden linger but 1* more troublesome
in the blaik below and With last year's most out nal-caller. Burke got an early career may be all over: ship. to College. Rightfully sophomore Robert Johnson and on the reel! than a son
It Is but Is this .
any braid Also braided line float
mall to' ZODIAC Post Off leal standing defensive lineman, call as the starting quarter Jlmm Leonard who took senior Arthur Wyatt. Last seas
Box' mil Jacksonville Fie 1 SAVE THE CAN middle guard Elton Davis,being back near the season's end and over and played brilliantly In treat reason lightly completely Ignor or on this "trlcksome threesome" Monofllamrnl line Is until
a $20,000.00
almost with
eacluchely' "IJln.
AND KEEP counted out, the defensive front performed admirably. He con spots following Davis' Jnnury, In a skill trade wriggled and twisted their bodies nine and rplncimllnit equip
r; m: ::3';: AMERICABEAUTIFUL Is considerably weaker with nected on 44 of 111 passes for has line wl'ldrawn from: sum- for 44 receptions and 791 yards ment Its nearly ImUihlv 1 In
STREET ii only the experienced Reggie 621 yards and 4 touchdowns.At mer school and may also be ineligible Wash Valves To Get Johnson was the team leader the water and will sink.

DATE OF BIRTH Forbes at tackli And Al Den. 6.%, 110. Burke Is regarded In such case, it looks More Radiator Heat catching 21 passes good for 503 Match the line test weight|
mark at end, returning In the a super-passer and a real like Lee will again have to planto yards When Johnson Is not to the size fish you're after
_ _01' five-man front. strong runner. Petty, 6-1. 180.I. play a freshman here, unless If your radiator II I not heating. catching passes he'. running and the size lure \\oure Us, Iing .
On offense, Lee has more ex. Just a shade behind Burke he moves one of his three properly, the trouble may lie in back punts or klckoffs. He was Remember, the lighter' *
68 RAMBLER 1995) I perlence up front as Jerry Rich and will undoubtedly see lots vet tackles to this position. Of clogged. air \ahet. the team leader In both categories the line the easier it Is to cast

'..!./..'. .' .....'.w;.. ..' "*..."' ." ..o vo. ardson and Bill Tlft, guards; of action. the "rookies," Bruce Taylor To clean them valves, which ai* last season. Wyatt Is particularly' with light'weight,
'.':" 1.-. Eric Holston Dave Woodard: and Burke will probably be pair (6-2 240), the son of ASC designed. to allow ail to escape also a versatile player, having lures. However the lads at

CORVETTE H..TOP S2995t Bob Russ tackles; and Chuck ed in the Rams' no. 1 offensive alumnus Ralph Taylor, Is the from the radiators so steam can the reputation of being one of the Mercury advise thatou keepin .
66 Montgomery at center return. backfield< unit with Melvin a top choice If Lee decides to enter, first close the steam Inlet best line backers on. (the team. mind the reel mnnulnctur
\: .t; .; -i 1 However, this group although It "plus" for the Rams, and either go with\ experience, either Walt valve The defensive secondary will ers recommendations

61 CHIVY It NOVA ......,.......,?....... .. .. $1795 showed marked Improvement In Rudy Johnson 210-pound sophor Johnson fn.y 9H\\ or Henrv ..... .. .. ---
PaA.'CSA..fOAIf'tt.4,1r'S'; : J",*' the season's final three games, Boston, a 11 .pound soph Swift: (6-1; 240) could be shifted

61 BUICK IESABRE .. .. .. .. ., $2995. had trouble making openings for' who Is expected to blossom as a"threat" here from the defensive tackle
jt. .). :.., COMS..n*.Ki'. '. '(.. the Rams' and Neeley bios-
this 240)
61 CHEVELIE MALIBU ........................ ........* $1 75 running game season Hanker post Forbes (6-3,
t.Tf.C.U-.ONt 0'o'.'IUI a.1..t.M67BU1CKELECTRA225..S2395. providing ample protection for Lovett, a 6-4. 190.pound somed at the interior line position Smooth
Ram quarterback Xennle Burke gets the nod at this post. In '68 and will be a mainstay -
The addition' of such grid He should be even better In his in the defensive front. 1

