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 20, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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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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Jaxoos last week who were PROPHET HODGES
being sought by warrants following -

I quiet period of sur-.
I reillance by Federal Alcohol,
Tobacco and Fkea !agents.

Five persons were arrested on war!ants and tire on

state warrants, On the same
afternoon officers were still MURDER REVIEWED

serving warrants. .

The arrests Involved whole .
sale and retail whisky, ille *" *
gal. The State Departmeuthasbeen I liberals Seek * *

watching suspected areas Miss. Stennis
An officer of the State Bevy Jaxon Is
To Facing
age Department has been making ReorganizeDemo.

purchases inthe county, Threatened To
both in retail and wholesale ProgramATLANTA
business. Each of the five federal Sentence In
de'endajts: was placed Start Trouble

under,$500 bond and waiving Ga-Another: mile
preliminary hearings stone Alabama may be passed ASHING'OON.PresldJnt:

Charged were: Johnny Nolan, soon UDemocratlc Party Ube Murder CaseHarold Rlchard.Nixon:;ignored the lays
W 1111 am'Padgett, Lonnle rats have their way within th e and directives concerning Integration

Padgett Jr., Willis James, of next few weeks The Liberalswill in the Stennls-run stateof

MaxvlUe, and Alice James of laonch an all-out battle to W. Johnson, 16 charged with second-degree mui- Mississippi and personally
Marietta seat a Black man as national der in the slaying of Prophet Morris Edward Hodges, S3 Intervened and ordered !he

SJxty) gallons of m A} Fla.."Operation Badge," a continuing program featuring intensive recruitment committeemen from Alabama, 5729 Vernon Road on February 23, is awaiting sentence',' three-month delay In scho 1

were' found burled In qualified Negro policemen, resulted :j> the recent graduation of three black officers. They are trying to establishthe desegregation for 222 districts
Circuit ion for The
Court Judge Frank H. a new trial jury there.
near the home of of Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark is seen congratulating left to right) Officer Win phllsophy that the Nixon
Elmore deferred deliberated four hours Tued-
sentence andgae Senator
Administration is following a John Stennis! :i Democrat
Arrested on state I. Grlttn:: Officer Arnold B. Albury Jr. and Officer Hlrman H Turner.--MIAUI-
were Isaac Benjamin DEPT OF PUBLICITY TOURISM PHOTO. racist strategy and that the dolanse Attorney Wayne day beloie bringing in the verdict. chairman of the Senate
Greenland Demorcratic Party must be Ripley 10 days to file a mot- The state had asked for Armed Services Committee
section solidly reestablished There. a firit-dsgne conviction A According to information
Jenkins, Edd.e Hart
Alexander andEdwai, Hostile Blacks lore It was their plan to ask Recruiter second-degree murder carries through thepre$3Stennls"

Moncrief Road \: Angry Official the Democratic National Committee a penalty of 20 years to life in roared through!: a bias-ridden

According to in Washington.Wednes p I'llon.L letter to the Presldont that the
I reports Tell Finch Off Young Jackson Is said to have
gallons were i day to seat Rev. William delay would be grouted or the
Lewiier home. The Plan .Court Case ,*- McKlnley,'Branch Instead of ,been one of two persons Involved authorization flight would 'M

"a misdemeanor About, ,HEWT"WASHINGTON .,X R''-' Albert Jains White,. ; lathe robbery of the Voice<'',- turned over to Missouri's Democrat
., of,Peace Variety Store 1591
I of whiskey. / Rev. Branch is the candidatefor Stuart Symington No, 2
PETERSBUUG-Tbe Little Harlem Council,'Back com' :"Hundreds'o f the National Democratic( Kings Road operated by Hodges eonfmlttee merabaf.,,
self-help organization here, recently voted to charge Elsa elected oLlclkle met in Party of Afcbama.:Candidatesof Hodges, entei'ing his shop That did itl '
i For
cops with!trespassing following a happening at the head I Washington recently and, a the party have won controlof was shot four times In the back Stennis said, Nol!,

of the Council rights of the Blacks. mong other speeches, heard the school board and governing and was found crouched at the The President agreed that the
offices in Green door; clutching a revolver.Johnson's Black children of the State of
'! to Council officials, Willie Bllluo, president sail HEW's Secretary Robert County. .
! claim to have witnesses! the incident occurred a few Finch predict that the Nix von He preaches In Forkland.Rev. fingerprint, according MlstisaSppi! must wait three
.) pollcemenbroke Into the minutes after some-fruit had Administration will get Branch was presidential to testimony, was found on more months before they can:

tuarters end allowed dis disappeared form a store In more done in the way of desegregation lector for the Hunphrey-Mus- ""' the fense open cash register. D e- sit with or beside their white

and disregard for thi the neighborhood than other administrations tie ticket last year. t. ..,.t{,_ _,-.... Attorney Wayne Ripley countrymen:
were able to It Is said that the New Demon contended that the young man Senator Stennis has helped tout
BUlue.cfeD1edlowledp of the accomplish critic Coalition will lend a JOSEPH SCROGGDB was not Involved in the r o b- military funds.

s Waters thief to an officer said, and"I'm I Finch did not speak to a sum- hand ; Rep. Jultan Bond has Joe Scioggins, Jr., above has bery or in any conspiracy The Mississippi lawm: er',

investigating a burglary pathetic audience. He said the contacted many Southerners, bean appointed Maritime nee Leon Hall, 21., said to be the decree was prepared 'J> mid-

Towers, can coanywherelnnt..ntcbyour h approach accepted recently asking their support.A crultmeiit other person in the slaying August At that time Mississippi
i "moll Billue or you're the going to will give the Departments an 74-page brief reveals t hi tRains to A.E. Gibson, Maritime awaits sentence for second- authorities were read/tng< :

Opening "jail David,)k and Weaver got from panes; effective weapon for enforcing voted against all civil Administrator, U. S.:Department degree murder: districts for the "Great Deseg
the rules. The United States rights !bills which came before of Commerce. Re will regation' effort.
badges officers werewear 'Civil Service CommissionJust ,the House during his term. be concerned with recruiting Ex-Wife Aid Stennis stepped In and stopped
He did: not the of
Towers, a retirement get name the day before accusedthe The National Democratic Party canidates tor admli.;.on to the it, by order.Presld1nt .
third. The Council
SAMUEL H. built on the campus at complained Nixon regime of changing of Aiabaua contends th a t United States Merchant NL-oa received the

Appointed manager Waters College, will to Davidson Assistant who City termed ManagerDan the its approach and of disregarding '"Alabama now has more Negro Marine Academy. He is a Wife Testffy' letter, which vr.s at first hand-

opportunity; for Car scene of a grandop e invasion the rights of Black elected officials than any graduate of the Kings Point delivered to the Washington!

farm prodjcts firm w'' on Sunday, September, charge to Davidson u"rldlcdous.According citizens Finch told the mostly southernfctate More are com Academy of the class of 1963.He At Trial White House, at the San Cle.I -
quarters to Ml1UW at 4 p.m. This started the trouble Black gathering that It ,bc' In -1970 and 1972. Perhaps '' hold'a Chief Mate's li I mente White House. According.
Samuel H. Grant 192-unit complex', a burglary would be better to threaten to by then we will have e censer Scrogglns Is a native to releases, a tense situationwas
alumnus, of North some two million dol the vinclnity of Fourteenth terminate funds of those din lected a white liberal or two of Kansas City, Kas Two \women one the present created. President Nixon,

College, Durham will be officially opened Thirl. tilcts notmeoUnrdeadllnu. also The base of this party wife of a man manor accused the of seconddigTM other Defense' Secretary Laird,

graduate student, Councilman Earl John According to Finch and A t- is Black. It must reach from HEW's Finch, conferred.
noldar, of an A reception and public Miami Pledges torney General John Mitchell, its strength out into the white Judge Upholds In Criminal a formewife Court: testified On August 19 Finch scat a
post at Lincoln U. will follow. recourse to courts may be community." dispatch te thin United States
nsylvania Be will Edward Waters College more effective. Rep. Shirley The report continues "T h e School Board In They were questioned In the District Court inJacksonMiss.
trial of Thomas C. McGowan
new affirmative 12)I. Choir will be Includ $151,000 For Chisholm, D.N.Y.,copanelistand building of such a party would and cho-Ued that the Sept. 1
21. the CUff was to be Con.
gram of equal the festivities._ first Black woman electedto attract: the overwhelming majority Harper{ Case 'tinued WedietdaybeforeJud- deadline would create "chaos,
for the company III director Job Congress, emphasizes the of out-of-the-South'' a confusion and a catastrophic

the .country! and for Towers. He said th e Equality lack of wholehearted commitment lege-educated youth to the Democratic Circuit Court Judge Gerald McGowan ge A. Lloyd has Ltyton.veen charge d educational setback" He suggested -
employment! projects will offer "housing In on the part of Congress. Party. the Dec. 1 do'odllne.
TJoOat down
a declaim with shooting to death Joseph
Mlnneaplols srea.- and comfort" for the MIAMI.--The City of Mlam Finch 'aced with hostility Justice Department's
was Jerry
Friday, Sept 13, to the Franklin Proctor, 20, in the
of all races at low
interested aDd Leonard harried 1 III
: Ticksonand
through when eight
aggres- a group presented
effect that William
T. Harperdid parking lot of Dell's Liquors
Thousands rates rental or government rates give white aad Black citizens, resolutions The National Full Year Head not have tenure of office on August: 28. added to the plaas.ImmQS1ately .
has taken a leap forward, and Black Causes also presented in his : the NAACP galvanized .
devel position as an assistant Sharon Diane McGowan, for
huge project was will be the first city in t this five demands The group represents director of Into action It severed
elementaryeducation mer wife of McGowan, was
Pltts.lrgIlaks by the Edward Waters Start Director
area to make equal opportunity about 141,000work- when he its friends:ip with the Justice
Senior Citizen Homes wis: demoted separated from him at the
a factMlamtans ers Labor Sec..taryaeatp Department. apparently cemented
by the School Board time of Proctor's death. She
under the sponsorship have pledged $191, P. Shtlts and OEO'sPurasfeld: Filed ly Staff April of 1969. testified that Proctor hadbeen in 1934 when the great
Episcopal 557.60 since the beginning of were speakers, but outsiders Supreme Court decision of the
Harper, whose f.ttoroeyur.gested kissing her in the parking lot
of the African )(eth. -
drive for
a air
an OpportunitiesIndustriaUsatfon were not permitted. The century was rendered.
protection for the educator of the liquor store when Me-
Church. It
PITTSBURGH' Episcopal Center, bet remained cool insofar u the Mrs Ruby H.Morrissetto The hue and cry of Black
Pa-- though general state Gowaa pu1lteStotothedrlveway.
at 1150 Kings Rd., ter known U O.LC., whose Administration messengerswere honored recently by the staff leaders now is that the Nixon
aw had maintained .
burgh Black leaders blocks from the College that he Proctor was walking f om the
originator is the Rev Leon concernte of the Ebenezer Child Develop Administration is ignoring the
intention of giving np d In the complex are held tenure under the teacher truck She did unties the shooting '
H. Sullivan of Blackman
for airplay! and Philadelphia ment Center of the Full Year'Head tenure act. .
three-story, 99-unlt a Rev. Sullivan stortedhis Black Start of the Greater Jacksonville A three Jude; panel in the
ployment of Blacks; buildings and a cen -self-help In 1964 Cairo Police Economic Judge TJoflat ruled that the Marie Bookor McGowan,nrei Fifth Clrcut Court
ranks of white community and recreation program Opportunity educator as an assistant to sent wife of the char gedm a n,' approvedthe
la Philadelphia on the occasion of her retirement delay. Two hundred twenty-
Chief Dr. Cecil Hard arty. Superintendent said she was with him whonhe
Development was Mayor
The United Black Federation two schools will then
More than operate
4,000 through the Senior CI. does not come under turned into the parking lot but
tttfugh downtown Housing Loan Program of Miami, raised $5,000 lathe Members of 'the staff fete the tenure protection of eitherof didn't know why he topped this fall under the Fre dom-

recently to be VS. Department of Black area, whih money server : Resign PostsCAIRO. ed the retiree at her nome. e- the acts.Tleretpre. there. She claimed not. to of-Cholce plan: or under fitter
to finance plans in existence when
"Black Monday" until and Urban Develop sponsoring freshments were served Mrs according to theJudae' have seenthe shooting She schools
d the The fund closed.
have been obtained The planning began project. chef-Cairo'snewpo-. Morrissette waspresentedwith ruling,members of theuper1Dteadellt' heard McGowaa: tell the la-
was given Impetus at a luncheon lice for three months Stennis
on was unsuccessful at
The Blacks have $
The contract was a gift and a plaque for"Lead staff can be tally wounded man to get up
sponsored by the Greater ly has found the seat hot that first. It is said
March so he dulayed until
Monday. .
every lor construction in ership Guidance dine Staff demoted. Harper was one of When she went to see what had
(the Miami Chamber of Co m he has turned tattle resignation.On the Safeguard ABM System
craft onions) d 1967. The build- and for Her standlngServlce 10 who were changed in official happened she saw Proctor lying ''
and the Greater Miami bid
merce reahed
MondayofthisweekC a 50.50 vote under
tiate then we'll use la d to Children." Before her employment status on the ground with a head ,
strategy the next time completed July Coalition, in addition U B F, William H. Petersen and Mayor with this organization One principal resigned after wound.Evideic9. 'hlslea43rslllp. He got his delay.
Sam Moocur graduate of t h Lee P. Stenzel in a city He later
the Rev. James L. e resigned led the floor fight on
suit. The suit !
designed for theel- filing another presaated! by t h estate
former program in will which is hotter racially than .Mrs. Morrissette was supervising military auhorintlon
University of Is .
pending Judge TJotlat'scourt. was a 22-calfbergvo
any room can be reach ,
burp football player be director. The affairs of the many others.The teacher at the Blodgett Black education remains! much:
Aul Walters musician
Larry a
climbing stairs.An
center will be governed by a cb1ersr..lpatioDwasU. Nursery aad Kindergarten Association the same In Mississippi. I
Byrd R. Brown la
struction alarm !Is locatedln local board of dlrectois:Al- eeptedwlthou'delay. of Duval County.She Judge Orders working liquorstore
Coalition unit should a tenant a e ed nil H. Chapman Jr., past Petersen came toCar loon June is member of theSecondMlssionary said he saw McGowaa Rumor Machine

president of the Chamber of 19. It was hoped he wonldbrlng! Baptist Church,Rev.?. LAFAYETTE La.i Unite swing at Proctor and heard ;
,aid, "when you're in guards are onVuty' Commerce., drJjrej&Urman peace to the city of 8,300 He C. Same pastor, and served State District Judge Rlchtri something"pop". LOS ANGELES: "Rumor i
and you have an atom 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. A staff Among maoy eootrtoutoi,sare: was formerly In Alton,HI.The actively as Director of the Putnam of Lafayette on Wednesday Defense Attorney John Paul Control" is taking a !hold here
you let them know Sept. 10, ordered Len- Howard was expected to aDd has
is on the ground at present been praised by Mayor
Training Union
Florida National Bank Food city of 49 percent Black.Blacks for.22 years. dry Parish ( ) School
It. county
But the next time ,,1JaJIdra11a are la Fair his case Wednesday after Sam Yorty for its part In keep-
here we're going to Manyextracon- Mlam'HeraldMiamiNews accused the chief of becomingatool Mrs Morrissette Is a mem Board members to a hearing all of Assistant State At'torney Inc the city calm.
Sear A Roebuck Co. of white militants on Sept 18 to show
mat atom bomb. The for older ber of the Iris Garden Cir why they Charles Mitchell'switnesses When rumors begin spread
persons ,Winn-Dixie Stores, First Stenzel felt his resigns I 0 a cle and served as president' should not be held la contemptof have been quest callers dial 2J-NAACP to heara

(Continued On Page ) ( On Page 12)) Federal _Savings and Loan. might serve to"cool things from. 1956. to 11... rather court than for desegregate closing classei' ioned. the recorded true facts message giving out

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Whitney M. Yossi, Jr.

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Vietnam The Peace Divided
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----f PRE NATjO L When the war In Vietnam ends 824 billion per year will i e
._ freed for more productive uses than k11UngpeOPW .. or will ?
A few years ego economists painted I very rosy picture of
all wonderful things that could be done with .0 much money,
but now there are very confute statementsofficial coming out 01

It seems that the$24 blllIon-
often called the "peace divi
(OlDJ HCOHN., .,CIICimiflN. MANAGER: dend" .. won't be there when
the war ends. White House advisor
J Daniel P. Moynlhan told
newsmen that built-in spending
MAILINI AllliSS increase and bitter Pentagon
iliw' 'aK** *f i $ rNAYNSJroarN arms purchases would pretty

P.O EOX 599 JACKSONVIliEr FLORIDA. 32201 ; the much war wipe out any savings from I

Then other Administration '

OFFICE 232) NBNCRIEF ISIS officials said that some money,
at least, would be available. )
o eC- Finally another White House!
PRONE JH-I7I2 eA'- advisor, Dr.'Arthur F.Burns, I
N A 'JUDGE HAYHSWORTHS RECORD said he thought about $8 billion
;, PROVED CONSERVATIVE ENOUGH could be freed for new social

MIAMI OFFICE SAID! XI 7lb' AVE. TOSROJETHEOPPOTiONOP programs President Nixon That Indicated same that day,,

1 BOTH GEORGE MEANY.PRESIDENT no, there wouldn't be much I!
PHONE 751-3171 OF THE A.rL-CJ4 AND ROY money available If the war ended c .

r BOTH ORGANIZATIONS SERVED seems that there Is a Wg tug-of-war shaping up u every! r
+r NOTICE THAT THEYHOULD body has different plans for using the pot of gold at the end or
8U135FiI'.TIQ1.RAT8, the Vietnam rainbow.
OPPOSE//IS SENATE CONFIRMATION. The money Is there. It Is now being spent to wage war.
One Year, )'lZ.OO"r _Year, tf.OO Milled To.You ." When the war ends some of It will remain committed to Vietnam .
AnYWher."In The United State*' ; .. to help rebuild the country we helped to tear apart.
What about the rest? It will amount to a cool $20 billion or
,.1 wy3 .o and how that money Is spent will go a long way toward
'Su&scrtotion PavtMe finance determining what kind of country America will become.
"NOT THE MAN" MR. PRESIDENTI! Mr. Moynihan actually performed a great public serviceby
Send Check OrMoney Order( To: FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOZ 519. his bleak prediction. Too many people Just assumed that
\ they could sit back and do nothing because after the war ended,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA) 32201 all that money would be available to spend on our rotting
cities and to erase poverty from the land
Now those people know It just Isn't so. The peace dividend
;;" was I pretty daydream but there was never any reason to believe
WHAT AIOUT NEGRO CHURCH? In It. That money wasn't spent on social reforms before -
the war started, and now there Is no reason to think that
the Administration will spend It wisely unless pressured to
We have criticized the white'church' for failureto YOUR WEEKLY ; do so.
carry out its Christian commitment' but what War costs didn't prevent us from going ahead with expensive
about the so-called black church? ,So critics say space shots, and they didn't prevent the government from spending -
that the Negro minister is about to be unfrocked, billions on subsidies on wealthy Individuals and corpora
tions. And war spending didn't stop the Pentagon from developing -
but we never did think so. HOROSCOPE GUIDE j J even more expensive military hardware systems like
One critic said that black churches are doing ; the ABM. '

almost nothing for the race. This statementis Unless all citizens become aware of what Is happening to their
too general and is not factual: Within this tax dollars we're In for more of the same when the war ends.
The Pentagon will come up with bigger and still more useless
decade, many black pastors led their congre- BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER !' 1 war toys and still more money will be drained off for selfish
gations from the pews into the streets to demonstrate Interests.

