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 27, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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beautiful new Emmett
Reed Service Center will have

its grand opening and dedication
Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m.

( lik the Mayor This dedication modern Hans Tanzler new address.multi-ser will give

SCHOOLS vice Housing building.Urban was Development.built under 9

The Center has a total of 40
** * rooms available for the office

Judge Studies I 'Candidacy See space.One large conference room
Pittsburgh! ; School \ ."., and a beautiful kitchen are
: ).' available for the preparation
Black ;
Jaxon'sSuit Splitting Vote .\ .:. of hot meals for children In

I ,, '" the Readstart program
Against System Also h Ga. Runoff ( .:.. "f )\\1 ti:}:'" This building is under the
Upset i
I ib a "'. :'" ; >: Jurisdiction of the dry. It will
i be operated by the Departmentof
j ATLANTABlack: manhai : Recreation of Jacksonville.

Mayor, Council thrown ring here his and political will run hat for into may the1" : Julius Gulnyard of the Recra-
JBy. Racial Battles i ; tion Department staff Is direc:
Denial of the Jacksonville ." or, with, as soma feel, a split ; r .1l tor. He has been employed
: In the Negro vote resulting.
City Attorney' motion t '
o itn *ieT\ fcnmxft.ii.mvi .inna imunmtom u tt:tiifo MA with the department for more
The crucial day is not far a-
dismiss a black citizen's }>i
suit charging violation of Two IChooll7stem., in different parts of the country, came way. Tbecancl1dat. is Dr.B.' j't than 19 years Gulnyard is a
the "government in t h e under the heavy hand of racial tension this week. One cI t y E. Tate who, some experts ,f' State graduate of and has Carolina done
imsbiiM" lay could lead to closed all schools( temporarily. The other suffered through claim, will get lit'le more than
additional work at Edward
the confrontatloos.In : 50 cent of the Netro vote..
,serious consequences In the a larger group which was arrested per NEW YORK For the twenty-fourth consecutive F.W. Waters College
Forrest City, Ark., the A poll recently m.de1rxt1.. : year the Woolworth Co. has made a
new, "bold city of the Sooth". School,Board ordered the at the South Hills High cated, however,that Dr.Tate's $5,000 cont ibutlon to the United Negro College Fund Shown above, left, is Robert W. Young, Gulnyard was certified by the
Circuit Judge Albert Graes- schools closed until a coolIng School servers weeks I I o. chances are quite slim The Wo>Iworth's vice president for personnel, presenting a check to Dr. Harry Richardson UNCF old city government as a suv
,lie, after listening to arguments period could be experienced From Chicago and NewYork, poll was made by firm a member executive director, in the presence of Ambrey C. Lewis personnel representative of the pervlsor of special activities:
by lawyers re &lInt.AM The action affectsnot they have been forbidden to ofvhlcnisRepBenBrown. ,company. According to Robert C, Klrkwoxl, board chairman and chief executive officer of He is certified under Federal

only Forrest City schoolsbut leave the city until their cases Dr. Tale's downfall has been the company, the Fund supports 36 institutions of higher learning eleven states. UNCF Civil Service u a Recreation
schools in five other aree, are heard in court. predicated by some on the fact has raised more than $100 million o/er the last 25 years. More than 27,000 needy students Specialist In Sports (Grade
part of Special Dist let 7, The FBI has said that tile that his popularity is not overwhelmingly have received aid.. The United Negro College Fund, according to Mr. Klrkwood, "offers 7)).
City District: 'Ac. SDS is Intent on trouble.Pittsburgh great Informationhas private Industry and the pilvate citizen in opportunity to help disadvantaged young men and Many agencies wOTbt local-

,cording to James Derosltt ,,has been ,chosenas a' ,be"l1 released Jut< .scat A..women achieve' economic?equality through! educational, attainment and, at the same time helpcreate'a ,...ed in the new structure,namely -
president, the schools might' target Classes were die of his militant supportershave ( : reservoir to supply"this1'" Country's need for more'college-trained people the : City Department of Health,

remain' closed for another... missed at the, I ..OliverElgh} > attempted to resort to force. years ahead. .<1" b.- = emphaslng pediatrics, .gyne-
week; School. Threats have also been made cology, family planning baby
The closings came about Schools were scheduled for against white businessmen.On care, to be staffed by Department
Jaxon : :
when 46 students,white,claimed reopening Wednesday, under the other hand,'the medic Charge Ministers HailForman doctors and Nurses;;
they were threatened b y guard. Both schools, witha has vehemently, denied t h e Florida State Vocational
total of 900 students have .. 'and Rehabilitation Depart
Blacks. charges. He points to a clean With Slaying < "" ; ':
about 40 per cent of Blacks. ment Arts and Crafts Division
Pittsburgh Is already in the campaign, freed hate and ;
TONES: throes of an industrial aonfllct violence. He will face,among : Demands ; Headstart and Daycare
lag the city refused to dismiss led by the Blacks other candidates, :kcceptable'Sam Of Aug. 1968Thomas Program, operated and supervised
the suit brought b "'l\ wSi the GJEO with free
y Fisticuffs were the order of Negroes Unite Massell, vice mayor, by ,
Samuel Jones disputed pre. the day Tuesday in Pittsburgh.Black white. Uassell, wellUkedbe- C, McGowan, 21, jsBig: BoosterifAt..i care for young children of.'
sident of the Tolrd Congressional and white students cause of his points of view,will found guilty of manslaughter : working parents Children'sMuseum

District Voters League fought In the streets. In Mass Move be at the top In the finals, it on Thursday, Sept. 18, in theslaying ... Lvisi with special courses
who charged that Mayor Bans IIlel1. of Franklin in arts and crafts and In
and clubs flew Joseph
Bottles rocks .
YORK The Black Manifesto of the
>- organizations country
Tansler and six other councilmen Janu
Another AttornA'May.nand Proctor 20 the astronomy, beginning
through the air. Black on parking
are, Instead of diminishing in number; growing at lea p s
violated the"sunshine
Police laid blame for the Jackson appears to be lot of a liquor store, will fact ary.
With Leaders and bounds, reaching Into all areas of the country. What started
law" when they met in a Consumer Education GJEO
flareups on members of Students popular enough to win the post a possible mailman sentence out
secret meeting at the D It r. as a much-crltuclzedactiondemandfor reparations, baaca'lbt also .
sponsored, featuring sewing
For A.Democratic Society of vice mayor. Jackson has of 20 years in prison.
wood Country Club to d I s. been urged to support Ta t e. Judge A. Lloyd Layton has the understanding,sympathy,and subsequent,consideration and cooking; City Welfare .,
Parades rallies, speeches, of Black ministers, white ministers anddenominatloos,and .
cuss matters relating to Police Community .
Five persons were arrested. He contends such a move would set October 3 as the date for nf Hflronu tharrittntrv __ u' Department
all featured acres
taxes and government affairs. Thirteen were slightly injured demands, were Indicate "stupidity". Jackson sentencing. riii-.iloot;idewl4a" According to Rev- Marshallthere Relations Department,',
According to press Information ill four major American Cities will have to defeat Alderman McGowan, a Jacksonville ofJames are varying opinions on offering counsel In police and
this week when Chicago, Foreman and his st!
Jones charged that bills the students fought Milton Ferris! shlpfltter, was found guilty ong Foreman and the manifestos, police-related problems; Big
to increase water, light and Oklahoma City and Seattle, suggestion that huge sums o f Brother and Sister Organization
because the.Blacks had painted Jackson carried Atlanta b y after a Jury deliberated for bul virtually all leaders a -
sewer taxes, is well as a slogans in red paint on the were treated to a taste of 8,000 votes against Talmadge. about two hours. Black money be allocated for use of greethat some ideas art com offering help to young
discriminationIn have been
astothe placed
bond issue involving$90.mill outside of the Oliver High the building trades. Seven a&n are running for "Under questioning by his defense before groups ministers and have not mendable. Those include a boys and girls
ion were Introduced and School proclaiming Black The bultdlngtiadeshavebcen mayor. There will be a run attorney McGowan, said been tabled land bank in the 8outhwhlch CONTINUED TO PAGE 12
passed in the City Council According off. If the Black voters that the .22 caliber bank would underwrite
power and power itself under the hammer since the split, plstolflred Impetus has been given by anew cooperative -
after the secret meeting to the city public safety outbreak against bias in Pittsburgh according to predictions It accidentally as he struck organization, now being black Induab ial pr Int. Honors Grad
In addition to requesting win be the first time Proctor the head log and communications tradIng -
director, four girls of the and the closing down a change on on Aug incorporated, in the state of
that his increased utilities SDS were seen painting t b e of operations there. has been made in 30 years 29, 1969. He further said that New York. facilities, a Black skills
taxes be refunded on the Ivan Allen Jr. wiU he Proctor and his research center and other
slogans They were arrested. Nationally known Rev. Jesse spotted This setup will be called the ,
bills 11-
basis that the
were They were said to be part of Jackson, director' of Opera not estranged wife, Sharon, In the Black Economic Development projects
legally passed after a secret lot. He drove in to The has already re
runMonroe parking group -
tion Breadbasket<< spoke to Conference. Dr. Calvin B.
Jonei suit could
Street discuss a divorce with his ceived $24,000 from individual
William than 3,000 InChlcICO" Marshall
have more far reaching Implications Educator more persons president.Offices
wife. He said he at congregations
other than causing Civic Center Plaza swung will be set up in his church,
Ref Jackson critlzed the construction Man Caught For Proctor when Proctor and Vinci Memorial AME Zion;
the city to have to pay back Harper Steps Down :another man approached Mrs. Martin Luther
offer of
hundreds of thousands of dollars industry's According to the aggressive
.' .4,000 Jobs for Blacks In Chi QuestioningEugene and told him, "You've got ministers, many ministers
of taxes.
"illegal From New Post nothing to say to her' King Jr. Guests On"Face
He said that
Jones' suit halts sale of the sago only 2,100 are beginning to realize the ,
Jobs out of 90,000 Jobs In the Wallace, 28/811 West Attorney Charles Mitchell, importance oft Joining rather
$90 million bond issue and
William T. Harper, former Monroe, was apprehended representing the state,cross-
Chicago area are held by than of opposing. Working cap. The Nation"Mrs.
calls on the court to fine .
assistant director of elementary examined McGowan to the
and the Blacks He also urged Black Wednesday in Columbia County U ital has been made available, r
the six
Mayor conn-
climes $500 etch with a education, has resigned.Mr students to bo7coU- schools and returned Jacksonville gun. McGowan said he grabbed and, according to the leader, Martin Luther King,
Jail Harper wu demotedtoa every Monday in connection with the slaying the pistol from under his car favorable responses have widow of the late Dr. Martin
term of six months.NAACP .. teaching position from his One Black youth was arrested of Eletie-Maxine Conyers,28, ,seat, hoping that it would scare come from many churches Luther King, Jr., will be guest

Lawyers $13,500 supervisory poet after scuffling with police of the same address on Sept.' off the three men. President Marshall emphasized on "Face The Nation"Sunday,
which he had held since 1964. In Seattle more than 12per ,13, at the Queen Bee Dance He said he did not brandish the change of attitudes Sept.. 28, on the CBS Television
His demotion'war a part of Hall. the pistol in his hand before Network 12:00 Noon to
sons were sent away from construction on the part of ministers, par :
,Oppose Action School Board action In April sites at the University Wallace was held without bond ,striking the dead man. ticularly Black preachers He 12.30 p.m., EDT. SERGEANT CARL K. JENKINS

of 1969., of Washington in Seattle, It after apprehension said,, "Wt'veenteredlntoanew The noted civil rights worker Staff Sergeant Carl E.Jenkins,
On ,SchoolingWASHINGTON The former administrator was feared that the demonstrators Homicide Investigator W. R. Miss Eartha WhiteTo phase now of honest negotiations has written a book concerningDr. above was preseDt.duen"craved
lost out in court when Circuit might want to close down Geiger reported the arrest feasibility studies and King's struggles and successes non-commissioned officers -

:...NAACPs Court Judge TJoflat refused to the sites. Gov.norDulEnu Wednesday.. A tip by another program development. Real "My LIfe WlthMartln sword at a graduation
Legal Defense Fund has asked order his reinstatement in a promised action toenddiscrlmlnatlon ', investigator, Sidney Gaines: I progress is being made.We're Luther King, Jr." The book ceremony at the Officers Candidate ,
the United States Supreme' decision of Sept 12. at publicly financed: sent Geiger and Sergeant P.H. Be HonoredAt taking on definite structure, will be released this week. School on August 22, ati'
Court to overturn a Nixon Harper's resignation was Board accepted construction projects Short to Olustee, where they with some staff, nutty volunteers On television Mrs. King will Parris Island. He was the'I
Administration delay in the by the School ,TbeBrn lers,1n Albany, sent missed him He had left on a and with field inquiries be lntervlewedbyGeorgeler- honor graduate of the Drill

desegregation of 30 Mississippi Tuesday. telegrams to Gov.Rockefeller Dulowood truck\ for Lake City Big Musical and'research studies going' man, moderatormrdtwoother Instructor School class. The
districts. Black Air Lines asking for time for discussion. The dead woman was shot The Episcopal Church has reporters to be selected.: ; award was prtsented for
The unit They said they would not takeaction once in the head with what made a commitment of$ZOO- Leatherneck Magazine by the
legal wants Imme-
diets Integration The unit also ,,'Stewardess Fied'For" until efforts at a conference appealed to be'a 22 caliber The public is cordially invited 000. NCC leaders have Fisk U. Grad Honorable Barry J. Shillito,
failed. bullet, according to GeIger. to attend a Music Festival pledged $500,000. These actions Assistant Secretary: of Defense.
wants to take the
soon U possible up)after case the convenlng U. Wearing Long HairA Rev Ralph David Abernathy, She died Sept. 14 in Dural November 5, 1989 in the have brought about some Named To High .
of the president of theSouthern Medical: Center Civic Auditorium, Hogan St. criticism: among white relig
Supreme Court Girl Shot
oaOct.8. United Air Lines stewardess Christian Leadership Conference Entrace, in honor of Miss ious leadeis who feel funds Service Post YOURS

Fifteen have elapsed has been fired from her headed a parade of Blacks Destined Eartha M. M. White's 93rd might not be properly used. While Walking
years ,
the unit and has I Job because of her refusal! to about 400 persons in Otis birthday. However, for the most part, -
been says done ,It II nothing up to the change her Afro hair style homa City There t h e garbage lo Slavery The program will consist of prominent white churchmen WASHINGTONFlsk University Down ,Street

Court to straighten out the Miss Deborah Ren Ck,ae of collectors are striking old songs' have expressed coalldenc.1nthe graduate, Edward I. Gloria Jean Holmes 809 Jef-1
dilemma., several Black stewardesses, for higher wages. CRyksnaget S1LBBCRY, Rhodesia:-..A A reward of $100.00 will be Black hierarchy Mitchell, .has been'appointed ferson, and her slater; were J
; was dismissed at the tad of a Robert ObUand agreed to bill .has .beta introduced by the given tat group rendering the There are now eight membersonasteeriagcommittet to a Job as highest Back: lathe walking Ole 700 Block of
The Justice "Department 21-day supensloB According talk with the minister but not government for continued political oldest song. There will be no ,There history thtCtntralStr- Devil earlier this week woea
asked that District 12 of Arkansas to a top official Miss Restricts .. with IS strike leaders. Abaraathy -; ruled by the country's charges. Donations are accepted art severalay e a b e r.. vices Administration., car passed and one shot i
be ordered to honor hairdo does not fit la* said noandcalledarally 220,000 white people over the and will go to the Eartha James Foreman is now director Mitchell S3. wu.4'de. fired at has.
U agreement to desegregate the Short-hair look sported for Monday la support 01 the 8,000,000 Blacks under their White Nursing Homt.' Come fund-raising arm, the U- pay auWast to GSA Robert iQofa was hit in the rli

schools this tall, by the other stewardesses. strikers. doaIaaU and bring your friends. sited Black Appeal., 1.Kndslc chief. let and treated at DuvalV t

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Published by Tin'Florida Star Publishing Company THAT PRESIDENT CLARK'IFTHIS WAS M. YOMJ Jr. ;

MEMBER FINCH MITCHELL THE, SECRETARY WHOLE rrxraw. The Revolt Of The ProfessionalsWhat


I\'EGRO/ PRE RNATIONAG UNDER has become known u the "lawyer's. revolt" signals the

PRELJREFROM SeH A emergence of a new breed of professional man The "lawyer's
revolt" was the extraordinary protest by Justice Departmentand
ERIC ,0. SIMPSON..MANACING EDITOR IVHNSTEHMOFMISSISSIPPI= OEO staff lawyers against changes In the government's
civil rights stance
HILDA WOOTEN..CIRCULATION MANAGER r Lawyers In the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Depart.

: I, ment formally protested against softening Administration
attitudes toward enforcement of civil rights laws. They demanded
,1/ assurances that a firm enforcement stand be taken.

MAILING ADDRESS \ At the same time, lawyers la the OEO's legal aid program
.A r valuable program be kept and
publicly demanded
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OFFICE 2323 MONCRIEF IUD h: A' siderabte opposition to it by
people who don't like to see the
poor armed with legal tools to
<7< fight for their rights.
The lawyer's revolt" has

OFFICE 5018 H.W '111, An. temporarily subsided since J'
their demands were met and
But its meanIng -
assurances given.
PHONE 751-3879 lingers on. I

It shows the fears .. even)
within the government itself .- {
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Anywhere in The United States 'l GRANTED THIRTY lashers anil tfose'who
MISSISSIPPI DISTRICTS like to see the great civil rights ., JR.

