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 13, 1969


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


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

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


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VlI1Ei rt MIAMI.-.Rev. Ralph David*

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Conference, once headed by the
late Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr., told a news conference at
the national meeting of the Progressive -

BY RIOTING BLACKS -t : Ai'w of that Blacks.his opposition organization Baptist to the plans Convention drafting massive

At the same time the leader
*** ** ** *** urged a change In the draft
system. He suggests extending
Convicted : the draft age to 65 yearsso
Jidfo Mao
Deplores, Off-Duty PoliceCalle'd that"theolder men who make
the wars ,will think twice before
Stile Slowaess Expressed Hate starting wars."
Under plans to be Implement
To Serve ed by the SCLC young people
On Death Laws For All Whites: will be urged to say "Nol"
Rev. Abernathy plans also to
One of three Jazons charged: use Black churches,where possible -
GAINESVILLE Walter During EmergencyGAINESVILLE In the:slaying of two person, for training centers. He
Reese Wesley, 18, stood virtually during a series of carbine robberies propheslsed that such action
emotionless, staring,and has been sentenced to would halt the draft since the
apparently Indifferent when, In Raiford state Prison for the war descrtmlnates against the
the Circuit Court quarters of : -This university dry eiperlenced,Wednesday, rest of his life. Black and the poor)

Judge Georg I. Patten he hearda Its second straight night of racial unrest. George Young Jr., 24 was. A TOP SESSION -- Rochester Police Sergeant Don Williams (left) discusses map of city Dr. Abernathy said that, had

him sentence In pronounced keeping Gunfire and rock throwing sentenced this week to serve patrol ,dlrtilcts with members of Rochester's Te n On Pat;of (TOP). Thla Instruction the churches spoken out against
prison for 99
yearsat three life terms, terms which, slavery it would never have
hard labor. featured the outbuist of the an amusement stand will run consecutively without a was part of the 1969 orientation week for teh 100 TOPS>> who worked with the Police at secured a foothold.

Reese received the unusual evening Police Chief William In Lido Beach, NY. seven parole .Judge Thomas A. Larkin city playgrounds, swim areas, parks libraries, and neighborhood functions. TOP Is In The minister Is calling his
sentence In view of the fact Joiner reported arrests whites were Injured Wednesday of the Circuit Court banded Its third i summer and Is funded through an Eastman Kodak grant to Rochester' Jobs, Incorporated plan a "Challenge to Black
that the state does not havean Wednesday but did say It was when they were at ached down the sentence Tuesday following Christians." He urges immediate -

operating law for execution.The necessary to call In all off by a of 25 to 30 Black recommendatlonsoState: withdrawal of American
young man was sentenced'' duty policemen They were assigned in the Beach High Attorneys Ted E. Duncan.and troops from Vietnam and
girl '
after being convicted of raping to a 20-block: area asa Gene Whltworth. wants Red China admitted into
an 81 year old woman. miner of keeping peace In School cafeteria. Six girls State Attorneys, with the agreement Jistice Hock' the United Nations, for the purpose -
Assistant State Attorney Mack the all-Black neighborhood were treated hea4lnJurle..OOeprhrua4mltted of defense attorneys, Black CandidateAs of "negotiating peace at
Futch, the, day preceding: the: Blacks milled about In suggested the life sentence In the conference table."
sentence, argued for death by of 20 to 30, Glass bottlesflew groups to tile local hospital for aback view of the fact that the state Scores Abuses. Rev. Abernathy Is also ask-
electrocution: and termed ,the Injury. Polio war mrestlga- ha*,... law, at the time pro." that churches increase contributions -
rape of the 81 year-old woman through the ale. RocksIjrere ting (Jhe situation.Reports have viding for execution, lathe.lec'-I:: to the SCLC. foundedby
as "Inconceivable.;" De-' flying la all d 1 r.ericas,,. .,IoU thati group of wilt*16* *$, iocbatf., ''.. ?.;''tt s( 4 sOf,, ,U.S. :Lawsr 'City Auditor Dr. King He salt the best
fence Attorney Dick Jones However., no 'Injuries. were re. were attackedbyBlacks.School: A'proviso bi these sentences' :: thing the church can do I* to
attempter to' have the. case ported'. '0 'btticlallwer' sellable .if, Maflroung'canaot i' r.lIelled. .- WASHINGTON: ,According 'A' .*" S* *w fc t help redeem the soul of Ameri
thrown out on the contention According reports, theme- for comments.Plans were "j press releases this week the
that the state had not proven lee was occasioned by the alleged Young" pleaded guilty'Monday Stale of Mississippi has received ca.Before concluding, the minister
made for warrants '
anything.He unfair arrest of a young securing" .to' the rifle slaying of James a stay on orders to proceed Has Saved Money asked for support of his
argued that finger prints Black by a security guard at Armstrong during robbery of ," .at once on integra. free food stamp plan the creation
found at the scene could have 'Tharadaycapes' an Ice cream parlor and of tion. of Jobs, more medical aid

been made earlier. In APA Annual Death' William Jupour and George The United States Supreme DETROIT- race for Mayor In the city of Detroit, known and housing for the poor. The
:Wesley had waived his right Johnson In a grocery store rob Court Justice Huge L. Black, and with minister outlined other partsof
the Motor the
familiarly as City stigmatized as city
to a Jury trial. NO opinion,
witnesses reading a five-page his
With DemandsWASHlNCTON.Black one of the worst riots In history on Its books, will be between program.
testified for him. (
Remaining to be tried are strongly deplored the delay. He The minister will call the new
The courtroom was tense and psychology Charles Prosser and James expressed hope that the Blacks Black City Auditor Richard' Austin and White Sheriff Roman S. setup the Peace Department.

crowded. .Many Blacks were students,numbering SO, Dlnken leading complaints will enter Grlbbs. He said, "Our churches must
present.' Invaded a meetlngof the American u Young, before sentenced1* pleas at the earliest possible The top man Is Auditor Austin It may be that votes for Councllwomaa not behave as the white churches
Judge Patten,during his sum- Psychology Association: pronounced, told Judge Larkin moment. Justice Black pointedout In Tuesday's election he re-, Mary Beck may veer did during the days of slavery,
matlon, said: "There Is no here and demanded that the that he did not feel that he that there Is no need for celved 124,941 votes The second ,to Grlbbs Both top candidates nor like the churches in Germany -
doubt in the court's mind that organization, with 24 hours, should'' be sent to prison. such delay, that such a move man isSheriff Gribbs.He 1 did well In Integrated areas. in the days Hitler."
the crime of rape as charged provide "seed money." Young told the Judge, "No one Is In flagrant opposition to the won 105,640 votes The difference -'
against the defendant In, the The organization did not on this planet could feel the Constitution. Is some 19,000 ,otel'Austin
indictment has been proved beyond panic: Instead Blacks were hatred I have for you white Justice Black had answered convinced critics after Mayor Tanzler Mixed Unions
and to the exclusion of appointed to consult with the people. You are all symbols an 'appeal by the NAACP'
this the hottest election the
very reasonable doubt." whites and bring about a decent r of oppression." Legal and educational Fund, at Asks Aid From
The jurist went on to emphasize recommendation. These committees Young, a Black Muslin expressed the moment trying to preventthe history of the city, that he had Sicceed Says
the heinous nature of will meet on Oct. 4. regret for killing Johnson United States Fifth Circuit the support of the Black c o mmunlty -

the crime. Wesley had knocked A white professor from Rut- a Black. Court of Appeals from delaying a community which City's Ministers Iowa
on the woman's door in gers suggested that membersofthe Judge Larkin was prepared to segregation. Health, Education remembered the holcaust during Teacher
search of work. Judge Patten white unit assets them Impose) the death penalty until and Welfare have, with Robert the regime of Mayor Ca. Mayor Hans Taneler, In a
said It was the duty of the selves so as to raise a needed recommendations were made by Finch at the top, requested a vanagh Detroit's Blacks mile luncheon speech at St. Paul SAN FRANCISCO --According -
court to recommend no mercy.He $2,000,000 to 14.000,000. the attorneys. Judge Larkin delay with the excuse that, up about 40 per cent of the population A.M.E. Church Monday, called to latest statistics, based
said lie Imposed the sentence Demands by the Blacks involved said he learned that more than Immediate action will create upon ministers as "probablythe on a study of 8,000 interracial
because under the Flor- : 1. Student recruitmentof .CHARLES KYU* 60 prisoners are 'In Raiford confusion and chaos In the Before November 4 Austin will' most influential group of unions, marriages between
ida laws convicts sentenced to Blacks, undergraduates, into awaiting execution: There Is Mississippi system.On have to people I ever had the opportunityto Black men and white women are
death are not obliged to work. the field of psychology Centralization Charles Evers,Black mayor of a temporary. stay on all .ex August 1 HEW turned In I garner more Black talk to," to help him keep twice as stable. as all-Black
He said the sentence must equal of scholar ships.Investigation Fayette, Miss., woaldhav* ecmone. plans for desegregation to a) votes and votes from white the community abreast of what marriages
the enormity of the crime com of ways to help the Black been the victim of an assassination The sordid background of the District Court Jackson,MI..., sympathizers The race issue the consolidated government is Professor Thomas T.Mona-
mitted. The jurist revealed students in the field. Terminal plot 'hesdayhadnottheperpetrators charged: man came to light. Eight days Department will not be Involved.Austin did doing on a day-to-lay-basls. han of Vlllanova University
that statistics show that life programs designed to help the whit men Miss Tb defense attorney brought ,withdrew such a request. Then, not do well in white precincts.! : Mayor Tanzler felt that progress spoke before the American
prisoners are eligible for parole Black functionwlthlntbelrcom-: out that Young's mother killed I Finch requested the Appeals; In the area of consolidation Sociological Association here
after several years. munities. isslppianc, beenapprehended.Mayor the father when 1'ounwII seven court to establish a further de-'. must be viewed from a 'and said he based his study on
Evers'brotherthelate, Remembers. distance. marriage and divorce statistic*
and tried to.motb.rYOUDgFor Poor
lay.However .
Medgar Evers, was shot down. years he lived in a rat-infest the LDF did manage .. between 1940 and 1967. He said
Wendell, Koines Eaters by envious,biased whites,several ed basement apartment, la Chi to get an appeal In for the'.., 'I latlons. also that white-black marriagesare

I year ago.' cage Later his sister and he Supreme Court. : -t the part of the administration In less stable than all-white
f ,lived In a tree-boil Young, The Fifth Appeals Court went' ::1cJ. anir the field of jobs and of general unions.
: ,School toard Contest Action Committee attorney descrWedYounguex- In reverse and reper mltted continued : 'j: planning. He also revealed that marriages -
; hibit A of a deprived environ segregation. This decision : :' I ti Mayor Tanzler spoke before between oriental,Catholic
Five candidates for election to 1987 act which, set up a se Thanks' For Help ment. has been supported by United i ,', i ir members of the Jacksonville or Mexican persons were
the Du/al County school board ven-member. board elected States Solicitor General Ministerial Association more endurable
bad qualified Sept.<4
tlcipatlon In the contest of Nov.' amendment providing tot the to Justice Black. '
4.Incumbent Charles Bassett t The Citizens Committee for In other areas of the country Howard University's Snail
Sea Seeks To
qualified to Join Incumbent Don Action members, along with its situations vary. In Miami
president W. R. Motley, would *. one white appeared at an other-
the InDlitrict
Wells, in race like to thank the citizens and wise Black school one day. ,ar"1m'itW
Revive business Unit Gets AssistA 'I
(. Former Board member their many friends of Jacksonville I ,,Dream His parents transferred him to
Hugh B; Wllcoi qualified to who mad. It another \ School the next day.
challenge Mrs Richard L.M1U ... them to. deliver possiblefor a truck ,PHILADELPHIA -' (NPI) On ',Florida week klsplays n ) new effort to help develop black capitalism and other minority
Marcus Garvey;Jr., son of the group business enterprises in the Nation' Inner cities
tr.. Incumbent in District I load of supplies to Hurricane pictures of Integrated facultiesIn
Wendell P. Holmes Jr., sol Camllle victims in the Gulf- famed. "Back-to-Afrtca" leader -, the' lower. part of the state. SALLYS MATNI8 has_been announced by the U. S. Office of Education
1*,working to make his The Office's Bureau for information
of Research clearinghouse
Negro, Is In District 4.. Hit ,(, p,. Miss., area'last ...t- ,father's dream come true Detroit Miss Councilwoman Sally M at his, said it was awarding- planning and operating minority

opponent is William F .. Oa the trip; Motley talked to
white. Bowerer.nncertalnty to speak at the 18th an- months before the Common sity's Small Business Guidance: a "how-to-do-It" manual
was thrown Into the f at a r..Incumbent that some the of most the victims urgentneodswevo and found International convention of 'Wins Title Council, which would be and Development Center for a and up-to-date listings of available

Don Wells challenged food and the organisation his father Of of assistance: to low-Income 18-month project to design and franchise opportunities _
the constitutionality of the The clothing. fended sad beaded-tho UnI- users of sewer services, forwarded establish an Institute for Minority Another dissemination activity
Cin alt Court group Is Continuing their'efforts 'versa! Negro Improvement as- Business Education. will involve the of
faction In by toward letter to Mayor Hans use
collecting item i hack
junction The court suit \ of food, clothing and contributions sedstieu.'' America Tanzler this week,calling him The Institute Is expected tobe trade associations: of similar
further delayed when a to make further relief 'l The younger man is currently to task for confusing the facts a model proiam for universities minority enterprises educate
made for Monday of in i worktsf! 1*Jamaica to re-Afri '' In the matter of to and other educational and upgrade private businessmen
was possible the area help the
Motley that DETROITi-Th* Miss Black
canize its Institutions, so stitution that want to In the latest
improvethe marketing
week at <4< p.m before \ said. H. II appealing to all they become more meanlagfulto comes from Detroit. needy as to sewer service payments abllltycfmborttylnulneu- cost-control technique.

Gerald B. Tjeflat. dtlsens who would tike to give*' the populace.On ., Shirley Washington, shapely Mrs. Mathls advisedthe men tooperateprofUanle The Institute expects: to'con-
Wells and Bassett are their support to please send' .. of only two children of secretary who measure 36- Mayor that hur bill definitely prises. duct conferences,. seminars,
from the old mr bring their Item or anti has 22-36, tockthe title at the Miami, for the relief ?
oven feotUn ,,,1M'lab. 1.1Id1M't Garvey provides Researchers at the Institute and workshop, provide technical
Were there no new 1M'1. BOUOS Meat.Center.* tos Motley' Dtecoosi k I' poke* *f his desire to, fulmi competttlo that "we had !hoped Y o I r I will pinpoint successful management assistance. and consulting
45th at MoBcriefRoad .
they would serve until of! tar Pb.9k <; JaIl ratter's dream! The original field consisted of ,would have Included. 1 would and business techniques : service, and develop educational
** -e911i'Yea' may' e M
oace'said women. -
Under the two ITk elder Carrey and devise of
legislation appreciate your support ahoy way adapting programs, particularly
He con sea directly: UaltdCburch, was Miss Black
ta District 6 Judge TJoflat ''of that hi*program tobrtngBlaets lfewI8l..Y. bill line yours never reach them to the special: needsof for extension and adult education -
election before; 1011 Aveaw.BlloxtMls back would be Madeline Wilson, 19, of Union,
ton to Africa minority businessmen 1 course.
eipected to rile for or I tie council,or you requested
> Jersey Miss Black
Illegal wllitieippradaYir I srreanpMshed 1* the 1980s. His One technique the researchers Support for the Institute
see of the other. lit \l it tobe withdrawn Mrs.Mathis' .
Wells t ,. ', ti'.oJ..*1,MSI .., be OM person to earrythe Georgia was third. will explore 1* the franchise : being provided under Title IV of
contends that tile f* *:I.t :r .pnrau Old, though It ISM*, Five Judge bill !has been IB committee system Involving such the Elementary and Secondary: ;
Florida CoMtttutloa N \.acetvsfcli .. make the ..rlcI e* the basis of talent, beauty, since March ttprovldes businesses as auto dealership Education Act which: \ authorizes
for election, mandatory de ? **, *P.J**iv, 1Ml...... He might be able charm; poise and gracefulness, for a sealing of charges for restaurants and food shop,and research, dissemination, and '

I tile schaolDaerd j.; t'IiNJ"'W\ "" "" ':lJfJt ... "'.1\t"') .It, .tnthelea. durtac a two-hour ceremony In poor people, and would aid service stations ,training to Improve education ai'' ,
s eoeatywlds and Invalidates\ 'If...**:.t:..111 W. i '4Ii t.j i'. ''''', Asbvrjr Park, N. J. some 3,000. The Institute win also be I all levels

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DESEGREGAWN.JUDGEHAYNSWRTH 'x like the service In a restaurant or a departmenf

USUALY .. '" u you dou't CaD always take fOur business elsewhere t but ,<*
store yon
1TEGRd' g FOUND THEIR CONDUCT } (.. +,.-.' can't switch electric companies.PabI1c .
9 \ and computes are mODopollea
IFREPREHENI5I8U.t utillties Uke electJ Ic pi
LEGAL, perform a vital public services and are protect ,

HEUDfIfL0TUi110N Because they MoJL they are to regulation by the state. 'I!

GRANTS TO WHITE'TVJ fre But they also tare special responsibility to the publicate -,?. ,

ERIC 0. SIMPSON..MHWING G EDITOR jENTSBYAWRGiNLaCOUNTY spoaslbllltJ greater than that profits of other and shelter corporation from ft.*tree who
the guaranteed ,
don't enjoy

(UD4 WCOHN..CIRCUIAIION[ MJIIIJIfiER IT*PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO t IAiroIDiNTEG'RATIONAND market.It seems that npst public utilities are not living -p to that
especially as It relates to tt-
.. ,I Sent of the poor and to their obligation to we their

WHENHEAJDTHATHOSPlTALS -\ J socially desirable ends

MAILING UIRCSS RECEIVING PUBLIC,! Wh11e many companies in this field are Improving theployment

policies, they bare a long way to so.A federal i s .
awe a few hlringyoungNep'oandother mine
BURTON ACT SHOULD HOT behind other tndustrless Uy!

Tcomnun all people-black and
NEGRO PHYSICIANS complaint affection poor

PHONE 354182'MIAMI PATIENTS white-is the usual policy of requiring; deposits. Before the

or electricity is turned on, most companies demand lugs
cash sometimes as macb as $100.
N.".THE' deposits,
Some people don't have to pay deposits. People who have good

OFFICE( 5018 M.L W AVE.: LrF I.i jobs credits cards, and soma of the other atti ttutes of middle-

class life, escape such payments. Most often It Is the poor,

f rC who can afford large cash outlays least, who are forced to
HJ-3879 scrape together enough cash to pay the deposit that turns the

lights on.
This is not only unfair it's unnecessary Deposits are sup.

SUBS'IFT,1Qx HATE pose to>> Insure the company against nonpaymentstudy of bills. One
of West Coast telephone companY'sdebtorUhowed five
One Tea, $12,00,4..alf Year $7.00 Mailed To You a .
out of six didn't have to pay deposits they were considered.