They often made the bitter sacrificeof Meanwhile, 24 million Americans remain In poverty; the
with their schools Inadequate transportation bad 26 million housing
going to jail congregations.Some are ; ;
critics hold that there is coming fortha WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYSFOR units desperately needed; 5 million public service Jobs unfilled -
and thecltles are running downhill. Ii
root out of dry ground, the new pastor ;
young It's all a question of priorities There has to be a long hard
who is simply preparing thinking, resolving. He BUSINESS ,- LOVE TRAVEL? look at what the nation needs most, and then there must be

may wait a few more years until the carpet- massive allocation of resources Into the areas of highest
bagger preacher has retired If he becomes I priority needs.
We already have enough missiles to blast off the
he his churches everyone
impatient, may set up own over
ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN face of the earth, and we've already reached the barren wastes
.the country r I' ,' '," 'r v of the; moon. _. \We've accomplished all a nation$ can hope to,
If all that the'new young pastor can do is to BORN JUNE 1 lOll :SEPI DEC.( achieve except creating an open society with equality all
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divide ipeople"and: establish, anew house; (, JJJLY ,, 11 and poverty for none;, ,
Gpd, then! he.. is not helping the race very much.. '. 22n 22j 23rd. :. OCT. 23r1, 22UJAN- 19tr Establishment such a society'should be 'the'numbeV one
2711 APRIL 1 19tk priority but It can only come about If all concerned citizens
In the past, Negro church members, wrestlingwith Be onthelookout.Couplesof Make your peace A c c e p t the It's a showdown..'Pe"opteb.o tell their leaders that they're fed up with doubletalk about how
strife among themselves often set up new lae yourself Those who sweethearts who viewthe gate- most meager of openings to have high stakes on what is goIng poor the government Is and demand that war savings become
. churches. The result is that they became too tense what'is in the air still I ring clouds with growing apprehension better domestic and public relations on had better adopt all be peace spending to build an open society '

small to do effective work. have the opportunity to advise whould get t o g e t h e rand ] while others are in a / measures deemed necessary
Church Division under black radical ministers protective measures. One of decide on a common planof fair mood to meet you halfway to protect the Interests loved

cannot succeed with multi-division. In unity them Is to be so busy u t o action ((24th).The showdown (23rd,24th)., The lunar Ones and selves while they

there is strength mighty like a rocks Black re- have no time for people, quar or whatever It is Hnat Is poised eclipse, followed by a series still have planetary sane lion
"iii. or nonsense of description 'I i to strike, will make Its appearance of Sun 923rd, 24th). The lunar eclipse 1A College Student Speaks
ligous guerrilla bands cannot hope to do much about any Man Mercury and II't II i
and continue on until may be the parting shot of keen
helping black people to attain first-class citizen- (24th). The lunar e- Uranus square and conjunction
cllpee is symbolic of maritalor the last day of the month ( aspects offer slight encouragement rivalryfor status and economic By Difls Bfiwi-liPI
25th-30th). Do not lightly se. supremacy with noholdsbarred
ship.Remember competitive
struggle. that for Improvement __ _
that in union, there Is strength.Give could have adverse effects onone's vet familiar or marital ties from the 25th through as to how to go about winning

image or pio'esslonal Push away ambitious urges the end of the month. Ten them;Z5th). Caprlcornlans who
standing Those who maybe that may place you on a dan. alma could reach the breaking have little taste contention Abut Racial Stereotypes
Freely Te Disaster Feid conb I'wlth you could gerous course! from which point and relationshipsmay would be advised to wlthdr a 11'
there 1s DO turning Commonsense to the sidelines and remainout
surprlsesnptheir.sleeves be shalned to .
a degree In previous columns, I have railed against racial stereotypes
sleeves, and none of them rather than emotional that could lead to separations of sight u much as pos- And In this column, I'll do it again
The New Testament has counseled us to "give food ((25th). reactions should dictate each or worse. Llbrans are Bible ((26th-29th). As the say My Ire Is particularly directed against an article and a
freely as ye have received," and "it is more decision or muse Hold on noted! for their well-balanced log goes--he who fights and column which appeared recently In white dallies In Chicago

blessed to give than to receive. J-30-18-J8 45-798 fast to old mates or friends personalities This is ape- runs away lives .Jo fight The article, entitled "Ghetto Dreams.-They Are AChanglngY' -
When Hurricane Camille ripped through the whose experience may pre rind when the acid test to another day asserted that In the ghetto the dream Is no

South, it left destruction and disaster, and death. TAURUS vent costly. mistakes being prove the fact may have tote 9-30-15-55-56-756 longer "the super-charged car or the snazzy clothes-but
made. a Job, one that pays $6 an hour."
Thousands of people were left homeless' having inn mil 3-20-15-77-66-222 passed AQUARIUS Efforts by the Coalition for United Community Action
lost about all they ever had x 2.3014.68.34.816SCORPIO a Black group, to get more Blacks Into the buildingtradesunions

It becomes everybody's responsibility to give ,2ltk., 2flt. LEO BORN'' JAN are having "a tremendous effect on Black kids"
financial aid and assistance., We must share Willie Jones, president, Trt-Way Contracting company was

with those citizens during their zero hour, BORN JULY 2Itl, FEB IBfV quoted as. saying
Get a firm grip This has tie BORN OCT. They're dreaming about Jobs that pay $13,000 a year.
Innumerable farmers, business men and fisher indications of being the most 2310 AUG. ,22ll Act 1n1l1t-dei.nse.AroocIcen. For the first time, there's real hope," said the Black con
financial and structural casualties of tractor.
men were upsetting of the whole .24tl NOV. 22H .
quarter er&lnever cOllSlderi hll
his the fury,Tarbuleac.1a posit To be sure It is
a hopeful
this strong wind of destruction. The mighty month. What is left undone sign that there will probably
winds came and went but left''' hundreds of citizens unsaid or unforeseen can, not man's prerogat 1 v e alone. Don't be exposed. This could Ion! secure enough or the means be more Job opportunities for Black youths In the building-
at his
When nature dlsposalllllflc1entlor his trades unions But I doubt that all Black will
declde.todellonItrate be the youths' lives
in desperate straits. What shall they do now? have as bad as whenever/thing
consequences barest needs. This is the attl suddenly change, for there
its capabilities for violence simply aren't that build
', Our Red Cross is doing air that it can, and being too hasty, outspoken, ,r it can teach us mor.lna seems to fly apart There Is a tude with which Aquarians ing-trades jobs to go around.
chance to
we can depend upon this organization to do its reckless. Those who can manage day than we can learn in alifetime. working agreement reach some sort rivals o f should view life during this And the statement that "ghetto dreams are changing"

level best. It is estimated by Welfare officials a glimpse of things to Of course, the world ''. and associates last, turbulent quarter. There persupposes that all Blacks think alike and have the same
come may be able to take whlchnuy are two good daysdurlngwhich rejection of the superficial finery they formerly wanted.
that it will require about 114,000,000 to put men 0024- Is large and many locales remain provide a cushion against th e Some Blacks and whites
In their undoubtedly want
cover ,own way welcome additions be supercharged carsand
and women and children of this devastated land In a state of tranqu 1Uty. may
shocks that
are lndicated(23rd snazzy Others want
th The lunar eclipse complletll made to the resources at hand Jobs. Still others want
back on their feet. problems related to Those who have cause to be 24th). The lunar eclipse((25th) supercharged cars, snazzy clothei-and no Jobs.
((23rd, 24th). The lunar
Send your financial aid to the Atlanta Chapterof vocation and well-being This lleve that they reside In atone could start off a chain of events be the symbol of eclipsemay And still others want super-charged cars, snazzy clothes-
the American Red Cross;848 Peachtree Street, could cause considerable where the contrary that maykeepnmanyotfbase trends that upsetting and jobs And even others want under-charged cars plain
the case would be well-a dvlsed may keep v* ry- clotnes-and Jobs; to say nothing of both'Black
N.A., Atlanta, Ga., or 'to the Red Cross trouble now and for a while to nail everything! down- find and groping It blindly to try and body off balance ((25th).n certainly and white, who want none of the Hems cited that group,

Chapter nearest your home., Is, the future (25th)., and make themselves as secure may be once adversely again.influenc Judgement d, does not favor travel The list t1111"; *"latlons is enormous-hut the article

4-10-16-68-78 323' as they can The day of people around areapttobebel- near far, or the launching has all dreaming the same dream
Nero IN PelHIcil Cinpilf. new ventures Its favorable stereotype of
Anyone dun Black
a disturbing series of events ligerent, and travel conditions people Is
GEMINIIIIN girding the signs than a derogatory one. For In each people
((25th). far from ldeal(26th-30th).' must do so case, groups of be-
A Negro city auditor "was among the front 8-80-1I-44-.S8.-7S9 at his or. her own risk (26th- come. mere categories losing their humanity

runners in the Detroit mayoral runnoff by placing lAY21st" 1- 3-t1-3Z-711 .29th). of rft'i 'i stereotyping! presents an Inaccurate picture
U01" T110' Individually have their differences
in the first two spots with an' impressive ; IINE 21st fllllMM SIIITTAIIIS 55017911111 The column to WhIch I object was written by an official
victory. '. Some- of the Afro-American Patrolmen's league
Richard Austin lave arefegehaody AN.2M : PISCES, Entitled "Ponce and Community" it '
56-yuroW asserted that "Black
Negro: city auditor Ming Important that should be URN HIV.2Jrl police do not protect Black
ran on the principle of constructive rather StPTT 22il '' youth because Black police were
dame m lilt way of hearing URN FEB. hired to do the opposite.
than violent change He ''said.: that leadership evil, or whatever Intuition, IEC. 21st '. "Black people must realize that WhIt hired to
should hear the voices of militants: since they tens yn It la, may be brought Hold the course There are Stand still: Ton'again have only lltlMAR., 2ltl help white people by making their communities safe are and pro-
have a story to tell about injustice I* a ceMsfal conclusion turbulent waters ahead making the first two days of this tHUnr their lives' ensuring their liberty and safeguarding

Sheriff Roman Gribbs, 43, rejected the slogan while pare sill is time((24th). it desirable to ensure that Jut quarter to bring a ta s k Jest be ready.Forewarned their"But property' Black
"law-and-order", and said,' ."I'd rather classify All ....followed by a, everything shipshape, i n-' to a successful co cluloaU forearmed, or so It should e police act their function were hired l II assistants to the white
myself' as a candidate for; -order and 'Ju.tlce' series of adverse aspects b e- eluding the perosnal or Joint rd, 24th). Th lunar clips e with Ik* Plsceans who have 'niggers' In line. lock 'siggers'II only to help white police keep
under the law." tweea Mars, Mercury, the(aae4 economy. Two good days during starts things off to a rather 'read the signs and who hat eInterpreted with Information that .WOUleS be up and> Provide the white man
Urasus forebode a trying which time beetle time Lying to without Black impossible for him to let
However a 61yearoldcity councilwoman enouga may \ cope them accurately. police_
made "law and order" her. political banter., 9rlo Oat may involve emo-. be allot ed for this purpose with emotions, unruly hearts, There still are two days to so, perhaps It would be belt for the Black community,
She vowed to "sweep Detroit Uessl sets, moMtary setacts are 23rd, MtU. Gala the sym mlzedop teea-sgers, gambling add a few more touches: or that there be no Black policemen But then, what need
,,free of crime and
brokMfrlendshlps.aadMasted would there b. for the
corruption and pithy and cooperation of Impulses, upset to Use up additional people Alro.Amvrlcan Pidrolme league
every form of pollution, and to lope or romances loved How Iccurat. I. the leane'.
ones which should make friendships right through the who are friendly and dupes deplcUon what white and
make public street: "our homes and our busi- (lM--.). 'Those who lave the coming tub somewhat ind of the month (ZStl-30th). ed to be of service ((24th-, Black poUcemeD characterl.tlcally do? Are Black officers
ness places safe and wholesome again." set provided (or a port lax lighter to handle. The lunar The sparks may fly, and s o 25th). .,A lunar eclipse with hired Before Just to It keep Blacks In line?

,The banner "law and, drder" has an unsavory stem stay find aemslvstossoeXboel eclipse initiates a period of may money and/or love.rlght Mercury retrograding since Black men, from WILl JUatlt1ably police charged that the eacluaton d

connotation these, days, and the politico who uses with little chase of that only steel nerves and out of the window Lending Is mMmooth, pinpoint a m o Now. It II charged their InCluslon deputmeMs WILl discriminatory
this flaft.might as well admit defeat,, The words' doing much to prevent 1t.I'u well-nourished pot k e books as good a way of arousing antagonisms milt! of truth or a crisis Somewhere along the line, tl oppressive
"law and order",' are,. not the real'solutlon to period wfcei being faraway may be able to withstand (U- U bon owing, especially that may: be Intensified b .- up It CUI't be both ways, something became fouled, ,
tho nation's problems 'and from whatever chaotic Is going .th). B would be Inadvisable to when circumstances lore tt petersoutalter. :month's Is ,It possible that there I.
Voters limply I'
:fn Detroit made need for both Black'almp
oa would be the height of doubtful Inth and while policemen
dip la basic make repayment end(2Sth). to
this very clear, In the recent runoff election prudence, Ifnotsheerwisdom. ,resources. an explanation enforce the law? Maybe that' too
for long run a time when
mayor. and racial iterolyi
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I .i James Weldon Johnson Y.M.C.A. Announces Impressive Fall-Program --I{

Deltas In Bahamas

WEDDIN Avie Lye Plummer Pledges Children's Bubble 6m Clib

SELLS Troth To Sgt. G.R. Davis Enrollment Expected largeThe

r-1 ,. .J James Weldon Johnson
request that all veterans!
Branch YMCA will begin Its ,servicemen -
Arthur Glenn Sanders, 25691. fall programs Tuesday kn d and newcomers r e-
23rd St, 23 and Rosa Gwen Wednesday, September 23rd port for preseason dri 11 sat
dolyn Johnson 746 Orange St, and 24th at 7:30: pm. and I:00 a.m Saturday, Sept.
each week thereafter. With 27th
26.Jerome Solomon, 1202 W. 6th Iri a unique approach to SU mnastlcs Men's Physical Fitness club
will its fall
St., 20>> and Waultlne Pulllns, and Figure Improvement begin 1I1.10000Sa-
turday September 27th with toe
1220 W. 5th st., 12. classes Toll class will
JohnnY.Pona1d Myers. 1624 Include weight witching i use of steam Cabinets and Modern -

Kerle St., 32 and Sandra Elania through corrective diets un- exerclslngequlpment
Cawley, 14Z5 Laura M:, '28. der the direction of Mrs. further details on any program
rb ti tii Johnny Alfred Relmer, 3137 VerneU Stewart., a certified contact Harold M.JacksonPro-
1"t nutritionist. The gram Director at the Branch,
+ W. 1st St, 20 and Settle Duff f. regular
Hnbbard, 2955 W. 15th St, 20.>> ... 'e.. physical fitness class is under 7653589. The Johnson Branch
John Henry Fields, 1430 E. the tutorship bf Mrs.jL. YMCA Is a United FI Agency

25th St. 23 and Susie Ann .,.'t", '.... ,. V, Donaldson Modern exercising -
Squire, 1824 W. 24th St., 22. I. .machines i are avail Lorenzo Phelps

Royce Bernard Crump, 9252 ,:.; able for those who cannot
nr'' t3tt '' Greenleaf Rd 31 and Patricia participate in strenous exercises Gels Army Boost
f alb'vh. Ann Howard, 1238 W. 12th St., ..\ Ballet, Tap and Mo-
vh. I den Jazz, Dance Classls registration -

; Johnny Ray Holman, 2995 W. ', ," Is scheduled 6 o r FORT BENNING, GEORGIA.
tt I :. 'v t: ; 18th St., 19 and Deborah Grace 1 Saturday, September 20,' at t Lorenzo Phelps has been pa'omoted .
: : j jI Reid, 5203 Benning Rd., 18. 9:30 a,m At this time students to pay trade E-3 under' ti
James Ollen Watson, Jr., 134 will be assigned to an Army policy providing incentive -

Altman Rd, 22 and Marilyn Rebecca classes.Mrs. BernlciV.Jack- Private to Phelps outstanding was assigned trainees to
Todd, 2938 W. 12th st., loon will Instruct the da n c t' Company A. 5th Battalion. lit
I t 22.Elwood classes again this year.Children Brigade, United States Army
Barclay 1307 Bridter ages four through nineteen '- Training Center, Infantry.His .
St. 18 and Essie Mae Jackson- will participate.The eight weeks at the Train-
1370 Florida Au.,)7. Bubble GunfCfub for children Ing Center were spent learning
I vap ages 3 through 10 will begin the fundamental skills of sol