*l 1P CONDITIONED" WOK7H MOW. powers as Tennessee A. & U second season following a Llnebacldng Is a position of
67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.CM .....$I W State and Alabama A. 1 M., better-than.average performance real question right now where
VI H;ON..:1:., H.PChrt.SnWNO: .JUCCNS,I '". along with South CaroUnaState, in '68 with 20 catchesfor the only true, tried returnee is
61 CHEVROLET IMPALA S'T.COUPE ....... $2195 Bethune-Cookman and Morris 293 yards Super frosh Johnnie Lamar (5-11,185), who predictionI'
van-.rove: '' .PO//WJTIEHN*. Brown)!' already on the Rams' Frank Mobley, who brings in small for the but tough.
Is post
.7 FORD CAIAXII 500 .................................... $1 795 slate Is reason enough to scholastic credentials 190)
.. ., predict Impressive Vets Henry Wallace (6-3,
1''CON).I.hfo: .cn. \uiOf'' c.foi's-K Mi.n"
61 PONTIAC TEMPEST ..........?.....$2095 a bleak outlook for Albany will push Lovett. A 6-4. and Jimmy "Jlmbo" osby V.'
L.Y'Cv.IvL'e\ TC TAAN ,S 0.. '0"" !'U'.!.",1. State. In all, twenty-seven let. 190.pounder, Mobley caught 87 (6-2 200) will get a good shot rv,
termeu return but only nine of passes for his Madison! Fla. at this position,both being shift i
67 PONTIAC CATALINA.,, $2395 them at the Interior line posts. team 23 In his club's game ed from their natural defensiveend w i r- t

H'O'Ct *10'.1t"l(C".J "'t1,1} IAt I .Al*."*-TH 1'CCON t I. Lee Is counting heavily on a against Qulncy's Carter Parre. spots. Things couldbrliten 1
'<*,V''-;uc'O'r) ''.'Nf' real fine first crop to fill the more. considerably if Cos- %j ra Q,.

.64 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR ...........-.... $795 gaps, and, perhaps even to supplant Up front the Interior posts by- a Idd with "lots of foot.ball
62 CHEV.5T A.WAGON ....?.................... $295 some of the vets. How. will be manned by Richardsonand potential" develops and J
64 DODGE POIARA .- ........... $495 ever, with the Rams' awesome Tlft, the guards Russ and two "rookies" Dennis Crawford -
schedule, there' place for a Holston at tackle and Montgomery ((6-3,225)and Moses Brown
We Toke Deals Where Others Refuse rookie at center This five (6-3 210) catch on to the ,4j

Credit Approved on SpotR.S.EVANS The Rams are talent-rich in man quint which averages 233 Rams' system with haste.
the defensive secondary where pounds from tackle-to-tackle, The defensive secondary In
AIl-Amerlcan candidate Willie could receive a lift If Dave addition to the return of Dixon
Dixon roams at cornerback; Woodard (6-3, 245)) Is sound (5 Interceptions), who is regarded -
running backs with the returnof once again following surgery for as one of the finest defensive
Its-pound Sherman MelVIn, torn ligaments last season halfbacks in the collegiate -j l4wdswN 1r
3rd & MAIN along with fleet Albernell King At tight end where Charley ranks has Roosevelt

CL 44351OPEN TIL'M P.M.1X44312Jr Rudy Johnson and Howard: Boston Brown ((6-3 210) blossomedas Richardson .((6-0 185), Kennle
; and at the receiving po. one of the real "finds," the Carter (3 interceptions), a 3-

picture is' cloudy after Brown .year vet, and two speedsters In .
was dismissed from summer Jimmy Sellars ( -10. 175) and -
;;" school for disciplinary reasons. Luclous Davis(5-10,170)). Look 4

Ilu BU. I. clh'nlp"t in C ' I" lot Ida If he Is ruled eligible academically ,out for r)Ue: Ben Ashley (61 &'S n eK
to play the Rams will be 180) to possibly crack Into this

t fortified at the strong side Hank! ; secondary. yP
but If he is not, the positionwill Dillon and Carter at corner-
be up for grabs between ,back and safety, are the real
e. i. / tY v" vet Stanley Pritchett (6-2. 190) "plus" factors. Both seniors
and David Whitaker (6-2 210)), they team well together
I Ir a first-year performer from read offenses well and are sure

TON ITE Columbus.Bing rules the split end post tacklers Dillon will team with speedster .

and If he Is sound he should Hugh Hick and Albernell

MATINEE' 1st Race 8:15 P.M. seriously challenge all the col-,. 'King on running back Kickoffs 4
lege pass catching recor,is, especially and punts. Dillon hauled back
1'L. WEP.I-4AT. 2 p.m. MIN Off CIIA* J
if thequarterbacks kickoffs in 68 (17 returns) for
TAKE I-95J] ENJOY GREAT RACING ACTION prove able passers. PUylnG:behind 645 yards and 1 tj. yv i
DIRECT TO TRACK. IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT! him will another of Lee's One farlor which does not
"frosh chlpe," 6-4. 210poundArt favor the Rams all the 'C9
Cameron of LaGrange, Ca. grid wars approach Is the shortage