Subscription Payable in Advance A REPRIEVE Of SCHOOLDESEGREGATION achievements of recent years fade away.
The Administration has been so careful to keep its political

Send Check Or Money Order To.FLORIDA: STAR-P.b.BOX 599 i UNTIL fences mended In the South .. through relaxation of school
0 C EC J.d .H,Yo TIHES desegregation guidelines and appointments like that of Judge
Haynsworth to the Supreme Court .. that It's lost the confidence
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 3231 of its own skilled professionals. ,

Such a public demonstration of concern by government
employees is unprecedented. These men depend on their
AN INTEGRATION RETREAT federal salaries to pay the rent. Their careers and futures are
THE QUESTION OF CENSORSHIPWe dependent upon the opinions of their supervisors. They risked

being fired, or at least, closing the door on any hopes of promotion .
have been following closely the articles In the newspapers and advancement.

concerning pornography, obscene literature and censorship It ; The fact that they so willingly laid their careers on the line
has been observed that beyond secular control In the Interest of Indicates the seriousness of the threat to civil rights. But It

public morals, certain religious groups have takenU upon them ''. also indicates something else .. something that has great
selves to censor certain books and other forms of literatutt significance: for our country
for their respective memberships.There YOUR WEEKLY ; : It Indicates the emergence of a new breed of professionalman.
Is always the question of whether the state or local He'. someone who places his value to society above
'. government has the right to suppress the reading of certain monetary or career interests. He'. no longer ,the cautious
books and other forms of reading matter. But when church de. careful bureaucrat who is afraid to make waves. He Is not

.' nomjHtions assume the right to tell their members hat they ,, HOROSCOPE GUIDE willing to compromise human rights for petty personal concerns -
must read, this Is going to> far All literature and films should .
i', be either censored before being released or left alone. The ratings The "lawyer's revolt" showed how strong the new breed Is
are advertised and, in our oplon, a true Christian would In that profession Some of the bright law school graduates are

.., not see an 'X' spurning fancy: offers from Wall Street firms in order to work
We may preach a campaign against pornography Instead of BY PABLO ASTROLOGER on civil rights cases for the government or to practice
destroying it. advocacy law for groups representing the poor.
Everyone has to answer to the same God, and,this Almighty But It's evident in other professions too. Meetings of sociologists
does not place any one person above the other. In the end, God psychologists and political scientists In recent weeks
will be the Judge, and nothing else will matter. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS have been challenged to prove their relevance by bright young
Turning to another aspect of the question of obscenity and people now swelling the ranks of those professions.

censorship not so long ago some modern playwrights put on FOR BUSINESS' -' LOVE TRAVEL? Annual meetings that used to be dull affairs mainly devotedto
the stage a series of plays that, In our opinion, offended the I swapping Job offers are now full of controversy. Academicsare
,, majority's sense of decency with reference to what people have climbing down from their ivory towers and becoming Involved
,. to see at some of these "way-out plays" ., -- In society's problems as never before.
Of course what these scenes portray are real and true; but do CANCER "The crisis of our time," said a political scientist at one

we,for example, have to see enactor using the bathroom closet ARIES '. LIBRA '; C! piC00M' such meeting,,"spares no group not even the social sciences.(
Just because it Is a real life function? The purpose of good BORN JUNE / '. .it Is no longer practical or morally tolerable to stand one
literature is to present what Is good and fine and uplifting. BORN MARCH 'f' MOON DEC.. \the.political sidelines,when expertise alerts us to disaster,".
Therefore,we believe the playwright and fiction writer should .22BI1 J JULY 2 'r;!" 23r' OCT. 23rlYour 13th Many: of these professional groups helped build the racism:

discriminate in the selection' of activities that should seen in 2W APRIL 19th You tend to down your 22iJll.. that permeates our society. They've either Ignored the pro

films and on the stage. Why-Q. You give play the Impression Why-Q is a beautiful Your Why-Q has boundaries.You blems of the black masses, or spent their talents In showing
You're a born investigator, that there are questions force within you and you don't don't believe in wasting other insitutions how to suppress them.
ON HOT responsive to all of the Mars- asked many that intend for it to roam In sucha time questioning much that Now the wheel is turning, and the new breed of young professionals -
S.C. "STROM" SPOTThe being you'dJust
ruled quests for sudden, usable not have way that It hurts others.But should be accepted on faith. are forcing universities, corporations and other Important
as soon
almost self-defensive too complicated elements In our society to become relevant to the real
(flo love matters, andwherethe Life seems busy
Injunction, "Be sure your sins won't find you out", Is made: knowledge. You ask many to. You like privacy jrourselt,. law has been broken you can there's too much to be problems facing all of us. The success of their efforts could
truer by enterprlsingnews media that somehow uncovers the whys that are centered in the and you the shy secret away from realms penetrating of be rather stringent in wanting done as far as you're concern determine how quickly America frees itself from tie bondageI

hidden "skeleton closets." Hence, presently South Carolina ''I ways of nature. Yon like to others. You dislike I to know an. As somebody who ed to clutter up the mind with I of racism and division.
Senator Strom Thurmond and his former law partner, U. S. develop understanding of You accept
your wears his heart on his sleeve, vain questioning.
which often dominate
District Judge Charles Simons,Jr.,are defending themselves life animal life and rumors, : the basis of .
you think that everthlng in love much on faith on
as best they can against charges of certain land deals along an since the vernal equinox takes the Why-Q of some people. cited. A Student
Interstate On the other hand, you quest should be tangible,above board, the authority College Speaks |
highway place at the first point of Aries, :that people should never hesitate your ruler serves to disc 1pllne I'I' |
ion utensils
Life magazine, in a widely publicized article entitled"Strom's things 1
you trace the movement to speak of their lo\e.thelr your mind and to keep It N
to a high degree. Youbecome: By Diris 8 nri'NPIWhich
Little Acres", reported that scrub timber acreage (involved) spring each year with manywhy's. romatlc attltudes.and In speak functioning only In reasonable
cost Thurmond and Simons $14.53 and acre in 1953.\ They were You become a good a good mechanic around your ing and analyzlngyonr own motivation areas. Another person may
paid $492 an acre from the public treasury for it and made a"killing" home because you questiOll the
authority upon way spring in these matters you question how an electric typewriter
In profits, while other land owners In the same area advances, what takes placeIn ways of electricity, plumbing, tend to fascinate some and to functions, bow It may
fire, heat, air, mechanical side are ? That of the' "establishment"
got an average of about $200 an acre. rivers forests, woodland. gas bore others. You are apt to behave tomorrow or next week you on o r Its
The items In the kitchen: etc. ,t disestablishmentarian ? Whichever side
magazine does not contend that the two men opponents youchoose.yDUf're ,
You most of all have to know take emotions apart under the under a different set of standards
exerted political Influence to obtain a whopping profit. but what makes you tick, 3-20-15-77-66-222 workings of your Why-Q; and and requlrments but In but taking part in an age-old cultural phenomenon of.
the article said that if Thn:mond and his ex-law partner were 3-30-18-88-45-798 some feel that this Is dealing the mean time Capricorn has the Western world-pitting rules against their violation.
given an favored treatment by the South Carolina highway LEO with the intangibles that cannot done a great deal of typing People who dispute government policies in the name of high
officials without any prodding, the public has a right to know be fractlonalized: In this Ideals may seem to have developed something new, but they
about it and South Carolina officials have a duty to bring a halt TAURUS BORN JULY manner. have not. The cultural conflict between authority and license
to the practice. ." Is an old problem of our civilization, dating back to the early
Equally as disturbing as the price differential (to this case BORN APRIL, 23RD AUG. 22il Christians' revolt against the "powers-that-be" of their day.

was the magazine's report that the location of a bridge site You are somewhat a cross between BORN IAN. And others who merely shake their heads in disgust at t h e
was changed by South Carolina highway officials in 1967 so it 20th' ,MAY 20th Gemini and Cancer In the SCORPIO hippies, draft-card-burners: and other dissenters of our times
now "nicks the corner" of property owned by Thurmond on the matter of your Why-Q You 20th FEB. 11th themselves overlook the disestablishment arianism which Is
banks of the Saluda River, Inevitably increasing; the value of Yon ask a lot of questions are Interested ineverythingbut BORN "OCT. u much a part of Western civilization: u a regard for "I a wind

that property. about money matters. You you do a pretty good Job o f .". Your Why-Q has a theoretical order" personal discipline, and other old-fashlonedvalaes.
From this case, we learn that It Is Just as basic to the most know what you can expect sorting practical and usable .2411, NOr., )2H and humanitarian association. If urban chaos is sometimes confused with social progress
American system for all citizens to be treated alike and fairly tomorrow, next week, questions from the realm of -. You question trendstendencles. and If the disruption of public,life Is imbued with an aura of
in all matters Involving their property,not on the basic of "who next year In the way of earning gossip, prying probing, and Your Why-Q broken' tremendous Into two fads, fetishes the pastjpnsent, sanctity the two-headed Western tradition should be brought
and Is
they are." This will be an interesting case to watch. power and Income. You rumor mongering Sunruledyou up and future more than you do to mind. .
are apt to question bankers, feel that everbody and areas-the realm of your people. Youtendtodlssoclate And if draft-card-burners: and Army deserters become our
HtW TO HANDLE brokers and Investment counsellors. everthlng under the Sun Is work-career: where you Innovate people from the wrong that nation's heroes we should not think our society Is suddenly
Yon want to know uest1on, Investlgate- falling apart for the cultural
Interesting But you also give they do. You ask questions war between roles and their
what you owe, how yon/re go- the impression that you would question, and soIve- uest1011 a basis for the betterment of violation was declared long ago, and those who piously dissent

THE PARKING VIOLATIONSIn Ing to pay;you want statementsthat never have time to deal In trivial better have than most Inordinate Plutoruledyou ., things that you suspect: have form established authority are but carrying out h.
can hold In your bud an West's own cultural mandate. '
y" or were
questions or even in a 1 1 gone wrong wrong
many cases, finding a place to park exasperates the and question. You dislike be of those for which you might of the questions that can from their Inceptilon.: You Our civilization, thus, is found to have an Inner disruption-

motorist and .finally be parks illegally. Recently there was hind-the-scenes matters and like to have answers. So you be asked and In which emotional must matters b e don't ,question. yourself. very -some people try, often unsuccessfully] to repair through
reported in the news media an effective method for discouraging : can question what Is going on. sort and sift In practical fash- answered. much. moralistic finger-pointing.
this kind of thing. on the other band you They react to the social and moral upheaval of the b
4-10-16-66-72-323 Ion. Still, It is Leo who c a n but don't 5-50-17-5-98-111 day y
At the Orly Airport in Paris, Instead of putting a ticket: on t ask the dramatic:, emotional know the questions condemning peace advocated and other dissenters in the name
car, police glued full-sized disc paper copy of the circular GEMINI questions. Yon tend to pry give them verbalization. Yon PISCES of the authoritarian side of the Western tradition, while overlooking -.
In the
i no parking sign'in the middle of the driver's side of the wind- more Into the lives of your have the answers pores the libertarian part of the thaj tradition. _
shield. The glue Is so strong that It takes the motorist quite awhile IORN MAY; offspring and Into the lives of your bcCy and discussed feel thatthey.don't with. BBIN FEI. Others uncritically assume that a society can operate without
to remove the disc, which is about U inches: In diameter. at people you love than anywhere have to be rules and standards. They act In terms of the West' s
Paris police are pleased with the results and say that this ls 21st ; JUNE 21st else. In some ways, anybody. You're a good confidant. nth. : m.. 2ii> notion that all one must do is to "love", aadeverythingwill!
Still, also see a questioning -
violators and those be all right
know to deter
the only effective they
way you use questioning as a practical P
who bon Pistes
and full
who can get tickets fixed. The usual. $2 fine doesn't have much You probably have the highest : exercise to attsinthe in' of the Why-Q of a as the basis use of realises Anybody that yours Isafqmplex 1 Few consider: a third path-of learning to Integrate authority -
effect even If it's paid. Why-Q in the zodiac but presslon of and freedom rules and conscience, discipline: and love.
mind. YourWhy-Q
Individuals who go to airports arensnally In a hurry and would you often fall to draw lines'- all progress In this w 0 rid., questioning boundaries but Terms like "moderation" and the "golden mean" may
knows you
probably rather pay $10 than have to use a lot of elbow grease between the practical: helpful -40-13-77-32-718 no much ttmeC el- seem old-hat in today's psychedelic: world, but we need these
and Ume to remove the sticker The outlook of someone parked portions of your WhyQ 'III.ISBN can spend so that little concepts more than ever before.
? on a city street would be the same kind of challenge,tough to a, and the nor 'unrealistic SAGITTARIUS timing. Nobody questions his We need to ban bow to put together a society torn by hate,
i slightly lesser degree. realm of the trivial a to IH.UrG' miadand the workings of it Instead of splitting it even more Into "haves-vs. have-nots"
One advantage of the disc plan\ Is mat it metes out punishment, which you flit upon occasion.: BORN NOY.23rJ own extent Pisces and "establlshment.vs.-anti-ejtablishin.ent"aantv.
OD the spot, acts u an effective deterrent and greatly reduces ,As a child, the Mercurydriven SEPT: 2214 BEC. 21st but to such then an there are u those who, We need to lit the relationship between moral tindardi
t,: administrative work. The policeman: doesn't have to write a Gemini can annoy adults to be and personal 1aapp1Des., rather than all agreeing that the two
ticket or torn In Us copy at the station. No one has to keep with a constant flow of questions You were born asking quest Your Why-Q Is forever functioning. say the mind was given act 1D qIpOI1t1oa to each other.
records of fines or collect them. The time spent In tracking some Intended to elicit ions. You want to know how It takes you all our used practically: In the We Deed to snphoW political: liberty without merely Blactlon'
and not a s
,down scofflaws can be used to better advantage against major information, some prankish everything works but unlike the realm of life:love,money, of problems should bedewed lug lIeeaU.....
t criminals. mischievous, and funny Because others, you don't have to ask progress, failures,disappoint'meats. something that sad At the same time, we must maintain the sovereignty of law-
Ons observer has another suggestion. B the law enforcement yen question so much these questions aloud or of Your rulingplanet upon thought a- -tt..only basis for true freedom-without promoting tyranny
J .officers want to punish parking violators by Inconveniencing about yourself sad give off a other .pe pe.. You ask your- piter rules advanced dales, bout. As you Path develop lean along We need to respect our neighbor's right to his Oft beliefs,
them why don't they simply deflate a tire on an offender's ear? certain fascination: for your self. You art Interested I n and therefore advanced: questioning the Upward you beneficially without IporIDc him altogether. And we need to ban to lift

weather the earth, an growing cI lift. Anything mat now to use your Why-Q with social and economic change-without:
.own thing you critics: can Pisces there either letting It to
.self-centered tin things the solution and analysls doesn't seem to be judos It ,but win wild orCan try1ac to atop Ita nevuevme .
VITALITY, FOR VIETNAM truth you, you have the kind of ofallw o r k 1 a gyro should be can bring a series always Is the danger cI..quesUonlng not- wt mate whole what has been rent asunder Can w. InPUE' .
blems. You are Interested t la in areas that should ,
mind ttll'ate oar for
to regard
mind that eta manufacture of questions your !mI Yat1Ia w11Ia oar respect for estab- '
,Preparing for peace Catholic Rclk Services is conductIng questions that make sense to health; and younelfyouask tad you tend to verbalise tl *ae.. be tasqwred with of going too limed rules ud the wla6 la!JI.the ages?
llcfugce Services Program in South Vietnam. It hat and aot' to oust people ask all the questions all of the philosophical questioning 1 s far into the shady or* darker Our c1YU1Jat1. history woaId am o a I leptive .....i.
;been recruiting social workers, nurses and community development fO' time. roar forte. side of the Why-Q. BId within r lies the hops that WI cu, Indeed, overcome oar
\ leaders. from around the world to serve there. 1-40-13-99-13-114 .-ao-I$- -8'I..cM. ,,.ao-I8M.A-'" J2-ZO-.14-M-44-709 ,legacy cI laser cI1Icord. .

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Delegates Pledge Fight For Grand Chairman Of The Ball '

Stanton High 'W'E.DD NiBELLS Women's Tall
Betterment Of; Black People
.f' -1 1h i iSTERUNU
BALTIMORE--! : '!!* Nixon Administration received a sound Graduate Gets ., :-. .. ,<1.f Beef pot routs, .r less tender
going over here when Uw national contention of Phi Beta % p., ""4 cuts .of beef, cooked In
Sigma Fraters met and figuratively wrote "do nothing go Top Honors j h i r.l, moist heat, with or without

slow policy," as its interpretation of tilt Republican p ro- 'a vegetables can be delectable
gram lor Backs.The tune the struggle to raise the 19M Ella 1/1 Numerous French beef dishesare
Kane links ,
I Blackbrotber Because of his belJlC the honor Jerry 1 + i J.... '. made with less tender cuts
delegates went on re. starts quo of the Street. Hand Bessie 1C n
,cord as voicing dissatisfaction In the ghettos by embarking on graduate of his aoo-c o remissioned James,,5115 Ave B, 17. I of cooking beef., Through the flavor long can, slow be
over what they say Is a program of self-help of new officer class Staff brought out and the result is
a trend of President Nixon directions to provide the 11- Sergeant Carl E. Jenkins, a Donald Eugene Taylor 3022 sa tender meat.

and his administration to gislaruresof the land with New Stanton High graduate W. 18th St, 20 and Beverly No special equipment or skill
"pay off political debts" at. more Black representation was awarded a sword on August Grlffis, 1475 Delmar St., 19. Is needed to prepare s beef a
the expense of the Black MiWity through Black Ballots. 22 at the Drill Instructor U mode It can be successfully -

of the land. Dr, McNeil Is professor of School ceremonies at Ronald Elliot Holmes, 5442 made with budget beef
Dr. Alvin J. McNeil, reelected special studies and dean o f Putts Island. Bunch Dr. 21 and Evelyn : chuck, round or rump which
president of the 40,000 Prairie View College This Sgt. Jenkins who Is serving Dumas: 5319, Bunch Dr., 21. is cooked in a masterfully
member fraternal giant was was the 55th annual of t h aorganization. u a platoon sergeant with the (seasoned wine sauce.You .

lastr cted to send to President It was founded "B'"Company, wu graduated Robs Mlcheal Comb IMS can purchase arm or
round-bone (chuck) pot roast,
Nixon a two-pointed resolution at Howard In 1914. Prime with an overall average of 93
E. lZU1 St 22 and Alice Faye tone to one and a half Inches
requesting! that: 1. among its activities are,national per cent from Di training. He Carter, 2002 Florida Ave.,22. (thick 4 or 5 pounds with'a
The Nixon Administration hire programs and programs .received intense instruction : small round bone (only if cut