I t .t'.... PromotedBy 'fit' Ito Saturday September 20th, dieting today's modern, action -
,f. .L. ::110. P n k9 900am: ,to i 1:00 p.m.The Bubble Army--firing live ammunition
.f',, t.1. Gum program Includs movie under simulated combat
& .., : ; : _. Ir.. senator cartoons Arts and Crafts, conditions, learning protective
DELTAS IN BAHAMAS---Dr. Doris Johnson (left, who serves as a In the cabinet ArmyFORT Miss Avle Lue Plummer, above, became the bride of Ser- games inage groups and swimming measures and first aid tor-
of the Bahamas), presents gifts to visiting members of Delta Sigma Theta Soroiry. The geant George Ronald Davis at 6 p.m. Saturday in the home of ,weather permitting Competent chemical, biological and radiological -
Deltas are, second from left, Dr. Ann Campbell of Prairie View College In Texas; Mrs. BENNING, GEORGIA.Alphonso the bride, 1238 Cleveland Rev A, C, Chandler officiated supervision is afforded schooled attacks in as well as being
Lynette Taylor, Executive Director of Delta Sigma Theta, and Mrs Anna Scott, of Atlanta. R. Roberson has been Bob Smith Studio, by your Johnson Branch Staff weapons. the use of modern*
The gifts were beautiful straw bags'relecUnl the Delta colors. A of Deltas visited promoted to pay grade E-2
group A six O'clock wedding ceremony Saturday united Miss Avle First Fall session of Tennis Private Phelps is the son of
the Bahamas following their national convention Ins under incentive an Army to policy outstanding provld- Lue Plummer and Sergeant George Ronald Davis, at the homeof classes will begin Eaturdiy 20. Mr. Charlie Phelps, 8019 Pipit

trainees Private Roberson was .the bride. 1238 Cleveland, Jacksonville th, at 8:30: a.m. Classes will Ver1eU Ave. Jacksonville, and Mrs.
assigned to Company A, 5th The bride Is the nice of from Miami be divided according to skills Phelps, 1491 West 5th
1St. Plus School Lambert Express came Street Jacksonville He attendedNew
Battalion, 1st Brigade, United Mrs Eddie L. Sams and of and progression Adults and -
Your After a trip to Sacramento Stanton
High School.
Father Elwood of St Plus States Center children are encouraged to
Army Training Mr, Willie Sams Sgt Davis
the newlweds will reside in
Catholic School has annonced Holds Big Meeting Infantry.His is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville attend. Registration Men's
that there are student vacancies eight weeks at theTraln- George Davis of Sacramento, Football A Voll.7ballluru. YWCA Childrens
In the first, fourth, The annual appreciation pro- Social'Security Ing Center were spent learn. Calif Toys NeededFor Is scheduledSaturday.Septem-

sixth, seventh and eight gram for Rev. R. L. Lambert, Ing the fundamental skill of Rev A. C, Chandler, pastor of bet Z7th at 11:0:1: : a.m Foot- Dance Class
grades From me to three head of the Super Gospel Express soldiering in today's modern, St Paul\ A.M.E. Church, officiated Xmas ball team captains Tom m y
action Army--firing live ammunition -
students will be accepted for and Evangelistic Hour Chandler and Roy Mcintyre
the fall term. Those Interested will be held September 15 to: under simulated combat Toys for underprivileged Begins Sept. 20
conditions learning The bride was given in marriage -
21 at the old
are urged to contact the school house In children, especially dolls and
measures and first aid by her uncle Mr. Willie
Kin-Law: Ga., at 8 p.m. nightly wheeled toys are desperately
school office Father El- ,
or The YWCA Children's Dance
for chemical biological and Sams She Jax.
wore a gown of 'needed for the 18$9 Jacksonville Post No. 197
wood. When Is a child eligible to receive radiological attacks, as well A-lie Peau de sole bordered Children's Christmas Party Class will begin Saturday, Sept.
social security benefits? as being schooled In the use of with Chantllly lace with French 20 In the newly renovated garage -
Sam JonesReelected Project chairman Dorcas B.
Owens Illinois LadiesIn 'This Is a question frequently modern weapons. sequins on organza silk over Drake, said donations have been Plans Meet Friday to the rear of the main
asked at the local social se Private Roberson Is the son building
taffeta. She carried French carnations slow and the project is behind
Meet Voters entity office, according of Mr. and Mrs David E. Rob- and Gtephanotls on apt schedule. Jan Post No. 197 of the Am- Registration will begin at 10:00
James H. Mlddleton, Mana Jacksonville.erson Sr., 2305 He Woodland Is a 1088 St., ayer book Any discarded toys,dolls,and erican Legion meets Fridayat a. m, Saturday murnlng and

The Owens Illinois Ladles Club League Proxy get Mlddleton says there are graduate of New Stanton High Mrs Geraldine Moore of wheel toys can be left at the 8 p.m. at the Post Rome, classes will begin at 11:00 a.m,
will hold its first fall meeting three situations in which a School.' Miami, Fla. was matron of nearest fire station for pick- 2179 Benedict Road Mrs L. Donaldson will be the

Saturday, at 7:30 p.m, in the child may receive benefits: honor. up by volunteers, All committee chairman are class Instructor.
and tricycles
home:of Mrs Odessa Bailey,' Sam Jones 'president of the When his mother or father is Attendants were Miss Eleanor Bicycles will be wagons trucked, to the- requested to be present in orderto A nominal fee is required"
1532 East 25th. All membersare Third Congressional\ District! entitled to retirement, or disability Back HomeFestiiities Webb and Miss Shlela High- Florida State Prison at Rat- be Informed of their duties. For further' Information, call
I urged to be present by the Voters League, has been reelected benefits, or If either tower, both of Jacksonville ford for repair by Inmates while The 1970 membership drive is the YWCA 353-9674.. I..
p:esldent, Mrs Flossie Smith. to the post Jones and dlea'after having worked under PlannedFor Miss Cynthia Sams was the other toys will be repaired hereby now In progress
Important maters will be dis other officers were reinstalled social security. flower girl Miss Same is various organizations The Roundup for membership! Connoisseurs Will
I cussed. Mrs Emma Melton is recently. They are: Dr. M. The child must be unman led cousin of the bride and halls. Dolls are being fixed and will be Saturday, Sept. 27, at 9
reporter C. Cooper,vlcepresldentMrsD ; and under IB, or 18 to 22 and Bivens UnitA from Jacksonville dressed by members of the pm. Prizes will be awarded to Meet Soon
Cooper, secretary; Mrs a full-time student in an a p- Sergeant Willie R. Plummer, Jacksonville Homemakers Extension successful participants. The The Connoisseurs of Cosmetology -
J.' YELLOW POWER Callle Dowling, financial sa.- proved school. Or if the child "Welcome Back Home"Pl'OCJ'am Jr was best man and Is brother groups, 4-H Junior Post and Auxiliary will worshipat .Unit No'' 60 will meet
"ne wionrf, our !Sun ru cretar1 and T.D. Dlz, treua-: of the bride. Ushers were SL Matthew Baptist Church, Monday, Sept. 22, at 7:30: p.m ,
m i rnrruy than man hm u wl l condition which started before Specials Wednesday night, October Club, and the Women's Club.
Nine the. Ijtiiinnmn* uf nVilicu rer. 5. With them will be Robert Miller, cousin, and Joseph The toys will be distributedIn Eastside, on Sunday, Sept. 21, at the home of Do-etha Mack,
.lion, his 18th birthday, he may the Soul Stirrers of Chicago, ,? Stergls, Jacksonville, the Wolfson Ball Park on at 11 a.m. Wlllard Morris is 2163 West 15th i Thomasina
be eligible for benefits the Mighty Untouchable Clouds Frank L, Moore, ringbearer, December 23, 1989. Post Commander Owens is president
If child Is
your of Joy of Los Angeles, The
w;" fits now and will soon be 18,be Five Blind of ,
Original Boys ,,ys w Awmr ,.
to socials
sure notify your Alabama, the Swante Quintet
curity office if he will be In of August and Clarence Foun
school after he is 18. Ben tain. The affair will take place
S fits may be continued after age In the Duval County Armory.
tBaK JJflJD(8) 18 If special Information Is All are Invited.

w Sr furnished If the child reaches
18 soon and plans to return to
school the fall,benefits may Unity AssemblyOf
fJU&J@(1g be paid during the summa r

months. The social security Truth Extends

,... ,- office for this area is located .
at 2188 West 13th Street and s

f.:4: .. the telephone number is 791- Theme For AugustThe Itp
<",t /, 2517. :eVC ;x
i', regular services of the ,'
",, Semi Civic Unity Assembly of Truth areas 'ti'
I follows: Sunday School, t a.m.; ra
J Social Savings Bible Class, 10 a.m.; Morning
r Devotionals, II a.m.;Night service -

Pt ; Club MeetsThe 8 p.m.
The theme for the month Is
Semi Civic Social and "Prosperity Now" and will be 'eo + ':

Savings Club will meet Monday continued through September. I
o ",, night, Sept. 22, in the home of All are Invited to attend. Sally ""re 74
: C. Wannamaker.
4 hey f t4E Mrs Thelma White, 3633Ardlsla at ,
Road. Mrs. E. Small lea"
Is president. PallbearersThe

,, :: I GO GO GOLDFISH' computers arecolorblind -

j The goldfish It a minnow orlg 18 will Pallbearers meet Monday Society night No at

y : Tully found in the fresh waters 7 p.m. In the Mt Olive Primitive k R L
h.s of eastern Asia It hu been "
; widely introduced, elsewhere' Baptist Church,Fourth S
aDc1l1yrtle."OPPORTUNITY". w; At R. J. Reynolds, the right nun gets the promotion, no
; nutter whit hit color. Ifs part of !the way we've been ,
# '; }j honoring our commitment to equal opportunity. A wey
; _that It new and different Our people have more than
::: just s job, they have s career opportunity with a bright } r ,
", rewarding future.And we back up our offer with the best
10' lift hiiin liilpir III Dlnetir training we an provide.
Here Is how It'lit 4-
..!.< Are you creative? It It 700 summer jobs right nowttlilofevery4JobtforBlMki .. "
,t..tii. Do you love beautiful hair: _
..f:': ( If so you may qualify for y Itbewrytadystsrtlnawn.
,'>; ,: ';> this money making profession. But starting even 'h not enough W. let the _
\ t This city has need computers Identify who Is ellg bM for training
for trained Wig Stylists! end who gets the promotions Prejudice just
,, + and High Fashion Hair Designers lint part of our computer programming. Regard
lest of color, promotion end additional training
If you think you r ....'"\ for promotion goes to the worker with the most _
ual rah might be interested .in1tarD.Inc >u" seniority.
1 this speclaltrade, r
the door Is open I will \ ,

ik tp y A L- easily show you how you )." S"

On& can share In this moneymaking 7 ,' Jt At R. J. Reynolds "
: opportunity. Register -
\ thinKS the move ,
s ; are on
Fall's dramatic shaping in an elegantly styled A. .Cheek now for worthwhile 'y AM WB.drln, T...?'.I'r........ + '
with black calf Kicky bellbottomheel _' ,COIr... If you love design- .,-_.....,,,..
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I."White Folks Religion" Brings Billy Graham Crusade Into Spotlight I

I Ste Stiphtn's A.M.E. Chvrch Mt. Ararat Hoaored For Service Natioial Couch Of Cktrchs

Prepares For Ilg Anniversary AANYaIHomecoMing 't'.JI"1"'oJ : H; :.Tr"fr'11j'r! Goes ,Into Huddle OR D'.lds I

8t.Stephen's A.MJE. Church, home in the parsonage next to. t' .., \,'" I. ,1. ; Folks R.Ui1oa" 10 be under attack trom

Fifth and Davis, It completing the church on Davie :: "White over the coualr,. BPeecMS, sermons, meetings, are
J Blacks
plans for the celebration of'1 - oa October 26wlthservices la "God's Trombone"cnSeptember and the whole Mt. .Ararat Bap j the order 3. ?lst Chrlstlans
being held each night tl In the Interest of list Church family will observe Billy Graham's Crusade 1s equal Inthsilaa4 Prue
beginning with October 20. the anniversary. Rev Arthur the newest member of t th party
,their annual Homecoming Day rental of property that
James 8. Genwrtght 11 In- Gaines Is sponsor. to the dispute The UnitedStates
all Christians stop
fey Sunday September lit 'I. : fleeing fromcommunttltes
era! chairman. Mrs.SadUTUUs : CoDer."
This' Is the toy on which any wheablaclu
Minneapolis last more
U chairman of the mort- To Give Recital meeting in
person who hu been a member k \
gag commute Mrs. L. 0. week, was presented an 11- in.The
shifts to
of Mt. Ararat Is totted to \ scene Indiana'
Cenwright It chairman of the point list of suggestions
ways and means commltt spend a day at home, In chuck Conservative Protestants to true polls where Council Leaders of of the N..
A citywide baby contest hu Customarily, past members of /, .' the Image of"Christianitybeing Sept. 11 Churchea,
boon planned. till congregation come from all a white man's religion." a proposal for weighed
Regular services will beheld part of the country to celebrate Evangelist Tom Skinner, Black Economic recognizing
Sunday, beginning with lbs Sun her la Jax. member of the Graham party, Conference, which Development Is
day School at ':30, with Dr.A. The morning service will tea- said, "This is not a black lalFI.* Hundred MllUonsfron'organized demand.

C. Madry, superintendent, tart tilt preaching of Reversed manifesto." The Brooklyner religion,U an
and staff, In chare Th morning continued, black manifesto will agencr
W.E. Sims pastor of Miami's seeking justice
service begins at 10:45 with eventually come from this caucus. -
Hew Bop Baptist Church. This proposal was '\1PPOIed
Rev. Webster or an appoint .
delivering the message. Th Co-chairmen for Homecoming The list was prepared forth* to call for further development
Wale Chorus and Usher Board Day are Deacons George Baker \ 4,600 delegates attending the for churches to help the underprivileged.
No. i will "nr*. and Matthew Price .4, : convention. Though they came These deliberation
A tea will b* sponsored from Committee Members are: primarily in the Interest of followed upon actions by: the
4 to 0 p.m. by the Johnson ; Deacon James Bryant: and C. b seeking Christ through studied Episcopal Convention which approprtatd .
Board. Mri. Sarah Best Is > Vnwood Lee, Program Com- commitments, they were also $Zooooo to a Black
president. Stewardess BoardNo. allies Deacons C. Baggs and confronted with matters of ra- clergy: group to give to thereparations
S 'will sponsor Its annual ILj clam demanding confer*
Alfred Hall plot Harold Jones
tea at the horn of Mrs. Lula 1 Black Caucus members suggested nc*. Episcopalians have beea
Codas Williams E. Walker the first to do
Collins, 1410 BradyStrwt. The I T''+Ig : this.
ACE Lean meets at 8:30. : r.11. Mlckens compose the flI 1. That congregations should The Black organization was
Consecration takes place at 7 I n I uncial Committee. develop suburban housing programs originally led by James For-
P.m. The evening service fol Jnanlta Brown, Jessie Rust for Balck persons,stim- man. Rev. Calvin Marshall

lows. TrutH meeting Is Monday Miss Valarl Malbory,tainted -' Roth Deal and Luella Adams Mrs Berne E. Simmons, second from the left abort, retired recently after 17 years or elate Black pride and study Is the leader now." His motto
night at 7:30. On Tuesdaythe dramatic reader along with head the Sponsor Committee. service as a debit manager with the Jacksonville District! of the Pilgrim Health and Life Black history, and assist in is "not violence
A of
Ways and Means Committeemeets. the St. Stephen ALE, Young L. Spears and Josle Adams Insurance Compaq Here, Mrs. Simmons Is shown receiving feliclatlons from Rachel R.Montgomery minority self-help programsand part the providing the proposal of sag.geMs -

On Thursday night th* Adiiltcholr,wllIprsent"God'STrombones" and Dea. George Henry head J. Theodore Lawrence and J.T. Collier at the Gate Post aid In finding alternativesto to the Black clergymen: $500,000 for the
Male Chorus rehearses. Th first service the welfare
Sunday Sept 21, the Courtesy Committee. Mary C.O. Hollls in terms of the system
Youth Church meets Friday at Tics pre.1d8II11Dd agency director, spoke glowing 2. That Christian employersremove financing of regional conferenceand
4:30. The Young Adult choir at 7 p.m., in the church a n d 1- Goodman will be one of the rendered by the retiree Mrs. Simmons, formerly a Teen-age Director for the Y.M.CJt., unnecessary barrier for the development of program .

rehearses Saturday evening. torlum at Fifth and Davis. I featured soloists. The public is also a forner.'teacher. Representatives of other companies were present. as well as to employment of minority for Black economic de
Th pastor and family are at Rev. A. Gaines is sponsor of, is cordially invited many guests. J. Theodore Lawrence, manager group velopment.Elder.
i tile program.