Anywhere In.The United.States'Subscriutlon t good risks.If .
1 I this is typical, then It means that poor people as a class are

.' required to pay the deposits that ensure companies against
Payable! Iii)dva c.. I losses from defaulters who are not poor. Here is another instance
"I WANT TO TURN THE COURT AROUND" SAID MR. NIXON subsidize the better-oft.
Send check Money The real cost to utilities lies in stretching these lines out

'JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 32201 to the growing suburbs or to new office and Industrial build-
: Ings. But the companies calculate their rates on total costs

j i. In the whole area That means that rates In poverty areas
Is the rates In the outlying districts that are
President Nixes! are the same as
far more expensive to service. Again, the poor subsidize,

through higher rates, the suburban middle-classes

Becoming Despente? YOUR WEEKLY Jlt Large users of electricity such as Industrial plants, are

t often favored by lower rates, too. The reasoning that big

customers should get discounts. But her again, the poor pay

The application of some age-old remedies to more. this time to subsidize industrial concerns.

curb our economy's rapidly rising inflation ,, : ( I ; If rates were higher for indostry, they'd still use the same
may indicate President Nixon is getting franticor HOROSCOPE GUIDE I amount, of electricity. It's needed for production The savings

disappointed over the seemingly lack of'"hold passed on to the poor would mean they could stretch already

ing-back" spiraling inflation. ", I' tight budgets a little further. But present unfair rate structures
mean homes In poverty areas can't use all the utilities families
First. Mr, Nixon continued the'surtax for a
need, because of the high cost.

temporary There Is a growing feeling that such policies are not only unfair
Second he has ordered curtailment of federal but Illegal as well. They amount discrimination against

and state building construction. We wonder if he a whole class of people .. the poor They also amount to a

thinks this will do the Job; or'does he realize WHICH'RE YOUR LUCKY DAYS gross violation of public trust because the monopoly powers

that building construction provides millions of men granted private companies are abused through discrimination

with jobs so that they can support their families. :FOBUSINESS LOVE -. TRAVEL ? against the poor: contributing to urban tensions.
Third the President has asked the Senate to Utilities ought to examine these policies and change them.

trim the middle class' income tax cuts grantedby Equality in hiring, and end to forced deposits changes in

the House sweeping tax reform bill and to I 11. rate structures, and consumer education programs should be
undertaken at oncebefore the courts and the state .
make an unexpected $1.6 billion a cut In ARIES CANCER LIBRA
'. ,tory agencies take the kinds of legal actions the utilities will

corporate The measures tax rates.used by Mr. Nixon. in layman'sparlance lOll MARCO BORN JUNE BORN SEPT.23rV .: !,11 wt \ regret.,
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forthcoming, lack seventies.creativity The and process imagination Is like for treating the.. 2ti mil utfc. 22II4 JULY 22H OCT. 2M.- IAN. 1911 GHETTO: r"NC, 1 I

the symptom of a disease rather than the 18th-22nd: Now-what? Many Don't be taken In. Tensions Share equally We sometimes This should be a tranquilone. .

) cause. What is needed is a tightening up of thenation's could be In somewhat of a pre- may be lessened to a considerable devote too much time to Careers Keep or cementing valuable OF PREVENTION'When
dlcament. U ve follow the extent, but this does not clubs to friendships bolstering
non-essential the
spending on projects, for frI.nds. ,
mean much outside of
others against our better judgment giving joint financial and security Interests
> detriment of marital -
example, the idea of sending a man to Mars. we are likely to blame you a chance to brace yourself ties This often drains or family much and putting stronger we hear the word "ghetto," we visualize
The Vietnam War has been continual drain ourselves later for the big blow that Is warm- Negroes or
on should things of the available cash that should defenses wherever they are minority grouPs of certain foreign
upon our financial resources and what are we to go wrong If we don't, we can*Ing up. Intuition may be quite be utilized for moreusefulpur deemed necessary (17th). The origins. Our experts seem to put all of their

gain from it? There is: too much waste in be accused of being uncoopera, busy transmitting Important poses than entertaining or just best of Intentions or calculations concentration upon slum eradication but
live messages, or warnings,to those it would
orworsemakingthingsdtsagreeable could be upset' by official -
governmental spending even upon essential under- all who are geared to receive them cutting wild (17th-20th). There seem that equal emphasis would be
(17th) It Is an excellent actions or by allowing the attending to
opening to do
takings for the welfare of the nation. may take some doing to figure (17th-lBthX One of them must some deep thinking over this emotions to overrule the dictates the idea of "prevention"JjoresP I .

Maybe, plugging up the loopholes the answer. that one out., An achievementor be admonishing you not to gamble some similar situation, and or to of reason (19th). While Ghettos are ts In the envlornment I

But what Congress is brave enough to' do this? acquisition may rate a eel*- Items on anything, Including those come up with aformula that may many of us can rule our Individual and economy* treat them
that as without
are deemed "sure" sores
bration. But If this leads to be fairer to lives, we seldom can
the (nth, 20th). Make the most of everybody concerned getting rid of the causes. One
stage where Indiscretionsare (lath). A of account for the mandates of ghetto sore
PARENTAL CRUELTY committed the sparks may what should be .ple..antweek justice Is being nutured sense and those who possess power and relnfects the area, and other ghettos originate
fly (19th, 20th). The poesl.blllty end by spending it with favorite should be given every opportun; authority. They can cause our other ghetti.

of making one's peace, companions Discouragetalk ity to>> grow and spread on the projects to miscarry, or what One newspaper reader made this
wherever It has been disturbed, within the home that could we expected In the way of profits suggestion:
22nd. 'It The
is not
MUST IE PUNISHEDFor enough to accept solution is :
readily lead to bitter not to raise
should not be passed upon 22nd. the love of those dear to to turn into deficits In- 'irtgs taxes on build-
'420. one. stead. That Is valid reason are improved or assets at nearly
3-70-15-22-S9-746 for people with like Intereststo full value."
the past three'months, there has been an 1-60-13-55-37-626 band together (22nd) '
LEO researchers
unusual number of cases of parental cruelty to TAURUS Th reb have offered this solution;
infants and children. BORN 6-20-14-77-65-468 taxing only 1 land values for communityEven
young Not long ago;'the JULY SCORPIO expenditures such
news media published the death I of an infant lOll APRIL AQUAHl.S th' cities have
fatally Injured by a mother's cruelty., 23RD AUG. 22ll BORN OCT. rer citizens have noTfncult"

In Florida 20tb MAT 20(116th22nd ( BORN JAN. renting houses, new construct| is
recently, a 4-year-old lad, David 24tk NOV. 22iReview < Industries encouraged
Hold to The advice come
Wilcox 'I on cash. close these cities and
was mistreated by who surprisingly -
parents adopted'him : .It's day-to-day. that has been offered heretofore 201! FE) Hlk I in many cities
.. where
and died from the punishment What punishment ; Those who have steady occupa- u regards the handling ; revise With Mercury the only citizens landlords were
? .-inflicted bruises and teeth marks thatledto tions will and should continue of cash and Joint holdings remains starting on a retroll'adejourn.y. We all make mistakes. The taxation entitled I to vote, on land-value
his death. working at them What should in force for the reasons implication is thatIt people who run things Including they voted for it.

David Wilcox bounced between five foster homes not be done Is to change jobs, stated Instead of allowing the may be worthwhile to reexamine many who are lootadd upon It Is our feeling that one, Preventive device
Investment and
fiscal Is the
unless forced to, or to alter family or anyone else around as experts, 'can be as far off gainful employment I oC
before being adopted by the with Insurance policies so as toffee every citizen whe
couple charged
methods that have thus far get you to change your mind in the mark* the least Informedof sincerely wants to ,
his murder. It would seem that David was destined proven their worth. The same this connection make It a pointto ret out weaknesses Some may laymen.. Even leading economists job. A fat work at a deceht-paying
Fate '' them to alter have been rendered useless by have been known to dif weekly wage will enable the
by to this untimely death. And yet may be said of the Idea ofgetting persuade theirs to worker
it was not the works of the hands of Fate rid of one partner In (17th-20thX) It may even be the passage of time, whereas fer In their opinions and counsels get better housing; most poor people don't
new methods have to be
order to take on another which more In their Interest than in may and to have led many who want the worst type of
Sheriff Ross Boyer said the boy'sbody was free applied to bring others in line ouslng. 'They go to
could turn;out to be unfortunate yours for them to do so at rely on their knowledge to lose the ghetto because
... of bruises only in palm ,of the hand and soles of all the way around (17th- this Juncture. Should you know with modern times and concepts their shirts (1?th) Aquarians else. they can't aCCord anything

his feet. Teeth marks'' were found on the back of SOthX) If forced to move to a of, or require additional potent In cases of doubt, be who have Intuition can ask for

the boy's neck. Doctors. said the ,boy died of strange location; It maybe prudent arguments to support your point sure to consult only the most no better guide and should act Z
reliable and
.brain hemorrhage; not to tie yourself up for ,of ..s.w. it should be possibleto expert In accordance with Its dictates FARM TRACTORSARE
so as not to.repeat
'.' long until you have had time to come up with an abundanceof ; any (19thX Many among you with
The boy died for what crime? His foster costly- mistakes of the past
find out exactly what It Is like. convincing ones on the 22nd. allies who share the same viewpoints
: parents, 51 and 45 years of respectively' said; ; It Is a time for all allies to (17th 18th). .Alone, It may be should make teamworkthe

"He wet the bed during the night": This may 7-40-11-68-28-717: close, '.ranks and collaborate. possible/ to achl'yean objective rule rather than the exception STILL UNSAFE i

not have been the truth that! the bed. regardless of opposition
,, he wet 8.30-17. 8.zg-870 2-70-17-33-49-877 How i
1(1111'ill. Internal or external many of you'have noticed' J
And if who tractors trimming
,: so, cares? Most'very child has A retrograde M.rcul7ldT1sea the !
edges of
wet the bed at an age when I he should not have MAT TIM JAtlTTAIIIJ making no changes that are not cultivation highways, ploughing the fields for' 'I I

done so. The bed-wetting': ,not deserve forced by circumstances ? and pulling trailers? Thousands, we .

mistreatment and then death. .21st' JIM 21st aNI.'RN.23rd URN MY.23r 5-90-14-11-54-322 are sure-ualmosf everyday, !tf,'you
: The foster parents were charged with murder SEPT. IEC than. fifty miles. t
22il : < 21st PISCES AS we cruise
'( and jailed withoufbond. for::the, murder of a 18tb-22ndt Standltketheoak. tractors 'along the ysnss 11oted, 1

j child they had had custody of for just four,months. Gemlntans often sway one way 16th-22nd How sure Is IBM FEB.IStl weaving around, steep
? It that the road )
happens greatest should
:. For this dastardly act, we'recommend and then the other While this 14th-22ndr..Play It softly. 2011"14th22nd we could see :death hazards And
may provide amusement during oversight may be of something Whether you are selling a new MAI. ; there have 'been 'f
::. punishment. moments of tranquility It can that is under.your nose. Idea, religion or principle, the cue mishaps. James many deaths from tractor .
'create havoc during times of While checking to verify that,I task is not going to be an easy > ,Take your ;:' which Williams compiled 'a study,
stress and strain. Refuse to' everything Is safe, secure and one' There may be a total Anyone who has seen the light Indicated the origins of dangers and fa-

This Week !II, N.Irl.' Hlit.ry faU for any, offer, flattery or In perfect order, you, could I lack of Interest la high placesor during the preceding quarter talitles the ease with 'which they overturn ::j
easily over the' real will lose no time adopting a cans-
proposition that could not stud pass or on the part of the public. .Ing:60: per cent of the 'accidents :1
: ; potentlal'mlaehlefmaker(17th Is shown it is not constructive program to whichit by tractors.
the light of day (17th 20th). some The research
While the effects of mistakes ). While.feeling .quite: likely to be of the kind that maybe will be possible to adhere revealed that accidents ''are ,j
:i Sept. 14, 18& Bert Williams teacher entertainer Eddie may not be felt immediately, satisfied with yourself It Itpossible considered favorable to you without deviation. In Instances: unavoidable on account of Inadequate safety feut'
the overt has not been j
where act
'. Cantor began a successful Broadway career their long-range possibilities to make serious mistake or to your cause. While this tures as'well as training in the use of these'
there to be :
Sept. 14, 1912:. Billy Daniels ("Taat Old Black Mafic") .!qerdaDcer could be more agonising than the by placing too much trust mood lsprevalllnrwhichilwell committed for appear accord ,top heavy mechanical horses, '
possibilities u or
in the wrong person, or making' It will ,
for a lengthy period In
neck.Gemlnlans .
was bora. proverbial pda la the may Europe for
settlement of outstanding issues example .
bad financial deal tractors ef '
a (1900. The have
Sept ii lIS9 Jackie Robinson the first to who are highly sensitised be wiser to hold your peac.and fectlve :
: signed 1 I the (17th-20thX ,The propitious daywhen safety features, that
will know Inside thai they consequences, on unexpected concentrate strictly on privateaffairs is, the addition of ,
to pity in the major leacnes. entered Walter- themselves. side,'could catch you 07th)... advisability: job or health problemsmay the protective cabs or "roll bars" '..
sits of. California, Lot Angeles,aa a freshman hastily for preparing the storms of adversity off balance on 20th. By getting: of welting for the future to open be solved through the good over the driver And yet frames! 1
an early start it be self- offices of aa ndvlser or practitioner peratlve Inthiscountry im-
may possible better opportunities for
the safety
: that could blow la features are .t t
r Sept. IS; 196S: Toe Rev. WJ.Taylor.organlMr-pastor sent quarter Cued). The fact to recoup previous losses expression stressed on 19th. may be 19th. The last Imaglneh .this optional, and you can
Keoorlal Cnmrck of God ii Christ or.chalk op considerable quarter could be the critical will cause an
Lot Angela that things now are quiet perhaps -;I gains' Make greater efforts to keep,, and to react. economy farmer
when mistakes, past
V died. en 22nd. There no longer Is friends and associates oD your one
too quiet furnish the
Sept, II. 148:. Slavery abolished Ii'PreacU"a s 8. sloes. signs. ; time to tarry since troublous side (22nd)., present. maybe broughttollght. To us eehigh no two .answ rs to
16.188 TIle late Claude A. situations again are building and those responsible compelled lem.of mishaps
Sept :, 1Inttt.loader-director. incidence
: ". -. 'Associated Negro Press, lion td ftafortfte. up to furnish an accounting. and casualties tractor
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, SEPTEMBER 1 11,16! STIR mmI POSE Sit

II I Shrine Convention Told Black Man Is Short In Technical Knowledge( And Skills I

I Fashions' At jWEDD NG'BELlS A Hew Star Is Born -

J 4, A Glance Dr. John Henry Hester Says

-imui Moral Decay Is Chief EnemyBALTIMORE
J, In Ms Fall collection, Yves r ;
;: St. Laurent! retains those very '
: '" ; (NPI) -- Moral decay Is America's chief
slim silhouettes that
are galn-
Inc in popularity with th.lasb- James Willie Smith, m, 5684 enemy, according to Dr. John Henry Hester, Imperial Potentate :
and Laurietta
Ion Benedict Rd., II of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles of the I
pace setters. ,
Some designers are endorsIng Arnett Green, 412. Leonard Mystic Shrine of North and South America and Its Jurisdiction,
a moderate skirt width In Clr. E., 19. Inc., told Prince Hall Shrlners recently in his annual messageat I

f bias cuts, controlled pleats or Louis Chas Davis, 6807 their 76th.convention in Baltimore.
starvation is rampant
flares. Rhode island Dr. W., 50 and throughout the world said the "His brief historic file says tous
Straight and with some ease Eureka Blue 6807 Rhode Island .
leader. today that freedom is not free
la the skirts while the coats I
W., 42. t Dr. Hester reminded his but represents a commodity
slender with
are primarily -
which requires sacrifice, fight
hearers when referring to the
red collars, are Marc Bobar'l.Dijr Esau Benton, 1247 W. 5th St., r rA1 Black man, that the Negro and a willingness to use each ,
suits have extra long 22 and Shirley Ann Elizabeth for its
stands new day attainment.
in need of competenceIn
jackets and abbreviated skirts Clover 4801 Moncrlef Rd. 18. '.
technology. He said thereIs Douglass have us disseminate -
ending slightly above the knees. '
truth the
Although hemlines have the Eddie C. Davis, 2024 Brook- tNnnd, "t { .11 w+ "Our no own black young or white people science," said people, to the end among that real
reputation of descending In the 26 and Janls Carlotta
lyn Rd., democracy In America would
the speaker, "should strive to
colder weather collections, the 5738 Benedict Rd. 20. .
Harris, displace hypocrlsYbate.bam.and
established length appears to be acquire the kind of knowledgeand .
Just above the knees In most of Roland James Bell 716 West skills that will make them racism. said
useful to the society In.which In conclusion, Dr.Davis ,
the collections.Maxi .
Church St., 25 and Dorothy Lee they live." "Douglass declared that as protest -
length coats are,makIngthescenehowever par.- Jordan, 1331 Madison St., 23. The speaker felt that we need in his day, the Negro had
adopted a simple lawful and
tlcularly when worn with the Jerome Banks 4828 more Black employers, more
Andrew Black Businesses He inferred peaceful measure, and he op-
perennial favorite, pants. Moncrlef Rd., 18 and Gloria posed emigration as the quite
that the actions of the president -
There are two styles In the Dean Pitt man, 1923 W. 44th withdrawal ofhlsvaluablebonesand
new long coats the double- may preclude the hope.of
St., 17.Horace. muscles from condition of
breasted too much for the Negro.
officer bathrobe tie.
Both can be worn with pants, Lee Holmes 809 Jefferson Dr. John W. Davis, retired things longer tolerable.which he "considered no

and with mini skirts or with long St., 18 and Gloria Jean r university president, now director -
of the NAACP Teacher
skirts beneath. Edwards, 809 Jefferson St., 17.
Color Is making It big In Information and Security, )''SAVE THE CAN
credited the late Frederick
Britain, Italy and In the States. Randell Glenn Harrell, 3016
Douglass with being one of the AND KEEP
Flowers In large are
sprays Spires St., 19 and Annie Le-
dominant, with colors both vivid fathers and advocates of full nr AMERICABEAUTIFUL
2146 12th
nette W.
and The bold.USD's are being revivedIn St., 18.Wiggs, :_ I q of rights life and for qualities Blacks In in America.all facets jw1 .

The eminent educator said,
some of London
showings, Lorenzo Thomas, 929 W.
with the use of georgette with Beaver' St., 24 and Barbara Fl At ,
Lila and violet, shades popular Jean Eady 721 Orange St., 19.
ized In that era. ri- WHEN YOU ARE ILL

Theafter-flvedressee are Marvin Dixon Regan, Sr.,128 I.
featuring silver and gold bro- '
E. Forsyth St., 51 and Charlotte -
cade, pearl, crystal and beaded Rucht Santos, 1340Rlbault George Spell, the smiling youngster In the picture above, director of talent for Screen Gems, prepares to si gn him You Seek The Best Doctor

quins.Winter colored. embroideries, and se- Scenic Drive, 39. Is the new star with Columbia Pictures who, at 11, Is 'a to a seven-year contract with Columbia Pictures Indus Wen Your Doctor Prescribesget +

show-business veteran. Mr.. and Mrs Leonard Spell, his tries. Experienced ,Pharmacists
unite and black
are Jaccobie Bottle McKnight, fond parents watch Miss To Fill Prescriptions
as Renee Valente, Executive, accord
holding their own, In spite of ,
1810 West 24th and L. W. Wiggins ing To Your '
the outfits in bright red, shockIng Doctor's Orders
2130 Fairfax.
pink and yellow. Daytonan Enters Medic We Use Only. :The?Best Quality 4'rtDrugs. i I

Black Actress j ,
Or, c, eJ; 8lackProprietor
tit' Little Girls School To Be Physician

STAY BEAUTIFUL: Have you A well known Daytona Beach discarded any idea of becominga
put on a little too much weight Discusses Female Pharmacist will enter Meharry physician Mark said, "The
around the waistline? Try this Wear ,Medical School to begin studiesto idea never really left my mind. 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You \,
little quickie Lie on the floor become a physician of Internal As I would service doctors h
on your back with your legs Mimic ClothAnd medicine this week. prescriptions I was finally con- -A COMPLETE LINE OFCosmeticsRubber1 ,
straight and your arms resting And Male Images Mark Ivey joined Biggins and vinced that I was on" the wrong '
side of the counter.
on the floor out at your sides. Meeks Drugs nine years ago + Goods Candies ,
Bend the right knee up to the that means the layered *** after completing his college The 30-year-old father of SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS
three Is under the limit
abdomen. knee bent look the dress age
Keep as Victorian the Internship there.
you attempt to touch It to the put-togethers, and vests and Famous Star Sees Black Male's Ivey was graduated fromOcala' for entering medical school. CALLED FOr AND ; I
With assistance from Dr.Rich-
floor on the left side of your pants. That means corduroy and Howard High School and
body. Return leg to place. Then challis-type prints and plaids entered Bethune-Cookman Col- ard V. Moore, president,, of > ,DELIVERED-

bend your left knee and try and flannels. Downfall In Maze Of Acting lege to prepare for a medical Bethune-Cookman College, his I
touching It to the floor on the And because it's by far the career. After two years at studies will be financed by The ,
right side. Do this six to 12 best way to dress for less, the :" B-CC he entered Florida All M Wlnn Dixie Foundation. His wife
times dally.Bethune. mothers among the 44,000,000 J.l. School of Pharmacy. Upon Evelyn, a local elementary Lilly's Drug' Store .
teacher is of
VW a graduate
women who sew In this country J t graduation he was married and j
Cookman are running up fashions like .. 'M J' Bethune-Cookman.
these for tots to teens on their t' : J r rr .' ;" ,

: sewing machines and earning .. ,
..z..1IJtl. I' 'i" I "n I ,f..Jr.I., ; '1( (" I
best-dressed grades for their 11 'ifs i'.tt ............
: Adds New..Members ', ',I n"no' f ld'\ Irr9eirkatnl4'e-" ," 'I, i 11I./ rgr'mrom: tL "
I ) ? schoolgirls.. t. .- 'ttf' tpcbr, ." '.
\' "- t" ti4n''Y! "" "f" "r'I'! J
An administrator, two staff Singer experts, aware of the r, ', : #: ,t : ;/ .. .,
ever growing-vogue for cork- _
personnel and eight new In- ,. .
uroy for all ages, remind the ,
structors joined the Bethune-
woman who sews that corduroy ;
Cookman College family this _
a "one-way" fabric They ;
week. advise that unless all pattern i

:duties Clarence as Director Childs assumed of Student pieces are laid on the fabric :.I. ;{ ;t ....
facing the same direction that .
r .
15. Mr. ,
Personnel August .
the results can make the colors tlro
Chllds, a native of Lakeland! look different on pieces where *, .