I and use qualified and competent for bigger and better business. such subjects close-or d e r Jimmy Lee Manning, 2121. short) with two or three patches
'J Blacks in more responsible Among prominent speakers drill, military courtesy.weap- Flag St., SI and Beverly of fat, makes a good< meaty
I and top-level positions' were Howard N. Lee of Cba- ons, uniform regulations and Johnson 2121 Flag piece
in the current administration pal Hill, Ji.C. and Manhattan the Uniform Code of Military Faye You will find blade-bone
St. 20.
2.. The President and his Attorney Borough President Percy Sutton Justice in addition to hoursof (chuck) pot roast has several
General; immediately of New York. Clift 00. physical conditioning. .different muscles, and usually
reverse their decisions t o Felton, past national director The sergeant is a veteran of Former J Jason a little boned more difficult to carve.A .
rump pot roast
give more time to those States of social actions, also two Tours in Vietnam. H. excellent meaty piece

who by clever design bad circumvented spoke. served with "C" company during Whatever your choice, the
orderly compliance The First Undergraduate Institute the first tour, the First Feted On spices, herbs and a Burgundywine
for implementing the 1954Su- directed by Austin E. Battalion, Seventh Marines, t4x can lend the flavor which
preme Court decision which Greaux was conducted by First Marine Division.He was transforms good ordinary pot
ruled out segregation. Delegates Isaac Brooks, Immediate past awarded the Silver Star Medal. 50th Anniversary roast into the "very special"
demanded that President associate regional director of On Ms second tour Sergeant category
and his Attorney General the Eastern Region. Awardsfor Jenkins participated In the battle 5 tll.1' ftI
vigorously enforce the I law s excellence were made.Tbefiftyseventh cf Khe Sash as a platoon Johnson BEEF A LA MODE
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas -
and see to it that every school conclave will be serge ant with the"I' Company
former JUOIII,were hon 2 tablespoons shortening; 4 to
district in the country com- In the Robert E. Lee Hotelof Third Battalion 26th Marines.
ored Sunday afternoon with a 5 lbs beef chuck (your choice);
plies with the law. Winston Salem, NC., D e- The honoree is a graduate of fiftieth anniversary patio 1-1/2 cups sliced onions; 2
The convention also voted to cember 27, through 30, 1970, New Stanton High He was also party In their home. Mr. and cloves garlic, minced; 1 cup I
send another communlcat ion with Delta Sigma Chapter u graduated from the Drill Mrs. Thomas art former Burgundy; 1 teaspoon salt; 1/" ',
to President Nixon opp o 11 i n g the host group.Atlantic. Instructor (school: : at Pa r r 1 II members of the St Matthew teaspoon leaf thyme; 4 whole
his new voting rights proposal, Island, attended the Nuclear Westside. allspice; 4 peppercorns; 1 bay
which had been made known to Biological and Chemical Warfare Baptist Church lean; 1 cup sliced (1/2 to 1
the Congress of the U ni 1 t e d Beach School at Camp Pendle- Mr. and Mrs Norman Wilson inch thick) carrot; 1 cup sliced
son-in-law and daucbt.r.wert (1/2 to 1 inch thick) celery
States, by strongly supporting too, and served as an Instructor
hosts. At the refresh Heat .
shortening large fryIng -
at Sea Ma In.
law School r
existing voting rights Sunday Is Trustee Day in Barracks: Portsmouth, Va. ment table were Mrs Marl rj 1 I rvwM4r'wrye pan, covered tightly. Brown
of 1965.
closed with t Roberts Mt. Plsgah A. M. E. In addition to the Silver Star Aldridge, Mrs. Juanita Love BALL"CHAIRMAN-.Mrs. tsther O. fcowaras, senior vice-president of the Motown pot roast evenly on both sides.
The convention Church. Sunday School begins Medal Jenkins personal decorations and Mrs. Thelmi Robinson/ Record Corporation, and sister of the late Loucye Gordy Wakefleld, poses at Gordy Manor, Add onion, garlic, salt, thyme,
a firm determination to con- at 9:30: with Julius Howell include two Purple Mrs Altbela Alford, visiting the home of Motown President Bevy Gordy, Jr., where the Loucye Goidy Wakefleld Schol allspice, peppercorns and bay

in charge The morn Heart Medals, the Co m bat from Lake City recorded arship (Sterling) Ball will be held on Saturday, October 4. The Sterling Ball, this season's leaf. until Cover meat; cook Is fork over tenderor slowflame

Fashions At ing service begins at 1' &.m. Action Ribbon, the Good names of guests. W j most glamorous local social affair, is being held to increase the financial aid available 3 to :2 and 1/2 hours Add
Choir No. 2 will serve The Conduct Medal and the Vietnamese The honorees are membersof through the Loucye Gordy Wakefleld Scholarship Fund The fund was founded "In Loving carrots 40 minutes before end of
A Glance evening service begins at 5p. Cross of Gallantry the New Hope Baptist Memory of Mrs. Wakefield, who during her lifetime, encourged youngsters to avail them cooking time Add celery and
m The Junior Ushers will Sergeant Jenkins resides in Church. He Is a member of selves of educational opportunity and to seek knowledge of their proud heritage. (Motown burgundy 10 minutes later and

serve. Rev R J. Arnold, Base housing with his wife the Century Club Mrs. Johnson Photo) finish cooking. Yield: 6 to 8

"Glamour is an illusion,"according pastor, will speak. On Tuesday Ruby and their son Carl, Jr. Is president of the; servings
United Senators Boost'
to designer Elge Bove > at 7:30 class meeting Friendly Ladles Homemakers BoostedBy .
(bovay) who baser eat e d takes place. Club. He is a retired civil 'aMATTiE'S ,

clothes for a number of cinema The annual Men's and Wo- Your service worker Mrs Mildred Local l Labor UnitsThe From Howard MEMO When
stars. He believes In the natural men's Day will be November Beonet of Fort White, Fin j :
packing for probably lasts
feminine figure andVocks 2. Mrs Edna Frailer ispre- was also a visitor. Rev.David United Fund of Jackson- Among endorsers are La.1donI of WASHINGTON the : Frank S Howar d outdoor fling, place your canned
In soft fabrics like chiffon and sident. Miss Dozella Scott Campbell of New Rope Baptist vllle has been endorsed, by the I Williams, International Longshoremen lashed Washington anaion drinks in the bottom of your
aoout: on September( I() I
Jersey.A Mrs. Social l offered a prayer of blessing. cooler where It Is the
will be cocbalrman. labor committee, according t tc I Local 1408 and James and batted his 46th homer coldest
ove r
portion of his recent collection Rosa Lee Holman Is secre- James Deaton president of! thi e, C. McDanIel o! the Teamsters New Yo,k. It Pack your perishable. foods
is done In what he terms was a threa-ru 1 I (salads, etc., ) just over
tary. Joseph Davis Is chairman ** *.* Central Labor Unloi: Local 512. blast
"Trevira" andespeciallysuited of the men James Key
for the travelling J Jet is cochairman, Charlie Security ., .
setters, as well as the more Williams Jr. Is1: secrets ,. I" ,

earthbound types who have to Leroy,.;; ;Jackson1 will'b e 1r.r_ ..>**.. \ '
make quick changes between t eater, The Youth Bible r
the office or shopping expeditions Stud}' class is Tuesday! ,a t Evidence of age continues to
td'dinner dates: 6:30.: Mrs M.L. Carter be a problem to some persona
Hove suggests puttingdresses is director of youth M Iss cla1m1De.oclalsecur1tJbene. Gr w'en"fr
for the evening a and Mary Roberts U reporter.Rev, fits. A person claiming retire
changing in the ladies' room. R.J. Arnold is pastor. ment benefits must establishhe
The Trevira fabric is reputedto is retirement age, Jack

be non-wrlnkable, so to GUlrup, Offlcer-ln-Charge crumple it in one's handbag the Carver Station Social: Security -
no hang-up. Mr. And Mrs. office said. Since many[

Some designers are emphasizing people retire and claim bene-

the lean, long and loos e James Webb fits at the end of the year,now
look for Fall, with"muie"u is the time to be getting the
the length for both skirts and necessary documents togetber up
coals. Pants still do their Surprised By Visitor s Those with birth !trtlfl- '
thing and add to lengthened cates filed during uucy ,
look.' They go around the clock should have them ready i .
In Justabouteveryvarletypos- persons born outside the United
slble. Mr. and Mrs. James .Webb States, it Is particularly
There are some such as a n 1389 Old Kings Road, were Important to send for the record ii.
argyle-patterned cardigan)jacket surp. ised by visits from. relatives early. The Social Secu-
which perks up a pants out- recently ity office can help write for
tlt..of the same pattern.In Mr. Preton C, Riley came the birth certificate if you .throIg
London, pants are rapidly from New York City. Mrs. wish.
replacing the popular miniskirts -t Ethel Riley, mother of Mr. Some states did not record

of three winter duration. Riley, visited from Valdosta, baths until fairly recently
In defiance of snow, Ice and Ga. They were accbmpainad. And it is now hard to get records -
cold, pants are teamed with by a friend also from New from, .some foreign

flared Jackets: or long lightly- York countries. Consequently, It is J '
fitted tunics which double as Mr Webb has been ill for possible that these birth records -' -t.

minidresses.Intheltallnacollectlons. some time. may not be available.But -11 '
some effort must be made I. y;' I ;" i;

pants are usually accompanied Black JournalistFordhOm to get them or to make certain :
.by long tunics or dresses that they are not available. .1..1,1jt4 oJ ,
hide ass. Lean and loose, Teacher Where It Is not possible to ,' "
through opposites,the clothing get these reco ds, the Social: .j} I It.
Is cut close to the body and DOt Security Administration uses \ out'; '
Leon Lewis of
form-fitting. Waistlines are Journalistic other records to establish a I .

emphasized, and almost a b- fame at will Fordham Join the to teach professor'sclan person's date of birth Cen- _,'. ..-1,, q' ,\ .

,sent; belts go horizontal and mass speaking, documents .,,
at Ford)
Journalism am this fallIICES' ,
under the bust and vertical to .y recording age in childhood or " 'Y.. 'Il
the hiM early adulthood more likely ,,I ,
to be accurate Glllrop said "
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For example, baptismal certificates -

QUALIT"SOME \r' WORK a Federal made in Census early record Infancy ', '"" ',':: :.. \1\ (J"1: ;: ( :

made u close to ,our'birth ,.: .' '< .
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as possible, a family .' ; !c' .''IIIt" I .', '. j J.
Elem School ... bible or'other early family .1 ;' e ..- t'1 ,e'" .1It .. ,., i; "
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made lone ago may .':/ .
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Carter G. Woodson School The best advice that can be t 7 If t .
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given to Individuals planning I : .
Forest Park School to retire said Mr Glllrup is !11- b E 'I' '\, j II'1' t
Ephenus Jr: Academy to get In touch with the Social I 4" 'I.t.i. "

Edward Water College Security office if any problem .
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Over 75 Weddings *Is encountered. They can help '"
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Astro Cents these p oblems. / :
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And Assoc.: 21M West 13th Street at the "I. '
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Jaxville Recording Co. corne of Canal Street Is glad rata ,:. !'I" "' 1
to help those who wish 1't
Bob Smith .
(OUT OF SPACE). owner establish their'dates *birth. ','I". t'' ,

A.M.E.: : Church, Alpha Phi Apha Deb llama Thetalamptts 1 'i} ;'

Over 50 private Craps (: Towers Leonard Returns. To School 1"1' : 7'f" .

Stodlo.- Royal Diplomats Cb b.- Roe and Loa CuspH -, ,. ., I"I t-..:
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. txceisior uospei singers ueieorate seventh Anniversary At mi Ararat

Outstanding Artists Share Ennttt Reid Ceiter Tip Officials '

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anniversary_Sept.28 in UM education building of the lit. Ararat a .. .' ,. 8APT6T
processional Bapusi \';barCb.A will. open the followed by a guest group, ;;. .''.. .' .. ,....; ; Baptism will be held Tuesday night at 1 p.m buslnes.Rn. SaDII,_
.. The monthIJ
program featuring all g r oops. the Sykes Singers. The Traveling .., ,..' .,,, ", pastor be :300ewith rit. III charI' On
win the pastor ZI
The Twelve Christian Club Star Gospel Singersand .. . Ine at e:
will lead devotion. Urs. VIvian Nathaniel Jackson will also .: Promotional Day will be observed by the Sunday School and
appear the Training Union The Sunday School will present a
Cherry will present the vie
mistress of ceremonies,Mrs. Lacy Sheppard, Sirs Thelma : program by the graduation< groups at 9.SO a.m. The .

Ruby A. Steward. Deacon Ed- Edwards, Mrs Bannister and .... groups will present a brief program durtog the evening serviceat
gar Hall will give welcome others will take the offering. 7 on Other activities will Include the morning worship at
address. Mrs.Rozena Middle- After tilt offering: Deacon 11 Rev, J.L. Hall, assistant pastor will deliver the ser
ton will respond. Mrs Gussle Williams and Peter Jack 0 mon He will also speak in the evening the Sunday SchoollDd
Page Gray will give the Occasion Bell will give selectlons.The Teachers Council will be held Friday night, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.

Voices of FaltbwUlslng.Urs Gospel Choir of the Churchof
V ', A11ceBostonandtheBoa. God win give numbers. Another PEACE MBSIONARYBAPTET
tonettes will present selections group, the White Singers Regular services will be held Sunday. Sunday Schoolbeglns at
and will be followed by II r I. will appear. 9-30 with Mrs. D.B. Barnes in charge as superintendent. Mrs.
Ethel D. Bannister. The An- Hostesses for th''en1ncw111 Barnes is asking the following mothers to have their children
pities Gospel Singers will be Mrs Thelma Edwards and present Sunday at 9:15 to plan for the Sunday School outing:

give selections and will b e the Sunbeam Saving andSoclal I Mrs Sarah Kllpatrlck, Mrs. Accie Ferrell, Mrs. Rosin Lee
Club, whose members are Miss Grant, Mrs. Thelma Hand, Mrs. Doris Gray, Mrs. Betty Jean
Clover Jackson, Miss Yvrfnne Webb, Mrs Maggie Simmons, Mrs. D.V. Randall, Mrs. Annie
Macon, Miss Arella PoweUlfrs. Ruth Clark, Mrs. Annie Strickland, Mrs Helen Brown, Mrs
St. Stephen Male Patricia McDanlel and Miss Zora Wrlce. Mrs Reeva Stalling and Mrs. Annie L. Clark.

Johnetta Ward. Manager Mary { The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with consecration in
Chorus Gives F. Williams will make remarks. the basement by the pastor or the visiting minister. Rev.
Barnes will speak Sunday from tbe subject "In Those Day
Came John The Baptist Preaching In The Wlldnerness"
Anniversary MusicalThe District Presents Baptism will follow. Mrs. Vlora Jackson will sponsor a model

\ wedding at 230. The evening worship begins at 530.: The
male chorus of St. Stephan Season Tea Oct. 1 12 pastor will preach on "The Signs of the Judgment* Mrs.
A.II.E. Church will be Rosin Lee Grant asks all ushers to meet In a special conference

presented In aconcertSunday, District No. 1 of St Matthew Sunday, 6.45: p.m., after the evening service Sirs
Sept. 28, at 7 p.m., under the Baptist Church West 28th,will Maggie Simmons Is asking all deaconesses to be uniformed
direction of Prof A. N.Green' present a Season Tea Sunday, ----"- ..,wtAr Sunday for baptism. Two candidates' will be baptized. Mrs;
and Mrs. Eunice T. Lee Oct. 12, at 4 p.m. a a'. ..', ;.1' Doris Gray asks all choir members to be present Friday at
A varied program will be The ,tea will be held in the \I. <. .f. 4. 7:30 for rehearsal. Usher Board No.1 and the D.B. Barnes
presented.This Education Building Mrs ._' I J 11I1. .: '-""': ..It Usher Board, as well as Choir No.1 and the D.B. Barnes

is one or the projects Johnnie Bell. Marshall is pres- Shown above are officers of the Emmett Reed Service Center Jobs H. Jackson, second vice president. Not shown Is Mrs choir will serve throughout the day. Mrs Dorothy Green will
leading up to the anniversary dent. Advisory Board! From left, they are:Councilman Oscar Taylor, Homer Miller, chaplain. The purpose of the board Is that of be at the Instrument.

of the church. Tables will be heade Other services will be as sons '.representing the four first vice president; Jerome Jackson, president; Miss ways to meet these needs, as well u to help in planning programs SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH
usual at the church. Sunday seasons. Mrs.Johnnie B. Marshall Beverly Amos, secretary; Lawrence V, Jones, treasurer and ; for the Center, located at 1093 West sixth Street. Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: with
Scho begins at 9:30, with Dr. assisted by Mrs Vera Deacon R. McKlnnon in charge. The morning service beginsat
... .
A.C. Madry in charge. The McCloud.,will head< the Spring 11 a.m. with Deacon A.D. Grant and Deacon Oscar King in
consecration begins at 1045.: Table. The Summer Table will UOUDleAnniierslries Mt. Moriah A.M.E. charge of devotions Choir No. 4 and the Young Adult Choir

The morning service begins at be headed ,by Mrs. Pearl At will serve. Rev. G.A. Oliver, pastor, will speak The evening
1 a.m. Rev. R.V. Webster, Holmes, assisted by Mrs Em.. I CalendarIve'nts I IPr1 Announces Recital service begins at 5:30: with Deacon John Williams and Deacon
pastor, will speak The young metal Johnson. The Autumn Sam Williams in charge of devotions. Choir No. 4 and the
adult choir,Mrs.Carmen West Table will be headed by Mrs. St. Peters A.M.E. Young Adult Choir will serve. Rev. G.A. Oliver will speak

president, and Usher Board Thomas Grant, assisted by According to an announcement On Tuesday night at 7.30 prayer meeting will be held with the
\ No. 3 will serve during the Mrs Mary Hlghsmlth. Mrs. The anniversaries of the pastor by the Women's Day deacons In charge. At8p,m. Tuesday Choir No. 2 will rehearse.
day. Mrs Laverne WashingtonIs Ira Wlggian and Mrs. Annie and of the congregation of le of Mateo Temple will meet October tat 712 West Dnval officials of Mt.Moriah AM.E Bible Study Is featured, with the pastor in charge. On Thursday
supervisor of the usher Mae Robinson will head the St. Peter's A. M E. Church, at 8 p.m. All members are asked to be present for the transaction Church, 99 Oak Street, the night Choir No. 1 will rehearse On Saturday evening Choir No.