Mount Pleasantlaptist St., Stephen AM.E r J Mt. Olive R. McGill

Chirch I : : ii 1 J
'Plans For IU.R CH Women ListAnniversary Ad PeNtecostalCMarch

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Historic. Anniversary EMANUEL.BAPTIST with tilt assistant pastor) and officers in charge. On Wednesday -
The Mount Pleasent Baptist Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p.m. On Thursday the fifth anniversary of Elder
Church (132 Flicker Avenue St. Stephens' A.U.E. Church, Teachers meeting and prayer meeting will b* held at the noonday prayer service will be held at the church. Choir The women of Mt. Olive A.M. Reatha MeOW and the Pentecostal
Rev. Nathaniel Glover pastor,, Fifth and Davis, will celebrate usual hour with the pastor and officers In charge, on Tuesday No 1 will rehearse at 8 p m. On Saturday the male chorus E. Church are formulating Church of the First!Bon'

I'' will bold Its Annual Dual Day Us anniversary from October Jointly On Wednesday at 8 p.m.Senior On Thursday Choir No noonday 1 and prayer Mo. services a will rehears will beheld will rehears. Sunday School begins at 9.30: Sunday with plans
September 21, Sunday, with through Ocotber Zit at the church. The monthly conference l begin at 8 p.m. Mrs. Maml Fields and Deacon George Smith in charge. men's Day observance. The 22. The public is invited.
guests and outstanding visiting Programs will be given each On Saturday the male chorus will rehears at 7:30 p.m. On The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecrationtakes date Is Sunday, October 26, Pentecostal night program
personalities present during thaday. night. James Genwright is general Sunday Sunday School begins at 9:30: a.m. Mrs. blunts fields place at 10:50: a.m. The morning worship begins at all day Dr. JohnetteBetscb will be given Monday. On TIles-
chairman. Mrs. L.G. Gen and Deacon George Smith will be in charge The lesson will 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge The sermon will be Cole, assistant professor of day, Sept. 23, Supreme New-
Beginning! with the Sunday wright is chairman of the Ways be reviewed by an appointee Consecration begins at 10:60 delivered at noon The B.T.U. begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon anthropology at Washington berry and SU Ann Prayer

School at 9.30: with Deacon and Means Committee. Mrs. a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons James Phillips in charge. The evening worship begins at State University, will speak House will b* present.
Harold Peterson u guest superintendent Sadie TUlls is chairman of the in charge. The hand of fellowship will be extended to the new 6.30.: Choir No. 2 and the Male Chorus and Usher Board during the It o'clock hour. On Wednesday night Elder
services through Mortage Committee. members In the morning worship. Holy communion will begin No. 2 win serve. Mrs Mamie Carter and Mr. Mathew McCoy Miss Waymola Stone, speed Gladys: Walker and the Church
the day will feature events relating On Tuesday night the Ways and Senior at 2:30 with the deacons charge.Rev. A. B. Blair will speak win be in charge d music. District No. 3 will meet at therapist for tbeDuval County of God in Prophecy will be pre
Choirs 1 and
No. No. 2 and Uhser
to the day. Mrs. Gladys Means Committee meets. The S will serve, Mrs 'Marion Carter and CJB. Fitter No. 1 and will,, 4:30: p.m. at the church 'The evening worship begins at 8 Reading Laboratory, will sent. On Thursday Elder Fan
Foster will be guest reviewer. United Choirs also meet. The in charge of music The church located at 2221 Forest Rev. p.m. Both sermons will be delivered by the pastor. TIle speak during the six o'clock nle M. Henry and the conj
The morning service begins at male chorus meets Thursday S, L. Badger is pastor prayer meeting and Bible study will be held each Tuesday service. Mrs. RosalynBurrongh regatlon of St. John Pentecostal

Sir an.;:with MrsMary Spencer night. The Junior 'choir ,rehearsal night at 7.30 p.m. Mrs. Jessie Ward Is reporter. Henry will, serve, C Elder) will be present.
and Mrs. SJJ. Neal leading is every first, second TRINITY BAPTIST, as'\guest' soloist., Among Warty Brunoer and thecongregation
till devotions MrsrA/' Glover and third Saturday,:'at 4:30.: **{*!" .,.'' Ji' r '" ntrt UUiA.) aUi4rf u partlqlpatkte,will b*. of St. Paul Pentecostal -
will' serv* 'pastor-for-tbe-.- On Sunday the Junior church Sunday School begins at 6:30 ajn. with k uperinteaCeJTayaland SECOND BETHEL BAPTIST Mrs. Abiah Shehee, II r ..' will be present Friday
day. Mrs A.B. Reed will read will have charge of service. teachers .in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the Leonard Atwater, Mrs H. night. On Saturday Elder Ray-
Sunday School begin!'at 9:30 with Homer St. Clair
the pray. The Youth Choir will Sunday School begins at 9:30.: pastor, Rev. W. C. :Murray, or his appointee Th morning am and James Green, Mrs Vanette mood R. Graham and the congregation
worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons in chug. Holy B. Butler presiding At 11 a.m. the devotional service begins -
sing, with., the hymn lined by Consecration is observed at 'Mrs Thayer, Mrs A.Ken Knight, of Prayer QpUneu
communion will b*served at 4pm.on each fourth Sunday. Prayer M.L. Moss conducts Choir No. 1 Mrs Teal willbe
82. Donilson and Scripture/ by 10:45Y1tb the service begin meeting is Tuesday night Sunday, September 14, at 3 P.m. at the ,jconsol. The pastor will speak at 11:30 a.m. o n Mrs James Jones, II r 9: 'Church will be guests.
Mrs A.B. Reed ning at 11 a.m. Rev Webster an old fashioned revival hour will be observed, Mrs. C. Scott. "A Spiritual Awakening is Better Than Desired MIDd."AD Vivian Copeland, Mrs. Wendell Dinner will be served at I
Mrs. Helen Tlnsley win present or an appointee will speak.Wil-. The deacon board Is asked to meet September 13 at I p.m. Mrs members are asked to meet with the chairman and cochairman Green and Mrs. Mary p.m. Sunday, following the closing
till mistress of ceremonies ton Blake will direct the music Barbara E. Robinson 1s clerk and reporter. The church is located of the Women's Day, Mrs M.L. Moss, and Mrs. Anderson Nealey. Services for Sunday service
Mrs Dorothy Word. 1Ir..1IarJ Mrs Willie J. Stevens sup at 70S West DuvaL Rev W. C. Murray Is minister. to complete plans for Women's win begin with the Sun-
Day. Aspects
Well will give the welcome ad ervisor. Others will be Mrs will be held Sunday night to honor Mrs. Poole for faithful day School at 9:30, wit h Bostons Celebrate
dress. The Community Youth Mary Blake, Mrs. Altamese PEACE MBIONARYBAPTIBT Paul Owens as superinten
service. Apen will be The
given. evening service begins
Choir will Mrs. Alice Mclntosb and Mrs Malindawllson. dent. The Anniversaries Sun.
sing. morning service
at 7 ; Rev William
School p.m.. Liptrot is pastor. ,
Black will sing. Missionary begins at 9:30 with Mrs E. B.Barnes and begins at 11 a.m. Rev. Y.
Essie Mat Jones, speaker,will VelerlaUalborywUl appear In staff takes In charge. The consecration of the choirs and ushers Benjamin Bruce, pastor, Mrs. Alice Boston, and Rev:

be Introduced by Mrs. Arise recital, ,sponsored by Rev with Mrs.plac.ln Dorothy basement Greene. The at the processional begins at 11:19: will speak on "In Spite l Of.' Larry Boston, will celebrate
Instrument. Baptism Is
Glover Mrs. Rose Neal and Gaines. Stewardess Board 1'0.1 .scheduled for the morning service Rev. D. B. Barnes pastor .TABERNACLE BAPTBT Music will be under the direction anniversaries Sunday, Sept.
will celebrate on Sept. 28 at Sunday School begins a 9.30 Mrs Solomon is 21 at t at the Rouse at
Mrs. Dorothy Bennefleld will \ will deliver both messages, one at 11 a.m4 the 8:30. : a.m. super at.WendellJakesaedMrs. p.m.
take the offering Mrs.A.Glover 3:30': pra in the auditorium The D. B.Barnes Club mad apresentatlon to the pastor Sunday, intendent.. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. Rev W.E. June Davis. Theeveoingworshlpbeglnsatspm God, I'IZS West 28th. Elder
will Introduce visitors, and Rev. Amamda Anderson will u well as the membership, for his trip by plan Wednesday to Young pastor, will speak in the morning service. All adult Usher J.M, Tuner is pastor. i
Mrs Helen Tinstey will make speak, Mrs Bessie Johnson Is Kansas City: Mo, host city for the National Baptist Convention,. choris, the senior male chorus and Usher Board No. 3 will Board No. 2 will serve through The Sunday Morning Prayer;
remarks. president Usher Board No. 2 Hev. J. H. Jackson president Rev. Barnes returned to the city serve. Rehearsal for all youth choirs will be Wednesday at out the day. .All choirs ha v e Mother L.M. Drummer lead
Th cornerstone laying will will celebrate Its forty-first Saturday 5:30.: The teachers meeting is at 645.: Prayer meeting will been asked to m.etfor rehearsal er, will open davotlons. Rev:
take place at I p.m. The Youth anniversary on September Z5at."p.m'IIIr.'C.A. be at 7:30.: Usher Board No. 1 will observe its anniversary Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Paul Fountain will serve U
program begins at 7 p.m. AH : Duke is PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST Monday night, October 6, at 8 pm Mrs. MaWe White Is Mrs. Gertrude Peele II reporter master of ceremonies ReV.!
are invited president Services begin with tilt Sunday School at 9:30: with Mrs. president ; Amanda Anderson give the
The'complete roster of officers The male chorus will be presented D.B. Barnes, superltendent, in charge. At 11 ass consecration occasion. follows: Chairman, Mrs. in concert on October is held la the basement by the pastor. The devo FIRST CORINTH BAPTBT Dr.Uoseph Reddick Among participants will be.)

Heltn Tlnsley, Co-chairman 21 at 7 p.m Mrs, Eunice Lee Goon will be led by the Junior Deacons. TIle processional Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Deacon Dorsey In Choir Mo. 2 of the St. Marl

Mrs M. Levy, Acting Pastor, and Allen. Green.are directors begins at 11:15 am, with Mrs, Dorothy_ Green at the instrument. -.' charge of classes. The morning service begins at 11:55.: Dis'cqjstJ_Starch, Baptist Church, Elder Most

Mrs If. Glover, Youth Chairman Rev. D.B. Banes, pastor, will speak. Baptism Rer. W.L. Jones, pastor, will deliver the message. Com- The Sunday ChurchSchool b*. Davis and Singers,Ezcelslod
Co- uyfello1r.. At 3:18: comntifiuon will be administered Rev. munion will be administered at 3.45: p.m., at which: Urn gins at t30 A. M. ferric at Singers, McCall Singers, Nntbanlel
MissMiss 0.Brown Men, I /ltte Barnes will'speak on "Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone?" Rev. Young will speak Prayer meeting is Tuesday at 7:30 Grant Memorial A.. Y. E. Jackson,JacksonSincers -
Deacon J. Rogers, Cochairman aJ An. choirs and ushers will serve at both sen lees. Trustee Bible classes Church .Is Friday at 7:30. AQ are. welcome. Church under the direction of Gospel Echoes, TravelIng -
C. Tlnsley. Herbert Grant asks the following trustees to meet with him Rev W.L. Jones, pastor A. V. Rose, superintendent, Stars, Mrs Deborah Bart-
I after the morning service: Mrs. Viola Tate, Mis. Wattle along with his staff of officers ley and Singers, 1Ir.Dorethl
Polllck, Mrs. Rule Lee Grant Mrs. Doris Gray, Mrs. and teachers. Davis, Mrs. Thelnu Wards
Carrie Armstrong, Eurbert Brown, Alto Ferrell and George Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck will 'and Rev EvelenaDun.Fashion .
Clark. Choir rehearsal will be Friday night at 8 p.m. TRINITY BAPTIST preach from the them, "Th
Your professional beautician Deacon Dan Tate Is asking all deacons and Junior deacons Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m. with Supt. A. Taylor In Search For Uf*" at the 10:49

knows the answer.. to wear dark suits and white gloves The church Is located chargeTeachers will be In charge of classes. Th morning Io 8:45 m.p.worship m. h* will period discuss and the at ; World \
at Van Huron and Jessie.COLOBSIAN3 worship begins at 11 a.m, with deacons in charge of de- them "When Words Are Not I
votions. Holy Communion services will be each fourth Sunday Enough". .11
Can hair be damaged BAPTBT at 4 p m. Mrs C. Scott sponsors revival services each Choir No. t and Usher Board St. James A.M.E. Church I Is
your Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and second Sunday night Barbara Robinson is clerk and repor No. t will serve throughout the presenting a, Wonderful''
'; teachers In charge. The lesson will b* ..reviewed by tilt ter. The church is located at 705 West.DuvaL Rev.,W.C day World of Fashions" Sund rJ
from brushing, alone.? pastor TIle morning worship begins at 11 .I:" The even Marry is pasta.MACEDONIA Mrs. Annie Mae Me Into h has Sept. 21, at the Union Hall,
lug service begins at 8 p.m Choir Ho. 1 aid Choir No. 2 been elected the chairman for 2040 East, Slat, at. p.m.
and Usher Board the Annual Women's Day cele Miss Vermeil Stewart 1.1 I
No. 1 will
serve, anniversary of the
All hair sund
Becomes from '
damaged to
exposure bration *
along with
pastor will end September 22. Prayer service Mrs. Esther chairman.Her. J.W.
will be held
elements. Certain greasy compounds and chemicals Improperly Milton
many as co-chairman. Is $
Tuesday. The church located at : BAPTIST
1154 Vest :
31st St.
used, also take their toll¬ to mention simple at
District No. 2 will meet Friday b the home of Mrs.Jeitlne I.
tempts at beautifying the pair;with brush not made of
natural bristles. The results are, brittleness any ,'breakage, dry and MT. SALEM BAPTBT Mote, 1532 East 30th, at 8 p.m. District No. 4 will WHEN YOU .AI Ml
dull looking hair. 4 JtJtf&y J- Sunday School opens at 9:30 with Supt. Jack Green pre meet with Mrs. Barbara Jones, 1469 East 30th at S P.II. Y
Your professional beautician knows how. artificial bristles siding. The lesson topic win be reviewed by aa appoint. The regular order of services will be observed Sunday, tOI .
brush The morning devotions will be led by Deacon 0. Tucker with the Church School beginning a 9.30: with Deacon John Seek Tilt Best! Dtictog.
actually away a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair
and Deacon C. Cattoun. The evening devotions at 8pm. K. Singleton and teachers in charge. The pastor or an appointee Wee TOIII' Doctor Preacr1btaC: r
that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticians n Y
will be in charge of the deacons win review tilt lesson. get Jper1eDCecl
Prayer meeting is Toes- Consecration services begin Pb&rmaclD r r
claim that nothing beats Clairol condition
Pack Treatment
Beauty day night. Choir No. 1 resbearses Wednesday Choir No. S at 10:45 with me pastor in charge, Devotional services will ITo rw Preaerlltlou Word. .
hair overcoming and brittleness to dryness and breakage. rehearses Thursday, Choir No. 3 Saturday. Rev W.O. Rogers begin at It a... Music win be In 'charg* of Choir No. land Ne To tJiIr Doctor' Order.
work-wlth leaving lively which easy manage condition Is an easy-to- is pastor. Mrs. C. Sampson Is reporter. The church is Choir No. S. win Mrs. Battle Baas and Wallace Mlms at t the Use p yzie' Beat Qa11tJ ,
creme can even be applied during a chemical located at 1281 West 22nd St. instruments. Usher Board No. 1 and Usher Board No. 2 :!
straightening retouch to prevent of hair that has been
drying will The districts Dr. C. ,
serve.' following win meet at 3:30 p.m.: electPropletor
"previously relaxed conditionIs the ultimate In repairing deep. NEW REDEEM BAPTIST Ho 1, with Mrs Alice: Barman on 26th and Buckman; No. ,

down damage. And, when time'is a factor for their customers, Districts No.' 4, 6. 8, etc., will have a Joint anniversary 3, with Mrs. Mary Mlddleton on East 23rd Street Circle:
hairdressers turn to new Clairol,Hair Dew*-the lotion conditioner service Sunday at 3 p.m. at tilt church. Other services be Hp. 5, with Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Singleton, 1407 East21st 1 Registered I
that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant gin with Sunday School at 9.30: with Superintendent George ; No. 6, with Mrs Bernice Dayson, 1489 East 25th. The : Pharmacists. To Serve You.

conditioner When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol Ward in charge. The Lesson will be reviewed by tilt pastor B.Y.P.U. boor begins at 5:30 p.m. win Mrs. M.L. Polite -A
Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons in charge- na PMlal feature will be given by Mist Gall COMPLETE LINE OF_

your hair,that many friends will notice and admire. charge of devotions. The choir and Usher Board No. 3 will Hammonds. Miss Millie Gent will be in charge GI..Ie. C..ette.-RIbIItr I!
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. serve throngbpjit the day with Mrs. Fannie Jackson In charge Tb* evramg worship begins at 630.: Both major sermons Gooc a --cudt. ,
,But damage' to every woman's hair comes from so many other of mute. pjstrtefNo. I will meet 1 4:30 p.m. at toe church vlll be grrra by tile pastor, Rev. Wilbur Burgess, or bissapolntM. 81111c1r1tlPRI8cRlFI'bw ]
S Cause* that all human hair (including wigs) needs to be revUgltood -' The n'D1DIworlblp begins at 8 p m, Both sermon will be .. Weekly activities are as follows: Monday night, :i

periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask delivered by tilt pastor Rev Norman. Prayer meeting and 7 ,..:. Christian Aid Society; Tuesday; 7:43 p.m., Prayer CAtLtD rem. AKXa/
.MM. Mpert to check: the condition of your hair. Bible study will be held each Twaday night T-M/Mrs. Meeting tad BIble Study win pastor and deacons tn charge; DIUVDlD-: 9I

i/0ly your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. Jessie Ward Is reporter. Loaction: 1814 East 30th It. Wedarday. I ,..., Choir He 'I and Choir, No. 3, rehearsal; .
OGMrol. Me.'I/ : \ Courtesy of CHIrol Inc. 'TM I FrleV" I >..., Choir' "<>. 2 and Choir No. 4 rehea saL Th ... .
f. EMAKUIL BAPTBT j charcb to located at 3333 r.ru1lll'Crett. Mrs. Bessie Merchant Lilly's 11
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Rev. Abernathy Scores White Churches, Says They Are ''Tajllightin"J "

J. Delivers Message St. Pete Host National Baptist Confab Dr. Joseph, Jackson Makes Plea,

I 'At St. Pete Baptist ConfabST.
r r I
: For Ideals ,Of Jostfce Meet

PETERSBURG Rev Ralph David Abernathy out- iv
spoken leader of the Southei rn Christian Leadership Con- s cur d+' KANSAS CITY, Mo.H-Dr. Joseph glow:. '" K.must be cleansed
Terence, recently lambasted the white church of America : H. Jackson, president of where needed," he said "..,tel

for being lackadaisical and Indifferent and virtually ob- the National Baptist Convention, when lost, rescued when threatened

llvious to criticism U.S.A., Inc., leader of some 8 and redeemed when set at
Dr. Abernathy appeared at have existed and segregation "
million Black Baptists, In his nought.
'the Baptist convention at St. would have been wiped out long address at the annul confab in Goals, according to the minis
If It had not been condoned
Petersburg's ago
Baytront Center. r'4 Kansas City, pled for the protection ter's philosophy, should acc
He labelled himself as a ''Ruted ,- 'by the white churches. For too
prophet from the wilderness long the white churches have rs and support of the ides ording to the rights of all

." The leader belabored been taillights, not headlights. of Justice and fieedom in the President Jackson continued, ,
the Nixon Administration, They act like old ambulances, United Stat... "We do not Deed Americas. '
'praised the Black churches of picking up the wounded, when The eminent leader said the One rich and the poor. One

America and asked for help for they should be bulldozers and American establishment is a white and one Black., One free

he mammoth SCLC. fire engines, starting and: putting IL commitment to Justice and free and one in chains.
<' 'The minister compared the out fires." dom. A part of it is the family, Dr. JacuOII felt that the matterof

Old Testament character Joseph the church music .choolduegr.p1lonlsama.
a part part ,
"the dreamer",to the later. Pilgrim Charity a part philosophy, a part reli- tter of money morality.. If certain -
) .
Martin Luther King Jr., In schooldistrlctsdonotcom-

whose footsteps he now stands. ply, they will not receive funds.
He, Saving Club Simpson : Unit
the part spoke of of many the destroy attempts"the on ;: "During the past year many