;. .. N QUINICUS tvtur AACfPLAY Davis' absence In the middleof of coaches to work with this ::

the defensive front of theRams' very talented freshman-sopho-j ,
S I ruficuj
ORIGINAL I '. DAILY DOUBLE UST 1 BACK "Ii!" defense could bfI' more-laddencrop.Lee has one lond At assistant the moment 'I(
'. a major blow and will placethe s miTflOjeuves
;...MI* in t tins OMISSION jmiT SO. leadership squarely on the couch a castastrophe today's

tuirmrorff Oft $5_, riot PMKINCk's shoulders of Junior AI Denmark high mechanized. game of foot

who.will hold down one of. ball.
rubt' R:

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I CBS TV Series "Conversations In BJack" Takes Over From "Black Heritage" I

I New Cultural Outlay Gives Denyer Leader Black Mrs. Gray IR AniivorsoryMrs. Politician MeetIi Next GrflBd Lodge Session

Point To '69 Social' I Issues_ Medic Chosen Head + ntw rr 'I-F: lot Wasiiiftoi Will te Held IR Saratoga

WASHINGTON .. More than
"Black Heritage' the renowned earlymorning program designed Of Vets Adm. 500 Black elected office holders
I to brine to the fore the apparently and deliberately will converge upon Washingtonand DAYTONA BEACH, Fie .. The SOth Grand Lodge Sessionof
entombed culture of the Negro, his aspirations, his difficulties ,4 I will, on Sept. 11, begin the Knights of Pythias of Florida" Plans have
nil heritage, will come to an end within a few days a four-day conference which Is been announced for the next annual meeting to be held in Sir*.
DENBEE -. (NPI) .. Lauren believed by many will have far- e01a.
j However, a ready and adequate greater understanding among Watson, chief of the local Black reaching results throughout the L imperial potentate, Dramatic
Dr. Benjamin Perry
successor will lie a newprogram all citizens, black and white: ,on Panther party, has been ousted country and upon the economy, of Florida A t M,president University Knights of Omar, Tallahassee
"Conversations In the major problems In American from the national organization Black and'white.1This Headquarters for the Grand
Black," designed to present, In society. "for life," u a move by the Is the Institute for Black and Rev. J.C.Sams Churchof Lodge is 1040 Broad Street,
another way,the problems of the Others who will appear are national group, headquartered Elected Officials. Meetings will pastor of Second Baptist Jacksonville Persons Interested .
Amerlcl Negro. Assistant Secretary of Labor In Oakland, Calif., to acMeve- be at i lie Washington Hilton: Ho' Jacksonville, were.amongthe In memberships are
CBS will present, beginning Arthur A. Fletcher; Simeon undisputed power over local outstanding speakers.Greetings requested to write the Grand
with September 14, a series of Colar, chairman of the New Panther activities. A tel.An outstanding of the convention were extended by. Chanceller for application
six half-hour! broadcasts exploring York City Commission on Human The ouster Is seen as one ofa ':.1 will be a type of confrontation Supreme' Chancellor R.A. Hester R.L. Williams, deputy imperial
significant social Issues Rights; Patricia Harris of number of purges of local with Nixon leadersas of Dallas. City officials potentate of the Knights of
I In contemporary American life. Howard, former ambassador to leadership. First Indication ,, to Issues policies and pro- and prominent: individuals took Omar, announced the Installation
I The first presentation will be Luxembourg; Herbert Hill, national 'that Watson was out ctmelnthe : gram relevant to the Blackof- part.Highlights of a unit of the Princesses
on the Network from 8:30: to B director of Labor pro. local dallies flclals' constituents and homelands -' of the enthusiastic of Omar at Orlando
a.m., ET, and Sunday and 1- grams for the NAACP; Bayard Since Panther chieftain confab were the oratorical con. Members of the tents, knownas
1:30: p.m., ET, Monday through Rustin, executive director of ."Omar", was out of town on The Institute .will seek to test, the banquet, a sheet parade Diefenbalcer, are:. Mrs.
Friday, for taping by Individual the A, Philip Randolph Insti- business, confirmation of the make available to the delegatesa the Grand Ball and the Daisy Dyer, Post Guard Empress