board. Winter table. Thirtieth and Lee, will end of important business. Mrs Rattle James is daughter. Grant Memorial Trio will givea 4 rehearses At 6 p.m. the Young Choir will rehearse. The
At 4 p.m. Mrs Bessie Johnson An, Interesting program has Sunday Sept 28, with the Mt. ruler. Daughter Owe B. Williams Is reporter. recital Sunday Sept. 28, at Young Adult Choir Is sponsoring an after-service on Sept. 28
and ushers will observethe *******
been prepared.. Mrs. Emma Pleasant A.ME. Church of 7.30: p.m., In the interest cf An enjoyable program has been planned.
anniversary of the board. Usher Board No. 1 of Sit Araret Church
Watkins Is program chairman. Marian Station and< Jasper in Baptist will sponsor a the Kickoff Drive.
I Rev. ,Amanda Anderson will charge of the morning service. tea in honor of the president, Mrs Corine Williams The tea At the Intermission Mrs.
speak. Local talent will par- will be held September 28 from 4 to 8 p.m la the educational Margret Williams, general
The will be
ticipate. Mt. Moriah. A.M.E. same of the group three o'clock building Mrs. Corlae Clark lsreporterRevDdlasJ. Graham 'chairman, and Mrs Mary Rle- COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
The A.C.E. League meets at charge is pastor AU are Invited. :gar co-chairman, and the Sunday School begins at 9:30: with the superintendent and
service Rev Lewis is
5.30: with Mrs. Scarborough Lists Big ReYiY pastor ******* committee, will be officially teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m,
l. of the Mt. Pleasant church.
as supervisor. Parents are This The Daughters of Zioa will celebrate their fifth anniversary introduced. Request numbers the evening worship at 6 p.m. Rev R.J. Crawford, pastor, will
is the
anniversary -
urged< to send their children Mt. Moriah A.M E. Church of twenty-fourth the church and< Sunday, Sept. 28, at3:30attheWprldwu: ( One Barracks, Kings will be sung deliver the sermcn. Choirs No. 1, No. 2 and the Usher Board
The. evening service,preceded will bold its annual revival Road and.,Whltner. AuniqH program has been prepared. Mrs. The Sunday School anniversary No.1 will serve during the day. Choir No. 1 will celebrate
of the Rev
the sixth
1>1 consecrallonVbeglns-ar; 1 meeting\ Monday, Sept r 29, R Wallace,, ,pastor'' ,' Alberta Manual chairman. Miss Flora.Mae Burrls matron will be celebrated during ,third anniversary on October 9.;; Prayer service will be held
pm through October 3. Services I Dinner will be served! .following ,)!I''?, rt jfl u **.*,p**< = ,1* ," A '- '!he Sunday School hour with a .,.Tuesday at.7,3.' ; p.go\ ,...The church is located at 1154 West 31st
Choir rehearsal for the Unit begin at 7.30: each night the services The Community Prayer Band will sponsor aBpirltual Fall Tea guest superintendent and with street.., it 91:
ed' Choirs will be Tuesday Rev, Ruby Robinson McFad- at the Joe James Center, Hurst and Grunthal, on October 12, guest teachers present The
night. Mrs. Daisy Wallace is den of the Mt. Zion A. M. E. from 3 to 6 p.m. A program will be presented. The public is Junior Church Department will
president Rev. Webster asks Church of Hilliardwillpreach Rose.Singers Invited. Madam Charlie V, Petermaa Is leader. have charge of the 11 a.m. EMANUEL BAPTIST
that all class leaders and Sunday School begins at 9:30: ******* service Mrs. NettieJennlngis On Tuesday the teachers meeting and the prayer meeting will

members meet Wednesday with Supt. Samuel Walker in District No. 2 of Mt, Moriah Baptist Church will sponsor a Get supervisor Mrs Odessa Lane be held at the usual hour with the assistant pastor and officers
night to formulate plans for charge. The lesson will be Scheduled Acquainted Tea Sunday Sept. 28, from 4 to 8 p.m. Many is chorister and< Mrs Debris In charge On Wednesday< Choir No 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m
the anniversary. The Male reviewed by the pastor or an talented persons of the city will appear on the program. Woodrow Jackson is organist On Thursday noonday prayer service will be held< at the church.
Chorus rehearses Saturday at appointee Rev. 0. Simpson, For Musical Cam of St. Stephen A.M.E. Church will present a Sermon Rev. King known as the Boy Choir No. 1 rehearses at 8 p.m. Sunday School begins at 9:30:
4.30: The Junior Church meetsat pastor, will speak In the mornIng In Song The church is located at 1953 West Ninth Deacon Preacher, will preach. He is a.m. with Mrs Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith in
1 p.m. service. The pastor has The Sunny Rose Singers of Ernest Stevens is leader Rev. R.L. Herod is pastor. the associatemtnisterofAllen charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration -
The love feast will be held announced a business meeting Jacksonville will appear in a ******* Chapel. A.ME. Church. begins at 10:50: a.m. The morning worship begins at 11
Friday night.PALMER'S. for''' 5 p m. Sunday. musical recital Sunday, Sept. The Jacksonville Barbers Association will hold its regular a.m. with the deacons in charge. Baptism will be administered

28, at 8 p.m., at the True meeting Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the Friendly Barber Shop, 1251 Antioch in the morning worship. B.T.U. begins at 5 p m. with Deacon
Gospel'M'eeling Bind Church of God, 2609 W. West Third, at 8.30: p.m. All members are asked to be present. Baptist James Phillips in charge. The evening worship begins at 6:30p

SPECIAL"SKIN 25th, corner of Dawson. Rev. New memberships are desirable also. Eugene Sawyer.Is reporter .m. ChoirNo.. 1 and the Junior Choir, Usher Board No. 1
Planned For Phillip Simmons is pastor. AnnouncesWomens and the Junior Usher Board will serve. Miss Loretta Collins
SUCCESS" The program will be given ahrwiThe and C.B. Fisher will be in charge of music Choir No. 1 will

BLEACH CREAM I Northside ChurchA for the benefit of the anniversary annual recital by Choir No. 1 of Friendship Baptist Church sponsor a recital with Leorfice Thomas In an after service
was a It on Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. The church is
program which terminates success. exceeded previous presentations Mrs. Mattie Day located at 2221 Forest.
(large size Jar contains 4 times gospel meeting at the on October 19. The Bolton Is president Rev H. Robinson is pastor Rev. S.L. Badger< is pastor.
.s much as re,. size) $1.00 ******* Antioch
;.Northside. Church of Christ, public Invited. Baptist Church, 513
"HAIR SUCCESS" 26 h and Alameda, will be Lilly White Lodge No. 216 Is having a musical program Sunday Odessa St eet, will observe

DRESSING held f, om Sept 29 through Greater Sept. 28, at 7 p.m., at the Tempi C.M.E. Church, Third and Women's Day Sunday, Sept. TRINITY bAPTIST

(regular : oz. Jar contains October. .3? from I p.m until9pm Payne Perlleor St;eels R. Lutes is president. Mrs Gloria Wilcox, 28, beginning with the Sunday Sunday School begins each Sunday at 9.30 a.m. with Supt. A
Brother J.W, Green Jr., conductor. School at 9.20: a.m
Taylor and teachers in The lesson reviewed by !
Lanolin charge. will he
25* ) M of Savannah will be the guest A.M.E. Womens ******* The morning worship begins
the pastor, Rev. WC Murray his The morning
or appointee
BOTH FOR $1.00 speaker. Brother Alfred M.C. Phillips Court No. 104, Heroines of Jericho, will hold- at 1045.: Mrs. Edith Thurstonof
worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons in charge of de
Hooker Is minister Its first regular business meeting for the fall on Wednesday Trinity United Methodist
votions. Communion will be administered at 4 m. TIle
7 Day Set October 1, at 6 ,m. in Masonic Church of Fernandlna will Sunday, p :
p Temple, 410 Broad Street.
,prayer band will be in charge Each Second Sunday at 3 p.m. a
Business of vital importance pertaining to the closing of the speak In the morning. Mrs revival hour is sponsored by Mrs. Cornelia Scott Tuesday
Greater Payne A. M. E. books for 1969 will be transacted. Heroine Rosa L. Johnson Doris Mack of Emanuel Hap
night is
is held
prayer meeting at 7 Barbara Robinson
AUCTION, Church will observe Women'lDay is M.A.M. tilt Church will be guest so clerk and reporter. p.m.
Sept. 28 The theme will loist. ''The choir of Fountain ,
SATURDAY be "Christian Women's Duties Chapel A.M.E. will presents
SEPTEMBER 27, AT 'I 1 P.M. in a Changing World.' ******* numbers. ea iaea .

Mrs AmandaAndersonof Elder White and the Whit Singer give a program Sept. 28 Mrs Julia Robinson of the Your
Palms Motel .And ..Restauranttft ( Zion A.M.E. .of the Southide at the First Bora Temple,823 West Monroe,at 330.: The Gospel Church of God in Christ will professional beautician

will be the morning speaker. Traveling Stars will sing. Other groups are Invited to partici speak in the evening worshipat knows the answer. .
AND ALL ... Other participants will be pate. Sister Rosetta Cohen Is sponsor Elder Hill Js pastor. 4:45 p.m Mrs Frances
Mrs Albertha Zanders, Mrs *-*** Scriven Happer of Mt. Vernon

EQUIPMENT FURNITURE AND [URNISNINfiS Clarlse Streets, Mrs.Rhonnle The Rose of Sharon Bible Club will meet Sunday afternoon at. Baptist will sing Can your hair be damaged
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Macedonia Baptist AIHIOBIICQS Preparing for nit Tour

I .- -- 'Religion And RaceBY
Plans For Dual Anniversaries =

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Macedonia Baptist Church the regular monthly conference -
vlll celebrate two
anniversaries win be held with all
during the month of deacons and members,reNDt.
October, one of the minister, Important business will be OPPOSITION

one of tilt church ItMif. .i t MONTGOMERY, Ala. (NPI) -- Led by retired senior Bishop
Ministers tad congregations 4Friday night at 8 p m. William J. Walls, the board of bishops of the million-member
will be nests etch Bight at Choir No. 2 and Choir No.4 African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, has opposed the
the celebration. will meet for rehearsal with principle of "Black reparations," u forged by the Black

On October 28 Women's Day Mr Mima and Deacon Bryant.: g.2 Economic Development conference. In an unofficial statement,
vlll be observed. The church located at S333 J Bishop Walls, now $0, termed BIDe "Just a small group of
Services Sunday will begin Franklin Street. Mrs. Bessie tI people with no permanancy of organization, encumbered witha
raw beginning" BEDC Is $3 billion In
with the very demanding reparations -
Sunday School at 9:30
Merchant Is secretary-re from white Protestant and Jewish denominations
with Tyrone Merchant in porter.

chart The Sunday School ANOTHER OPPONENTNEW

anniversary will be observed YORK (NPI) .. The American Jewish Congress has
with a unique program. Con- New Bethel A.M.E. t lent its support to those opposing the nomination by President
see atlon services will begin Nlzon of Federal Appeals Judge Clement F. Haynesworth to
at 1045: with the pastor In Presents Two Artist!I the U.s. Supreme court In a letter to the White House
charge The devotional service AJC president, Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyweld, noted, "He has
begins at 11 n.m. Music In Sunday Event consistently voted for the strictest possible confinement of
will be furnished by Choir desegregation rulings. On all Issues, the Supreme Court has
ultimately resolved the question adversely to the position taken
No. 2 and Choir No. 4 with
Mrs. Gertrude. F. Morse, by Judge Haynesworth."
Wallace Kims and Deacon dramatist and Willie D. Can

Bryant In charge of the instruments. non, soloist, will appear in a HAS PROMISE, BUT, .

Joint recital Sunday, Sept. 28, SOUTH BEND, Ind. (NPI) -- The Black Economic Development
Usher Board Mo. S will at 7:30 at New Bethel A.M.E. ki conference won Us first tilt with a major denomination
serve. Deaconess Board No. Church in the au41toriulD.'lbe recently when the Episcopal church official recognized
2 will meet after morning public invited. The concert It as being "a potential means of helping Negroes." However,
worship The Fellowship Boor is designed to benefit the the denomination flatly refused to accept BEDC's Ideology
will begin at 245.: One B.Y. Women's Day effort or give it funds. All the church would say was fiat: "BEDC
P.U. Hour will begin at 5:30 Many groups will be present. :.Is a movement which at this moment shows promise for serv-
Instrument In black-betterment "
tag u an efforts.
with Mrs. M. L. Polite in Mrs. Hattie Nesbit is general

charge The evening worship chairman. Mrs Ollva r RELIGION ALL RACES
begins at 6.30: p.m. with consecratlou Barrell Is co-chairman. Mrs. .
LOS ANGELES (NPI) Bishop Harold R, Perry, auxil-
and devotions.Both Mary Ellen Oliver Is a cochairman iary prelate of New Orleans, advocated before an audienceat
major sermons will be given Mr s.Melanle Jones the Sacred Heart church Loyola university campus, that
by the pastor, Rev. Wilbur Is program chairman and gs- \ .\ : the Catholic church become a church of all races. "We have

Burgess, or an appointee. tor-for-the-day. \ .. .'.." Irish, French Italian Spanish, Polish and White American
\ \ Catholics he said. "There Is with African
On Tuesday night at 7:4S: the Supervisors are Mrs.Serene .. nothing wrong
weekly meeting and Janle }i Catholics The church must adapt Itself and the Gospel to the
prayer Tolber Mrs. Robinson
Orvllle Lawton (left) Accompanist Bethune-Cookman The chorale has rehearsal for a 1969-70 "
Bible study will be conducted Helen Hawkins and College already begun Future: of the region In which It labors
Mrs. T.
with the pastor and deaeoulllcharI' Alberta Mor is. Concert Chorale shown with Augustus Byrd, baritone Jacksonville lengthy concert tour. Thomas D. .Damps, Director; said,

Wednesday night at 8 Mrs.The committee will sponsor a ; and Kay Carol Ray, contralto, Meridian, Mississippi. "more,than 54 students are competlngfor voice scholarships." St. Paul I A.N.E. TEN DAYS SPECIAL

p.m. Choir No. 1 and Choir breakfast Sunday Oct 1', ,
No. 2 will meet for rehearsal from 8:30: to 10:30: a.m. In the Mt. Olive A.M.E. Mrs. Dorothy Owens Heads Speaker Choir Ho. 1 ENLARGE' YOUR

with Mrs. Bess and Mr.1IJm.. lower auditorium. Plans
On Thursday night at 8 p.m. Women's Day Sunday, October Mammoth Celebrate Founding FAVORITE PHOTO
19. Rev. Elisha JonesIs Mt. Olive AME Women I.I
pastor. Baby Contest Senior Choir No. 1 of Greater

Greater Payne Mrs. Dorothy Owens will Foster courtesy chairman; St. Paul A.M.E.Church will celebrate IN OIL
Mt. Olive A.II.E.Churcb wm serve as chairman of the Mrs Merle Coffey.adsand its 58th anniversary

Chapel C.M.E. Young Peoples be the scene of a Mammoth annual Women Day Observance k sponsors chairman,Mrs.Jerry: Monday night,Sept.29,at 8p.m. WATER COLORS
Baby Contest on October 19
scheduled October 26, Trapp, ways and means chair- 4 In the main auditorium.
Mrs. Jerry L.Trapp,chairmanof and Mrs. Florence Dlxon President Felder and the
at Mount Olive A.M.E.Church. man ,
Has Womens Day Union To the Ways amd Means Com Programs have been planned awards chairman. chair lady,Mrs.Mary Jennings, BLACK AND WHITE

Greater Payne Chapel A.M.E. mittee for the annual Women's for the day. Speakers for the Mrs. GlorlaSykes Bruce will express pleasure with the response
Day Observance, has asked all for the day.The of the Program Committee All types of Frames We also
Church 23rd and Plateau 11 a.m. hour of worship and serve as pastor
boards of the church to parti has been invited to and its members all take pictures.: We also need
Streets, will hold its annual Holiness ChurchThe the 6 p.m. service are Dr public
cipate. Presldnets of e a c h attend. have worked collectively to all types of Help Part-time
Women's Johnnetta Betsch Cole assistant -
Day Sunday ,
board have been asked to submit and Full-time.
make anniversary the best
September 28,with Mrs.Essie professor of Anthropology,
the name and address of
B. Slower as chairman and Washington State University
Mrs. Annie M. Griffen as co- Young PeoplesUnionwill their contestants to the c o m- and Miss. Waymola Stone Holy Tabernacle yet.Mrs.. E.B. Walton,chalrlady, HOUSE OF
chairman.An meet Sunday,Oct. 12 at the Holiness mil tee Sunday. !speech therapist for the Duvsl has gone one step farther t o
Church on 28th Street. Members of the Ways and assure all of an evening o f
elaborate list of committees Bounty Reading Laboratory, Church Commemorate MEMORIES INC.
Elder Tolbert Is Means Committee M ,
has been prepared. These pastor. are r s. Mrs. Rosalyn Burrough praises In songs and fellowship
The Thalmarettes will host L. Mrs. Gloria
Jerry Trapp together. Choirs of St.
committees will operate in Henry and Miss Sandra Smith
every area of church activity the Union on October 11,with S. Bruce, Mrs Johnnie U will serve as guest soloists. FoundingHoly Paul will be heard at their 265 Riverside Are.
Mr. Thelma Edwards as Byard and Mrs Dorothy Ken- invited.
The Sunday School will begin spon Ushers of New Bethel A.M.K. above best. All are to en-
at 9:30 with Mrs. Rosa M. nor Outstandlngpersonalitles nerly and Central C.M.E. Churcheswill Rev. S.C. Waterford, evening of Christian
Tabernacle will observe will deliver the Men's Day musical 7910321
wW appear. Usher .Board No. 1 oft h e fellowship.
Mills as host superintendent participate duringthis ce- Its twenty-second anniversary at the Mt ZlonAM.E.
Mrs. Edwards has held the church will bold its monthly sermon
to guestteachersandtoaguest'superintend financial and attendance ban- business meeting Saturday at lebration..Also and the sixth of the presi- Church, St. Augustine Road
Mrs for the Union for four 8 p.m. in the assembly room. serving as officers for ding bishop beginning Monday Southslde Sunday morning,
Mrs. M.D. King will be pastor .years. She is asking a 11 AU members have been askedto the day are, Mrs. Prlscllla night., The week's services Sept. 28, at 11 a.m. Rev. LA TRENNA
for the day. friends and wellwishersto b e attend. Services for Sun Wise, co-chairman;Mrs.GertrudelL will be held at 1678 W e 11 Waterford visited the Holy
The speaker for the moring Peele,program chairman Ninth Jacksonville. Bishop Land Rome and the Vatican COIFFURES
present to help her hold the day will begin with the Su 11- ,
service will be Rev Amanda banners for 1970. day School at 9:30.: Paul ; Mrs.Mary Betsch,chairman R.L. Jones will preside. Service during a recent tour.

Anderson Mrs Celestyne During the anniversary a gift Owens is superintendent la of music;Mrs Wilhelmina begin t 8 p.m I nightly. BEAUTY SALON
Wage will sing. Baldwin, publicity chairman; Speakers will be: Monday nd .
is always presented to the charge.
At 3:30 p.m. the young women group Bruce Mrs. Hortense H.Ford,chairman -< Minister Roosevelt St. James A.M.E. Piece 7IM
will their that has had the banner for Rev. Y. Benjamin of finance Mrs.WUlleMae": Tuesday 4006 Owns All. W. LRAVEEN
present pro the past years. Mrs. I a e a minister, will be la charge Davis; Wednesday, Minister
gram. The evening service, Kennerly, chairman of followup -!< Mrs Llnsey Thursday night, Presented FashionsSt.
Harris is president. Miss of the eleven o'clock service.The ;
at 8 p.m. will feature a musical committee; Krs.ldtbt Mother Irene Levy'; Friday PERMANENT
Gloria Harris is secretary. evening worship will begin
by the choir and other ta night General Mother J. L. James A. M. E. Church
Mrs. Alberta Latemore is supervisor at six o'clock.. The Junior ,
lent. Rev. R.A.Klng Is pastor and pianist. Chuck Usher Board will serve Allen Chapel Hendon; Sunday morning, 11: Presented its "Wonderful Ri|. 11.50 ,

Mrs R. Stewart is re- McCUln Is reporter. during the day. 30 a.m Minister G.W. Hen- 'World of Fashions" onSeptem-
porter. A.M.E. Womens don A program will given ber 21 at the Union Hall, 2040 Spiciil 15.00

with the Chairman, Mrs. L. East 21st, at 4 p.m. Fashions
will be supplied by Sears and ..50 Ti 10.08
Dlggs charge. Mrs.L.Meadows. Roebuck with an Afro-Amer- illS li|.
Day Oct. 12 Mrs. L. Raley and Mrs. I/I lean scene from Freedom Jar, I jSpecI11
Morgan are on the program Inc. There Is an admission Cli.RiillStjIiR (ISplrltsit) !

Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church committee. All reports will Vernell E. St.wartl.chairm.1Jo!
will observe Women's Day be given during this hour.The Ul .;..
UnfairHousing Sunday, October 12, with appropriate public welcome. Bishop R. Singing For ChristThere MRS. EDNA CALHOUN
services all j. 1. Jones Is pastor. Mrs 1L.
Ot October =a
WllllamTis -wiii
Mrs. Shirley Ann Meadows is reporter.Tabernacle w1U be at New Bethel

chairman Mrs.. Doris Allen A. M. E. Church on Sunday, Introducing The New Raveen Permanent. No more Rain

co-chairman September 28th at 4:00: p.m.a Natural can be worn
The day begins with Sunday Baptist Humidity or perspiration problems.
soul stlriingprogram(known
School at 9:30. The morning over this Permanent. HOURS Tuesday thur Saturday
service begins at 11 a.m., Holds Adult Classes FOR CHRBT. Come out and 9 a.muntil6p.m.TbursdayandFridayby Late Appointment.

the young peoples' program at enjoy yourselves. This is to
: 4:30.: After the Sunday service
benefit the Women's Day
Adult classes are being cons
Fred Washington,noted singer Drive. Rev. Elish Jones, pastor .
ducted and
will present numbers. Mrs. iRtrofahi AL WALKERASST.
Thursday night in Tabernacle Miss C. V, Morehead,
Williams will be in charge.
Baptist Institutional Church. promoter.
Rev. David Maths is pastor.
v Rev. Adrian King assistant.. Those desirous of entering MANAGER'TIRE
at 1531 these classes should call the allege Park
The church located &
church office.
Swan. Other services are as usual. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m.
Isn'tUnfair.l Sunday School begins at 9:30. with Superintendent James Mc- .
12 Christian Club Mrs. H. Solomon, superintendent Cutchen in charge. The morn-
will be In charge. The Ing service begins at 11:30 with
Deacon Price In charge of devotional
Honors AnniversaryThe morning service begins at 11 -
*, Communion will be
a.m. Rev. W.E. Young will administered in the morning CITY

12 Christian Clubwlll- preach. All youth choirs and services. B. T. U. begins at ,
lebrate its fourth anniversary Usher Board No. 4 will serve. 6:30.: The revival begins at Beaver
Sunday stgktSept.2lat 3p.ra The youth choirs will re- 7:30 and runs for five days. 1104 St.

: at Fourteenth and Crunthal.Par hearses at 5:30.: Toe Rev Milliard of First Corinth
: tlclpants listed Missionary Prayer wffl begins Baptist will be present Rev. PH. 3557662 \
: Fisher Missionary DanleLMls- 8:45. meeting 'F, D. Davis is pastor The IL IILlEI
slonary LenlonclDanlelt h e at 7:30. Usher Board No. 1 church Is located on West
. will Fourth in the 1900 block.
cc sponsor a sepclal project I>I
Holy Church Dike Living God,
in the dining JOINTS FRONT END
room. TALL
j Mrs.Washington the Bar mo
;t.*!' I Propjiet Alvin JonesAt
nettes Gospel Singers, Mrs.
!<< Ippsr .r LIIU'' ALIGNMENT
Ella Williams, Deacon Bern Friendly Westside
;K Deacon Sims Mrs.Lewis Rejected Stone
\ son, ,
s .!it Missionary James aDd t h e In Mass 29.88 4.99
. l Excelsior GospelSlngersEvangellst Th. Rejected Stone Church
.jf' : ,'':
Success rendering a
Mack is leader.Evangelist
.1" Revival Sept. 28' for the benefit of the building
Its ; : Blckman will assist. F"UIJ. A/C '2.11 eitraCeipiete
: fund on Sunday Sept. 14, at 3
The Friendly ,, p. m.

, :.. Basic EducationUnit Choirs Union will hold Its The gospel chorus of Fountain Master Treads
) :" Mass Revival Meeting September Chapel A. M. E. Church .

; ":.'. At. 28th, ((Sunday), 2:30: accompanied by Wilbur Jones, BRAKE JOB I.lIlIali Retreads
will be guest of the church.
p m. In the maiD auditorium \
:" ; Singing Sam will be guest soloist -
i'J AM. ChurchClasses of Royal: Tabernacle Baptist Prophet Alvin Jones will 34 8 8 71511.4 125114
Mt.. Ararat Church, 1320 W. 21st Street, speak. All are Invited. The I
Rev. Lee McQneen, pastor 8." ..bcfalnCIEY & 1
la adult basic education church os ;pcated 6313

h I are now registering i and The sp1rhal1dY1Ior combined Choirs. of' Restlawn Elder Elllie Drive.Brooks Is pastor Plu.F.I.T. U to 37y

, Illegal.I at the )(to Ararat Baptist Cedar Hurst Holiness Church,
Church Center. They willmeet i Elder Ales Alexander, Mrs. Charge Jails
la the Ruby B. Stewart will be II BRAKE SHOCKS
Rev. Hosel Williams
7n Monday and Thrwday charge and Mrs. Alberta

nights at 7 p.m. and close at Latlmore Singers will assist DECATUR CM Hoses Williams ADJUSTMENT '6.95.
10 p.... u well well tuawa civil rights
I ;/tI" '" Classes from the first grade The combined Usher Boardsof leader, was Jailed here last '

'thr'otga the sixth will betupt. Royal: Tabemcle will Wednesday on a charge of driving 97 PlIS. IISTAUijll.SATURDAY .
under the Influence of al- ,
Write: Fair HousingW; shirurtorWlc' 2041ft( serve. rhehoU p

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1 Fresh. frozen. dry or canned lima 1 pound dried lima bran Place limas in large saucepan.
beam are a faxonuin so many lit! cups), rimed Soak overnight Bring limas 10 a
ways. Mix Ih"milh corn and 2 about boil simmer covered. 30 minutes
quarts water ( )
tomatoes for a succotash. cook or until tender Drain reserving
U dark
I season well and mash for aneconomical cup com syrup 2 cup liquid Place I limas.; in 2Vi
\ cup
I )et food tasting bean 11* teaspoons dry mustard 'to 3-quart casserole or bean pot.
loaf or try tint recipe which hatthe
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wholesome goodness of a mustard salt rj rI
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family recipe yet the seasoning I
teaspoon Ringer pepper and reserved liquid
are sophisticated. enough for a 'i teaspoon thyme leases Pour over limas. Bake coveredin r r'
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flake IW hours slakes 6 servings s
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Towels Detergent Sugar
In the heat of the summer sliced cold meats
nothing looks and tastes more To unmold loosen the salad
t 1 refreshing than a shimmering by gently running the tip of a
t t with$$51 sparkling molded salad You slim knife around the edge or
$ r could make a meal of this easingtheeiadgentlyfromthe
4 Lembo 1 5ge SlJI.3ge: hearty combination of veal eel edge of the mold with moist
Gt. foed try'. and pickles crowned with fingers Shake the mold gently
nrek pimiento aspic and surrounded to loosen salad completely
with sliced eggs and crisp crack Then if necessary dip the mold
Faller's era Cut it in small wedges and quickly in warm water Place
serve it as a tantalizing appe. chilled serving dish on top of
Regular Drip liter Or feature it in a buffet mold and invert both quickly.
59" of potato salad seafood casserole Remove mold and refrigerate
Coffee Electric Perk Ib, can green tossed salad and the salad to firm before.serving

I Limit 1 please wil' 'S5.00 or more food plrchses 2 envelopes unflatorrrf gelatine
ljrup! > atrr .
Bakerite GO WESTERN WITH SHORT RIBS 2 (10 >,-ou..e) enu condensed beef eontomme
For a taste treat reminiscent of the old western frontier days try some Deviled Beef Short 2 ,.bl..poonll.moll juice
Ribs easy and quick to make with seasoned coating mix for chicken Another beef dish, 1 (:'ounce) jar DROMEDARY Plmlrnlo, Sliced, Or.l.ied
trial s long on flavor but (hort on preparation time, is Brazilian Beefies, a cube steak recipe 2\'l cups eooked red, rut Into bile-l.e pieces
also in the release *4 cup thinly diced celery
Shortening 3 I.. CII 1 (11-ounee) jar mixed pickles, drained
Parfaits With A Yogurt Plus 2 hard-ookerf egg,Bleed

\ Swift Premium Rand fla. Grade A Soften' frlaline den In '!j cup cold alcr. lint remaining alter sills
rD 1 cuss beef roiiHiniinr. Add gclallnr and Mir until diuMtltrddd
.5 Irnion juice end remaining connoninic. :\I..urt'i cup. Fa*
8 8"i' through rl.rlrlr blinder with DROMED4RI' Pimientos !Sllcmluntil .
Steak Miinolh Tour Into a 1'j.quart mold. Refrigerate unlll wl.Refrigerate .
'Fryers by Mary Reynolds es'' ""i' from remaining a ipoon runioninic!llr In next'mixture Iwo liirrdlcnl 11.,11I ninund and *'i i whendropped cup

jl I ml\el pickles, ehoppcd.. Spmm into mold. and refrigerate ussllres.
Inmold moo. eening illihi aiiriil>h Kith rtf elites and rrmaliilnir >
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99" 29" Vermont ii well known for RITZ (:..,.k.... and TRISCITT! Uafer.. Main.* 6 (1 cup)
i Ib, Its. I It* rich heritage in crafts andindustries ...nlll" .
Native products include
furniture, pottery cheese
and the production of maples
,I i >rup. Each of these has a long A ; Ea
Jwilt ,Premium historY'often dating back to \ VaratOIarJ..qlcl :etUe- ,
,. Early American days when :'I pea' u 'r ; o'Q
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I they were carried out in the rN:
5 I 1 home., .Todav' these "cottageIndu.trl. ,t\1 Hi 1 1 t:', ,
J : Baking Hens Ii' 49C ..'* have grown to1''
lb. II. : major proportions. I ? E PETER PANHANDLES
When the living Is light and easy in summer, meals, especial! Bars)
desserts, should set the same leisurely pace A dessert that does: 5 cups corn flakes 1 tablespoon water
Grade "A' Fresh a light i tricolor parfait layered with three different flavors of 1 4 cup firmly packed dark Ii cup Peter Pan Crunchy
I wllls-styl. yo ments or bits of another fla. brown sugar Peanut Butter
Fla. ir 61. way 3lad., theneed thn Kitchen voted fruit atop each rIlls \4 4 cup granulated sugar 1 tablespoon butter
1o throughout Yo i i
,containers yogurt blueberry Fruit is blended cup light corn syrup
ttiattbeiry, and mandarin this Sv iss-st t; doesn
Fryer Qtrs. orange, perhaps_and six 6- settle as in custard tjpes Although Crush corn flakes slightly, then place in buttered shal-
r ounce parfait glasses mineral and vitamin l()w pan in 250' (slow) oven for about 8 minutes or until
; "Srper Righi" Western Beet le Carefully spoon blueberrj content "air with the flavor, CI rlsp Mix sugars, corn syrup and water in heavy sauce-
yogurt into each glass, then an this yogurt has the protein con pi an; cook over moderate heat to boiling point. Remove
'' D easet' IB. 39$ even layer of straw'berry '0' tent of low'-fat milk and Is a fl rom heat; add peanut butter and butter Return to low
with00d source of calcium and rlbo-
I gurt Complete the parfait flavin. hi eat; stir until mixture comes to gentle'boil.. Pour hot
ROAST a Refrigerate layer of mandarin until ready When calories and minutes b m fixture, over. warmed corn flakes; mix thoroughly Turn Into
9 inch square pan mixture until
S sene. matter the most, yogurt's agreat ; press firmly even.
C 001 and cut into 32 bars
.. Pop some Itl'lwben' seg. skinnj, quickie lunch,
Grade 'A' Fresh

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I Miss Bakiif \'ou've'n' limiting tour
59C enjoyment of syrup to pan
lB. its worldwide distribution channels, Catholic cak.s and waffles ?
t IF UNABLE TO PURCHASE Here's a riddle for you What Relief Services is able to ship overseas thousands of tons xou've
HENS do shoelaces, picture hooka of U. S. Government-donated foods been missingsome
ANY ADYERTISTED ITEM, and transparent tape have In annually. It thereby treats
provides basic
daily nutritional
common? The answer-you requirements for more Vermont Maid
PLEASE REQUEST A' RAIN often can't find them when you than 17 million needy persons syrups add a
39 need them moat delightful new
IB. for solving Cooking With The Spirit Of taste dimension
CHECK! PRICES IN. THIS AD Some nuggestion" Vermont
the "whf'fI.I.-It? problem: to bakedgoods.

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, IOU example you can throughout the nation. Al' maple and sugar cane whipped cream served on gingerbread -
SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 21, 1369 UM one shoehox for shoecare though pure Vermont maple blends. produced, bv .Vermont .
items, another for picture I r
J hanging necessitta, others for
carpet and clothes-car needs Fli-Can
Assign several shoeboxes for
I' \ Limit 1 w5. your housecleaning gear

A 6 or lore ,order with Start two your clothy cleaning helpers shoebox For 3001I
P example, a nylon scouring and Sugar -i.:
CLOROX et!. 15e off Label dishcloth is non-scratching cleans and,
'I easy on the hands
1 burned food stains, .
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BOLD needs a little extra rub A soft
lrg 49 flexible sponge cloth I has n \ tii.
waffle aide to hold water anda Nertheri
10 grid side for removing dirt Aril
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from hard to-clean surfaces

r jar 8ge:' I. 12C* off del 3 I'. 1 u. these To do cloths their should best job be for kept you Quantity R Tissue
and sweet smelling ONtbissawdrse Corn
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, ant to clean disinfect and deodorize 3IItN.,5Anteel ate tloroasrteut Assorted

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ashtrays to Venetian Minds.
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I Preserves 3 LB. jar 79$ Variety Bread 4 .. Leases 89C contain kit.your It shoecar should such'':' Liiit 1 with $5.00 or more 'food order, 'uis.

items as polishes Select lufLiVer
1 Assorted Colors 2-Rill Pk|. and protectors
j" Jill Parker Deliciois a'

.' Delsey Tissue 3/79 Peach Pie i MI.SirHidowith t,:.. 39$. soft II you've doth ever and extra had sponge a shoelaces.shoelace, brush I 2 LBS. 3ge

I break at achoolbua time,, you'll .
f ( ask ArerY $3.00 purchase) Fresh Red Dilicins know what a will valuable be. addition''

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DEAR D. W.: You may use } 1 not all confined to Interplan.
1 tablespoon of Super Cleaner Itary exploration these days.
,) in your dishwasher in place of New developments are also
t r the Jet Dry This will aid Infl f fw solving life's enduring little
? removing the scale buildup problems right here on earth.
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are cuddly but not with formula dex lint remover which can be
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pretreated witha movers required replacementof Io r
liquid deter. New "tlme-reletse," uU-p isptrant helps keep yon dry all the surface material each i4 r
gent rubbed in day long. Dial aerosol antl-persplrant for the whole family, time they were filled with )< .11/4
to the stain to Q lint How many times have ?
loosen it. Rinse recently Introduced by Armour-Dial, tile, reacts when you .
A you forgotten to purchase replacements
A push of the button on the handle of this new "Shot of Steam"Iron
the 'react to the full protection of antlpersplrant
detergent provide f.eshly applied ? Always Just when
thoroughly and delivers a generous burst of steam from all\ 3(1( rents in
all day. you needed the. lint remover the toleplate '
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carpet In a "Stone Brick" em X1
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. Council Of Churches Considers :- Scientific Programs Highlight 74th NMA Convention I

': Demands Of Economic Conference,

NEW YORK, M.T.,...-The festo, first presented at that Dr. Julius W. Hill Becomes Education and Hospitals, Dr. Claude H. Orgen of recruiting program being supported by Coca-Cola

Executive Committee of the meeting by James A.Forman, Omaha; Financial Aid, Dr. Mitchell W. Spellman of USA.The
I National Council at Churches and to recommendations New Association PresidentDr. Los Angeles; Scientific Exhibits, Dr. William E. Allen, National Medical Association was formed in

has "acknowledged1 the Black to the board Jr., of St. Louis; and the Council on Talent Recruit. October, 1895, in Atlanta-site of the 1970 conven-

Economic Development>> Conference that The church found officials themselves declared ment, headed by Dr LeRoy R. Swift of DurhamN., C, tion-to serve as a formal association of persons of

"u a programmatic "under they Christlanconstralntto Daily seminars in nine different medical areas African descent in the practice of medicine, surgery,

of expression black churchmen of UM aspiration In a make every effort to under- occupied most of the doctors' time during the four. pharmacy, and dentistry, each of which has subsequently -

statement Issued here after stand these demands (of the day convention. Chairman of the seminars were Dr. formed its own professional organization.

. a one-day special meeting of NBEDC) and by the grace of John W. Carney of Los Angeles, Dermatology; Dr. .
I 25 denominational church God to respond in a way consistent Edith Irby Jones of Houston, Internal Medicine; Dr. .
with the Gospel of
leaders Jesus Christ." William G. Thompkins of Washington, D. C., Neu.
statement declared that
, the The National Council of "We declare that we u rology and Psychiatry Section; Obstetrics and Gynecology .1.

'. Churches is "aware of the Christians have no right under ; Dr. Clarence D. Hinton of Washington, D. C., j
< grievances of the black God to refuse to listen to any Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology; Dr Charles H.

t $ people>> of this nation,and while demand presented to us whatever Dr. Hill Whittled Epps, Jr., of Washington, D. C., Orthopedics; Dr <
" \ rejecting the Ideology of the maybe our Initial reaction Melvin E. Jenkins of Omaha, Pediatrics; Dr. Reginald
to the form it takes bul
\ Black the Manifesto Black Economic, acknowledges De-- openness alone Is not enough" Over 1,400 Black physicians from all parts of the G. James of Washington, D. C., Public and Rural

F velopment Conference as a there must be penitence and I nation gathered In San Francisco recently to participate Health; Dr, T, Wilkins Davis, Washington, D. C., Radiology -

programmatic expression oft readiness to make recom In a wide range of scientific programs at the ; Dr. Edward P. Crazat of Chicago, Surgery; 'i1'J

the aspiration of blackchurchtf pense.'! 74th annual convention and Scientific Assembly of and Dr, Earle Belle Smith, Resident's Basic Research

men. The Black Economic Development Nine Blacks the National Medical Association.' Seminar.The .