4 Musl'cEnsemble Negro students in ouroldestand
dream. ,
The Georgian said that hedisagrees Has Gala Outing fl Presents most respected universities,"

with the tactics used i n of Simpson Memorial said the speaker, "have turned
by Black' civil rights leaderJames The Pilgrim Charity and Saving 7 United Methodist Church constructive to destructive tac-

Forman,whose manifesto sponsored Club's Its Youth annual Department LaborDay presents a "Songfest", Sunday, ,tics. Many have yielded to the
threw white congregations September 21, at 7:00 p.m. demands of the Black students
outing on September 1. The club
Into dithers but said Ms (For- was honored 14V In the main auditorium of the In reality, these universities,
man's) philosophy Is the same The Is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis WhIte church. public have now accepted Negro studnets -
as his otherwise. Rose Loretta Harper
as guests. The youth depart as a class and an inferior
I Dr. Abernathy said, in con- en Minister: Rev S. S.Robinson -
ment of the St. Joseph BaptI.tCurch class that cannot cope
"elusion: "Slavery never would Jr. Is ministers Church
was a guest. with white students. This inferior
.. Chairman The outing was held at the 20 location: Corner of Cleveland status Negroes have advocated
and Kings Road..
Recreation Center. A record for themselves."We .
top was enjoyed t..ty luncheon St. Matthews resent and resist the attempts
.. was served. The annlver- of the scholars Blackor
:: r will be September 14 at the 1
aary S4
white who advocated the adoption -
It. JosepbBaptlst Church. All BaptiSt' ;
: ; of a twolanguagesystem
:tubs and friends are Invited. ST. PETERSBURGMore than 10,000 delegates to the National 'national Baptist Convention of America fromTbenenrupT
in the United States.
I tare Bessie M. Allen Is president. Baptist Convention met In St Petersburg from Sept. 9 tlst, Austin B.J. Choir No. 1 Has
: James Brundage vice ; Fnllylove, Director, HopewelT Baptist, Tea "Let us never forget this and
> resident Mrs. Llllle Merrlt through Sept II Her J.C. Sams, at the left m the plcturels Dallas, and Homer Lewis, Guest Soloist of the Convention and remember dust is not our destiny -

: Utt a secretary and Mrs. Beatrice president He is pastor of the Second Missionary Baptl t Vice President of the Concert Choir, Antioch Baptist,Houston. District No. 1 of S?. MathewBaptist and death is not the goal

Thomas reporter. Church of Jacksonville Here be is shown greeting Texas members Meetings were held In the Bayf ront Center, waterfront auditorium Church, West ,Rev: of life", There is a land of

I t. Mrs. Virgie,C. DeWltty, National Director of' Music for .-Photo Courtesy City News Bureau. G.A. Price pastor, will present pure delight where

a Season's"Tea Sunday, mortal dwell. And *(we pass
ttHit October 12, at 4 ,.m., in the on through this vale.'ot tears to

I { "Wtt. Philadelphia Baptist While Wimlms1'e Choir Union Education Building that faraway strand Into that
Emma Watkins Is
: general land where we never grow old.
; ? chairman. Among those .
Plans Events A report Nude Dr. D.C.
appearing will be Rufus Carr
.' Observes Women's Day : Washington, executive directorof
Miss Martha N. Williams
the Sunday School Publishing
: .: The Friendly Westslde Clarence Bostic, Mrs. Verdee -
.' of Mt. Sinai Baptist Choirs Union held Its Business Board.
Dr. Washington said that much
Hattie Fowler Conference and Banquet
Mrs. ,
will observe ItsannualWoman'sDay Urs W.D. Lucas, Miss Helen
Mrs. Helen Tlnsley, above,will Sunday Sept. 21. Rev Metropolitan Baptist; Mrs Monday evening, September IS, Bullock B. H. S..Trio Mrs. progress was made during 1969.
-be chairman of the Annual Dual Elaln Campbell of Mt. Sinai at 8:15 p.m. In the main auditorium Publications are being used in
Johnson is Mrs Smith., Deacon T.C.
J.W. pastor. Willie B.
of Second Baptist churches. New books
Day at New Mount Bethel Church Baptist Mrs Geraldine Hol- 29,000
6132 Fllcke-, Sunday! Sept. 21. Mary H, Simmon ischalrman, land New; Hope A.M.E. Mrs. Church, Callahan. Rev J.W.Jones Wiggins is leader met with enthusiasm.

A\ full program has been ar- Mrs Louise Nealycochalrman Beatrice Zeigler oNewBet. pastor, Mrs. Ruby B. Sales Increased, by $90,000over
;ranged. Rev. N. Glover is Mrs Addle Hayes pastor-for- worship Allen Stewart, union\ president. St. Luke Baptist last year.
pas the-day and Mrs. Elizabeth hel A.M. The morning The motorcade left Philadelphia -
tor of the church. which begins at 11 a.m will Baotlst 5577Moncrief
Green assistant pastor. Sunday 1 Churcn.)
-. School will begin at ISO: be led by Mrs. LoralneCobbs Road. Ushers Hold Tea

Mt. am with Mrs.Evelyn Anderson ,of Mt.Bethel Baptist,Mrs.Char The Choirs Union will holdits MacedoniaBaptist.1
Calvary Baptist as guest superintendentand lotte Wright and Mrs.D o r is monthly Mass Revival MeetIng St. Luke Baptist's Usher Board

West Union Wright. All ladles choirs will Sunday afternoon, September .No. ,1 will, hold.its fall .tea. .Church
.,iCHor' Honors represent will serve all day. Mrs Cornelia 28th at 2:30 p.m. In the i ISUDdaySept.28.;

....... .. will the welcome main unit of Royal Tabernacle .'
-t-uJt- ,4w IY a (j. Wslhlit be: Mrs -GeiMliWJohMOftotMt. Graham give 't P Participants will be Deacon J4 j" r'
BaptlA Church, 3021 W. 21st d1NN7ye s
address. Mrs Mattle Pearl P. Washington devotions! Gospel ;
Mrs Vera ;
: program Ararat .Baptist; Street. Rev Lee McQueen, .,W\ "
: : 01. Fletcher Victory pastor and spiritual advisor. Pearls Singers,selectionsMrs.;
Camelia LadiesPlan respond The RoblnsonSlnc'.rs The Combined Choirs of Ced- Debris Haywood, introductionof Macedonia Baptist Church will
eft. cuvarJBaptistChurCh'. will present numbers.Mrs arhurst Holiness Church and mistress ceremonlesMiss; observe its annual Women's Dav

Choir No. 2 will celebrate its Allen B. Reed ot Mt.Morlah A. .' 1 i' Combined Usher Boards of Minerva Brown mistress of Sunday, October 26, beginning

(forty-second Meeting M.E. Church will present the ,, p Royal Tabernacle will serve ceremonies; Moses Armstead, with the consecration at 9:20am

-\ September 28, at 3 p.m. speaker, Mrs.Patsy Johnsonof occasion; Mrs. Elzener Weston ,
at the church Columbus Smith September 20 First Corinth Baptist Mrs.Jessie Rabia Temple solo; Mrs Cleo Jenkins, Intro Officers for the day will be:

will be guest organist. The public Weston of Shlloh will take duction of speaker; Mrs Rosa Mrs Estella King, chairman;

Is Invited Participants The Camelia Ladies Club the worship offer lng. Other swill No. 8 At Lee Weaver, speaker,Mrs.Ann Mrs. Georgia Maths, cochairman -

be Rev. Hardy Jackson, Rev. will meet with Mr. and Mrs. be Mrs. Ruby DavlsLlt-, Stripling, offering;Mrs Odessa ; Mrs. Odessa Burgess,

William HilL, Mrs Gussle Henry Garrison on Sept 20, tie Zion Primitive Baptlst.Mlss Mt. Vernon Sun. McGriff, remarks. pastor; Mrs Maybelllne Wells,

Gray, Mrs. Eloulse Edmonds, at 8.30pm. Mr and Mrs, Joan Grover, Mt. Ararat Bap A repast will be served in recording secretary Mrs..

St,James A.M.E.,Mrs.Jeanett Garrison reside at 1S33 W. tist, Mrs MrsErnestSnelllng Rebla Temple No. 8 will worn: the dining room., Dorothy Goggins, financial! secretary -
Solomon Mt. Ararat Ba t I st. Mrs Mildred Gllllam Mrs. Elsie Rallback
p 15th nits Handberry, Mrs. Carrie ship at Mt. Vernon ChurcbSun- ; ,
also Charlie Sledge,First Corinth will be cohostess Members Sermon, .Mrs Easter Davis, former Miss Mary Sarah Williams, above, became the day, Sept. 21. The church is East Florida; treasurer; Mrs Bessie Mer-
Mrs Irma Jean to be time bride of John Edward White in an impressive double-ring chant
Baptist; are expected on all of Mt. Ararat. Mrs Marian located at Prince and Whither publicity.
Odom, Zion Hope BaptlstMrs.Mollle Mrs A.M Hartzog is presi Carswell will representDaJ ceremony held at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Tallahassee Streets. Bethany Usher'sPlan Those serving on the finance
recently. The bride was given in marriage by h e r committee Mrs. Emma
Chester, Grace Baptist; dent. Spring. Mrs Carolyn f The service begins at 10:45. are D.
Sarah Thomas, Zion Hope,Baptist Putnam will represent Second god-father, Fred L. Coley, Palatka, The bride is a native of Potentate Davis asks Melton, chairman, Mrs. Mary
; Mrs. Betty Middlebrco k, Harmony ChapterOES Baptist. Mrs. Mary H. ,Palatka. She Is a senior Accounting Major at Florida A t M all to be present George and on time. Mass 'I.M'!?" I,. Mallard, Mrs Elsie Hall-

Mt. Calvary Baptist,and Mrs. Simmons will give the ob University, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpa Sorority and an Rev. G.T. McCall is pastor. i: back and Mrs. Dorothy Goggins.
Flossie Brunson, St James A. Announces'Anninrsary servation. A fellowship dinner attendant to Miss ROTC of Florida A & M. The groom is a Thomas Williams Is reporter. The Program committee membersare
East Florida and
M.E.; Allen Thomas, Midway will be served in the dining -. native,of Montgomery, Ala. and holds both undergraduate and Bethany Mrs Doretha Smith,chairman -
Usher Won will hold
A.M.E.; Mrs C. Threadcraft.Mrs. room.' The evening wor- graduate degrees from Florida A&M. He is a member of Phi Friendly Westside ,Baptist Sept. 22 i at'the a Mrs John Simpson and
Daisy Capel is president ship begins at 5.4S.Mrs Rea- Delta Kappa Fraternity and i is currently employed as Student mass meeting Mrs. Dorothy Hamons.
New Redeem Church
and will make remarks. Harmony Chapter No. 85 of ther Brown and Mrs. Josie Personnel Specialist at Albany Technical School, Albany, Ga. Ushers Hold( RevivalThe l Rev Norman pastor.Baptist, *"' "> Mrs. Rohnnle Singleton will

Mrs L.M. Wright, chairman the Order of the Eastern Star Bowen will lead tbedevptlons. Following a reception held in the Grand Ballroom, F AMUtbe The executive board will'meet handle tags .
of the program committee will hold Its anniversary Sept. Mrs Doris Neavins will givethewelcomeaddress. ,couple left for a wedding trip to California and other portions Friendly West Side Ushers with Mrs Madlln Judge Friday Mrs. Battle Bess and Mrs.:

Rev. William Hill pastor, will 21 at 3 p m at the Day Spring Mrs. flf the United States. They will reside in Albany Union will bold the revival hour Sept. it, at 3 p.m;, e)1.1333 Bryant will handle music. Miss
also speak. Baptist Church. The public is Essie Waters of Jerusalem Sunday at 2.43: : in the Abyssinia Bridler Rev. ri.H. Hartley Is. Cant is chairman of the sponsors.
Church.Rev.W.L.Wynn Mrs. May L. Flanderswill
invited Baptist Southslde will re
moderator, Mrs, ME!Heard is
;:t Pallbearers Mrs. Wilma Williams is spond. The Floradale Gospel Local A.C.E. The robin It une of the dinosaur Is pastor. Mrs. Leila Pool vlll president Mrs. Eloise: Wrights represent youth.Mrs.Daisy i
Worthy Matron. Rev C. A.'. Singers and the Johnson- close! at vurvivmg relativ.u: act as mistress of ceremonies. reporter Bozman will be in charge of i
!; Meets Weaver is pastor ette Singers will be guest. Leaauers Announce Phillip Alback is president; Tet rf nas courtesy. ,
Society --
Mrs. Nits Bell Draper will

Master Masons take the offertory, representing Church Drama I' ,"
Pallbearers Society No. 181, Shiloh Baptist. Others supervising f *
Mrs. Ella Rush president, will the offertory: will The Local Leaguers of the A. ni: iftil .
meet Monday night at 7 p. m. Meet At be lira.Sarah Burch,Mt Ara- C.E.Leagne. will present"God'sPeople *
In the Mount Olive Primitive
Co tuse"at New Bethel
Baptist Church, in the base Mt. PleasantThe rat, Mrs. Bethea Rogers.Mrs.Euia St. A.M.E. Church Sunday at 3 p.m.
located at Matthews Baptlstand
went The church is
and Myrtle. All mem L. Thompson of Simpson Me All Leaguers are asked to b e
Bourth Master Masons of D aval, present. Miss Brenda.Bar:IsI Unfair ;
are expected thodist. Mrs. Hattie M.,Wallace ,
Vera j: County, District No. 1 are call and Mrs ZelmaSmalleyMcKay t is president. MissLlndaLockett Housing: ;

ed to meet at the Mt. Pleasant will sing. Awards Is reporter. 'a
In Memoriam
21 at
e Baptist Churcb on Sept. will be made to outstanding OLD CRABS

2:30 p.m.,toasslstOaklan d ladles for civic and religious King cram link the Atomic Ann
Lodge No. 65 in the cornerstone work in the church or la the with the primeval world Theyare
laying service. '1'1e ''community. Giftswlllbepre-- amonii the oldest
speaker will be Rev.H.T.Brown rented to baby contest par- ., in the ma living on after, Isn't
District Deputy Nassau County of their early t"nh'"IHrario'| Unf*
will leave the e,Ucipaits.. have become fineila!
at 2 p.m. '. :,

AEdward, Worshipful Master; ,
Rev. N.Glover,pastor;H.Sim ," ; '
ElIn moos, District Duputy. \
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The annual Men's Day at Mt. As LIW As --- It's IllegaL'I } .

Zion A.M.E Church Old St. '
Augustine Road, will be observed 215.00' Dm 60.00 Per MiEtk : *; ; :

-_."- ._.. _..... all day Sunday, Sept. .,*, ... i
21. Rev.Solomon Under The New Government .IJ :
Waterford 235"
loving memory of our darling Program This Program ,il. t
sister, Alouemicber Mack, pastor of the Church ot the is designed, tor''' those people to buy A Home that ,1\ ; r,.,
this life three Master, will speak In the morning have not been abs'to afford one in the past. I
who departed '
1 : ,
Rev Charles Robinson
ago today,September 22, FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ,
years 1IM. pastor of St Andrews A.M.E. CONTACT; 1,1 ,$ou k' ,..ap.-.. .. 'I., ., t
L Church Jacksonville .. 'I ; ,j ,,. ,.,' r1'1" ': '
"A precious one from us is will I ,wti took\ r. rw "
speak in the evening service. HOUSE SALES, INC. \ nlIIt 91A' P':,
gone, a voice we love Is still, ;rr.1' : ),. ,
Guest soloists will also f\ 'uoy'Ore k''' '
a place in our hearts Is vacant par ,4r w.. :
and never can be tilled Sadly ticipate. The chairman and 3131 Diiisin ,, ,St., At, 20th St. ,Eiprmuy Or ", Ji"\" "It. >':' I :'
Sisters Hattie cochairman: Nero Merrlt Jr. t/ wi '
missed. ,
1 Mae, Dodie Signed:Mae Peterson and Melvin Anderson respec. Calf At : Fair housing is a fact. If you live under a roof or want to,the new law covers you,

.' Michael Brother, Mack.Leroy Williams Son .is lively pastor.Rev J.C. Bennerman, Is" 354:1141. : Find out what; the law says.Write: Fair Housing,Washington, D.C. 20410

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from the Quaker Test KitchensSailors' ;
Cooking meat at low temper. to Infection. Vegetable ana Aid I
atures has many advantages. A fruits. contain lots of important PII..II Estknithf _
low temperature makes the vitamins,'a Be sure every member Cereal Boats
of your family gets four or Snack:
meat more Juicy and therefore
When putting oa a eommuaity with ethers, has a clear head,
flavor .. more setwiugaQsUY. .
improves requires f
is calm under fire, and can
want It to
.meal, of course you
fuel, and results In more servings eeeeCS .
CSSC it be erraaUe.Ceaalder
be successful -- whether
from a cut of meat that
Is to be sliced. Eggs are an Important food In for fund raising,social reason, the aaraber of
the diet. Both the white and or both. Here are a few Ups people yea plan to serve, thealtchea
eels eeein the yolk contain the Important on planning meals to feed a apace and amount and r
general, vitamins arete* tissue building nutrient, pro crowd eewttUe) of equipment, the
enttal for normal growth, tein. The yolk is also a good Select the "ideal" chairman, amount of space and furnlsh-
healthy offspring, good health, source of the mineral iron and who will coordinate the dlMMr lap la the ttnlag area, the size
prevention and/or cure of certain vitamins A and D. Eat eggs and divide the work up Intelligently and avallaUUty of the cloak-
.. room when deciding where to
diseases, and resistance often. one who works well
held the affair.Estimate.
'- : beforehand how
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I many servings you will get from obPuffed
a recipe. It will help in food
fv. Prices Good YLrg 9/24 Wednesday purchasing and you'll avoid the
embarrassment of running out
{ :j', "YOUR !QOLLAR BUYS,' of food U the middle of the "fin: y '