stations for later broadcasts. ture and Dr. Robert C. Weaver ouster was secured from awl!. variety of tKhnlcal assistance King and. Queen Revue The ; Mrs. Isa M. Hunter,
Among the distinguished president, Baruch College llam Dawldns and several other Revue was headed by R.A.
on such subjects as house Grand Empress; Shirley Ron-
figures who will appear on the of the City University of New Panther members, all from : ing, employment, education and Drlesback, grand 'den, Grand Princess; Bertha
program are Rev. Ralph David York, and former Secretary of Oakland, Calif. 'i economic development.Dr. and by Mrs.! Counselor Mamie Strong who, Williams, Grand Sheba; Irs.
Grand Worth
Abernathy, William Brown, HI, HUD. ,
Kenneth B. Clark, president Mary Ann Robinson, Grand Recorder
Co 5hlrle A. Chl were followed by chabrellor
t mgr e s a ma n y a-
of the Washington Mrs. Ida Waykoff,
c .v
holm, Patricia Harris, Mrs. known as the Metropolitan commanders and worthy coun Grand Treasurer Mrs Vera
; :
Elizabeth Koontz, Bayard Rus- Applied Research Center, Inc., sellors of the many lodges Kinder, Grand Mali;Mrs.Mary
I I ,; throughout( the state.
tln Dr. Robert C. Weaver and '
Jr. Executive NEWS ,;: bas pointed to the goal as the The oratorical contest! was Lee Byrd, Grand Sentinel;Mrs,
Whitney Young, ,
Director of the Urban League. ', placing! Into, more prominent supervised by Mrs. C.M. Vlvan Taylor, Grand Guard.
positions the Image of the Black Deputy Charlie M. Hedgemenwas
This new series will featurea t--- Hedgemui of Sarasota.L.M. .
series of spontaneous discussions MANTEL BAPTISTThe Gussl Mae officeholders Argrett, chairman of organizer. Members> entitled
Paige Cray nationally known
gospel The meettt; will folio to the name Sheba No,
among a cross section of teachers' meeting and the prayer meeting will be heldat singer and religious worker, above will celebrate her thirty- .omuhat the pattern of thel>67 the Education Commission, reported 4 are: Mrs. Ida Aldns, Mrs,
leaders in the Black community the usual hoar with the pastor and officers in charge Choir third anniversary as a gospel singer Sunday night Sept. 7, confab l.i: Chicago.: that 13 scholarships had. Mantle Baker, Mrs Retha
which focus on the problems, No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. The business meeting will follow. at the Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist, Spruce and Dora More than 1,200 Blacks have beetle given to deserving college Coles Mrs. Annie M. Dasher,
opportunities, and new directions The noonday prayer service will be held Streets students during his tenureas ,
at the church. Senior This gala program will begin at 8 been invited. State Senator Mrs. Estella Fields,Mrs.Annie
for such vital areas as Choir No. 1 and Senior Choir No. 2 will rehearse Jointly at p.m. Rev. William Hill Is pastor. Mrs Cray is a faithful Mervyn Dymally is a cochairman commissioner. Assistant the Green Mrs. Rosanna Larklns,
higher education and politics. 8 p.m. Sunday School begins at 0:30 with member of Mt. and commissioner were Claude ,
Mrs. Mantle Fields Calvary holds various offices Mrs. Cray along with Alderwoman Mrs Edith Major' Mr' Lily
The programs represent a continuing and Deacon George Smith in charge The lesson Is member of the Llllle Keep, Daytona Beach, andSamuel -
will be reviewed E. Powell Chapter no, 50, Order of Louise ReynaMi) of Louis lle, hi, Ross, Mrs. Mary Smith,
effort toward promoting by an appointee. Consecration takes Eastern Stars She 1s also M, Seall Jr., of Apoke.
place at 1030 grand chorister of the Bethlehem Percy Sutton, Manhattan,Woodrow Mrs Stella Wheeler, Mrs. Ola
a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons Grand Chapters of the OES. Mrs. Cray is a member of the Wilson, Nevada., Rev. Richard Harmon will Williams Mrs. Ida Wlllford
In head the host committee the ,
charge Baptism will be held in the morning worship Metropolitan Nursing Home and a member of the Courtesy
B.T.U. begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips In charge Committee of the East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association next convention. The official. and' Mrs. Edna
The evening worship begins at 6:30.: as well as a dynamic speaker. Mrs. Emily Tlmmon B&W Shopping CenjerIn headquarters will be 80S Florida