<: Conference new Presiding over the convention was Dr. James M. discussions at the seminars covered subjects

e\ agency In the black among community those agencies dlrect5 Start Doctoral Whittico, Jr., of St. Louis whose term as the Associa ranging from purely scientific to special problems

ed toward the achievement of tion's President ended on August 12. He was succeeded related to delivery of health services to the community -

economic Justice for the deprived by Los Angeles orthopedic surgeon Dr.JuliusW. development of programs specially geared to Sessions In various medical' PC.IIIt.v".

peoples of this tend" Work At Purdue Hill who became 69th President of the National. dealing with poverty, racism and youth and develop the tific phvsleiant papfis/ prepared many by opportunity NMA members' to hear. DI sewn.LrRol

I la a first direct, comprehensive West Lafayette, Ind.._-Tte Medical Association. ment of the NMA Foundation. /?.S"'I"olDurhem,North Carobna show.prcna 'nN'
response to the Black first recipients of nine doc The John Hale Medical Society of San Francisco Citing problems related to the need for more paper on ''the Piftnl, Sta"0'Atnrtion;

Manifesto by the NCC, the toral fellowships for black served as hosts for the convention. The society's Black physicians, the Association announced a new
church leaders proposed five5 students arePnrdueUniverslty
Dr, W. C. Nixon and president-elect Dr.
point program for consideraUon have been announced by the president, ,
by the church federation's university. Arthur H. Coleman provided support for NMA execu

I general board. They ,lie: Robert K. Jones, tive secretary, Dr. John T. Givens of Norfolk, and
The proposal recommends electrical engineering, Tusk- administrative secretary, Samuel C. Smith, In co
that the NCC ask member communions egee, Ala.; Malcolm.Whyte, ordinating convention activities. o1weDRaNMIU sln II RClaoaloir, ,
I for $500,000 In "new -
modern languages El Paso
Dr. Price Cobbs
Among special speakers were ,
money" for five regional conferences Texas James E. Robinson, ;
I for black churchmen mathematlcs.Memphis.Tenp; coauthor of BLACK R, GE, who appeared at a pro.

and for the Interreligious Gustavus A. Walker, biological gram sponsored by the Medical Women's Auxiliary.

Foundation for Community Or- sciences, Uontlcello, Ga; In the area of the NMA Talent and Recruitment Program t fy r

ganisation, and that the NCC Steven ,,L... Hayes, chemical Dr. LeRoy Swift announced that James Me- I
prepare a pi ogram plan (tote engineering! ,- Indianapolis; Jon Daniel of Brooklyn, New York had been selected as
submitted to its General Assembly
C. Freeman electrical
in December)by which neeringClevelandOhio, Mrs the winner of an annual scholarship for premedical (e/

"tens of millions of dollars' Dandy B., Battle, child;devel- study, awarded by Coca-Cola USA. 1 NtAl d ,,,, r ,
would become available from opment and family life, Meetings of the convention included gatherings The history ol Black physician In America was the tub/eel p IGNtirOMduAav
the churches and other with oltn enhiblt which Illustrated the work and contribution/ ol cores t
Georgetown S.C. Mrs. Linda of the seven major councils charged handling
; ,
of Black doctors Pointing out tome ol the doctoit shown/ NMA meriting' bettti community health programs wale muchdiscuttedtopicittheconvention -
sources to disadvantage* LaBue,polltlcal sclenceGary, special programs of the NMA. They included the,. Administrative Secretary Samuel C Smith With him are (left to ,Past NMA president Dr Vaughtn
groups for low and grants Ind, and Wilbur D.VanBuren, in 11 Medical 101 nghlDr, Asa Yancey Atlanta,Dr Nchemiah Cooper ol Monrovia C. Meson ol New Yorli! City new a display" by Meherry Medic
Scientific Spe.
councils Assembly ,
toward economic and social on Liberia,and Bob Johnson,JET Maganne Editor College showing .work in hit am.
Monroe La.
development.The chemistry, clalty Fields headed by Dr. John B. Johnson; the-
The fellowships were awarded -
Executive Committee had under a new program which Judicial Council headed by Dr, Robert S. Jason; the "

been authorized by the NCC's provides for stipends ranging Council on Awards, headed by Dr. Edward C. Mazi-

General Board last May to from $300 per month.or$3,600per que, all of Washington, D. C.; Council on Medical ids ha
take action on the demands of year, to $350 per month,
'the conference's Black Hani- or $4,200 per year,all renewable -

for a total of five years.In .
Afro Hair Cuts addition, said Prof. Step I
hen J. Citron, assistant vice t ,
President for academic affairs rI Y y N Yair '

Army Style Out at Purdue, $800 in additional ..
funds will be made

available in the fourth and .-f"-, CqN
Says Sergeants MIl year to the students to ;.i/'v< <

support their doctoral research -

The is facet of ,P MV
program one F x
ain't no Afro" said;, the Black
sergeant to the Black barber|t': a multi-project program approved regfaranttVine NMA Convention l it1!' I""':: pled 1000
Among more ttu-
dent Recruitment Council mainta/nt/ an active piogram to
Cane Lejeune a few days ago. by the university'sboard wart 0,. Clinton Warner of Atlanta end Or, Samuel Rippers ol While tcoret of pharmaceutical end medical supply companies provided dents a career In medicine/ Or Organ it assistant professor of surgery at,the
of trustees last year Lot Angeles, doctors/ with information on new pioductt,Coca-Cole US A provided refreshment Severemedical students who
The question arises, "What University of Nebraska With him one ol pie-
establishment In the tthlbit hall and also for youngsters attending tht conventionThe ,
Includes the
It tented talks at the luncheon
is an Afro?
Cultural Centerto yy Ion uT 1 u Yrt., ,yap
of a Black -
Marines General p
Recently dI
i II i ir
be established in the former
F issued (
Leonard Chapman a ,
Christian Foundation House t xq L1S
directive t designed to put a tease
fears aaddlssatisfactlons now owned by the Purdue Research
Foundation The house wt ., \
of Black soldiers who feel that !
forced to f 1- is across University St. from
they are being o 91 sR
low rules that are too st1 ct. .the central campus. 1 t', ed
Therefore the Black sergeant Another project is thedevel- 1 t j
lifted himself from the chair opmant of a new Center for' 4

and stalked out of the s hop. Afro-American Studies, now
General Chapman, It seems, being ,undertaken by a com- L
has tried to ward off!' racial Incidents mittee of faculty and black

since one resulted I n students. a
the death of white corporal The fellowship program hasa i
dual nature--/the training of.
July ZOo At that time his d 1-
rectlve read "Afro.oatu r al top black professionals, and to .
hair styles will, be permitted. provide support for other Sin Francisco. Sun Reporter publisher and practicing phi .- ;n W -' Al "'''Il'i ''
He also felt that the clenched black student programs on the. tlcienDr.Cailton Soodlett and Harold Hamilton tale with Dr LeRoy Watts South Central Multl/ .Purpose Health Services Several hUnlr"I'Iflfllbc1I of the Women Auiilmry to the National! Medical
fist "black power" salute campus. In accepting the fel- K Swift daring i break In sessioni Dr. Swill It chairman ol the Center enhiblt attracted.ttcnfron.f(left'W right))Di Junes Hobbs AO'lOCI"lOnlentled/ the convention', along with 'thi'It husbands Shown a't one ol Iho
lowships each student in a NMA Council on Talent and Recruitment Hamilton/ communlcattont ol Los Angeles, Dr Thomas Wright of Washington/ DCtndDr. Autll'tfy meetings are Mrs.H. B Moore, Pitliburqh Ten"'oCC:Mrs.John Memvell of I
I could be tolerated, within li- manager tl Coca Cola USA In Atlanta, attended She conven Maurice McFarlane' of Miami New and creative wyt to present Milwaukee: Mrs. J B Harris of Atlanta: Mrs, W. 0 Crawford ol Chicago; Mil D F.
mits. letter of acceptance, agrees lion In regard to nit company"t participation in tht NMA recruitment medical,cart was a treqimnt topic of disruptions and presentations Graham of Atlanta: Mr. T. 0 Wnlkrt of Cincinnati: and Mi*. Feed Tuctft of Santa
Reactions are still dlsooura- ". ..not only (to) strive toward program .1 the nnvfntmn. Mnnira, Caiifrvnta

*I ing. Marines see nothing academic excellence,but must Jacksonville
be prepared to commit himself Liberia To Jesse Gavin TrialIs Beach
but frustration.Ona Blacksad I've Come This Far Is Title Adam Clayton
to aiding black student
that thesotdtershadbeea"doLag Black Seeks OfficeFor
> their thing". He said there programs during the second November
were fee fines or penalties. and third year commitmentship Of Southern Preacher's Book Preside At Powell Under the first time In the

He laughed when he spoke o f portion of fellowship N C 28 years of Ms life MIAMI-: Jesse James Gavin, history of Jacksonville Beacha
the Army's version! of the suggustedAtfo. period and, to the extent possible don't GREENSBORO know what the, future. -holds- "I Titled "I've Cone This Par" United Notions whose escapades and murderof IRS CheckingA Black for resident: Is a candidate

!! .ne serreaotcoo- thereafter/ for me Possibly a door will Rev. Williams'.book Is the first a PoUcemansetottasearcb: news release reveals that a municipal office.
tinned "It ain't an Afro ant In the coordination of black Into publication to come from Unity through the Southwest will Mrs Shirley T. Bennett of
open that will throw roe a Angle Brooks of Liberia has go Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Is 719
everybody knows It,especially student programs at Purdue, controversy..." Press, a new publishing firm In been elected p:" :sidant of the to trial In Miami on November reportedly being investigated Second Avenue South,
ns Africans". Dr. Carton is assisted by an With these words the Rev. Greensboro which will spe- United Nations Assembly andpresided 17. Gavin pleaded] Innocent to by the Internal Revenue Service houswife: has qualified for
Likewise has the clenched-fist advisory board of black stu- Frank Williams, Baptist min clause In.the writings of black over the opeulngsassloo a first degree murder.charge City Council Seat No. 2 In
'version ofeacebeenlnterpre' dents and a'coordinating committee uter and Negro leader of authors- both professional and Monday of slaying Miami police No House officials could the election of October *4.
of I faculty and staff Greensboro, ends a short but nonprofessional.Rev. Mrs. Bennett is the fourth
ted Into bias officer Ronald F,McLeon
members: event-filled account of the first Williams' booktells--InMs 'Miss Brooks, lawyer immediately verify the aces candlate for the post.
own simple languat -how challenged the assemblyto on May 7.
he to be converted to Gavin during the arraignment
came handle what she called a grad '
Christianity, how this conversion nil decline in the prestige of the smiled frequently. Seated behind 66 CADILLAC SEDAN, DEVILLE $2795
led Mm Into the ministry united Nations Miss Brooks him la the courtroomwas DOW$,ELECTRIC LIGHT OE""'?
and how 111.pastorat.Mount 41 and the second woman to pre the widow of the 30-year-old

from Zion! Baptist ISO to Church 1,30X1 members) has grown In aids The lawyer warnedth a t slain motorcycle officer The 67 EL DORADO................ 4595
four < sharp Issues lie ahead and that accused man had three court- HIT STEEHINO W IL CKUIS6 CONIROl<< 4 WAY lUI.CtlMAtI CONTROL -
years. the organisations' esteem 1 sin appointed attorneys. Be did ,AIR' CONDITION "1
The book also tells ota rather ,
"Ii- 0'
,not speak while In court. A '
She expressed hope
amazing evaneeU.UctourcUa- danger.
maica that Rev,William*made that her election would be Interpreted hearing on pre-trial motions 69 RAMBLER SST 2595
appearing before groups thathad ; u a measure of the will be Sept. 25., V. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONLN. ROWER STEERING( Ale, COCOA 1
never before seen a Negro role played by women. She Rev Abernathy.

American.Of to readers with a !wino formal opposition.'Gainesville 61 CHEVY II NOVA .?............... $1795
Gets Honors _'NAUIOMATlc.IONEUTUIING.'A CIO_tWA' *NI ., .<
bent for history will be a section *
of the book dealing with 61 BUICK 11 SABRE ......?. $7993
Rev. Williams'refusal testify In Minneapolis
In a criminal court In that his 61 CHIVIUI MAIIBU ......,.......?.???. $1795
testimony would have violated a MINNEAPOLIS' : Dr.Ralph David -, AUTOMATlc.'NONlOfOUHSTlurl.HUU, I ,
i confidence of members of his Abernathy wu added to a i
church. Because of Rev. WU GAINESVILLE, Flair Two list of outstanding speakerstt'theUnltedtatesCongreuoe 68 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX. 2995 -
lltms' refusal, and resultant Alachua County deputy sheriffs Alt CONDITION, AND ALL loll GOODIES THAT Io\AKI UP Toll GRAND
sentence for of are under suspension and I MIX'
10-day contempt Evangelism with Evangel at
court, North Carolina law was white and against Black youth each have other tiled as Billy Graham in charge. Aber- 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SH.CPI. v....;.,? S199 J ,.
changed to allow ministers, charges VI,AUTOMATICR.HPOWECSTumiNoAlCONDITION, '. ,,.
Y natty labeled as a racial ac
of a disturbance I ,
; %; ? priests and rabbis the right of In an northwest Gainesville. tlvlst, spoke presented nodes 61 CHEVROLET IMPALA Sy. COUPE ..............? $ rr9 I,
privileged communication. Vi.HIM,AUTOMATIC,fOWH SUIRINO .
Perhaps the most exciting Deputy John Strickland t I mindsandcoscludedthatprotest 1 "
t 4flLQ part of Rev Williams' storydeals white. Ulysses! Ruse Is Black,, groups will spring up U All 6y'FORDGALAXIES00, COND.VS.TOPCRI.AUTOMATICkWECEpIINORIN! : ;':; ;$1793'. 'I '.
with Ms experlne.1rI.ththe They havebeeasuspendedbe long u the Black man illICIt
In Ku Klux Man. His) home cause of "bed Judgment.' Th j, afforded his God-givenrlghtsi CUSTOM.61 PONTIAC AUTOMATIC TEMPEST:TlAHMIUION.POWER_'Tlf nNoTiuiW : $209J '
every sip charted with "over'. -,
was placed under virtual siege have The minister speclfleAthat "
; ; ,: of Seagram's V.O.-the by Klansmenanerhemovedlnto reacting to 'a .provoked situation. Congress \sk'ould ask, Toke Dealt Where Others Refuse

Smooth Canadian what had been previously all- ." JPresideotNizotto'ealf, an Credit Approved en,Spot.
i. v Lackey, white, wu I ; "
; whit neighborhood Larue end to the war; to call on the / '
Rev. Williams' book Is being! charted through ao affidavit; United Rations to admit Red .,
t offered for sale through Ms and I .ed by Leon of firearms.Scott of, reckles Lackey idisplay ,1 China, and to support the second R. S. EVANS (
other Negro churches, by mall cI the -
accused Scott of throw- chapter poor peoI I I
order from Unity Press, and la turn, at him during tin I pl.', campaign. Be said that T' :' '
r.eaoleoenuclei evaccexso nMsasmenunuweesslatuarsaIC. through radio and tat a rock 3rd &MAIN "f'
anionncemeits several televtslosi troubled afternoon. Ruse Is i L emphasis most be placed. oa I .
I broadcast stations,. veteran of 14 year*. Black and white.; EL4-MtlOf NTri.JJIFJin.44M2r

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I' John Hopkins. University Plans Courses To Develop Blacks For Leadership I


Five Year Program DesignedFor Minority Managerial Trainee Meredith' Organizes Group To Help

Blacks Save Money

Minority Group Training BALTIMORE-Civil Rights .worker James B. Meredith
'announced here that an organisation under his chairmanship

WASHINGTON-The: School of AdTancedlnternationalStadlei !has been formed to Improve the living conditions
of the John Hopkins black communities throughout the United States The Nat
Unlmslty has announced
to train minority a five-year program local Community Improvement Association, Inc., will attempt
groups graduate students for la
to eliminate permanently "the power and attitude
international relations. This SAB
plan will be
supported by a
'$100,000 grant from the Rockefeller Foundation 1T+' t RNr which are responsible. for the continued secoad.c 1 a II
in announcing the program, -- status of Negroes! Meredith held i news conference

the School's Dean, Francis 0. Terence Todman, to Chad. during a walk from Chicago to New York Aflrst object
Wiloxi, a former Secretary of "Our hope," says John Hopkins lve will be teaching Negroes how to save money and accumulate -
State, said that the grant Is Intended President Lincoln Gor wealth, Four years will be spent In farther

to Increase Black leadership don, former Assistant Secretary organizing.

in the U.S. Foreign of State and U.s. Ambassador h
Service, other Government },
to Brazil "Is that the
agencies, andloteroatlonalor.ganixatlcos program announced at SAtS

It will also help wjll help develop more Black NEW BRICK HOMES .
more representation Postgraduate students who will
In International become *"""""
distinguished leaders
business, Journalism, and in government service and Nip Afiilalli.
teaching international business."
Supplemented by a $50,000 GRAND PARK AND LINCOLN ESTATE, ,
appropriation from the Dr. Frederick Hall
School's own funds the pro- h hi Is I

gram will provide fellowships
for ten graduate students each Cited ByMethodists 215.00 Dm 60.00 Per Moth

year' starting with the fall Pds .

semester of 1970. Under The New Government 235" Program. This Program -
Located in the Nation's cap 1* dellgned for'' those people to buy A Home that

ital, SAIS offers a two-yeai have not been able'to afford one lathe. past ..
program leading to a degree .
of Master of Arts in International Dr. Frederick B. Hall, head FOR COMPLETE DETAILS CONTACT

Affairs. Black college of the music department, Dil-
graduates entering the lard university and former head HOUSE. SALES, INC. .
School will acquire oral and of music departments at South- .

written foreign fluency language in as at least well one as ern Alabama university State Baton university Rouge and, tro 3131 Diiisifli St. At! 20tb St. Eipnsswiy Or

Montgomery was signally hon- .
advanced training In economics 1; .iIh. m.-
ored by the National Fellowship Colt( Us At
International politics,and of Methodist Musicians FOUR MANAGEMENT trainees for B.F. Goodrich retail stores' "apprenticeship" in Philadelphia-area BFG store. They are

geographic In area studies. meeting In their biennial session join hands with Harvey Simpson(left),eastern regional manager- (left to right): Jesse Parker, 23, all of Philadelphia PMED 1*
addition to fellowships, at Mornlngslde college.He retail of the company's tire division, at "graduation" ceremonies (left to right): Jesse Parker, 25; James F. Cole 34; John L. 354.14&l
the Rockefeller grant will pro- Jackson, 26; and Steve Stevenson 23,all of Philadelphia PILED .
in Philadelphia. The men have just completed a new -- -
Tide funds to expand SAB's received the "Musician
is associated with Opportunltes Industrialization Centers of
recruitment efforts for minority the Year" award and cited 13-week training program designed to develop more BFG
was ,
America the nation' oldest training organization for
first to job How do
store managers from minority groups. They were the we
groups In order to make for service dedication and abil Negroes and other minority groups members, which is headedby '
enroll in the special"pre-tralning" program and were trained
Hall unable to be
them aware of the varied careers ity. Dr. was
the Rev Leon H. Sullivan Asecond consisting of 10
present to receive the award by B.F. Goodrich tire division and Progress Management andEconomic group
available to those with PMED for with the Negro trainees from Washington, Philadelphia, Boston Pittsburgh 2O on ?
advanced degrees in International and this was done by his wife, Development ( ) employment years top
afotirs. In the past Mrs. Mildred Hall, Dr. Hall company. They are now enrolled In the company's regular and Detroit, Is being formed
these students have shown Is a native of Atlanta retail management training program and are serving their Like this.