WQR .&T'YOUR,, meal. l +
Put ea the menu dishes that
: will act require a great deal
I !, l F86D Jfs1'oRES". of last minute preparation and
will not lose their attractive.MM .
'l 1fTOlYHFls when allowed to stand for A crumb-crusted fruit pie for die ten! It calorie \ possible
AhERICA11D( ,yet this beautiful Three Fruit Pie can MM a counter'sconscience.
and favors
Qc ;; some time.Arrange The secret ii low calorie diet canned fruit-three dif, rice candy makes appealing placecards fora
a time for cooks and ferent kinds to rive color and flavor variety. Ordinarily this child' party. Shape the chewy tasty, cereal candy into tiny
ether worker te sit down, rest would be 886 calories per serving, but the diet fruits brine the boats, then add wood masts and paper sails. The puffed rice
'ills"r S.lf.ilslll tfeeir feet, sad enjoy a meal before count down to 205. candy can be tinted with any desired food coloring to fit the
.Cass the main event. Three-Fruit PIe;',. party theme or a youngster's whim. Fill the boats with candy
'C I lorox Have someone (or several 1 cup graham cracker 1 can (8' calorie and nuts and you're set for smooth sailing on the summer
Flour women) designated to act as crumb Diet Delight sliced party course. And when the "cargo" is gone, the boats ire
Sugar official hottest to greet and seat 14 teaspoons non-fattening pineapple delicious snacks, too.
special guests and/or guests liquid an eetener*, % cup cornstarch
19C 'Iall speakers, arrange for faculties divided Dash of salt SAILBOAT PLACECARDSMakes
49C' te hang up wraps, sell and 2 tablespoon melted butter 2 eggs,well beaten 8 placecarda
collect tickets at door. margarine 1 tablespoon butter or1can(1034on.lowcalorie
39c 5 .J :. ,
5 Ih. Limit 1 ,lull with Another community meal tip ( Delight Mandarin 1 teaspoon margarineDiet vanilla extract 6 cup puffed rice Vt teaspoon food
is to consider the advantages H cup low calorie 3 tablespoons butter coloring
limit 1 with- $5.00, ,$S5.$ 00 ar mere C asl' Sn"rl serving a fruited gelatin salad 1 can ((8 oz.) low calorie apple Jelly or margarine 8 wooden let cream
(or dessert). This Fruit Flavor Diet Delight quartered 1 tablespoon water 4 cups miniature skewer
feed .rchsl sticks or
fI"I" 'IrcbSl' Gelatta is colorful and attrac- Bartlett pear marshmallow
Coffee tive, can be easily prepared Combine graham cracker crumbs, 1 teaspoon sweetener and 2 1 teaspoon vanilla 8 paper ",all,"
1 ahead of time, and requires. tablespoon melted butter in small bowl. Mix until crumbly Press
Cold Power little last minute nx1n'.. into bottom and side of lightly buttered 9-lnch pie plate. Chill Heat puffed rice in shallow baking pan in preheated moderate
I ,Irst t rt't well. Drain oranges, peat and pineapple combining and reserving oven (350F) about 10 minutes. Pour into greased large
I liquids. In a medium saucepan, cornstarch and salt In of double boiler
bowl. Melt butter and top
f Add water to reserved 1 1 to IK Stir
enough liquid measure
Detergent .i, 69c I II. ] 9cFIESN SENEEiINi'N 1, into cornstaich along with egg. Over very low heat, cook cups until over boiling water, stirring occasionally until smooth Stir In
thickened, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and food coloring Pour over puffed rice, stirring until
butter. Cool thoroughly, stir in remaining % teaspoon sweetener evenly coated.
PORN SHOULDER Swlff; Pnmium Rih Ullt, 1Is! .f and vanilla. Pour into chilled pie shell and chill until filling is With greased hands, quickly shape mixture to form eight
firm. Arrange fruits in six sections (two Jrt fruit) over filling 4-1/2-inch/ long sailboats, using about 1 cup mixture for each.
Summertime and the In small saucepan combine jelly : Cook over low Make down the center of each boat, by building .
an oblong cavity
RoastSteak housekeeping should be easy heat until jelly is melted. Spoon evenly over fruit Make 6 serv
Beef ,.
This summer American I'!,.. 205 calories per serving. up sides and ends. Firmly pack the bottom of each cavity.
families will eat over 1 billion % teaspoon; sweetener equal sweetening power'of 2 teaspoon Insert I stick into the end of each boat for a "mast. Print
meal outdoor This mean sugar name on each paper "sail"; glue a "sail" to each "mast. Let
f. lot of grills to clean. Here' a boats stand at least 30 minutes or until set. Fill with candy
tip for quicker, clean-up after sn tJ
,4geIlSterl the cook-out Immerse' grill
3ge 9ge
Lt. It Into the laundry tub. Soak
them in a high concentrationof Creole Character for Corn BreadCreole SEAFOOD CENTER
pine oil cleaner and water
Later on, sponge the grills 6N MVRTLE AVE
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in butter until ten er. Add spices Combine cornstarch and cold CLAW CRABMEAT ..:;,........ Hb.C.2SOSHRIMP
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INTIMIDATION, neighboring Booth Africa. Swaziland Is an enclave-about the
WINDHOEK, Southwest Africa .. (NPO .. In one of Its Else of Mew Jersey.-wlthln the Republic of South Africa but 1 'M i.'fir'i.
latest drives to Intimidate the Black Africans the mandated It has withstood so far any attempt by Sooth Africa to "bk. f. ,
Southwest African territory, the white-ruled South African over'' --By Negro Press International. (
Judiciary has railroaded five of eight Ovambo tribesmen to
: life Imprisonment, and another to 18 years; while acquitting ;
: two. AU were accused of being associated with a South-West
Africa People's Organization(SWAPO) plot to overthrow the WON'T BUDGEPRlTORUNPl '

: "legal" government violently. !).-White-ruled South Africa Is determinedly w .

BOMBING TRY standing pat and refusing to budged from Its outdated League

ACCRA'.. (NPI) Reminiscent of the days during the regime of Nations mandate claim over South West Africa The claim of f ft
of deposed President Kwame Nkrumah, an explosive device the government Is that the"Inhabitants wantSooth Africa to continue e
was set off at Parliament House last' week, slightly administering the land" Foreign Minister lIgard Muller
damiglng a ceiling and a door. The explosion occurred ]just declared recently "We have been In SWA for 50 years already, i- a eer
before) the Constituent assembly was to promulgate a new constitution and I want to state clearly that we Intend to remain in SWA, because
; that would enable Ghana to shift from military to. it is our intention to prevent any aggression from outside
civilian rule. No Injuries were reported. the territory or by an population groups of SWA"

SNAIL LONDON MAIL.. (NPI) Like the American public has long COFFIN BEDS *
since found, Britons are awakening to the fact that the "n utt- TUBA CITY, ArIt -NPI"In) a nation of vaunted affluence,It r
shocking learn that sick Indian babies are placed in coffins i
n ss" has gone out of the mailman's creed. The latest Incidence
a tragic one, Involved Mrs. Surjlt Barrar, an Indian in a Navajo reservation hospital, because of a shortage of beds
living in'Southall who had thrombosis In her left leg. Hllllng- Such an occurrence Is contained in a year-long study, Just com
don hospital sent her a postcard confirming Instructions to pleted by the Citizens Advocate Center. A nurse is quoted assaying
reduce dosage of tablets she was taking to alleviate bloodclot- "we put IDaDtlIII coffins, and four to a crib"
tint In her leg. The card took four days to arrive, but Mr..
; Barrar has died In the interim,from overdose of the tablets. WATER LOAN 'Yal
yi 1 ACCRA loan reloan deal has been wbrkedimt
: --((NPQ--A) between -
MEMBER the Republic of Ghana the Ghana Water and Sewerage
KINGSTON (NPO) The newest and 24th member of the
and the World flank! and its affiliate the Inter-
corporation, ,
Organization of American States Is Jamaica. It formally took
up membership last week when the country's parliamentary national Development Association. The World Bank and mA ar;
ratification of the charter was lIanded'la to the OAS headquarters loaned Ghana $3.5 million, which the government loaned to the t
In Washington. > corporation to finance extension of the water distribution system f {

la the capital and the nelghbornlng port of Tema, and. the Installation ., .n, .,jt.a1il ..t'a .
POWDER CEO of a sewerage system In Accra .. --- -
THE NEW Wilbur
: LEEDS, England .. (NPI) .. A warning that Britain Is Richardson's long-awaited, modern and attracted new ones, both black and white Shown in front of
f sitting on a powder keg of racial violence was sounded last SECOND CLASS PARLIAMENTJORANNESBURGNPlSept. 5-bay tire service center It now a reality, after rears of the new A-One Tire Tire Center are: Jack Ker, Ker Tire Com
week by Home Office Undersecretary Rees, during localaddress. ( ) 24 is the day that the white- caving and .planning and a final assist form' the Federal panjr, Inc., Cleveland; Mr. and airs. Wilbur Richardson; and B. I
:. "There Is a danger of the presence of underlying government Since moving to toe new location at 2737East F. Goodrich Zone Manager Charles Caldwell
ruled South African government has set for the elections of
: racial tensions In all parts of the country A non-racial spark, Siff Street Ctavriiux1: Ohio, be has kept old customers'Women'l
40 Blacks serve on a "Colored People's Representative
could set the trouble off, he said.
Council," to represent the 1.8 million people who are racially work? Male lunfiih
.: AMIDST OPPRESSION mixed. The 40 elected officials will be sided by 20 picked by build the neat guard it. fertilize Delta, Sigma Thetas Give National Beauty
SwazUand--(NPI-After a year Independence, the government The Coloureds lost the four seats they had in the egg and defend the young I
Swaziland's people are looking hopefully toward making their parliament when the government abolished the seats last year. that hatch among the pebbles
own ray with out having to submit to the racist policies of I Support To Black Banks Culturists Meet!

The United Community National -
BALTIMORE MD. -- Following The Southern Atlantic Region
Bank Is the youngest and
a panel discussion on newest bank In the Washington, of the National Beauty Cultrists'
"Green Power In the Black D.C. area. The bank's chairman League Inc. Is holding Its 17th
i, Community, Delta Sigma Theta of the board Is Dr. William annual convention In Miami, I
President Frankie M. Free- Collins, .* black dentist October 28, 27, 28, and 29.
man moved from words action: who Is also on the Board of. Headquarters will be at the
.., by presenting, on the spot,funds Trustees at Howard University. beautiful Everglades! Hotel.
for an Initial deposit ataW'uhtngtan
D. C. black bank.
Samuel F. Foggle, Vice raters Give Money To Fayetlc
t President, and Cashier of the

., {, United Community National FAYETTE, Miss.The: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, with
./. Bank of Washington. acceptedthe headquarters in Washington, D.C. with 300 local chaptersand
Delta deposit..The nearly 20,000 members in principal cltiesha, &Paunched
panel on "Green Power ed a campaign aimed at easing the financial problems facing
In the Black Community" was
this small town, unique in that it has a Black majo
a part of the Delta week-long
a convention i The panel Included: and a Black city council. Ellis F. Corbett, assnUtdi'
", Kenneth 0. Wilson, president, rector of Planning and Development at AtT ''University
flI Baltimore Mutual Investment Greensboro, N.C., and national president of the Fraternity
:; Company; D. 'Parke Gibson, went to Fayette and presented a check to the city.
; president, D. Parke Gibson It Mayor Charles Evers received the check Mayor Evers
... I $30 Billion Negro Market,"and cutlve. The city badly needs money to help pay its pubHcAervlceemployeesandto -
1 ,j. Joe.., Black, vice-president,
provide.the. basic ,,
r rN' : commurnlty
I I special markets, the Greyhound : faculties.The:: maJor'' made a nationwide appeal \'

I ; } TttfTtA 4tfM'"IIOtlu'Ul Black' said slogans&lQ.'UI !about I.IV shortlyoifter taking fflcsoitus. wn Nim md tftom "f!I

"black power" or ,"creen
A power" don't mean anything unless .

hat- Lf> pursue black youths goals In are the motivatedto large

.; business now doing community In politics., as blacksare Gin & Tonic?

I J Wilson said, Vthe black man
V f A. : 'J must become business orientedto
t. the extent that be can compete
\ r4 favorably In the total mar
ket and serve both black and r K' .
.- white consumers.",
i Rj E'n Gibson said black citizens f rrot
4 di have the genius to do as wen M
In business as they have In

$ sports, entertainment poll
I tics.
In making the presentationMrs.
Freeman said, "By depositing 1
funds at a black bank,
Delta Sigma Theta is providing
additional' resources for the
a United Community National
Bank to do more ,toward Uneconomic
development of the

ghetto. "
"Delta chapters and members
are urged to support and
strengthen;,, black"'financial Institutions
I.f who are striving to
I help achieve black economic
Mrs. Freeman noted that th
National Bankers J Assoclatlor
has launched',a'.nationwide.
campaign to convince the larger
: BulchtCKnllf, Carving Fork, last! Slicer Him Slicer
corporations to deposit funds In
:H Meet 89C ea. ewes 99*
the 22 black banks across the
v '
I, country.
Knife Block, "We Delta Sigma Theta
/' 53115 don't have'>be convinced,ttMr.
,'t Ij, ..
Freeman said "We know
'd'J .,, off I JiJ.1r I' that with; pie strengthening of
: ,,', 'f; )f""T. the lending power of these black

banks, many black businessmen Make
\ homeowner and buyers, prfects'
C I and parents of children Interested ,
yr I In attending college,will

Mow'you can get anyone I for receive needed special financial consideration ulllt-

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Black Morhes Glvei Right World Of looks Holds Key Detroit Post National Urban EDUCATIONAL_

To Wear New tk t WOUNDUP

edited by WILLIAM 1 I '
F. HADDAD and 0. DOUGLAS 4 1ATLANTAEtaile + Plans CHICAGO (MPty .. Black history and culture programs
Untied Stat. Marines new order hu come through to the PUGH; published by PRENTICE Big Fair have definitely arrived on the Illinois higher education scene,
to wear their hair Afro giving the Black.1Il1.tld men authority -HALLNew York; 19S pp. according to a 19-page directory "BlackStudlesla the Mate
to the Black styla within bouDdt-mt give recognition hardcover, $4.96 MEW YORK: The Roaring of Illinois" compiled by Charles J, Evans,fellow.Innovations
aDd UIIItJ'" POWer salute u a gesture of "rlCOplUon In tile first chapters of this Twenties will be back In all center Chicago City college. The second such directory of

This president-breaking ord.* book, the acuteness of the problems Its flamboyant splendor when Institutions within the state, offering Black studies, it lists ;
dig of eatreproneurshlp 65 schools, against last year's total of 33.
er was tent out In a message ceremonies the National Urban League
by. Marine Corps Commandant It V Mt that a change In Is outlined In detail. Guild presents the Ebony FashIon
contains quotes FACULTY MEMBERS
General Leonard F. orders tor hair styles results Chapter one Fair
Chapman Wall on Sunday, October 5,
recent study by
from from a
Jr. who said the Afro haircuts recent racial tension. Re- In the Grand Ballroom of the .. ..
one Marine did and 31 Street Investment banker Joseph CHARLOTTE, N.C. (NPI) Two Black professors have
would be permissible "nUrt -
forming to regulations If Coa injured In troubles In Camp M. Klrchhelmer, as reported New York Hilton Hotel been added to the acuity of the University North Carolina

Until now a virtual TfT"1** N.C.. and In Hawaii. In Christian Science Stunning creations that will under full professorship arrangements They are Dr. Blydea
that mandate The officer also ordered Monitor, which states la part mule both the mind and they Jackson, 88-year-old specialist In Negro literature and dean,
specified "hair
: neatly and shall be reviewed J of Promotions and i I nrchbelmer's throe-month will be seen, all built a- graduate school, Southern university, who will be member of
worn closely pro-I I
mid" and shall be trim. *?** to which preJudlee I Investigation la major cities: round the theme "The the Chapel Hill.faculty's English department; and Dr. Joseph
sides and back u to at the shown such as Los Angeles St. Louis Flapper Returns With Soul. 8, Hines, 61, formerly of North Carolina Central university,
evenly graduated present an ChlPmu sale "B Is when and Minneapolis(and 10 other Young designers, black and Durham, who Joins the sociology-anthropology department on

Lone or conspicuous sideburnsMarins nwves to other areas cities), toads to the conclusion Dapleuli (left), administrative assistantto white, have been working tirelessly the Greensboro campus.REINSTATEMENT ,

art prohibited b1 present flCU. that or returns thesedlfferences to the United Sides the that attrition In many rate Inner-city of Black areas merchants '.,, Larry (right, general sales manager of.the Detroit Coca- to create a collection of SOUGHT

Istlons. there where arise And exceeds the birthrate.One Cola Bottling Company, reviews a weekly sales report In air. clothes never shown before.
Chapman also ruled that "ac- ill Marines acts of violence of the U contributors to Korean's office. As part of his orientation, Mr, Duplesslscov./It' promises to be a memorable NEW ORLEANS. (NPI) .. Tea ousted Southern university
'lions, signs symbols, gestures acts which are be occurring tolerated "Black Economic Development ered ,the Company's sales area with several district managers fashion event (New Orleans campus)students have filed suit III U.s. District
and words Mill which are contrarrto and mUtt cannot, ," John Z. Delorean, in order to get the route uleman'i view of the business. Court seeking reinstatement to the school In good standingand
tradition not be
permitted writes about what he terms Dnplessls, S4, attended George Washington Carver school and Jim IrowlMisl permission to take examinations they missed The 10
"hangups:" Northern High School In Detroit, He Is a native of New Orleans, are part of IS students dI.mtlleddurinethut'.ldent revolution
'Of wo have learned nothing and hu 15 years experience in the field of retail merchandts- last Spring.' .,Two' have already been cleared of charges by
Civil else from the courts. aot
Rights Roeudup the past decade of hag Face ,
racial turmoil, wo should have
learned at least that there Is DELAY "MISS' MIXWASHINGTON ,'
FORCES MARSHALLED no llnele panacea tor America's ChargeSANTA (NPI) -- Mississippi. has been granted .,
oldest and deadliest 'problem1 .' Felony a delay In school Integration until Dec. 1 for 14" of Its school
WASHINGTON .. (NPI) -.Some heavy opposition has been "TholdeaofBlackcapitallsm League Plans BigExpansion districts despite protests by the NAACP Legal Defense and
lined up to combat Senate confirmation of Judge Clement F. has been embraced all too eagerly -, MONICA Calif -Jim Educational Fund, because of "Insufficient time. .to accomplish
Haynsworth to the U.S. Supreme court. The Senate Judiciary by white planners who Brown actor and }lormer football a complete and orderly Implementation of desegregation
committee, which began hearings on the nomination, will hear apparently see It u a way of pro, Is still under a chargefor plans before ;the beginning of the 1969-70 school
21 witnesses, U of whom oppose Haynsworth and two whose regaining credibility In the' Effort felonious assault and must year." The delay was granted by Justice Hugo L. Black
positions u. still untaowl Among the announced opponents ghettos. Yet the wounds of return to court January 12, at the request of the Health, Education, and Welfare, and
are NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins and Floyd B. black-white confrontations are 1B70, for the setting of a trial Justice departments