Florida Masters received degrees from the B.S.Florida and nap runs In an opposite directionto .;
an adjacent piece. 2J:
A4M. University. Beat
When using heavy-ribbed \ 4r 4
corduroy the most
Beak Richards, one of the most highly acclaimed actressesin
among the new types, Singer
America Is also of Hollywood's most outspoken thee
OLD CRABS experts say that the fabric one
,. plans. Recently at Universal Studios for a role as actor Don :
Kiru i'rah link th ,\tomi' A. should be cut like a stripe.
with lh<. jinmival u<.rlrl Thy ,When the pattern pieces are Mitchell's aunt In a segment of the "Ironside" series titled /
,an umoiu tin oMI !! placed on the labrlc,care shouldbe "Alias Mr Braithwaite,' the charming and talented actress'had the
in th. ..ii, tin inn >>it taken to be sure the notches some caustic, yet revealing comments on the Black female -

11 hau their! 1 Ixfum enrly..nd' K-iln. "' .h".II..r.\\ the that same will be rib.joined will fall on screens.and male images. being protrayed on movie and TV j

"When It comes to the film

portrayal or. womanhood '
gins Miss Richards, "one heaitai

Smooth must first of womanhood consider the in position the- 'ji'jiy ::1:1I.

country; the basic concept of y
womanhood The white woman

largely a fiction; an absolute I.
concept. The Black woman

prediction knows she's buraanbe-
log and the fact of her being

female has had very little to
do with all of the qual hlcat-' p

Ions the white man has setup .1
Lrv for womanhood all of !

those qualifications went to

i F Pieces when it came to us ': ,
"When It comes to screenpor. :

trayals, the man says to do It ,t 4kt -* : j
4? tl"llbblawt his way, which Is to say, In ef ,

feet, not only that we aren't wo t L

men, but that we aren't human n
And that', what's wrong with I ;,
the screen Images of womanho i ,
d. Those fictions we see on .; n ra' tI. t\\
TV with the blinking eyes and - : x i iI
that whole bit are lies Vicious' I- 4 f.!
i ,
+" and terrlfylnglles."Theseare e i
+ l
sow ap the lies that make three out of r s tt'

every five males In Hollywood I'' r -; It

females. So unless a Blackwoman ,j '
can turn herself into this c j '4

kind of fiction with a great / 1I

deal of conviction, she simply 1 I
has to accept the fact that i

the whites in control cannot J n'F f i "

explore what her being is.She "r' 1 1Ir
has to conform to what his lsa

standards of womanhood are

"One the other band, we know r4

fiction himself. Not deepdown ,I
Inside l himself. After all,after l", 'j
the coUDtle..ch11drenhe'.bad /. I: ,
'" .
!'> q I,1 with Black women,he knows about ?. ':

"' genuine W'omaness.Sotht \ ;:
whole screen image becomes a
kind of weird exploration IDbJPOCrJc :! j
sa ,." When It cones to :
the Black actor has fallen Into : I
T t hypocrlcy.' When It comes to ;:

the Blackactor.MlssRichardsnets '! : .I. > fi

that his situation is little 'b"4 ,,P cj.M ,'
TttlYllOff-leaves breathless better, if at all. "It seem tome n
you ,
that the Black actor has "<* ",I t...w i* .
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.fallen Into a terrible and terrifying I ,, ,I" T
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I.. St.Peters 'A.M.E. Observes Women's Day September 14 With Gala Program

1.1 Musical Will Feature Young Christian Club Will Ephesus Helps the Helpless

People On Sunday AfterneeR Celebrate AnniversaiSi. if CIURCH IEWS

The IS Christian Club will .

I Peter AJttJE, Church, 30th and LM, wlU celebrate celebrate Its fourth anniversary
another milestone in Ht history when Women' Day Ia lib- September 15 at Fourteenth NEW REDEEM BAPTIST
: Bishop .... lit II Detc.
served Sunday, Sept. 14. and Grunthal. An appreciation program wan be .
The service will begin with quelyn BrtreulSt.Paul AME Baker Is pastor. September C. Lambrt&td oaday, night at 5 p. It e. cMtch, ThIs
the Sunday School at 9:30, with will serve u the guest soloist. 18 Elder Gelsey win be pre win be sponsored by District NO. I. TIle BAae/ay iehoel
Mr*. Louise L.Wright In charge Mother Minnie Rammett of the sent. Mrs. Marion Wright will begins at 9:3o: with the superintendent. Deaeee Gwrgee Ward,
u acting superintendent for the True Bind Church of Cod Mrs. sing. reviewed by tie IIeItIIC pastor
dayi Mrs. Mary Alice Benton Doretha Jones, Mrs JuanitaOdom On September 16 Bishop lr. v" sTsErOTSt1--
will be /guest reviewer. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Tlbbs Evelyn Baglln will speak representing -
j Flossie Rawls will Instruct the Johnson, u well u Evangelist Day Spring Holiness SJJVT3*. I WIn serve '" 's; day, with '
I Juniors, Miss Betty Ann Williams Small, will take part. Church. On September IT Rev. Kn 3fc7 In rsS5S.BSBs:
the primaries and Mrs. At 3:30 p.m. the YOU people C. E. Smith and prayer band sb1p. p.m
Ermi Jean Odom the adult. will participate Mrs. Louise will be present. On"Sept. 18 mODI for the day. P..V.J meeting wffl teTneeday nighttspastor.
Miss Diane Addison will serve Wright will preside. There Evangelist Baker will be present and win be followed by Bible stvdY. .... Eel.NCII'mu
u secretary. will also be a Back to School Mother Nelson and Our The church 1. located at 1914 bast 86f1.
The Flortdale Prayer Band fashion show. Reports will be Prayer Band will be present. ill V r n .
will open the morning worship, mile Closing remarks will Evangelist Alvares Mack will J SWEETFIELD BAPTIST
with Mrs. Clara Brinkley In be made by the pastor be leader. !r Services Sunday begin With the Sanday Rebel ':30 with

charge Mrs. Louise L.WrightIs Mrs. Louts McClous will be On Sunday night, Sept. 21, it Members of the Dorms Society of Jphesos Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Jacksonville, Deacon R. M annon to charge. The nMntag service begins
chairman. Mrs. Ida Sim church clerk. Choir No.1 of the 8 p.m. the mistress of ceremonies packed more than 29 boxes of clothing and shoes to be shipped to refugees who were hit at 11 Deacon Luke Stephens and Deace.Lam Williams

mons-Cushion' Is co-chairman. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Missionary L. Daniel. by bur Icane Camllle in the Mississippi area Reading from left to right they are:1)run will be In charge ot devotion ZSSiSftK
Mrs. Cornelia C. Wallace Is will In the morning. A Rev. J.
serve The serving choir will come Adult Choir will serve.
Copper Denes Cook Fisher Edna
Maude Lucille
acting pastor for the day and guest usher board will serve, from the Church of the Living Catherjn Uclntyre, Holmes, Sue Gil Hard liver the message. The evening service begin ** 8:30 with
will preside In the morning Mrs S. Mathis president. Mrs. Cod Mrs. Ella William will Scott, Rebecca Thompson, President; R.B. Hairstou, Pastor; Catherine Deacon John wuiam. and DM Nellie '**? is charge
serve. argaret Shaw will also appear. Ing. Other appearing will be Halrston Ethel Jones, Secretary; Annie McCauley, Aldenia Joyner, Grace M. Bateman, of devotions. Choir No. 4 and the YewgAftdt Chelr will
Mrs.Sarah Rice of Mt.Bethel th.OoldenHarmonettsandMls.alonary Evelyn Washington, Assistant Secretary,Helen Wells, and Thomas Thompson serve, Rev. Oliver will speak, Tuesday night, at the prayer
Baptist will speak in the morn- Grant Stewardess Roberson. meetlne. Choir No. 2 will rehears en WeMay. night at
Ing and will be Introduced by The Excelsior GospelSlngers 1 wnT Bible study Is featured w*tt the pe>tor 1*i charge
Mrs. Janle Johnson. Mrs.Jac- will appear. Others listed are Mt. St. Paul Usher On Thursday night Choir No. 1 7 .... Oa'ahII'da
Board Announces Mrs. Sims} Mrs. Law, Mr*. Ararat Baptist evening Choir No. 4 rehearse at ..m. The. Yang Choir

Band Of Truth the Belvy Living Fedd, the Evangelist Church of Board Holds rehearses also.COLCSSIANS .

AnniversaryStewardess Leader will be in charge BAPTIST

Temples Celebrate Announces AnnualHomecoming Monthly Meeting Sunday School begin at 9:30 with the ......dent U
Board No. 4 of Masons Of World charge, assisted by teachers. The morning worship begins
Grant Memorial A. M. E. Usher Board No. 2 'of St. at 11 a.m. The evening worship begin st 9 pm The
The second anniversary observance Church will celebrate its Paul A.MJ. Church will hold pastor Rev. R. J. Crawford, will deliver the ....... Choir
of Princess Naoni and third anniversary Septem List Two New the monthly meeting Sunday, No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1 win serve coring the day.
the Band of Truth Temple will ber 14, at 3:30 p.m In the Day September 14, In the basement Choir No. 1, Choir No. 2 and Usher Beard, 1 win celebrate -
begin Monday night, September church. Rev F.D. Richardson Area of the church at 4:30 p.m. All their anniversaries September 17. Urayer meeting
IS, and end Sunday evening Lodges .
Jr. will speak. All boards members are urged to be present will begin Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
September 21. The public Is Invited. -
f and clubs, friends andanxill-' * McKinley Chamber Is
i Participants will Include arles are invited to share the The t.loden..ree and Accepted president Rev. A. C. Chandler : FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST

Monday Elder I Mose Davis TheChurch program ICr*. Esther M, Mason of the World have Rev. W. E. Sins Of Miami la pastor.
:I two lodges In the city of Jack- Members of the Board No. 2 Sunday School begins at ':45. Mr*. Lawtor. tmtlh, miperln.
of Christ Written In Milton Is president. Rev A
sonville. Both are chartered. are asked by the president to will ThelllOl'llbtl.entce"'"e>w at 11.30:
t i Heaven Youth choir; Tuesday, J. Reddles. II pastor. Bold City Lodge No. 9 meetson Scheduled For Address meet at Zion Lake Baptist tendent with Deacon Joseph McPherson and nasal> Chalet '. >tmlth
Rev. H.L. Herod and
Mt. Mortal congregation Thursday, September 18, at Church Monday night at 8 p.m., in charge of devotions. District No. l wiR ...< *.. Deacon .
; Wednesday, Mother Baptist Annie B.! Named ToHigh the Temple, 1040 Broad. All at which time the anniversaryof McPherson and Deacon Smith are leader Prayer meetIng .
: ,
Williams, Heavenly Angels members should be present. Reverend Dallas J. Graham and the Mt. 'Ararat Baptist the choir will be celebrated is Tuesday night Rev. H.Roblnsea Is pasesr.Grin .
I Prayer Band, Traveling Star Post Rev Alex Carvln Is Worthy Church family will observe their annual Homecoming Day

i Gospel singers.Thursday Master Sunday, September 28. Matthew Price Eiterfiimeif
Sta- Harrison F. DeShlelds, Key Lodge No. 8 of Jacksonville This 1* the day on which
; Evangelist B. Committee Members
Registrar and Director of Admissions will meet at 800 Ashley area Memorial JIJ. ChrcWOlle.'s
who !
ten and Pentecostal Church of any person ha* been a Deacon James Bryant and C.
Nelson, Twelfth Hour Prayer Bethune-Cookman Street, William Eugene M. member of Mt. Ararat 1* Invited Lenwood Lee, Program's Dea- Hues Aid Cries
j College named to the Editorial Galnous vm Worthy Master.
: Band No. 2, Madame Clara to spend a day at home,in con C. BliP and Alfred Hall

::1 Brinkley, Floradale Community College Board Fund of Admissions United Negro and 8J Roosevelt>.; R. F.James Dorsey, Jr.8J8., Is and S. church.member Customarily of the past plus Harold Jones, Corlne Williams BASE'S CONCERT Day CeMtttftes

:II Prayer Band Sunday, Ethel Financial Aid Newsletter Hazel Alexander P.D.G.M. congregationcome E. Walker, F. M. Mick-
3 Davenport Bannister, Madam from allpart.otth.countrr ens, the Finance. LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. -'.
Wrtltlt. Twelfth Hour Prayer to celebrate here In Jax. Junalta Brown Jessie Russ CNPI
) The
beat and
1 J Band No. I, Evangelist McCall, The morning service will feature Ruth Deal and Luella Adam rhythms that have made pulsating Grant Memorial A.M.E. Church, MT Clay, Dr. A. Joseph
t St. Thomas Choral Ensemble, Religion And Race the preaching of Rev. W. head the Sponsor's. L, Spearsand the Count Basle's Internationally Reddlck pastor will hold its annual wcmeif 'ejr observance
I Rev. Charles Kemp and Kemp E. Sims, pastor of Miami's New Joie Adams and Deacon famous reverbe- Sunday, October 26, with Mrs. Annie M. stitohsh M general
I Singers, Band of Truth Choir, Hope Baptist Church Cochairman George Henry Courtesy rated throughout St. John Ter- chairman and Mrs. Esther; M. Milton us ce-eh*mM.
for Homecoming Day An elaborate list of committees ha bee prepared, which
Mrs Mary Nealey and Miss Mary Goodman will be one of rell's Music Circus last week
are Deacon George Baker and committees will operate in area ef church activity
Camilla Jackson. BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL the featured soloists when the Count and his men every

appeared Committees are as follows: Program,Mr.Leeiew Kennedy,
concert. The con- chairman, Mrs. Callie Cone co-chairman .... *: Lottie
Mt. Moriah Tot WOUTH SOMETHING Resting Alter The Pace cert audience drew a large, responsive Rose, Dorothy Wilson, Alvenlce McQueen, Geneva Mangrum,
Susan Corker, Kathleen McKenzie, Arestha JMimea, Thelma
FAYETTEVILLE Ark.-(NH A of South Central
Contest Comes To group Argrett, Luella McBride Eunice Richardson, AIM W.Brown,
United Methodist Jurisdiction social concern, health and welfare H H RAVINIA SMASH PrUclfta Wilson, Doreeh Richardson, France T1MM Johnsen,,
leaders were told last week "If the Black movement
Il,I An End SundayThe power fin" AI CHICAGO -*' NPI) .. Lonne.! i qiaraReddlck and Arcada Floyd. ,
accomplishes nothing else, it has dispelled the notion among ,I + Elder Souvenirs Sarah StebUns chalrmaiuSavIl.1tbchoirman
white people that Black people are sstlsfled with their second 'ro Ensemble, coordinator for theNeg- emeritus, Lottie M. Rose, co-chairman Members Brllla
"Tots on Parade" contest class citizenship." Making the statement was the Rev. Wocdle directors and company's (N.YJ Stephens, Johnnie MaeMcCoy, Blytte Mcbrtyrw, Geraldlne 0.
playwrights unit
: sponsored by Choir No. 1 W. White, executive secretary, Commission on Religion and ha Glenn, Mildred Green, Poola Hopkins, Vivien men, Alma
I I duplicated his smash
of Mt. Moriah A. M. Church Race, United IrIetbodlltchurcb,no ] pcnrerItteI of "Ceremonies presentation In Wiggins, Louise Johnson, Elizabeth Healer,Noscye Mae Brown,

will terminate Sunday 14 In afternoon the- to give a Black amn dignity and l balp him to.see himself u a Dark Old Men," at the Ra- Alkanla Argrett, Gladys Sumpter, OeeygU Henry, Cleo Red
church, September auditorium, at, 3:30pm. child of God through his blackness" Ylnla'i Murray Theatre, In suburban diet, Marie B. Mitchell, Daisy Curry Fraae** J. Mere. ,
Anna Esther Denson
Byrd, and Hattte Lester
Highland Park. The
A program has been planned Publicity Vivienne Hicks, chairman; M.e*.ra Ruth Delgardo .
by Choir No. 3 Mrs.Odessa DREAM COME TRUE play, an Elder original, inter- ;
Lane and Mrs.bro: .Jackson. CHICAGO- NPQ--A) 40-year-old dream of Bishop Louis H. rupted Its New York run to IsabeUe Beatrice Weston, Freddie Mae JMSMW pwntn Matthews -
Gay, Ruth Gaylor Wanda Anrstt Earnes-
Babies vlelng for the top Ford, pastor Greater St. Paul Church of God la Christ, was launch the two-play season at' tine Poole ,
$ Ravlnla Georgia Stflph, Minnie Perry SB* ....a Hemby.
r11 this It

honor are: Thomas Finder, realized last week when special dedication services were conducted through Aug. 31.summer. ran Ushers Annie Marshall chairman, GertmS leery, ee-
Christopher Eugene Alexander, in the newly remodeled and expanded church building. chairman; Member: Altemese CardsW, Pee Miet Frederick,
Lucretla Rlgglns and the Wally The bishop, who now heads the First Diocese of Illinois, encompassing DIANA ROSS' FILM Alesase Taylor, Georgia Ellison, MecAella Golden, Celestlne
Twin Sonya and Tonya. more than 870 churches, of the International body L Jacobs, Willie Mae Shlpp, George Etta Rich, Aae Daniels,
Appearing on the program of the Church of God In Christ, Inc., dreamed more than 40 NEW YORK -. (NPI"Slnger Maggie Kellon, Annie Mae Dawson and Steers "1Af.
with the choir In
youth charge
are: Mrs. Alberta Reid, Donita years ago, while a boy oreaeher lithe cotton fields of Mississippi A baby contest was sponsored by Charmette, Inc., of Jacksonville Diana Ross Is currently being Finance: Luclle aloes chairman easrtinrll, ce- hair-
Fossett. Cynthia Valentine, that one day, he would pastor a church that will be one of recently. The first prise winner was Javon Calvin filmed on location for "The man Members;Clytte McIntyre,laiai..dl,jsssau W.****.,
the nation's historical landmarks.The church Is situated next Landlord," an upandcomingmovie Brllla T. Stephens, Zelma Johns**, Mary Asia BMrley,
Gwendolyn Fossett Mae
,Ronnye Shannon Jr., son of Mr. Mrs J. C. Shannon. Little Ernestine Stephens and Inca Asque.
Flultt, Franzell DURer Berna. door to and owns the Widow Clarke's house Chicago's oldest In which she portraysthe
Michele Arnetta
Oliver second
right was prize winner role aPhlladelphlabeauty Decorations: Mildred Greene, chairmen, J3ssi: miltf, co-
dlna Jennings.. Mrs., Fathers Essie and M.con. residence. Michele is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Oliver. queen. It Is Miss Ross' latest chairman Members; Gertrude Hatcher, Mmes emeritus:

Is president. All are Invited.Dye mall CITY AID Third prize went to Edwin Albert Love, Jr., son of Mr. movie venture. On stage, Miss Members Janle Cannot, Ullle Aflen Gush Leckett, Clee
and Mrs E. A. Love. Mrs Anita V. Allen is club president Ross Is leader of the Supremes Hopkins, Yvonne Wllkerson, Sophie Wtte, Altamiee Broeks,
HolseY' CME Plans NEW YORK-(NPI-The mterreligioas Foundation for Community Mrs Elisabeth Miranda Is reporter. singing group Doris Smith, Alice Scott, Evelyn Oven, KeH *.*., Ethel
Organization (aCO) has Just distributed three grants Hopkins, Daisy Curry, Tbelma Argreft art MMa Argrett
totaling $21,000 to help community organisation projects in ( HONORED Music: Eunice Richardson, chalrnMf, LMSBS ....... cochairman .
Annual Mens Day various parts of the country The cOJU ttee for a Unified Newark Oklahoma Young Journalists : Members; Arseda Floyd, Mitmn ****., WWe

headad by play-wrlght-author Lerol Jones, received $21, WASHINGTON -- (NPI) M. Hart, Daisy King, Priscllla Wile*, Burma OUHur, YvemeWllkerson
Men's Day will be celebratedat 500 to assist its voter education and registration program; Sanitation Workers Barry Gordy, Jr.. president of Alvenlce McQueen, Beat**** Gen.Marie Smith and
Holsey C.M.E. Church on POWER (People Organized With Economic Resources), be. Study In WashingforWASHINGTONtTwenty I the Motown Record corporation, Bobble CantweU.
a Sunday, September 23. Randal Steering: Ernestine Poole, chairmen PMMe ee-
Beaumont Tex was honored for his successful Burteiy
: Gordon Is chairman. Other economic, $10,000 for its community action Get Demands more pioneering In the record Industry chairman: Members; Pearl RIley, UewataeMk g. Belnes,
services will be u usual, with development, youth leadership tralnlngzatlon, Washington I young Journalists or students when the National Association Zelma Johnson, Arcada Floyd Jean sveMa, ...>ue Matoelm,
Sunday School beginning at 9:30 d studying journalism will receive of Television and Agnes W. Brown, Areatha Johnson, Clara iSlt> and Alkanla
The Baby contest will terminateat Ington, D.C. $1,000 to defray costs of operating a technical award of $2,000 for 16 Radio Announcers presentedhim Law.
11 a.m. Stacy Pollard and center to deal with minority person's housing problems. OKLAHOMA CITY. Sanitation -, week of work In Washington with It first Martin Luther Sunday School: Kathyleen McKenato, dMBnsM, Tfcelma' Ar
Ricky are contestants. Rev. workers In this city,with and for training, according to King, Jr.. Leadership award atan greet, co-chalrmanMembersThelmaArcre) d.pbg
D. A. Melvin will preach.Stew DOING IT ANYWAY the support of the NAACP Youth the ,Washington Journalism award dinner highlighting E. M. Richardson Verdle Bradley, Elk Jehneen, Ectelle

ardess Board No. 2 will meetSept.mber SEATT1 - of these awards
were reserved .
18wlthMrs.Dorothy Church (Disciples of Christ) repudiated\ the manifesto demand 2,000 Black broadcasters, officials -
have been
Pollard. Mrs Eva Mae Gilbert made by James Formaa last May, It is nonetheless being asked of their, demands granted but still most facea for Blacks. All will of the record Industry, Social: Gladys W. Sumpter chairmen, Uss* '* ee-
Is secretary to double its attend seminars with Congress, and entertainers attended the chalrman; Members Elizabeth RanH, Lois I****. Alma
current $2 million
urban emergency fuD4.J stubborn refusal on the part
Cabinet officials and
leading StrteBW
dinner. Wiggins,Sophie White, Sophie Mitch**,'Cirsxaies )
of Robert Oldland
City Manager D.C. reporters. Willie demons, Kitty Bently, Carolyn WUlkneM, Geneva Rail'

68 RAMBLER 770 .............................. $1995 Masonic Family to The reinstate city grwited all striker the five-day, EIGHT AT ONCETORONTOCNPI ley, Alberta Preston, Elizabeth Detase, USftea BfcMllltt ,
.. ; Poole and Willie Cl.mou.SHIJMP .
:J '. AUIGMAtIC.tACKWWAIWANTT HANSVIUION. HIM. 'PQWII HtlllNO. AID CONDItlON advisor to the Oklahoma CIt) The Neglected "R" ..tHistory's ).-Canadian Ernestine
Plans NAACP Youth Council
GreetingTop ,was succeeded
greatest mo television Is going all out to-
66 CORVETTE H-TOP $2995 U spokesman for the
..... ment-the moon landlng-brll- attract Black actors to the medium '
ai .cioi'4 jrcso w AI o'unto AND it}tin MI A. strikers by Melvin Porter, an llantly reaffirmed American It recently concluded a

O'I CHEVY II NOVA. ................?....................? $1795 LeadersThe attorney and former NAACP educational techniques. The series of taped audition for
;! MH ALTOWATK..'O'lrUnUIN6..CIOPr*'MANI branch president, who heads the
road from the basic three R'. eight Black actor,whose pilots
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AUTOMATIC.UK,ONE Of OU liST.UYi.HU_llf. been Invited to meet at the I Finah Mod.Small ....

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I I;r: Clevelanders Overcome Race Handicaps With Aid And Increase Business" I

NAACP Starts InvestigationOn Gill Entertains Professionals Successful Owner Believes

I : Contacts Are Guides To Top

Race Turtles IR CampsNEW T

Y01lK.-Followng: on- Cleveland .- Building a successful business Is never
the-scene the fracas easy. But, If you are black and have little or no capital the
Investigation of
rac Generally the complaints reflected 1. rA Richard-
lal disturbances task can be almost Insurmountable, according to Wilbur
at the Marine
Co ..' basic gripes! common son, A-One Tire Company, 2737 East 55th Street Cleveland,
Camp Lejeune and the to Illl.nlcemeDKr, Williams Y A0. ) Ohio
Army's Fort Bragg both in
reported. However "there Is
Norm Carolina,Jululi Williams deep-rooted feelings, that undue :"At one time, I needed $5,000 passenger tires, although! oar
In charge of veterans and ser discipline has been exacted ofNep'oes. equity to borrow $1,000," he three service trucks can handle
vicemen's affairs for the NatIonal explained 'The problem Is nearly anything, except off-ihe-
.Nevertheless they believe "
road service
Association: for the Advancement that not over yet, but It's much
opportunities 10-full-
Richardson employs
better. The Federal
Colored People, the service are better than incivilian ment has made It easier to make time and two part-time em
non-military life. This does not e-. arrangements for ployees. His wife Is the book
gal assistance for the 26 men Toke expressions of gratitude Richardson a BFG money.associate keeper. Key employes average J

being held undar arrest in con because there is still a long 1 dealer with Jack Ker, Ker Tire 9-14 years service.

ceatlon with the disturbance way to go to find the equality Company, Inc., Cleveland, Should a young man consider
at Camp Lejeune on July 20. they were told prevailed when ) moved to a new 5-bay service entering the tire business u a
In his career with the goal of ultimately
recommendations sub they enlisted" center last year In a mixed
mitred to NAACP Executive The situation at Fort Bragg neighborhood not far from the owning Ms own business -
rector Hough area and feels he Is ? Richardson says, "Defi
Roy Wilkins, Mr. Williams now
Mr Williams found was better
nitely yes" but he still thinks
In to somewhereIn
a position
: particularly cited the go
than that at Lejeune. Programs his business financing will be a major hurdle
need for toll investigation
the charge of murder filed a* some o!the difficulties,particularly building"Since, we we moved are getting Into our a new lot ''
gainst five of the black Model Cities
off base problems In near ---it I IYb of new customers and are hold
as the result of the death of
a by Fayetteville Ing on to old ones," Richard
white marine following the clashof t/Iof son said. "It surprised me to Programs SetPNILADELPLIIANP1)Mo

July 20. see so many new fares, both
The NAACP investigator fur New'ZI. black and white After all, we ) -

ther recommended that near only moved across the street." del Cities programs have become

by NAA P branches maintain ClubIn A veteran tire dealer Rich a focus of controversyIn
closer contact with the mill ardson first entered the bust several cities where community
tary establishment Includingenlisted ness In 1931. He began work- control of the programsIs
Election RiftNEW Ing for a tire salvage company
men u well as commanding a volatile Issje.:
retreading tires.
officers. Also, he recommended In Philadelphia: ,the Area-Wide
"The company, went out of
that the military ORLEANS-(NPO-.The) ; business In 1948 so I boughta Council of the ModelCtties pro-
called upon to provide equal Zulu Club, famous for Its Mar '",' .G truck and began gathering gram anointed plans: to rae

job opportunities, at all levels, dl Gras parade.which! is Just \',. t.\!> used tires and selling them to the federal and city gave nmentto
for local civilian personnelem- about the top attraction of the .1- .. gas stations and garages New revive community decision-

ployed on the base.Accompanied gala occasion in New Orleanshas GULF ENTERTAINS BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEXRepresentatives left are Wise Crunk, Nashville Operations Superintendent Superintend; tires were short then because of making.
by Charles Me done what many other Negro o! Gulf Oil talk with Mrs. Margaret Belcher R. Jones Nashville Sales District Manager; Mrs Belcher | the war," he said. "Mayor Tate, Mrs Collie Wat

Lean, NAACP field director organizations do: tried to president of the National Association of Negro Business and John Stewart Sales Representative, Memphis ; and G. S. truck The with next year equipped his sonModel( Cities administrator)

North Carolina, Mr. Williams multiply by division. It has Professional Women's Clubs, following the Gulf-sponsored N Bradley Advertising and Public; Relations Department, Impact an tools air and compressorand started and official of the VS. Department -

spent two days, AUJ. 15-16, at split in two over the electionof BPW Presidents' Luncheon during the organization's national Pittsburgh. Gulf also( co-sponsored a reception for the delegates giving service on the road when- of Housing and Urban

the based interviewing more officers. convention In Nashville. Awards of excellence were did- ever and wherever needed. Soon development have completely
than a score or enlisted men This club was organized and tributed to various club presidents !during the lunch. From he opened a small shop and shipped! the community of Its
in addition to high ranking of- his been operated by those who bought some,retreadIng equipment rights to make diclslons in the

ficers. The servicemen at Le. are not regarded as being the Black Lawyer NamedTo Black Federal Model .Cities program,*' said
Jenje complained that only Negro top citizens In money, brains First "Little by little we kept add- William 3. Mek, council lead

and Puerto Rican marines and social status. Recentltsome State And Local Chicago Bar Judge Sworn In Ing equipment until we had a er.
were ar ested although white of the top boys have gain shop that could recap the most A W.: nas obtained thousands of
marines were also involved in ed entrance into the organization CHICAGO-NPi)--Edward B. popular sizes of tires for cars slgnatuies ,on petitions which
and the split over the leadership Toles has begun a two-year On West and trucks," Richardson: re it intends to present to officials -

Veteran CornerEDITOR'S has resulted It Is feared GovernmentBackslide term on the board o.' managers ANGELES -- (NPI)-- associated membered.with"In 1958 Jack we Kerr became and in an effort: to save

that this split will militate against of the predominantly white Chic David W. Williams has becomethe began selling BFG brand new the community participation aspect -
Below the future successes and ago Bar association. first Black federal judge tires and products." o! the program.
authoritative NOTE' answers! by are the staus of the organization. The Black lawyer, once a war west of the Mississippi river. (As an associate dealer of a In Chicago: a group of Black

Veterans Administration to Many top men of the city, and On Job correspondent for the Chicago Williams, whose appointmentwas large volume franchise dealer, organizations known as tilt
Dally Defender is past president confirmed last June by the Coalition for United
some of the many current questions once Louis Armstrong, have Richardson's wholesale prices : Community
been Los
CookCountyBarassociat- U.S. Senate, has a were! lower than he could expectIf Action: asked the U.S. District
from former servicemenand served as Zulu King and have
* Angeles Superior court jurist
Ion he were a direct franchise t to force the Modal
their families. Further paraded on the float with the since 1962. coax: city's
Information on veterans bene subjects in black tights, huge Members Recommend He is currently active on the He filled the vacancy createdby holder,) Citiei ,:ogrim to make community -
be obtained at PassageOf association's committee the "Today, we have a completetire
fits may any earrings black face, spears, on the retirement of Judge! per boards dealing with the
shop Including front-end
VA office judiciary candidates, urban affairs proJet rat'.e reponslve.
etc., cavo'.tlng around them. son M. Hall, who stepped down
Qt: I converted my World However the Intelligent has Stronger Anti-Bias Laws and bankruptcy last April.He mufflers alignments, shocks, brake, and overhaul minor, The coalition sojgltf' to have
National Service Life
War II Modified Life avoided the membership rolls In 1950, he was named bar. took the oath of office !In tune-ups," he said. "Our business Model Cities work stopped until
Insurance to
a and have risler! of the year by the Nat- the Los Angeles federal court Is primarily selling there is "comp'1a.1ce "with the
many considered the .
Plan several years ago and was
WASHINGTON: The United States Commission Civil
on ional Bar association. house. law that set the
advised at that time that the Zulu parade a disgrace to the Rights In a weighty tome on matters of Job Importance r up program.

policy would not participate In nation minority groups, particularly the Black man, on August 12

:dividends. I recently received' Now the rush of the upper released IJ,, recommendation for the passage of legislation .". ... .. .
a aitldend'WtTif' : policy:-"was1' class'Id Join''' and control the authorizing the withholding of Federal funds from any stat.lprJ ,. 1 '','"v< ':'. .,''r3 I' :1! iMJ4t: .. >1.:11: :. .. .v 4\if.t'J ;
; I. "I ;. 1..1 I
this a ,(mistake? Must 1 re* clu> .jeemsvaboat: to'.pe its,, > local, public, agen.oydlicrlmlnatlng) against any employee or/ 1 \, ..... itlkaarpw".Maahty/'u r"' \ I "
;; i1ur4nlleMUal ; "
o mrtrds wY yrtUG4U .
\tft'n"'ttI'' dl l!etw"dheck! ?- ., p.. /
".. .
downfitttlty liauhytiithopes Job applicant who is, or would: be compensated in"party by/ '1 I '" ,I" 4 II "
A: It was no mistake and the rut,can be healed and the or involved, In the administering programs or activities assisted '" : ./ \ ;: ./.: try .:, :d
you can keep the check. The club go along with it usual by such funds. \ : .
dividend you received on your The study, called "For All portunity.. Few governmentsknow
Modified Life Plan was due to program. The People. .By All The Peo with any precision how ,
; -
Interest earnings If existing Many think the blur e attireof ple," reveals that members of many minority group members ,'u'
I Interest levels continue, you the mem' rs does not really minority groups are concentrated they employ and at what levels;. u 'that's Busch: baby
may expect similar dividends In take away from the dignity or in low paying, low-skilled whether minority group members :
the future. You will receive the Negro group At Mardi Gras, jobs with limited opportunity for are pormoted at the sam .
any dividends to be paid on or every group is the object of advancement. In many localities frequency and on thtlame basis
r I near the yearly anniversary ,caricature. they are denied employ as other employees; how effectlve "And I'm telling it like it,, is: People today are moving

date of your policy. Dividends ment except In the most menial their minority recruit : on up-reaching out for the best. And the best is Busch.
are being paid only on tho s.. Black Politicians capacities. ment techniques, If any,, han .1'
modified life policies Issued in The Commisslonsuggeststhe been and whether their screenIng ;, o. Premium brewed with costly, barley, virgin hops. The

the world War HNSLI program.Q Suggest Coalition adoption and maintenance of Devices are In fact a valid only popular-priced beer in'America with in-brewed car-
: I haven't received an programs of employment equal Indicator of satisfactory job r:e,,?.
educational assistance allowance WASHINCTOCNPl.TwoBlack ( ( ) ity that would assure that current performance." ''I h bonation (our own special way of putting fine bubbles

check from the Veterans politicians have urged the employment practices are The Study pointed to the re. ;t "1. t in beer). The best popular-priced beer in America? That'sBusch
Administration for the two non-discriminatory and that the sponslblllty of State Merit Sys ,' ,,; ;.
weeks In June that I was In Black comar nlty to pay mre continuing effects of past dIscrimInation terns In the Department of' *"i"i baby. And we can prove it.".
school Will this be included attention of politics, In Washing are undone. Health, Education and Welfare r II 't"S .
In my'I check for Septemberwhen ton: Los Angeles City Councilman The Commission further suggests In spite of a nondiscrimination Look for the special Rosko display wherever you buy beer.
am back In college? Thomas Bradley, an unsuccessful that the Equal Employ clause the Office of State Merit 7..
A: The reason you\ didn't candidate for mayor ment Opportunity Commissionbe Systems has provided no guide.
receive a check for the two asked that Black rage in empowered with the enforcement lines for state action
BUSCH from Anh.use.Busch. Inc., St, Lout.| Mo.l .
;weeks you were in school In the ghettos be re-channeled into of cease and desist orders The complete report Is for: .
June is that you failed to complete political action and corm against lawbreakers.More sale by the Superintendent of ; t, I

and return to the VA the basis o! a new coalitionof than 243,000 persons Documents, United States "
regional Office Indicating your the dlsadvintaged in America were covered by the survey. Government Printing Office, YMI
Certification of Attendance And in Atlanta Vice Sixty-four thousand were members Washington D.C., 20402. ., .r rI4
Card. The first check after < Mayoralty of minority groups, with Members of the Commission
you return to school In the fall candidate Maynard Jtckson said Black constituting 92 percentof were Dr. John A. Hannah,
will probably arrive In mid. the Black church should see the total.Several Chairman; Attorney r-ssk! .
November but will Include pay to it that candidates talkingout pertinent conclusions, Freeman, President of Delta
ment for schooling from the day 0.' both sides of their mnutns were reached. Sima Theta; Hector P. Garcia ,
classes resumed through October on social issues! will be "pub- It was revealed'that Blacks M.D.; Rev. Theodore M. Hes- 5/

licly and strongly opposed." are noticeably absent from burgh, C.S.C.! Maurice B. Mit- _
managerial and professionaljobs chell; Robert S. Ranldn and Howard

,7v4..ti1ti1! ,tQiv rrruQ !!l.IV!!>. !: I1f til ,fat even In those jurisdictions A. GllckstelnStaffDlrec- .. M
where their total employment Is ,tor Designate. r __
Your professional beautician substantial. Only In Philadel- I 11 BUS
phia and Detroit did the num. CtrmicliaelWiflts ,. '. USG} uux lrrx l au uu
: knows 'the, answer. ber of Black employees at any a K .aWlrphx ? r
level come clou to matching J o .
percentage of Blacks In the pop.ulatian. lose

Can your hair be damaged w
White collar jobs are more In Africa r.n./a.e
,available to Blacks In some
from alone ?
brushing, catagorles than In others.
Workers may be found In health
and welfare and least likely wlmon-(1iPI-Blact-po.-)
All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural In financial administration and er advocate Stokely Carmichael I

elements.: Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals, Improperly general control. has come up with a novel way
f used, also take their toll. not to mention simple attempts Blacks have been relegated to to move against the United State f
at beautifying the hair -with any brush not made of a large majority of laborer and seize a base In Africa.

f! natural bristles., The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and general service worker jobs. In Carmichael, allegedly linked
dull looking hair. every central city surveyed except with Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana's }
Your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles San Francisco and Oakland ;
president In exile, In a revoluntlonary .
actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair they filled more than 70 alliance, declared ,;; }
percent of all laborer
that give it body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians recently on television that he

claim that nothing beats Clairol' condition' Beauty Pack Treatment jobs.Barriers to equal public employment will use Africa as a base to 4 "< t r,