more Interest In careers In

law, medicine education, and New C om'.crJ.' ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIES Your food

urban affairs than lathe International to .
Since 1962,however,17 Black 1 SUNDAY
The .
students have enrolled at SAB t SYMPHONY DIRECTOR shows and commercials.
of Mr. and Mrs. George
and 8 have so far received
St. Louls- NPI .. Dr. William Spells of Los Angeles young She can do every
their M.A. degrees. 4 more .r ( ) In this age of rapid scientific -
have completed their first year t- L. Dawson, former director George will appear In such advance and keen competition thmgahumoncondoeMCepttolk .,
at SAB and will receive their : of music at 'Tu&kepe'InsUtute famous television"series as" It is Important that back, I,
degrees In June 1970. made his debut as "The Flying Nun, "Julia, children get a better-than- loiilt 700.
Recent Black SAB graduates r Jf' n guest conductor when he led "Bonanza" and "DanielBoone" average education. Many chil-
Screen Gems signed
are now with the First National St. Louis Symphony orchestra dren, however, take little Interest i
City Bank in Liberia, in an "Honor Night' concert George on the spot after an In school and as a result -
'JZp in Kiel Auditorium. The con- audition by Negro Press In. \
the Chase Manhattan Bank In they make a po scholastic -
Paris, the U.s. Foreign Ser- cert also featured a 100-voice ternational. showing. I

vice In the Malagasy Republicand / choir and several outstanding If this 1 11 the case with your II I

Thailand, with the Brook- soloists including Contralto GREAT ONE PASSES child it may be for reasons .
lags Institution Washington, -. Carol Brice of New York. MAHHASSET N.Y. (NPI).- you' doctor can discover and st. :"- /;' "
Scoey Mitchell,,the Now-generation comic, aecws as a dra Funeral services : --: : A =.l"
were con-
or are Fh.D.: Candidates In correct., Poor' school performance "
matic actor In Screen Gems' "Here Come 'The Brides" AIDS BUSINESSMEN ducted lutweekforSouth Caro I ."y.. .' J""J"
other leading U. S univer- be due to physical
sities.: ,*'' \', series premlering Friday September'at.r'P.M '(EDT) .- CHICAGONPIFamed lina-born folk singer Josh or emotional may disorders 'B' : M M *ff.J!.JI ,
ABC. Mitchell a sheriff in 1870 Seattle White who died at 61 early ,
Otheri are working with AID, over TV. portrays composer Duke Ellington and age or both. ,I ; '
.. last week while undergoing If you;think
Photo Screen Gems his orchestra were the star ,
USIA, and on Capitol Hill. The first things that shouldbe '
attraction at the second annual heart surgery White, one of I .1 raising
The Department of State began the great ones In the enter- checked are the child' : 'y4 _II without
an Equal Employment fund-raising dinner-dance of tainment business accomplished vision and hearing. Many a' mother
was an r ; I a
portunity program to recruit World News DigestMORE : the Free School of Business qultarltt and pur- child who has been brandedu I /. ,',' ; ,f easy, watch JohnForsythetryon

more minlorlty group careerists Management sponsored by the veyors of ballads blues, work mentally retarded has made ..' .1'1! { ,!
In 1963. At present,there TESTS Cosmopolitan Chamber of songs and spirituals. The son tremendous scholastic strides i To Rome with
are about 20 Black Foreign PARS-NPI--Even with Charles DeGaulle out of office, Commerce at the Sherman of a Baptist minister he wte one when defective vision or hearing J1 .I, l' lev*-730: .
Service officers In Washington France has not given up its dreams of becoming one of the House. The school Is financedby of the first folk-musicians to was corrected.One i.lli '(
and overseas. Efforts to leading nuclear powers of the world. The Defense ministry proceeds from the dinner appear In night clubs. boy of about nine year i I ,fd! 'K l1\ .

Increase this number are being disclosed last week that a second series of hydrogen bomb and other contributions REACTIVATIONLOS with normal speach,Yision and I I// i r:' : t .. I It

made through a special junior tests will be conducted the Pacific next summer purportedly ANGELES (NPI) -- hearing formerly a fair stu I ; ... .. .;.."...
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20 minority recruits a year nuclear weaponry. of RACER the management class. A brain wave test revealed i!!. ? .;
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confirmation They are Sam the government would dispel such. Last week, Sport Minister tion Breadbasket choir and The firm which seeks to represent right track. IL

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anniversary celebrations of the African Kingdom's Independence. expecting more the best Imitation, 6f "
David Thorn and John Bishop
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Argument LeadsTo competitions in tennis, in order to continue to be recognized Gospel Music Festival over the companion Tangerine Re- of his development. After all, Ed celebrates his 22nd I 'f'YbirthdaywithBorbro "
International games. the ABC TV Network last cord corporation; and Billy every boy can't be at the top I season and his 67th i "J ,l.
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liJ : South Carolina State Band Selected For Tournament Of Roses Parade

SC Stales Great Marchers ''Veteran CornerEDITOR'S BC Boosters' { For the[ Classic Washington Redskins Invite

authoritative NOTE answers: Below by are the Musicians To D.C. Nov. 30

Veterans Administration to

some of the many current ORANGEBURG,S.C. -The So nth Carolina State College Gar1 -
I questions from former ser net and Blue Marching 101 has been invited to participate
vicemen and their families. in the 1970 Tournament of Ron ts parade on New-Year's Day in
Further information on veterans Pasadena, Calif.
benefits may be obtainedat Clifford director burg's annual Christmas p a-
any VA office.' t rkY2.tdG I1C +e, of predominately Negro ,rade inwhtchthe Marching 101
Q: I Just got out of service college, acknowledged that the participated.
and plan to enter college this rbhet" institution received the invitation In Us article followlngday
fall under the G.I. Bill Do I and accepted it. Jones wrote: "TheSouthCaro-
j have to do anything to establish "We art elated receive the tins State College Band a Hired
that lam entitled to educational invitation. Itlsacompllment in nifty maroon and b 1 u e,
assistance from the u + v, I tt to the college and the level of marched by in time to band music
Veterans Administration? Or ? 1 excellence it is attempting t o that would have enchanted
will the school notify VA that : rx 'achlen/' said Watkins even such sophisticated activity
I'm a veteran and have enrolled -t "It further points up the fact as the Rose Bowl parade. One
for training? that our young people can do veteran observer marching
A: You should apply immediately some positive and creative bands noted that the sound 0{
to the VA regional office work. They have so often been the drum section alone would
where your records are accused of displaylngnegative have been enough to win thema
on file for a Certificate of actions towards society," h e place on national television
Eligibility. This certificate r t r. 'added. if the right person had been
will confirm your entitlementto "The Tournament of Roses present to hear them. The
G.I. Bill educational benefits parade is considered the grand State band particularly amused
The registrar at the college .z b -daddy of all parades and this some old soldiers in the press
should also be specifically : ti a fine honor to be selected as box area with some well-exe
I requested by you to notify one of 21 bands participate, cuted maneuvers that would
VA of your enrollment and the .t'r"y. especially when you think to have added to the old military

Aoove are member of the South Carolina State College Garnet amount of training you are v rt4 the number of bands there are handbooks."
and Blue Marching 101 band, one of the greatest In the country taking. l yrr in the UnltedStates which were The Washington Redskins of the
Q: Last summer when hrent to in National Football League have
This band has been In contention
great demand In sports areas and has
school under the G.L Bill I Y'a invited the S.C.State
travelled widely and extensively. The band has been Invited to Watkins also announced that marching
participate in the Tournament of Roses was confused by the hours the band has entered into afundraising aggregation to present a halftime -
shown on the attendance card. campaign in order show when the f-edsklns
I was only taklngthree semes- to pajrtnrtxpenses to the host the Los Angeles Rams
:Martin.. Luther King Circle ter hours, yet on the card It trip. Nov SO at D. C, Stadium.
showed 15. Why is this? The Idea of the Marching t Q1, Four years ago the, band
Of Friends A: Since summer school Is an Miss Laura Forms, National Secretary of the Bethune-Cookman Alumni Association, and Band participation in the Tour- was widely ,applauded tor Its
Gets Started Dr. Jones President of the Association are shown here as they display promotional
accelerated session payment nament of Roses parade originated showing In Washington, D.. C.,,
State and
I!' Is based on standard class material on the big Central Florida Class, a football struggle between Kentucky Paul for a Redskins' game. .
two with ,
NEW YORK years ago
:The Internation- or the Urban ..
Moller League, sessions rather than semester the Bethune Wildcats. Martin Gross PhotoGary's
,.al Circle of Friends for the Actor Caste Davis,Congress- _Jones, managing editor of the
.Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial woman Shirley Chisholm, bours. You bad 15 standard Times and Democrat, a n AIM Rattlers
I Center held their Duke Ellington Dr Ward Pig- calass sessionsperweek.However Mayor-Hatcher Lauds Atlanta Official To Orangeburg daily newspaper.
:"kick Oft"meeting for their man, and Gertrude McBron. to avoid confusion this Jones was covering Orange Promising
year toe card wm show the
first Fund Raising Project The I Resident of the New United College FundNEW
I recently at the Americana York or the Circle or actual semester hours You Motown For Festival Ghana Civilian Rul
Chapter Assist
will still be paid on the number . .
,Hotel; Friends is Miss. Linda Page. - - -- YORKNPIJosephH. ) \ At Practice
The Memorial Center will or standard class sessions GARY, IND.-Mayor Gordon Bobby Taylor, Bllnky (a 11 Taylor, former director, Back On OctoberACCRANPOEffective I' .
be erected on two sites in Hatcher, Chairman of theist Motown stars) and the Jackson Development and Public Relations TALLAHASSEE.Fla..-(FAMU)
Atlanta. One ,will be a permanent annual Gary InternationalFolk Five, a Gary-born group Atlanta University ( ) The Florida AIM University Rat
place of entombmentof The Sports ParadeFIGHTS and Art Festival, has. who are the proteges of Motown Center corporation, has been Oct. 1, Ghana will be returnedto tlers wound up their two-a-day
Dr King A Freedom Exhibition congratulated Motown Record star Diana Ross of the named national campaign director rule by aclvlllanadmlnlstratloo practice sessions Friday and
Hall, the Restored Corp., and President Supremes and whohavequlck- for the United Negro the first sincedeposei'I. Head Coach Jake Gaither was
,<. birthplace of Dr. King, and a OCT. 25 Berry Gordy, Jr., on his ly become one of the hottest College Fund. Be will lead President KwameNkrnmah well pleased with the team's
chapel in Ebenezer Baptist LONDON-(NPO-American) Jimmy Ellis' fight with Britisher "meaningful appreciation of acts in show business.Rev. the fund's new national campaign lost power in February,19 6 6. overall progress.
Church which was the lead Henry Cooper has been postponed from Sept. 2'1. to October activities that bring people Jesse Jackson's Opera to raise $7.5 million, The new prime minister will "This is the hardest working
er's home church.. 25, because of an Injury to Cooper's right knee. Ellis holds the together" tion Breadbasket Band and and will also direct local be Dr. Kofi A. Busts, himselfa bunch of boys we've had In a
The other site, near Atlanta World Boxing Association version of the heavyweight title,while Motown sponsored a Pop chorus, led by Ben Branch,' campaigns in 42 major cities former exile, whose P r ogress long time," he said.
.University will Include the Cooper is the former British champion. Rock Concert at Gilroy Stadium also donated their servicesand and hundred of smaller party woo a two-thirds Some of the players are still
Institute for Non Violent SIDELINED last Saturday night that were featured in the con communities. majority in the recent free electlons. overweight though, and Gaither
'E'( Social Change, an Institute DALLAS-NPI- Dallas Cowboys jetback Bob Hayes has provided the major financing Heading the opposition said the problem,' although relatively -
'j Museum of Afro American) been sldllned for at least a month after undergoing surgery fora for Festival Gary '69. cert.Also on the bill were the Education is an ex-Nkrumah figure, minor is getting some
'Life and Culture shoulder Injmy. Team physician Marvin Knight said the operation The Festival featured a Latin Firends of Distinction. Komla A. Gbedemah. attention from his staff.
The First Fund Raising Pro- was successful for the man considered be one of the Fiesta, a Masked Ball and exhibits "11 was a grand show," the Fullback James Owens of Lake
ject will be a' luncheon that world's fastest humans. He said Bob would have to take it easy of priceless art t r e a- Mayor said, "and it couldn'tbe Commissioner Urges YBS. City is well above his playing
will take place on November for at least a month. surest and a huge grand parade In support of better cause weight of 22S and halfbacks Al
9 at the Americana Hotel, at SALARY S TOPS leading to a weekend Jam"pMlk. as this helped to bring all our; Studies' On BlacksWASHINGTON.NPI)2The We All'TalkQUESTION Dixon and Hubert Ginn are considerably
.. ,,53rd Street and 7th Avenue. NEW YORK-(NPO--0.J. Simpson reportedly received the e4-wlth a wide variety of lively citizens together and demonstrated above their desired
The International Circle of most lucrative contract ever given a rookie since the merger folk and art activities. that by sharing out ( : What mightier,, weights of.IBS and 19S, respec-
j Friends will honor the Incomparable I, of the American and National Football Leagues in 1966, when Mayor Hatcher termed the heritages we can find both Identity addition of Black studies programs ,or m.ore powerfulthi wr1tteoor''1 1,"lively. K
;;{ Dr. Eva Jessye, con he signed for $215,000 in salary and a $100,000 loan with the weekend festivities an opportunity and unity." to the curriculum of spoken word?-..Mrs' H.L. Nontheless GaIther still smiles
ductor of the "Eva Jessye Buffalo Bills. The Bills highly reputed running back Is said to for people of all public schools during the coming ANSWER: Although it has when talking about his running
Choir,' George Gershwin appointed be working under a four-year no-cut deal, which also carries races and backgrounds t 0 Penn U, InvestigatedFor year has been urged by been said that the pen is mightier backs."We have three good fullbacks
her choral directorfor performances clauses that could give him u additional$25,000. come together around enjoy- VS. Education Commissioner than the spoken word, I and they all have 'plenty
Porgy and Bess. She is a GETS BINCWASHINGTON ment of the arts, both ancient James Allen, as well as other would add that the spoken word of speed," he said. Fred War
product of Westein University *-(NPI--The new Washington Capitols of the and modern; and folk activities Race ethnic studies "where appro- Is mightier than the written ren ($-11. 193)) of Miami, Doug
and of Langston University -. American Basketball association announced last week that they both traditional and con- priateHe theorized ,lna Davis ((5.10, 208)) of Delray and
., Some of the honorary have signed Detroit Pistons star David Blngtoa two-year contract temporaty. We are all proud of DiscriminationPHILADELPHIANPIA special message to chief state one.More people were swayed by Owens drew Caliber's praise.
chairman are; Mrs. John but said the 6-foot-2 guard probably will play for Detroit our separate and distinct backgrounds school officials across the nation the spell of Hitler's speechesthan Dixon, Alachua, and Ginn, Savannah
again this season Earl Foreman owner of the Caps said the and in sharing that that "Education leaders by Vein Kampf.His voice Ga., were also noted as
I! National Basketball association star would switch to the ABA as pride with one another we prove probe has been instituted b y have an obligation to confront mesmerized a nation. Peoplecan standouts in drills.
j soon as it legally possible, No salary terms were disclosed. how much of our strength is the Department of H e a 11 h, the Issues which underlie unrest thank God that Winston In the two-a-day sessions the
Read The COMBINED TALENTS drawn from our variety" Education and Welfare into and to plan actions which Churchill had superior oratorical Rattlers were working hard on
MONTGOMERY, ALA.-(NPI)--Memoers of the choir and band Festival activities and events federal financial aid given by reduce avoidable tensions in powers to spur and fundamentals and new offensiveand
FLORIDA STAR of Alabama State university have combined their talents to pro- ranged from exotic ethnic cookery the University Pennsylvaniato their school districts. encourage another nation to defensive plays in additionto
duce two "outstanding" long-playing albums of excerpts from to a regional art fair;from the Society of African and Malcolm X withstand him. History full the speclalties.-placeklcklng
the works of several great artists, Including Handel's a symphony to the Motown Concert Afro'American students, of great leaders who had a and punting.
'Weekly "Messiah The band, called the "Marching Horne",' launder ; from an art treasures against whites. The Invest! Dual Operation master's command of their Ace placeklcker Horace Lovett
the direction of Tom Lyle, while Dr. Otis D. Simmons directs exhibit that included Picasso gallon began several months musical instruments (vocal has been held out of the drills
I the choir. Monet Rodin. Renoir and ago whena white students com- CHICAGO-(NPI"Pendln C machines): Franklin Roosevelt recently because of headaches.
Vatican owned examples of plained that the school was In the completion of a new $21 Mussolini, John F, Kennedy He presently Is undergoing a
2,000 year old art and middle violation of the Civil RightsAct million edifice, Malcolm X Fidel Castro Mayor U- series of examinations
European folk dancing. 1964indollngout$2,100 .college of the Chicago City Guardia, and the list stretches Johnny Champion, a second year
F "All this was made possible in 1968 and $4,000 In 1967 to college system, has split its on to include the late Martin back from Gary, Ind., has been
Smoothprediction by Berry Gotdy, Jr., and the black student group, activities in two and is housing Luther King, Jr. working hard on his placeklcklng
t the Motown artistswhowaived though not directly them in two separate The voice cannot be the all game in Lovett's absence and
their fees and put on a great OLD CRABS buildings. The aclmlnistratlYlornces in all, for there has to be the Gaither said the 11-3, no.pound-
show to support the Festival KinK i'ruh,, link tin Atomic Akwith <> will be in the former educated mind behind the educated er is looking good Dewitt Anderson -
financially tht Mayor said. the primeval world Tluv Loyola Dental school building, speech mechanism. ((6-2, 200) from Gainesville
The POP-Roct Concert fea arc among. tin uldixt. in the alter
ma oil w>mot <
hired Martha Reeves and their early nh'mllnrnri... set in the former Garfield said, "You can identify an for his role as the team's
the Vandellas, the Originals, have IMVUIUP finmiln. | school building educated man by three distinctive leading punter.Defensively .
marks his ability to freshmen Cornell
Lorillard ANNOUNCES Big Wheels Sweepstakes' think, his ability to write Boyd, Mays Monroe and Albert
and his ability to speak." Stevens stole the spotlight. The
: r READERS: For my free public three linemen were cited for
speaking pamphlet, send ther hustle and aggressiveness. '
two stamps and a long business The Rattlers started Monday
8 self-stressed envelope with one-a-day drills which will
i&- to M.H. Boulware Florida continue until their season's o-
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United States servicemen participating. Five Corvette Stlnj-Ray convertibles win be given SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS e
away, in addition. to 1,105 other first prises. One hundred Harley-Davldsoa "M 5 Sport" CALLED FOR AND; :'.
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Racer watches Any active and retired members of the Armed Forces and Bettors of
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I Crowd Expected- At Florida Football Classic Between BCC And Kv.. StateI I