McKlsslck, co-chairman, National Conference of Black Law. by now too deep to permit MIAMI Because of the Imperative to launch out again with oven date.The
chute arose from an PICK MALCOLM X
yers. any painless reconciliation need of housing, Integrated a more Intensive drive
Dunbar S. Me Laurin and and upgraded, for minority Incident of August 1. Cars CHICAGO '((NPI!) .. The Crane campus of Chicago City ;-
OUTLAW PRISON BIAS Cyril D. Tyson view Black capitalism ',, groups here the Greater Director Fair Insists that driven by Brown and Charles college has finally been renamed Malcolm X college after "
u basically attacking Miami Urban Equality, termln- better living conditions lead to Brush, 62, of Hollywood were months of bitter wrangling by the Chicago City College board.
NEW ORLEANS .,.. (NPD .. Complete and immediate do- only a portion of the "prob Mlaml Urban League has asked better employees Ho hopesto Involved In a minor collision The selection was only accomplished after a $12,000 Surveyof
segregation of all correctional Institutions within Louisiana lem. tile Ford Foundation for $500. step up appreciatively the Brown Is charged with refusing area residents was conducted to determine which Black
was ordered by U. S. District Judge Alvin B. Rubin last week. "Development of ghetto or 000 for the continuation of rehabilitating of old homes In to exchange Identity and of driving figure's name would be most suitable. The late Malcolm
The order resulted from a suit filed by Mrs. Hedy Major Jr.. Black entrepreneurship Is desirable Operation Equality terminated a three yeat period. his car toward Brush. X was one of three top names In the running .. others were
whose son Is confined In the State Industrial school for Black and laudable,but It must when Its grant of $205, 000 was Judge! Bernard Selber said Booker T. Washington and Medgar Evers.
youth. The state maintains seperate institutions for whites, be tied Into a network of infrastructures expended. OrgaeizatioeFights that Brown's attorney did not
a school for boys In Monroe, and one In Plnevllle for girls. and superstructures This announcement has been prove that Brown should not beheld HAIFA. ISRAEL"NPI: ) .. Eight Black student leaders
which makes of entrepreneurship made by T. Wlllard Fair, ex- Brown will travel to who worked this summer u community organizers In National -
CiI GETS HELP a productive function ecutlvo director of the League Against Spain for a picture Urban League ghetto projects, have arrived for a two-
,rather than merely a here. week stay In Israel Accompanied by Ronald Brown, director,
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -. has received help from the state In his battle against chalenge. to Insure fair housing for Cubans Haynsworth economic programs that might be u.efUlla American ghettos.
Kernodle's park, local recreational area which refused him "Black capitalism, however and Blacks and the lowering When Blacks
admission because he defined must be tied Into GOOD START
Is Black. The state attorney general's the of many barriers WASHlNGTON-.The hearing
office has filed a petition seeking court enforcement a Missouri main economic system of the According to Fair, the newly on the nomination of Judge Demand EqualityPITTSBuRGHTbe NASHVILLE (NPI) .. The local fund-raising campaign
Commission nation or It will be Meharry Medical college has reached one-fifth of distance
on Human Rights order, Issued last July, meaning exhausted program was successful Clement F. Haynsworth
banning park discrimination on racial grounds. less" Several families President Nixon to the United dispute toward Its $1.3 million goal, according to fund chairman A.L.
McLaurin Is founderpresident of minority groups wire moved States Supreme Court has been oetween Black and white work Moore Some $300,000 In contributions and pledges have been
PRESSURE CONTINUEDNEW of Guettonomlcs, Inc.,New into other areas. postponed until September 15. ers and unionists In Pittsburgh made, Th.drl I.expected to reach tbe top figure before Oct.
York consulting firm. A pioneer Fair mentioned that another'' The postponement Is due to reached acllmaxlastweekwhen 6, when the national campaign is launched In New York for
YORK .. (NPI) .. Despite all efforts by the city to economist, ho has spent goal has to do with the outlawing the death of Senator Everett the Blacks demanded that the ISS-mllllon.
block the squat-In by Black militants on the site of a proposed 23 years la the field of under of discrimination In real, Dirkson.Haynsworth. city employ .40 per cent of
state office building In the Harlem area, the militants con developed nations and ghetto economics estate practice. A law has has been nominated Negro laborers on Its construction LACK OF MONEY
tinue to keep the pressure on. Recently, they ran up a "Black been passed within the city to fill the seat occupied Jobs. They also demanded NEW YORK- CNN) .. STEP Student Transfer Education
liberation" flag on a flagpole on a city-owned traffic Island. Tyson Is commissioner of making it Illegal to refuse sale by former Justice Abe Fort as. a $10,000,000 forfeiture bond to Program),which has brought Black students from southern
The city park commissioner, aided by assistants and police, manpower and career development simply because of race. Civil rights organizations have Insure that the quota will be met schools to top-ranking Long Island high schools during tile
hauled it down after It had flown for several weeks. and deputy administrator. Another part of the program banded together to fight the over the next two years. This put five years, hu come to an end because of a loss of an
Human Resources Administration. would mean that II 200 of the $8,000 annual National Urban League aid The stoppage of
which Fair seeks to extend Is seating of Haynsworth on the
UNEQUAL JUSTICE New York. contention that 13,000 workers would be Black. funds was made because the league felt It should concentrate
GMUL, Inc., non-profit nous. most of his opinions
CORE'S national director,, Ing corporation The organization 1 have been blued At the moment the number of "on local communities, especially la the South, building
ATLANTA .. (NPI) -- Black prisoners In the Fulton County Roy lands argues that the general : has done much toward Blacks working Is 2 per cent. and enriching programs In those areas."
Jail are making an appeal for outslle help to win equality lack of an"entrepreneurial"putting rundown houses Into --- --- r
of Justice not only In the courts, but also In Jail:'They claim'' 'tradition" among Blacks'pro'.condition and reselling them r
the courts have meted out stiffer sentences' ,thettloiithela' vides ample Justification fore ,' ... '
"Separatist "' I Among IV.mlnt.1Ithat \'. ,,n ,.1.Ik.(! p .rf..vuw.+ >t:' el\+ NT9.
same crimes that whites commit and that treatment In the Jail economy.- of helping displaced families : ./ .: ..
of Black prisoners Is much worse than that accorded white Black mortgage banter'eey wade through much of the ., '
Inmates. Travis of Chicago Is quo- I
tape :;
Involved In making
ted u saying,"There are fewer

NAACP Defense Fund site Negro now businesses than there of significant were .40 I families changes. This to get has allowed high on many the; 1

list of priorities to homes
years ago. Between 1950-60 .. .

I 'Will Help Clearwater Men while Negro declined business business ownership 20 ownership percent actually -,, Housing repossessed Upon Its Administration receiving by the the Federal isquested : : that's Busch; baby"And

grant League plans
CLEARWATER: A defense I points out that they may have throughout. the nation was Increasing ,
fund for the u.l.tlllc.ofFred, to stand trial again Circuit a relative and there are only I'm telling it like it is. People today are movingon
die Lee Judge Charles Holley ruled handful of Negroes Your
Pitts and WUbert Lee on Good
held In the Plnellas County Jail, April 29 that information had who can seriously be classified up-reaching out for the ,best And the best is Busch.
u "
Is being sought by the NAACP. been withheld from defense attorneys businessmen Premium brewed with costly barley virgin hops. The
The two men have been In when the men were convicted Miami HighStudents Health. ::
Jail since their murder: convictions of dlllng: two gas station only popular-priced beer In! ,America' with in-brewed carbonation .

were overturned In April attendants a Port St.Joe rob QuitIn According to reliable source (our own special way of putting fine bubblesin
of this year. berg They contended they ware
The civil rights organization forced Into confessing es nation', we of are pill-takers.rapidly becoming Some a beer). The best popular-priced beer in America? That's

winning Gene Miller reporter, Pulitzer helped Prize them ''litM1AMIBouthw.1t people have such great faith la Busch, baby And we can prove it" ,
win a rehearing. drugs that they take them for I K'" iH;
Klansman Denies Miami every little complaint. As a Look for the special Roskoqjjsplay wherever you buy beer.

Civil High School's, 140 Black students result, they often become psychologically .' ,' ,[
Guilt 'Of Plot' RightsCommission stayed away from school If not physically;'' : .

last Friday, presumably because addicted to the remedies r lUSCH,,, m nheuser-Busch. Ino. St. Louie, Mo.
Asks of three days of strife At the opposite pole are the ,
Against Evers at the school.. They returned people who have heard such
to classes Monday gruesome tales about harmful
More Law AuthorityWASHINGTON following ap. side effects and damage to their
peals from various
FAYETTE Mjss.i Dale Walton parents, u
TupelO and well u from Principal E. Hugh unborn infants that they refuse
41, of Miss., Allsworth. to take any kind of drug. .'
former Imperial wizard of the : The United It should be understood at
The absence due ,
defunct of the Green States Commission on Civil was to the
arrest by police the onset, that drugs fall Into '
Forest Kan Rights has asked Congress to several
splinter organization Black students accused two categories.The 4 r '
of mak "
Innocent recently give the Federal Government ing a rackaet '' real wonder drugs havea
to charges of conspiracy to authority to Issue cease-and- Black student Robert on a ban On specific curative action a- .
commit murder, speeding, and desist orders to enforce anti McDuffle, /
galnst certain diseases. They
was slashed on the wrist ..
carrying a concealed weapon, discrimination laws In employ are real life savers The rest Ir
In court hero following arrest ment. Nixon Attitude are drugs that do not cure, but
near a shopping center owned The Equal Employment Opportunity help to relieve symptoms. f n
by Mayor Charles Evers. Commission wants Refusal to take the first type
Evan, acting In his capacityas powers to Issue Immediate orders On Riots Brings Is foolhardy Refusal to take
municipal Judge, granted a should discriminatory the others Is less serious, but
continuance until the Mayor's practices be discovered. Wait Sit ActionROCXPORTMusiBlack may prove to a sore test of
court should meet. Mayor Pro President Nixon and EEOC one's endurance > .
Tern Fred Allen also a Black, Chairman William Brown seek Equally foolish are those who k owlxwwiC''
conducted part of the hearing. to have recourse through the and whites are "watingtosee"what I demand a drug for quick relief a +
The accused man was arrested courts. Civil rights leaders President Nixon will do as of every minor symptom. One
after Black police found favor ceaae-s d-desist, the nations simmers on the disadvantage of this behavior
five guns In his car. Even had brink of disaster Is the opinion has been the rapid developmentof a
received anonymous telephone of a Brandels. University official. adloblotic-resistant strainsof
calls It was also said that
Dr. John Spiegel has making these drugs
whites were angry because, AND KEEP said that If the President delays Ineffective when they are most
Evers put up a monument to his aoeded.
Z AMERICABEAUTIFUL the wait-and-see period will
,brother in the town square. come to an end with nntowaro In other cases; giving a drug
Martha Wood the city attorney L results. for quick relief of a symptommay .:
is v plte. mask the true nature of a ;:

--. disease Its early stage when ::1r.
1- appropriate treatment directed,
not at the symptom, but at the
underlying cause, would have
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American to the United States Supreme Court ''was a. ad p. ,
blow to the aspiration of all Americans for full'-participation fl:1t _
of all of our people In the affairs of government
,National Association for the Advancement of Colored People -
charges in a resolution adopted by.its Board of Director -
at its regular quarterly meeting here on September8. k1i;
The text of the unanimously
adopted resolution was made can be 'kept'In theirplace'bytheuseotbrcer.
public here this week by Bishop Under the
Stephen GUI Spottswood, guise of preservlng'law and or-
chairman of the Association's der', the country will not tolerate .
64-member National Board, in'effort establish 19th
after he had dispatched a copy Centul1J'tla**structure with its
to the President onSeptember Inherent discrimination against r 4;
9. The resolution also reaffirmed black people l ;poor people and
and ratified the state working.people of whatever col."We -
ments Issued and steps taken or,
by Executive Director Roy regard< appointment of
Wilkins In opposition to the JudgeHaynsworthas aimed in 1 t.-
PresUbnt's selection of Judge that direction/ resolution
Clement F. Haysworth for the concluded" '
Sup eme Court. r' ,
The NAACP Board's obJectIon -
; to the appointment encom- f I White s: i

passes more than opposition
to JudgeBayosworth's'lamen- Children
table record in civil right :
matters" and his anti-labor DAVID AND TWO GOLIATHS describes these
decisions In addition to these From "Schools "charging" grldsters from San Diego. Topmost is 11-
considerations, the Board's year-old David King, champion field goal kicker of
opposition is based "on the NEW ORLEANS--NPD--En.: the First National "Pop" Warner Junior Football Lea
refusal of the President of the couraged by Cov. John J. Mc- t:: gue competition held this year In San DIego. Providing
United States'tofollowthet a- Keithen who said that the whites support for young David is (left) Dennis Partee and
ditlon of his eminent predecessors would keep their children home (right) Tom Dempsey, kicking specialists for the hard-
of recognliln g rather than send them to Integrated :: charging AFL San Diego Chargers. David split the goal
the vast political and social win the competition -
; posts from 30 yards out to sponsored
contributions, particularly not advise Quarterback Clubs West restaurant chain.
with respect to our legal institutions tendance at
made by Jewish encouraged

The Americans.resolution cited the re-', felt Atty.-Gen.the (; ; ; John Carlos LosesTo

cords of Justices Louis D.BrandelsBenamnN. to be '
] Cardozo home whites at have the tf ttdkilDv Wind At Calif.
Fe11l.Frankflllter.A: r t hur
; In .
some nos saswsraao.
Goldberg and Abe Fortas as ,St. John the .",,, sdu ,., SOUTH LAKE TAHOECalif.:-
"major developments and con Coupee x. orw.r' John Carlos ran a record e -
tributlons to thelegal and political white TAKE A JUG FISHING quailing 9.9 in the 100meterdash
structure of the United- noticeable. Many fishermen beat the here during the Summe r
States over the past half-cen-, that this slow summer days by goingto Games Track and Field II eet.
tury." ther the a river, loading everything The mark was not countedbecause -
President Nixon, the resolution Louisiana, into a boat, and then throw.. ofa'l f mlle-aa-hourwlnd.
at the bottom.In ? ing their fishing gear overboard
points out, passed over a as they pull away from A wind of 4.4 per hour ispe r-
two opportunities within the Bogalusa at the bank. mltted Lee Evans narrowly
last three months to extend the School, No, they haven't gone brrirrk. missed a world record when
tradition initiated by President'I and White What they are doing, MY be ran the 440 for 44.9, two
Woodrow Wilson 1916 with Negro the fishing authorities at Mercury tenths off the prevailing re-
outboards, U
the appointment of Just 1 c e. serve In a time honored method practicing of. cord. He was also clockedat
Brandeis. were fishing called jugging And 445 at the 400 meterstwo
"We fear, or at least we suspect harm and what they're throwing out of seconds from his own wor Id
,' the resolution continues. erick J. R. ; .(he boat are sealed bottles or mark.
"that this cavaUer treatment S. cans that Boat with the current .
teachers drifting bait Into all
of a group of persons who have school. parts of the river. O.J. Simpson
been In the forefront of the fight Many feel These knowledgeable fisher
for the protection of the rights ditch fight men are also taking advantage
of all Americans is thoughtt politician; ol,the fact that river water I II ,Becomes Television
usually.cooler' in late summer,
be Justified because after too of choice"-
long a denial a Negro American a student to than water Jake TOkenror"eW( water And/ cool fish''..teI i r Personality
has been appointed to thIS u he wants to I Ing; 'p'" "iv
1 preme Couit." attending To join in on this fun you Black 0.J. Simpson will become .
Rejecting suchpoliticalmson- her district. must first collect a supply ot a network, radio and: television -
lag and"cynicalpolltlcs"theresolution ever, have jugs. The white plastic bottles personality at the end of
decries the apparent dom of used for selling laundry bleachare the fo> .all season His professional -
will not hold excellent Tie on a drop
effort "to require us to compete In New i line of stout nylon cord. Vary career will not be affected -
with our fellow defenders educational.. the length from a couple of .
of the rights of all people for whites It ; feet to six or seven feet long Simpson's contract is of the
: : Slip on a .ounce sinker and
a place on the Supreme Court. sections, long-term-variety.
tie to a 2 0 or 3 0 ringed
Further, the NAACP Board resolution trouble eye Authorities feel that Simpson
hook. Be sure the jug cap Is
questions J u dIeHaynsworth's'aAlUenUy schools screwed down tight to pre. will fit Into several catego tes.
) dls- teaching vent water leakage.
torted views of the proprietyof schools and Bait choice la Important. Bengal Frank
the use of legal Institutions, principal, Since you're after catfish
for the of imposing a drum, red horse and other
I bottom feeding species, use
Buncom Dies
notion society on
regressive baits they'll most likely take.
this nation' and warns "t h e SAN ; These include minnows stink
country, and particularly the Black !' baits, chicken entrails, worms Of Heart Attack
President of the United States ted* from and cut bait fish
that no peopleblack or white, day. : Load everything in the boat. Frank Buneom, linebacker
) Bait up all the jugs and place
r Jl them in the water several feet of the Bengals,died earlySun-
d':1 I apart as you pull away from day in his hotel: room of an apparent -
the bank. Jugs with short heart attack.The veteran .
M1rR drop lines go near the bank;
; player was a graduate o f
long drop jugs go Into
5 the deepest water. the University of Southern Ca-
:>> < Now It's a matter of floatIng lifornia. Theflagwas lowered
along watching the jugs to half staff; at the NippertSta
and unsnagglng them when dium In Cincinnati.
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wondrous Willie Dixon Boomed

For (69 AII- llerlcll Honors Gottiif, Sot For TsIIndega ,'A t T Pins Special Night For

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WildeR 1 GREENSBORO! N.C.-North Carolina AAT's tough defense got
R RNl o k2 L BI I) A >Ah tougher and! the offense remained puzzle u the Aggies Intensified