.for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. were greatest In the launch a global struggle! against Sic 7 i '

leaving hair lively and easy to manage\ condition' is an easy-to- police and fire departments., white domination.: ...
work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical It was not Infrequent discrimination The former SNCC leader has .
straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been was found on the kept silent turning a yearlong 1"
previously relaxed. condition' Is the ultimate in repairing deep. part ,of government officials self-exile from the UnitedStateIn I(

down damage. And, when time is a factor for their customers, In some instances no effort at GuInea. ,' ., ;

hairdressers turn to new Clairol Hair Dew'-the lotion conditioner recruitment was made. Note Breaking his silence, be said ,
was of ,
that penetrates so fast think of it instant excessively high he had establishing J Jr
many as an tests, detailed evaluation of !, given up hope of ,
cdnditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol criminal records, and other a Black-power base lathe
: Hair ,Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to practices. ,] United States. }
your hair that many friends will notice and admire. Civil service examlnatlonsdo "Say, the Black people clezed
_1' Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. not guarantee equality of treat Alabama," be- said "we would
But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other I ment. '1 1I be so busy holding It.We should

causes that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be revitalized I, A positive conclusion Is i never be able to develop and
periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask reached when the Commission (edpand.. That's why my poL:
this expert to check the condition of your hair writes, "Most State and local \tics took me to Africa. We can
governments have failed to .
{! I Only your professional beautician knows. the answer for sure even rudimentary establish j seize a base here. '
i{ Clairol Je.1967 Cou'rtt yofCI !rolli. *. 'TM to determine whether I Susan of a base In Africa,
I' 01(, r' fI'
f 1y assured equal employment opI, I the United States. | ;. I''
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cereals:tou I t ihe clock' I '*.
P .burn--and who Isn't today-took for simple foods r
fast pleln. with fun flair and, of course, fine flavor
Sivlss-stvle yogurt, a veritable and filling (In snack
orchard dips,
aLd4v of real fruit flavored f
cold and .
I I I.a speedy,skinny lunch"as bright soups beverage
from the cup.Or fix as the Fruit doesn't' settle to the bottom
Borden Kitchen did--*splendid I in this Swiss-stylo yogurts I
sauce for crisp fresh pear and in custard type. Rather It's
Breakfast U Vital Juicy' slices,plum strawberries, blended throughout. What alight
September Better Breakfast Month )Js !''i-Pminder to oranges, grapes and 'ber- ,yet satisfying quick lunchor
mothers. ul Ilk importance of brrakta4 Nutritionist say ries. A refreshingsalad on snack anytime around the
It I I. the most important meal of the d.rJill.ran help children wilting, hot summer day, or asatisfying clock, in the office, at home or T1"Y
and adolescents carry on. the,dse'sabdc. .nd. ,pla1 "meal" for calorie- on the go, go, go.-
with energy and alertneM. ; ,:',"\';.#>&$ counters. Flavor Include strawberry,
A good breakfast", .U one thai Proe'r urd of lheu Try fresh fruit yogurt with raspberry,blueberry,mandarin
day' essential nutrients and calories One quick pattern'that cottage cheese, hot or cold orange, peach, plus seasonaland qa'y
to sauce vegetables, meats, anddesserts
adequately meet these needA'tonsi/t olHlru\ fruit .
regions favorites.Kitchen
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GROCER" So My Interior decoratingconsultant : Are you young and fancy free newly married. looking for
(I Barbara Brody. She ward to a silver wedding anniversary? No matter whit your age, Strogtnoff. OM of Julie Stewart's appetizing citations
Filfir's, Ropier' Drip note that' the kitchen It free. you're probably busier today than ever before.:Schedule are uu Tlouftor'i frown Salisbury Steak, sour cream,.
Fli-Ciu ,; time II ihorter. So ,
tucmly| u'd for\ informal gather 'tighter. Meal preparation running more em. WerceeteraWre gases, andsliced mushroomg. ,
household phasli must be placed, on the Impromptu off-the-shelf ort of MacLeod and Grove, Inc ,.Pittsburgh.QOLDEN .
fogs checking! ac cooking and penny saving recipes like Stuffed Luncheon Meat Courtesy, Ketchun. _
Sugar Ib.,39cCoffee counts even for hobbies and Bake. Featured In thli recipe li KELLOGG'S CROUTETTES.'
,5 i homework the herb seasoned crouton which make a savory stuffing or
At consultant to the B. Biody dressing. so easy to prepare.
with $5.00 (1Ietrlc' Seating Company,Chicago\ ,manufacturer STUFFED LUNCHEON MEAT BAKE
59C of metal dining furniture:, O I ) KEUOGG'S :
/4 cup regular margarine or V/t cups ( pkg. I""r r
ir pirclisisNirtlin ell she: 'advises that your kitchen bllUu. CROUTETTES Stuffing
dining Ml should be made'.of I tablespoons chopped onions Herb Seasoned Croutons TOUCH OP HOSPITALITY
tenet 1 with $sS.00 ,
e'. Siifli Assirtil $ plusi durable materials and be 'picasingly % cup water or stock 1 ill ot.) CM luncheon meats
: ir uri fill pirchtsis styled to match he'many''' slices.(It el.)) process cheese J IT JANE ASHLEY
uses of the kitchen.
Place margarine, onions and water In large saucepan. Bring to
Tissue SCirrliH Rio The mood of the,kitchen ii
Rids If boiling point and remove from heat Add Croutettes all at once,
also important. If >the room is tossing lightly until Croutettes are evenly and thoroughly mole
,.. small a monochromatic 'color tened. .
CliTMayonnaise .49C. scheme that matches or' blends Cut luncheon meat into 8 slices place 2 slices side by side on .4
I il"Beef ,n. with the table and chain. can be 'a square of aluminum toll Pack: stuffing into % cup measure
the answer and Invert over luncheon meta Seal edges of oil tightly and
I In,larger rooms.- boldly pat. place on baking sheet, sealed edges up. Prepare remaining 3
servings using the same method. ,
( PICNIC rim siinitiPork '
toned that climb ,
wallpapers up (Bake in moderate oven f3 O.' P.) about 30 minutes Open
the' walk and ''even across.: thc/' i aluminum foil packets. Place: cheese slice cut Into C/i In.)
ceiling can unify the arc..and. strips to form'lattice pattern over Stuffing.'Bake 2 minutes.
e", '49C rfl Roast bring cheer on the dreariest'day. longer until cheese is melted:Serve ImmediatelyJ -
:.aKelloggCompan, ) Tteld4: servings;

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4 1.00 Without telling anyone' In
Hi:" advance, go to an art supply Iceberg lettuce, our favorite salad green finds a new role In.,
store and gel three inexpensive ry r this delectable soup: Creamy smooth and delicately seasoned>
tubes of oil paint and some it Is delicious with a sandwich as well as at a festive luncheon.'
us rl thinner, plus one brush and a It's a traditional soup and we show It here In tureen and bowls
canvas KI, reproduced from the famous Lettuce\ Wear pattern ntive'p
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?f 3 teaspoons baking powder I cup canned pumpkin crumbled Dash nutmeg ,
1V4 teaspoons salt U milk ,.
cup 4 cup water f '
t'BONEIN' 1 teaspoon cinnamon Wt cups whole wheat flake,. cups
t tablespoons 'lemon Juice
U while wine a'Y
]A teaspoon nutmeg crushed to make cup or
i. ft teaspoon soda !i cup crumbs cup onion rings tablespoons "water and
!a v*cup butter or margarine I cup chopped walnuts t tablespoons margarine tablespoon lemon Juice'
SLOP YOUR CONVENIENT i I Vi cups sugar } tablespoons corn starch Croutons: famish ;
Combine and sift flour, baking powder, salt, spices and Core, rinse and drain lettuce; shred enough to, measure,('
diNA; BIISE A t P "Super-RlghrT I'soda{ Into mixing bowl Cream butter or margarine well; cups packed. Chill any remaining lettuce for later use Mix'
beat In
F sugar; Add eggs; beat well. Stir in pumpkin. Add
shredded lettuce with bouillon cubes.'water: and lemon'''juice
itAJ' io L 65TH !T. CHUCKROAST 7'Ii dry stir,until ingredients dry ingredients to creamed are mixture moistened.alternately Fold In cereal with milk and; In blender until; whir until i smooth.I Saute onion ''in margarine in
I saucepan tender-crisp; remove onion from pan.)Mlt corn '
I S"1" Spoon into ll-greesed 9 x 6 s 3-inch loaf ,
i .IFVII11LE TO PURCHASE pen starch salt pepper and nutmeg into margarine In pan;' stir in
Bake In moderate '
oven <350 F) until done.,about
\Vt milk. Cook stirring until mixture
A cornea a boll and is thickened.
ill' AIT ADVEITISTED, ITEM, Yield hours! %: Let One stand loaf., in pan '.minutes.,Turn out; cool on., rack. Mix in wine and lettuce mixture. Add sauteed onion;.heat,
Serve hot with ,
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To celebrate or not to celebrate
special month 1* not
difficult when the purpoM of
the festivities recognises Better -
Breakfasts and Pancake
Maybe you have your own
favorite syrup or sauce. Try
v our Orange Lemon Sauce on
pancake for breakfut or for
+rf dessert pancakes.
Orange Lemon. Sauce
; Ki cup sugar
1 I tablespoons corn starch
Pinch salt
1 cup orange JuiceS
tablespoons margarine
1 teaspoon crated lemon rM .
Juice of 1 lemon
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cereals:'rour ltI dOck I
People a hurry-and who tint today-4ook for limp foods, T
fact to "x but with fun, flair and, of court: fine flavor
"r Switt-atvl:, 1. yogurt, a veritable and tilling In mack r
Aea2iv dips
ad L orchard of real fruit
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Borden Kitchen d\d\ -a splendidsauce in this Swiss-stria yogurt r It 1.JGy
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Breakfast Is Vital i 1 apple slices, plum strawberries, blended throughout What alight
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mother* of the Importance' of.breakfast Nutritionists say ries. a snack anytime around the
Ita\ the wort important meal l of the d yIt.'ft; Ma children wilting\ hot summer day, or a clock, in the office, at home or
and adolm-rnt carry on thetdelvitedy: :and. '.playwith satisfying. "meal" for calorie'counters. on the go go, go.-
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day'* Msrntfal nutrient and calorie;; On* ul'rk18U.rn| cottage cheese, hot or cold orange, peach, plus seasonal
to vegetables meats
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: I checking household accounts cooking and penny"saving recipes\ like Stuffed Luncheon Meat _
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5 I homework the herb seasoned croutons which' make, a savory stuffing or
Ai consultant to the B. Brody dressing easy to prepare.
liiiT l 1 pliisi;! Mith $S.ia \' | Sealing Company Chicago, manufacturer STUFFED LUNCHEON MEAT BAKE ..
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dining Kt should be' made''ofdurable' ': I tablespoons chopped onions; Herb Seasoned CreutensH TOUCH
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4 ; own of the kitchen.The 'place margarine, onions and water in large saucepan. Bring to
c ifBeef mood of the, kitchen is boiling point and remove from heat. Add Croutettes aU at once, "r"O -
miCirriifi aiM Important. If iM room Is tossing lightly until Croutettes are evenly and thoroughly mols-'
y imatl. a monochromatic ''Color tened. .: _
ClrtMayonnaise, [ 490 scheme that matchcv.or blends CUt luncheon meat into I slices Place 2 slices. side by aide on
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the answer.In 1 and Invert over luncheon meat Seal edges of foil tightly and
baking sheet sealed edges up. Prepare ,remaining t
place on
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store and get three Inexpensive this delectable soup Creamy delicately
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traditional and we show it here in tureen and bowls
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.. 'I teaspoon cinnamon IVt cups whole wheat flakes. lemon '
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.YI teaspoon nutmeg crushed to make
Vt teaspoon soda !' crumbs yt cup onion rings tablespoons water and
,.. 4 cup
\1 H cup butter or margarine I cup chopped walnut S tablespoons margarine. 1 tablespoon lemon' Juke'
'' L" 1H cups 'UI.rCombine" ) tablespoon.... starch (Ioulonl. garnish
sI5Pr rill CONVENIENT and sift f flour, baking powder salt, spices and Core ''rinse and drain lettuce"; 'shred enough to, measure''' 4'
MAKIHSE At riJljOM "Super-Right" t soda Into mixing bowl Cream butter or' margarine well; cups, packed. Chill any remaining lettuce for later use. Mix
: i beat In su sr: Add eggs; beat well.' Stir in pumpkin. Add ahredded lettuce with bouillon cubes water and lemon JuIce
dry, Ingredients to creamed mixture alternately' with milk'; in blender; whir until smooth. Saute onion in'margarine' in.
Ne 45TN ST.trllNAOLE CHUCK 4 stir until dry Ingredients are moistened. Fold In cereal and; 1 saucepan until tender-crisp; remove onion from 'pan.)Mil cornstarch
..wa nuts. Spoon Into well-greased 9 x 6 x 3-inch loaf pan salt, pepper and nutmeg into margarine in pan; stir in
TO PURCHASE s Bake. I moderate' oven' (380 F) until done, about milk. Cook stirring until mixture comes to a boil and is thicken
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Celebrate With raneakes
I To celebrate or not to celebrate
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II Racer, ;: ::,Won:$ t9POp, 1969 Plans Setting Winning Record On Talladega Track

'V.tir H} river w..HlISc.ft l Haynsworih Rejected Rochester UL Head Alf. Stilt's New, Ftttitf t.

Nomination Moved

Wilts, ,Fir ThrW, Cffch Gets loll Tt Re'Alabama

Up To Sept 16

T TALLADEGA Ala. ,.. toft-ipoken Wendell'scott, oblivious State University's net football team will open
The nomination of Judge Its doors to ch.ekla Saturday afternoon according to the sex
to the Infighting for $100 000 and even $200,000( seasons among ,
thy top drivers In NASttAR's Grand National division, It sure Clement F Haynsworth. Jr, .Mead Coach. Henry Holbert.
of setting. hit own money winning record In the first annual of South Carolina, to the The team this year will be Is U follows:
Talladega 500 at Alabama International Motor Speedway, United States Supreme r missing many formidable and Sept 17, Fort Valley Stale
Sept, 14.'The Corni: ,by President Richard familiar face due to graduation College, Fort Valley; Oct. J,
'4>-).ear-old: Scott, a clllty when the 40-car field Nixon Ms been termed a last spring. Missing students (N) Knoxvllle College, Montgomery
veteran driver In hit 18th year roars ''ottf the line at S p.m, "Fres Blow To Civil Rightsby Incluoe, Rayford Parker ; Oct. II, Albany State
of mint, ban already won over Saturday;'Sept 13. Arnold Aronson, Secretary Thomas, McGhee, Roger Kicks.lost College, Albany; Oct. 17, (NJ,
$It.000 this seaoik.aml. that' Over 100,000' spectators are of The Leadership Conference art Frank Tottert. Also Flit University, Montgomery;
a I record high for the Danville, expected to 'view(the start of' Mr.Arooson from last year's$-Meant are Oct. 24, (N), storehouse Col
Civil .
on Rights. Pleasant James Chafe Nov. 1,Alabama -,
Va., competitor'* The 1961 the 120IOOTI1IId'ClSOOwh.n Johnny legs Montgomery;
,I seasonwheh he won $17,020, the green flag falls at 1 p.m. has forwarded t 0 T. ers, Johnny rien, and quarter AM College Magic
1 J vu prevloualy his beat year ,the.tollow4agday.p" the Press a terse and explanatory back, Henry Dawson. City Classic Birmingham;Nor.
Scott,'the only negro driver: plan of action Holbert replace Whitney Van '$, CNX Clark College' Montgomery
in Grand National competition'Dr. Nic* Tills Aronson, who writes to Part Cleve, who resigned in the ; Nov. 19, &\ Miles
has' driven to'over- 49 Grand : ,, p' tlsclpatloo Organisations and spring. He bad been assistant College, Montgomery Nov. XX,
l'atlOIlI1"'tar.' :every season whose office explores the Phil Coach In charge of the defensive Open, and Nov. 27, (D), T s-
slnte+ 1MJ 'and"'hit consistent ,I SC (ca !I. ,ROTC loses of t large Bomber of units at Alabama State for four keg' e Institute (HomecomlngTbankcglvlng -
it)'le lias earned hlmov,r$15,- national organizations,'writes years that developed teams that Classic).
000 In every one of. the last Raynsworth'a record won more than 31 games durIng
Is Nee1.1 "Judge
this .
ala seasons.- has been one of COllJl.st3DtposlUoo op tethuo.CekmeaStodoots
After more--'than $95 Grand -c/O related' that eels expecting
National races'(a mark that Issecond to desegregation His about 60 players to turnout \
Only to Richard pett,'*' FT."' BJ'NNI/G.: / CA. .-. The nomination Is another In a and Is depending heavily on Retirn
total of 466 among active drivers president''J, of South Carolina series of actions by the adml freshmen and transfers to take
)} 80,000'tacing'miles( State .College. told a group of nlstration caleulated to slowor i up much of the slack left by the
$1 If,000 In price money and a Reserve Officer Training Corp reverse progress In civil missing players Although From AistrliR
..10,1.'Ittor)' the Jacksonville instructor her recently that if rights It mast be considered there will be 30 returning lettermen .
J 200 In 1963 .Scott till the ROTC1 to urvlve as part along with: the administration much of this year's action Two Bethune-Cookman Col-
manages to survive among the of the educational program,then '. slowd01nlSDboo1desecrt'; DR. WILLIAM E. LEEQeft), research chemist at Eastman Kodak, bu teen noaoimoosty -, will depend on how much leg coeds are among 31 American -,
likes of such factorysupporteddrivers the military Itself mutt be gallon enforcement,pa rtteu elected: president of the Urban League of Rochester N T With Dr. Lee In l Us labo-a- last year's freshmen maturedto students and faculty repre.venting
u Petty, David Pear amenable and agreeable to discussion lady Its recent request for tory Is "Dr..' Joha' Leenukers, vice president and the 4rector of Kodak's research lab oratoiles -' meet the challenges of 1969.The .'' 31 colleges and universities '
song LeeRoy iarbrough and and debate. who was renomlnated the Urban League's board 'of bright spots II..uonar. returning to the
directors. recently
Dr, M. Maceo Nance Jr., delays In Implementing Its Dr. Lea, who Robert William Arthur Lyles
Calt '
Yarborough ,
Is heal of the Mechanism United States after summer
'"An Independent driver Is' delivered the opening address amendments to the Education Photographic' Laboratory, Joined Kodak In 1959 He received President Smith, Lester Sims, ,
Just Wddlng himself when he for a five-day orientation program Appropriations Bill with, the, his doctorate, master's and fcacealajreate .degrees' from Ohio State University! (NPI and McDonald Arlington, on theline residency Institute at: the of ,Gras International Center
to prepare Army officer support of the House- Republican Photo), at an '
tries to outrun factory cars, Lloyd Ivey quarterback studies University of Gras
Scott said, "The only way to for ROTC duty on college and leadership and without Alonto Pickett and Ben- Austria, .
make any money Is to run just university campuses. any expressed oppositionfrom ale Benton at and
fullback Lara D. Flshburne of Jacksonville
as fast u your equipment will, He ,told the Instructors the agencies' or the White! Dluou Ross Seeking Unemployed Roosevelt Florida and Carolyn
let Ion and hope that some of' bed argument for the ROTC at House etc.;"Mr. Aronsoa offers er. Much of the ballcarryingactivities Bruton of Lake City Florida
the factor cars will fall out. of Negro college I* Its Importance will depend on Joel ,
a strong solution, opposition. Sociology: majors.:
In balancing the numberof and Smith the twins
the rac,. Joseph ,
The ageless Scott who owns black and white officer In He gays "The only Sees Mixed from Union Town along with The students engaged In.
course available Is to oppose courses ,related to the culture
and maintains a 1981Ford,flguret tilt'mUltar)'. Th Fleet Charlie Weeks.
he has "a few good years Among the 100 Instructor In, the Haynswoim,nomination history, philosophy,and geoggraphy -.
left u a driver... >ut his prl-' the,program were Lieutenant' I with all the strength we can The Hornets were especially of Eastern Europe.
mart concern, Is amassing Col. Samuel ,Washington, ? and muster: Hearings on the Domination As happy over the return of Bruce Course work took many students
enough purse and point moneyto Capt. Charles' E. Hobbs, assigned began September 9, Taylor; a 230 lb. lineman from behind the Iron Curtain to such
build! a second tar for one of ,to Florida AIM University with Mississippi's James 0.., Montclalr, New Jersey. Taylor countries u the Soviet Union
his to ;' MaJ.James LoP Par. Eistland sat out last after and Yugoslavia during the perIod
son drive on the Grand. chairman. With. GreovyNEW TMiNg season
National circuit .' son,;'Capt. Joseph L. Creasey In a few day, rushed through two .w-Cont.rtne..1IOIII In which the UJB.A. was
"1 have two sons dying to get and Capt. ,Afgrey ,V. 'Ander- the nomination will reach the J with, ,the Hornets to work at'' putting the, first man on the
into racing," Scott said,'."and son assigned to Jackson State' Senate floor Aronion ,YORK,'"September I- home Coach Holbert said, moon. 'A.and number of Europeanstudents also
I'm, going to do everything I College; Capt. Uriah McGrady Black Americans urgesall Diana .ROil of the Supreme j 1l ."The Hornets I can only continue professors
and In .
can to give them that chance" assigned to North Carolina said today that black-atdtedat- to wlnlfDonnell Williams, participated th.aGrea'
Wendell, Jr.,(is 22 and Frank-, ALT; and Capt.Michael B.Duncan others Interested to write Ing and Intermarriage are the 230 lb. center linebacker, Highlights of experience
1 I le, who attends Mrth Carolina andjMaj.) Benjamin F. Robinson their senators' urging, them "groovy" things helping to a. alone with linebacker Larry Included a reception
College, is 21. Both sons, are assigned.(1080utll Carolina .to tote NoiCoocuryent! chlevo Integration the truest\ ShaWs help curtail the enemy given In the historic Eggenberg
experienced mechanics",and .,State College, a ; with, the release sense. backs.. Castle by"Styrtam Governor
hay worked \u their dad's Other college and universities Speaking out In a current Alabama State opensSeptem. Joseph Kralner. Th. Castle
crew for several seasons. represented were,Unl-; Look Magazine Interview,Diana bar 19 against Savannah home has hosted such guest u Napoleon
!tfThe first race at Talladega verity 'of] Alabama, University said she feels no resentment In Hornet Stadium at 7:30 p.m.,, and .Queen Elizabeth.
sheuld;JM hterystlogCScott! .i, otMUsUsippt Florida In., when she sees a white girl dating The remainder of the schedule Also notable was hospitality'
said "and Wre 'stltut* of(Technology I Florid shown the students by the Mayor
\ looking. forward ,, a black man, or vice versa .'
jto seeing; the track. "\Southern College Georgia In.stltut ., "1 happen to love a black man,", and people Gras, Austria's second
Natural!), we.,don't i expect tooverwhelm 10. of Technology! University ..' ,she said but added: .' NAACP Units Assist largest clt). Over" 200
anbodbut we'll.,. of Georgia, Florida State "It's not that you just have l Americans associated with the'C.nter'
do the best we c...." University, University of South. with a black woman If Storm Area Victims'' were feted on several
Action at tbf @ ern Mississippi, Davidson Col.. you're a black man'or white occasions at 'the famous Gras'
and most co etF *'1ege,4: .Citadel,Wake Forrest f woman, white men,it'i whoever Clock Tower '' .
faclllt kicks. rldsDl"tlt r It College;Yanderbllt University you enjoy being.with as people '.4l1 ', NEW YORK. -,In, the wake"' The.Grat Center is a pro1 -: '
inspection anra t...Georgia Mllitaty t aColtage*', Ulqarlre nq& !J'.lOljh.may of the d.vutallnCj hurricane gram of tbe'Asoclatlonotcol."; .
day, Sept. .. Clemson University"and Tennetie -' w/flftY.r/ e it t,')ou'r. jdat Sot ""tIl W" JMCP. pr' onneMy leges and Universities for In-'-
Qualification trials over the Technical University' ... going to be with him anyhow." haul wprr'fIf 4 sldooaSisiq'l fq tiriiattoBil+t....dl...011-stud--*
2.66-mile high-barked (33 degrees The orientation program was boom" Diana commented In the Interview .sure equal treatment of Negro tee. The Executive Director
in the,north and south conducted by the 11.$. Army' tbe Aronsoa office! Is that she didn't believe victim of the nation's worst of the Association Dr.Rich
turn) layout, Infantry and the Third Army. t letter from Roy Wilkins, In storm, reports received In the ard' N. Bender, a staff mem
are, set for. Wed.nesday the Meant racial separation ELLS YOUC. with brief case In band catches the attention ofTampa's
Included executive here this week ber of theBoard of
afternoon., in the five-day course secretary of theN "I National Office Higher
dont think there should be,
were in 'A A C (Fla,) Central Avenue residents u he starts inhls reveal. Branches In the stricken Education United Metbodlct
The $37,190 Bnu 400 for effective public :, P.: Mr. Wilklns, any separation whatsoever ,
NASCAR' Grand Tourlngcom- .1.speaking presentation technique a forceful and aggressive she said, declaring: search lot young men with dreams of employment, York, arm* of Louisiana and Misslstippl Church The Gras Center Is
petltors will be the first racIng -'' of teaching American rights leader, write "Tbe "Then, that's what' an executive with Honeywell's Communications and Data Products were deeply involved. served by a distinguished Advisory
event at the $J. million fa- 'military history.! constitutional rights of mill II 1 trying to get at,; Un't It? Division In Tama, Is on six -miratb loan to the National Following filing of a complaint .' Council which Includestwo
ions of ,Americans will be Aren't we trying to blend and Alliance of Businessmen to spearhead Its concentrated local by Aaron Henry, president current members of the U.
of the Mississippi ,State S. Congress the former Ambassador -
compalgn to find employment for hard-core unemployed, ,
............................... lets secure If Judge Hayns. children together?" as one., as God's. (NPI Photo). NAACP, Negro refugee who to the U. S. from
worth Is appointed'. had been segregated attheState Austria, and other governmentand
tOI 'DO N'T. riJt: HO' 60> 'Jr'l8MN'TO'RET D Mr- Wilkins noted.; "In several N College In Jackson were removed education leaden. from the