Guilder Scores New Football Hutson, Grange SC's Benjamin The Man To Watch Tangerine Bowl In Orknfo

Ruling. On 'Busting The Ball' And Nagurski Lead i :>' ', .:\ !,:: ., To Be Scene Of "Revenge"

completely harmless act and it
A.S. "Jake" dither of Florida happens after a touchdown is All AmericansNEW .R;;:' \( The most talked about football game on the Bethme-Cookoaji
schedule 1s the"Central Florida Classic",a B-CC
has for ., College
AIM University no use scored \ ,
and the play is dead '
the new college football rule disallowing anyway YORK- Don Hntson, Bed Granger and Bronco Nagurski State' Thoroughbreds In Orlando's Tangerine Bowl,
"busting the ball" after !
unfair, tool" dither con were the top college football I October u :ai: IIW
a touchdown tinued. A team will get a 15- players of all time, according to p.m. many recreational educational -
The classic was organized
The act -- slamming the pigskin yard for of ,
penalty busting the ball entertainment faculties. -
a poll of more than ZOO distinguished B-CC
11 during a
to the turf in apparent excitement January
after "
a play is completed but .
ell rent and former '.
I: Alumni in Daytona
by the player scoringthe only five yards for defensive coaches which named College ;; The B-CC Wildcat win be
Beach The campaign under
TD -- originated at FAMU holding when the ball is still in Football's All Time All-' seeking revenge from Kentucky -
direction of Dr. Johnny
during the reign of GaIther tad play It Just doesn't make sense." America team. the Thoroughbreds according
was later carried to the piofesslooal For many years "busting the The poll, appearing the current Jones, National created President interest Hall hasalreaoy to Headcoach! Jack Me'
ranks by the late Willie ball" was a trademark of FAMU Issue of SPORT Magazine, gives Clalren. Last year B-CC lost
Gat pore of F A M U and and one didn't have to wonder Hutson mention on 78% of the "- Florida chapters states.and groups Dr. a squeaker 2019. McColm
In surrounding
Chicago Bears tame. aboui the alma mater of a professional ballots, Nagurski on 76%, and District Director tired a two point conversion
''The new rule makes no sense player if he busted one Grange on 69%. Also named to Jones for a win rathe/ than a tie
at all,' said -dither. 'It's a after crossing the goal line. the top 22 were contemporary North Central schools District of Miami, secondary said with 30 seconds remaining la

It even filtered down into the stars 0.1. Simpson, Dick But-, in a recent meeting"I am convinced a hard fought game "It was
high school ranks but was looked.kus and Tommy Nobis. the first game between the two
Miles ( the contest bring us
College upon with an unfavorable eye by The top vote-getter in the poll'!' closer u a group I can almost schools.
high school officials and often a was Hutson, the spectacular end: "Fans Interestedlnpurchas
predict a sellout" The president -
Gets Ocie BrownAs high school player was given a from Alabama ((1934). The other' also said the Central ing advanced tickets can con
stiff warning if he slammed down wings named were Leon Bart Florida Classic will be an tact the nearest B-CC Alumni
Coach the ball after a touchdown. (Notre Dame 1934)), Beanie annual event. chapter president,"according
But It was flashy and it showed Oosterbaan (Michlgan-1927)) and The Classic weekend will begin to Dr. Jones.
Dr. Thomas J. (Mule) Knox, "class' -- which was Interpret- Harold "Brick" Mailer (Call- Friday at 5:00 a
athletic director at Miles College ,. ed by many as cockiness In fornia-1922)). hospitality hour: in p.m.Pent- Floyd Patterson
announces the appointment: truth it was only a colorful display Grange (Ullnols-1925)),the leading house Suite, Statler-Hllton
of Ocie Brown as head football of confidence, the kind of vote-getter among the backs, 1t k Inn Later In the evening at Stars In Daniel
coach confidence shown by all dither was Joined by Jim Thorpe (Carlisle 10:00: p.m., Miss Central
A graduate of Wenonah High coached teams. -1912)),Sammy Bnp (TCU- Florida Classic will be crowned Boone DramaFloyd
School, Brown earned his BS. Thus, a Rattler trademark is 1936)), Simpson (USC 1968), during a special coronation
Degree at Miles College, where gone "It is one of the adjustments Ernie Nevers (Stanford 1925)), In the Statler-Hllton Penthouse Patterson, guest-atari!
he majored in Physical Educa- we'll have to make," dl Jim Brown (syracuse 1956). The game will be pre- "The Road to Freedon/dramain
tion and Natural Science. He is ther said. Tom Harmon (Michigan 1940 ceded by a gala parade at 12 which Israel Boone Darby(
presently working toward the And the many Rattler fans not and Doak Walker (SMU-1949)). a 3! noon in downtown Orlando.The Hlnton) Is instrumental In the
master's degree from the University aware of the rules change will Negurskl (Minnesota 1929)), alumni and friends will gatherat escape and eventual release from
.of Monte- be suprlsed when a FAMUplayer the only man to receive a significant 3:00: p.m for a hospitality bondage ci a slave and his son,01
vallo,Alabama; doesn't bust It after scoring, number of votes at two r ,1, hour and soul pot dinner at the NBC Television Network's
Brown was head football and but they will be even more surprised -positions: actually won out both Statler. "Daniel Boone' Thursday, Oct.
basketball coach at J.S. Abrams if he does, wondering why at tackle and at fullback. However Kickoff time it 8 p.m. A 2 (in color, :30-8:30: p.m. PDT;
High School, Bessemer,Alabama their team is kicking off from. he was placed at tackle classic victory dance Is 6:30-7:30 p.m. CDT). Jim Davis
for four years. While there he their own 23 Instead of the 40. .alongside Leo Nomellini (Minnesota scheduled at 10:30 p.m. in the and George Spell alsofmst-star.
compiled in football a record of Bears 1949), Wilbur "Fats' George Hill (Patterson) and his
Chicago final
Beokamin South Carolina State's sensational lefthanded quarterback Is shown here Ins Exposition Hall.
26 wins, 6 losts. and 5 ties. In Henry (Washington 6 Jefferson Blrto meeting will be Sunday mornIng son, Jimmy (Spell) are fleeing
he selected U the Connor readied pose. In seven games last season Benjamin threw 14 touchdown passes and scored from slave tader Rate Carson
1968, was Release 1919)) and George (Holy
Famous October 12th a 8
"Coacb of the Year" by the Cross/Notre Dame-1947)). eight on the ground He is one to watch. Re will call the signals this year. Benjamin stepped following (Davis) and his henchmen, Crane
Birmingham Grid Forecasters. The outstanding guards,according in after the team had lost Its first two games. From Orlando, the 6-0 Dash provided the a.m. Alumni Breakfast. Hawkins and Iud Baker (Roy
Major Hazelton ;spark the Bulldogs needed to win their remaining seven. He was named the Back-of-the- The game has been sanctioned
Brown played the position of to the SPORT poll, were Bob Jenson and John Milford). The
Miles from Hazelton second Week when be threw four touchdown passes in the rain and mud against Morris Brown by the by the Orlando Cham- when .
halfback for College Major year Sutfridge: (Tennessee 1940)), ber of Commerce and city Rills are separated Jimmyis
1956 to 1960. At Miles he was defensive back from Bartow,Fla. William "Pudge1 Heffelfinger South Carolina Sports Writers Association, marking the first time an athlete from South Carl T. swept toward a waterfall.
officials. Mayor Lang-
."all conference" for two years has been released by Chicago (Yale-1890)), Jim Parker (Ohio Carolina State College received such an honor ford in a letter to the B-CC Israel and his friend, Ben (War

and carries the honor of having Bears. Their roster has been ;State-1956)) and Tommy Nobls __ _. Alumni said "Orlando's city ren Vanders), who are fishing
gained imorel yardage than any cut to 39Hatelton. (Texas-1965)). MAYS'u RIBBItS council welcomes you. Or- while Daniel Boone (series star
of is former star of the Ellis And Cooper Fight Fess Parker Is out trapping
other halfback in the history a In the center and linebacker Willie Mays, who ranks thin d 1 lando is a city with new )
the school. Bartow Union Academy and of the category, Chuck Bednarik (Penn on the National League's all. vitality In every aspect and pull to boy to safety Ben! finds
to Yvonne Som- Florida A4M Rattlers. He For Sept 27 Called Off bides !him and leads the
He is married was 1948) and Dick Butkus (Illinois time runs batted in list,,, you cordially are invited toi George,
merville Brown and has a daugh- eliminated because. of roster 1964)were the choices Jimmy EUlf andBrltonHerury his right knee In training has never led the league in RBIi .remain after the game to avail slavers on a false trail while
ter Sonya Denise Brown changes And the man chosen in.theSPORT will not on Israel helps Jimmy escape
Cooper fight Sep61ils I. World Boning Auo- according to an article in Uu i yourself of the community's
survey u the greatest coach of tember 27, u scheduled
current issue of SPORT
elation heav weight champion. Magazine
ALL Time was Knute Rockne. Cooper suffered an Injury to I .
whose great Notre Dame teams

Unwind. .. I dominated the game from 1S18
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on your bead now when you get jjajj'i'r
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On Urban Affairs At Grace
World Of
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STEPTOE; Published by EAR.
Offers A course In PER AND ROW, New York;
12 pp Hardcover, $3.50.
'Stevle' is a heart warming
GRAPHIC ARTS story of a young Black chap,
Robert, who shares his home
briefly with a younger child.
r s', ,r,'., ,,, Varityping Tape Recommended for small fry,
ages 4-8 years, the author
cboronlcles a very lifelike

Headliner Composition manner, the obvious Jealousy
,00 the part of Robert, who
AUtOMAHC 00 wishes to share neither his
;' mother nor his toyswltbStevle. -

w For Those Who Qualify In his typical mother's childlike statement reactionto a-
rII -
rA bout a little friend coming to

) stay at his house, Robert's
Grace Church
-w second question after finding Baptist wlllcel-
FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT -6 out "who' was coming, is ebrate Men's Day Sunday,
"For how long" Sept. 28, with programs dur

p_.________, After Training Period KODAK'S EXHIBIT at the recent National Urban League- Conference la Washington! D.C. The author takes you through ing the day. Rev.George Priceof
was the meeting plae for" Kenneth: D. Howard (left), director of urban affairs for Eastman Robert's moments of anguish, St. Matthews Baptist will
Kodak Company; Harold Mars (center), president and general manager of Camura, as little Stevie turns out to be speak In the morning. Rev
REQUIREMENTS: MUST TYPE 50 WO.DS> PER MINUTE, OVER 19 YRS Inc; and Dr William Knox of Kodak Research Laboratories and a board member of the what he termed, "nothing buta C.B. Dailey will speak loth j

Rochester Urban League, Inc., Mars, a featured speaker at the conference, discussed his pest," "all the time getting evening service Deacon Na-
business which was started with the cooperation of the Rochester Urban in the with his old thaniel Dabis is chairman.Rev. .
Apply FLORIDA STAR 2323 Mucriet' HI. Heir 13th. St. camera repair way spoiled
League Inc., Kodak, and Rochester Business Opportuntles Corporation (RBOC). KodakIs self." John A. Payne Is pas'tor
The exhibit featured pictures of RBOCassisted businesses Rev. Payne will introduce -.
Camura's largest cust>mer. The language in the book 1 s
and other programs sponsored or supported by Kodak.that's that with which most children both principal speakers.

-. -. ..-. '0 can Identify --Black or white. Mrs. Maude
"One time when my daddy was Pooler

havin' company, I was j Just
Guinyard Service slttln' behind the couch Just Hostess For

llstenln' to them talk and make

Center And Activities Jokes and drink beer. And I Saving ClubMrs.
wasn't makln' no noise. They
". rI CONTINUED FROM PACE' 1, didn't even know I was there
Maude Pooler of 2004
Then here comes Stevie with
Fairfax was hostess for the
Y.UC.A, offering servicein 8 to 9:30 and Sat- his old loud self. Then when
a m : p.m. Christian Community Saving
Christian principles, fellowship father heard him, he yelled -
Busch: my
baby urday 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. Club last Wednesday night at
:. Gateway and Girls health Scout activities Council,; Advisory Board members me Just and'cause told me go up" the spacious horn of Rev.and
chosen Jerome
recently are: ,
Mrs. 0 T Green on Trenton
counsel for adults When little Stevie back
"And I'm telling it like it is. People today are movingon offering Jackson, president; Robert L. goes Drive South.Luncheon .
working as volunteers; Camp C. Williams first vice to live with his own parents,
up-reaching out for the best. And the best is Busch. Fire Girls, for girls seven ident John H.Jackson,second press Robert realizes hemlsseshlm. war served. Sev
eral of the of
members the
The through! 17; Y.W.C.A, Blue vice "He was a mice little guy..?
brewed virgin
with hops.
j Premium costly barley, president; Beverly Nightingale Club were present
Triangle, Y Teens, Y Wives kinda like a little brother,Uttle
only popular-priced beer in America with brewed car- and Stanton Senior High Y secretary; LawrenceV. Stevie." namely Mrs. Thomas Fexlx,
Jones; treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. Alice Tolbert Mrs. ,,
,. bonation (our own special way of putting fine bubblesin Teen Club; Child Services Department Homer Miller, chaplain Illustrated magnificently 1 n rietta Iagrand.AllenJoyedthe.meeting. Hens.
services full
beer in America? That's protective Committee Chairmen are: color"Stevie'IsSteptoe'sfirst .
beer). The best popular-priced family counseling'and after Educationand book, and based In parton Mrs. Pooler Is a
Monsolee T. Davis,
member of the
Busch, baby. And we can prove it." care services to children to Health; Julian Walton,Jr.,' his own chllfhood ex- NightingaleClub.
I.' 17 years of age; Florida State Recreation Mrs. Erles John- periences. The book was published -
; Look for the special Rosko display wherever you buy beer. Employment Bureau, for ages son, Youth; Development and this month, Just priorto Evangelist Burt At
18 and over; Veterans Ser- Entertainment; Mrs. Caretha the! author's 19th birthday.
tf vice service and counsel to the oldest
i iI Swift,' Beautification; Mrs. Steptoe, of four
I BUSCH.from Anhui r-Butch, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. US vets; Jacksonville Urban Oliver Brown, Senior Citizens children, resides in the Bed- Blessed Martin
League; Florida Junior Col- Activities All meetings are ford Stuyvesant area of New
/ lege, 1IIfo.malion on basic ed-, York and Is a native of Brook- Evangelist Gloria Burt Will
to the public.
'\!' ucatlon, short courses for day open The Advisory BoardwUl consult lyn. speJt Sunday, Sept. 28, at 3
I I and evening classes; Legal and advise with Guinyard He is quoted on the cover assaying pm. at the Blessed Martin
,} Aid Association of Jacksonville ; "I am a painter and Love and Charity Spiritual
and Gordon Sprage of the Department -
offering free legal aid of Parks.Committee not yet an artist. I don't Just Temple, 2345 Stuart. Bishop
l to Indlgents. members: are Mrs. Mary L. happen to be Black, I a 1 s o P.G. Zachary will speak at
i Concentrated Employment Dempsey, Mrs. Alicia Beaty, happen to have the ambitionof 8 p.m. All are invited.
Program, offering advice and being a fine painter This
Mrs. Marion Walker, Junius Stu'GiIIill
help to unemployed;Boyscoutsof rJones and Allen Burkhalter is the beginning of my life l,
America, North Florida Others and this book is one of the
will be added at the
Council, emphasis placed on next meeting. The Center is things that happened to me so'

bus recruiting boys, and placing located at 6th and Payne, 1093 far,"
them hi units. _
us existing West Sixth Street
J' f a U /auuAa tuwwt Florida Department of Pub-
tic Welfare' and mental health THE ELDERLY

Duval Board of Public Instruction Pantyhose Great And Not limit ago. mention of nn
advice and classes urandpu or treat aunt' Mm conjurt'd -
,. I In and education To Wash 1111| vinicirm of Ix-nl fluurwT\
primary secondary -
( d u uxfxd axow Easy Hiiirchinu the ground afoot for r \
) vocational trainingand each step| .
secondary education, vocational GIRDLES SNAP BACK.
itL training and adult education Pantyhose are popular because
programs.And they are so easy to wear and to In Memoriam
wash. Now a new girdle fabricIs
, the 4-H Club of Jacksonville -
being Introduced which givesa
a recruiter for other
:7 smooth contour and holds
: agencies.
stocking without garters. It
Guinyard said the Center Is ;f
should win the approval of aIn
available toconuiunity organizations -
women, especially when greater
teas DAYTIME GUEST-ComlcSttr
for meetings ,
Is needed
support than that
'r'' demonstrations, etc He has provided by pantyhose. Gllllam Joins the list of guest-
expressed hope that Jason stars appearing on NBCTV's'weekday
7 9 n A. ;\ ;t"H' 'will take advantage of the ser- Lycra provides comfortable game show, "The
control but natural rubber Is
ri::>" vices offered. For reserva- superior, for gripping hose. Hollywood Squares,"Sept.29-'
ft; ; tions call 3539021. The Cent Oct. 3 (n color, :JO-llam
"" ter will be open six days a (Made byt George C. Moore POT I> COT; 11.30: a.m. 12
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: week, Monday through Friday, Co., Westerly t. R.I.!, 02891) Noun EDT.)
"r'" '
j j'QnfJ" Apt. Fir licit .

,ELECTRONIC SICKNESS Near Shopping Center and
Bus Line. Phone 354.4049.
4fy i CURED REASONABLYProfessional No Children.

:J u I h Repair Service
On B It W,fc Color
r j J
Gortwln 531 > 1.1,. Rm.
Stereo Hi Fi. Anything Electronic, Incl. SOLID STATE
Kit. Bd Room
loving memory of our hus- Prlv Bath
',REBUILT USED TV's $20 TO $10 band andfatherListnR.Burns' Elec. t Water Furn. Conv.
Sr., who passed this life Sept. to Bus 17.50 3846112. ''
HOME CALL $3 COLOR $7 ESTIMATES$ $1 25, 1967. Asleep'Won tomor.rov ;

FREE TECHNICAL ADVICE '* when daylight breaks and FDIN. APT. FOR RENT t
5 we shall meet. Yon made our
jjf .ClI,1 J
burden lighter,lifted our loads Thomas St. 2954' 3 rms.
.of care, cheered us when we Prlv. Bath. Elec.: t Water
were weary, smiled in life's Furn. Conv. to Bus. 16.50
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did come, and when you were

tired yon lay down to sleep. FOR SALE BY DINER
We miss you but our lives, ,
are such much fuller because ,3 Bedrooms Gangs
I God loaned you to us to love. Owner will finance after small

Sign: Mrs. Catherine Burns, down payment. Call 351-6746

wife; Listen R. Burns, Jr.,
and Kenneth Burns, son and
il'. xmarl In Jax Urs. Herbert Alexander, FOR SALE
xfiup a I

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