Il IN KICKOFFS I1b9FoR ALSAUV51b11S ( : ao their drills for the toottall opener against 8.C. State
September ..
most of the action at quar
CAJDIPATs last Saturda, two-hour
terback. of basheen
UO DoWI4S scrimmage it was the do- ,
1: ;VJ.RS Stan
Junior Jacobs, who tossed
tense that rem1nde4onJa br'.
1/1/ HAS 14-
r7aRr1PToNsiI a of- last season when the Ag 14 touchdowns. last sea
1 glee were 8-1. Seemingly re- son.
1A Should Jacobs falter, the Aggies
nrjwto form were veteran
will call either
on sophomore -
tackle Lester Moore end Ben
Charles Ulddleton or
$4_ Bagnall, cornerta&ks, Merl
Code, Doug WesTaorelaaf junior Jerome Turner.
and William Hargrave. Also ALT Is expected to get a lot
Impressive In the drill werea of backfield help from senior
i couple of freshman tackles, fullback Tommy Blue and trans
Ken Lee and William Wideman fer halfback Harold Riley.Main
.ttalnlngt an edge for the flanker
Let, a native of Charleston,
1A B.C., weighs 285 and Wideman post Is senior Daryle Cherry.
who halls from Other running backs showing
"tea Greenwood S.
PtvASGTk+ T fAl 1 1Yq C., weighs 264. Both players well are Aaron Patterson, Lorenzo ,
ncN"AidNyT have shown moveandhit Pear son and Henry Wal
fET P4$, they can
and are certain to ker.
see a
DMx ,ALT first home game will be
Nw ruRPeeviRVTNNI4 lot of action this season
1j Offensively, coach Hornby October against Johnson C.
WV KtAEII![ Howell has been doing a lot Smith. More than 400 are a
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SPESS p 1 of experimenting. It,ell gAshes businesses Industries have
ANAb11Tl beenaskedto(participate In the
TD orPrt4 S, / ''a Loses Status game billed as "Buslnessand
II9A9QDODADEFiNSIV6( Industry Night".
SICKlNVkWERE Announcement of the promotion
/N When WhippedBy was mada by Albert Smith,Ai.
T athletic director.
Australian "We would like to point outthat
ALBANY, GA.-Wondrous Willie Dixon of Albany (Ga.)State the University and the business
Colleee.. An AU-American the equal of any. community have much in common -
ne"wonderful world of Willie reactions as a' sophomore Y, M t FOREST HILLS, N.Y.I.-Red ," said Smith. "We wantto

Dixon Is, In realltf, ag&mof ,. breaking into the Ram's defensive --.... --. --- -- -----.....e- Laver urshe routed Sunday sensational and set Arth up a honor these loyal firms and
!Oas but violent world of secondary two years to salute our mutual inter-de
GETTING SET FOR TALLADEGA soo.-Wendenlcctt of tennis scheme for return to
contactOn ago. On a team that mustereda 'We. Va.. who for years bas been the lone driver u.u u nea, career, has competed ID more CtaDd National glory of the Australian team. pendence.
Saturdays-as the lights subper S and 8 record In NASCAR's Grand National division at looks neata fleas uy driver other than Richard Petty. Both of The QueenslanderbrokeAehe
go on In Mills Memorial Stadium '67, he was one of the real' his pictured right Icott' saes would Ute to launch driving careers ID the near quickly In the 25th game and
over car with his two
ions, Wendell Jr. left and Fruk-
..Willie Dixon moves witha fine-looking "blue-chip" per flltlre. held Ms service with a wither Bob Hayes
ie. Scott who is
currently enjoying the best season 11 Ua 18-
of left-banded
ing barrage bullets
wielding ease In the violent formers.
world of the football hero A Intercepting seven passes sea winning .-., 6-3 and 14-
dashing defensive cornerback sophomore Dllon ran them back srAeru Cleveland Williams U. UndergoesShoulder
The ParadeBLACK And BrownS A foot-fault call broke Alh.'.
of unlimited skills and great for an average of 22.3 yards Sports rhythm and hastened Ms defeat.
speed he begins the '69 season per pilfer. The longest one was
Subdued By Foster Both Asho and Laver were OperationBob
with a stamp labeled, a scintillating 43-yard return CHIEFLEXINGTON tense
u they played upon their
"prime pro prospect. against Edwards Waters In Ky..-(NPI)..The grid team of the University of K' Hands return to the center court for Hayes Dallas Cowboy,Is
Pro scouts such u Borden, Jacksonville. He also logged Kentucky has Its first Black captain Wilbur Hackett, a Jin-J PRESNOCallfCleveland: '' the semifinal incapacitated. The cause of
Lloyd Wells and Rommle some 440 minutes of playing lor linebacker who halls from Louisville. Hackett was aasaei Qiarnl Williams went the way of other Ashe served first. Incapacity Is shoulder separation
Loudd, to name a few, remember time on defense in 67. defensive captain. Amember of the ALL-SEC (Southeaster After heavyweights a matchwlth A double fault resulted makIng .
.'"Sweet PlxV a moniker Although eager to play offense conference-) sophomore team he was a starter last season for Mac Foster here. Foster bat the score 30-30. Hayes, from Jacksonville,
tagged on him by his team- then, "Dlx survived the Kentucky In the conference which, until recently was all-white A spat'between Hamilton andAIM tered him to the ropes in the Lake hit a low volley over a suffered the separation while
rumors which persisted through ; el tilt Atlanta Brave s fifth round. Foster is now a backllne but lunged futilely at going through warmup drills
an overspun backhand by Laver. for the Dallas game against the
his sophomore and Junior years has seen resolved. Aaron said winner of 20 pro fights. He is The
w.rC. For him, u he leads the Earns DREAM TEAM ke would like to play several eighth in the rating of the Laver score kept was beltingdown 13-lz. the Jets.Hayes was expected to return -'
through the '69 season, defense NEW YOAK"Npr) -Not much quarrel can be made with the ,tear years bit could nottolerate World Boxing Association line. He barely returned It. to activity within a week.
is the "name of the first team selections of the It-man "dream" gridiron sqmal ike aaaxwaeing of Ha-
This Clown clearly Cleveland fell victim to the Laver volleyed sharply, and Hayes was once known u the
game'' for him. named last week In commemoration of the anniversary sa IMea. Be elela* Hamilton attack in the fifth round. Referee Ashe netted. world's fastest human. He won
'57- '3012 When queried about the posIbUlty son of the National Football league. Jim Brown,now actor woe lilt Mrs.... alaa. Hamilton Mario Ducclni Stoppedthe Laver praised Ashe. Laver two gold medals in the Tokyo
of the rumored change the fullback spot while Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears, took tile eM t tke accusations match at 1:31: of the round said she will Improve. Olympics
J' Dixon would always reply, halfback nod on the offensive team As cornerback there's Dick
; 2IJ762. 'Til play wherever the team (Night Train)Lane,who saw service with the Los Angeles Rasas, I .
"j.lV'i needs me. I'm not seeking glory Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions;and safety EmlenTiuuMl, -
htutklS "t 1 but I' want to' play ball and' New York Giants Green IrPacter..On.ecODd teaa-ploks). *"..' r I U J!: 'IAI
win. However defense fo me included such names as Joe Perry,Lenny Moore,Len Ford, David
4 : 0I Is more challenging." (Deacon) Jones and Herb Adderly.
t A business administration major We it's worth
from Tallahassee Fla., he can prove
I Is as articulate and knowledgable COMEBACK _
about football as hell about CORNWALL-ON-HUDSON N.Y. ..(NPI) .-Making comeback
46- 1474' his business administration this cage season will be Dave Stallwortb New York Knicker -
courses. bockers' 6-foot-7-lnch forward who sufferedaheart attack May the extra
Dlxon's main assets in the 71967. Given a new lease on life by doctors Stallworth has already money.
67095- 41 Rams' secondary are his quick! gone into training for his comeback though the Kalcks
ness, speed and the brute forcehe training camp does not open until Firday Sept. 12.
Sometimes He's tip Sometimes brings to bear on the op
.He'. down. He Adds.SubstractsHe position's runners and pass receivers Old Taylor is not the only premium-priced Bourbon in

works It all around! in the Rams'secondary. LIMELIGHT AGAINGRAMBLING Is advertising America. But it does happen to be the top.selling premium-priced
Heralded u one of the fastest NPO-Grambltag college again
22. 1713 and most promising defensive its stellar football potentials to the nation by staging Bourbon in America. .
backs In collegiate ranks Dixon its season's opener,at the Los Angeles Coliseum Before It There are about six different reasons for that. Before you
,Coming Attraction! flashed his speed at the opposition really gets down to serious SWAC league play the team will pay an extra sou for Old Taylor. you should know what they are. a
"sots on several occasions last have appeared at Yankee Stadium Sept. 20; Leiar Stadium \' ""
53 year once on a gg.yudscamp. San Francisco, Nov. 1; and Houston Astrodome, Nov 22.

er with a kickoff return against Y
MAN'S DAYS'NuatIEIED. Savannah State with 2:43 left lathe
game to give the Rams a THREE YEAR PACT .
I 13-30 win. "That run was thef1pest READING, Pa.-NPI-Leroy) Keyes first draft choice of the OLD TAYLOR
I saw all year. He literally Philadelphia Eagles has been signed to a three-year pact, according
'plcked the defense' a. to officials of the NBL club. Keyes is to receive a re :'
,'U' 111. Bays) are Numbered Yomwhen part," lAtoR1chardloo,the Sa,- ported $200,000, which tops all prices paid for any other todividual 3, If you think you're paying
!''Health and Fortune can be Days annan State Coach said. Eagle player. a kingly price because we distill in

you k1191tyour..LuckY. Playing! every minute of the way o&.ol a castle, you're mistaken. We make

'Lucky Colors, Set:: on defenes, Dixon was the < TA.'YLDR' Old Taylor here not because it's a

':'Horoscope Send $2.00 for Guide your for "Workhorse"from his cornerback in the secondary position. NEW VIDEO YORK DEBUT--(NPQ..UCLA and Relsman Trophy winner O.J., ';',: J,.. : .o... castle, but because its near the

He logged his 6-1. 187-pound Simpson, now a pro grldder with the Buffalo Bills will be cut 1. Old Taylor was created by delicious limestone spring the Colonel
$ '
frame through more than 500 in the role of an actor over the video lanes comes Wednesday, an authentic genius. Co!. Edmund discovered yn 1887. We still

in the blank below and minutes of playing time last Sept. 24. That' date marks premiere episode of the "Med H. ics Center' series over CBS TV. Simpson's part is an easy
mall to ZODIAC Post Office season, more than anyone else Bourbon distiller in the late bod4else gets se to itl!
potential Heisman: Trophy reclpent and big
one- Just playa
Box Jacksonville,J'NAUEU on the squad, and ran back '
1114! kickoffs and!punts. Dixon Inter pro draft choice (a repeat of real life happenings)whole at- 1800's.Old. Taylor is his crowning
cepted five errant tosses in '68 flicted with a mysterious ailment. As in real life, be is also achievement.There's only one Old r of

1TREBDA to give him a 3-year career mar. led in the Cicely Tyson. Taylor, simply because there was

Tar.- total of interceptions,two shy FORECASTERS'COACR only one Colonel. "

of fhecdle e'sall-time record. BIRMINGHAM, Ala--NPQ-( ., oac4 Charlie Johnson Dunn, tilt r" '(j""" < "w""":'

68 RAMBLER 770 .............................. $1995 tetlc director and basketball mentor of Alabama State university -
\1. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.JIM,powu >'tf"NC. A0 COND Montgomery, was the principal speaker at the Birmingham fn
TON,FACTOHYWAMANTY Grid Forecasters' 19thannual pre-football smoker hut 4. Old Taylor is a signed orig=:

66 CORVETTE H-TOP ..... $29954Z7 week. I w inal. Another step the Colonel took

AND ItS UNt NSW, to foil those would-be imitators.He .
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All COND.VL N-TOP,CPT4AUTOMATIC,POWfI mUING UH III-ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver. J tried to copy Old ylor. Finally,in :O"'D" TAYLOR not a swinging slogan. But Col.
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the color of his label to a distinctive y,;: A. ; changed them any more
67 PONTIAC CATALINA.. $2395JDKOIUDIt and, ':' -"' than we've changed his Bourbon.
yellow, printed a warning to
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Meet Sept. 21 Choir SingsThe Stresses EducationChristian (Continued From Page 1)). (Continued From Page 1)) Chior No.2 ,MMHK Owner 3 Bedrooms will finance Car after rang small

are Included. yon can I hit that man ((be1 OMIEL. went down payment. Call 354-6746
The Parent Tooth Organlta Youth Choir of the First Education Sunday There are, In white man) la to hit him In Plans Tea Mini ORAJEluntil Many lI.nlllll]you set r.commlnd Bill Scott McRae Agency
Uoo erf Mt. Olive AIIE. will Born Temple, 825 W.Monroe, addition to the his pocketbook lIol.lIlon.llrtllm.nL wora
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at meet Spa!September. 21, Sunday, Sunday will be, Sept presented 21, at in 8U concert: 11 day at Grant Memorial A.M.E. rooms community, lounges room,laundry, hobby facili exposed..The "Strategy" has not been Senior Choir No. 2 of Mt.Cal- -jel.I
the church auditorium The Church Sunday. ties, on each floor, shuffle- vary Baptist Cbu'cbwlllsponsor -
The Department of Christian board court and Four abreast, the marcheshit an annual tea Sunday
Pastor's parking ,
Aid Club will b space
e Education will be reorganised Wall-to-wall carpeting is fea the streets, chanting 21, at 3:30 Mr Clarence Bos- SALE iJmt(
sponso Gt
PALMER'S SPECIAL"SKIN during the 10:45: a.m period.Dr tweet Betting and air sand "Freedom, Freedom. Free tick will be master of cermonles. 3 Bedrooms-Garage
SUCCESS"BLEACH Little Safari A. Joseph Reddick will tinning are Individually con dma." The parade Included: He will be Introduced by 1(50 East 24th St..Uke new. HAIR COLORINGHides
speak on "The New Breed" at trolled. Walk-In closets area County.Arena Mrs A.F. Douglas. Aptogram Hardwood Floors New paint
CREAM 10:45: a.m. At 6:45 the minister part of the building, and cel will be presented The public all over Curb Gutter Street
urge( size. Jar contains 4 times Wig Shop will preach about 'Inter ling booster heat In the bathrooms house. Latertbeparaders'circled is invited. Mrs Daisy cape Only $48.00 per month if qualified
cession Choir No will serve the 65-story Steel Build' is president.Mrs L....
.s much ss ng. size) $1.00 1I1Dc1'l4ecl. Wright under Sec 235 of F H A. That RAY
all day There log, under construction: Is program chairman. Rev. r<
711 are spacious recreation Owner 764-1322. The Lasting Way 1la
"HAIR SUCCESS" Street faculties and spacious The Black Monday parade William Hill Is pastor.
grounds came after negotiators for the latt.If.mlHMleif .
DRESSING Beautiful % Human Hair Pastoral Day beautified wlthplamsandplne cicn
faded fcnir IK
contractors rejected a plan dull
regular( 2 oz. jar contains Wigs $15.00 wig Styling Sunday Is Pastoral Day at the Jessie II.Tompkins,assistant! that would bring about Second: tome younftrr. tooklrtir.
2,500 Baptist
: .' 25* lanolin) M J7.50 All purchases and First Born Temple, 82J West director, said, "When we tell Blacks Into the onion and dark with mid iLBMislm.luilroin STRAND radiant: i
Styling Guaranteed to Satisfaction Monroe. Elder A. Hill Is pas elderly people about what we constructed Hair Color, woo'I rub rfT
: Jobs within three to or wash mil *lff ilh per-
BOTH FOR $1.00 Senior
Call 3550910liEl'PVNCll tor.Sunday here, they Just can't believe five White contractors Choir .too.TrySTKANn; f
School begins at 10a. It." years.
m. morning worship at 11 Architects were Broleman and claimed they needed more ONLY 982COMPLETE ,
a. m. A Joint baptism will be Rapp, Orlando. Construction time for consideration of the Presents Musical NOTHING I
administered at 1 ELSE TO BUY
p. m. The demands.The aoaCGN1RiClots i iI
was by the Daniels
First Church of Gainesville Construct population of Pittsburgh The Senior Choir of the Second
be present. Elder Cohen will ion Company, Jacksonville. Is 23 percent Black. The Construction Baptist Church will present Its a 101113'titntie I I STRAND HAIR COLORINGChoice :
be present. Elder A. Hill will Officers: of the Tower corpo"ration Coalition "Annual Years of Yesteryears"Sundar ktlltutAilsOUVAI [ l of 8 natural' thidtttM ,.
preach. Communion services are: Bishop G.N. Col. : originally ICE a FUEL CO. f aiK>-eiick-Dirt Brown
night, Sept. 28, at 7.30
demanded Black representation Medium Brown Hint ;
OPERATORS will be held at 6 p. m. DDS, president; Dr. William 616 e.nth 51.253-1631 i t .
B. Stewart, vice president, of 40 percent or about p.m.the church In the main auditorium of : Ask for. It it your drugglit.WE i:
j For Day & .tght SMUE Mary L. Betsch secretary-' 12,000 workers That was low
St. Gabriel treasurer. ered to 25 percent. A spicy program has been arranged -
Members of the
and will be made of
p.riintt dared. but' nor nICIII.". Mutt typo'4J board of directors are Ge- Blacks have beenparticular up
School education squired. Encellcnr ly effective in their efforts. old hymns of yesteryears with
I wpm High Episcopal ChurchConfJrmation raBlne 0. Glenn, Rev '
: working conditioni. libtral frinft bcntliti Day hours A.C. The closed down, bythejlrpeacefulparade Rev. John Hlghtower u nar- --- APOLOGIZE
Sim. to 4:JO ,.m. Night hours J t.m.10 I I:30: I.m. Chandler, W, D. Sweet, Rev ? rator. All choirs of the city
S days I wtck. Sun. T. E. Shehee, Chester Co construction Jobs.. The all whites major,. are invited. Mrs. Madle Jones Oil Ti MiSRiHiEeneit Oi Tki Part Ot
wart, Rev. A..J.
Reddish A. Is Rev. J.C. Sams Is '
If meet requirement. cell 791.6411 or 791 1 countermarched. president "
yo" W. Boston, Rev. T.B Bruce Tie Printer "IKE 6ENO 60N2ALES TRIO
6415 between 10 o.m. & 3 p.m, 'for p"lonollnl". Confirmation services will be and L.I. Alexander. Six religious leaders offered pastor. Loreatha L.. Bush Is

i i 1 vi.w. held atSt.Sunday GarblelEplscopal morning, Sept.ChurchThe 22., * to help They suggested reducing reporter. Was, liable Ti Perform last Sunday Sept. 7,
Blue Cross-Blue Shield the number of negotiators DedicationBlessed
Right Reverend Hamilton Patronize Ov from SO to 1 They Temple
Advertisers; At
532 Ilhcr s>ide Ae.4nF will preside Father Harris is '
Their Ads 'fell Toe also asked that union leaders
Martin Love and -
IOt inirtiinilEmplotr; -
> pastor of the church. All
are give more thoughtful consideration -
They Appreciate.
Invited, Charity Spiritual Temple will Sifiii-.liENO: 60N2AIES
Yotr Business to the demands hold its dedlcatorial service

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