landmark: civil rights The 'Sports ParadeNEW to the Integrated facilities UJJ. and Europe.Acrylic .
cases Judge Haynsworth has, Cleaning Stove,' at Camp Shelby. Phillip
i LOW' PRICE "i.i. been a rpokeman for segregation. Savage an NAACP field dl- Prints I

.'' .' He was on the side 'YORK .. (NPQ .- Johnny Sample, outstanding corner-' Host Displeasing' rector, Investigated condition \ ,
of Prince Edward County, back for the world champions New York Jets and former Maryland at Camp Shelby.Meanwhile Make. Easy
: ; \ In Ml**,,
E 'DRUG STORE NEEDS ) ; Va.,,:when It : '
i. sought to a- State star, was hospttallied with a back strain after he \
Dr. Gilbert R. Mason, branch
,, bandoa,, its public school tailed to respond to treatment by the team physician Sample Of.t JobsWhen ,president, reported no evidenceof That Decorating
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system rather than was'ransferred from theJetstrainng"camp to'LendaHillhospital '
.-.oJ' Integrate Westinghouse asked, discrimination" excellent
.Tradu-with Your"Neighborhood Drug Shirt:WE: WILL MEET j ; he upheld a school lass week e+ housewives this question, they teamwork and cooperation the .Acrylic paints which simulate

1m PRICES ADV, IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS.;w' deliver a transfer,program designed ,SAMPLE HOSPITALIZED .. .. found that she hates Ironing the Gulf' Coast area. He found genuine oils ,and dry'' more .

tyo flu.all Doctors' Prescriptions? hr g ,- to ,thwart", desegregation toaminlmamr FINISHES IN MONEYSUTTON most. Then,the most obnoxious "white and black folks suffering quickly have another advantage
; : : :" he defended Mass.':.. (NPI!) ..,,;Lee Elder' the' "New Black chore. In order are cleaningthe and sharing! alike and receiving The brushes used are speedily;
f'disarlmlnation a gain Negroes ., stove, scrubbing floor, equal service." The cleaned ,'by swishing 'through
Tout" of Professional Golfers Association, was in top form
\ :DUB i < i federally-assisted. last weak, as be shot a slxtllng,four-roundtotal of 280 strokes cleaning closets, washing windows worst discrimination I was reported warm sods and rinses. The \
is: Phamacy hospitals: t' 'to finish a fourth-place tie with Bruce Crampton, and pocket scrubbing bathrooms, by Emmltt Douglas, easy cleanup makes the paints,
.His; appointment will'bntld $3,121 In prise monty, In the',Avon Classic Golf Tournament. washing walls, and cleaning. the president of the LouislanaState especially good for children who
Into the refrigerator NAACP, In notorious Plaque.mines are more likely to miss the canvas
Supreme Court for Elder topped such other roI.tal1Jart.Tommy Aaron, CharlesCoody '
; KIMS MAI I(MTIUE: years .to come further bin' ,,Dave Stockton and Doug.,Sanders Parish occasionally.
,I,?, 1)12) 5 drances further delays further .w t .1 po- ---

denials ct'couitltutlonal : ,STOKES GET $16,000 ." ,
rim :I '
: I. 353-55J1 ,;; MONTICELLO .. ( The llth annual Maurice '
rigitts'and' further N.Y. NPQ -- >
r racial
: J l ,'alienation; His ,appolntnunt! ,Stoke benefit game, played '1tlQ her'l Sports academy last ,W dd l1' :; :i
: 'week railed a total of 110,321 for theStokes Fund. The annual :
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i., : ""AY'YlII' IIUT1NA, ti.t;:"ONLY. : will million.1Iake of the'Americans confidence none'ol';' contest, matching the prof ess!wal stars of the East and West I"1.
of, National Is to raise
the Basketball Association, designed
TEltriME;>IIUJ ATCll primary'source of law and funds the former Cincinnati SEE YOUT ; : WEDDING IN :
'It .,. IJJT'ltI' I to pay hospital bills of Stokes, BEAUTIFUL COLOR :
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I Hampton Institute Adds Two New Coaches To The Pirate Football Team For '69. I

Oil*** RmM MHIir J hsWHtMfsswrlM Geitesellts StMtais Efifoy Sports, North CtradM: State Scbwl !'
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Sid, lowers M I 4v i t tJ ta Of EifiMerfef Accredit |.

GREENSBORO, N.C. The (versify administration and the
HAMPTON WSTmjTE, Hampton, Virginia -. Two nw School of Engineering at North I faculty are to be commended
coaches were anaouneed last week for the Hampton Institute Carolina AT State Universitywas : I for their determination,perilstance -
pirate football team by Dr. Herman N. Netlson, chairman of notified last Thursday that and thoroughness la developing .
Department of Physical Education Its curricula have teen fully programs in engineer
offensive line wlU accredited by the Engineers' ing.
The be season in a game with More- Council for .
Professional Development under
Ronald Miller Although operating
coached by ,a native house
(ECPD), highest accreditation financial limitations, the
of Mualllon, Ohio and t In the I960
.,at'Cortland State season Bowers agency in the nation school has 'mad* orderly development .
wu the
rraduate leading
ground gainer for engineering education. .
of programs keepIng
Cortland New York. Coach In the Central
Intercollegiate In winning accreditation AT "
curricula objectives
replace Dave Grant who Athletic
t tr'
Association Needless + Joins North Carolina
State University The report also cited AAT's
!. to
reliiPOC say, he made All
Raleigh add Duke University
effective use of consultants tAt
coaching staff will alto
pirate mr. In 1968
played as the
only Institutions
assist In the development and
aided by student the
be Sandypower first three games of the in North Carolina with
approved Improvement of their programs
He.will be assistant
'coach. 'A .senior foclo- the team In schools of engineering.; Only: in keeping with currtc
back rushing only to learn that two
It other black colleges IB the via objectives"
logy ardor ,romSI.LoW..M1.- was detrimental to his health nation have been approved. by the TIle report also cited AAT'seffective
had his
sand, Bowers football to continue playing Council. ,
use of consultants to
playing career ended by a head At Cortland State, Miller ,
was Meeting the Council's high assist lathe development and
Injury received In the 1967 a four-yesreterasgsard-linean ,
standards for
accreditation Improvement of their' pro
+ backer and In addition he was were MT's programs of architectural grams.
Matthew Irown I I captain of the team his senior r } electrical and mechanical "Tbe leadership provided by
yew. He received a Bache engineering; the new dean. Dr. Amory, and
for of Science degree In physical AliT already has graduated the capable departmeDt chairmen
Assite.. Athletic education from this Insti hundreds of engineers; who art give promise of further
tution working In government, bust Improvement in faculty, facilities
Miller, a stock line coach ness and Industry, "
according and curricula, the re*
A'4'' '. Directo- also was a student and coach at to Dr. Reginald; A ra o r y, dean port further stated.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, of the school, "accreditation
GREENSBORO, N. C. New York. At Syracuse he received will stimulate recruiting of our
Matthew Brown n native of a master's degree Inphysical graduates by the most TAKING STEPS,
GAINESVILLE The sounds of summer are fast comingto selor leacts a group of und.rprtrllKed children la a game of prestigious
Canton, Ohio and former OhioState Miller education. an end as children prepare to return to classrooms. But .volleyball at the University's Camp Wluber,where mummer. firms In America It Certain Australian aborigines
football star; Thursdaywas three and Bowers are mol happy times such as these will be remembered as the youngerset time program recently ended Project Samson, Involving close. will open new doors for us In believe that they can lame an
appointed assistant to the new coaches announced by looks forward to another summer of freedom nine months ,to BOO volunteer University student, la a continuing program research and service." enemy by putting sharp stonesor
athletic director at North Carolina Hampton this year. Here a University of Florida Samson coun-i' The report stated,"the Vnl-
away Project designed to help the area's low-Income families. broken misty In his footprints.
MT State Vlllv.rt1tyller. Nellson announced the appointment .. I
Brown, who has been serving of Whitney L. Van -
as assistant football coach and Cleve as head football coach for t' ,1 .'
head tennis coach, will serve 1969-70 in late May of this year ft4c; R ITArrE".ourLl1f '" ", i '.
as administrative assistant to Van Cleve served Tuskegee IN! ANCIENT ... : !. ., '',,' ; : "
Albert Smith, athletic director. Institute aa football coach In s EGYPTIAN : t If \ :., ,,'
Smith -also named Thomas 1949; football coach for Cramb- W!RIT1M6: ASA 1':1-; '" .'b ;I >,. "I. p" ,, l'' \",,fin ,' ? .i41 I )' 1 j". ', v".. }(u,.,( ,., .
: as head athletic ling College during 1950-85 SIGN ',' ./
Bynum trainer."I riCTUM "J..I. :. ;\ \ f" .'i/J/ .
am happy to have both of head football coach at TuskegeeIn ,; '. ; / \ .. "' I' f'J'
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these men to join our athletic 1953-64, and head football 01 FISH! j 7'>' : -. 't:.: ." "' I ",. I $ ,.. ... ,1 ,:,sI" ,-!,.
staff," said Smith. "1 am sure coach for Alabama State College '" : ,A? : .
: j 19'-
they.,will make a valuable con during the years 19(4-68..' \" : : :, ;'; I : !: ,:::::
trlbutton_,to .our growing pro Van Cleve's total football record ,\ ,:: .
10 ,
'I< ?VW, '1 ', ., ''
J 4 '
gram.' as head I coach reads 77 ': ; :; '
Brown, a'graduate of Canton wins, 49 losses and 6 ties '
McKlnley'' High first came to :
ALT in 1949 under former head .
coach Bill. Bell, also a former South Caroline Stets : Just 28 :
Ohio State treat., Brown left years
4.W' ,
AT In 1953, but returned to '
the staff last year Readying For Yictery' ;
Hi played quarterback at Ohio '
State from 1943,45 and in 1944 ORANGEBURG 3.C.---South their ability ,
guided,the''Buckeyes to their Carolina State College a strongcontender Backing up Benjamin wilt be alter the end of slavery

first ;undefeated' season In 27 for the SIA6 football quarttr -'.k Robert Scott who :
ytars : crown opened practice with 6J delivered In crucial situations
While coaching at ALT be- players Including S6 lettermen several times last season. He
fore.Brown developed champ and II freshmen completed 22 of 64 passes for
ionship tennis and boring teams The title-hungry Bulldogs, 343 yards and a touchdown.If /
In the redomlftatelY-N t r r 0 who compiled an Impressive 7-2 the need should arise the
Central Intercollegiate Athletic record a year ago are big,. Bulldogs will rely on freshman : a performed
Association (CIA A). fast, and possess an abundance quarterback"Benjamin surgeon
Brown's son Matt Brown Jr. of talent In the offensive back- Samuels from Portsmouth's .
Is a halfback on the ALT football field (Ya.) Norcom High School '
team. His two nephews, However, Coach Oree Banks Samuels, a fine passer is 8-4< : L
Mark and Richard Brown are and nil staff are worried about and weighs 220. He drops back '
stalwart.*., on.,tht Canton-Mc-:' depth in other area*,especially. fast and has a quick release J\lrst Cl "I ll heart
th i 11 e'' The Bulldogs ends are ex.. ttlJ; \ cess
f.l eimir.aavirtna tor. we5j. jw 11l1: Aunivn.q *ui e''jetted to be even better than a l'l *''-v s}lJJfelll s n* '*UI ,

j.' .It ""I.!;", ( candidate\ f James EVant;/' 6.6E a'' year ago when they accountedfor >
'j" 220, and Larry Hurley, 6-7,. It of the 17 touchdownsthat
Witch 244 and end Red Davis, 1-., the Bulldogs earned In the '
230 will key the defensive line '
'. .this. ,Clown l' but there Is no experience.. at air.Waging a battle for ihestartIng I operation. :
slots.Inthe Odell
the guard positions Sumter
defensive backfleld 8-2 220 FelUe Sweat .1 ,, ". 'C I ,
4 'i\ I ; 6-0 :
'. some of the experienced players 192; and At Young 6-2, 189 .
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; (' .. will Include Robert Hemby Ervin Beale, 6-2, 232,converted .: : ': : Vr; ? ,,1\ ; "
8-S. 180. and ChrtstopherLaw. from fullback to end it also ,
:_ 11.. /"23 SIStV rends, a pair of fine defensive in the thick of the battle. % ,

: '" -',",, ,. '. backs and sophomore Gregg Sweat caught 20 passes and i. : ,j
: ; 7 Harris,, a' quick reading line scored four touchdowns,followed ;: ; = Taylor Presents In eniousAmericans
backer. by Young with 21 and four : ;Old : :;
1 Willie Reese, an' A11-S1AC touchdowns 'and Sumter with. 17 .
linebacker in 1967, has rejoined and three.

: absence.the team after a. year' Dr. Daniel t Hale Williams ((1858-1931)) : ,

"m Led by tackle Clarence Keg- o I'' .
5r,2; ,11 1( her I-II. 268, the offensive linewill '1893. Memories of the Civil the time' he his. after
? average 6-2 and 230. Joe By. was twelve, Only eight years gradua
Hudson, a 6-3, 171-poUDcllOpb- a4FZAf War were still fresh Black Americans father had died and his mother had tion, Williams founded Provident''

.-.641: ,J$ 47Sometimes" omore for tackle All-ConferenCehonors.Is also a candidate --.- t..5 ou.p sea.a were just"beginning to get used deserted. Hospital, the first infirmary open to

'.' r. "" .. The explosive Bulldog back to the idea of freedom. Few of them Moving to Wisconsin young all patients and physicians, regard.
H"IIIP, SometimuRe's : led sophomore/ FISHING FOR FROGS
n.leIl. by quarterback '
down He AddsSabatraets'Hegrks Blrto Benjamin. ,The If you're' a hard'working were .able to pursue a higher 'Dan,". scraped: .enough money toless of race or creed.,

: It an around, j Orlando, Fla., native stepped' fisherman, the kind who education. _. gether barbering to ,put himself From Chicago, Dr Williams,

.' 17,, 'S3 54 j j'Cominf I In lost last their year first after two the games Bulldogs and down the fish like aren to't quit biting even, fragging when I But already some black Americans through local academy.' From was ,called:to Washington' to: reorganize

J l guided South Carolina State throwIng to' sport may be for you.just, the' spare-time. were reshaping not only their there he went to Chicago, and with. and head the Freedman's

Attraction seven 14 straight touchdown victories passes, and-, Not only is frogglng an exciting own' country, but the world .Sevthe. help of a prominent family, he Hospital then operated by the Federal ,

UMAH'S I adding eight on the ground. way to spend a night, but flve before African Government. He
,11,34' you'll have some' good eating enty- years an graduated from Northwestern ,, organized
to maintain their "
_/1"1 starting righting berths in the backfield breaded from your and catches Frog I left, .Negro gave ,his ,heart'for the first; Medical School., Freedman's: i into departments, collected ,
JAYS.' ; are Wallace Richardson, 6-2, gourmets delight are a successful hulnan-heart transplant, 'a staff'of twenty specialists,

rMIIID' J Samuel 21 J, a Leaphart hardrunnlng,- 6-0 fullback, :181,;' necessary No special to catch" equipment frogs. ,Ac.Is I an American, Negro;performed the s and, created the beginnings, .of,. .a:

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from halfback '.and Jesse ::Hies at '
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11' R Won$19,000ln In 1969 Plans Setting Winning Record On Talladega Track


Haynsworth Rochester UL Head
Veteran Driver Wearied Scott Alan State's New Foothill

Waits. For Thrills Nomination Moved Coach Gets loll To Rollfii

Up To Sept. 16

TALLADEGA, Ma.Softspoken Wendell Scott, obliviousto Alabama State University's 1969 football team will open
Infighting for $100,000 and mo $200,000 seasons intone The nomination of Jute its doors to check: In Saturday afternoon according to the newHead

the. top drivers in NASCAR' Grand National division, le lure Clement F. Haynsworth. Jr. Coach Henry" Holbert.
of' setting; his own money winning record In the first annual of South Carolina to the The team this year will be Is as follows:
Talladega SOO at Alabama International Motor Speedway United States Supreme missing many formidable and Sept. 27, Fort Valley State
Sept 11.The Court by President Richard familiar faces due to graduation College, Fort Valley Oct. 3,