FOR SALEUnder will serve as Mistress of ceremonies, with Mrs., Viola Sarasota, Fla. I I
Daniels Officers elected were El-
TRI 1TBAPTIST giving the Occasion. An impressive roster of participants Memphis :
has been programmed Talented persons from In Jacksonville bert W, Jones, grand vice! chan-
? Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent A. and from other areas will be present. Peter J. Bell MEMPHIS"NPI( )-.Ground! teller, Tallahassee! ; R. A. The Neglected' "ROO
Taylor and teachers In charge. The pastor Rev. W.C. will present Mrs. Elder Drlesback, grand chanceller,
z--r-; Murray, Tlmmons. MonDavls,Th. Fashlonett has been broken for a nine.
.. or his appointee, will review the lesson. The morning worship Host and Hostess Club, along with Mrs. Smith, will be host acre -l.35-mllllai: shopping Port St. Joe; J.W. Washington, H1stor .'* greatest 'r.: '-
... begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge. Communion and hostesses There is no admission. The public Is Invited. center InwhlchaUvartlclpatlnc- past grand chancellor, St. !ment-trie\ moon: landine-bril-; j:
J' '. ,.- Is observed every fourth Sunday at 4 p.m. Prayer meeting businesses are Blacker interracially Petersburg; Richard Hammond, Ilantly reaffirmed ,..Americaseducationaltechniques:: ,:
...;,,- rr -- -, is Tuesday at 7 p.m. An old-fashioned revival hour will be owned. grand lecturer, Sarasota; R. \ ,: The!:
"F -==-- :. s: .)uored September 28 at 3 p.m. by Mrs. C. Scoott. All are St. Stephen A.M.E. Church Known as Freedom 3. Center McGrlff, grand keeper of records road from the basic three R'*
welcome Barbara E, Robinson/ Is clerk and reporter South( Shopping! Plaza, the development and seals, Jacksonville; to spaoe-afe: science hi* led:
trinity baptistPALMER'S H. Manning Efferson grandmaster
will haw a 90-9!per t'o spectacular successes.
New Federal Program. '
cent Black work force in the of exchequer,Tallahassee -- The rr.14.Ue!: : "R"-hand-
233-2,3 and 4 Bedroom tomes INSTRUCTION Lists Series Of Happenings center's 18 stores. ;. J.B. Jenkins, grand master writing-too often neglectedon

,in! Wash Ills area. Unheard JACKSONVILLE TRAINING INS1/ The stores will be on least -at-arms, West Palm Beach; Earth-played: an. important \

of low dow pay and low/low, SPECIAL"SKIN M, Stephen A.M.E. Church will hold Holy Communion Sunday from the developer, Metro, 'Jacksonville D.Perkins, grand Alton' 'Fennell attorney, role in this Nation''

lox monthly payments! SUCCESS"BLEACH 218 W, ADAMS Is looking for at Fifth and Davis Streets. Memphis created Development th'allonal'Business corporation grand inner guard; Port St.Joe;, recent !noon-landing.\ :
I by ,
women to tralnasNurses Aid.
C. Hudson, grand out.rpard
CREAM Callfor 354. Services at the church begin day at 7:30.: The United Cho. league in
es appointment. Miami L.M.'Argrett !! 'i
with the Sunday School at 9:30. rus meets Saturday night. The' KBI held its 69th annual convention
(large size jar contains 4 timesas 8301. grand auditor, Jacksonville;
Parents Invited send in Memphis at the sametime
art to their Young Adult Choir will r"hearseFriday
much as reg. size) $1.00 James Galney,Mortuary Board, Mr. t Mrs Lindsay:Hood
children that broken for
SALES OFFICE to the Sunday School. at 4:30.: The Junior ground was I
FOR SALE Palmetto-James.;; Coleman, "announces the birth! of their
Consecration services begin at Chorus will meet./ The church the center! ,
SUCCESS"DRESSING 10:45.: Assisting! groups willbe anniversary will be October Freedom center Is expectedto ; brigadier general, West Palm daughter LaCina Renee Hood
VULCAN INC. 2 Unit Apt.-hse. 6 Rooms Beach R.L. Williams
; the former Jacqueline Jackson
Choirs and Usher Board No. 1. 26. be completed byjate spring
(regular : cz. jar contains I up and 6 Rms Down Pvt Mrs. Daisy Wallace Is presl-, .., .. 1970. is the mother.PJIUI .
t h
Ent, Pvt Bth Paved and dent. Mrs. Eunice Lee .out i .,
25% Lanolin) ,.51
1003 KEN KNIGHT DRV close to go xl schools Close Prot Neal Blanc,:will be; at the. a
BOTH FOR $1.00 In town: 208 Sykes Street consoles '
between Liberty t Market James C, Cenwrlght minis.
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