48->'ear-old 'Scott, a cility when the 40-car field Nixon has been termed a 9w-l;;: last spring. Missing students (N) Knoxvllle College, Mont-
veteran driver In Ms 18th year roars off the line at 2 p.m. "Fresh Blow To Civil Rightsby Include, Bayford Parker, goroeryj; Oct. 11, Albany State
McGhee Hicks Oct. 17, (N;,
of racing has alread wonover Saturday,'Sept 13. Arnold Aronson Secretary Thomas Roger College, Albany;
and Frank Tolbert. Also lost Flak University, Montgomery;
$19,000 this ....on..and that's Over 100,000' spectators are Conference
a record high for the Danville, expected to view the start of of The Leadership from last year's 8-1-lHeam are Oct. 24, (N), Morehouse College -
Vs., to 1pttllor. The 1968 the $120.600 Talladega 500 when on Civil Rights. Mr. Johnny Pleasant, James .- Montgomery! Nov. 1,Ala
season, when he won $17,020, the green flag falls at 1 p.m. Aronson has forwarded t 0 ., Johnny Flen, and quarter- bama A ft M College Magic
I was previously his best year the following day.\ the Press a terse and explanatory back, Henry Dawson. City Classic,Birmingham;Now
Scott, the only negro driver,: plan of action. Holbert 8, (NX Clark College, Montgomery -
in Grand National o Dr. Mince l Tells Aronson who writes to Part Cleve, who resigned In the ; Nov. 15, (N)' Miles
has driven in over r GranNational tlsclpatloo Organizations and spring. He bad been assistant College, Montgomery; Nov. 22,
races every season whose office explores the Phil v'S !1Lr Coach In charge defensive Open; and Now 21, (D), TUB-
since 1963 and his consistent SC College' ROTCIs losophies of a large number of units at Alabama State for four kegee Institute Homecoming-
that developed teams that Classic).
styli has earned him over$15,- national organizations, writes years Thanksgiving
000 In one of the last won more than 38 games during -
every Needed "Judge Haynsworth't record:
this span.
fix seasons.- has been one of consIstint: opposition BethtjReCooknanStvcleRts
After more: than 395 Grand Holbert related' that heir expecting -
to desegregation His about 60 players to turnout
races (a mark that is 'd'r
second bnl> to Richard Fetty's FT. BENNING, GA. --- The nomination is another in a ',.I,; :'.1' and Is depending heavily on Return
total of 4(6 among active drivers president of South Carolina series of actions by the adml :'1'" r freshmen and transfers to take
), 50,000''raclag' miles, State ,College told a group of nlstration calculated to slowor "' ::. +* up much of the slack left by the
1"M :
$119,000 In prize money and a Rllerv.OIncerTralnineCorpsIn.tructort reverse progress in civil .,, missing players. Although From Austrian
single victory -- the Jacksonville here recently that if rights. It must be considered ), there will be 30 returning let-
200 in 1963 .- Scott still the ROTC is to survive as a part along with: the administration termen, much of this year's action Two Bethune-Cookman College
manages lo survive among the o( the educational program,then slowdown In school desegre' DR. WILLIAM E. LEE(left), research chemist at Eastman 'Kodak, his pen unanimous will depend on how much coeds are among 31 American -

likes of such factorysupporteddrivers the military Itself must be gallon enforcement,pa r ttcu- ly elected: president of the Urban League of Rochester, N.Y, With Dr Lee in Ms laboratory last year's freshmen maturedto students and faculty representing -
as Petty, David Pearson amenable and agreeable to discussion laxly its recent: request for Is Dr. John Leemakers, vice president and the director: of Kodak's research laboratories meet the challenges of 1969. 31 colleges and universities '
debate.Dr. The bright this season are
and spots
,' LeeRoy Varbrough and delays in implementing Its who was renominated to the Urban League's board directors. Dr. Lee, who recently returning to the
M. Maceo Nance. Jr. Robert Williams Arthur Lyles
Cale ,
Yarborough. is head of the United States after summer
Photographic Kodak
""An Independent driver Is delivered the opening addressfor amendments to the Education Joined In 1959 He received President Smith, Lester Sims,
just kidding himself when he a five-day orientation pro- Appropriations Bill with the. his doctorate, master's and bacealaareite degrees from Ohio State University. (NPI and McDonald Arrlngton, on the an residency Institute at, of the Gras international Center

tries to outrun factory cars," gram to prepare Army officers support of the House Republican { Photo). line, Lloyd Ivey at quarterback studies, University of Gras,
Scott said "The only way to for ROTC duty on college and leadership and without Alonzo Pickett and Bennie Austria.

make any money Is to run justas university campuses any expressed opposition Benton at fullback and Lara D. Flshburne of Jacksonville -
fast as your equipment will He told the Instructors the from agencies or the White Diomia Ross Seeking Unemployed Roosevelt Anderson at flank Florida and Carolyn
best argument for the ROTC at Much of the
let you and hope that some of House etc."Mr. Aronson offers er. ball-carrying Bruton of Lake City, Florida,
Negro colleges Is Its Impor- activities will depend Joel
the factory cars will fall out of
a strong solution are Sociology majors.The .
the rac,." tance in balancing the number oppo and Joseph Smith, the twins
students engaged in
The ageless Scott who owns of black and white officers in sition. He says "Theonlycourse Sees Mixed from Union Town, along with
courses related to the culture
available Is to oppose ,
and maintains a 1961Fordflg. the military. Fleet Charlie Weeks
the Haynswoith nomination history, philosophy, and geog-'
Among the 100 Instructors
urei he has "a few good yearsleft
of Eastern
graphy Europe.
as a driver.. ,but his pri- the program were LieutenantCol. with all the strength! we can The Hornets were especially Course worktookmany students
mary concern is amassing Samuel Washington, and muster Hearings on the nomination Doting As happy over the return of Bruce behind the Iron Curtain to such
enough purse and point moneyto Capt. Charles E. Hobbs, assigned began September 9, Taylor, a 230 lb. lineman from countries the Soviet Union
build a second car for one of to Florida ALM University with Mississippi's James 0. Montclair, New Jersey Tay- as the
his sons to drive on the Grand ; Maj.,,James L. Par- Eastland as chairman With Groovy r lor, sat out last season after and Yugoslavia during per
iod In which the U.s.A. was
National circuit son, Capt. Joseph L, Creaseyand In a few days, rushed through two All-Conference seasons putting the, first man on the
"I have two sons dying to get Capt. Aggrey V, Anderson the nomination will reach the with the Hornets to work at A number of European
into racing," Scott said, "and assigned to Jackson State Senate floor. Aronson urges YORK, September S- home. Coach Holbert said, students and professors also
I'm going to do everything I College; Capt. Uriah McGrady all Black Americans and Diana Ross of the Supremessaid "The Hornets can only continue participated In the Center.,
can to give them that chance." assigned to North Carolina today that black-white ( to will II Donnell Williams,
Wendell, Jr., .la 22 and Frankie A4 TI; and Capt.Michael B.Dun- others Interested to write ing and Intermarriage are the 230 Ib. center linebacker, Highlights of the Gras experience
who attends Mrth Carolina can and Maj. Benjamin F, RobInson their senators urging them "groovy" things helping to a- along with linebacker Larry Included a reception
In the historic
College, is 21, Both sons are aSslgnedtoSouthCarollna to vote NolCOllCar.r.nt! thieve Integration In the truest Shaw's help curtail the enemy Castle given Eggenberg
experienced ,mechanics and ,State College with the r.leasefrom sense. backs. by Styrlam Governor
have worked as their dad's Other colleges and universities Speaking out In a current Alabama State opens September Joseph Kralner. The Castle
crew for several seasons represented were University Look Magazine Interview,Diana 19 against Savannah at home has hosted such guests as Napoleon
;{The tint race at Talladega of: Alabama, Unlver- said she feels no resentment in Hornet Stadium at 7.30 p.m. and Queen Elizabeth.
should ,be ,nter.UngScott ,,'City of Mississippi Florida Institute h when she sees a white girl dating The remainder of the schedule Also notable was hospitality
said, "and we're Jooldng forward 'of,Technology Florida I r a black man, or vice versa j'S shown the students by the Mayor
to ', seeing the track. I Southern College, Georgia In- a "I happen to love a black man," and people Gras, Austria's second -
Natufall,. we don't ,expect to i.stltute of Technology University she said, but added: NAACP Units Assist largest clt). Over 200
overwhelm anybody.. but we'lldo of Georgia, Florida State "It's not that you-just have Americans associated with the
the best we can." University, University of Southern with a black woman If Storm Area VictimsNEW Center were feted on several
occasions at the famous Gras
Action at the world' newest Mississippi Davidson Col- you're a black man, or white
and most comttetrnotprspprt', legeTh Citadel Wake Forrest ':woman, white man,it's whoever NlVL Clock Tower. .
facility kicks W wlffl ttchnlfU I ,College, Vanderbilt University you enjoy being with as people. I YORK. -- In the wakeof The Gras' Center is a pro
Inspection ajid&racJjoJyjuigJjf. Georgia Military "',College .,. t the devastating ,, hurricane gram of the Association of Colleges
lilt oure nab right) for.that'" man,
day, Sept 9. Clemson University and Tennessee whatever color, you're j just not R6U'1.r' + Mt 1'i have" wormed lfMCP'Prr"oMe( TOli:=Tsure and Universities for--stud IntenratlomUlntereullural -
Qualification trials over the Technical University. going to be with him anyhow" assiduously
2.66-mile high-banked ((33 degrees The orientation program was Diana commented In the Interview equal treatment of Negrovictims lea The Executive Directorof
in the, north and south conducted by the U.S. Army' the Aronson office! li that she didn't believeIn of the nation's worst the Association II. Dr.Rich
turns) layout Infantry and the Third a letter from Roy Wilkins, storm, reports received In the ard N. Bender, a staff mem-
are set for Wed- Army. the Idea of racial separation ELLIS Y01K with brief case in hand catches the attention ofTampa's
here this week ber of the Board of
nesda Included In the five-day executive secretary of the National Office HigherEducation
afternoon. course
> don't think there should be
Fla) Central Avenue residents as he starts in his
N A A reveal. Branches in the stricken United Methodist
The $37,150 'Bama 400 for were lessons In effective public C P. Mr. Wilkins, any separation whatsoever ,
XASCAR's Grand Touring com speaking, presentation techniques -. a forceful and aggressive she said, declaring: search foi young men with dreams of full employment Tort, an-ts of Louisiana and Mississippi Church. The Oral Center Is
an executive with Honeywell's Comin!onicatlons and Data Pro- Involved. served distinguished Advisory
of teaching American were deeply by a
petitors will be
the first rac- rights leader, writes "The "Then, that's what the worldIs
ing event at the $II million fa- military history. constitutional rights of millIons trying to get at, isn't it? ducts Division in Tam,:a, Is on six-mlillth loan to the National Following filing of a complaint Council which Includes
of Americans will be Aren't we trying to blend and Alliance of Businessmen to spearhead Its concentrated local by Aaron Henry president two current member of the U.
of the Mississippi State S. Congress, the former Ambassador -
mix compalgn to find employment for hard-core unemployed.
..............*. '........*.... less secure if Judge Hayns children together" as one, as God's (NPI Photo). NAACP Negro refugees who to the U. S. from
worth is appointed) had been segregated! attheState Austria, and other government
E iuu 'Donfu ono GO TOTOIH' TO BEt Mr. Wilkins noted; "In several N College In Jackson were removed and education leaders from the
landmark civil rights The ParadeNEW to the Integrated facilities U.8. and Europe.
cases Judy Haynsworth hat Sports Cleaning Stove at Camp Shelby Phillip

I E. LOW PRICE ,i been a spokeman for segre Savage an NAACP field director Acrylic Paints'

gation. He was on the side YORK. (NPQ -- Johnny Sample, outstanding corner- Most Displeasing : Investigated conditions
of Prince Edward County, back for the world champions New York Jets and former Mary- at Camp Shelby. Make Easy

E DRUG STORE NEEDS jj Va., when It sought to abandon land State star, was hospitalized with a back strain after he Dr.Meanwhile Gilbert , Mason Biloxi,,branch Rise,

.. iTrada its public school failed to respond to treatment by the team physician. Sample Of JobsWhen president reported no evidence That DecoratingAcrylic
system rather transferred from the Jets training to Lenox
than Integrate camp Hill asked of discrimination,' excellent
U with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL MEETU.ANY ; be upheld a school SAMPLE hospital HOSPITALIZED.. week. housewives Westinghouse this question they teamwork and cooperation the paints which simulate

:: PRICES ADV. m YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. we deliver. transfer program designed found that she hates Ironing the Gulf Coast area. He found genuine oils and dry more
J.We ijfo fill all Doctors' Prescriptions PDixie to thwart desegregation t to FINISHES IN MONEY most. Then,the most obnoxious "white and black folks suffering quickly have another advantage
amlnimam: ;; he defended chores, in order, are cleaningthe and sharlngh alike and receiving The brushes used are speedily
SUTTON, Mass -- (NPI) -- Lee Elder, the "New Black
discrimination a glint Negroes Toast" of Professional Golfers Association was In top form stove, scrubbing floors, equal services" The cleaned by''swishing through
in federally-assisted cleaning closets, w..hinr"trin- worst discrimination was re- warm suds and rllII... The
I last week, as he shot a sixzlingfour-roundtotel of 286 strokesto
Pharmacy | hospitals. finish a fourth-place tie with Bruce Crampton, and pocket dows, scrubbing bathrooms, ported by Emmett Douglas, easy cleanup makes the paints'
His appointment will build $3,323 In price money, In the Avco Classic Golf Tournament. washing walls, and cleaning the president of the LoulslanaState especially good for children who
refrigerator NAACP, In notorious Plaquemines are more likely to miss the canvas
into the Supreme Court for Elder topped such other golf stalwarts is Tommy Aaron, CharlesCoody

I .1312 KINCS ROAR AT MYRTLE .S years to further come further hindrances Dave Stockton and: Doug Sanders r- Parish. occasionally

delays further
\ denials of consltltutlon STOKES GET $16,000MONTICELLO
: thrss 353-553) :i al rights and further racial N.Y. -- (NPI) -- The 11th annual Maurice

.alIenation. His appointment Stokes benefit game, played at Kutsher's Sports acad.myl..t Are Beautiful
week, raised a total of $16,321 for theStokes Fund. The tmual
5 PAY YOU LICIT IATEI AND : will millions shake of the confidence of' contest, matching the professional stars of the East and West
Americans !hove
of the National Basketball Association, Is designed to raise
'S. TELEPHONE BILLS AT Oil STOlE primary source of law and funds to pay the hospital bills of Stokes former Cincinnati SEE YOUT 'ENTIRE WEDDING IN BEAUTIFUL: COLOR

rt. I order-tbe belief that the Judicial Roys star, who has been paralyzed since March IS, 1S58.

:...............$.......% ..... Justice.process will product ANTI-SLUM "FREEDOM CLASSIC". Complete Photo Wedding Service"WE

LOS ANGELES -- (NPI) Residents of Los Angeles' ghetto

will benefit from the proceeds of "Freedom Classic" football GIVE YOU THESE SERVICES", ','
game matching the Alcorn college LAM Braves of Lorman,
Miss., and Grumbling of Louisiana the
college In Memorial
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Angeles Urban League I )l
BATON ROUGE, La. (NPI) Southern university and 3. PHOTO AT FINAL GOWN FITTING ;
Hampton institute will both field new head coaches during the I'
upcoming 1969-70 football season. Southern's new mentor 4. PHOTOS BEGINNING TO END OF WEDDING CEREMONY .f .
will be Alva Tabor, who has returned to the university aftera

two-year stint as scout-coach with the New Orleans Saintsof 5. FREE"GIFT THANK YOU NOTES" +
the National Football League,,while Hampton's field boss
( 5' 5 will be Whitney Van '
t, Cleve.
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:: to offer protection to the 1969
) ; : star Gale Sayers during
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I Hampton Institute Adds Two New Coaches To The Pirate Football Team For '69 I IOhllil

Ronald Miller|| Joins Giiitsvill Sti cots EHJOY Sports North Ca.ltu'St.f.: Sc ..1 I'' I

With Misseirta Sandy lowersHAMPTON w Ii4iW. 1 Of ERfheeriig Accredited

GREENSBORO, N.C. The varsity administration and the
INSTITUTE, Hampton, Virginia .. Two new School of Engineering at North faculty are to be commended
coaches were announced last week for the Hampton Institute Carolina ALT State University ,for determination,perils
pirate football team by Dr. Herman N. Hellion chairman of was notified last Thursday that tance and thoroughness la developing
the Department Physical Education. M Its curricula have been fully programs la engineer
accredited by the Engineers'
The offensive line will be season In a game with More- Council for Professional Development Although operating under severe
coached by Ronald Miller,a as- house.
(CECPD), highest accreditation financial limitations, the
Uve of MuslUon, Ohio and a In the 196t season Bowers agency In the nation school<< has made orderly development
of Cortland "
graduate State, was the leading for
ground gainer engineering education. of programs keepIng -
Cortland New York. Coach In the Central Intercollegiate In winning accreditation,AT with curricula objectives.
Miller replaces Dave Grant who Athletic Association Needless joins North Carolina State University The report also cited A&T's
reaigned. to say, he made All CIAA that at Raleigh afld Duke University effective use 01 consultants to
pirates coaching staff will also fear. In 1968 Bowers the
played as only Institutions assist In the development andImprovement
be aided by student Sandy we first three games of the In North Carolina with approved of their programs
Bower He will be assistant season, leading the team la schools of engineering. Only la keeping with currlcealt
back coach. A senior sociology rushing only to learn that It two other black colleges In the objectives"
major from St.Louis,Missouri was detrimental to nation have been
Ms health approved by the The report also cited AAT'seffective
Bowers had his football to continue playing Council. use of consultants to
playing career ended by a head At Cortland State, Miller was Meeting the Council's high assist lathe development and
Injury received In the 1987 a four-year veteran standards for
guard-line accreditation
/'i> Improvement of their pro.
backer and in addition he was were AT's programs architectural Rams
Matthew Brown captain of the team his senior electrical and mechanical The leadership provided by
I year He received a Bache. engineering the new Dr. Amory, and
lor of Science degree In physiCal A&T already has graduated the capable department chairmen -
Asslt. AthleticA education from this lasH hundreds of engineers who are give promise of further
tutlon. t P working In government, business Improvement In faculty, facilities
Miller, a stock line coach, r and Industry according and curricula," the report
& T Director also was a student and coach at l to Dr.Reginald Amory, deanof further stated.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, the school, '"accreditationwill
GREENSS'ORO. N. C. New York. At Syracuse he received stimulate recruiting of our
Matthew Brown, a native of a master's degree In GAINESVILLE-= The":sounds of summer are fast coming "";;selor leads a group of undvrprtvlleced children In a game of graduates by the most prestigious TAKING STEPS
Canton, Ohio and former Ohio physical education. to an end u children prepare to return to classrooms. But .volleyball at the University's Camp Wauberg where a summer firms In America. It CertaIn Australian aborifiiMS
State football star, Thursdaywas Miller and Bowers are two of happy times such as these will be remembered as the younger time program recently ended. Project Samson, Involving close will open new doors for us In believe that they can lame an
appointed assistant to the three new coaches announced by set looks forward to another summer c freedom nine months to 500 volunteer University students, la a continuing program research and service" enemy by putting sharp atonesor
athletic director at North Carolina Hampton this year. away. Here, a University of Florida Project Samson coup' designed to help the area's low-income families ._ The report stated "the Uni _. _bOkenIrI..ln_ footprints.
ALT State Nellson ----
University here. announced the appointment .
Brown, who has been serving of Whitney L. Van ,
as assistant football coach and Cleve as head football coach for ee
head tennis coach, will serveas 1969-70 In late May of this year. fps R $TA TE tour
administrative assistant to Van Cleve served Tuskegee Llff,t IN AN"iAiT
Albert Smith, athletic director. Institute as football coach In E F'fIANwRrpnb, .
Smith also named Thomas 1949; football coach for Cramb. ASA '
Bjnura as head athletic trainer ling College during 1950-55, PICTUU s/GN/' ;: 'I"r' '
"I am happy to have both of head football coach at Tuskegeein OF A '' .
these men to Join our athletic 1955-64, and head football FISH! .ttJ, 1 /
staff," said Smith. "I am sure coach for Alabama State College : ;" '
they will make a valuable con during the years 196468.. :C.
trlbuuonto, our growing pro Van Cleve's total football re- ..,, .,." '.' _._,., .
gram" cord as head coach reads 77
Brown, a graduate of Canton wins, 49 losses and 8 ties n rl1" ,
McKinley High, first came to
ALT In 1849 under former head Just 28 '
coach Bill Bell, also former South Carolina State
Ohio State great. Brown left years
oUT In 1853, but returned to ,.. "?
the staff last year. Readying For VictoryORANGEBURG
He played quarterback at Ohio
State from 1943-45 and In 1944 S.C..."South their ability. aFter
guided the Buckeyes to their Carolina State College a strongcontender Backing up Benjamin will be : the end of slavery
first undefeated season In 27 for the SIAd football quarterback Robert Scott who
years. crown opened practice with 65 delivered In crucial situations i
While coaching at ALT before players Including lettermen several times last season. He 1 ,
Brown developed champ. and 18 freshmen.The completed 22 of 64 passes for '
lonshlp tennis and boxing teamsIn title-hungry Bulldogs 343 yards and a touchdown. 'I
predominately-Negro who compiled an Impressive 7.2r.cord If the need should arise the black
Central Intercollegiate Athletic a year ago, are big Bulldogs will rely on fresh a performed
Association (CIA). fast, and possess an abundanceof man quarterback Benjamin surgeon
Brown's son Matt Brown Jr. talent In the offensive back- Samuels from Portsmouth'sVa.
li a halfback on the ALT football field ( .) Norcom High School.
team. His two nephews, However, Coach Oree Banks Samuels a fine passer Is 6-4
Mark and Richard Brown are and his staff are worried about and weighs 220. He drops back thefirst..successfulheart.
stalwarts on the,Canton-Mc-. depth In other areas,especially fast and has a quick release. ,, .
Ida!!?leantua:; .. the del nsly line; The Bulldogs ends are ex- .
wv -
J )G v' A .
l'WQ ,laCklea", M)4met3Wal'candidate ) peeled to be even better than a +
;James Evans, 6-5, year ago when they accountedfor "
( 220, and Larry Hurley, 6-7, 11 of the 17 touchdownsthat
Witch 244 and end Red Davis, 8-1. the Bulldogs earned the
230, will key the defensive line
This Clown but there Is no experience at air.Waging a battle for the startIng operation.
the guard slots.In positions are Odell Sumter,
the defensive backfield e.2. 220; Fellle Sweat, 6-0,
89 ,
48 71
some of the experienced play. 192 and Al Young e.2. 189 ,
; ,. i L' .
,I.,., ri .'w ,,' ...
ers will Include Robert Hemby Ervln Beale, 6-2, 232,converted '' '
8.3. 1110. and Christopher Lawrence from fullback to end Is also ',;,4/S'> :: "
11 23 II a pair of fine defensive In the thick of the battle 1
backs and sophomore Gregg Sweat caught 20 passes and "
5 7 Harris, a quick reading line scored four touchdowns,follow Old Taylor Presents Ingenious Americans
: '
backer. ed by Young with 21 and four
Willie Reese an All-SIAC touchdowns and Sumter with 17
't linebacker In 1967, has rejoined and three
Dr Daniel Hale Williams
2 ,0, the. team after a year'sabsence. ((1858-1931))

Led by tackle Clarence Keg. let* GoBY

,5..21. If ler 6-5 average, 266,6-2 the offensive and 230. linewill Joe 1893. Memories of the Civil By the time he was twelve, his Only eight years after gradua

Hudson a 8.3, 271-pouDd sophomore fWk w War were still fresh. Black Americans father had died and his mother had tion, Williams founded Provident

640 96 47 for tackle All-Conler.nt.honor., Is also a candidate .. llimn OMJMT BOB Otftor BacWSISB<<** were just'beginning to get used deserted. Hospital, the first infirmary open to

The explosive Bulldog back. to the idea of freedom. Few of them Moving to Wisconsin, young all patients and physicians, regardless
Sometimes He's up,Sometime Held Is led by sophomore quarterback FISHING FOR FROGSIf
able to higher Dan of creed.
a together
were scraped enough
He's pursue money race or
down. He Adds,Subtracts Birto Benjamin. The you're a hard working
He works It all around. f Orlando, Fla., native steppedIn fisherman, the kind who education. barbering to put himself From Chicago, Dr. Williams

last year after the Bulldogs doesn't like to quit even when But already some black Americans through a local academy. From was called ,to Washington to reor'
97, 63 54ComingAttractloa : lost their first two games and the fish aren't biting, frogglng
guided South Carolina State to sport may for be just the spare.time { were reshaping not only their there he went to Chicago, and with ganize and head the Freedman'sown
: lag seven 14 straight touchdown victories passes throw.and Not only Is frogglng an exciting country, but the world. Sevthe help of a prominent family, he Hospital then operated by the Fed

11 34 60 adding eight on the ground. you'll way have to spend some a good night eating but enty-five years before an African graduated, from Northwestern eral) Government He organized

Fighting berths to In maintain the backfield their from your catches Frog legs, Negro gave his heart for the first Medical School. Freedman's into departments col.
DAYSIIUIIEIED ; breaded and deep-frld, are a
,MAN'S' are Wallace Richardson, 6-2, gourmet's delight.No successful human-heart transplant, lected a staff of twenty specialists,

t IllS.Samuel a Leaphart hardrunnlng, 6-0 fullback, 181,; necessary special to catch equipment frois. Ac.Is an American Negro performed the and created the beginnings of a

senior flanker who was switched cording to the finning author. world's first successful heart"I nursing school.
from halfback; and Jesse HIM at Mercury outboard, all
Numbered.Health Under Williams' administra-
';'K II Days art Almond, 8.0. 212. you need Is a good flashlight, operations
and Fortune eanbeYom'swhen Challenging them are Clifford a burlap bag and a quick It happened on a cold, windy tion,this once-primitive institution
know your LockyDays. McClaln Ernest Burgess,. hand. There are other method .
'you and Willie Aldridge.McClaln *, nl course, but catching night, when a knifing victim was housed in pre-Civil War buildings,

Lucky Colors,Set. 6-1, 219, fullback, them. by hand Is more sport rushed to Chicago's Provident Hos j soon became the model for. today's
Send $2.00 for your ln(
All-Conference guard
was an
,Horoscope Guide for last season. His ability and It usually takes two personato pital. The wound was a fraction modern hospital.

SEPTEMBERFill moves as a fullback In the the frog boat by, easing hand. One gently operates up to an inch from the man's heart. Even without that historic
spring game virtually assureshim the frog while his partner leans Under the medical conditions heartoperationDr.Williamswouldof
In toe blank below"and of seeing plenty of action over the bow, flashlight trained
mall to ZODIAC, Post Office when the season gets underway on the frog's' eyes, ready to 1893, the man was almost a sure have been considered a great man.

Box 11711 Jacksonville* Fla sophomore Junior Ernest Willie Aldridge Burgess two and grab range.the frog when he's within goner. X-rays weren't yet discover' {' But) that medical "first" put, him

NAIE'STRUT flashy halfbacks, who contributed Be lure to squeeze tight'once ered. Blood transfusions were practically into a very select class. The class of
to the Bulldogs fine season your hand closes around him '
last year, are standing In the Frogs are slippery critters, and unknown. There were no truly Ingenious Americans.
DATEJylt.jjB1T: wings for their chance to show, and unless be held tightly will. 'jump modern "miracle drugs." Would' to own; this

gone Yet, with incredible skill, Dr. handsome sculptured bust of Dr.D.

Williams attempted the long shot. H.Williams? It's 8" tall,made of antique .
i" (
I lit Hie. I ,( 'iff-1"'" ( 'u'"al 11011(1. ,
And his patient became, the first bronze cast stone, and carries

man to survive a heart operation. the complete Williams story. It

/ tanlJ1titl Had it been any other hospital I costs $5.00 (which is what it costs

6d ea or any other surgeon, the man us). Send check or money order tor

might have died within the hour. OldTaylorBox4865S.GrandCenSewed -.

TON ITE up the human heart," head. tral!Station. Newyork,N.'Y.10017.

lined Chicago newspaper. a Please allow 8 weeks for delivery.

I ;MATINEE'1st Race 8:15 P.M.WgTJjSAT. That hospital operating room e' lxferexplreslkc,31,1969
from the small
was a long way
"DIRECT: .TO Wick IN AIRCONDITIONED COMFORT I frame house outside Pittsburgh .<

att where Daniel Williams .was' born. Old IUV lor :H.

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? FAMU 's Latest' Gift Black Georgia Speaking For Affirmative Aclion Cleaver's I Soil- I

Teenagers Return

l:: OB Ice Draws

From Trip To USSRNEW .,/, 'r1'. .. ,

Georgia teenagers returned! Ire Of Mpcitor
from a thrilling trip to tile'! '
Soviet Union recently. Mini'
girl and four boy., Washing I' e SAN FRANCISCO: Cleaver's
ton students, made the trip with best seller, "Soul On Ice," and
their Russian language teacher. Lerol Jones best seller"Dutch .
They enjoyed the friendliness man,' have brought the wrath
but disliked the "horrible of the California state superintendent -
food" They visited In homes of schools, to be extent
and saw Moscow,Leningrad and that he has announced that

Tallnn. r t td I be might decertify any public
school teachers who use their
College T Textbook' >sPYih books In their classes:
Dr Max Rafferty emphasised
that teachers could lose their
Analyzes Nutrition
The educator contends that the
prepared and
books contain
objectionable four
planned U an Introductorylevel -
college textbook,Is also an letter words. He said that use
Florida At M University Is one of 25 schools fortunate enough excellent food reference book of these words would lead to
to receive computers from the Technical Educational Consortium for the conscientious home- "profanity and falsehood' lie
Only one other southeastern Institution, Alabama A & If, maker. DetdledlDtormatlooanutl1t1on said a code In California wouldbe
Husts/Ule, was selected. Dr, Thomas Jackson, above, head of food selection, meal broken ,
the FAMU Technical Department, Is shown examining the machine planning and food purchasing Is On educator: a school sypf
The computer will be used for tioublesho ,ting studentsIn backed up with chapters on etiquette Intendent In San Francisco)
table appointments, and Robert L. Jenkinshasted'remove
much the same way as sold automobiles are used In compe- meal
tition to set which ones can correctly diagnose and correct a the books from If
mechanical failu?e. circulation 'qt14
However, Mayor loselil.of \
TOOTHACHE San Francisco polnte(;'

Don suffer-nitro that Rafferty's announcementletantamount *
--- LAKE PARK ESTATES piln' In seconds 11 mllllont' do elth to"meddling."Allo-
ORA'JEl. .Many dintliti rtcommtn0 to said the books may be offensive -
mini ORA JEl until
LOVELY HOMES profmlonil, trutmentora'jel''M you fit but the teachers must
Si I. Leger Di, Howe Dr. Barry Dr. *X'' : be given the right, with per-
$15,000.3 BR, 2 BA, Coiner Lot ii mission of the local boards of
$18,500.3 BR, 2 BA, Den, Fenced education, to use thelrdts-
$'3,000.3 BR, 2 BA, Family Rm., Brick .. F cretlon
Mayor Alloto further said that
New York -- Eleven Medical Service Representatives of the developments that be
can expected In medicine by the if the teachers don't push freedom
STONER REALTY-REALTORS J. B, Roerlg Division of Chas Riser ft Co, Inc. discuss turn of the century. These eleven Roerig men, rep esent- by securing an injunction

.7646 III Timer Rd.- 164.4561 the dlvlslin's new "Affirmative Action Program" duringa log nine states across the county, are all full-time Mtd- against Rafferty, the city might
recent seminar held at Pfizer World ical Service
day-long Headquarters Representatives for the company. Much of the have to go to court. Alloto said
here. The program, soon to be Initiated nationwide time they devote to the
program will be their own Roerig he does not approve of the bo.ks
I will Involve talks by these men to Interested groupsof is one of the pharmaceutical marketing divisions of Chas but he will fight for local control -,
high school-age students with emphasis on the Importance Pfizer L Co Inc. one of the world's largest prberl)( : of of education.
WE APOLOGIZEDo fOilCONTRACTORS' of education as a preparation for a business career.In antibiotics and other Pharmaceuticals
HOmS'( addition to speaking of their own experiences in the

To Misminitineiit OR The Part Of _P111110 u.u. .u RISTAURINTS[. .u__ __ pharmaceutical Industry, themen will_ stress the exciting

The Promoter "THE( GENO GONZALES TRIO" DUVALICEtFUELCD2tl.. Ilk SI, 353-1631pieiuis. .I ( Children Must HAIL TO THE SNAILOn

1 IDF Liwyers Move To Delay one little shell was built the wealth of. I the anticnt (city of
Wis Unable To Perform List, Smear Sept. Tyre. in Phoenicia ."
Eat Foods

At THE KOBRA CLUB __ ( IN. 'Slit? ,Miss., .ANti-Ileck. talks. .,

Signed GENO GONZALES NO REPEAT NIGHT NO ATLANTA GEORGIA. In Mississippi, attorneys of the For Well Being II If you want better whiskey ;i

VIM OR VIGOR POOR Fearing that 360,000 black stu NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Ever thought much about the '
MARIATAL RELATIONS NO dents In Georgia schools will Fund,Inc. ( LDF ) as foods your child eats? Foods go right to the top.Seagram's .
not be consumed by rapidly growing
SEX DESIRES INCOMPATIBILITY "adequately represented sert.The
ATTENTION Check your problemand ," by the V. S. Department motion to Intervene was children are extremely Impor- 7 Crown.
=. let us ( or our other helpful of Justice, LDP attorneys filed Tuesday, September 2. tant for their development and Say '
Intervened In V. 8. District The LDF Georgia Negroes their general well-being. Seagram's and BeSure.,
Learn to Style Wigs I ITo make $50 up Financing available. sources ) HAPPINESS Court here to their behalf. "oppose the granting of Three good meals a day and
$400 or more In your Home or you may use your B.A.card Negro, "views will remain any further delays In Implementing nutritious between-meal.nacu. I
Business. Complete course or MC Card. unheard In the event the United unitary school systemsIn are a must. That means giving
$75. Course available from OTHERS. Confidential and NO States determines to allow such Georgia," the court was told. 'special attention to lunch at
obligation, but if you care to delay," as was recently granted At present, the case consistsof school. A hearty meat sandwich i
FLA. WIG STYLING ACADEMYFor send money, any amount wU| the United States America, cream soup made from f f't
help In continuing these good as planttff, versus the State of milk and fresh fruit make up a
services. GOOD SAMARITAN ATTENTION! I Oeorl a, the Georgia State balanced sack lunch. Top this 't

liforntioi Call 355.0910 P.O. Box 18.313WOODBUId, .Will buy metaphysical book Board of Education, and State off with energy-providing 'tt.
Superintendent of Schools like Chocolate Chip Cookies
N.J. 08096It entitled "Christ Enthroned
The LDF argues that neitherIt made with Baker's German's t.
In Man" by Cora Sillmore. nor Georgia Negroes have any Sweet Chocolate and Coconut ?
.--Wul pay cash Phone 353- present control, "In law or In Orange Bars made with Baker's
9942. fact, over the course of the Semi-Sweet Chocolate.
I smart to shop at Jox litigation except Insofar as the Mothers responsible for r- .1
Attorney General or his representatives feeding children must keep In ILIitk
S S LIliES ,
$ choose to hear..." mind: why foods are requiredto ,
Earn extra Christmas money LDF cooperating attorneys make youngsters strong and
Peter E. Rlndskopf and Howard keep them healthy, and what ,
as a Lander Cosmetic Consultant -
Moore, Jr., Atlanta, filed the foods bring about these desired ji
Good COlllm. bonus J

JcL ; I ll Z2Z7hy 1y gifts No restricted area. LDP They motion.are backed up by LDF results.Energy ,from foods makes i Ji
Choose own hours Car needed Staff attorney Norman Chachkln breathing heartbeat, blood circulation
Immediate opening for In LDF New York City head- and strenuous play activity J,
management For Interview, quarters. possible. Food also provides -
Gill Oily At caD 356-2324. building materials for developing i
'Your GoodHellth strong teeth and bones,
Kings Road and strong muscles. Repairing
and Rushing FOR RENT body tissue (as healing cuts and ;
8th ft Davis Sts21st scratches) and maintaining the
Use A ft Myrtle 0I Furnished Apartment' No body in good health are also J
: Children 355-0111 SEAGRAM OlSmiERJ COMMIT.ItC, IUlDED .
attributed to proper foods in Solon 811 prom eim11i.UIRAl pRna
I N BANKAMERICARD :33rd ft Moncrief
Your Of each case of Infectious your child's diet.
:Edgewood at Cleveland Rd FOR RENTFurnished nepanns.... reported. -last year, it

Is estimated that about 30 or
J'ricetgoedIthru .Apt. Phone : 354- more go undiagnosed as such.
Wednesday, Septem er 17th r
4049. This disease Is spread by water,
food, and hands that are contaminated -
3 Bedrooms-Garage ,,foods taken from polluted 1OPEIONG
1850 East 24th St.Like new, waters. .
Q'Hm: @illilli Hardwood Floors New paint The Incubation period Is about
all over Curb Gutter Stred ''29 days and the period when
Only $48.00 per month If qualified the victim is most likely to D
i 111r11N'rFDr under See 235 of FH A. transmit the disease to othersis
Owner 764-1323. from several days before
I until 8 or 7 days after the on-

I FOR SALE "set.Persons who refuse to associate -

3..99 with recovered patientor
'2 Unit Apt.-hse.. 6 Rooms to attend the funeral of a
'up and 6 Runs Down Pit, 'I victim of hepatitis are acting out
5tht .Ent. Pvt4 Bth. Paved and of an unwarranted fear and stand
close to good schools Close In greater danger from association -
In town 208 Sykes Street ; with any of their friends .
between Liberty ft Market .who may be In the late Incu- 520 I FLORIDA AVE.
St Price $4,700 Phone 356
Although no cases have been
2930 I PHONE 3549649FRANCIS
I' .'directly traced to swimming (
pools, these pools are a potential
sourceof.preadafhepae y FORBES
FOR SALE title, especially U they do not
I I I.i : ,have continuous filtration and OWNER-MANAGE*
-- chlorination or are overcrowd-

who has never had the
: t disease can get It, but children 4:00 PM FRIDAY! FREE BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS!

and young adults are most sus DELICIOUS FOOD SPECIALS!
J 4--.5 ceptible. Although It may be
P"S"2 uJ11Y1 i'j' \ spread through Intimate contact
from one member of a family HOME OF THE
ANREG. I to another, there U very little /
EDE risk of Its spreading from one
Under New Federal Program, member of a schoolroom or
,1S C Bottled In California at the Winer 15-2,3 and 4 Bedroom homes office to another. The prevalence
la Wash Bts.. area. Unheard of the disease Is greatest -
; GREYSTONE WINES of low down pay and low/low. In the fall and early winters.
low monthly payments! Hepatitis usually starts with
headache, fatigue depression, "
' Sweet Dessert nausea and a felling of heaviness 'TO EAT OR'TO OPFNINOIIP4NJ c
CALL la the abdomen. Jaundice
Choice of II, WIT develops' slowly I and In GO! 0
I' ,,,.-.- : Regular Sherry Muscatel CFLFe,4

I:1 Red Port White Port ONLY AT SALES: OFFICE, :many.... ,cases HospltallsaUon Is completely Is rarely ab-. THE TASTIEST &R4 lQ49 ""ION
; required.
I! Gry tton'' FULL YWttN INC. guts there. Is no specific MENU 0A
JAX I : drug for pals disease recovery IN JACKSONVILLE FOR/ I ITI
: l :I 20% "j8C depends on prolonged rest and a RIb4Y. SgSTRFET
LOW .. diet high In protein and sugar .
j 1 10th 11"31 lEI NiUT. ,11.tirr. but low In fat., Strenuous ezlt.I .
PROOF PRICE!(, ,. .f >> j I cUe and alcohcl should be o $ 'UN

I I.' 111. 't: I t I .avoided for several months after !

! : '" recovery.. .., ,
1:4: 1 l.r\: "

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